I have always felt that “the sky is falling” Left has been absolutely shameless in their
exploitation of children as they have sought to impose their environmentalist agenda on society, culture and the economy.
The scare tactics of the increasingly radical environmentalist movement are blatantly part of the attempted indoctrination
of an entire generation.
The goal is to frighten the next generation into following the green flag of revolution without question
or debate as the assault on the Industrial Revolution picks up tempo and demands it debut on center stage.
Here are a few examples of exploited youth in the service of the Green movement.
•QUICK! Get this kid some prozac!
Upon watching this video advertisement from Greenpeace the first words that sprang to The
Beast’s mind were “Wicked creepy”. Why waste ten bucks at the local cineplex to watch the origins of Hannibal
Lechter when you can see it here for free?...What shall we call this new environmental youth-thug army this kid hints is coming?
Such efforts are creepy to say the least. Mimicking the spirit of fascism past while sounding like
the most brainwashed of Mao’s foot soldiers in the Cultural Revolution should persuade only the most gullible and impressionable
among us. Perhaps the next generation of 'brownshirts' will be cloaked in green. And while androgynous, brainwashed children
may appeal to some, the vast majority of us are caught between viewing the following as something between cute and downright
•Takoma Park's Green Young Artists
Sasha Schneer, 6, is an environmentalist. At a Takoma Park event on Saturday, he painted a
poster that said "No Cars." Above the phrase, he painted a purple car with a slash through it. "I'm trying to convince people
to stop using the products that are polluting," he said.
yes, how blessed we are to watch the rise of a modern day Luddite.
"Cars, lawnmowers, factories," he shot back.
The best response I have seen to this was from Lucianne.com:
Reply 6 - Posted by: raphaela
Great, give him a push-mower and let him mow the lawn. Make him walk a couple of miles to and from
school each day. Serve him warm drinks and turn off the a/c in the summer. Let him live like a 3rd worlder for a few years
and then go back and talk 'politics' with the squirt. I'm certain that his parents (who no doubt drive a minivan) are oh-so-proud
of the little socialist in the making.
•Little Miss Apocalypse
Mr. Suzuki's favorite candidate so far is little Gillian. She delivers the message that if
she were living on Sussex Drive, she would make some big changes "so that we don't destroy the planet with fossil fuels and
carbon dioxide." She castigates SUVs, wants to stop the tar sands, and tells the camera that "Kyoto is not enough." This Littlest
Pigovian wants to "institute a carbon tax right away." Gillian is very obviously reading from a cue card.
The video that accompanies this little brainwashing scheme can be viewed here.
The next generation is being taught that the methods used to produce electricity is evil, the internal
combustion engine is evil, the gas you put in your car and the oil used to make it are evil, plastic is evil, styrofoam is
evil, cutting down trees to manufacture paper or lumber is evil, industry and manufacturing is evil, corporations are evil,
flying in an airplane is evil, mowing your yard is evil, and that producing another generation of consumers and polluters
is evil. The list goes on and on. And it is not just these few examples that should concern us, but the fact that the same
ideological teachings that seem so extreme in the above examples are being parroted in hundreds of television programs, magazines,
classrooms and in nearly aspect of popular culture.
At some point you have to ask yourself what is the ultimate goal of such reckless indoctrination. We
can’t all go back to squatting in caves by candle light, washing our loincloths in the river or following great herds
of bison across the plains as subsistence nomads.
It increasingly appears that the ultimate objective is the hamstringing of Western Civilization. Behind
the clamoring for the reversal of the Industrial Revolution there is the effort to enact far greater governmental control
over every aspect of your daily life in the name of ‘saving the planet’, and a socialistic economic model that
takes from the ‘haves’ to give to the ‘have nots’ in the name of societal equality and environmental
necessity. All this overseen, of course, by the limousine liberal elite who are far too important to be impeded in their own
lives with the sacrifices they are asking, and increasingly requiring, of the average person. The opportunities, lifestyle
and standard of living that will suffer tremendously in the long run will be yours, not theirs.
The Watermelon Warriors may or may not have convinced you that the sky is falling and that a complete
overhaul of civilization is in order, but they are brainwashing your children to think that any and every method necessary
to ‘save the planet’ is justified.