|How to be above green fanaticism on your campus|
|Written by Gabriella Hoffman|
|Monday, 20 June 2011 21:35|
They must save whales, be hippies, cuddle with lemurs, boycott meat, and defeat ‘global warming’.Sadly, eco-hypocrites Al Gore and James Cameron, and their entourage of celebrity followers have brainwashed my peers with apocalyptic rhetoric, exaggerations and lies.
Essentially, these zealots opine that the world is on the cusp of destruction due to “‘global warming’ and the continual abuse of Mother Earth.” If people don’t submit, green fanatics will do all in their power to convert skeptics.
And if that does not work they will use threats.
Take James Cameron’s words for example : “I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out with those boneheads. Anybody that is a global-warming denier at this point in time has got their head so deeply up their ass I’m not sure they could hear me.”
After meeting Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer at a Young America’s Foundation’s seminar last year, I was inspired to be more critical of ‘global warming’ and the green movement. I watched both of their documentaries—Mine Your Own Business and Not Evil Just Wrong—and saw the need to get this viewpoint out there through Facebook, articles, and other mediums. It was so refreshing to hear someone say that we were not alone in the fight to combat ‘global warming’ hysteria.
Previously, I knew cap and trade to be detrimental to the United States, but wanted to know more. Ann clarified this during a speech at Young America’s Foundation’s “Advancing Freedom” seminar last July.
"Cap and trade is an unbelievable scam. They want to punish fossil fuel companies. It will be disastrous to America," she said.
Like other campuses, my university—the University of California at San Diego—inundates students with sustainability tips, Meatless Mondays, green products, and a slew of awareness events. This university has also played host to Ralph Nader, Al Gore, and as of late, Bill Clinton and his Clinton Global Initiative University program. Unless speakers like Ann McElhinney are brought to campus, students will never hear the alternative viewpoint.
Additionally, her views on sustainability are spot on. Known for being straightforward, Ann McElhinney exposes the hypocrisy of the green lifestyle with witty remarks, anecdotes, and jokes. For example, she sheds light on how maniacal, hypocritical, and anti-human environmentalists are during speeches at campuses, events, and rallies nationwide. At CPAC 2010, Ann exposed James Cameron for being an eco-hypocrite.
She said, "James Cameron is an idiot because James Cameron makes a film where mining is evil and living in the rainforest is gorgeous. Here's my advice for James Cameron: Burn your passport and move to the rain forest. Bring your mother there!"
Watch more from her video below from CPAC 2010 detailing how deceiving and anti-American Avatar and its proprietor, James Cameron, really are.
Fortunately, a growing number of college students are rejecting this brouhaha.
John Howting, a recent graduate of Miami University in Ohio, describes the crusade to combat ‘global warming’ as one that misleads.
“First it was "global cooling" then it was "global warming"...now it’s "global climate change"... I call it the four seasons,” he said.
Justen Charters of Oregon adds that apocalyptic rhetoric makes ‘global warming’ not credible.
“The Second Ice Age was supposed to happen thirty years ago. Unless they were predicting the sequel to the Pixar film, liberals are messing up the facts again. Global warming, I mean climate change, is as much of a farce as Harold Camping's rapture prediction...”
There is a growing need for young people to expose ‘global warming’. As a result, I have been enlisted by Ann and Phelim Media, LLC, as the New Media Intern to help disseminate the truth about movement to “Go Green.” My work will range from exposing outrageous ‘green schools’ to bringing Ann McElhinney to campuses nationwide to disseminating information about our films and upcoming projects.
It is pivotal that my generation sees how nonsensical and equally farcical worshipping individuals like Al Gore and living green lifestyles really are. Be sure to check out NotEvilJustWrong.com for updates to learn how you can get involved.
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