Happy Birthday, Vladimir Lenin | 22Abr2013 17:53:50
Today [22 April] is Earth Day and, not coincidentally, the birthday of Vladimir Lenin. The connection between the two is controversial but not unexpected. Both Lenin and modern day "environmentalists" believe that they have been ordained to dictate to others how they should live their lives. Both also hold, or in Lenin's case, held, to the belief that the world is overpopulated-. Lenin merely had a more direct means of dealing with the problem.
My new favorite Earth Day quote:
The great thing about worshipping trees is that trees rarely ask you to do anything. Scott Ott on Celebrating Earth Day
Lenin behind environmentalism
Lenin (real name Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov), a disciple of Karl Marx, led the Bolshevik Revolution that seized power in Russia and set up the world's first Communist tyranny. His glass-encased body is on display in Moscow's Red Square, to which Communists the world over pay homage. Lenin ruled by terror from 1917 to 1924, setting up a secret police force - the Cheka. People opposed to the Communist government were imprisoned, tortured and murdered. He described his own dictatorship as "power, based directly upon force, and unrestricted by any laws."
Another thing Lenin said, in relation to the seizure of land, was: "Under the guise of Greens we shall go forward and hang the kulaks, priests, and landowners. Bounty: 100,000 rubles for each man hanged.”
Lenin's policy (ie Communist policy) is recognizable in land policies presently being enacted throughout North America and elsewhere in the diminishing free-world, and as described by George Owell in theme 9.Keeping Masses Down.
It's time for people to turn off their telescreens and get down to serious reading about the agenda behind the transfer of public lands into the hands of environmentalists, Indians and private corporations, also known as PPPs - Public Private Partnerships. Specifically, people need to understand that the United Nations (Big Brother) is calling the shots. Learning about Agenda 21, the United Nations plan to control the world's environment, is a good place to START, along with reading the following links. ~ Jackie Jura