April 12, 2012
James Hansen, head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, is a global warming supporter who is calling for global taxes on carbon emissions. In the past, Hansen has endorsed environmental terrorism and genocide in the name of returning the Earth to the agrarian age.
Hansen endorsed a book by his climate change comrade, Keith Farnish where Farnish called for acts of sabotage and environmental terrorism by destroying dams and cities in order to force the coming agrarian age.
“The only way to prevent global ecological collapse and thus ensure the survival of humanity is to rid the world of Industrial Civilization . . . will die in huge numbers when civilization collapses”.
The author also says massive depopulation is a requirement for saving Earth. “In short, the greatest immediate risk to the population living in the conditions created by Industrial Civilization is the population itself. Civilization has created the perfect conditions for a terrible tragedy on the kind of scale never seen before in the history of humanity. That is one reason for there to be fewer people.”
Farnish claims that through random acts of eco-terrorism, the collapse of the industrial countries can be achieved. “Unloading essentially means the removal of an existing burden: for instance, removing grazing domesticated animals, razing cities to the ground, blowing up dams and switching off the greenhouse gas emissions machine. The process of ecological unloading is an accumulation of many of the things I have already explained in this chapter, along with an (almost certainly necessary) element of sabotage.”
The Guardian reports :
“In his lecture, Hansen will argue that the challenge facing future generations from climate change is so urgent that a flat-rate global tax is needed to force immediate cuts in fossil fuel use.”
Hansen certainly agrees with man-made climate change alarmists like Kari Norgarrd who call skeptics racists who should be drugged.
Hansen is not concerned about the rise in fuel costs due to the carbon tax. Only that this tax is necessary to save the planet.
In response to Hansen’s lecture, Physicist Luboš Motl said in a speech:
“People around Hansen have stopped interacting with scientists or sensible people in general many years ago. They’re not even trying to hide anymore that they have switched from attempts to find valid answers to scientific questions – a challenge in which they have failed miserably – to pure political activism. Hansen also wants to introduce a global government:
Under the global carbon tax proposal, the mechanisms for controlling fossil fuel use would be taken out of the hands of individual states influenced by energy companies, and politicians anxious about winning elections.
“Can you imagine how such a thing could possibly work so that it would be anything else than a global dictatorship? How would this international carbon tax agency behave if they were told the truth, namely that they’re stinky thugs and thieves who should f*ck off and who won’t be given another penny? Would they also have a police or army to fight against the dissatisfied? Does Hansen expect that individual nations will dedicate their army to an international junta whose very open goal is to cripple the nations’ sovereignty and take the power of human fates from the people, something he explicitly states? Has he lost his mind completely? If you’re a maniac who wants to get a control over the mankind against its will, you will have to shoot through all the gates yourself.”
“The comparison with slavery is particularly ironic because Hansen’s plan to introduce a global tax is nothing else than a form of slavery, a method for a self-appointed groups of alarmists to steal money from those who actually work, from those who are creating the values for mankind which often if not usually requires to emit CO2, the gas we call life, along the way, and to force them to work even more intensely in order to compensate for the money lost through the tax.”
It seems quite clear to some that Hansen and his supporters are simply using the carbon tax as a move toward global governance.
Hansen is set to make his speech on global carbon taxes after receiving the Edinburgh Medal. Another carbon tax supporter received the medal in 2012, ecologist James Lovelock who said that “democracy must be put on hold” for the sake of global warming. He also pontificated that “a few people with authority” should be given authority to oversee the planet’s management because common people lack the intelligence to run their own lives.
Climate change purveyors are relying on silencing their opponents, because their science has been reduced to bunk. They have equated global warming skepticism with racial hate speech in an effort to gain a twisted following and pit the public against itself.
Their aim is a complete takeover without the world’s consent.
Yet they are sealing their own fate. As their calls for global governance and the endorsement of violence against their opposition increase, they are setting themselves up for their own demise.
And that end is coming with massive arrests, trials, and imprisonment.