Climate Cultists Sets Self On Fire At Supreme Court

I actually thought pretty hard about whether to post this or not, because I don’t like to speak ill of the dead. You really haven’t seen any posts when horrible Democrats die, right? But, this really is nuts, and the logical extension of what the Cult of Climastrology is teaching. How many articles have you seen on “eco-anxiety”, on how the kids are having big mental issues regarding ‘climate change’? That they’re being taught in the schools, from news outlets, from parents, and so forth, that the Earth Is Doomed?

Wynn Bruce dies after lighting himself on fire outside Supreme Court

A climate activist who lit himself on fire on Earth Day outside the United States Supreme Court Building has died, according to reports.

Wynn Bruce, 50, of Boulder, Colorado, died Saturday, a day after he set himself ablaze in Washington, D.C., the Metropolitan Police Department told Fox News.

The incident happened around 6:30 p.m. on the plaza in front of the court building.

He was airlifted to a local hospital, where he died.

Facebook page belonging to a person named Wynn Bruce said he was a Buddhist and a climate activist.

The climate cult has been mostly peaceful, with just a few civil disobedience actions, such as the Extinction Rebellion nutters, but, there have been incidents. Remember the loony tunes who attacked the Discovery channel building? The language of the climate cult members is becoming more and more extreme, and when they keep announcing Doom, what does that drive the Believers to do?

A Buddhist priest from Boulder said she knew Bruce and called his death “an act of compassion.”

“This guy was my friend. He meditated with our sangha [Buddhist community],” Dr. K. Kritee wrote. “This act is not suicide. This is a deeply fearless act of compassion to bring attention to climate crisis. We are piecing together info but he had been planning it for at least one year.”

Yeah, that’s what you would hear from a cult. The question now is, is this a one off, something that will rarely happen, or something that becomes more usual?

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16 Responses to “Climate Cultists Sets Self On Fire At Supreme Court”

  1. Down on the Corner says:

    Being from Boulder, Co. explains everything. The people in that city are some pretty far left whack jobs. Years ago when I dabbled in Linux operating systems I was on a forum owned by one of the Linux Distributions known then as a Linux distro.

    On said board, there was a guy who was a preacher from Boulder, Colorado. He was an avid whack job. I mean foaming at the mouth, batshit crazy, Bush Hating, Nazi spewing lunatic whenever you mentioned Bush or Global Warming.

    He rode a bike, everywhere. Forced his pregnant wife to ride bicycles as he spewed love and the gospel on Sunday while ranting insanely on Monday-Saturday on message boards about people he did not know and about Global Warming.

    This was I want to say around 2003 or thereabouts because Bush had just invaded Iraq which I was 100 percent against, but adopted the attitude well hell, we’re there, might as well support the troops rather than take to the streets and call Bush HITLER.

    The point is simple. A single run-in sent up red flags and a few years later I was sent to Boulder to do some work on computer systems and low and behold…wow, Is Boulder NUTS! Probably the most whacked-up leftist city on the planet making Berkley look tame by comparison.

  2. Dana says:

    Several Buddhist monks self-immolated to protest the war in Vietnam, and Tibetan monks have been doing the same to protest China’s rule over the province. This is not a new form of protest.

    • Professor Hale says:

      It is for America “buddhist” monks. In America, it’s just a hippie alternative for an organized religion.

  3. Dana says:

    From Robert Stacy McCain:

    We need more of these “fearless acts of compassion.” As far as I’m concerned, the entire environmentalist movement could set themselves on fire in an act of mass self-immolation “to bring attention to climate crisis,” and the world would be a better place without them. Busybody nuisances, is what they are. Nobody really likes them.

    Of course, there is no “green” way to light yourself on fire. Can’t do it with windmills or solar panels, so you’ll need good old fossil fuel to get the job done and, at $4.10 for a gallon of gas nowadays, this could get expensive — I mean, we’re talking tens of thousands of “activists” torching themselves, right? — but I’m pretty sure we could organize a GoFundMe campaign to cover the cost. Good-bye and good riddance — whoosh!

    The Buddhist monks self-immolation didn’t bring an end to the war in Vietnam; Vietnam ended because the American people wanted to quit, and after President Nixon’s Peace With Honor­®, the Communists took a short break to retool, and then they ended the war the way most wars are ended: by one side achieving a military victory. All of Vietnam descended into a Communist dictatorship. Fortunately, Vietnam eventually gave up communism economically, because it just plain doesn’t work, and now has a mostly capitalist economy, just like China, but remains under strict one-party control.

  4. Jl says:

    Thinning the herd…

  5. Hairy says:

    The first monk that burned himself to death in Vietnam in 1963 was really the beginning of the realization that our support of the South Vjetnam regime was going to be a big problem. The bhuddists were protesting for the repression they were suffering under the catholic regime ruling the South. 98% of Vietnam was bhuddist but under the control of westernized catholics By the time the USA realized that this was more a religious civil war than a political war it was too late. Saigon had lost the support of the population.
    About 160 Tibetan monks have done the same to protest the Chinese occupation of Tibet.

  6. Hairy says:

    Vietnam was reunification in 1975. The transition to capitalism began in the early 1980s. Would that transition have occurred much earlier if there had not been Ametican interference in the affairs of Vietnam? If so, would that indicate still another reason thst the Vietnam war was a colossal mistake? Did we reinforce “communism” by making them the sole legitimate opposition to American occupation? Just as we did in Afhanistan with the Taliban? Creating in both countries our own corrupt puppet government with little popular support? If we had supported Ho Chi Minh in 1954 instead of the westernized catholic minority would Vietnam have become our ally sooner? Because it is our ally now against their big bad neighbor China.

  7. Hairy says:

    Since communism is always destined to fail, why bother to oppose it militarily? And please don’t tell try and tell me that North Korea is “communist” where the workers own the means of production.

    • Jl says:

      If EVs are so good, why the need to mandate away fossil fuel powered vehicles?

      • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

        That’s what I say, Jl. What consumer products are “mandated”? If they’re good and a good value and a right price they sell themselves. I don’t need a mandate to eat a The Cheesecake Factory or to by a Samsung phone. They sell themselves. If EV’s need to be mandated they obviously have no commercial value unless you force the public to use them.


      • drowningpuppies says:

        The Chevy Spark EV ran from 2013 to 2016.
        General Motors will reportedly no longer provide battery replacements for the all-electric version of the Chevy Spark, according to a report from EV-Resource (via InsideEVs). The Chevy Spark electric vehicle (EV) was first released in 2013, and GM continued to make new models until 2016.
        A GM district executive confirmed to EV-Resource that the company is “no longer going to supply that [the Spark EV’s] battery.” GM’s inventory of Spark EV battery packs has reportedly run out as well, and the company doesn’t plan on making any more.

        Bwaha! Lolgf

    • Dana says:

      We didn’t oppose communism due to its economics, other than to keep it from spreading here, but because of its totalitarian control over the populace.

      Vietnam is now mostly capitalist economically, as is China, but they are still one-party dictatorships.

  8. Joe says:

    Did this whack job take into account the amount of carbon produced by turning himself into a crispy critter?

  9. STW says:

    Ol’ Wynn apparently never noticed how black smoke dirty a grease fire is.

  10. Mark says:

    I’m so old I remember before the invasion of Grenada, communism had never ceded an inch of territory. Predicting the past is not difficult. It’s like buying Amazon when it mattered.

  11. Jl says:

    From Tony Heller- “apparently not being able to withstand a 1 degree temp rise, he chose 1200 degrees.”

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