The Green Pied Piper

Pied Piper of Hamelin

The Green Pied Piper

The Pied Piper of Hamelin, a charlaton in a Grimm’s fairy tale, played seducing music first for rats, then for the children of Hamelin who blindly followed his melodious lead out of the village.  The rats were led to drown in the river. It is a matter of conjecture where the children went. They definitely didn’t return to their mothers. The Piper’s multi-colored outfit and luring music dominated their collective common sense as they marched away from the comfort of their home without asking, “Where are we are going?” They were led away to their unknown fate by the euphoric melody of the Piper’s pipe.

Today a modern day Pied Piper is using double talk and bad science to lead ignorant idealists to a nightmarish “green sustainable society.” As an inter-government “Green Expert,” Al Gore has made a fortune delivering his message of pending doom to the world. He lures the public into his world vortex of a dying environment in crisis that needs to be saved by balancing and sustaining.  He uses smooth words and United Nation policies of Agenda 21 to define a problem with a step by step solution leading to a new Utopia. Naive followers are swayed to implement policies with ostensive benefits for their local communities.

Gore is the chosen Agenda 21 or “smart growth” spokesman for the United Nations and current US administration who want these policies to lure followers down the chosen social-political path resulting in the replacement of  individual private rights with collective “sustainable” rights. Do not be fooled. This Green Pied Piper is touting a One World Marxist philosophy with a new name. Individualism is out. Collectivism is in. The society is more important than the individual. Government  is in control, not individual citizens.

This responsible action strategy Gore touts will regulate and diminish electrical, water, and oil consumption so that “carbon footprints” are in accord with the environment. Translation: each citizen will receive rationed portions of electricity, water, and oil.  Even food consumption is regulated. “Moving toward more ecologically sensitive agricultural practices, including changes in diet, can revitalize the soil,” says Gore in a November ’09 article in the “Costco Connection.” Alarmingly, he adds, “We must also continue to make progress in ensuring sustainable population growth globally.”

He continues, “We must make the choice–as a country and as a global civilization–to embrace a multifaceted plan to solve the climate crisis once and for all.” Al Gore, “The Costco Connection.”

Don’t question the Green Pied Piper. He describes a global crisis and understands it better than we do. A crisis exists because he says it exists. If the masses believe the planet is on the brink of destruction, they will allow change in order to fix the problem.

At the Earth Summit meeting, Gore said, “Americans are going to have to face a wrenching transformation of society.” He points out that “It is a system of which social systems thrive together indefinitely.” Ibid.  Is he saying we lose our national identity as we become part of the world population in a system of ecological integrity, sustainability, responsible earth-keeping?

Yikes. It’s difficult to march behind a Green Pied Piper who advocates government control over such personal decisions as duration of individual showers, temperatures in homes, or amount of meat consumption. His plan extends to location of residence. If you’re a dissenter who won’t leave a rural area to live in the city, well, there’s always the concept of “population control.” It sounds like a bad plot in a futuristic novel, not a real-life threat.

Beware of the lure of the Utopia fix for a problem that really doesn’t exist.

Is enslavement to government regulation in a Green Utopia worth giving up individual rights?

It is best to rethink the path of the Green Pied Piper.

There are reasons to question the veracity of the Green message and to break away from the ranks of the march behind the Green Pied Piper. It is time to ask serious questions:

  • Why was the term “Global Warming” changed to “Climate Change?” God’s little joke is that the climate has been colder, not warmer since Gore started singing his global warming tune.  “. . .  warming ended in 1998 and global temperatures (as measured by satellites) leveled off,” says John Coleman. “Now global temperatures are in such a nose dive there is wide spread talk from climatologists about an impending ice age. In any case, the UN’s computer model “proof” has gone up in a poof.” Do they really think we’re too dumb to catch on to the word change?
  • Why is the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) hiding a 98 page study that proved the carbon count in the atmosphere is going down, not up? Is the present US administration purposely suppressing science to achieve their agenda of control over the masses? “Global Warming: It is a hoax. It is bad science. It is high-jacking public policy. It is the greatest scam in history.” John Coleman Kusi News article.
  • Critical documents disappeared at the 1995 UN conference in Madrid, making the meeting one-sided and biased. Yet, the UN declared global warming to be a scientific fact. “The Kyoto theorists have put the cart before the horse. It is global warming that triggers higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, not the other way around,” says Andrei Kapista, a Russian geographer and Antarctic ice core researcher.
  • “The number of skeptics, far from shrinking, is swelling,” says Kimberly A. Strassel, in a Wall Street journal article. June 26,’09. More than 700 scientists have expressed scientific opposition to Al Gore’s theory. They refuse to be silenced by media smear tactics. Comments such as, “Warming fears are ‘the worst scientific scandal in history,’ ” ibid or “It is a blatant lie put forth in the media that makes it seem there is only a fringe of scientists who don’t buy into anthropogenic global warming.” US Gov’t Atmospheric Scientist Stanley B. Goldenberg.
  • “The IPCC has actually become a closed circuit; it doesn’t listen to others. It doesn’t have open minds . . . I am really amazed that the Nobel Peace Prize has been given on scientifically incorrect conclusions by people who are not geologists.”  Indian Geologist Dr. Arun D. Ahluwalia, Punjab University.
  • Restructuring the social, economic, financial and health systems to fit the “Green Dream” is overwhelmingly expensive. For example: it is an impractical expense to replace coal. “Facts are that replacing coal would require 2,400 time more solar generation, 40 times more wind power, 250 new nuclear plants and almost double the U S production of natural gas, 500 hydro plants the size of  Hoover dam or halving electricity consumption.” Peabody Energy report
  • Private property is being seized by the government to preserve a “sustainable land” corridor.  “Smart growth plans usurp property rights and constitutional rights. Local officials, at the behest of State Government, revise zoning laws to fit into a ‘smart code’ zoning template. A massive reshuffling of property rights ensues. Farmers may lose subdivision rights; conservation land adjacent to population centers may be rezoned into commercial employment centers; and low-density land in small towns re-designated as growth area and rezoned to accommodate diverse housing including high-density apartments and condominiums.” Scott Strzelcyk & Richar Rothschild, “Coming to a Neighborhood near you,” American Thinker, Nov, 7, ‘09
  • Job losses are increasing. The economy is suffering. Businesses, overburdened with expensive government mandates will be forced to close.
  • Taxes will increase. Obama states that “price signals” will be used to change behavior. For example, monetary fines will be collected for excess usage of energy. “Turn out the lights.” “Drive only smart cars.” You will pay extra for using more than your allotment.

The United States is the world leader in fossil fuel resources. “Our overwhelming coal, natural gas and oil resources represent tens of trillions of dollars in wealth and millions of American jobs,” says Senator James Inhofe, R-Oklahoma.  “Of course, much of our world–leading reserves are off-limits by government edict.” See

Does it make sense to limit the use of natural resources within our own boundaries?

Does is make sense to destroy a successful society, a beacon of freedom, in order to follow a Pied Piper with false assumptions?

Wake up citizens! Start thinking! It’s time to stop marching to the beat of the Piper’s “Green” music. Don’t listen to double talk. Don’t follow “Green” orders. Don’t allow an all-powerful central government to lead you into oblivion like the children of Hamelin!

The promise of a sustainable life is a deception. It is a scam. It is based on bad science.

It is not good for our society. Call a halt to its progress. Tell the Green Pied Piper to silence his tune because it will fall on deaf ears. It will do no good to try to lure the American people into the green Utopia.

It is the duty of American citizens to preserve natural rights and proclaim truth and freedom.

Just say “NO!” to the Green Pied Piper.

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