Friday, December 18, 2009

Global Warming is More Faith than Fact

According to Al Gore, Global Warming is a 'moral issue'. Thousands if not millions of people may agree with this. However, what value system do the global warmers' weigh their definitions of moral/immoral against? What is the standard for moral? When do we know that the global warmers are satisfied? The truth is, nobody knows. Global warming is just another denomination of the environmentalist religion, but, like environmentalism, there is no endgame. No heavenly reward in the end, no end zone to spike the football in, no super bowl trophy to break out the champagne glasses around, no victory to claim except . . . what?

There is no tangible end game because the movement itself is the endgame. The movement itself is an atheistic idolatry, the ultimate geocentrist view that man, not God is the center of the universe. The geocentrist view that man can actually direct the climate and control only what God, the Creator of the Universe, can. Evil wins every time that God is scorned and with global warming, offending God is the endgame. Blaspheming the Almighty each and every day that environmentalism is practiced, and each and every time somebody new joins the environmentalist ranks defines this religion. They are marching with nowhere to go, just as long as they've drug as many souls with them as they possibly could by whatever means necessary, even creating crises to scare people that Armageddon is coming.

According to Al Gore et al., the false gods of environmentalism are angry and they're coming for us. Not enough humans have been sacrificed to appease their gods. Not enough blasphemy has been committed to satisfy the gods. Still too many God fearing souls exist that must be turned into atheists to satiate the thirst of the environmentalist god.

To environmentalism atheism is a prerequisite. This is because it places complete and total control into the hands of man and none in a Higher Being. Environmentalism is the ultimate geocentrist view that man, not God is the center of the universe. That man can actually direct the climate. Today we are told by Al Gore, the high priest of the god of environmentalism that the gods are angry. Atheism is a prerequisite to this religion therefore, only more atheism can appease the gods.

Today we learned that the gig is up. More and more prominent leaders are pointing out the absurdity of this false god with the most recent being the Czech President. According to an article, Czech President Vaclav Klaus stated:

"I'm convinced that after years of studying the phenomenon, global warming is not the real issue of temperature. That is the issue of a new ideology or a new religion. A religion of climate change or a religion of global warming. This is a religion which tells us that the people are responsible for the current, very small increase in temperatures. And they should be punished."

"We'll be the victims of irrational ideology. They will try to dictate to us how to live, what to do, how to behave. What to eat, travel, and what my children should have. This is something that we who lived in the communist era for most of our lives — we still feel very strongly about. We are very sensitive in this respect. And we feel various similarities in their way of arguing or not arguing. In the way of pushing ahead ideas regardless of rational counter-arguments."

Klaus thinks that the world's "silent majority" would agree with his position on global warming. "I'm so sorry that Al Gore and others around the IPCC succeeded in influencing so many people," he said.

"We need to bring new arguments. The real problem isn't the arguments. The real problem is to motivate people to listen to other arguments against this. This is the missing link in the current debate."

Klaus says that he is in favor of "green" technology, but cautions that he is not in favor of the government dictating the development of the technology.

"I lived in a communist world where politicians told us what to do," Klaus said. "I don't think politicians or presidents should suggest to firms what to do. That has always been a mistake."

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