Most Influential Environmentalists Share Mass-Murder Advocating Green Nazi’s Philosophy
The “power and the money” in the U.S. and Britain have the inclination and the ability to set Linkola’s nightmare fantasies into motion
Monday, Sept 20th, 2010
Our detailed report today on the now openly active and growing eco-fascism movement, and in particular Finnish “philosopher” Pentti Linkola, exposes a savage and despotic side to the environmental agenda.
As an addendum, it should be re-emphasized that Linkola’s ideas are not the ravings of some lone nut living out his numbered days in a field in Scandinavia – they are shared by groups that have far reaching influence over public policy, as well as those who have the power and the money to implement such hellish agendas.
In a piece highlighting Linkola’s twisted ideas, The Guardian’s Micah White recently wrote:
“It is time to acknowledge that mainstream environmentalism has failed to prevent climate catastrophe. Its refusal to call for an immediate consumption reduction has backfired and its demise has opened the way for a wave of fascist environmentalists who reject democratic freedom.”
White is in the right ballpark here, but he does not grasp the key factor – mainstream environmentalism has its roots firmly within such extremist agendas, not the other way around as he describes.
Anyone who has researched the origins of the first Earth summits, Maurice Strong, Al Gore and the Club of Rome clique that popularized the modern day environmental movement will know this.