Climate Alarmism threatens to harm Canadians for generations to come
Belief in an imminent climate catastrophe caused by greenhouse gases has become a preoccupation of activists, a majority of journalists and many politicians. Whenever there is bad weather or a natural disaster of any kind “climate change” caused by “carbon” is blamed.
Environmental concern has become an ideology that has tipped into cult-like extremism. And Alarmists are calling for a radical revolution to our political, social and economic systems.
The propaganda is having a detrimental effect on mental health, particularly the mental health of young people.
Climate Alarmism is causing Canadian resource industries to shut down and it is being used as justification for taxes on the fuels that Canadians need for transportation, heating, everyday living and jobs.
Climate Alarmism has similarities to end-of-the-world cults that have been a feature of many societies throughout history. And sometimes the outcomes are insurrection, revolution, war and burning witches (Really! See below).
Climate Alarmism is creating panic and is becoming anti-democratic
Alarmists have started repeating the argument that an overthrow of the system is required. “Climate change is terrifying,” states an article in CNN Business about air travel, “because the solutions lie with governmental decision-making and transformations of big systems like energy, agriculture and transportation.” The author argues that personal choices are a diversion, rather it is necessary to change “the systems that shape our lives and have led us to this point of crisis.”
Concern about the environment can go too far and powerful, well-funded green interests are taking advantage of the alarm.
Voices of reason in politics and the media have been stigmatized and silenced.
When it has gone too far it will be too late to turn back.
Climate change justified the burning of witches
Alarm about climate has caused panics many times throughout human history. In a phase of extreme weather variability and freezing known as “The Little Ice Age,” Europeans settled on the cause: “weather cooking” by witches.
It is now hard to fathom, but around 50,000 witches, mostly the mentally challenged or social misfits, were put to death over a period of 300 years.
The history is well documented. See this 7-minute video by astrophysicist, Dr. Baliunas on Weather Cooking. And this article in Scientific American by David Bressan, Medieval Witch Hunts Influenced by Climate Change, November 3, 2014