23 November, 2009

Green Marxism Update

Posted by Socrates in fake crisis, frauds, global government, global warming, globalization, Socrates at 9:15 am | Permanent Link

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“Billions of euros are at stake”? You don’t say! Marxism and profits, both…

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  7. 23 Responses to “Green Marxism Update”

    1. zoomcopter Says:

      What a major disappointment for the NWO crowd. Such a cash cow it appeared to be, trading carbon credits, in cyberspace. Imaginary credits and debits. What tribe excells in imaginary trades? What, you didn’t see those 100 tons of carbon I injected into the gulf stream? I’ll see your 1000 square miles of Amazonian rainforest, and raise you, 100 years of coal burning smoke…

    2. Tom McReen Says:

      “Imaginary credits and debits. What tribe excells in imaginary trades? What, you didn’t see those 100 tons of carbon I injected into the gulf stream?”

      Good post zoomcopter.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Shut up, McReen.

    4. Arminius Says:

      Al Gore, failed vice-president, chief propagandist of the carbon emission lobby, paragon of the greenhouse swindle, promoter of nuclear power, film maker of “The Inconvenient Truth” (can be read two ways), unyielding enemy of climate-change-doubters, is reported to have purchased a 4-million Condo at Fishermans Wharf just feet from the ocean, which is, in his own publications, to rise at least 20 feet in the near future.
      It appears, Al Gore is an exceedingly well paid swimmer in this murky environment.
      The question remains: who pays, and who publishes uncritically and approvingly the ideas of a discarded politician?

    5. Tom McReen Says:

      “Shut up, McReen.”

      Ban the troll, if only because he doesn’t get the irony of telling someone else to shut up.

    6. Gar Goyle Says:

      The afro-teck people are saying it was the big swoosh breeze of white flight. It has a calm now because they have fewer places to go, not unless you have the money.

    7. Andrea Dworkin Says:

      I might lose a few die-hard Andrea Dworkin fans but I suggest we legalize and regulate Marijuana and Hemp.

      Hemp could entirely replace the timber and paper industries…If we were truly worried about saving trees, wouldn’t we be legalizing this junk product that makes better paper, way faster than growing and cutting trees down?

      Legalized Marijuana could produce voluntary tax revenues and new jobs at coffeehouses and dispensaries, unlike the Climate Crisis swindle…

    8. Adam Says:

      From the article:

      “At present, however, the warming is taking a break,” confirms meteorologist Mojib Latif of the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences in the northern German city of Kiel. Latif, one of Germany’s best-known climatologists, says that the temperature curve has reached a plateau. “There can be no argument about that,” he says. “We have to face that fact.”

      WTF kind of German name is “Mojib”, you ask?

      http://newstopaktuell.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/mojib-latif.jpg

      I’m glad such an important issue is in competent hands!

    9. Tim McGreen Says:

      {I might lose a few die-hard Andrea Dworkin fans but I suggest we legalize and regulate Marijuana and Hemp.}

      You certainly haven’t lost me as a fan. The laws against hemp and marijuana are absurd to say the least. They must have been the result of pressure from the usual assholes like the AMA, the FBI and Big Pharma.

    10. Andrea Dworkin Says:

      http://www.sdearthtimes.com/et0199/et0199s11.html

      Here’s a link about hemp. It makes 28,000+ products, food, fuel, clothing, paper, etc…

      It was outlawed in 1937 by a younger, peppier ZOG just starting to come into its own world/nation wrecking potential under FDR…

    11. Z.O.G. Says:

      DuPont and Dow Chemical.

    12. Annie Oakley Says:

      These moonbat companies are eco hypocrites. Do as I say not as a I do. Go behind their buildings and see all the good food they throw out and it’s not even close to expiring. Yet they’re all about helping the little guy (translation illegal muds). To hell with white families.

      Just recently a race-mixing new age vitamin store had their little anniversary celebration. Mestizo janitors were out and about picking up trash and muttering in spanish.

      After the celebrations tons and tons of bags of recyclable cans and bottles were in the trash (in bags of course). I grabbed them, threw them in my truck, made about $30 at the local recycling center.

      I am very green but no fanatic. I recycle most everything I possibly can. I don’t force my views on others. I find being green for me saves me money and hopefully keep this country clean for our race.

      Whites really are the only ones that are actually green. Go to any black or mexican neighborhood – you see tons and tons of trash. These folks don’t give a shit about the environment!

    13. Ein Says:

      “You certainly haven’t lost me as a fan. The laws against hemp and marijuana are absurd to say the least. They must have been the result of pressure from the usual assholes like the AMA, the FBI and Big Pharma.” –Tim

      Laws against things only serve to make them more expensive, thus more profitable to those who supply them.

      In other words, “Forbidden goods always bear the higher price.”

    14. Ein Says:

      “Whites really are the only ones that are actually green. Go to any black or mexican neighborhood – you see tons and tons of trash. These folks don’t give a shit about the environment!” — ANnie

      Annie, you’re right. The Germanic lands — Switzerland, Germany, and Scandinavia, are VERY big on recycling. The deposit there on any bottle is about 25-30 cents, compared to only 5 cents here. They don’t fool around; they want to make sure you bring it back! They are really very serious about keeping their countries clean and green for coming generations.

      Unfortunately, though, the tragic flaw if that they don’t stop to consider who those coming generations will be – not their own people surely, from the way immigration’s going!

    15. Ein Says:

      “Mojib Latif of the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences ….one of Germany’s best-known climatologists…”

      WTF kind of German name is “Mojib”, you ask?
      …………………………

      Good quesion, Adam. Certainly not German.
      That reminds me of so many newspaper articles that we see lately, signed by some unpronouncable exotic name. This is getting to be more and more frequent — and more glaringly obvious — all the time. These are now the people from whom we get our news and opinions of the world.

    16. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Mexicans, Negroes, Hindoos and Chinamen don’t have the luxury to be so “eco-friendly”. It’s only douchy White counties like Canada and Denmark who care about wind-farms and recycling. How gay. Maybe if we weren’t buying all that Chink made crap there wouldn’t be so much pollution around.

    17. Tim McGreen Says:

      Global Warming is just an excuse and a lie used by whiney liberals to justify the creation of a UN-controlled World Government. If the libs were really concerned about the “planet” (one of their favorite words, apparently), then they would be demanding a reduction in the non-White Third World population. Like that will ever happen.

    18. Annie Oakley Says:

      Tim – I don’t buy chink made crap. I try to buy everything if possible that’s made in the USA.

      Yes minorites can recycle. It’s not that difficult to separate your cans and bottles in your back yard and take them to the local recycling center for cash.

    19. Ein Says:

      “Yes minorites can recycle. It’s not that difficult …”

      Good for you, Annie.

      Yes, they can. But “can” and “do” are two very different things. I remember being approached by a moocher looking for (ie. demanding) a handout, when I was standing right next to a big trashcan there on the corner that was FULL of bottles. He probably could have gotten at least a couple of dollars worth there, enough to buy a bottle of booze, but he prefered to ask ME for it! He was lazy.

      I remember pointing to the trash can, and he was VERY INDIGNANT! He said, “I’m not going to reach in that garbage can!” I said, “Oh? You’re too good to reach in the trash, but you don’t mind begging from total strangers on the street.” He didn’t seem to think there was anything degrading about mooching for a living, but he certainly wasn’t going to reach into any garbage can.

    20. Tim McGreen Says:

      Ein, you certainly have an anecdote for every occasion, don’t you?

    21. Ein Says:

      Yup.

    22. Nordlander Says:

      The purpose of eco-fanatism is to make Whites feel guilty for inventing technology. That is why the socialists are so fanatic over every new eco theory that comes along. Anything that can whip up hatred against corporations – and against the White race.

      Al Gore’s executive producers for “An Inconvenient Truth” were Jews, by the way. Their names: Jeff Skoll and Davis Guggenheim. Both Jews.

      The other producers were Laurie David, Lawrence Bender and Scott Z. Burns. At least the first two are Jews.

      In other words, the movie was a Jewish plan with Al Gore as a White front figure. As always. Nothing has changed from when Lenin fronted for the Jewish Bolshevik leaders.

    23. Ein Says:

      Scott Z. Burns: Without a doubt. Almost certainly it was Bernstein. That, or something similar. Just like George Burns (Nathan Birnbaum). I’d bet on it.

      How about Shmuely Bernstein? Sound close?

      http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1994243/

      Btw, speaking about technology, there is another person here who makes us… “feel guilty about inventing technology”. I find that fact particularly interesting because, of all things, it has been precisely our mastery of technology which has distinguished us from all others. It has made us powerful, rich, and advanced. It has allieviated many of humanity’s ancient miseries among us. It has set us apart and above all other branches of the human tree. Without that, we’d still be foraging for roots and wearing animal skins. And that person wants us to turn against it and give it up! Think about it.