I hadn’t heard of Pentti Linkola before:

A Finnish environmentalist guru has gone further than any other global warming alarmist in openly calling for fascism as a necessary step to save the planet from ecological destruction, demanding that climate change deniers be “re-educated” in eco-gulags and that the vast majority of humans be killed with the rest enslaved and controlled by a green police state, with people forcibly sterilized, cars confiscated and travel restricted to members of the elite.

I must confess that I’m always rather pleased to see environmentalist nutters like this coming to light. It was only a couple of weeks ago that I learned that Charles Manson has become something of a genocidal environmental guru. With friends like these, who needs enemies?

Not so long ago, the Greens and environmentalists were regarded as good guys, gallantly fighting against money-grubbing capitalism’s rape of the earth. These days they’re increasingly looking far more nasty and thuggish and murderous than their enemies ever were. But it’s not very surprising, really. Once you’ve started worshipping the earth (or “Gaia”) as an idol, and started seeing humans as a sort of plague, then pretty soon you’re going to start advocating mass murder.

Another prominent figure in the climate change debate who exemplifies the violent and death-obsessed belief system of the movement is Dr. Eric R. Pianka, an American biologist based at the University of Texas in Austin. During a speech to the Texas Academy of Science in March 2006, Pianka advocated the need to exterminate 90% of the world’s population through the airborne ebola virus. The reaction from scores of top scientists and professors in attendance was not one of shock or revulsion – they stood and applauded Pianka’s call for mass genocide.

Not far behind them are figures like NASA’s James Hansen, who goes along with environmentalist Keith Farnish in advocating sabotage and environmental terrorism. And then there’s James Lovelock who thinks that “democracy should be put on hold” in order to confront climate change.

Linkola’s tyrannical and abhorrent belief system is merely an extension of the eugenicist doctrines being promoted by some of the most powerful people on the planet who, backed by an equally enthusiastic establishment media, are now brazenly dispensing with tip-toe tyranny…

And of course Tobacco Control is part of the revitalised eugenics movement called “lifestyle medicine”.

And the eugenics creed is inherently discriminatory and murderous. Once people start saying that there is some sort of ideal human type – non-smoking, non-drinking, athletic, and blonde -, everybody else becomes a second-class citizen, and a blemish on society that needs to be removed like an ugly wart.

I’ve often drawn parallels between global warming science and antismoking science. But perhaps those parallels were so easy to find because both are part of the same eugenics movement. They just operate on different wings. One seeks the extermination of most of the human race. The other seeks the extermination of smokers and drinkers and other “unfit” persons. It’s all one and the same thing. And both tendencies trace their ancestry back to Nazi Germany.

The fight against global warming zealots is one and the same thing as the fight against antismoking and anti-alcohol and anti-food zealots.

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8 Responses to Eco-fascists

  1. Anonymous says:

    Having picked my lower jaw up from the floor where it dropped after reading the ravings of eco-fascism, I would only add that the Nazis didn’t start it. They put into practice on a wide scale the messianic beliefs of the ‘father of eugenics’ Francis Galton and his followers. Galton even did a Mengele before Mengele was born, by experimenting on twins.
    PT Barnum

  2. Anonymous says:

    Have you researched these Fema camps the Yanks have built. What are they up to?

  3. Anonymous says:

    The true face of ‘progressive’ politics. No wonder they ordinarily hide it behind layers of newspeak.
    The thing I can never get my head around with these sorts (apart from the psychopathy) is how the thought never seems to occur that they themselves might be lined up for the chop. “What? No, no chance of that: the new world will be ordered just exactly as it is in my head.” Arrogance or what.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I quite agree Anon
    If they don’t instantly put their affairs in order and then lead by example,then its plain for everyone to see that they are all just so much hot air.
    Time the minions of TC had the courage of their convictions and stopped eating nightshade vegetables too.

  5. Frank Davis says:

    I was suggesting only about 3 weeks ago that Francis Galton may have been the Father of Pseudoscience.
    But does it go back further still? Who influenced Galton?
    When reading Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, Galton claimed that he “devoured its contents and assimilated them as fast as they were devoured, a fact which may be ascribed to an hereditary bent of mind that both its illustrious author and myself have inherited from our common grandfather, Dr. Erasmus Darwin.”
    Another man who was strongly influenced by Darwin was Ernst Haeckel, the father of ecology. who popularised Darwin’s work in Germany.

  6. Frank Davis says:

    Re: Fema
    No, I don’t know much about them. There seems to be quite a lot here and there.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Eugenics references an essay critical of Eugenics by G.K. Chesterton written in 1922:
    I haven’t read it all yet but a couple of statements particularly caught my eye:
    “Prevention is not only not better than cure; prevention is even worse than disease. Prevention means being an invalid for life, with the extra exasperation of being quite well.

    It is wrong, quite apart from the suggestion that an expert on health cannot be chosen. It is wrong because an expert on health cannot exist. An expert on disease can exist, for the very reason we have already considered in the case of madness, because experts can only arise out of exceptional things.”


  8. Frank Davis says:

    Re: Eugenics
    Thanks for drawing my attention to it. Here is, again, part of the quote from it that ianB used:
    It is not only true that it is the last liberties of man that are being taken away; and not merely his first or most superficial liberties. It is also inevitable that the last liberties should be taken first. It is inevitable that the most private matters should be most under public coercion. This inverse variation is very important, though very little realized. If a man’s personal health is a public concern, his most private acts are more public than his most public acts. The official must deal more directly with his cleaning his teeth in the morning than with his using his tongue in the market place. The inspector must interfere more with how he sleeps in the middle of the night than with how he works in the course of the day.

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