The Environmental movement is a suicide pact. It is a denial of the truth of reality cooperative. In the name of preserving the environment, it advocates demand the death of billions of human beings whom its practitioners see as little more than parasite on mother Gaia.
Oh they claim self-righteously that they are trying to protect the environment for future generations while ignoring the reality of what affects the changes and regulations they demand would have on the earth’s current population.
Fossil fuels are killing the earth they scream, deforestation is killing everyone they moan, humans are stripping the natural resources and laying waste to the planet they breathlessly exclaim.
All the while ignoring the incontrovertible fact that the earths population can no longer be supported by the agrarian society that they advocate. The simple truth is that their proposed methods of energy production are completely incapable of ever supporting earth’s current population let alone it future growth.
The only way their proposed energy and agricultural methods of production can work is for 2/3 of earth population to cease to exist and future population levels be forcible maintained at static levels.
The problem with this is that civilization, as we know it, would completely collapse under their mandated production methods. Agrarian societies are stagnate societies, they do not advance in the sciences or arts beyond a level slightly above that of bare survival.
It is pure unadulterated self-inflected stupidity that motivates them to believe that an agrarian society is somehow purer or more desirable than the modern technological society that humankind has developed.
Mankind did not develop the technological society that we now enjoy because agrarian societies were better societies, but out of necessity. Our current technological society was invented because we as a race were tired of working until we dropped dead of exhaustion.
It was invented because we as a society were tired of seeing our loved ones die when they didn’t need to victims of chance or circumstances beyond our control. Therefore, we as a race decided to take our fates into our own hands and ensure the survival of those we held precious.
No more would we allow the fickle hand of nature to kill our crops when the rains failed to arrive on time or even at all, we chose to intervene with the advent of irrigation. We decided that loosing our best cropland to nutrient depletion in the soil could no longer be tolerated so we invented chemical fertilizers.
When our loved ones lives were threatened by injuries or illnesses we decided to develop medical procedures to restore them to health. We made the decision as individuals and as a society to advance our knowledge of the world we lived in so that those we loved and cherished would stand a better chance of surviving longer and having a better quality of life.
The price of this decision was to embrace a new type of society, a society that demanded certain conditions be fulfilled in order to achieve that goal. The conditions demanded were fairly basic. An infrastructure had to be created that allowed individuals the freedom away from physical labor to engage in academic study.
It required the infrastructure be created that permitted the large scale production of manufactured goods. No agrarian society is ever going to create a MRI machine or find a cure for cancer or AIDS. Nor will any agrarian society ever be able to support a modern hospital.
No agrarian society will ever be able to produce enough food to support earth’s current population. Nor will it ever be able to support any substantive increase in science or technology.
There is a reason it took six thousand years for our society to evolve as it has. That reason is inextricably tied to the ability of individuals to have the leisure time required away from physical labor to engage in academic study and the ability to distribute on a large scare the fruits of their research.
Without the large-scale generation of electricity that can currently only be provided by hydrocarbon fuel sources, our civilization dies. With the death of our civilization comes the death of nearly 2/3 of the earth’s population. Because without the infrastructure of our current civilization we can no longer feed our planets population, we can no longer provide them with life saving medical procedures and we can no longer protect them from members of the human race who have no morals or ethics beyond dominating those weaker then themselves.
Those who embrace today’s environmental movement have inflicted upon themselves the suicidal stupidity of failing to consider the impact of their idealisms upon the larger picture. The law of unintended consequences will not be avoided just because your intentions are noble.
In fact, if history has taught us anything, it’s that the noblest of intentions have been the root and cause of more suffering than any natural catastrophe in all of human history.
To the native Americans who have of recent told the enviro-Nazi’s to shut the fuck up and sit the fuck down, I say bravo sirs, thank you for having the courage to remind this great republic that there are wise and noble people still living in this republic.