Thursday, December 17, 2009

Behind the Green Door at Copenhagen

As Copenhagen descends into frosty Abaddon for the irrational climate crazies, a carnivalesque side show of bipedal polar bears and hemp-wearing harbingers of climatic doom, the veil is slowly being lifted on the ringmasters of the carbon-centric global warming charade: World communism.

At this worldwide festivus of colossal frauds, an unholy alliance of lab-coated scientists, eco-fanatics, globalist oligarchs, and political frontmen have congregated and are being chauffeured to quixotic colloquiums like, "The Coming Climate Apocalypse: How Windmills Can Save the World," and "Polar Bears and Penguins - How Cuteness Can Overcome Rational Argument." Yet such bon-bons of buffoonery should not lead us to commit the fatal error of complacency.

The multi-faceted nature of the coalition of freaks, creeps, and geeks gathered at their mecca of environmental madness has distracted attention away from the socialistic nature of their agenda. This is ostensibly because the spectacle of leftist moonbats demanding "environmental justice" for manmade global warming while huddling in a blizzard provides some weight to the "not evil, just wrong" (or more fittingly, "not evil, just stupid") narrative. (As a side note, perhaps the mad geniuses intent on running the industrial economies of the world might want to re-schedule their pagan sacrifice until after the winter solstice.) We might therefore falsely conclude that the acolytes of the manmade religion of Al-truism may be gullible, but certainly they aren't nefarious.

But then a tinpot dictator from the Third World was greeted with all the fanfare of a saviour, and as he spoke, the masque of the red death was lifted. Here is the cheeky chinchilla lookalike in all his kitschy glory:

When he said there was a “silent and terrible ghost in the room” and that ghost was called capitalism, the applause was deafening.

But then he wound up to his grand conclusion – 20 minutes after his 5 minute speaking time was supposed to have ended and after quoting everyone from Karl Marx to Jesus Christ - “our revolution seeks to help all people…socialism, the other ghost that is probably wandering around this room, that’s the way to save the planet, capitalism is the road to hell....let’s fight against capitalism and make it obey us.” He won a standing ovation.

If that wasn't enough to give suburban soda-pop recyclers pause, the cavalcade of communists was punctuated by a visit from the head honcho of hyper-inflation, the mass murdering madman from Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe:

“I have been reading some of the slogans painted in the streets [outside the conference venue]. One said, ‘Don’t change the climate, change the system.’ And I bring that on board for us – let’s not change the climate, let’s change the system. And as a consequence, we will begin to save the planet. Capitalism is a destructive model that is eradicating life, that threatens to put a definitive end to the human species.”

Thus it is apparent that behind the green door of environmentally friendly initiatives like carbon credits and "green jobs" is a red marxist plot of strangling capitalism and sowing the seeds of dictatorship. This comes as no revelation for those of us somehow able to retain the faculty of reason despite the pontification of professors and prophets intent on baptizing the uninitiated in whirlwinds of tempestuous fire. Miraculously, some of us have been able to escape the insanity relatively unscathed; most saliently by engaging our minds and asking the simple question, "Cui bono?" or "Who benefits?"

It can therefore on economic grounds be disputed that the cockamamie climate change hoax is perpetrated by idealistic communists, and instead is being pushed by fascistic oligarchs in the interest of forcing open a new "market" with government-induced theft. After all, this is a fair description of the current debacle of a healthcare "reform" bill in the U.S. senate, which makes it a crime not to purchase government-approved health insurance.

But the relationship of communism to fascism is symbiotic; communism is the window dressing for the unabashed power grab that results from the implementation of marxian principles. Since marxism is detached from reality, no "withering away of the state" ever ensues or can ensue from a "dictatorship of the proletariat." Politically, chaos is the midwife of dictatorship.

The particular manifestation of the doctrine of economic and political madness is therefore irrelevant to the left. An Inconvenient Truth can easily be renamed The Climatologic Manifesto. What is important to the myth-makers on the nihilistic left is that the narrative is believable. This is where the manmade global warming theory falls apart under scrutiny; and why Climategate deals an almost mortal blow to a peaceful eco-fascist movement.

The numerous examples of communism leading to fascism in practice (meaning the control of property by the state and the integration of all spheres of life, including the social, political, and the private) blows to pieces any plausible deniability that the warm-mongers in Copenhagen might make claim to, such as the cover that they are simply misguided miscreants. Wealth redistribution of the kind proposed in Denmark is just another way for the state (or world government as the case may be) to decree that we are going to control who gets what, when, where, why and how, and of course, we're going to get ours.

We must be aware that neomarxism is the tacit rubric for dozens of fringe "critical theory" movements, including radical environmentalism. While we must take the lesson of eco-fascism deadly seriously, if Climategate and the actual climate data are somehow able to kill this totalitarian movement, we must certainly count that there will be another leftist movement that will take its place. We must be vigilant and armed with the knowledge that the neomarxist hydra has many heads, and at the heart is critical theory.

So while the communist chameleon will go to war wielding many chimeras, it is the job of real men of science and reason to be right there to expose each and every one. But until we get ideological in our reading of altruistic justifications for enhanced state power, ours will be a perpetual pitched battle with collectivist totalitarianism in various guises.

1 comment:

Reaganx said...

=quoting everyone from Karl Marx to Jesus Christ=

I'd put a BIG emphasis on the latter.