Radical Environmentalism: The Religion of the Faithless

Published on February 19, 2013

800px-Global_warming_vs_dharma_coolingby Robert Yoho
Clash Daily Guest Contributor

In 2000, Al Gore came within a whisker — or within a hanging chad — of becoming president of the United States.

In a perfect world, that would have been the last we would ever see of the former vice president.

However, as we all know, the world isn’t perfect and Al Gore will NEVER go away!

Recently, Gore sold his television station Current TV to Al Jazeera, which is the network mouthpiece of radical Islam.

In fact, the former vice president refused to sell the station to Glenn Beck, who obviously doesn’t agree with the politics of the former vice president.

Instead, Gore would rather add to his vast fortune by dealing with those who routinely seek to kill Americans and make their money on the oil trade, an industry to which Gore has routinely dedicated his life, and enriched his coffers, in the attempt to destroy.

Gore has long been an advocate of extreme environmental policies which could best be described as a religion, a faith which doesn’t name the Lord as its source of worship.

The radical environmental movement used to be the last refuge for the aging, rock-throwing Marxists of the 1960s.

Unfortunately, Americans have so long been the brainwashed victims of these ideas that were once considered kooky, they no longer recognize their emergence and transformation into the dangerous and evil policies they have become.

Beside the fact that the United Nation’s policies would devastate our economy, destroy our national sovereignty, and place American workers on the unemployment line, it is also bad science that seeks to removes all choices about where you will live, what you will eat, and what you will become.

Al Gore, the Obama administration, and their like-minded fools in the United Nations are pursuing Agenda 21, a radical, frightening, and ultimately evil course of action also known as “sustainable development.”

And, no, this is not the stuff of doomsday bunkers and black helicopters, but reasonable and rational people certainly have every reason to fear it!

Sustainable development is real and researchable. You can go to YouTube and watch our nation’s congressmen discussing it on the floor of the House.

Like a pandemic, it has permeated every nook and crevice of society and is nearly as hard to eradicate. You will find it contained within every level of our government, federal, state, and municipal.

As one of the two or three American citizens who can actually say that I have read Gore’s book, “Earth in the Balance,” I think I am uniquely qualified to comment on his radical faith of the faithless.

One of the biggest problems with the concept of global climate change and the ideas of those who seek to fix it is that their solutions are a shining monument of man’s supreme vanity and need for self-worship.

My opposition to the idea of global climate change is primarily based on my belief in a Divine Creator, who made the universe and everything in it.

Including us.

In his book, Al Gore refers to early man as little more than primates, something which came down from the trees. And this belief is entirely consistent with all of the scientists who embrace this theory of global climate change.

Perhaps they are primates. These scientists and the advocates of global climate change cannot truly believe in and worship the God of Heaven.

In order to accept this theory, you must also believe that the earth, the marvelous creation that we occupy and enjoy was simply a random act of fate. And that is an idea which requires much more faith than those who accept the Scriptural version of our origins!

Moreover, if you truly believe that man and the world in which he dwells were created, then you cannot believe that an omnipotent God would be surprised by anything that man has learned or created.

Would an all-powerful God who spoke the world into existence really need the puny assistance of mere mortals? Would He also need our help to repair the problems that He obviously failed to predict?
Of course not.

The same scientists who want us to believe that we are little more than animals ourselves, these same scientists want us to believe that we, who are random acts of fact, have the power and intellect to fix the environment.

That is not science. That is not logic or reasoned thought. That is vanity and self-worship.
Perhaps, worst of all, it has become the religion of all those who hate God.

Above all else, we need to realize that the great Creator doesn’t need our help to fix the mistakes He didn’t make.

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get-attachmentR.G. Yoho is a writer and author of six books.