Today is a good day, because Germans have invaded my country and are blocking the road. For me to live to see the day when blue-eyed blonde-haired German hysterical climate change alarmists block the A12 in the Hague warms my racist autist Nazi incel school shooter heart. They are after all our brethren people.
Once again we are marching together against international finance and the agents of the Demiurg. I would prefer it if they wore long dark coats and caps with skulls on them to illustrate the deaths already happening as a result of the climate crisis, but you have to work with what you have.
Of course we have another thing in common, in that we are both well-meaning misguided idealists who have fallen for a hoax invented by globalist billionaires. In reality, the man-made climate change hoax was invented by the Rothschilds and the Rockefeller families to tax our carbon, institute high-tech neofeudalism and justify their depopulation agenda.
Climate change is actually caused by the sun, but the Earth stopped warming in 1998. The climate change models overestimated the amount of warming that would occur, as you can see here:
Of course I have to point out that even IF climate change was not a hoax invented by globalists to tax our carbon, I would still be against the idea of doing something about it. After all, that would empower the psychopaths who run our government, whereas I would rather empower the Arab oil sheikhs who own 400 million dollar yachts, or the friendly well-meaning gentlemen who own Shell, Exxon-Mobil and British Petroleum.
In addition, the people who protest against climate change are woke. If my toddler went missing in the forest at night and someone with blue-hair and they/them pronouns offered to help me search for him, I would tell them to fuck off, because I don’t need their woke agenda shoved in my face. It’s merry Christmas, not happy holidays. And besides, there are a lot of really good memes mocking Greta Thunberg out there.
Alright well fine, that was sarcastic. I’m not one of those right-wing extremist climate change deniers. In reality, this is just a nuanced topic. I don’t deny that global warming is happening. I don’t deny that humans are mainly responsible for this. I also don’t deny that this is a bad thing. We should probably have a tax on carbon.
On the one hand, we are faced with the fastest increase in carbon dioxide seen in tens of millions of years that’s triggering a positive feedback loop caused by the release of more greenhouse gasses from the ecosystems that are dying due to the record heatwaves caused by the greenhouse gasses we have already released ourselves.
But on the other hand, we also have to protect people’s jobs. Have you ever considered how many people work in the air travel industry? And it’s not the government’s job to decide what we eat. The reality is just that we can’t change everything overnight.
If I developed COPD and my doctor would tell me I have to stop smoking, I would tell him that’s unrealistic. I would tell him that I’m going to transition to a low tar-cigarette brand, that my brain is dependent on nicotine, that going cold turkey would have catastrophic effects on my mental health and that I’m going to make use of tar-negative technologies by scientists that are being developed that will remove the tar from my lungs again.
And here’s another thing to consider. Just because we’re triggering a positive feedback loop unseen in millions of years of geological history that is leading to the catastrophic unraveling of the web of life and will ultimately culminate in billions of deaths, does not mean you have the right to block the road and stop people from going to work.
People have to get to their jobs. People have appointments they need to attend. And you blocking the road is not going to save the world. Instead of blocking the road, go find some other way of protesting that I’m also going to argue against or ideally find a form of protesting that I can simply afford to ignore.
Another thing I have to point out, is that the God of Abraham, Jahweh, made us the masters over all of the creation. Nature, was made to serve mankind. God created this world and decided two thousand years ago that it was finally time to send his only son, Jesus, after billions of people had already lived out their whole lives and died without ever hearing about the true God of the Hebrews. Fortunately I’m not one of them, because then I would have to be judged on the basis of my own behavior (yikes), whereas now I scored a get-out-of-jail free card.
Jesus promises that he would return in the lifetimes of the people he preached to. This was meant in some sort of metaphorical way of course and if Paul of Tarsus thought Jesus would return soon Paul was simply mistaken. Instead, Jesus is going to return to Earth in MY lifetime and take me away from this place.
Because God is going to destroy the whole world in my lifetime, I should not waste any time worrying about how the Western way of life is leading to the irreversible annihilation of the climatic conditions of the Holocene, an annihilation that is already leading to mass famines and heatwaves affecting the world’s poorest.
Remember, we’re told to be charitable in the gospels. We should visit Jesus in prison, we should give him food and clothing when we meet him. And we meet him as one of the least among us. He can be sitting as a homeless man on the corner of the street when you go to work. And if you pass him by without treating him like a human being, you are insulting God himself.
But that’s different from worrying about destroying Jesus’ harvest, when he is an illiterate subsistence farmer growing food in Ethiopia. I have read the gospels and I never saw Jesus say: “Do me a favor and don’t vote for some dipshit who is going to trigger giant droughts in Ethiopia by giving oil companies a green light to dump greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere.”
When did you hear Jesus say to show solidarity with climate change activists in Uganda? I never heard him say such a thing. I never heard him voice his thoughts on euthanasia, slavery or abortion either, but fortunately I have my minister to figure out what Jesus thought about that sort of stuff for me. And for what it’s worth, my minister pointed out that Al Gore has a big house and Obama even has a beach side mansion, so I think that settles it. Amen.