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Monday, May 12, 2008

Environmentalists Advocate Genocide

( - "May we live long and die out" is the unofficial motto of a new movement that seeks to improve the Earth's ecosystem by ensuring that the human species does not survive.

The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement, or VHEMT, consists of volunteers who have made active life decisions to remain childless for the benefit of the Earth, thereby preventing the extinction of millions of species of plants and animals....

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THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: The writing as been on the wall for decades. When you look at the following, we all should have seen it coming....
  1. wide availability of artificial birth-control and how it's pushed on children in public schools,
  2. legalization and public funding of abortion-on-demand,
  3. one-child policy of nations like China,
  4. a virtually nonexistent birthrate among Europeans,
  5. and the falling birthrate among Americans and Canadians.  
It was just a matter of time before it would come to this. At the heart of the radical environmentalist movement is a message of genocide - the voluntary self-annihilation of the human race.  To be a good steward of "mother earth" we should all just die!  The people who advocate this might actually be funny, if they didn't have so much political power.  Right now the radical environmentalists have got a virtual choke hold on the U.S. Congress, as well as many state legislatures.  The policies they push are already contributing to the starvation of millions of people.  For example...
  1. Environmentalists have pressured the U.S. Congress to pass laws restricting any new drilling for oil on American soil.
  2. Environmentalists has pressured the U.S. Congress to pass strict regulations limiting the amount of oil refineries can produce.
  3. As a result, the United States has become almost totally dependent on foreign oil.
  4. As foreign oil sources tighten their grip on the market, the price of oil goes up.
  5. As the price of oil goes up, so does the price of everything else, including food.
  6. Thus poor people in the third-world starve.
  7. The increased price of oil causes industrialized nations (like the United States) to invest in biofuels.
  8. Biofuels consume farmland, and restrict the amount of food that can be produced, thus driving the price of food up higher.
  9. So more poor people in the third-world starve.
  10. To correct all of these problems, which extreme environmentalists ultimately created, thy offer us a solution -- voluntary genocide.
Will this madness ever cease!  When (if ever) will our government finally wake up to the hoax these environmentalist hucksters have been pulling over on us?  I haven't even begun to touch on the farce of "man-made global warming."

In contrast, the words of Pope Benedict XVI ring out with such clarity. (read more here) The pontiff advocates a more reasonable and compassionate form of environmentalism.  (Perhaps we should just call it "conservationism.")  In the pope's version, changes are made in our daily lives to conserve energy and find new ways of making energy, but NOT at the expense of hurting people.  (Or advocating self-genocide!)  The effects of our changes should be carefully weighed, to make sure the poor in third-world nations are not adversely affected by it. 

We should have known environmentalism would eventually come to this.  Any philosophy that puts the needs of a tree over the needs of our fellow man is inherently flawed and ultimately irrational.  I suppose the best we can hope for is that this movement will only take off among the radical environmentalists, and then maybe, just maybe, we can finally be rid of them (and their insanity) within a generation or so.