Saturday, April 26, 2008

Global Warming: Don’t Believe The Hype

Thomas Malthus continues influencing world history despite the fact he has been dead for over 170 years. Besides giving rationale for the rise of Communism and Darwinism, his ideas continue to be used by today’s political elite to arouse hysteria of worldwide cataclysmic scenarios in order to justify the advance of their radical, socialistic agendas.

When we forget history, we inevitably repeat it:

Malthus continues to have considerable influence to this day. One famous recent example of this is Paul R. Ehrlich, author of The Population Bomb. Ehrlich predicted, in the late 1960s, that hundreds of millions would die from a coming overpopulation crisis in the 1970s, and that by 1980 life expectancy in the United States would be only 42 years. Other famous examples are the 1972 book The Limits to Growth from the self-styled Club of Rome, and the Global 2000 report to the then President of the United States of America Jimmy Carter. Science fiction author Isaac Asimov issued many appeals for population control reflecting the perspective articulated by people from Thomas Malthus through Paul R. Ehrlich.
As someone who has creditials in this field, let me tell you that so-called Global Warming is just the latest hysteria that simply serves as a Trojan Horse to fulfill a leftist, socialist agenda in this country and around the world. You know the saying, “If you burn me once, shame on you, if you burn me twice, shame on me." This goes for you too. So, don’t believe the hype!

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