Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Dogs are worse than SUVs for the environment. Where are we headed?

So I opened up Yahoo news to an article titled: Polluting pets: the devastating impact of man's best friend. Interesting that people first explained away global warming as a result of vehicles. Skip ahead a few studies, and it was because of cows, so naturally, we should cut our consumption of beef, and do away with cows. Now it's dogs?!?

I am starting to realize that although it may not have started as such, this type of study in conjunction with summits like the one this last week in Copenhagen, are leading up to a stunning result. The grand finale will be a startling revelation: Humans are bad for the environment!

In response to this, governments will start talking about how we can make the environment happy. End result will be that governments will enact "population control" legislation.

Do I really think this will happen? I give it a very slim chance. Do I think certain people want this to happen? Absolutely! People who are currently in high positions have wanted this for a long time. An example is John Holdren (right), the "Science Czar" for President Obama. This guy co-authored the book "Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment", in this book the three authors wrote "To provide a high quality of life for all, there must be fewer people." In the book they mention ways to achieve this quality. Those include: forced abortions, "compulsory sterilization", and the creation of a "planetary regime". Sounds like a high quality of life John. The sterilization bit would include spiking water and food with chemicals designed to make people sterile, or implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty. Sounds amazing John. Where do we sign up John? You are an idiot John!

I would think that somebody who advocates for those types of ideas would be shoved off to the side, much like the so-called "Christians" who hold up signs that say "God hates [gays]" (gays is a toned down word from what they use). Every time I see people on the news with those signs I cringe, because that is not an accurate representation of Christianity. Yet, somehow, people don't shy away from John Holdren's views. Holdren spent the last thirteen years at Harvard teaching in the Kennedy school of government (hopefully named after Ted Kennedy, not John). Holdren is in the White House!! The religion of liberalism is insane, but I will give them credit for worshiping their god (mother earth) openly and unashamed, even to the point where they suggest human sacrifice, just for the sake of the quality of life of the rest of us of course...


Jake Gamble said...

This is one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing. John is an idiot...and you, my friend, are a genius.

Anonymous said...

THX for sharing

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