Enviros: Get Rid of People Who Don’t Reduce Carbon Emissions

by Daren Bakst on October 5, 2010

in Blog

A video by a group called 10:10, shows the environmental wackos for exactly who they are: environmental wackos.  The group has just apologized (kind of) for the video.

The video is graphic, so don’t watch it if you think you won’t like seeing exploding bodies.

The video shows three scenarios where individuals are asked to cut their carbon emissions.  When some of the individuals refuse, they are blown up (including children).

At first, I thought this was a satire of extreme environmental pressure groups–then I realized this actually is a video by environmental wackos showing their true colors (and spoofing themselves without realizing it).

More troubling though, it is a message consistent with many of the enviros who believe in population control–get rid of the humans who won’t do their part to reduce carbon or who use too many precious resources.  It makes it very difficult to just say it was a “joke” when the message about population control is consistent with the environmental extremist message.

There appear to be many businesses, educational institutions, and individuals associated with this group, such as Sony.  They may want to reconsider this support.

Russell C October 5, 2010 at 11:49 am

I refer to the awful 1010global video at the end of my 10/4/10 American Thinker article, “The Curious History of ‘Global Climate Disruption'” http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/10/the_curious_history_of_global.html

In a way, Science Czar John Holdren’s efforts over a decade ago are in a straight line to that ‘detonate non-AGW believers’ video – the basic idea being “don’t defend the science, just make sure nobody trusts skeptics by ANY means possible.” Here, they suggest in ironic fashion that nonbelievers are under “no pressure” to change their ways, but everyone knows they mean to apply as much pressure as possible through orwellian-style intimidation.

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