“Save The Planet”? When Those That See Human Development As Evil, Thwart Western Economic Growth – Who Are We Saving It For?
The Story of How Ecology Became More Important That Economy
By Richard Ravarino
“Save The Planet” – The nobel cry of our age. An age when unemployment soars and government promises solutions to put us back to work, why can’t they? Could it be that a cabal of Green-Eco-Fascist-Extremists have stymied all development in this country? Could it be they are making it impossible for business to grow? Could it be that the private sector is suffocating under the weight of a mountain of red tape, brought about by an out of control environmental lobby, that stifles any impulse to create new projects that could actually “green the Earth” or create sustainable jobs built on REAL economy, not government bureaucracy?
As the environmental movement continues to attack, demonize and tax CO2 (which actually makes up half of the cycle sustaining life on this planet), real projects that could grow our infrastructure and “green” our deserts and plains, are put on permanent hold. Meanwhile, plans to expand our liveable world are tied up in endless bureaucratic red tape and congressional debate over these projects environmental impact. All the while, we pretend to care more about two-inch minnows, than we do about the fellow members of our own race.
Further, we will take a deep look at the United Nation’s “Agenda 21” http://richsilverlinings.com/saving-the-planet-but-for-whos-benefit-the-insidious-story-of-agenda-21/ policy, which has locked down development in most Western Countries while allowing Asia and South/Central America to flourish while the U.S., African, Australian and European economies are shut down.
Taking a look back at contemporary American history we will see a massive program proposed in the 1960’s and promoted by President John F. Kennedy and Utah Senator Frank E. Moss called NAWAPA: The North American Water And Power Alliance. A program meant to be the Tennessee Valley Authority project of our generation. Although as the Vietnam war escalated – blowing up a foreign country to stop Communism, became more important than providing drinkable water to the Western half of our country. This will be a mistake that will kill or displace millions in the coming generation, while others capitalize on this water shortage and make billions, it is time to ask yourself, “What is economy?”
Next, we will take a look at the Malthusian lie of overpopulation. From pointing out the obvious (if you have the brains to look at an Atlas and calculate human population vs. actual world landmass), you would find that every man, woman and child on the planet could each be given 100 acres (all seven billion of us) and our population would only fill the continent of Africa. Responsible ecological management aside. . . Myths of “sustainability” are really just excuses – For when through the force of government, Fortune 500 companies come to take your land, in the Fascist totalitarian controlled New World Order.
And finally, the subversion of Christian culture and religion in the West. . . As Islam is both held up as superior (by the Left) and yet demonized (by the Right) at the same time. Where is this going? What are the implications? Why did Christ the Redeemer suddenly turn green this year at the International Earth Summit, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil? Could this mark the beginning of a new world religion – possibly a religion of paganistic Gaia worship? Does this merely mark a revolution, where we bring back a much older religion that predates any of our current ones? And while world leaders, decide our futures from behind closed doors at this climate conference, we must ask ourselves, what policies will be formed there? Could this conference lead to the largest new tax in our lifetimes? And read the report of Dr. Michael Coffman, former United Nations advisor on ecological sustainability, until he figured out this was all about a corporate coup against National Governments worldwide.
With that, we will start this series here tomorrow taking a closer look at a microcosm of the big picture here, as we examine the story of a 400 mile long , 100 mile wide stretch of land, in California’s central valley known as “America’s bread basket”.