Michigan Promotes Earth Day, Lenin's Birthday, And Environmental Fascism
Hello fellow travelers.
To start with, our budding proletariat shall make glorious propaganda!
The Department of Natural Resources, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, and Department of Environmental Quality invite students to celebrate Earth Day 2014 by competing in a Poster Contest! Judges will select a 1st and 2nd place winner from each grade – Kindergarten through 5th. Winners will be invited to receive their awards at the Earth Day 2014 Celebration!
All of the work will be subject to judging by a panel of approved party loyalists.
It is they who have the most appreciation for the struggle of the dirt. All works submitted have been duly screened for effective adherence to the cause, and those found wanting will accompany their work to Saginaw for reconditioning.
And for those of you who wish to ingratiate themselves to the future ruling class, there is plenty of sweat equity to be earned.
Residents are invited to help protect critical dune, prairie and forest habitats in southwest Michigan from Berrien to Muskegon counties. State recreation officials recently announced the April schedule of volunteer stewardship activities, which includes opportunities to celebrate Earth Day and Global Youth Service Week at state parks and recreation areas throughout southwest Michigan.
The Department of Natural Resources reminds volunteers that these workdays are a great way to get outdoors, breathe fresh air, have fun and get a bit of exercise while enjoying beautiful scenery and landscapes.
And what better way to celebrate Vladmir Lenin’s birthday than to conform to approved ideals of environmentalism and self sacrifice for the good of the whole!
In fact there should be no surprise the birthday and the mission are entwined
“It’s appropriate that the two are celebrated on the same day, because there is no relevant difference between the socialist and environmentalist agendas in this country. Saving the environment is simply a euphemism for eviscerating the rights of property owners and creating a dictatorship.
But you already know that; the purpose of this column is to illustrate how much of our current debate on a host of contentious issues can be explained by looking to the environmental movement.
Essentially, the insatiability of the environmentalists for restricting property rights is a powerful motivation for activists of all stripes to reject any initiative of their opponents, however reasonable.”
Other than one paragraph toward the bottom (about abortion) of the essay, this guy is spot on.
Fact is, our state leaders are apparently too busy to pay attention to what they are promoting. Lenin himself was often associated as being the first to use the term “useful Idiot.” True or not, it still represents the greatest descriptor to those who engage in the propaganda of a darker cause. As they pass forward the idea of environmentalism as superior to private property under a false blanket of health and necessary personal sacrifice, we cede our individual and greater stewardship to fewer and more restrictive interpretations.
Имейте чудесный день.