September 23, 2020

Who Owns the Environmentalist Movement?

*Editor’s Question*: But who REALLY owns the Environmentalist Movement?

Twenty-five years ago, those who believed that Mother Nature comes first and humankind second were part of an insignificant fringe, considered radical by most Americans. These environmentalists were visible mostly at the level of the antinuclear street demonstration, where marijuana smoke wafted around “Back To Nature” posters on display. Today, however, what used to be extremist “environmentalist” ideology has become mainstream, permeating American institutions at every level, from corporate boardrooms to the Federal Reserve, the Congress, the White House, the churches, homes and schools.

Official lore from the environmental movement’s publications asserts that the movement emerged from the grass roots. The truth, however, is that funding and policy lines comes from the most prestigious institutions of the Eastern Liberal Establishment, centered around the New York Council on Foreign Relations, and including the Trilateral commission, the Aspen Institute, and a host of private family foundations.

This network of foundations created environmentalism, moving it from a radical fringe movement into a mass movement to support the institutionalization of antiscience, no-growth policies at all levels of government and public life. As prescribed in the Council on Foreign Relations 1980s Project book series, environmentalism has been used against America’s economy, against such targets as high-technology agriculture and the nuclear power industry. This movement is fundamentally a green pagan religion in its outlook. Unless defeated, it will destroy not only the economy, but also the Judeo-Christian culture of the United States, and has in fact come perilously close to accomplishing this objective already.

The vast wealth of the environmentalist groups may come as a shock to most readers who believe that these groups are made up of “public interest”, “nonprofit” organizations that are making great sacrifices to save the Earth from a looming doomsday caused by man’s activities. In fact, the environmental movement is one of the most powerful and lucrative businesses in the world today.<<<Read More>>>

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