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The Good News About Bad Green Lies
CNSNews.com ^ | April 08, 2002 | Alan Caruba

Posted on 04/08/2002 6:46:56 AM PDT by Stand Watch Listen

Perhaps the only good thing to come out of the real threats to our nation has been a reduction in the media coverage of the endless end-of-the-world scenarios put forth by the vast network of environmental organizations, the Greens.

On March 22nd, buried in those newspapers that published the story, was an article by Paul Recur, the Associated Press science writer. He reported that scientists at the Lament-Doherty Earth Observatory in New York had teamed with colleagues from the Swiss Federal Research Institute to publish a study that noted that whatever warming is predicted is perfectly natural.

The report stated that the Earth is "capable of rapid changes and long periods of above-average warmth on its own without greenhouse warming." The report noted a previous weather event known as the Medieval Warm Period some 800 to 1,000 years ago. This occurred, of course, prior to any so-called man-made greenhouse gas because the Industrial Age hadn't even begun. Does mankind have anything to do with the weather? Simply stated, there is no global warming. The overall, average temperature of the Earth has not increased in more than a half century since the 1950s.

The next time you read that the Earth is severely threatened in any way, remember that the Earth is a marvelously self-adjusting mechanism that has been around for some 5.4 billion years, most of it without the presence of humans.

It is the human population that needs our attention and our protection. We need to insure that farmers and ranchers can grow their crops and maintain the herds and flocks that feed Americans and others around the world. We can do that with genetically modified food seeds that will produce more crops that can resist blight and insect predation. These new GM seeds will insure that more forestland is not destroyed to grow more food. We need to provide farmers with the pesticides they need to protect those crops against insect predators. We need to insure they receive the herbicides and soil enrichment chemicals to help grow abundant fields of wheat, soy, rice and other food sources.

We need to end the UN ban on DDT so that millions around the world will not die needlessly every year from Malaria and other insect-borne diseases. We need to rescind the bans on insecticides so people here and around the world can eliminate the many insects and rodents that spread disease and destroy millions of dollars in property every year. An estimated one third of the Earth's food supply is destroyed annually by rodent predation.

We need to understand that environment groups are not our friends, trying to save fuzzy little animals, but rather that they are funded by corrupt foundations like Ford, Rockefeller, and Pew so they can continue their assault on our economy, our nation, and our lives. They contribute to a huge "environmental" program run out of the United Nations, the single greatest enemy of freedom in the world.

We need an open war on the animal rights lunatics who are responsible, not just for millions of dollars of damage to commercial enterprises, but to university laboratories working on new cures for disease and ways to aid our agricultural communities. The Animal Liberation Front and the Earth Liberation Front must be hunted down and jailed before they do more damage. They are the equivalent of Islamic terror organizations. Our government has to investigate the way People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has supported these groups and, if proof is found that they are aiding and abetting them, it needs to be brought before the bar of justice.

We have to end government policies that have led to more than 73 million acres of America being put off limits to the use of Americans, whether it is for recreation, to properly manage our vast national forests, or to develop the housing a nation that has taken in ten million new immigrants in the past decade requires. These policies threaten private property rights, destroying the keystone of the Capitalist system that has given this nation its wealth.

We need to be more energy independence and that means ignoring calls for "alternative" energy sources, such as thousands of windmills, instead of the use of coal we have to generate electricity, the lifeblood of our nation and our economy. Forty percent of our electrical energy utilizes coal and we have centuries' worth of coal.

We need to get into the tiny part of the Alaskan reserve so that can reduce our dependence on foreign oil and we need to make it easier to drill in the Gulf of Mexico where there are millions more barrels for our needs.

We have to be realistic about nuclear energy, understanding how safe it is (it does not pollute) if we can solve the problem of storing its waste. Meanwhile we have site ready to do that. Right now, the government is too involved with attacking our nation's utilities in the name of "pollution" when those facilities have mostly been technologically upgraded to eliminate the pollutants produced in the process of providing electricity. Instead, the entire mining industry, not just for coal, but all other vital minerals, has been deliberately handicapped, often driven to other nations.

The Greens stand in the way of all of these needs and fight them in the courts of our nation using laws imposed in the name of the environment. More than a third of all the laws and regulations the Federal government has published since 1970 are devoted to the "environment." We need to free America to grow and prosper.

We need to get out of the United Nations before it succeeds in imposing taxes on worldwide energy use, air transportation, and currency transactions. If the UN achieves its goal of "global governance" the US Constitution will not be worth the paper on which it is printed. Only Congress has the right to tax Americans.

This will not happen if Americans continue to be victimized by the scare campaigns of the Greens. There must be a new American Revolution, based on real science, not junk science, to save ourselves and to insure democracy in the world.

Alan Caruba is the founder of The National Anxiety Center, a clearinghouse for information debunking environmental and other claims that lack scientific merit. Alan Caruba



TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: animalliberation; biofraud; caruba; earthliberation; earthobservatory; enviralists; environmental; ford; globalwarming; globalwarminghoax; lamentdoherty; landgrab; medievalwarmperiod; peta; pew; rockefeller; unlist
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1 posted on 04/08/2002 6:46:56 AM PDT by Stand Watch Listen
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To: Stand Watch Listen
The Peace & Justice Alliance--"Our Mission Through grassroots organizing, to empower individuals to promote the reversal of the nuclear arms race, the achievement of disarmament, a peacetime economy, and foreign and domestic policies of justice and openness.".....Source The Church Council of Greater Seattle

Social justice and environmental justice....it's all tied up together. Environmentalists are communists wrapped up in a different cloak.

"Social Development and World Peace"--United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Environmental Justice Program We urge policy makers and public officials to focus more directly on the ethical dimensions of environmental policy and on its relation to development, to seek the common good, and to resist short-term pressures in order to meet our long-term responsibility to future generations. . . . We need to use our voices and votes to shape a nation more committed to the universal common good and an ethic of environmental solidarity. "Renewing the Earth" U.S. Catholic Bishops (1992)

We remind parents that they are the first and principal teachers of children. . . . It is at home that they develop the habits of self-control, concern, and care that lie at the heart of environmental morality. . . . We ask business leaders and representatives of workers to make the protection of our common environment a central concern in their activities and to collaborate for the common good and the protection of the earth. "Renewing the Earth" U.S. Catholic Bishops (1992)

Links to Faith-Based Organizations Web of Creation: Transforming Faith-Based Communities for a Sustainable World

Theology Library: Environment--participating religious groups.

Board of Church and Society welcomes Elian's fatherUnited Methodist News Service [Excerpt] The Rev. Beverly Wilkes of Springfield, Ill., rose to say that handguns should be included in the ban because they are a cause of accidental deaths of many children. "We are calling for America to disarm itself for the sake of our children and for the sake of too many others who died too soon." She urged leaving policing to the professionals and limiting private gun ownership to those who hunt. Delegates approved a proposal to modify the resolution by directing it to the U.S. government and to the governments of other countries where the United Methodist Church is present. The full resolution calls for governments to outlaw "ownership by the general public of handguns, assault weapons, automatic weapon conversion kits and weapons that cannot be detected by traditionally used metal-detection devices." During the same morning session, delegates rejected a proposal for eliminating the denomination's Board of Church and Society, the agency that works on social issues such as gun control. Almost 70 percent of the delegates refused to abolish the organization after a discussion. One delegate said he wanted the board eliminated because it voices positions with which he does not agree. He cited the board's stance against the Boy Scouts' ban of gays and its involvement in setting up a fund to pay a lawyer for Elian Gonzalez' father. Another delegate responded that people must get the full story about such issues before they condemn the board. [End Excerpt]

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14 posted on 04/08/2002 7:52:36 AM PDT by madfly
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To: Stand Watch Listen
CO2 Science Magazine
Seems like an honest and scientific (lots of letters after people's names) journal on "global warming" science- though it sometimes gets a little shrill.

The role of foundation grants in environmental advocacy
Helen chenowith's article is a devastating expose of the foundations' control of the environmental debate.

15 posted on 04/08/2002 7:54:03 AM PDT by mrsmith
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To: Stand Watch Listen
We need to end the UN ban on DDT so that millions around the world will not die needlessly every year from Malaria and other insect-borne diseases. We need to rescind the bans on insecticides so people here and around the world can eliminate the many insects and rodents that spread disease and destroy millions of dollars in property every year. An estimated one third of the Earth's food supply is destroyed annually by rodent predation. We need to understand that environment groups are not our friends, trying to save fuzzy little animals, but rather that they are funded by corrupt foundations like Ford, Rockefeller, and Pew so they can continue their assault on our economy, our nation, and our lives.

Amen, Amen, Amen!

16 posted on 04/08/2002 7:55:29 AM PDT by backhoe
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17 posted on 04/08/2002 8:22:34 AM PDT by madfly
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To: madfly
Thanks for the ping Madfly. It's also posted over at the klamathbasincrisis.org/discussion forum too.
18 posted on 04/08/2002 8:28:10 AM PDT by Issaquahking
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To: madfly
Perhaps the only good thing to come out of the real threats to our nation has been a reduction in the media coverage of the endless end-of-the-world scenarios put forth by the vast network of environmental organizations, the Greens.

I've been reading The Apocalyptics by Edith Efron. It's such a great book. Anyway, I found this quote about the response of some (especially those in the government) to the thought of a looming cancer epidemic that threatened mankind and about which something had to be done right now in spite of not being exactly sure how big the problem really was because if true it was too serious to wait (the EPA, OSHA, etc., are the legacy of this older Chicken Little scheme--as are all the people living off the scare they created). It could have been written about the global warming hysteria (and is as groundless):
OSHA recognized that there may be no data which provide absolutely definitive evidence--one way or another--as to whether cancer is caused in humans by a substance that has been shown to be carcinogenic in test animals.

OSHA stated, howver, that the failure to assume that such a substance does pose some level of carcinogenic threat to humans seemed imprudent and could lead to a public health disaster.*
In sum, the stated reason for the deluge of pseudo-predictions is not scientific but moral --that special "Donald Kennedy morality" which states that the peril is so great there is no time to discover whether there is any peril, or to establish its extent and nature.

In an attempt to endow this "morality" with scientific content, "regulatory" scientists have violated the deepest ethics of science itself.--pp.331-2

*OSHA Federal Register, 45:15 (January 22, 1980): 5061.

19 posted on 04/08/2002 8:38:41 AM PDT by aruanan
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Howdy

I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude for this wonderful remedy to a sick nihilistic popular culture determined to find ways to inflict suffering on people for no rational reason whatsoever.

You're a regular resource guide to cures for disinformation!

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23 posted on 04/08/2002 9:14:08 AM PDT by madfly
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25 posted on 04/08/2002 9:27:22 AM PDT by madfly
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Dolphins Igloos its all a bunch of tree hugging hippie crap.

28 posted on 04/08/2002 9:30:17 AM PDT by weikel
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LMAO. South Park takes on the Envirals on a regular basis!!!
Go Cartman!

Another quote:

Allright children, let's settle down.
As you know this coming Friday is EarthDay.
And I'm pleased to announce that
The National EarthDay Organization
has chosen South Park
as its location for the
EarthDay Brainwashing Festival!

29 posted on 04/08/2002 9:57:29 AM PDT by madfly
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Please remove me from your ping list.

/john

30 posted on 04/08/2002 10:07:44 AM PDT by JRandomFreeper
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31 posted on 04/08/2002 10:31:31 AM PDT by madfly
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32 posted on 04/08/2002 11:39:14 AM PDT by S.O.S121.500
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Remember children nothing is more important then saving the Earth from Republicans not even... your lives.
33 posted on 04/08/2002 11:45:46 AM PDT by weikel
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To: madfly
We need an open war on the animal rights lunatics who are responsible, not just for millions of dollars of damage to commercial enterprises, but to university laboratories working on new cures for disease and ways to aid our agricultural communities.

Bump!

34 posted on 04/08/2002 2:07:09 PM PDT by Victoria Delsoul
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To: madfly
Thanks for the ping.Please keep me on your list.:^)
35 posted on 04/08/2002 4:00:04 PM PDT by sarasmom
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To: Cincinatus' Wife; madfly
...Environmentalists are communists wrapped up in a different cloak...

Your heart is in the right place, however, environmentalists are NOT communists. Environmentalists and communists are both statists. A statist believes the government has the right and the obligation to run your life for you, for your own good because you are incapable of making the right decisions on your own.

Some will say that is just semantics, but I believe it is necessary for us to fight the right battles for the right reasons.

If you examine the politicians today you will find that the vast majority of all the parties are statists. Liberty is fading.

Statism
---The doctrine that your life, money and property are not yours, but the property of the state. You may act only by the permission of others. The power a statist wields comes from the willing support of the victim (you).

18,500 google hits for statism

36 posted on 04/08/2002 4:23:34 PM PDT by jadimov
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...We have to end government policies that have led to more than 73 million acres of America being put off limits to the use of Americans...

Nowhere in the Constitution was the federal government granted the power to take land from the states for any purpose. We need an amendment that forever forbids the federal government from appropriating any land in any state. What the feds do in the territories is a seperate matter. The creation of parks should be a matter for the states to decide.

37 posted on 04/08/2002 4:50:47 PM PDT by jadimov
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To: madfly
Thanks for the heads-up. Interesting reading.
38 posted on 04/08/2002 6:12:45 PM PDT by nonliberal
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To: madfly
Thanks for the ping.
I'm surprised that the Los Angeles Times actually published an article about the
new study showing that drilling for oil in the northwest corner of ANWR
really shouldn't have any effect on caribou.

Slowly, a bit at a time, it seems the tide might be going in the direction of sanity
on the environmental issue.
39 posted on 04/08/2002 7:26:19 PM PDT by VOA
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To: madfly
Thanks for the heads up!
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