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June 10, 2015

At the Heart of the Global Warming cult.

“Cult” is the right word at this point, since the people passionate about it have deranged themselves to the point where those outside suspect sinister things about the movement. I have liberal friends who send me thousand word e-mails filled with links and graphs claiming that any day now the tipping point will be reached and we’re doomed. They are so sure that Gaia is angry and ready to punish us, it is axiomatic. The Church of Climate Change | The Z Blog

Posted by gerardvanderleun at June 10, 2015 10:15 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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As I wrote seven years ago, environmentalism is a religion in its own right (or, Left):

"Environmentalist religion explained."
At bottom, modern environmentalism has discarded scientific rigor to embrace something not much different than Leninism, the desire to control the major components of the way individuals live. From there it is a short step for environmentalism to Leninism's successor: Stalinism, the desire to control every aspect of the way we live. That's our future, minus the gulags. We hope.

Posted by: plus.google.com/104841162830331053592 [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 11, 2015 6:59 AM

I asked my idiot SIL whether the announced adjustments to the temperature record confirm the skeptics were correct in saying the temperature had not been rising. She patiently explained that they were fooled by bad data that now needed correction.

When I asked why the famous 97% of scientists who were claiming that the data showed no pause, now say they are correcting it so that it doesn't show a pause, she said it was because it had always not shown a pause but should have not shown any at all.

When I asked if that was in Eastasia too, she said "Yes, worldwide".

Posted by: DaveR [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 11, 2015 7:27 AM

About that 97 percent:

The Myth of the Climate Change '97%' -- What is the origin of the false belief—constantly repeated—that almost all scientists agree about global warming?

Posted by: plus.google.com/104841162830331053592 [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 11, 2015 10:53 AM

Z Man is correct. Green Alarmism does not derive from science. It comes from a religion, the faux pagan worship of Gaia, the earth goddess. She is angry and must be propitiated by the sacrifice of human babies. The white liberals who are votaries of this religion have chosen brown and black babies to be the victims of the rituals of "population control", "zero population growth" and "reproductive choice".

Why has this bizarre cult arisen among what are supposed to be our most intelligent and skeptical class?

First we must observe the collapse of Christian belief in this class.

They are all Marxists now, not industrial grade Stalinists, but cultural Marxists theorized by Adorno, and Gramisci, and the French lumpen-philosopes such as Foucault and Derrida. But, even those variants of Marxism demands atheism.

Also atheism, especially, the nasty anti-intellectual atheism of Dawkins et. al., allows them to indulge their favorite passion -- Contempt for the unwashed masses of Americans -- the obese bitter clingers who inhabit fly-over country and cling to their guns and religion.

Having chosen atheism does not mean that they believe nothing. As Umberto Eco wrote:

"G K Chesterton is often credited with observing: "When a man ceases to believe in God, he doesn't believe in nothing. He believes in anything." Whoever said it - he was right. We are supposed to live in a sceptical age. In fact, we live in an age of outrageous credulity.

"The "death of God", or at least the dying of the Christian God, has been accompanied by the birth of a plethora of new idols. They have multiplied like bacteria on the corpse of the Christian Church ..."


The failure of prophecies of the Apocalypse does not invalidate the religion of Gaia anymore than the the failure of the Apocalypse to occur in the 1st Century C.E. (1 Thessalonians) invalidated Christianity. Such failures often cause the faithful to double down, not to give up.

Posted by: Fat Man [TypeKey Profile Page] at June 11, 2015 12:05 PM

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