Environmental Madness (XIII)

Evo Morales

Chapter V Egregious Environmentalists Disclose their Goals: Socialism, Miserabilism, Totalitarianism, and Communism After hearing  the scientists and other personalities contesting man-made global warming, we will transcribe below what the environmentalists themselves say about their ideological goals. As will become clear, they are Reds camouflaged in Green. The ideological positions of many of these characters and

Environmental Madness (XII)

6. Environmentalism: Worldwide Propaganda for a Neo-Communist Sect “The Left have been slightly disoriented by the manifest failure of socialism and indeed even more so of Communism, as it was tried out – and therefore they still remain as anti-Capitalist as they were, but they had to find a new guise for their anti-Capitalism” –

Environmental Madness (XI)

Lord Monckton of Brenchley

4. Distortions and Fraud in IPCC Reports “Climate modeling is not climate science, it is computerized Tinker-Toys with which one can construct any outcome he chooses” – James Peden, Atmospheric Physicist, worked at the Space Research and Coordination Center in Pittsburgh. “There is no rational justification for using climate model forecasts to determine public policy”

For an Evidence-based Climate Agenda and the Real Interests of Society

Open letter to the Minister of the Environment, Ricardo Salles Your Excellency:  The views you have expressed in several interviews before and after assuming the Ministry of the Environment (MMA) reinforce expectations that your term in office may represent a decisive turning point in the orientation of Brazilian environmental policy toward tackling the real problems

Environmental Madness (I)

Radical Ecology, a Trojan Horse of the Left for Brazil and the World The huge wooden horse given by the Greeks to their Trojans enemies became the legendary Trojan Horse. Ostensibly a gift, it was actually a ruse. Once inside the enemy city, the warriors hidden inside the artifact slipped out during the night to

The Amazon Synod and the Vatican’s Radical Environmentalism

People concerned with the threat of radical environmentalism would be mistaken to assume that the Catholic Church’s upcoming Amazon Synod of Bishops, to be held in Rome in October 2019, is an internal affair dealing with pastoral matters. On the contrary, it will be a laboratory of ecological activism that promises, in the Vatican’s own