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How Environmentalists Intend to Rule the World

How Environmentalists Intend to Rule the World

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Published by MadMonk33
Critics have long believed environmentalists were planning global domination.
The problem with making a credible case against such an ambitious plan was simple: no environmental leader had published one.
Yet conflicts over global warming, world trade, multinational corporations, population control, sustainable futures, and transnational government left little doubt that environmentalists in fact shared the unspoken aim of wielding supreme power over a green future. But there was no proof.
For years, critics, lacking hard evidence, were reduced to piecing together a jigsaw puzzle of suspicious environmentalist actions - funding from huge charitable trusts, ties to the broader "progressive" community, and dissemination of concepts hostile to American democracy - in hopes that the emerging picture would reveal a dictatorial smoking gun. Results ranged from isolated case studies to pathetic conspiracy theories. They missed the mark because there was no visible mark to hit.
All that changed March 14, 2002.
Critics have long believed environmentalists were planning global domination.
The problem with making a credible case against such an ambitious plan was simple: no environmental leader had published one.
Yet conflicts over global warming, world trade, multinational corporations, population control, sustainable futures, and transnational government left little doubt that environmentalists in fact shared the unspoken aim of wielding supreme power over a green future. But there was no proof.
For years, critics, lacking hard evidence, were reduced to piecing together a jigsaw puzzle of suspicious environmentalist actions - funding from huge charitable trusts, ties to the broader "progressive" community, and dissemination of concepts hostile to American democracy - in hopes that the emerging picture would reveal a dictatorial smoking gun. Results ranged from isolated case studies to pathetic conspiracy theories. They missed the mark because there was no visible mark to hit.
All that changed March 14, 2002.

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Published by: MadMonk33 on Jun 10, 2011
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