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What Are the Real Lessons of Earth Day?

What Are the Real Lessons of Earth Day?
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By    |   Monday, 24 April 2017 10:43 AM

CNN and other quasi-reputable news sources report that protesters gather worldwide to allegedly support science and evidence-based research.

Organizers of the march in Washington, D.C. reportedly said that there were more than 600 “satellite” marches taking place globally in a protest timed to coincide with Earth Day.

NPR (National Public Radio) says that the U.S. organizers say the march is a non-partisan celebration of science.

The truth is that the claim that the Earth Day March is to promote science over politics is a lie.

The organizers of the Earth Day protest marches are difficult to pin down. It seems that the Earth Day Network is the key.  It tells us that among its campaigns are protecting forests, registering new voters or greening cities, and help create a greener, more sustainable future. And requests “You can get involved now to make your mark in the urgent fight against climate change.”

They, in turn, are among the sponsors of the March for Science.

What I can say in all fairness is that who is the money and power behind this is not stepping out into the sunlight for all to see. “tis a puzzlement.

Who personally benefits from the redistribution of the masses amounts of money, other financial benefits, and political power that flows from this fight against climate change?

What are we to make of this fight against climate change?

There is no one against clean air and water. 

The fight against climate argument seems to be that using fossil fuels creates excess carbon dioxide.  This excess causes global warming which in turn causes the climate to change. The changing climate is bad since per the computer models the seas will rise, cities will be washed away, the earth will be assaulted with all sorts of storms, pestilence will cover the land, and many species of animal will become extinct.

It is scientifically true because the computer models say so.

That’s what this argument comes down to.

An algorithm built into a computer model.

But what of reality?

The experts on climate cannot predict tomorrow's weather much better than an experienced sailor or farmer from 5000 years ago.

The climate of the earth has been constantly in change for 4.5 billion years. Everything that is being experienced now has occurred many times in the past when there were no human beings. 

It is true that man is the cause of significant pollution. A bad thing indeed. And something which human beings are quite capable of cleaning up.

But is pollution the cause of the accumulation of weather over time which causes the climate to change?

No that is not the argument although regularly raised as an irrelevant factor to distract from the real bone of contention.  Similarly, the issues of voter registration, social justice, and wealth redistribution which seemingly play a part in the politics of fighting climate change.

The real issue behind fighting climate change and the Earth Day protests have nothing to do with science at all.

The lesson to be learned from this is that we are facing a revolutionary movement that is well-financed to seek a global world order in which the United States is to be a subservient member.

There are many ways to deal with these sorts of believers in the creation of a utopian global order.

But whatever strategy and tactics are to be used to counter the fighting climate change propaganda, they must be taken ruthlessly.

That is the lesson to be learned from this Earth Day.

Denis Kleinfeld is known as a strategic tax and wealth protection lawyer, widely published author and creative teacher.

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