Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Thought Police In The Climate Movement

By Chris Rossini

Butler Shaffer nailed it when he said: "The environmental movement is little more than a secular religion made up of members of the faith I describe as Gang Green."

Members of this religion have become increasingly impatient with their progress. They despise anyone who questions their faith. Last year, Paul Krugman delved into what may happen to the doubters in the afterlife:
You can deny global warming (and may you be punished in the afterlife for doing so — this kind of denial for petty personal or political reasons is an almost inconceivable sin).
Well, Robert Kennedy Jr. (who apparently is one of the most vocal members of Gang Green) has no time to wait for the afterlife. He wants skeptics to be punished now, and as we all know, The State is the most popular way to use violence against people who disagree with you:

What is a "skeptic" anyway? Google says that it's "a person inclined to question or doubt all accepted opinions."

In other words, a person who merely has a thought that may stray from what is considered acceptable!

Kennedy wants laws to punish thoughts? Is that possible?

Unfortunately, in a country that has become adrenalized with political correctness, I guess anything is possible.


  1. As has been noted on many previous occasions by others, this type of individual could be described as green on the outside but red on the inside.

  2. Can someone explain this? Some people say there has been no global warming in almost two decades. Yet others say that the oceans are warmer. Who is right? Or are they both right in their own way? Confused = me.