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U.N. Shocker: 'Environmentalism Should Be Considered As Religion'

Only Fox News has the guts to expose this from the United Nations:

Environmentalism should be regarded on the same level with religion "as the only compelling, value-based narrative available to humanity," according to a paper written two years ago to influence the future strategy of the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), the world's would-be environmental watchdog.

The purpose of the paper, put together after an unpublicized day-long session in Switzerland by some of the world's top environmental bureaucrats: to argue for a new and unprecedented effort to move environmental concerns to "the center of political and economic decision-making" around the world — and perhaps not coincidentally, expand the influence and reach of UNEP at the tables of world power, as a rule-maker and potential supervisor of the New Environmental Order.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Many people agree that environmentalism has many of the same characteristics as religion. The earth starts as a paradisaical Eden and man through poor choices ruins this state. As a result, he can work towards salvation (through conservation) to become a believer, protector of the earth. The dooming end of the world is fossil fuel exploitation and global warming that come as a consequence of man's "sins". The problem with this is that earth was never an environmental Eden and ancient natives weren't living in some beautiful blissful experience being one with the earth. High infant mortality rates, 40 yr avg lifespan and plagues are anything but a romantic natural state. Going back to this would be devastation for mankind, which is likely what environmentalists want anyway in their lack of hindsight (and obviously foresight as well). What's worse, environmentalist radicals are not basing their convictions on science and are forcing us to pay for their scandalous agenda.

Michael Crighton gives a great summary of whole environmentalism as a religion issue here: