The Mass Extinction Trope

By:  Charles Scaliger
06/25/2012
       
The Mass Extinction Trope

 They’re baack! After two decades, the UN’s eco-globalist faction has returned to Rio de Janeiro to put the “plan” back in “planet.” Now that we’re more than a decade into the new century, the globocrats have convened at Rio+20 in order to fine-tune their agenda.

 They’re baack! After two decades, the UN’s eco-globalist faction has returned to Rio de Janeiro to put the “plan” back in “planet.” The so-called Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development is an attempt to recreate the giddy grandeur of the first Rio extraordinaire conference, held back in 1992 under the auspices of one worlder and New Age devotee Maurice Strong. That august event produced Agenda 21, an ambitious blueprint for international environmental planning during the 21st century, all to be carried out within the framework of the UN system and paid for in the coin of national independence. Now that we’re more than a decade into the new century, the globocrats have convened anew in order to fine-tune their agenda.

To be sure, the global environmental agenda has moved down a bit on the priority list in the wake of 9/11 and the still-unfolding world economic collapse. But its perfervid proponents haven’t gone away, and have lost none of their ardor. The planet, they never tire of informing us, is a fragile, vulnerable place, where the cancer-like growth of the human race has far outstripped our world’s available resources. They also warn that as a result of our unchecked human activity, temperatures are rising alarmingly, threatening polar bears and countless thousands of other species that are in imminent danger of extinction in the biggest global die-off since the Permian-Triassic. It turns out that the only surefire remedy for this catastrophe a-borning is the creation of a global environmental regime tasked with bringing the destructive, consumerist impulses of humanity and their various governments under control, a move that will usher in a new epoch of sustainable growth and happy, vibrant ecosystems.

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