Saturday, March 26, 2011

Earth Hour: A Despicable Hoax

Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

Nothing embodies the corporate hijacked environmental movement more than the despicable hoax that is "Earth Hour." Once a year, we are bombarded worldwide by a feel-good advertising campaign on TV, radio, billboards, fliers, in the newspaper and in every other conceivable way for an event that involves turning off the lights for one hour per year, to "take a stand against climate change."

Not only has science failed to prove that anthropogenic climate change is happening - to the extent proponents like the White House's John Holdren have relabeled "Global Warming" to "Global Climate Change" to the now most ambiguous version, "Global Climate Disruption," but the evidence suggests that the "scientists" peddling this theory have defrauded the public again and again. Worth noting, is that John Holdren himself is a creature of Harvard's Belfer Center, which is named in fact, after corrupt oil tycoon Robert Belfer. Much of the policy coming out of the Belfer Center ends up in front of delegates attending the very fraudulent and ineffective climate change summits held, most recently in Copenhagen and Cancun.


The Corbett Report breaks down "Climate Gate."


When we look at say, Earth Hour's corporate sponsors, or the WWF's corporate sponsors, or the myriad of banksters and oilmen that steer climate policy centers like Harvard's Belfer Center we should realize that not only has big oil and the rest of the corporations defiling the planet hijacked environmentalism along with multitudes of well-intentioned activists, but these corporate interests are using it to defile the planet and its population further, only now with a perceived moral justification.

Could we expect anything less from an organization so large, with so many corporate affiliations?

The proposed solutions of course, involve greater consolidations of power in the government's hands to solve these problems - the solutions being carbon taxes that get paid directly to private bankers, rules, regulations and laws that only megalithic corporations can afford to comply with thus shutting out competition, and a laundry list of other non-effectual solutions that only empower the very corporations that have caused real, verifiable environmental damage.

Deutsche Bank's "Carbon Clock." The very idea that bankers,
perhaps the most universally recognized mongers of greed
and human misery, actually care about the environment is
ridiculous. When you consider Deutsche is one of the "leading
participants
" in the carbon credit market, then it makes sense.

What about real environmental hazards? How about the unfettered nuclear industry, depleted uranium being dumped over the ever expanding theaters of conflict the West is engaged in, or the genetically modified plants and animals that are displacing and corrupting the natural species that inhabit this planet? Or how about the ineffective, logistical & petroleum intensive mega-agricultural industry, poisonous herbicides and pesticides dumped onto our food by companies like Monsanto, free-trade that sees tons of diesel fuel burned to bring plastic trinkets from Chinese factories to America's shores, and the list goes on ad infinitum.

Real solutions generally don't involve corporations or government, in fact, as a necessity must exclude them. The marriage between corporate interests and government regulations should be something all of us can agree on, regardless of where we sit on the political spectrum.

Real solutions involve a real education in science, technology, design, and manufacturing. This empowers people in all levels of society to accurately assess problems and apply local solutions. This, coupled with modern manufacturing technology enables more to be done on a local level, short-circuiting the petroleum intensive logistical chains WWF sponsors like Walmart couldn't live without.

Organic farming on a local level coupled with local farmers' markets eliminates entirely the need for Monsanto poison, fertilizers, and genetically modified franken-crops, along with the replacement of the petroleum intensive logistical networks that distribute big-agri's products.

In fact, when you think about it, almost all of these real solutions involve real community and local action. These are not solutions that involve policies, taxes, and regulations, but rather technology, education, constructive, pragmatic, technical solutions that not only would make our environment more livable, but make our local economies and communities more viable and self-sufficient. The catch is, and the reason why this isn't being done, you will notice that none of these activities require WWF sponsors like Walmart, Nike, IBM, Toyota, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, HSBC, Citi, IKEA, Nokia, etc.

Does it make sense then, to see why real problems and their solutions have become the target of hijackers like the corporate conglomeration that is the WWF? Does it make sense to see them offering "alternative" centralized, corporate dependent solutions that replace local activism?

Please investigate for yourself, WWF's corporate sponsors and see how many of them end up on this list, "Naming Names," which exposes the corporations and special interests that keep us at perpetual war and on the edge of financial ruin.

Do we honestly think that these corporations care about the responsible stewardship of the planet? Do they care about people? Do they care about the environment? Are they not at the center of the most horrific scandals, atrocities, and wars of our age? If you care about your environment, do yourself a favor, keep your lights on during the next "Earth Hour", and do some reading on how you can empower yourself, your community, and become independent from the petroleum hungry, world ravaging corporations that are promoting their version of "environmentalism" through hijacked organizations like the WWF. They have created in their own image a human-hating Malthusian religion of servile obedience to a world government that "promises" to fix the problems they themselves have created.

Let's be smarter than this, let's look past the slick public relations stunt that is "Earth Hour," and look around locally at real solutions. Think and act locally. You know what's wrong with your hometown and most likely you know how to fix it. Most importantly you and your neighbors can see it is in your best interest to do so, and it doesn't require charlatans like Al Gore to hold your hand, paying him carbon taxes while you do it.

For more on real solutions that not only promote freedom and liberty, but give us the tools to create cleaner and more efficient technological solutions locally please read on:

Self-Sufficiency
Alternative Economics
The Lost Key to Real Revolution
Boycott the Globalists

Tony Cartalucci's articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at 
Land Destroyer Report.   




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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Above article says it all!

Italics Mine said...

Earth hour isn't a mandated celebration, but it will be once the power and the glory is in their court.

Anonymous said...

WOW.....incredible article and so well written. I had no idea what was actually behind Earth Hour. Thank you, Tony. Please keep up the good work since people like yourself make a real difference in these times.

Anonymous said...

Plus these people never mention Weather Manipulation via Chem Trails and HAARP.

Anonymous said...

Thinking and acting locally is the key. I've been trying to tell people for years that real solutions to real environmental problems must start with ourselves and then within the local community working together. Sure, large environmental problems may initially require larger organizations or governments to step in temporarily (i.e. Nuclear issues, etc), but the stewardship of the land (and sea) must be given back to the network of local communities. The strength of a community is built upon the solid foundation of self-sufficient, self-actualized individual. We as human beings are, in a sense like the "borg" from Star Trek who need both flesh and mechanisms to survive: We need both individualism and community (of individuals) to survive.
Thanks for a great article.

Anonymous said...

Japan is having "Earth Hours".
Amazing that the Co2 weirdos still try and push this crap when they are dumping depleted uranium on the middle east and Japan is really killing themselves and the planet with the Queen's uranium.
Just goes to show you that Royal inbreeding is a bigger danger than the Co2 in your Pepsi bottle.
PS Good article !
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Dec 28, 2009 ... The Queen's favorite American buccaneers, Cheney, Halliburton, and the Bush family, are tied to her through uranium mining and the shared ...
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Anonymous said...

I used to fall for the Earth Hour thing, how wonderful it was, but Obama taught me that even the best and most eloquent of scumbag politicians are still at the end of the day, lying pieces of sh** ... yes THEY really care about us humans... spraying chemtrails over us all to make us sick and get us to spend billions on pharma drugs to try get well again... to lacing our foods with known neurotoxins which destroy our health aka no 951 aspartame... to indeed HAARP faked and disgustingly cruel created earthquakes and weather manipulations, to using Grey aliens to trigger volcano's and more earthquakes where and when they can... how much longer will we endure the illuminati and their lies and cruelties ???

Max said...

@ Anon (9:35pm) - I was just thinking as I read this article what hand HAARP may have in the changing climate over the last fifteen years. And you're right, it's never mentioned - most people wouldn't have a clue that this crazy weapon is potentially messing with our planet.

By the way, great article Tony...

Anonymous said...

Anon @9:35 said: "Plus these people never mention Weather Manipulation via Chem Trails and HAARP."

Right you are about chemtrails (in fact, these people now tell us that chemtrails come under the official heading of "geoengineering"; one purported goal of which is to reverse global warming). They've also looked the other way for more than a century while the Menhaden reduction industry brought the menhaden fisheries along the entire Eastern and Gulf coasts to near-collapse--even though those supposedly in control of our national fisheries, the NMFS (now, NOAA) knew all along that the menhaden is at the base of the coastal marine food-chain and that many coastal marine species either directly or indirectly subsist on menhaden. The result is that coastal waters that once teemed with food fish are now almost devoid of them. Now, who are the players in the menhaden reduction industry? Today, just one company has a complete monopoly on this industry. This company is Omega Protein, headquartered until just recently in Houston, TX. Omega was spun off from none other than George Bush Sr's old Zapata Offshore Co. and was originally named Zapata Protein. If Halliburton is shown to be at all responsible for the BP disaster--and I believe that they were somehow involved with the blow-out equipment that failed--then what a coincidence that two companies having direct ties to George Bush Sr. and Dick Cheney happen to be involved in separate events that lead to near large-scale depletion of coastal marine food fish species (or at least limiting our ability to consume them)! Again, where are the top level environmentalists today regarding the menhaden reduction industry's having caused near collapse of the menhaden fishery (and thus other dependent fisheries)? Where would we expect them to be on this issue when in fact the conservation movement in the U.S. was initially established in order to "protect" the menhaden fishery in the years following the Civil war and it has done NOTHING except be supportive of the menhaden reduction industry ever since (the government has even helped subsidize the industry)? Mark my words, this is a set up folks and the BP disaster is nothing more than a continuation on that same theme. The NWO role of Omega protein is to maintain menhaden populations at near collapse over the long-term in order to maintain dependent food fish populations accordingly. Implement this same strategy for other ecosystems and certainly you get the picture... For more on the menhaden saga, read "The Most Important Fish in the Sea" by H. Bruce Franklin.

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P.S. Great article. And you even mention "Malthus". Wow!

Anonymous said...

I knew it, what do u expect from them???

Saralin said...

yes, the carbon-trading is a joke, it's like destroying a wetland and building one somewhere else... it doesn't work like that. however, regardless of how Earth Hour was started, I've had powerful experiences during this hour of stillness, unplugged from the alternating currents that disrupt physiological processes. We have the power to claim for ourselves and use to our own advantage the things that are injected into our sphere. I don't care who started it. Earth hour gets people to stop and think in solidarity. I for one think it has backfired. People with a moment to meditate can peek behind the veil and see what solutions have been lying just beyond their periphery for so long.

Baruch said...

To whatever extent humans are or are not responsible, and I think we are a significant part of the mix, climate change is occurring. If you travel, if you know people around the world, you can easily get endless amounts of anecdotal evidence that things are changing. It's not an ideological issue, it's what's happening in front of us. "Climategate" has proven to be a drop in the bucket when it comes to scientific evidence of climate change, yet is has been seized upon as if it represents proof that climate change is not happening. It doesn't. I know it is comforting to many to choose to believe that everything can just keep going along as it has, except that it isn't. That's a myth. As humans (yes humans) have polluted the planet we see in creasing levels of toxicity in our bodies, in all life forms. We see extinctions occurring at an increasing rate. Yes extinctions are normal, but at this rate? We are moving into what is called a "mass extinction event" where so many species are dying off at the same time, the biodiversity of the planet is changing significantly, the results of which are yet to be seen. Earth Hour does seem like a marketing piece to me, but if someone turns off all their stuff and sits quietly for an hour contemplating, or does something fun not using electricity, that seems life enriching to me.

Anonymous said...

Baruch - climate change always happens - extreme climate change in fact, and it is something yo cannot stop or "avert." Antarctica had forests and dinosaurs, now its covered in a sheet of ice. It had nothing to do with man.

Extinctions are a problem - especially with GMO threatening the genetic codes of the species they mimic AND the species (including people) that consume them. Nuclear disaster is a problem, so is the poison coming from the fortune 500 corporations and the DU from the military industrial complex - the ones funding Earth Hour.

If you want to partake in their bizarre holiday, go ahead, but you could make more of a change by boycotting these corporations EVERYDAY.

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