30 November, 2009

Environmentalism is a religion

DOn't think so, then read this.

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.


Old NFO said...

All the enviro-nazis used and still use scare tactics to replace hard science... Witness NRDC and Greenpeace, Earth First and Sierra Club and all the others... They use those tactics to get funds and get their names in the papers, then claim credit for others (real scientists) work.

Taupe of the Chain said...

While I do disagree with the radical tree huggers of this world, we as a people have to protect the environment.

Once again this has to do with guns/RKBA/2A how????

Top of the Chain said...


Oh, I'm a conservationist in that I don't wish to see our environment destroyed either. However, when I talk about environmentalism in this regard, it is about Al Gore and the UN panel on climate change and all the other kool aid drinkers who claim the science is settled. They call environmentalists watermelons, because they are green on the outside and red, like a communist, on the inside. Guess who supports this so called environmentalism, groups like the Sierra Club, PETA, and a whole host of others who would have us stop hunting with what? Guns, yes that is how this all ties in.