The antihuman dogma of radical environmentalism reaches the apex of insanity with the global warming hoax, according to which all productive human activity is hurtful to the planet and therefore must be suppressed. This ideology is so profoundly hostile to the human race that it makes Nazism, Islam, and even communism look downright benevolent by comparison. If they were able to acquire the political leverage, there is no extreme of repression that should not be expected of environmentalists. Listen to the noises coming out of them already:
On May 19, PBS’ “Moyers & Company” played a clip of scientist, David Suzuki, calling for politicians skeptical of man-made climate change to “be thrown in the slammer.” [One] day later, a tweet by well-known alarmist Michael Mann suggested that skepticism could be a “crime against humanity.”
They aren’t the first to think along these lines.
On March 28, 2014, the popular website Gawker’s Adam Weinstein declared “Arrest Climate-Change Deniers.” Weinstein explained there was “clear precedent” to “punish the climate-change liars.” He was very specific on who should be jailed, as well. Weinstein clarified that the “man on the street” is innocent but just “too stupid.” Instead, he focused on “Rush and his multi-million dollar ilk” and “Americans for Prosperity.”
James Hansen, a former NASA scientist and prominent climate alarmist, made a speech in 2008 calling for the imprisonment of oil and coal executives. He said “these CEOs should be tried for high crimes against humanity and nature” before fearmongering over “continually shifting shorelines” and a “more desolate planet.”
In 2006, David Roberts of the alarmist website Grist.org called for extreme punishment. Grist, which has featured major interviews with both former Vice President Al Gore and PBS’ Bill Moyers, called for “war crimes trials for [climate denying] bastards.” He escalated that threat, calling specifically for “some sort of climate Nuremberg.”
Eleven people were sentenced to death at the Nuremberg trials.
Dr. Robert Nadeau, founder of the George Mason University Global Environmental Network Center, wrote “Crimes against Humanity: The Genocidal Campaign of the Climate Change Contrarians” on April 5, 2014. In this article, he declared “There Ought to Be a Law” against climate skepticism and explored two different international laws that ought to be used against climate skeptics. …
In a meeting of Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs on Feb. 13, 2014, history professor Dr. Naomi Oreskes suggested that skeptics could be arrested under international law, without any outrage from her audience. Only two years earlier, in 2012, University of Graz, Austria musicology professor Richard Parncutt said that “the death penalty is an appropriate punishment for influential G[lobal] W[arming] deniers,” according to WND.
You know liberal academics aren’t calling all the shots quite yet, or the first of the shots would be fired through the heads of those calling attention to the phoniness of the global warming hoax.
On a tip from Red State. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.