Changing Climate Change

 Environmentalist skullduggery continues...

Ever get a chance to see the answers for the Big Test coming up? Back in the days of the mimeograph graph machine (oh, that aroma!), finding the master in the trash was a real treasure hunt! Kinda like computer hacking today!

With “Climate Change” such a major fraud being used to bludgeon us into submitting our lives and lifestyle to a ‘new world order’ none of us voted for, I find it instructive whenever the smarmy methods of the ‘Environmentalist Wackos’ show up in ‘progressive’ alt. news sites littering the internetscape.

Here is the opening paragraph of an article that found its way into my Inbox; the title sufficiently provocative to draw me in for anticipated revelations!

There’s been a shift in how we think about climate change 

Well! I smell PROGRESS! People are starting to catch on to one of the greatest, most expensive, destructive, misleading, egregious hoaxes perpetrated on mankind, right up there with the Great Covid-19 Scamdemic. Or so I thought.

Here’s the opening paragraph

“Our actions today will determine just how bad climate change will become. But which emotions best drive a person to become politically active? Hope? Anger? Persevering through complacency? What if the fundamental challenge is actually our attention?”

What smacked your cerebral cortex harder than anything else? Being a devoted reader of BrianWilsonWrites, I’m confident you picked up on the writer’s gloomy assumption ‘climate change’ will necessarily be “bad”. Actually, that’s amusing in a contradictory way coming from a writer and web site All About Climate Change. (You’d think she’d respect what their efforts may have accomplished - if true).

I suspect you also caught the Really Big Reveal: the author’s laser focus on “emotions” to ‘drive one to political action: Hope, Anger, Complacency. This is how to change ‘climate change’ from scientific study to fear and panic, recruiting the Informationally Challenged.

There is not a single mention of fact that might enlighten the reader to the truth about ‘climate change’ rather than the ginormous con that it is. Facts that would provide a principled, informed basis to become ‘politically active’ rather than adrenalin-fueled end-of-the-world fear that converts the reader into the chowder heads who glue themselves to Interstates for attention. Obviously, spreading accurate knowledge is not the writer’s goal. Keeping the Aggressively Ignorant among the Shaking and Quaking is the end game for my lost friend, Rush Limbaugh’s endearing Environmentalist Wackos.

If you don’t have the time or inclination to slog through the aforementioned article, I don’t blame you one bit. It’s the odious part of my job, like the guy who pumps out your septic tank, to do it for you. Here are some of the low lights she and her fellow believers embrace like a $2000 hooker:

Worry is a Very Big Deal. Worry, based on fear and ignorance is a really cool way to keep someone from asking inconvenient questions, the answers to which would be instructive – but not beneficial - to the Wacko mission.

To that point, there is discussion of a hypothesis called the “finite pool of worry,”. It states that people can only handle so many negative events at a time. This “pool of worry” limits climate change devotees to only worry about a limited number of recent things that are currently top-of-mind. And that better be ‘climate change’! Not Covid, Ukraine, or your growing Visa bill. IOW, the more the MSM, Thornburgs and Al Gore-types beat the scary Drums of Doom, the more ‘worry’ is generated. Yay!

Ultimately, for the Leaders, it’s the worry the Easily Misled aren’t worrying enough. When they do, it’s the wrong kind of worry because there are too many other things to worry about that worrying about Climate Change isn’t getting the paranoid attention so desperately required to bring new recruits into the ‘pool of worry’. Got that?

Rinse. Repeat.

Eventually, the article devolves into a chat fest between two crusaders trying to noodle out the solution to the Worry Deficit among the rank and file of the newly converted and promising agnostics. What you may find interesting is how frank the two discuss effective ways to manipulate them. At least you will be better equipped to identify what that smell is coming from the TV and your local NPR station.

Knowing the game plan of the enemy is beyond instructive, it’s strategically invaluable. It arms you with the knowledge of tactics of the Other Side making your offense irresistible and defense impenetrable.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Yeah – that’s the ticket!



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