Proselytizing The Climate Religion To Young People

ScreenHunter_3151 Sep. 28 09.02Climate change finds a place in faith

I attended NAU for a year and lived in Sedona for several years. In 1980 the ski area had twenty feet of snow on the ground. Other years they have almost none. The climate there changes every few weeks.

Note the climate destroying fireplace in the background.

h/t to Dave G

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15 Responses to Proselytizing The Climate Religion To Young People

  1. Dave N says:

    Too late: Climate alarmism has been a religion for some time

  2. emsnews says:

    Well, the darlings from my former home state of Arizona must have done something right, rain is falling like crazy there and it is cooler than normal! 🙂

  3. omanuel says:

    Joseph Stalin built totalitarian control of the whole USSR before WWII, as George Orwell recorded in “Animal Farm.”

    In 1946, George Orwell started writing a warning to the public – “Nineteen Eighty Four” – A new form of tyranny will rise from the ruins of WWII. Why?

    The answer will be obvious when we finally realize the real winner of WWII: Joseph Stalin !

  4. Billy Liar says:

    When are they going to make it an official religion; swap God for Gaia and all become Gorean Ministers?

    • omanuel says:

      That is their goal. Totalitarian world leaders cannot acknowledge a Higher Power.

      Each one plays the role of God!

      That is why they will be defeated, not by me or you, but by TRUTH:

    • Gail Combs says:

      Billy they (Maurice Strong and Co.) are working on it. SEE: ONE WORLD RELIGION: The Aspen Institute and The Club of Rome

      Hanne, Strong’s wife, likes to tell the story of how in 1978, a mystic informed the Strong that “the Baca [ranch] would become the center for a new planetary order which would evolve from the economic collapse and environmental catastrophes that would sweep the globe in the years to come.”


      Designing Environments for Innovation
      Washington D.C. and Crestone, CO.

      About the Crestone/Baca Community

      …In 1988, Hanne and Maurice founded the Manitou Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization, to provide land and financial support to qualified spiritual organizations, earth stewardship programs, and related educational opportunities for youth and adults. To date, the Foundation has granted land to the Baca Center for High Altitude Sustainable Agriculture; EDUCO, a youth leadership and Earth Restoration Corps training center; Mangal Shri Bhuti (Nyingma Tibetan Buddhist lineage); SUBUD (which utilizes environmental and sustainable technologies for building and agriculture); Naropa Institute; and Yeshe Khorlo, a Bhutanese Tibetan retreat center. Applications for land grants from a Shinto organization, a Gelugpa Tibetan monastery, Zorastrian, Kriya Yoga, and a Native American group were under consideration as of 2000.

      The Crestone/Baca community of centers of the world’s religious traditions is currently the largest intentional interfaith ecumenical community in North America. The Foundation has also instigated its own solitary retreat hermitage project, providing the opportunity for individuals to focus on their contemplative practices….

  5. Aard Knox says:

    That climate destroying fireplace appears to be burning wood which is made from solar energy, collected by the world’s best solar panels — tree leaves.

  6. emsnews says:

    That is a STUPID fireplace. Inefficient.

    My wood stoves are very efficient. Generates maximum heat from minimum wood. If the wood is exposed, all the air is pulled out of the room and goes up the chimney as does 80% of the heat or worse.

    Really dumb fireplace which is ‘decoration’ not ‘heating’ By the way, on my mountain it is often below zero F. Open fireplaces are really bad.

    • Gail Combs says:


      That is why we installed a woodstove in our fireplace. It was in the basement. We cut a hole in the floor over the stove and put in a nice decorative brass grill. Then we opened the basement door at the other end of the house and the stove heated the whole house. (We lived in NH at the time)

      The idiot contractor who built our home in NC put in the heat exchangers where the chimney should have gone.

      You would think when you have them put in extra footings to hold the stove they might have a clue that you want to put in a chimney on the other side of the wall.

    • DedaEda says:

      No matter what you have, wood burning produces more pollutants than fossil fuels.

    • there is no substitute for victory says:

      Tell it to DHLS when they come to take you away. New wood stoves are now Verboten.

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