John Nantz

Isn’t it odd that it’s always capitalism that is blamed for the destruction of the environment? Apparently, only socialists and communists are equipped to live in harmony with their environment. China can pump billions of tones of carbon into the atmosphere, pollute its air with choking and acrid chemicals, and blight its land with toxic waste, yet garner the warmest praise from hollywood and the peanut gallery of climate change “experts.” It would almost lead one to wonder if there isn’t something more sinister at play.

The climate-alarmists have been at this chicanery for decades. They told Nixon that if American capitalist interests maintained their destructive agenda of creating the greatest economy in the history of the world that we’d all be dead by the year 2000. Well, we’re all still here and breathing. The seas haven’t inundated continents and the polar caps are still there—and growing.

So, the Obama Administration sounds the klaxons of environmental doom and trots out “experts” who swear by their fictionalized computer models that capitalism must be curbed or the end is near. How convenient. The scandalous debacle of the Benghazi terrorist attack is gaining momentum and the establishment media have begun to actually pose a question or two. It’s enough to terrify any despot. But, Obama knows that the attention span of many Americans is short. After all, the Kardashians are so interesting. All Obama has to do is produce a shiny bauble and his slight of hand is complete.

Climate change or the earth is flat, take your pick because they’re both nonsense. The real trick is seeing what the conman doesn’t want you to see. It’s really not that hard. You just have to exercise a bit of critical thinking and work in the space outside the box. Obama’s bauble is climate change but what he’s hiding up his sleeve is Benghazi and the bodies of four dead Americans.


John Nantz

John Nantz is a graduate of Regent University School of Law and has served in the law enforcement community for 16 years. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area and can be found on Twitter @TheJohnNantz. In his spare time, John enjoys reading, martial arts, hiking, and piling up mounds of brass at the shooting range.