Denial Of Man-Caused Climate Change Is White Supremacy Or Something

This is the logical extension of the Cult of Climastrology talking points, painting everyone who doesn’t Believe as heretics. They also like to link things that happen with their cult. In this case, Warmist Rebecca Solnit unsurprisingly links the New Zealand massacre with white supremacy and ‘climate change’

Why you’ll never meet a white supremacist who cares about climate change

As the news of the Christchurch mosque massacre broke and I scoured the news, I came across a map showing that the Friday morning climate strike in Christchurch was close to the bloodbath. I felt terrible for the young people who showed up with hope and idealism, wondered whether the killer or killers chose this particular day to undermine the impact of this global climate action. It was a shocking pairing and also a perfectly coherent one, a clash of opposing ideologies. Behind the urgency of climate action is the understanding that everything is connected; behind white supremacy is an ideology of separation.

You know, there are times when I’m scanning the news, see the headline, and see the little blurb that goes with and decide to take a shot at the article. I write a little starting blurb, post the headline, then start reading the article in full, and realize it’s even more bat-guano insane than anticipated, like expecting jalapeño and getting a Ghost Pepper. The above paragraph, the first in the article, is that type. Seriously, people are gunned down and her first thought is ‘climate change’? Nor does this get any less wacky

Of separation as the idea that human beings are divided into races, and those in one race have nothing in common with those in others. Of separation as the idea that though white people have overrun the globe, nonwhite people should stay out of Europe, North America, and now even New Zealand and Australia, two places where white settlers came relatively recently to already inhabited places – as a fantasy of resegregating the world. Of a lot of ideas and ideals of masculinity taken to a monstrous extreme – as ideas of disconnection, of taking matters into your own hands, of feeling no empathy and exhibiting no kindness, of asserting yourself as having the right to dominate others even unto death. And of course, of guns as the symbols and instruments of this self-definition. (snip)

In contrast, so much of rightwing ideology now is about a libertarian machismo in the “I can do anything I want” vein. It’s the pro-gun myth that we can each protect ourselves with a weapon when in reality we’re all safer with them out of our societies. It’s the idea that we can deregulate the hell out of everything and everyone can just look out for themselves whether it’s food safety or infrastructure safety or air and water quality. To kill someone you have to feel separate from them, and some violence – lynching, rape – ritualizes this separateness. Violence too comes out of a sort of entitlement: I have the right to hurt you, to determine your fate, to end your life. I am more important than you. It seems like, among other things a miserable mindset, one that aggrandizes your ego but withers your soul.

So, liberty and freedom bad, government telling you what you can do good. Men bad, white people bad, everyone bad who doesn’t toe the line of ‘climate change’ beliefs.

I asked Hoda Baraka, who is both Muslim and 350.org’s global communications director, how it all looked to her in the wake of the climate strike and the massacre, and she said “In a world being driven by fear, we are constantly being pitted against the very things that make this world livable. Whether it’s people being pitted against each other, even though there is no life without human connection, love and empathy. Or fear pitting us against the very planet that sustains us, even though there is no life on a dead planet. This is why fighting against climate change is the equivalent of fighting against hatred. A world that thrives is one where both people and planet are seen for their inextricable value and connectedness.”

Perhaps Hoda should take a look at the constant violence and killings done in the name of her religion. The Jew hatred, the hatred of non-Muslims. Anyhow, Rebecca never really proves the headline, but, the point here really was to paint all who do not believe in ‘climate change’ as white supremacists, thereby making them Bad People.

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38 Responses to “Denial Of Man-Caused Climate Change Is White Supremacy Or Something”

  1. Bill Bear says:

    “so much of rightwing ideology now is about a libertarian machismo in the “I can do anything I want” vein.”

    This is, of course, exactly the philosophy that Porter Good is selling on this website. His worldview boils down very simply: F#ck you, Jack, I got mine.

    “Perhaps Hoda should take a look at the constant violence and killings done in the name of her religion. The Jew hatred, the hatred of non-Muslims.”

    Perhaps Porter Good should take a look at the constant violence and killings done in the name of his race: the Jew hatred, the hatred of Muslims, the hatred of anyone who is not White.

    Of course, like all his kind, Porter Good is utterly lacking in the self-awareness required for such reflection.

    • formwiz says:

      libertarian machismo?

      You must be joking.

      Libertarians are the wussiest people in the world.

      They’re so lame they’ve come out and gone over to your side.

  2. Bill Bear says:

    “So, liberty and freedom bad, government telling you what you can do good.”

    Notice that in the paragraphs that Porter Good has quoted, there is absolutely nothing that even remotely resembles that statement.

    Regressives do not even bother to try to comprehend what they read. They make up a fantasy viewpoint that their opponent has not expressed, and then rail against that.

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    • formwiz says:

      It’s the pro-gun myth that we can each protect ourselves with a weapon when in reality we’re all safer with them out of our societies. It’s the idea that we can deregulate the hell out of everything and everyone can just look out for themselves whether it’s food safety or infrastructure safety or air and water quality.

      You really need to get your head out of your ass and actually read.

      I know you will deny it, but simple denial (and you are a simpleton) doesn’t prove anything.

  3. Kye says:

    Okay, I gotta ask. Who the hell is this “Porter Good” you keep ranting about?

    And BTW, I read halfway down before I realized it was neither you nor Elwood who wrote that hate-filled, uninformed and willfully ignorant rant.

    Yeah, yeah we all know, white man bad, Mohammadans good, free markets bad communism good, people owning guns bad government having guns good. Basically everything that made America and Western Civ bad and everything that is trying to destroy it good.

    White America is so oppressive Jussie had to hire Nigerians to prove it. IT’s so oppressive most of the colored world wants to come here and be oppressed. In 2018 around 4500 Christians were murdered worldwide by the Mohammadan Jihad. How many Mohammadans were murdered by organized Christians attacking Mohammadan homes, mosques and such? Where is this Great White Army running around murdering Mohammadans worldwide? I assume every skinhead, white supremacist and YMCA member is in on it.

    These idiots are just more rich privileged white folks who feel guilty for being rich privileged white folks. Unfortunately they want to bring us down with them.

    And now the Democrat-Communist Party has brought them into our government. Why it’s almost as if they WANT to deconstruct America. The left in America will bring in anybody and do anything to get power back and make sure they never lose it again. They hate democracy (in the lose sense) they certainly hate America and for some reason they hate white people who have given them art, music, medicine, technology, Freedom and a Free Market in which to enjoy it all. But they seem to want free health insurance and free college instead of Freedom.

    • david7134 says:

      Porter Good is Teachs real name. Jeff, is in rare form lately. I wonder if his wife threw him out or his corporation finally understands that he just comments all day long and does not work. Now, Jeff keeps telling us that we are superior to everyone, we are clearly superior to jeff, we are white, so does that mean we are white supremacist. What is wrong with being white and having a good feeling about yourself? Jeff, clearly hates himself.

      • Kye says:

        Thanks for the heads up david7134. Now I know. BTW, Porter Good is a cool name. I think I’d use that rather than Teach however I assume he doesn’t want his name smeared all over the net knowing what the left is apt to do what with the doxing and deplatforming and such. Still, Porter Good is cool. Sounds like a character out of Dickens or R.L. Stevenson.

  4. Bill Bear says:

    Kye wrote:

    “Yeah, yeah we all know, white man bad, Mohammadans good, free markets bad communism good, people owning guns bad government having guns good.”

    Of course, none of those views were expressed either in the article that Porter Good linked in his post, nor in my comments. As he is unable to conduct a rational discussion on this (or seemingly any) topic, Kye has quite predictably resorted to the time-worn straw man fallacy.

    “And now the Democrat-Communist Party…”

    No such political party exists in the United States.

    “…has brought them into our government.”

    Perhaps Kye has failed to notice that the Muslim citizens of the United States are just that: citizens of the United States. As such, they enjoy all the privileges accorded to citizens of the United States, including the right to run for office, and to serve if elected.

  5. Bill Bear says:

    How to Educate Your Kids About White Supremacy

    http://offspring.lifehacker.com/how-to-teach-your-kids-about-white-supremacy-1833378301

    The thinking tends to be that racists raise racists. Therefore, if you see yourself as a good person, raising your kids with inclusive morals, you would have no reason to worry that they’d grow up to the be the sort of person who would march with white nationalists in Charlottesville. But it happens.

    And in the wake of yet another mass shooting, this time at two New Zealand mosques, parents across the country—and the world—are asking themselves: “What more can we do?” Because not being racist yourself is not enough to stop the spread of white supremacy.

    With social media and the internet readily available to most kids by the time they’re teenagers (and often much earlier), you can’t simply model good values. White supremacists spread their messages via YouTube and social media and recruit kids slowly and subtly through online multi-player video games.

    It’s not realistic to think we can stay one step ahead of our kids with their access to technology. They can get around our parental controls, our trackers and monitors. They are subjected to online algorithms we can’t control. It’s almost a guarantee that they will be exposed to hate speech, hate symbols and extremist views, both online and in real life, by the time they’re in high school.

    To combat it, Jinnie Spiegler, director of curriculum and training with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), says we need to teach them about it.

    Start early with messages of diversity and inclusion

    We’re not going to sit our kids down as teenagers and say, “So, listen; there’s this awful thing called ‘white supremacy’…” without ever having had a conversation with them about race, ethnicity or diversity. Those discussions need to start much earlier.

    As early as 3 or 4 years old, you can use children’s books, TV shows and everyday experiences to talk about identity, race and the importance of including people of all colors and backgrounds into our lives.

    Then, by the time your kids are 8 or 9 years old, you can dive deeper into the history of racism, religious bigotry and intimidation. Talk about examples of these not just from the distance past but from current events, as well, so they can become aware of its existence and able to identify it on their own.

    Confront and interrupt bias and hate

    Perhaps the worst thing we can do, Spiegler says, is to ignore bigotry when it happens. School or community leaders might be inclined to believe that one racist incident—such as a group of students making what appears to be a Nazi salute—is not representative of who they are as a whole.

    “How schools deal with that and address it really sends a message,” Spiegler says. “Sometimes schools want to say it’s an isolated incident. They don’t really take it on and say, ‘Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.’”

    Those incidents are opportunities for parents to talk with their kids about bias and hate. But the trick is to make it less of a lecture and more of a conversation to understand how your kids are interpreting these kinds of actions.

    “It’s also important to hear how they’re thinking about it, otherwise it will shut down communication,” Spiegler says. “Hear what young people are thinking before we go into a rant. It’s important to convey your values, but also keep communication open.”

    If you find they have views that contradict your own, you can question their line of thinking without immediately putting them on the defensive. Ask why do they feel that way, where did they learn that and why do they trust the source of their information? Then you can begin to learn more together.

    Teach them about propaganda

    In a world full of ‘fake news’, lying politicians and propaganda, kids need to learn how to spot when they’re being manipulated. With young kids, that can start by talking about advertising and the motivations behind an ad or commercial: They’re trying to sell you something.

    Some social studies teacher give lessons on propaganda, but it’s a topic parents should be tackling at home, too, so kids can learn how to differentiate between unbiased fact and propaganda. The ADL created a guide called “Propaganda, Extremists and Online Recruitment Tactics” to help parents initiate a conversation with their teenagers. The guide offers some basic background on how extremists recruit, as well as questions and topics that parents can use as a starting point with their kids. Those questions include:

    Have you seen any type of propaganda online? What did you notice about it?
    How do you think propaganda is like advertising and how is it different?
    What do you know about terrorism and extremism and what more do you want to know?
    Why do you think members of extremist groups reach out to people online to recruit new members?
    How do you feel about extremist groups trying to recruit young people online?

    “Ultimately, part of how you want them to think about it is that they’re being lured into it,” Spiegler says.

    Teach them about hate speech and hate symbols

    If you think your child is not hearing hate speech and seeing hate symbols online, while they’re gaming and out in the community, you’re wrong. Spiegler says her own daughter often tells her about the swastikas written across students’ notebooks or on bathroom walls. If we don’t talk about it and explain the history behind such symbols, we are part of the problem.

    “We’re seeing a huge increase of hate symbols in schools, and if we normalize it and don’t see it as an ongoing issue in the community, then it just becomes part of our culture,” Spiegler says. “I’m afraid that’s starting to happen.”

    The ADL has a Hate Symbol Database that provides the pictures, descriptions and meanings of hundreds of hate symbols.

    Most kids understand what bullying is, but you will probably have to help them differentiate bullying from hate speech. Caroline Knorr of Common Sense Media provides a clear explanation for kids in this HuffPost article:

    If someone is trying to hurt someone, or knows that they’re hurting someone, and does it repeatedly, that’s cyberbullying. When someone expresses vicious views about a group or toward an attribute of a group, that’s hate speech.

    Knorr offers parents and kids practical tips for handling hate speech online, such as by reporting it, blocking certain users and calling it out when they feel comfortable doing so.

    Don’t let them become isolated

    Kids crave feelings of acceptance. They need a sense belonging, to feel that they’re part of a group. Ask yourself: Is my child an outcast? Does he feel marginalized at school? Does she have friends?

    If the answer is no, they are vulnerable to extremist groups who can fill that void. Help them identify places where they can build stronger connections, whether it’s through a club, activity, sport or church group.

    “Young people feeling marginalized and having no sense of belonging with peers is a huge important thing that we all need to think about,” Spiegler says. “We always say we need to create inclusive, welcoming, diverse schools and communities so people don’t feel marginalized and isolated. Because then they are more susceptible because they’re looking for a sense of belonging, and these (extremist) groups offer that.”

    Talk about current events

    If you’re not talking to your kids about current events, chances are, they’re getting their information elsewhere. It’s important to use current events in an age-appropriate way to open up a dialogue with your kids about hate and bias.

    Common Sense Media has a guide for Best News Sources for Kids that parents can use as a starting point for talking about the news, how it’s reported and how to become a critical consumer of media.

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    • david7134 says:

      I raised my children to understand they could do anything and that they were superior to most everyone. I told them that since they are white that they have a burden to lead the rest of the world and that the rest of humanity is weak and stupid, much like jeff has shown with his ridiculous comment. Kids have done very well.

      • Bill Bear says:

        We must thank david7134 for revealing that he is a white supremacist. His opinions and claims can therefore be safely disregarded.

        Unfortunately, he decided to infect his own children with the same race hatred that he suffers from. We can only hope that his children are too feeble-minded and weak to do any real harm to others.

        • david7134 says:

          So I am white and superior to you, and very accomplished as are my children. You are a loser jeff.

        • formwiz says:

          Man, you guys didn’t get promoted out of 4th grade, you escaped.

          He didn’t say anything about color. That’s your obsession.

          You need to realize you have an inferiority complex

          • Bill Bear says:

            “He didn’t say anything about color.”

            formwiz is, of course, lying — again.

            A direct quote from david7134’s comment:

            “I told them that since they are white that they have a burden to lead the rest of the world”

            Emphasis mine.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        david,

        That’s the saddest thing I’ve read here. White supremacists can do quite well in America. Look at the Trump family. Look at the GOP. Did your children absorb the race hatred you attempted to inculcate into their young, impressionable minds? Are they like you?

        • david7134 says:

          Jeff,
          You don’t understand that it is your attitude that makes you such a loser. I mean look at you. A pharmacist with a remedial education whose job is to the data and try to make it into a lie in order to sell extremely high priced drugs that are only marginally effective, really a loser. You did say you have some negro in you?

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            dave,

            My children are not white supremacists, so that’s a win in my book. You, on the other hand, should be ashamed of yourself for abusing your children.

            Years of being told that they are superior to all others because of their skin color won’t serve them well. They’ll discover you lied to them all those years, and they’ll get frustrated when they note Black people who are smarter, more talented and more successful. They are primed to go on a shooting spree one day.

            To your credit, you’ve never tried to hide your bigotry here, making clear that you considered Blacks to be lazy and stupid.

            According to The Bell Curve, Asians are superior to Caucasians.

          • david7134 says:

            Jeff,
            See how stupid and inferior you are. I said that I am superior to most and happen to be white. You are a mix race and hate white people, and you are inferior. That is not your race unless you desire to link the two. Now, I am not physically equal to an NFL player, but I am superior in intellect, same as I am far superior to you. As to shooting spree you are a higher risk for that activity than any one else.

    • formwiz says:

      I always get most psychological advice off a site called lifehacker.

  6. alanstorm says:

    “Of separation as the idea that human beings are divided into races, and those in one race have nothing in common with those in others.”

    Yeah, like that whole “Black Lives Matter” thing?

    I’m sure the irony was unintended.

    “In a world being driven by fear, we are constantly being pitted against the very things that make this world livable.”

    That one, too.

  7. alanstorm says:

    “Kids crave feelings of acceptance. They need a sense belonging, to feel that they’re part of a group. Ask yourself: Is my child an outcast? Does he feel marginalized at school? Does she have friends?

    If the answer is no, they are vulnerable to extremist groups who can fill that void. ”

    Yes, like liberals, “progressives” and other totalitarians. Best to be careful.

  8. Kye says:

    Human beings are divided into races by nature, but only a nut case believes one race has nothing in common with the others. Similarly, only a nut case would believe they have everything in common. The “human race” is a misnomer. Humans are a species which includes a few different races all having their own strengths and weaknesses. To ignore that truth is to do a disservice to all races. I believe we are more the same than we are different, but we are different. Biologically we are all Homo Sapiens but racially we are not all white, or black or yellow, or brown or red. All dogs are canines, but all canines are not German Shepherds.

  9. StillAlive says:

    Teach your being Doxxed dude. Stand by. Your voice is about to be silenced by the communist mob.

  10. Kye says:

    Fortunately for the Democrat-Communist Party on the radical left the importation of unassimilable hordes of Mohammadan barbarians just to keep them in power we have to adapt to child brides and child rape. But then the Democrat-Communists also want to lower the voting age to 16 also to stuff the ballot box so I guess they figure if they can vote at 16 why not marry at 12,13,14 or 15?

    Living outside Philly and having to enter the filthy place a couple times a month I couldn’t help but witness the steady decline of the place. The churches are closing and new mosques are opening in their place. The city, already so “vibrant” one can’t walk at night is now resembling a mini-Mecca. The blacks have gone all-in on Mohammedanism since it justifies hate which the old fashion Christianity would never condone. So now instead of the decked out church ladies and “dudes” dressed to the nines walking up and down Broad street we see the eye slits of black women dressed head to toe in some sort of burka while their men-folk confidently stroll three steps ahead wearing white night shirts and kufis on their head. It’s like I fell asleep in 1966 in Philly and woke up 50 years later in Somalia.

    Here’s a horrifying story out of Philadelphia, as police are investigating an area mosque for allegedly facilitating child marriages and, by extension, child rape.

    WPVI-TV reports that it all started with a Facebook video from a 17-year-old girl who says she was married off at age 14 in 2016:

    “At the time I was a virgin. It was going to be my first marriage of course,” said the teen.

    She says it didn’t last. And in 2016, she says she was married off to Rajmann Sanders, a man more than twice her age who then allegedly began sexually assaulting her and her 10-year-old sister.

    “The 10-year-old was not handled correctly and everything was swept under the rug. Not only was it wrong, it was wrong to me because at the time I was still his wife,” she said.

    The Department of Human Services are currently looking after the victims. As horrible as this is, it may only be the first of many nightmares. Police are now looking into the Masjid Uthman Dan Fodiyo mosque where one of the marriages allegedly occurred as well as the home of one of the leaders.

    “This is not healthy for me or my kids. No one should want their kids around this, especially with the pedophilia, that should be enough to say no I don’t want my kids around this,” the 17-year-old victim said.

    Does this mean every mosque is a potential pedophile den? Of course not. But the fact that this sort of thing is never a leading national news story, while the mainstream media has laid it on so thick with the Catholic Church’s abuse scandal, tells us we can’t expect to get from the MSM a clear picture of how big the mosque abuse scandal really is.

    Remember that the Left is happy to ignore child abuse when one of their favored institutions is implicated. From Ann Coulter’s 2007 book Godless (pp. 167-168, hardcover):

    Analyzing the data from a survey by the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation, statistics professor Charol Shakeshaft estimates that between 1991 and 2000, roughly 290,000 students were subjected to physical sexual abuse by teachers or other school personnel. In her report for the U.S. Department of Education, Shakeshaft says that about one in every ten American children has been sexually abused in some way at school.

    Compare that with Catholic priests. A study by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said that 10,667 allegations of sexual abuse of children had been made between 1950 and 2002. Multiply that by four to account–generously–for unreported cases and it comes to 821 children abused by priests per year. Priests: 820 abused children per year; educators: 32,000 abused children per year. For those of you who went to public schools, 32,000 is greater than 820.

    • david7134 says:

      Can’t wait for the South to secede again.

    • Bill Bear says:

      “The blacks have gone all-in on Mohammedanism since it justifies hate which the old fashion Christianity would never condone.”

      Kye no doubt considers himself a Christian — yet he clearly condones (and spreads) hate.

      Funny how that works…

      • david7134 says:

        Jeff,
        What is hateful about his statement. Do you think that just because you are ignorant that others with more intelligence are hateful or bigots because they see a situation developing that you can’t see because of your ignorance? Go read Muslim literature that is the core belief for the average Muslim. But that would mean you would read and that would cause a rash.

      • formwiz says:

        Honey Boo Boo is into the same hate as the Moslems. Anybody who doesn’t see it your way is dead.

        Something she projects in what has become risible manner.

  11. formwiz says:

    My children are not white supremacists, so that’s a win in my book. You, on the other hand, should be ashamed of yourself for abusing your children.

    Any children you have are black nationalists, so they’re haters through and through.

    Years of being told that they are superior to all others because of their skin color won’t serve them well. They’ll discover you lied to them all those years, and they’ll get frustrated when they note Black people who are smarter, more talented and more successful. They are primed to go on a shooting spree one day.

    Again, Harvey’s inferiority and general mendaciousness emerge. david said nothing with regard to other races

    To your credit, you’ve never tried to hide your bigotry here, making clear that you considered Blacks to be lazy and stupid.

    No, dear, that’s clearly what you think since they’re too smart to join your cause.

    According to The Bell Curve, Asians are superior to Caucasians.

    East Asians typically earn higher IQ scores than white Americans, especially in the verbal intelligence areas. African-Americans typically earn IQ scores one full standard deviation below those of white Americans.

    Man, that’s gotta leave a mark.

    As always, Jessica misses it. IQ is not intelligence, overall; it’s how fast you learn. Any advantage Orientals have would seem to be due to the complexities of their languages.

    And Jessica is living proof that some blacks refuse to learn.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      david typed: david said nothing with regard to other races

      But earlier you typed: I told them (your kids) that since they are white that they have a burden to lead the rest of the world and that the rest of humanity is weak and stupid

      • david7134 says:

        Yes, white mans burden. That is true and you can see us having to put up with junk daily, especially from you. White mans burden and superiority are not linked in the sense you desire. But being a lower order, you will not understand.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          david,

          As an LPN you had to have taken special nursing training or have an assoc degree from a community college where you had to have taken a few biology classes.

          Can you comment on the genetic advantages of Caucasians? What genes confer white superiority?

  12. formwiz says:

    Honey Boo Boo is into the same hate as the Moslems. Anybody who doesn’t see it your way is dead.

    Something she projects in what has become risible manner.

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