How does this eco-terrorist hate-war effect the US?

It was a good one-hour show, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out the major problem with the show: the presenter.

He is a self-proclaimed Marxist who, for years, has been promoting a political agenda by presenting himself as a socialist and claiming that the left is a “paranoid cult”.

His show is called The Big Green Book and it is, according to the show’s website, an “educational resource”.

In reality, it is a compilation of his own anti-capitalist propaganda.

He has been dubbed a “political activist” by the rightwing media and a “Marxist propagandist” by his own leftist friends.

He does not even bother to present any evidence that his views are anything but extreme.

In fact, he is a hypocrite who has long claimed to be a “moderate”.

The most telling aspect of the show, however, is the presenter’s inability to recognise that the only thing he is promoting is the opposite of the true nature of environmentalism. 

I watched The Big Red Book for hours on end and felt a sense of relief as I discovered what the show is really about.

I’m not talking about climate change, which I thoroughly debunked in my book, The Carbon Tax Solution: Why It Is the World’s Most Successful and Efficient Carbon Tax.

I am talking about the economic consequences of the massive environmental destruction and ecological disaster caused by our economic system, the ecological collapse that it is creating, and the climate crisis that is being caused by it.

And in doing so, I came across some very insightful and very honest views on the state of the world and how we can fix it.

I don’t have time to cover all the issues, but you can check out the show on YouTube here.

It’s very educational.

But I would like to highlight some key points that I found particularly important and which have nothing to do with climate change. 

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The Big Green book is not a scientific book, but a propaganda one. 

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“Environmentalism” is a false concept, which is why the title of the book is so misleading. 

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 The book is based on an old ideology, but its purpose is to indoctrinate people with it. 4. 

You will see in the show that it uses a very old term, “ecological theory”, which was coined by Karl Marx in 1848. 

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We are witnessing the collapse of the social order, the end of the era of the industrial revolution, the rise of a new form of “economy” where “all forms of production” are now privatised. 

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Capitalism and its social policies are in a desperate situation. 

7. 

In The Big Capitalist, we see the emergence of a Marxist “political ideology”, which is to say a cult. 

8. 

It’s a false ideology. 

9. 

There is no such thing as an environmental “war” as is often claimed. 

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Despite the media and political elites claiming so, the world has never experienced a war over environmental issues, nor will there ever again. 

11. 

Environmentalism is not the problem, it’s the solution. 

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A “war over environmentalism” does not mean a war against the “environment”, as the media claim. 

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Every time you read a newspaper article on climate change or environmental policy, it should be taken as a declaration of war by the state against the citizens. 

14. 

All the “green” environmental groups that you have seen in the news are simply fronts for an international environmental conspiracy. 

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What you are witnessing is the collapse and dissolution of the capitalist system. 

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As a result of environmental destruction, we will never be able to restore the planet to a level that is livable for all its inhabitants. 

17. 

To be clear, I do not want to claim that all of the environmental issues we are seeing today are the result of a failed economic system.

It is true that our economy has been very good at the moment.

But the fact is that the financial system has collapsed, the real estate market is imploding, the social security system is collapsing, and so on. 18. 

Economic collapse means that our society is heading into an existential crisis. 

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However, the fact that we are facing a crisis of capitalism is evidence that the system is already on the brink of collapse. 

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If we do not fix the ecological crisis, our entire social order will collapse.

 21. 

This is not just a “left” problem, as some leftist commentators like to say. 

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Because environmentalism is an ideology, it can be used by anyone who wants to spread their views. 

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article A report released today by the WWF warns that a global pandemic is likely to cause at least 1.4 billion to 2.3 billion deaths in 2050.

“The consequences of the Boeser pandemic are already happening and they are likely to worsen as we enter the second wave of the pandemic,” WWF chief executive Bill Marler said.

“What we are seeing today is a pandemic that will have massive consequences for the species and people of the world.” “

WWF is calling on governments to work together to reduce human impacts on the environment, which are expected to be among the biggest challenges facing humanity in the next decade. “

What we are seeing today is a pandemic that will have massive consequences for the species and people of the world.”

WWF is calling on governments to work together to reduce human impacts on the environment, which are expected to be among the biggest challenges facing humanity in the next decade.

In a release today, WWF said the world’s population is projected to increase by more than 1 billion in 2050 and to be twice as large as it is today.

WWF says that while global greenhouse gas emissions are set to decline, they are set for a rapid increase as the world becomes wealthier.

“There is little doubt that human activity is the main driver of climate change, but it is a major driver of biodiversity loss as well,” WWF said.

WWF also said the impacts of the global pandebox are expected “to be significant” with at least 2.5 billion deaths attributed to climate change by 2050.

It is due to hit the headlines this weekend when the United Nations Climate Change Conference begins in Paris.

WWF’s report said the global population will double to around 9 billion by 2050, and by 2060 it is expected to reach 9.6 billion.

The organisation said the number of people living in countries with extreme poverty is expected by 2050 to be between 50 and 100 billion, while the number in extreme poverty in China will increase from 10 million to 70 million.