Understanding The “Biodiversity” Argument

For a good chunk of the year, ever since the big shot climate alarmists, like those in the United Nations, saw the problems with their anthropogenic climate change beliefs losing force, they have been pushing “biodiversity.” James Delinpole offers up a brief, succinct explanation of what this is

………When I attack the concept of ‘Biodiversity’ – and note the inverted commas, that’s kind of key – I’m not voting, as the eco-fascist would-be suicide bomber James Lee so touchingly put it, against “The Lions, Tigers, Giraffes, Elephants, Froggies, Turtles, Apes, Raccoons, Beetles, Ants, Sharks, Bears, and, of course, the Squirrels.” What I’m railing against is the way a noble-seeming concept has been subverted by the watermelons of the green movement in exactly the same way as “Climate change” has and with precisely the same aims: to extend the powers of government; to raise taxes; to weaken the capitalist system; to curtail personal freedom; to redistribute income; to bring ever-closer the advent of an eco-fascist New World Order.

Once again, big shots are destroying the real environmental movement. Read the whole thing.

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4 Responses to “Understanding The “Biodiversity” Argument”

  1. John Ryan says:

    OH NO !!! Record high temps in Tampa expected this week !! I guess that sorta offsets the early snow in Scotland thing, huh Teach?http://www.tampabay.com/news/weather/record-high-temperatures-expected-this-week-in-tampa-bay-area/1130227
    If not there is another weather anomaly in Dallas, record high temps there toohttp://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/102610dnmetwx.1c4ef827d.html
    or Austinhttp://www.statesman.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/Austin/weather/entries/2010/10/25/record_highs_po_1.html?cxntfid=blogs_weather_watch
    Teach I hope that you notice that these are temperature EXTREMES, which the early snowfall in Scotland was not.

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  3. sleestak says:

    but johnny boy, you yourself call it an anomaly. An anomaly by definition is deviation from the normal value, not a regular recurring pattern. Why should we worry about something that is not a regular, recurring pattern?

  4. mojo says:

    I like to remember that 99% of all the species that ever existed are now extinct. They got replaced by organisms that were better at their jobs. The cycle repeats. It’s like it’s, I dunno, evolving or something…

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