Monday, October 25, 2004
For those of us who also understand our accountability to our Creator, the myth of human-caused global warming raises a much larger issue. Thomas Jefferson framed this issue more than two centuries ago when he wrote: "Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that His justice cannot sleep forever."
The elegant violence of a thunderstorm offers a sobering reminder of the abrupt limits of man’s power to affect nature. As stewards of God’s creation, mankind has a responsibility to preserve the Earth — which is best done by expanding human freedom, rather than turning power over to a central governing elite.
Americans today permit the slaughter of millions of children each year by abortion. We are also complicit in the deaths of two to three million children each year in underdeveloped countries by denying them the protection from malaria that DDT provides. Will we now allow an even greater act of technological genocide?
Will we participate in a thinly disguised program of world "population reduction" through United Nations constriction of the use of coal, oil and natural gas? Are we to allow the deaths of tens of millions of people from yet another American-supported genocidal action? How much longer do we think God will stay His hand from administering the justice Jefferson feared — unless we do something to stop this pseudo-environmentalist madness?
Enemies of Humanity
The enemies of humanity are, however, not content. They want to move technology another step downward and energy production another step backward by diminishing even the use of hydrocarbon energy. To accomplish this, they have contrived three lies. These are the lies of hydrocarbon shortages, human-caused global cooling, and human-caused global warming. Their allies in the press, government, foundations and business have heavily promoted these lies over the past several decades.
-Science, Politics, and Death
The New American - June 14, 2004 - Vol. 20, No. 12
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