- New Paradigm for Mankind: Green is the New Brown, Global Warming is Population Reduction
This week’s New Paradigm show gives an overview of a soon-to-be-released EIR special report, “The Global Warming Fraud is Population Reduction”, detailing the history of the environmentalist movement and dossiers on the movement’s founders, including Prince Philip and Hans Schellnhuber. Benjamin Deniston also discusses his contributions to the report including how the climate data over the last 20 years has been falsified to show “warming.”
JASON ROSS: Hi, there. Today is August 26, 2015, and you are joining us for this week’s Weekly Report with the LPAC Basement Team. I’m Jason Ross. I’ll be the host today, and I’m joined in the studio with Ben Deniston, Alicia Cerretani, and by Megan Beets.
As you probably heard in perhaps frantic news reporting, there’s a major crash going on in the markets, which is, in a certain way, part of the economy, the financial sector catching up with what’s already been going on in the Real Economy.
Lyndon LaRouche has warned over the past couple of days, including very strongly today, that we’re facing the greatest crash in human history and we have to be ready with a Franklin Roosevelt response. That’s not the response that Wall Street intends to implement. And Wall Street must be shut down immediately. We cannot keep Wall Street and the Real Economy. We can’t have both — the maintenance of Wall Street and the survival of ourselves.
So, the other problem, beyond Wall Street, the City of London, the financial cancer that is sitting on the planet right now, is a deliberately pushed policy of suicide, in addition to the murder being practiced by Wall Street. That suicide takes the form of Greenism, of a concern about global warming, of attempts to save the planet from camel farts, and a desire to reduce greenhouse emissions so the earth doesn’t boil over or, as Obama put it, when telling a group of people in South Africa why they weren’t allowed to have air-conditioning, he said, “If you folks did that, the planet would melt.” It’s just not true.
ALICIA CERRETANI: Well, if they’re trying to make the world a better place, their idea of better is, it’s very good for just a few people, about a small handful of people which is them.
The origins of conservation — protecting the planet, protecting the animals from human beings — the origins of this policy sprung up in the heyday of the British Empire. And if people objectively looked at the green policy as it exists today, you could see the British Empires fingerprints all over it. This is an imperial policy.
As I said, the idea of conserving land, conserving resources came about at the height of the British Empire. Who better knows the relationship between resource access and population than the British? They owned huge tracts of land in the last century and a half to two centuries, so they are very aware of this relationship.