… will cause hell on earth.
It may not be what they want – at least not what the majority of them want, but it is what will be
achieved if they allow the “green” madness to continue.
Why? Because it is all built on a base of lies and greed.
Is it all out of massive ignorance, or are any of the “greens” really believing that they do any good
by attacking humanity, nature and all forms for progress in order to save the Earth's climate?
And does anyone – “green” or otherwise – really thinks that leaving all control and decisions to a few distant leaders, have any advantage over letting the billions who know local conditions first hand initiate processes and decide what works best for them and their environments?
Human history has a few things to say about this, and those in power rarely ever have been presented in a good light after the various historic events have become common knowledge.
Why so little has been learned from history, really puzzles me at times. It is all there for everyone to see, and as
I cannot imagine the majority of common people being plain stupid, there has to be other reasons for the repeated
failures to see past the fake facades most of those who want to control us tend to hide behind.
Are common people just too busy, or maybe even too lazy, to keep track of what goes on in the societies they form the majority in and are the most important parts of?
To iterate what has been presented as headlines in media in later years, just in case memory fails…
TIME - 1977: “The Big Freeze” TIME - 2001: “GLOBAL WARMING” TIME - 2010: “More signs of GLOBAL WARMING”
Was it the usual exaggerations and sensationalism media has always been full of, or did their sources sneak in some bad data somewhere, or maybe everywhere? Maybe they should check historic climate-data themselves, before applying war-types across their front pages and elsewhere? You never know; such a policy might make media a tiny bit more relevant in the long run. Good thing is: if we just relax on the subject and wait a few years, we won't need big types in media to tell us what not to worry about as the climate keeps on changing (as it has always done).
know your audience…
There are leaders and there are followers, and there are those who choose to be neither. All part of the same thing with many differences, and not all we meet want to discuss, listen to or explain anything. It is their right either way, and should be respected. Would of course be nice if it worked both ways for all parties, but…
Man asks wise man: “What is the secret to eternal happiness?”
Wise man answers: “To not argue with fools.”
Man responds to this answer: “I disagree.”
To which wise man responds: “Yes, you are right.”
Arguing facts with people who claim to have already found absolute truth, is more than just a waste of our time.
It is counterproductive since they do not want to know anything but what their leaders have told
them, and some may even become aggressive in contact with who they regard as “disbelievers” – all
who do not think like them.
Never mind them, as facts stand strongly on their own and are not depending on believers and/or followers in order to be true.
There should be time to listen as well as to talk when humans really communicate and not only pretend to, and only people who
actually want to broaden their knowledge-base are worthy our time to broaden ours.
It is that two-way communication “thingy” again … listen to and evaluate what is being said, not just using the time while other people are talking to prepare one's next response to them.
Whether or not minds are changed for the better as a result of open discussions, is not what matters most for an
acceptable outcome. Knowledge is powerful enough in itself – once received, and will continue to
support all parties with minds of their own.
The self-appointed fools cannot be helped … just keep them from polluting the innocent and inexperienced minds of our young ones.
Knowledge is easy to carry uphill, and no need to push any of it onto others in order
to study it in depth and conclude on its value. One is personally responsible for what knowledge one will
gather in life, and how one chooses to apply same knowledge.
— freely from old Viking sayings in Håvamål1
not in my name…
“Democracy” sounds nice, but it is not what it is hyped up to be in political speeches and come election days.
No signs “democracy” ever was more than just another misused word uttered by people seeking power, since it
originated back in ancient Athens, in today's Greece.
No-one on Earth can claim to do anything in my name without my consent, and I do not give those out
lightly. That goes for whoever get my votes on election days too, as they still have to answer to me when it comes to what
they do, or not, while in position.
Not that I expect many, if any of them, to respect that, but not all that many, if any of them, deserve any respect from me either.
These days most of those in, or seeking, powerful positions in our societies, are kakistocrats rather than democrats. Thus, no reason to wonder why humanity, along with the environment and all that lives, get treated as worthless crap by those.
I am deliberately aiming at gaining some of that “eternal happiness” mentioned
above, and am more interested in gathering and analysing data by myself than argue back and forth with
people who don't care about data and facts unless they are or can be “adjusted” to line up with what they have
already been taught.
Although I will argue according to my knowledge at the time on any subject of interest – if invited or provoked, I also try to listen to those who do provide deviating data. Otherwise all real sources risk being silenced, and where would that leave the truth?
Stay safe, and never stop using common sense…
last rev: 15.may.2020