More and more prominent voices from around the globe are now describing environmentalism as religion. Czech President VĂˇclav Klaus, who has been called the â€śMargaret Thatcher of Central Europe,â€ť says of believers in catastrophic anthropogenic global warming:
â€śTheir ideas are the ideas of ideologues, not of scientists or climatologists. Data and sophisticated theories will never change their views. We have to accept that they have succeeded in establishing the religion of environmentalism as the official religion of Western society, as the religion which asks for a radical transformation of the whole Western civilization.â€ť...
the environmental movement has nothing to do with the environment and all to do with population reduction. its how liberals are won over to corporate globalism.
the foreign adventures movement is how conservatives are made willing to put steroids into the strong arm.
it is again agenda 21.
I think Christians need to quit letting agenda-makers set the parameters of their discussions.
because to not care about fukushima, for instance, or the effects of flouride and other toxic metals we love to pour down the hatchet, means we don't actually care about our grandkids......
but a generation that tries to eliminate its population to please the population gods,... and a generation that fills itself with toxic metals,... neither will continue on for long......
the gospel is connected to the earth.. because God made all things.. sometimes we forget that even in a fallen world, He has provided so much for us.... how much more value is a stream of fresh water and clean fish than a river of 10 headed fish (that can't breed) and wormwood water?
when I breathe, the last thought in my mind is that it is toxic, but rather praise God for the miracle of life.