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Environmentalism and Human Sacrifice

nimh2 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 6:33 AM
Environmentalists are the limp-wristed, prius-driving, birkenstock-wearing poor excuses for human beings that see humanity as a pestilence rather than a part of our creator's universe. Most of them have no concept of valid scientific practices, rather they are "schooled" in the humanities and "junk sciences". As predicted, there are very few environmentalists in the hard sciences. If environmentalists are so concerned about humanity destroying the earth (never happen), maybe they should be the first to give up their lives. It is easy for environmentalists to make pronouncements about what the rest of the "unwashed masses" should do . . .
nimh2 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 6:35 AM
. . . environmentalists would have most of humanity living in soviet-style high-rise apartments and riding bicycles while only they (the anointed) would be permitted to enjoy nature on their country estates. If (and when) civilization collapses, "all bets are off" . Environmentalists would be the first to perish. Their polyannish ideas can die with them . . . environmentalists are fools of the first order . . .
David_of_us Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 6:57 AM
At thats exactly what the current administration wants.
Vic156 Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 7:36 AM
Envronazis should either commit suicide or commit to space exploration if they believe what they say they believe. But since what they believe is that people are evil (not an incorrect belief) and unfit to live (except themselves of course) any place everyone but them should just die.
And let us not forget that ethanol burns food for fuel for these fools.

Last week, Bjorn Lomborg, the widely published Danish professor and director of one of the world's leading environmental think tanks, the Copenhagen Consensus Center, published an article about the Philippines' decision, after 12 years, to allow genetically modified (GM) rice -- "golden rice" -- to be grown and consumed in that country.

The reason for the delay was environmentalist opposition to GM rice; and the reason for the change in Philippine policy was that 4.4 million Filipino children suffer from vitamin A deficiency. That deficiency, Lomborg writes, "according to the World Health Organization, causes 250,000 to 500,000 children to go blind...