Watermelon, it’s a form of politics? No charity for ugly frogs.The committee has spoken!
When you talk to environmentalists it’s really hard to say, I’m anti dolphin, or I’m pro whaling, or I love native hardwood logging or hard rock mining. It’s hard to say it even to yourself, the mind recoils in horror. So it’s really hard to dislike or disagree with environmentalists. It’s not to say that protecting our environment is not important, because it really is, but I have to live here too, not just what ever plant or animal is popular right now. The interesting thing is the animals and plants that are cute, fluffy or majestic really get looked after regardless of whether they are ecologically significant.
“Whoa!” say some environmentalists, “What does ecologically significant mean?”
They ask this because the overwhelming majority of environmentalists have scanty knowledge of ecology, biology, chemistry, geology, climatology or any any concrete rational area of study that might make them actually comprehend what they are talking about; that comes from fuzzy feelgood soundbites in propaganda they read and give out. After reading the brochure you probably know as much as them.
It’s hard to make a frog look appealing in a brochure especially if seeking donations.
Frogs? Who gives a rats…
Lets look at frogs and toads, hardly cute so usually not much interest, but frogs happen to be very ecologically significant.
So when was the last time you actually saw a frog? They have been dying out worldwide for about 20 years because their skin is one cell thick and they live in the water and easily absorb and ingest environmental toxins.
Frogs are literally the canary in the coal mine, the first alarm that something is wrong in the environment.
It’s not that I don’t like environmentalists, it’s just that they don’t realize that their cause has been hijacked.
I’d say more than half of all ‘environmentalists’ didn’t realize the ecological significance of frogs until they read this.
So despite what you might have previously thought, they are not wacky passionate science geeks and nature lovers trying to save the world, they are actually doing something else, whether they realize it or not.
A big leap you might say? Logic chain please.
Well I’m sure you have heard of global warming and climate change, what the environmentalists’ solution to all that?
A global carbon tax.
Well a global carbon tax would be collected by a global government wouldn’t it?
So they are supporting funding a global government.
Global government, the Marxist’s wet dream, and they want to tax you for breathing.
They are also trying to spruik Panda’s along the way, it should be a clue, Pandas are from communist China. The Panda is an icon of environmentalism.
Remember how I said most environmentalists have no knowledge of science?
That’s because if they comprehended science they might realize that global warming and climate change are not only not true, almost every prediction made has been wrong, they have been getting it wrong for 20 years, doctoring the data and covering their tracks.
I realize the irony of writing this in a early March heatwave in Melbourne, but if you recall, the previous two summers here have been quite mild, almost disappointing in fact.
If its hot it’s called global warming, if its cold (or unpleasant in another way) it’s called climate change, either way they want your money to fund a world government based on lies and a gullible population.
Did you realize you breath out carbon dioxide all day, about 900 grams per day even at rest.
So applying the carbon price here of $23 per ton you are emitting $7.55 of CO2 per year.
Would you feel strange if someone gave you a bill for breathing?
Applying to about 25 Million citizens here, that would amount to about $188,000,000, don’t say someone won’t try to get this nice little earner.
1) Basic level: Find out why global warming created by humans is not true or even possible. http://diorealskills.org/2012/06/12/the-great-global-warming-swindle/
2) Intermediate level: Find out about a critically endangered species or habitat, and next time you stumble into an environmentalist you might have a chance to educate them.
3) Expert level: Find a rather repulsive creature and attempt to think of ways to make people want to donate to save it. I.e. Sawfish, Great white shark, etc.
Apologies to the real and serious environmentalists who actually comprehend science and go along with the ‘environmentalist circus’ for lack of better [funding] options.
I realize I’m opening a can of worms here, but it has to be said.