Who is the Enemy of Whom
Posted by Jeff Condon on April 19, 2011
A news article recently caught my attention.
U.N. Prepares to Debate Whether ‘Mother Earth’ Deserves Human Rights Status
I suppose this is the official step for conversion of the global warming science group to the status of religion. The dangers of this stupidity should be obvious but leave me with a bunch of questions that have odd answers. For instance, who will define damage to Earth? What are the remedies for said damage? When Earth damages humans, does it also receive ‘responsibility’?
It is clear that the point is to utilize the environmental movement to expand the power of a few. The weight of human life or quality of life is often very light on the scale of the socialist. When people are starving yet it is somehow right for 40% of US corn manufacture to be used for ethanol, driving fuel and food prices out of reach of the impoverished, things have already gotten way out of hand. Discussing of our gravitationally attracted ball of minerals as a being with equal rights, is beyond extreme. Rarely have I appreciated freedom of religion more.
A bloc of mostly socialist governments lead by Bolivia have put the issue on the General Assembly agenda to discuss the creation of a U.N. treaty that would grant the same rights found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to Mother Nature.
Treaty supporters want the establishment of legal systems to maintain balance between human rights and what they perceive as the inalienable rights of other members of the Earth community — plants, animals, and terrain.
In case you were still wondering about the politics of climate science, there it is again. Even calling it a slippery slope gives too much credibility to the insanity of the concept, yet this is what much of the world wants for you. The elite know best on – everything.
You would think that the craziness had little potential for being listened to but the leader of Bolivia has been recognized by the ‘entire’ UN for his excellent work.
Morales, who repeatedly says “the central enemy of Mother Earth is capitalism,” called for creating a charter that defends the right to life for all living things. Morales, who was named World Hero of Mother Earth by the General Assembly, has since made great strides in his campaign.
The central enemy of Mother Earth is capitalism! I suppose we should never underestimate the potential narcissism of a person with the power. Bolivia, leaders of the world!