They want you to die shivering, hungry, and in the dark

This is fascinating in a horrifying sort of way:

Why we must nationalize Big Oil

… the government should nationalize Big Oil. That would allow the government to manage the industry’s drawdown, a process the private sector is ignoring.

“We will likely need to take over and decommission the large fossil fuel extraction corporations that are both one of the leading causes of climate change and one of the primary institutional impediments to addressing,” Hanna concludes.

The federal government typically nationalizes companies to save them. In this case, it must nationalize Big Oil to save us all from a future we don’t want.

“Drawdown” is this character’s euphemism for controlled destruction.

They are referring to the manufacturer of a product that provides the energy to produce and transport food to billions of people who would otherwise die. This product is the basis of the worlds greatest triumphs over poverty, hunger, shelter, transportation, and pestilence. And these people want to deliberately destroy access to it.

To the best of my knowledge nothing of this sort has ever before been advocated, not even by the most evil communist regimes the planet has ever seen. This would be the deliberate murder of the vast majority of the world population.

Yes, people have been saying the deliberate and violent extinction of humans is what the environmental fascists “really want”. But prior to this the worst I have actually seen is the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement.

Prepare appropriately.


15 thoughts on “They want you to die shivering, hungry, and in the dark

  1. HAHAHAHAHA! Oh that’s funny! Your spot on, Joe. They want us dead. Their insane. But that would be fastest way I could think of to end the communist BS in America.
    They think were going to sit still and starve while they live the big happy elite life?
    With a 100-million-gun owners? With billions of rounds of ammo?
    But it would be a good start for Thermal depolymerization. And a dozen other replacement industries that would start popping up.
    They think their having problems with guns and drugs? HAHAHAHA! They ain’t seen nothing yet! To Funny!

  2. “This would be the deliberate murder of the vast majority of the world population.”

    That IS what they want. That is the the point AND the goal.

  3. These Climate Cult Freaks are Clinicly Insane ….and imo, should be Locked Up and kept under 24hr Thorazine Injections in a cell.
    They are a Extreme Danger to Humanity.

  4. Some months back I ran across a show on PBS (NOVA, IIRC) that looked at agriculture, etc. and they included a discussion of N3 (ammonia) and what it costs to produce. The agricultural scientist interviewed said N3 is expensive and energy-intensive to produce but stopping the production of it would mean starvation for 2 billion people as agricultural outputs declined precipitously (liquid ammonia is frequently used directly injected into the soil as a nitrogen additive, and, like urea, is used in the production of other fertilizer products).

    And, I’ve long said the greatest labor saving device ever invented is a gallon of diesel fuel.

    Between these two, Leftist governments, especially the one in resource and (formerly) money-plentiful America, will kill off a lot of people.

    Including themselves, eventually.

    • They quite literally view the human race itself is a parasitic infestation in need of eradication. Except themselves of course.

      These people either don’t understand what will happen or they do and they don’t think they will be affected because reasons.

  5. Well, it’s not like we’re actual PEOPLE, you know. Not like their friends in the hives.

  6. The Left employs one fear mongering campaign after another. In the 1960s they started to push pollution being the end of us all. I can vividly remember a cover of the Scholastic Weekly Reader showing a family with young children all wearing gas masks. In the 1970s it became the over population of the earth. We were all going to starve to death before the century was out because there was no way to feed the increasing masses of people. In the 1980s and 1990s the chlorofluorocarbons were going to destroy the ozone layer and we were all going to die of cancers or need to live in subterranean hives. And now that none of those were enough to catapult the Leftist elites to total power and control we have climate change foisted on us. When will the really vital people of this nation (that is all those whose daily work makes this economy and indeed the world function and continually make things better) realize that a few people have seduced enough others to help push these truly bizarre scenarios that are in no way in the best interests of anyone other than the few proponents of them and refuse to be cowed by them any longer? We must remember that fear of the future and faith in the future cannot coexist and that nothing was ever accomplished without faith that it could be done.

    Some resistance to these farces is growing but it needs to quickly become an unstoppable wave. Gone are the days when these megalomaniacs could be ignored as some fringe that could not impact our comfortable lives. They have amassed enough power and control that they feel their final solution is within reach. Whether that is entirely in error or not, the longer the elitist Left pulls the strings, the more suffering there will be for all.

    Being willing to, and using force, if necessary, to retain our liberty should be the last resort. Using the Constitutional system that, as yet, has not been completely compromised would be far preferable to the anarchy that would descend on us all if we continue to ignore the current conditions. In the next election, a wave so large that it can not be disregarded or subverted in any way is absolutely necessary. All leftist Democrats and any fellow traveler Republicans must be removed from office. If any candidate cannot unequivocally state why personal liberty is vital and coherently explain how they will support it needs to be gone. We may not get another chance to right this ship of state short of significant tribulations for all.

    • Oh I see; you’re still holding out the hope that this can be turned around by righteous people, and that a glorious new age of liberty might be thereby established, to serve as a light upon the world and an example to all nations. Let us put to, then, you are saying, and make us a name, as they did on the Pain of Shinar, roughly only three generations after Noah?

      Also, if you believe that the Republicans (any of them who’d be allowed to run for major offices, and win) are the antidote to the Democrats, then their acting skills are far better than you imagine.

      I suspect that over 90% of current Republican voters (and 100% of party members) do not want, and would not tolerate a U.S. fully compliant with the constitution, devoid of coercive redistribution and over-reach, and committed in full faith to the law of liberty;

      What then? are we better than they? No, in no wise: for we have before proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under sin;

      As it is written (referring to the book of Psalms), There is none righteous, no, not one:

      There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God.

      They are all gone out of the way, they are together become unprofitable; there is none that doeth good, no, not one.

      Their throat is an open sepulchre; with their tongues they have used deceit; the poison of asps is under their lips:

      Whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness:

      Their feet are swift to shed blood:

      Destruction and misery are in their ways:

      And the way of peace have they not known:

      There is no fear of God before their eyes.

      Now we know that what things soever the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God. Therefore by the deeds of the law there shall no flesh be justified in his sight: for by the law is the knowledge of sin.” Romans 3:9-20

      Most people will not understand those verses at first, especially not the last paragraph. I certainly didn’t, at first. Even the great reformers of the 1500s, having the truth burning like motivating fire in their bellies, failed to understand it for some time, but eventually they did understand it. Then, after generations of war, destruction, mass murder and subterfuge over the matter, we forgot all about them and their mighty struggles, and we dismiss the whole thing as irrelevant or inaccessible history, failing to realize that history is now, hoping in vain to “reinvent the wheel somehow” while disregarding the blueprints.

      • I do not disagree that the final ending of this fallen world will be as you have quoted from scripture. I, however, feel that my faith in God and my understanding of scripture demands that I do what is at all possible to change the path we are currently on as a nation. A good deal of our problems, IMO, is due to the collective general rejection of God through denying His existence, ignoring Him or attempting to change His commandments. John Adams stated that “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” This statement is in agreement with my thoughts that this land and form of government was intended to be a blessing to a righteous and God-fearing people. As such, I feel it is imperative to attempt to use, to the greatest extent possible, the means that our original form of government enables. Perhaps this is my effort to not be lukewarm.

        As for any political operative, I feel that the litmus test is their ability to describe what personal liberty is and be able to show they understand by evidence of what they have accomplished politically. In a generalization, I would say that Senator Lee of Utah is an example of that understanding while Senator Romney certainly is not. Both assumed to be Republican stalwarts. I am less interested in party affiliation than I am in performance of really following and protecting our Constitutional freedoms.

  7. This has been true for a long time. Just remember what they consider ideal – raw unmanaged wilderness with no humans or sign of human habitat.

    Try getting a permit to clear cut 1-2 acres or more timber.

    Try getting a permit for a concrete driveway.

    Try getting a permit to clear brush around a part year stream.

    Try getting a permit to put a pond on a part year stream.

    Try to build a house near wetlands.

    Try to make your wooded pastures into gentle rolling hills.

    Or complain about the wildlife killing your livestock.

    Or the plans to take out all dams including those that supply ‘green’ power.

    Or the plans to make culverts fish safe.

      • An overturning of the landmark “delagation” ruling would be and wonder to behold! Since ALL legislative power was granted to the congress of the United States. That decision said congress had the power to delegate that authority to someone else. (mostly executive branch bureaucrats.)
        Which to me always violated the separation of powers doctrine.
        A ruling by the court to reverse that would destroy that bureaucratic state. Big time. Forget Roe. That one would be a monster.
        And the fun part would be watching the commies trying to explain it in simple enough terms for most liberals to get upset about.
        But that would be to cool.

  8. Wasn’t it Prince Charles who said that if he could be reincarnated he’d want to come back as a plague? And didn’t he make that statement some decades ago? And wasn’t the Eugenics movement instituted, at least in part, because of supposed “overpopulation”? And weren’t we, as children, taught to live in fear and dread of the supposed “Population Time Bomb”?

    And so this notion is well over a hundred years in the making. In 1843 the Charles Dickens novella, A Christmas Carol mentions an apparently already known concept of a “surplus population”, but I suspect it’s thousands of years older than that.

  9. I see that farmers are protesting politicians’ decision to close dozens of farms and cattle ranches to reduce nitrogen by 30% – 70% in order to comply with EU regulations on nitrogen pollution. I have been asking where the nitrogen would come from as we cut fossil fuels – now I know we will just do without.

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