Friday, April 22, 2011

Celebrate Earth Day: Kill Yourself

Brian Sussman, a conservative pundit on KSFO radio (560 AM) here in the San Francisco Bay Area, has a column in Human Events today.  It covers the history and teachings of Earth Day (April 22), and how it is really a leftist propaganda day.  Earth Day is a day for assaulting capitalism, free markets and mankind.

Sussman tells how Stanford Professor Paul Ehrlich was one of the three founders of Earth Day.  Sussman writes:
Rounding out the troika was Prof. Paul Ehrlich of Stanford. In 1968, Ehrlich authored the Malthusian missive, The Population Bomb, in which he infamously spouted wild allegations that included equating the Earth’s supposed surplus of people with a cancer that needs to be eradicated: “A cancer is an uncontrolled multiplication of cells; the population explosion is an uncontrolled multiplication of people. ... We must shift our efforts from treatment of the symptoms to the cutting out of the cancer. The operation will demand many apparently brutal and heartless decisions,” he wrote.
Ehrlich's hatred of humans seems to be the unspoken premise of all environmentalist thought:  human beings are evil and must be tightly controlled, their numbers reduced to a bare minimum through poverty.  No doubt the "brutal and heartless" decisions Airhead Ehrlich spoke of were to be similar to those of Chairman Mao:  mass starvation of millions.  If you want to make an omelet you have to break some eggs.  Fellow eggs, take heed.

The Green movement is roughly thousands of Ted Kaczynskis, radical Luddites who want human beings to just die, so Gaia the Earth Goddess can reign supreme, making the skies, the waterways and the forests pristine and safe for squirrels, snakes and slugs.  The enemy of environmental purity is economic prosperity and the answer is widespread human poverty.  Now you know why the Dems won't let us drill in Anwar.

Read Sussman's take here. 


Always On Watch said...

I had some minor dental surgery today. Damned if I didn't see an Earth Day announcement in my dentist's office: something about how my dentist's office is doing its part to save the earth.

Not a surprise, really, as my dentist is a graduate of the Harvard School of Dentistry.

Still, I started my day in a pissed off condition.

Here's how I'm observing Earth Day: I won't put one single item in my recycle bin. All my recycles will go into the regular trash. Heh.

Stogie said...

Good show, AOW. If I had a Hummer I would drive it up and down mainstreet in Palo Alto or San Francisco with a big bumper sticker that says "Celebrate Earth Day," while smoking a big cigar.

1389 said...

I am especially offended that "Earth Day" falls on Good Friday this year.

Stogie said...

1389, it falls on V.I. Lenin's birthday as well. It always does, an this is not just a coincidence.

Bird of Paradise said...

Enviromentalists wackos so driven over the edge by ehrliches bull crap over population and his fruadulent predictions and people still listen to this idiot