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They are called watermelons for good reason: environmentalist green on the outside, commie red on the inside. Saikat Chakrabarti, the malevolent brains behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has openly confirmed what we all knew; her Khmer Rouge–style Green New Deal (which has been backed by Democrat presidential candidates) is intended to impose centralized political control, not to control the climate:

“The interesting thing about the Green New Deal is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all,” Saikat Chakrabarti said in May, according to The Washington Post.

He reportedly made the remarks to Sam Ricketts, climate director for 2020 hopeful and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who the Post says greeted the statement with “an attentive poker face.”

Inslee is running for POTUS on a single issue: the same global warming hoax that AOC and her Chief of Staff Charkabarti hope to exploit to impose a socialist takeover of the United States.

“Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti then asked. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”

That’s what it is, all right. Except that you aren’t supposed to say it out loud. Doing so suggests that Chakrabarti is either less clever or more arrogant than we thought.

Imposing the Green New Deal would destroy America as we know it. USSR-style government control would be established over the economy, energy, and transportation. However, the pre-industrial standard of living that would be imposed in a futile attempt to prevent harmless carbon emissions would make the Soviet Union look like a capitalist paradise by comparison.

Chakrabarti did not tell us anything we don’t already know about radical environmentalism, which currently manifests itself as the global warming hoax. Climate Depot provides some informative links, including these:

“Global Warming Solutions Same As Global Cooling Cures” — Wait . . . What?

Flashback: UN climate chief Christiana Figueres seeks “centralized transformation” that is “going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different”

Flashback: UN IPCC official Edenohofer admits UN seeks to “redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy”

Flashback: Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About “Global Governance”

Flashback: 1993: Former U.S. Senator Timothy Wirth: “We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing, in terms of economic policy and environmental policy.”

Green Raw Deal: Big Bowl of Crazy – “Global warming” is merely the latest environmental scare with the same solutions of wealth redistribution and central planning

It is well known that even the most radical climate proposals would have zero perceptible effect on the supposedly problematic climate. Even EPA models confirm this. But they would have plenty effect on our freedom and our standard of living.

At great expense, the USA amassed a massive stockpile of nuclear weapons to assure that Americans would never have to live in the hell that is communism. Attempting to keep up, the Soviet Union spent itself to collapse. But we are hardly out of the woods. The radicalized Democrat Party is far more of a threat to America than Russia ever was.

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We have reached a tipping point on climate action—Scientists say we have roughly one decade left to avoid the most severe consequences of climate change. Urge your legislators to act on climate today.

 

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44 minutes ago, Buffalo said:

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They are called watermelons for good reason: environmentalist green on the outside, commie red on the inside. Saikat Chakrabarti, the malevolent brains behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has openly confirmed what we all knew; her Khmer Rouge–style Green New Deal (which has been backed by Democrat presidential candidates) is intended to impose centralized political control, not to control the climate:

“The interesting thing about the Green New Deal is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all,” Saikat Chakrabarti said in May, according to The Washington Post.

He reportedly made the remarks to Sam Ricketts, climate director for 2020 hopeful and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who the Post says greeted the statement with “an attentive poker face.”

Inslee is running for POTUS on a single issue: the same global warming hoax that AOC and her Chief of Staff Charkabarti hope to exploit to impose a socialist takeover of the United States.

“Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti then asked. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”

That’s what it is, all right. Except that you aren’t supposed to say it out loud. Doing so suggests that Chakrabarti is either less clever or more arrogant than we thought.

Imposing the Green New Deal would destroy America as we know it. USSR-style government control would be established over the economy, energy, and transportation. However, the pre-industrial standard of living that would be imposed in a futile attempt to prevent harmless carbon emissions would make the Soviet Union look like a capitalist paradise by comparison.

Chakrabarti did not tell us anything we don’t already know about radical environmentalism, which currently manifests itself as the global warming hoax. Climate Depot provides some informative links, including these:

“Global Warming Solutions Same As Global Cooling Cures” — Wait . . . What?

Flashback: UN climate chief Christiana Figueres seeks “centralized transformation” that is “going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different”

Flashback: UN IPCC official Edenohofer admits UN seeks to “redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy”

Flashback: Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About “Global Governance”

Flashback: 1993: Former U.S. Senator Timothy Wirth: “We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing, in terms of economic policy and environmental policy.”

Green Raw Deal: Big Bowl of Crazy – “Global warming” is merely the latest environmental scare with the same solutions of wealth redistribution and central planning

It is well known that even the most radical climate proposals would have zero perceptible effect on the supposedly problematic climate. Even EPA models confirm this. But they would have plenty effect on our freedom and our standard of living.

At great expense, the USA amassed a massive stockpile of nuclear weapons to assure that Americans would never have to live in the hell that is communism. Attempting to keep up, the Soviet Union spent itself to collapse. But we are hardly out of the woods. The radicalized Democrat Party is far more of a threat to America than Russia ever was.

Duh.

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Our new climate reality is fraught with stronger hurricanes, polar vortex shifts, recurrent high tide flooding, life-threatening heat waves, longer wildfire seasons, and more rain during heavy downpours. And studies show that climate change is not affecting everyone equally. Low-income communities and communities of color, as well as indigenous peoples, often suffer most.

 

We have reached a tipping point on climate action—Scientists say we have roughly one decade left to avoid the most severe consequences of climate change. Urge your legislators to act on climate today.

 

Thankfully, momentum is building for climate action within Congress and across the country. We're now having the first productive congressional hearings on climate change in six years, and the "Green New Deal" has sparked new ideas, energy, and momentum for the call for swift, equitable, and significant climate action.

 

Write to your legislators today and urge them to show real leadership on climate action, especially as the Trump administration is actively rolling back programs that were put in place to reduce global warming emissions and protect Americans from the impacts of climate change.

 
 
 
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Climate change has been happening for 4 billion years now. 

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4 minutes ago, merrill said:
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ROFLMAO!!!
 

Pssst. MORON. There isn't a single "scientist" in that "Union".

 

They are JOURNALISTS who write about the HOAX being perpetrated on your goddamn LOSER MORONS!!


And they ATTEMPT to call themselves a "think tank" and NOTHING more.

 

REAL "think tanks" explore ALL SIDES. Oops.

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8 minutes ago, DeepBreath said:

Climate change has been happening for 4 billion years now. 

And it will continue to change.

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11 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

 

ROFLMAO!!!
 

Pssst. MORON. There isn't a single "scientist" in that "Union".

 

They are JOURNALISTS who write about the HOAX being perpetrated on your goddamn LOSER MORONS!!


And they ATTEMPT to call themselves a "think tank" and NOTHING more.

 

REAL "think tanks" explore ALL SIDES. Oops.

 

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Our new climate reality is fraught with stronger hurricanes, polar vortex shifts, recurrent high tide flooding, life-threatening heat waves, longer wildfire seasons, and more rain during heavy downpours. And studies show that climate change is not affecting everyone equally. Low-income communities and communities of color, as well as indigenous peoples, often suffer most.

 

We have reached a tipping point on climate action—Scientists say we have roughly one decade left to avoid the most severe consequences of climate change. Urge your legislators to act on climate today.

 

Thankfully, momentum is building for climate action within Congress and across the country. We're now having the first productive congressional hearings on climate change in six years, and the "Green New Deal" has sparked new ideas, energy, and momentum for the call for swift, equitable, and significant climate action.

 

Write to your legislators today and urge them to show real leadership on climate action, especially as the Trump administration is actively rolling back programs that were put in place to reduce global warming emissions and protect Americans from the impacts of climate change.

 
 
 
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The motherfu(ker, Chakrabarti, admitted it was a scam to impose centralized political control, not to control the climate, which of course is impossible. LOL

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Our new climate reality is fraught with stronger hurricanes, polar vortex shifts, recurrent high tide flooding, life-threatening heat waves, longer wildfire seasons, and more rain during heavy downpours. And studies show that climate change is not affecting everyone equally. Low-income communities and communities of color, as well as indigenous peoples, often suffer most.

 

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Perhaps it might be time to engage in lifestyle choices that are far less polluting for the next  100 years just in case there is a reason to do so. Until we humans do such how will we ever know?

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3 minutes ago, merrill said:

 

Perhaps it might be time to engage in lifestyle choices that are far less polluting for the next  100 years just in case there is a reason to do so. Until we humans do such how will we ever know?

Saikat Chakrabarti already stated what the real agenda is about. 

I have always bought into the idea that there is and will be climate change, just not that it is man made and that man can control the earth's climate.

Know that reality makes it easy to see that those of your ilk are just perpetuating a big scam  on gullible dupes that believe your bullsh.it.

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1 hour ago, Buffalo said:

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They are called watermelons for good reason: environmentalist green on the outside, commie red on the inside. Saikat Chakrabarti, the malevolent brains behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has openly confirmed what we all knew; her Khmer Rouge–style Green New Deal (which has been backed by Democrat presidential candidates) is intended to impose centralized political control, not to control the climate:

“The interesting thing about the Green New Deal is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all,” Saikat Chakrabarti said in May, according to The Washington Post.

He reportedly made the remarks to Sam Ricketts, climate director for 2020 hopeful and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who the Post says greeted the statement with “an attentive poker face.”

Inslee is running for POTUS on a single issue: the same global warming hoax that AOC and her Chief of Staff Charkabarti hope to exploit to impose a socialist takeover of the United States.

“Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti then asked. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”

That’s what it is, all right. Except that you aren’t supposed to say it out loud. Doing so suggests that Chakrabarti is either less clever or more arrogant than we thought.

Imposing the Green New Deal would destroy America as we know it. USSR-style government control would be established over the economy, energy, and transportation. However, the pre-industrial standard of living that would be imposed in a futile attempt to prevent harmless carbon emissions would make the Soviet Union look like a capitalist paradise by comparison.

Chakrabarti did not tell us anything we don’t already know about radical environmentalism, which currently manifests itself as the global warming hoax. Climate Depot provides some informative links, including these:

“Global Warming Solutions Same As Global Cooling Cures” — Wait . . . What?

Flashback: UN climate chief Christiana Figueres seeks “centralized transformation” that is “going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different”

Flashback: UN IPCC official Edenohofer admits UN seeks to “redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy”

Flashback: Gore: U.S. Climate Bill Will Help Bring About “Global Governance”

Flashback: 1993: Former U.S. Senator Timothy Wirth: “We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing, in terms of economic policy and environmental policy.”

Green Raw Deal: Big Bowl of Crazy – “Global warming” is merely the latest environmental scare with the same solutions of wealth redistribution and central planning

It is well known that even the most radical climate proposals would have zero perceptible effect on the supposedly problematic climate. Even EPA models confirm this. But they would have plenty effect on our freedom and our standard of living.

At great expense, the USA amassed a massive stockpile of nuclear weapons to assure that Americans would never have to live in the hell that is communism. Attempting to keep up, the Soviet Union spent itself to collapse. But we are hardly out of the woods. The radicalized Democrat Party is far more of a threat to America than Russia ever was.

seems you are spamming for moonbattery.com by reciting them and using that as a legit link. Oh how many try to get away with plausible deniability. Don't take it personal, about everyone else plays the same way.

 

Why I use event horizons instead of contextual resources always leading people away from recognizing the self evident..

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groan. as soon as I see some lunatic using the word commie as a pejorative I stop reading immediately if not sooner. hews flash: the only commie country left I the world is north korea and the only one sucking up to the dictastor  is your orange clown darnold trump. you may want to ponder the significance of that for a few weeks .LOL

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56 minutes ago, merrill said:

 

Perhaps it might be time to engage in lifestyle choices that are far less polluting for the next  100 years just in case there is a reason to do so. Until we humans do such how will we ever know?

 

I don't recall ANYONE stopping you from engaging in any "lifestyle" you want to engage in that is "less polluting".

 

BUT, what YOU WANT is DICTATORIAL COMMANDS THAT TELL EVERYONE HOW TO LIVE THEIR LIFE!!!

 

Now, the AGENDA is exposed.

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“We are not morally bad people for taking carbon and turning it into the energy that offers life to humanity in a world that would otherwise be brutal,”

 

“On the contrary, we are good people for doing so.”

 

“Without energy, life is brutal and short.”

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27 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

 

I don't recall ANYONE stopping you from engaging in any "lifestyle" you want to engage in that is "less polluting".

 

BUT, what YOU WANT is DICTATORIAL COMMANDS THAT TELL EVERYONE HOW TO LIVE THEIR LIFE!!!

 

Now, the AGENDA is exposed.

it is not a command at all. decades  ago you would pile the kids in the jalopy, go down to the local dairy queen, and on the ride home think nothing of throwing your trash out the car window. thanks to what you call dictatorial commands and what normal people call laws. littering is almost non existent .

sure the gumamint infringed on your right to trash our countryside but that is a  better option than the rest of us having to look at litter along the road..

¿comprende?

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6 minutes ago, harryramar said:

comprende

  The only thing max comprehends is how to mix his Metamucil in the morning.

 Only because it was explained to him by his hospice nurse.

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All he is saying is that implementation of the Green New Deal, which is a life-saving necessity, would alter the economy. Wow, what a surprise!

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2 hours ago, merrill said:

 

Perhaps it might be time to engage in lifestyle choices that are far less polluting for the next  100 years just in case there is a reason to do so. Until we humans do such how will we ever know?

Sure give up individual liberty and live in a way demanded by the real smart people ...just in case, right? Just become a pet of the government because we're told it's the safer thing to do? No thanks. Let the Climate change as long as it doesn't get any colder.

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1 hour ago, harryramar said:

it is not a command at all. decades  ago you would pile the kids in the jalopy, go down to the local dairy queen, and on the ride home think nothing of throwing your trash out the car window. thanks to what you call dictatorial commands and what normal people call laws. littering is almost non existent .

sure the gumamint infringed on your right to trash our countryside but that is a  better option than the rest of us having to look at litter along the road..

¿comprende?

 

There's still plenty of littering  and illegal dumping but neither was ever in style. Where do you get this stuff?

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21 minutes ago, Michaelf said:

 

There's still plenty of littering  and illegal dumping but neither was ever in style. Where do you get this stuff?

I guess it depends where you live whether the people litter  or not and to what extent. we were in san dago in 2016 and literally saw more dead cayotes on the road than litter, and we only saw 3 dead cayotes.

now driving down south they almost encourage it. in Georgia I saw a sign that said "fine for littering" so I threw some stuff out the window.

in Pa people don't litter although there is some. 

the point I was making is that without those litter laws and corresponding fines people would still be littering much more.

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4 hours ago, DeepBreath said:

Climate change has been happening for 4 billion years now. 

+10 !!!       🙂

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9 hours ago, Buffalo said:

AOC Chief of Staff Confirms: It’s About Controlling People, Not the Climate

 

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Relax. It's not-as-if you've had any major-problems avoiding education, to-date.

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Buffalo has confirmed he is a LIAR a Treason Monkey TRAITOR and a brainwashed CRACKPOT. With the IQ of dryer lint

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8 hours ago, merrill said:

 

Perhaps it might be time to engage in lifestyle choices that are far less polluting for the next  100 years just in case there is a reason to do so. Until we humans do such how will we ever know?

i say  no,, i dont want to conform to anything a lib thinks up....   None of the lib solutions are anything other than big government..

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