Climate, Sustainable Development

 & the Rights of the Earth

Part 1 (2000-2005)


For background information, read Environment (2006-2007)

Local Agenda 21 - The U.N. Plan for Your Community

Brave New Schools, Chapter 5: Saving the Earth

World Heritage 'Protection': UNESCO's War vs. National Sovereignty

False & politicized science.


       Home ~ News Index ~  Articles (see topic: Global Management System)

"In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill...." The Club of Rome [1]  

"We have argued that the central public policy goal for environmental groups is at odds with the needs of individuals and communities. Environmental groups today seek the preservation of natural resources from human use over their protection for human use...." Robert Huberty of Capital Research Center, speaking before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Resources, May 2000

October 2005

Owls of Protest: "Two things are combining to make the spotted owl story relevant again. The first is the growing evidence that this was a terrible mistake, and that it wasn't necessarily logging that landed the owl on the endangered species list. The second is the news, belated but hopeful, that Congress is finally taking steps to reform the species law....
     "One minute, the Western timber industry was proudly tending the timber stands that had built the nation. The next minute, poof, and it was pretty much all gone! -- the owl landed on the species list in 1990, and the Clinton administration effected an 80% cut in logging on 24 million acres.... Divorce rates shot up; men committed suicide."
See  Saving the Earth


Kyoto? Mamma Mia! "The devastating hurricanes that hit the U.S. recently offered 'eco-doomsayers' ... yet another chance to lash out at the Bush administration.... As usual, the eco-doomsayers care very little for the small fact that their sweeping accusations have absolutely no basis in modern science.

     "...there is no scientifically sound link between rising global temperatures and an increase in the frequency and intensity of hurricanes. ... [A] comparable series of hurricanes of similar intensity has already been observed in 1915...    

     "...we know for certain that the impact of Kyoto on the average global temperature will be negligible at best. The U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change forecasts that without the ratification of Kyoto, the average global temperature will rise about one degree Celsius by 2050. The same panel predicts that after the implementation of Kyoto, the temperature will still rise 0.94 degrees.... 

    "S. Fred Singer -- the climatologist who developed the method for measuring the Ozone hole  -- reckons that [the rise] may be as small as 0.02 degrees. This is a difference so minuscule that our available instruments wouldn't even be able to notice it!" See Local Agenda 21 - The U.N. Plan for Your Community


The Theology of Global Warming: "The issue of climate change urgently needs to be brought down from the level of theology to what we actually know. ... The insistence that global warming is primarily the consequence of human activity leaves scant room for variation in solar intensity or cyclical phenomena....

     "Over the ages, climate has varied. Generally speaking, the Northern Hemisphere has been warming since the end of the Little Ice Age in the 17th century. Most of the global warming observed in the 20th century occurred between 1900 and 1940, when the release of greenhouse gasses was far less than later in the century. Between 1940 and 1975, temperatures fell -- and scientists feared a lengthy period of global cooling....

     " is not a matter of consensus.... Verification is more than computer simulations -- whose conclusions mirror the assumptions built in the model." (WSJ, 8-8-05)


Global warming - Science faces State of Fear: "...what has many even more upset though is the systematic manner in which Crichton attacks the science behind the global warming theory. He simply raises too many good questions, most which have been strongly asserted by respected global warming skeptics for more than a decade....

most of the warming in the past century occurred before 1940, before CO2 emissions could have been a major factor

temperatures fell between 1940 and 1970 even as CO2 levels increased

temperature readings from reporting stations outside the U.S. are poorly maintained and staffed and probably inaccurate; those in the U.S., which are probably more accurate, show little or no warming trend..."


Upsetting the ecology 'Invasive' species explored in eye-opening odyssey: "When the Australian brown tree snake entered Guam in the 1950s through a military seaport, the forces that kept its numbers in check in Australia — indigenous mites, ticks, predators, competitors and pathogens — were completely absent.... The tree snake's population exploded, with Guam's docile native bird population being its main food.

    "Many ecologists blamed the usual suspects for the bird losses: DDT, defoliants, avian malaria, suburban blight. But when a graduate student charted the spread of the brown tree snake... the picture became clear: Wherever the snake was, the birds disappeared. Nor did the snakes die when the birds died. They just moved down Guam's cafeteria line and ate geckos and skinks...." See God's Plan for the Care of His Creation


The myth of DDT versus the reality of malaria in Africa: "...contrary to expert testimony that DDT was not harmful to humans, animals or the environment, in a raw exercise of arbitrary power in 1972 the Environmental Protection Agency banned DDT, and it has continued to be banned in most of the world. Since then, more than 50 million people have died from malaria. The death toll from mosquitoes breeding in the contaminated water left by the tsunami that struck Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and many more countries on the Indian Ocean could be more deadly than the tsunami itself." See False & politicized science


Global Management & The Forces of Nature. Kyoto by Degrees: "... the case for linking fossil fuels to global warming has, if anything, become even more doubtful. The Earth currently does seem to be in a warming period, though how warm and for how long no one knows. In particular, no one knows whether this is unusual or merely something that happens periodically for natural reasons. Most global warming alarms are based on computer simulations that are largely speculative and depend on a multitude of debatable assumptions. ...

       "Prior to... 1998, all climate scientists accepted that the Earth had undergone large temperature variations within recorded human history. This included a Medieval warm period when the Vikings farmed Greenland and a 'little ice age' more recently when the Thames River often froze solid. Seen in that perspective, the slight warming believed to have occurred in the past century could well be no more than a natural rebound, especially since most of that warming occurred before 1940." See Saving the Earth


Hot Talk, Cold Science: "Singer argues that climate science does not support global-warming pessimism. Yet unless the public comes to recognize this fact, policymakers may implement massive 'carbon' taxes and other controls that put society--especially the most disadvantaged--at great risk." See Saving the Earth


Second Global Warming Treaty Makes Less Sense Than First: "The vast majority of the greenhouse gas effect — perhaps 99.7 percent — is beyond human control. There’s no direct evidence that the minuscule manmade contributions of greenhouse gases to the environment are having any measurable or significant impact on global climate.
     "In addition to the scientific shortcomings of global warming hysteria, the economic consequences of the Kyoto Protocol can be summed up as “all costs and no benefits.”

      We wrote about this back in 1990, but few believed us. We knew that the effects of human activities were miniscule compared to one major volcano spewing its gasses into the stratosphere. So we included a chapter on this topic for our 1992 book, Under the Spell of Mother Earth, but our publisher thought it best not to include it. False & politicized science


Committing malpractice on the world's poor: "Eleven million succumb annually to malnutrition and starvation, because their nations still rely on primitive farming methods and activists prevent the introduction of biotechnology that could help farmers grow more nutritious crops....

     "Danish environmentalist Bjorn Lomborg calculates that the Kyoto treaty would slash global economic growth by $150 billion a year -- to cut hypothetical temperature increases by 0.3 degrees by 2050. For half that amount, he says, we could provide clean water, proper sanitation, quality education and modern healthcare for every poor person on the planet....

      "Nowhere, though, has WHO failed more miserably to carry out its primary mission than in the case of malaria. This disease makes tens of millions too sick to work for weeks on end, leaves thousands with permanent brain damage, kills up to a million children.... After using DDT for years to control the disease, South Africa bowed to environmentalist pressure, and switched to another, more politically acceptable pesticide. Within three years, malaria shot from a few thousand cases a year to nearly 70,000."

        See the first two links on this page: Science


Data reveal cooler air, thickening ice sheets, near South Pole: "'Higher average temperatures result in the melting of glaciers, in ice being discharged into the oceans from the ice caps of Antarctica.' So stated Al Gore in his well-known book, Earth in the Balance....

    "...the journal Science... notes that new measurements taken in the West Antarctic show the ice sheet is actually thickening, not melting, reversing earlier estimates about its condition. The new measurements, taken from the Ross ice streams using special satellite-based radars, indicate the ice streams in the region have slowed or halted altogether.... This finding comes less than a week after another astonishing revelation published in the prestigious journal Nature, which reports that Antarctica's harsh desert valleys – long considered a bellwether for global climate change – have grown noticeably cooler since 1986." See Saving the Earth and the next 2 links:

Polar history shows melting ice-cap may be a natural cycle: "THE melting of sea ice at the North Pole may be the result of a centuries-old natural cycle and not an indicator of man-made global warming.... After researching the log-books of Arctic explorers spanning the past 300 years, scientists believe that the outer edge of sea ice may expand and contract over regular periods of 60 to 80 years. This change corresponds roughly with known cyclical changes in atmospheric temperature. The finding opens the possibility that the recent worrying changes in Arctic sea ice are simply the result of standard cyclical movements, and not a harbinger of major climate change. The amount of sea ice is currently near its lowest point in the cycle and should begin to increase within about five years." See False & politicized science

February 2005

The Greening of Evangelicals: "Thanks to the Rev. Leroy Hedman, the parishioners at Georgetown Gospel Chapel take their baptismal waters cold. The preacher has unplugged the electricity-guzzling heater in the immersion baptism tank behind his pulpit.... Such 'creation care' should be at the heart of evangelical life, Hedman says.... He uses the term 'creation care' because, he says, it does not annoy conservative Christians for whom the word 'environmentalism' connotes liberals, secularists and Democrats. ...

     "'The environment is a values issue,' said the Rev. Ted Haggard, president of the 30 million-member National Association of Evangelicals. 'There are significant and compelling theological reasons why it should be a banner issue for the Christian right.' ...

     "'The Earth is God's body,' Hedman said in a recent sermon. 'God wants us to look after it.'" See Church Youth Trained for UNESCO's Culture of Peace

December 2004

US fails in bid to kill off Kyoto process: "Governments from around the world yesterday narrowly succeeded in keeping the international bid to combat catastrophic global warming alive, in the face of determined attempts by the re-elected Bush administration to kill it off. ...this autumn Washington was shocked and angered when Russia agreed to ratify the protocol - completing the number of countries needed, under its complex rules, to bring it into force."

      See Brave New Schools: Saving the Earth & the next article -- by author Michael Crichton -- which shows hostility toward religion in general (including Christianity) and environmental disinformation in particular. While we don't share Mr. Crichton's worldview, we appreciate the following warning:

Science? Remarks to the [prestigious and globalist] Commonwealth Club [While secular -- even anti-Christian in tone, this speech does present some interesting facts from a globalist perspective]: "Perceiving the truth has always been a challenge to mankind, but in the information age (or as I think of it, the disinformation age) it takes on a special urgency and importance. ...
     "With so many past failures, you might think that environmental predictions would become more cautious. But not if it's a religion.... I can tell you that DDT is not a carcinogen ... and should never have been banned. I can tell you that the people who banned it knew that it wasn't carcinogenic and banned it anyway. I can tell you that the DDT ban has caused the deaths of tens of millions of poor people, mostly children, whose deaths are directly attributable to a callous, technologically advanced western society that promoted the new cause of environmentalism by pushing a fantasy about a pesticide....

     "I can tell you that the evidence for global warming is far weaker than its proponents would ever admit. I can tell you the percentage the US land area that is taken by urbanization, including cities and roads, is 5%. ... the Sahara desert is shrinking, and the total ice of Antarctica is increasing."


Study says global warming led to large extinction event: "Global warming caused by widespread volcanic eruptions was most likely the cause of the largest extinction event in history...."

November 2004

Polar Disasters: More Predictable Distortions of Science: "First, Nature magazine reports that the Antarctic food chain is all out of whack, with krill populations crashing around the South Orkney Islands because of global warming. Then a new, federally funded 'Arctic Climate Impact Assessment' (ACIA) comes along, predicting the upcoming extinction of polar bears and the death of Inuit culture. But you can breathe a sigh of relief because both of those disaster stories are critically flawed. In fact, the only real disaster they demonstrate is the disheartening decay of the peer-review process....

     "...the very same data that show a relationship between the amount of ice and the krill also show that there has been absolutely no change in the amount of ice around South Orkney Island since 1975.Why wasn't this caught in the peer review process?

    " the Pacific region bordering on Alaska and Siberia, polar bear populations are increasing. That fact did not make it into the ACIA report, but the doomsday WWF claim did." 

    Do you wonder why? Find the answer in Chapter 5: Saving the Earth (Skip down to "Global Warming" & "Politicized science")


2003 ozone hole has gone, U.N. says: "Scientists have said the phenomenon results from destruction of the gas in the atmosphere by chemical compounds such as chlorofluorocarbons released in some aerosols and refrigerants. The hole refills with surrounding ozone-rich air as temperatures rise."

     Science has never proven a "hole," but the ozone layer naturally thins every year during the southern winter when the sun's long absence prevents new ozone from being created. The main causes for increased thinning during some years are natural. Human action is miniscule compared to one large volcanic eruption.

September 2004

The Green machine: " order to hold a job or position with the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, EPA, Fish and Wildlife Service and a host of other such agencies, one must have a 'green' attitude. In other words, a kid off a farm or ranch that believes in private property rights, free enterprise, the second amendment and the Constitution of the United States could never get on the payroll of these federal regulatory agencies."


Villagers caught in GM food battle: "A conservative U.S. group attending a World Trade Organization meeting in the Mexican resort of Cancun handed out boxes of genetically altered food to peasants in the nearby village of Valle Verde in an effort to show that biotech food is safe. But Friends of the Earth environmental activists disrupted the handout, which erupted into chaos as baffled residents looked on.

     "'You are letting them starve, I hope you know that,' said Monica Gonzalez.... Gonzalez and a dozen other volunteers from the conservative Committee For a Constructive Tomorrow gave out packets of rice, sugar and other genetically altered staples in the village's main square." See Local Agenda 21 - The U.N. Plan for Your Community

August 2004

The problem with the endangered species act: "Fourteen hundred farmers owning 200,000 acres in the Klamath River Basin of southern Oregon and Northern California were denied their water rights during the summer of 2001 because of the Endangered Species Act.... Nearly $200 million of life savings and hard work were wiped out instantly as the farmers were left with essentially worthless land. They are not alone." See Food Summit Speeds U.N Agenda

July 2004

How government regulations threaten America: "Environmentalists claim that private property rights and greed are the root problem of pollution and environmental degradation. Yet, the worst pollution and environmental degradation has been on public land, water, or air - not private land. Since no one 'owns' the land, water or air, pride of ownership or sense of responsibility to care for these entities is lost....

       " ..the worst examples of this phenomenon were the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe where there was no private property, yet they had the worst environmental record in the history of humanity.... The most striking example of how socialism destroys the wealth-building capability of property is found in the developing nations of the world. In these nations, the simple act of legally transferring the title to property can take years, even decades in a sea of corruption and regulations."


Cosmic-climate study cools Kyoto: "A widely misunderstood research paper says the sun's behaviour and the Earth's position in the galaxy, not CO2 build-up, are at the root of global warming. On July 1, the prestigious Geological Society of America (GSA) released a blockbuster scientific paper that fundamentally challenges the view that carbon dioxide is the principal driver of climate change. Apart from its scientific importance, it has political implications as well, since it pulls the rug out from under the Kyoto accord."


Extreme weather on the rise: "A study released Wednesday by the WMO -- a specialized climate science agency of the United Nations -- says the world is experiencing record numbers of extreme weather events, such as droughts and tornadoes.

      "Laying the blame firmly at the feet of global warming, the agency warned that the number and intensity of extreme weather events could continue to increase. ...

       "The WMO said new analysis of data for the northern hemisphere showed the increase in temperature in the 20th century was likely to have been the largest in any century during the past 1,000 years."

       The first paragraph is true. Based on known climatic cycles and far more dependable statistics than those used by the UN to manipulate public opinion, non-UN scientists predicted the extreme weather back in the eighties. The second paragraph is propaganda: the UN presents natural weather patters as a man-made crisis in order to persuade the public to submit to unthinkable controls. The third paragraph omits the fact that most of the rise in temperature happened before the rise in the "greenhouse gasses" (which were blamed for "global warming.")

June 2004

Global garden grows greeneer: "A NASA-Department of Energy jointly funded study concludes the Earth has been greening over the past 20 years. As climate changed, plants found it easier to grow. ..."Our study proposes climatic changes as the leading cause for the increases in plant growth over the last two decades, with lesser contribution from carbon dioxide fertilization and forest re-growth," said Ramakrishna Nemani, the study's lead author...."

US faces critical gas shortage over summer: "Natural gas supplies in the US have reached critically low levels in recent months and may be inadequate to meet demand during a hot summer this year. ...The problem arose after the US government encouraged natural gas as an environmentally friendly fuel but refused to open what Mr Abraham said were about 40 per cent of the potential gas resources on federal lands."

May 2004

Middle Ages were warmer than today, say scientists: "Claims that man-made pollution is causing 'unprecedented' global warming have been seriously undermined by new research which shows that the Earth was warmer during the Middle Ages ....

     "Such claims have now been sharply contradicted by the most comprehensive study yet of global temperature over the past 1,000 years. A review of more than 240 scientific studies has shown that today's temperatures are neither the warmest over the past millennium, nor are they producing the most extreme weather - in stark contrast to the claims of the environmentalists." Saving the Earth


Putin orders the clouds not to rain on his parade: "Ten aeroplanes will take to the skies, equipped with cloud-seeding agents in an attempt to induce rain away from the city, allowing holidaymakers and visiting heads of state to enjoy dry weather below....

  "Russians take 'cloud-bursting' for granted, having enjoyed its benefits over public holidays since Stalin gave the order to research weather control in the 1930s."

      Humans may be able to draw water out of the clouds, but only God can control the oceans, worldwide evaporation, trade winds and air currents that turn water into clouds and carry it to its inland destinations. See El Shaddai and the next link:


Growing rain: "Loren Young is ready to try anything to fight the dry conditions that have reached his eastern Montana farm, and that includes cloud seeding. It's a feeling that isn't shared by many of his neighbors, who still consider it a gimmick that neighboring North Dakota used years ago to steal their rain.... 'My feeling is, it can't hurt,' Young said. 'North Dakota is doing it and they're doing fine.'"

     Actually, they are not. Many farmers are in deep trouble. If weather modification is behind the unusual deluges in some counties and the droughts in neighboring counties, it brings disaster, not delight. But that would please the environmental visionaries behind the Wildlands Project. See Food Summit Speeds U.N Agenda

March 2004

Man faces jail for killing rattler in self-defense: "A Michigan man who killed a poisonous snake he says was threatening nearby children has been found guilty of 'killing a protected reptile or amphibian without a state permit' and faces a possible jail sentence.... Galloway said he wasn't aware that it is a crime in Michigan to kill the Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake, Michigan's only venomous snake. ....'I'm stunned that the snake had more rights than a human being,' [he] said." Romans 1:18-22


Solar advocates take dim view of new fees: "Californians who recently took the trouble to put up solar electric panels expected hearty thanks from a state desperate for clean energy to relieve its strained power grid. Instead, they may be getting a bill. 'California is a leader in renewable technology, and now it's the first state to install a solar tax,' said Doug Linney.... 'If you're part of the energy solution, you're going to get dinged.'''

      See the 3rd introductory quote in Saving the Earth. The behind-the-scenes purpose of the environmental "crisis" was to justify control over "human resources" -- not to "save" the earth. When environmental idealism is not longer politically expedient, our managers just ignore it.

December 2003

Protected wolves lay waste to cattle: "100 wolves in cattle country, with a free buffet of livestock, will eat at least 1,600 calves per year, and likely many more.... USFWS, however, refuses to give the state agencies the authority to make normal management decisions..."

November 2003

Couple Hit With Wetlands Fine for Trimming Bushes: "Doug and Tammy Nicoll trimmed the bushes on their Ocean View property last fall, worried that overgrowth could hide trespassers or trip children who play on the land beside Pretty Lake....

     "To make matters worse, Doug Nicoll received a summons earlier this week to appear in court on May 7 on charges that he 'conducted regulated activity without a permit.' If convicted, he could face a year in jail and a fine of $2,500."

October 2003

Living a Sustainable Lifestyle for Our Children's Children: "Global population growth and over consumption are putting our children at risk. But many are only dimly aware of the consequences of current human lifestyles on the Earth. 'Living a Sustainable Lifestyle for Our Children's Children' shows how sustainable development is a way of changing lifestyle behaviors so there will be less impact on nature. It cuts across many concerns facing society today, suggesting how we can move beyond present risks. The book describes sustainability, clearly demonstrating how humans can find the means to coexist in a manner that maintains biodiversity, wildlands, and decent environments, while also achieving economic prosperity and equality for the present and future." Don't believe this propaganda.

Five E's Unlimited - Sustainable Development Solutions: "SUSTAINABILITY is achieved when we understand the economic, environmental, and social CONSEQUENCES of our actions and make DELIBERATE CHOICES that allow all people to lead healthy, productive and enjoyable."  Notice the social and economic emphasis.   

September 2003

Extreme cold over South Pole reveals global warming models are wrong: "A discovery that it is much colder over the South Pole than believed has exposed a major flaw in the computer models used to predict global warming, a new scientific paper claims." This is no news to those who have been reporting for years that more glaciers are growing than melting. But the media has been strangely silent about facts that contradict their ideology.  See Saving the Earth

August 2003

What's bugging the environmentalists? "Whenever I head out for an early evening walk by the neighborhood lake with my husband and toddler, we follow the same routine. Put on our shoes. Take a trip to the Blue's Clues potty. And finally: Spray....

     "...we're exercising our parental common sense. The benefits of insecticides and pesticides far outweigh their risks. This completely rational assessment, shared by a wide majority of Americans, is driving environmentalist chemophobes absolutely buggy."

July 2003

Princeton bioethicist argues Christianity hurts animals: "Princeton bioethicist and animal rights advocate Peter Singer says Christianity is harmful to animals....'One of the things that causes a problem for the animal movement is the strong strain of fundamentalist Christianity that makes a huge gulf between humans and animals, saying humans have souls but animals do not... [

      "Mr. Singer said fundamentalist Christians in this country take the Bible too 'literally' and promote 'speciesism.' He defined speciesism as a belief by humans that they are 'superior to any other being.'.... He said the Judeo-Christian ethic also teaches that humans are made in the image of God and that God has given mankind 'dominion' over animals.

       "Mr. Land denounced the claim Mr. Singer made in his book "Practical Ethics," that parents of a severely disabled baby should be able to kill the child if they think it is better that the boy or girl not live." See God's Plan for the Care of His Creation.

June 2003

How the smoke stacks of America have brought the world's worst drought to Africa: "...the cleaning of the air in the US and Europe (and the closure through economic failure of many of the worst polluters in eastern Europe) does not mean that the threat is over. If anything, it could get worse. Although Dr Roberts says he is 'cautious' about taking the interpretation of the link between aerosols in the northern hemisphere and the weather in the Sahel as gospel, he says that if it is correct, then there are other areas around the globe that could be threatened by a new wave of fossil-fuel burning. 'The emissions from China and India are rising,' he said yesterday." Does this sound a bit like the butterfly story to you?  See also the introduction to this page: Research & Science? and the next item:

Myth & Science. Butterfly 208: "There's a theory that says if a single butterfly flaps its wings in, say, China, the air disturbance may cause a storm in Nunavut, Canada a month later. If that's the case, imagine the power of your own ideas and others to help improve the quality of life in the world's 208 countries! The Butterfly 208 contest is a chance for you to create your own Butterfly effect! 208 = Number of Countries in the World Butterfly + 208 = A totally interconnected world! A world where even small actions can have a big effect." For another politically correct butterfly myths, see The State of the World according to Gorbachev

April 2003

Pollution is a sin, say church leaders at sea: "Pope John Paul II and Patriarch Bartholomew will together sign a declaration warning that the world faces an environmental and social crisis, asserting that Christians have a particular responsibility to combat it, welcoming the rise of environmental consciousness and laying the foundations for developing a joint 'environmental ethos'. Senior clerics say it is the first time that two church leaders have signed a joint declaration of action of this kind." Saving the Earth


Earth day. Winged Prince [Charles] is 'Savior of the World': The Prince of Wales is to be immortalized in bronze as a muscular, winged god dressed in nothing more than a loincloth. He will be the first living member of the Royal Family to have a life-size statue dedicated in his honor. Although the Prince is destined to become Defender of the Faith when he becomes King of England, the inscription on the statue in Brazil will honor him as 'Savior of the World.'....

     "The sculpture, which will invite comparisons with the statue of Christ overlooking Rio de Janeiro from Corcovado, is set on a marble base. At its feet is an untidy mass of human bodies, one drinking from a bottle of wine, which is said to represent the world in a mess which the Prince is busy saving....

     "Civic leaders commissioned the work in honor of the Prince’s efforts in highlighting the threat to the rainforests from global warming. ...The Prince has regularly courted controversy with his views on the environment. In 2000 he was branded arrogant and ignorant by scientists after he blamed mankind’s arrogance and disregard for the delicate balances of nature for severe weather conditions buffeting Europe." Rom 1:22-32


 Citizens of Europe are urged to go forth and multiply: "European couples were urged yesterday to start producing more babies to counter an 'alarming' rise in the proportion of old people in the continent's population. As the workforce shrinks and the number of retired people grows, the pressure on the economies of EU countries will increase. By 2050, one person in three will be at least 60 and one in 10 will be over 80. The majority will be women." See Character Training for Global Citizenship and scroll down to the section on "earth-centered values."


Earth day. Make a bid to save the planet: "Make a difference this Earth Day. Bid on the Earth Day Prius and Toyota and eBay will donate the proceeds from the winning bid to a very worthy cause: the Earth Day Network Charity. You'll... also own one of the Earth's most technologically efficient vehicles. Not to mention the good karma you'll receive...."

      If you click on Earth Day Network, notice the ubiquitous spiral in the center of the "Aboriginal Gathering." Then click on Symbols and scroll to 'spiral.' See Al Gore's Vision of Global Salvation

Earth day. "The Selling of an Energy Policy" (by Al Gore, New York Times, 4-21): "Other acts of sabotage are taking place.... Dr Robert Watson, the highly respected leader of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, was blackballed in a memo to the White House...."

     To understand Mr. Gore's hypocrisy, read Dr. Frederick Seitz's revealing statement about the distorted claims of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in Saving the Earth ("Click on UN Deception"). Then scroll down to the statement by Stanford Professor Steven Schneider. He ends with these words:

    "So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts we might have... Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest."

Citizens of Europe are urged to go forth and multiply: "European couples were urged yesterday to start producing more babies to counter an 'alarming' rise in the proportion of old people in the continent's population. As the workforce shrinks and the number of retired people grows, the pressure on the economies of EU countries will increase. By 2050, one person in three will be at least 60 and one in 10 will be over 80. The majority will be women." See Character Training for Global Citizenship and scroll down to the section on "earth-centered values."

March 2003

Churches duped by green extremists: "...churches in 21 states were mounting an all-out attack against the Bush administration's proposal to open the Arctic Natural Wildlife Refuge to oil exploration. This campaign is coordinated by the National Religious Partnership for the Environment. Few, if any, of the churches realize that the NRPE is the outgrowth of extreme ecologists who believe the Bible is obsolete, that the earth – gaia – is the giver of life, that human beings are but individual cells in the gaia organism, and that the United Nations is the evolving 'brain' of gaia." See Saving the Earth

February 2003

World forum scientists: Grim future: "...Howard Ris, President of the Union of Concerned Scientists, said climate change could well lead to future conflict as nations found themselves confronted with unmanageable new challenges. ... Climate change will become a security issue," he said. "Hundreds of millions of people will find themselves fighting new threats to survival."

        "Another threat posed by science revolves around the development of artificial intelligence which could eventually blur the distinction between humans and robots. Rodney Brooks of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said: 'It is not too far-fetched to see a situation where we put implants into our brains before too long.' ... Robots were already taking a greater role in warfare and might soon be capable of making their own battlefield decisions without human control, he said." Does it remind you of Gen 11:4-9?

November 2002

Scientists say there is no evidence of catastrophic man-made global warming (From the Fraser Institute): "The popular hypothesis that increases in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere resulting from increased industrial activity have caused global temperatures to rise over the past century and, if unchecked, will cause catastrophic warming is incorrect.... Temperature changes over the last century largely a natural phenomena." Remember the quote by the globalist elites in The Club of Rome: "In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill...." [The First Global Revolution, 115]   Some global leaders are finally willing to tell the truth about global warming. Perhaps they see less need for doomsday environmentalism as a justification for world government now that we have the threat of worldwide terrorism. See Saving the Earth

 August 2002

Group Cries Foul Over Alleged Liberal Agenda Textbooks: "According to the report, the textbooks focus mainly on social and political issues, are fuzzy on distinguishing fact from theory, citations are left out, and lack objectivity.   ...each textbook gave different numbers for the remaining size of South America's rain forest. 'Glencoe says that 75 million acres of rain forest has been destroyed, Holt says 32, Prentice Hall says 15,' Patterson said. 'None of them cite where they got the information, but in fact, according to a NASA study, 7.5 million has been destroyed.... I really don''t see any way to edit these textbooks, because their slant is so one-sided,' she said."  For more data on fuzzy politicized science, see Saving the Earth.

Who's Teaching Your Kids About The Environment? "... it's not uncommon for teachers and students living and learning in urban environments to have a difficult time differentiating between science and propaganda.... The TFF encourages teachers from both the suburbs and the inner cities to witness firsthand the workings of the forest products industry and make up their own minds about environmental controversies.... 'They all come with some degree of skepticism,' Legg said of the visiting teachers. He added that prior to their visit, teachers 'come in thinking the industry people are all a bunch of right-wing rapers and pillagers,' while the forest industry people 'think the teachers are all a bunch of liberals.'" See Saving the Earth

Federal agency's memo warned of gas additive toxicity - Congress not told of MTBE dangers EPA knew in 1987: "The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency knew almost 15 years ago that the gasoline additive MTBE posed a serious threat to the nation's water supply, according to court documents, yet the agency did not warn Congress." See Local Agenda 21

Rangers begin to unbuild, unpave national parks: "From the Grand Canyon to granite-hewn Acadia, America's National Parks have always had to balance two sometimes-conflicting goals: to provide amenities visitors want and to preserve the priceless natural wonders they come to see. In the early days, park engineers planted hotels, overlooks, and markets amid scenic areas. Today, some of those structures are treasured as landmarks in their own right. But in other cases, strained ecosystems and public outcries are prompting parks to remove buildings, unpave parking lots, and make the nation's natural paradises just a little more natural." See WORLD HERITAGE "PROTECTION"- UNESCO's War Against National Sovereignty

House to Consider Controversial Land-Acquisition Bill: "'The government really has a bad track record for managing the land that they have,' said Allison Freeman of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based advocacy group that opposes the bill. Opponents say the two biggest sticking points are the establishment of a $46.5 billion trust fund for new federal parkland and other conservation projects, and a measure that would remove the funds from the normal appropriations process in Congress and put it in the discretion of cabinet secretaries instead." See The UN Plan for Food and Land

Tiny Minnow Could Send Cattle Ranchers Out to Pasture: "The U.S. Department of Fish & Wildlife has begun designating 1,100 miles of riverbank in four states as "critical habitats" to protect the threatened shiner. Some say the minnow isn’t even a significant link in the food chain, and fishermen don’t like to use it as bait."

Rangers begin to unbuild, unpave national parks: "From the Grand Canyon to granite-hewn Acadia, America's National Parks have always had to balance two sometimes-conflicting goals: to provide amenities visitors want and to preserve the priceless natural wonders they come to see. In the early days, park engineers planted hotels, overlooks, and markets amid scenic areas. Today, some of those structures are treasured as landmarks in their own right. But in other cases, strained ecosystems and public outcries are prompting parks to remove buildings, unpave parking lots, and make the nation's natural paradises just a little more natural." See WORLD HERITAGE "PROTECTION"- UNESCO's War Against National Sovereignty

Grizzlies gone, black bears spill into new areas -- Critters beginning to explore outlying counties of [San Francisco] Bay Area: "Get used to bears galumphing into town. Recent sightings of black bears in Salinas and Carmel are no fluke, biologists believe. Over the past five years, the animals have rapidly expanded their territory around California, moving from the deeply wooded, mountainous areas into parts of Monterey, Napa and Sonoma counties."  The return of bears and wolves to national parks and non-park neighborhoods may soon erect a natural barrier that shuts people out of God's most beautiful wilderness areas. That's part of the plan. See Local Agenda 21, Part 2 -Santa Cruz -- the UN agenda being implemented in Monterey County. Some excerpts:

  • "The only fundamental way to preserve life's biological diversity is to make sure all species have appropriate habitat. For many species that means true wilderness."

  • "Promote National Wildlife Federation's Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program" to encourage everyone to plan their landscaping with the needs of wildlife in mind.

  • "Utilize all media...."

Posted in July

Rural Cleansing - Environmentalists' goal: Depopulate the countryside. "... this is the goal. Environmental groups have spoken openly of their desire to concentrate people into cities, turning everything outside city limits into a giant park. A journalist for the Rocky Mountain News recently noted that in June the Sierra Club posted on its Web site a claim that "efficient" urban density is about 500 households an acre. This, in case you're wondering, is about three times the density of Manhattan's most tightly packed areas.... Do the people who give money to environmental groups realize the endgame is to evict people from their land?"  

       Ismail Serageldin, Vice President of the World Bank, voiced the same goal during the UN Conference on Human Settlements. He said, "We should stop bemoaning the growth of cities. It's going to happen and it's a good thing, because cities are the vectors of social change and transformation. Let's just make sure that social change and transformation are going in the right direction." See The Habitat II Agenda.  

        To make sure "social change and transformation are going in the right direction," every human resource -- including you, me and the boy scouts -- must be made accountable to UN regulations for energy use, transportation, mental health and social solidarity. See The UN Plan for Your Mental Health


"The Earth Rebalanced" [no link], Wall Street Journal, 7-10-01: "Anthony Palazzolo, an 80-year old retired auto wrecker, wanted to build on coastal property in Rhode Island that he'd owned for 40 years. The problem? ... the land had been designated protected wetlands. Mr. Palazzolo's many requests for building permits were denied; he finally sued for compensation....

       "What happened to Mr. Palazzolo is an increasingly common and nefarious practice known as a 'regulatory taking.' The constitution prohibits the government from taking a citizen's land for public use, such as bridges or roads, without just compensation. But regulatory 'takings' are trickier: The state doesn't actually grab your land; it just bars you from doing anything with it. Politicians and activists groups figured out that regulatory takings were a speedy -- and extremely cheap -- way out of delivering on environmental promises." Just another end-run around the Constitution?  With most of former President Clinton's executive orders and evolving, ambiguous federal regulations in place, it is only the beginning. See The U.N. Plan for Your Community and  Federalism


Eco-theology for kids: " Greenpeace and other environmental activists who are writing classroom lesson plans these days have a bigger agenda than saving the Amazon or spotted owl. They want global collectivism. The lies about the environment are merely a vehicle to move kids closer to accepting Marxism and atheism (or, its cousin, pantheism, in which all religions are valued equally). The hidden message in the environmental movement is anti-capitalism, anti-individualism, anti-God and, ultimately, anti-America, since it's upon all these things that this country was founded."  See  Romans 1:22-32 and Saving the Earth

Posted in June

Nasa aims to move Earth: "Scientists have found an unusual way to prevent our planet overheating: move it to a cooler spot. All you have to do is hurtle a few comets at Earth, and its orbit will be altered. Our world will then be sent spinning into a safer, colder part of the solar system." Is there no end to the arrogance of mortal man? Rom 11:33-36

Intended Consequences: Thomas Sowell writes, "...there has not been a mass murderer executed in the past half-century who has been responsible for as many deaths of human beings as the sainted Rachel Carson. The banning of DDT has led to a huge resurgence of malaria in the Third World, with deaths rising into the millions....  

"The greens have likewise obstructed access to the fuels needed to generate electricity, run automobiles and trucks, and perform innumerable other tasks in the economy....

       "The time is long overdue for us to insist that they put up or shut up, in terms of hard evidence about results, rather than the pious hopes that make them feel so good." See Local Agenda 21- The U.N. Plan for Your Community

Conference highlights environmental justice: "More than 350 religious leaders participated in a recent conference to proclaim that environmental justice is a religious issue. The conference was spearheaded by the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. Religious leaders took a break in the middle of the three-day conference to conduct a rally outside the U.S. Capitol to criticize President George W. Bush's new energy plan." See Conforming the Church to the New Millennium

Posted in April

British Government Implementing UN Biosphere Plan Through the Animal Kill Zones?  "Even as British farmers are facing financial disaster, and their farms being poisoned by the burning of carcasses, environmentalist advocates are suddenly proposing a 'rewilding' of this farm land, letting it go back to Nature! ...the Blair Government seems to be implementing the U.N. Biosphere Plan." This article makes sense when you understand the UN's Agenda 21 and the radical Wildlands plan described in Food Summit Speeds UN Agenda.

Wild-Eyed in the Wilderness: "'Re-wilding' means that huge core areas in each region will be returned to prehuman conditions, connected by large roadless and unoccupied corridors maintained for migratory purposes. Extensive buffer zones will separate the completely wild areas from enclaves where humans may work and live....'Move out the people and cars,' says Foreman.... One reason to take the project seriously is the big money behind it.... Ted Turner’s foundation has been a source of heavy funding."  To see how this Wildland's project fits UN goals, see Food Summit Speeds UN Agenda. Ezekiel 14:15-16

Posted in March

Hoping For A Depression. See also The U.N. Plan for Your Community [Global management system foretold in Rev 13

Venting on Global Warming

Move a frog, go to jail?

Devouring America's Private Property. This report fits with the two below:

The Road to Eco-Serfdom

Posted in February

To understand the UN propaganda and help your children resist the deception, read chapter 5 of Brave New Schools.

No, it's "Not the time for the U.S. to rejoin UNESCO." Yet such a membership might not matter all that much. Our leaders have already implemented UNESCO's World Heritage Convention and its global education system (see  "Protection" and Brave New Schools -- "The International Agenda"). While our leaders discuss membership, its agenda is silently sliding into place.

The Crux of the Climate Policy Debate: Check this website for information on global warming. Notice the reference to Steven Schneider, then go to  Brave New Schools, Chapter 6- Saving the Earth and click on "politicized science."


Posted in January


Lights out for environmentalists

Panel finds humans responsible for warming. Don't believe it! Read the last section in "The U.N. Plan For Global Control" and see how the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) puts the UN agenda above honesty. Chapter 5 of Brave New Schools explains that agenda and shows practical ways children can resist today's pseudo-scientific environmental misinformation.  For more information, go to The Science & Environmental
Policy Project
and click on "key issues."

Clinton offers monumental protection to Western lands

Scientists Pour Cold Water on Global Warming Stats. "Global warming fanatics have exaggerated the rate of temperature rise by a whopping 40 percent, casting even more doubt on the theory that the Earth is heating up to the danger point, new studies show."  For confirmation, read how the "Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change" falsifies data to "validate" UN plans in The U.N. Plan For Global Control. For practical explanations that help students refute the environmental deceptions, read chapter 5 of Brave New Schools.

Funding the War on the American West


What Do Conservatives Want?


Clinton Steps Up Land Grab. (See also World Heritage "Protection")

[1] Alexander King & Bertrand Schneider, The First Global Revolution (New York: Pantheon Books, 1991), 115.

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