Wealth Redistribution Through Climate Activism

2019 has been a very educational year for Carl Benjamin.

Sargon of Akkad

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His conversation with Piers Corbyn is another significant step.

Wealth Redistribution Through Climate Activism
Piers Corbyn Interview
Sargon of Akkad [aka Carl Benjamin]

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4 Responses to Wealth Redistribution Through Climate Activism

  1. cadxx says:

    Beat the people until they are happy.

  2. Louis Hissink says:

    It’s ironic, the Marxists are at ease being urbanised bourgeoise social justice warriors, yet they excoriate the bourgeoise in classical Marxist policy. Of course cultural Marxism propaganda 101 is to accuse your opponents of your own failings, so it takes a bourgeoise to criticise other bourgeoises, and there’s no self awareness at all of this fundamental contradiction. The stupids can be very, very dangerous, if only because they have no idea what their policies will lead to.

  3. CW says:

    Thank you, Tim. Radical greens have invested decades of activism and agitprop in the political cult of climate change. They’re not going to give up now. How it all began is a subject I wrote about in an article published five years ago. Which came first, the reds or the greens?

  4. Louis Hissink says:

    Clark, I suspect the political movement goes even further back in the 19th century with the climate catastrophes associated with the Maunder Minimum event. Environmentalism seems to have surface during that period, probably as a subconscious reaction to the LIA, and hence the urge to behave correctly in order to forestall or stop future climate changes.

    What really happened at the LIA event? It seems to be driving present day politics yet no one seems aware of this, save for a few here. And I’m not suggesting history is being wilfully written to fit some political agenda, but that the various politicians and authors, historians, are simply trying to explain what happened within the scope of their own experience and knowledge, scant as it was and is.
    One of the wonders of wonders is how Napoleon managed to invade Russia during 1812. His army was ~700,000 men, and the logistics of feeding and maintaining this army, and the horses, etc. is never really explained. The written history of the period seems to have been romanticised by authors who lacked any relevant experience.

    Gunnar’s revision could well be extended to the LIA.

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