From Marx to Gaia

People who are not governed by God
Will be ruled by tyranny.
William Penn

What an extraordinary convergence of events. As the Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky lay dying in an English hospital in late October – days before the 30th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall and 31 years after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was ratified by the UN General Assembly – his passing was coinciding with a worldwide convulsion of climate-related events.

Beginning with the annual meeting of the UN in New York in September where thousands of politicians, bureaucrats and activists from 70 countries and 100+ large cities gathered to hear the latest on the UN warning that the planet has only 11 years to avoid irreversible climate catastrophe. But don’t worry because this apocalypse can be averted by all nations committing to #netzero CO2 emissions by 2050.

Among those frightened attendees was none other than the latest ‘climate change’ icon, Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old scold from Sweden who sailed the Atlantic to speak at the UN and to circulate her doomsday message across the U.S. and Canada. And to meet U.S. congresswoman and radical socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to discuss Cortez’s Green New Deal, that mult-trillion-dollar scheme that would ban the use of all fossil fuels, grounding airplanes and vehicles around the world and grinding all economies to a halt. Then came a Thunbergian irony when next month’s annual climate meeting (CO25) in Chile was cancelled due to an outbreak of violence in that country over fuel and food shortages. But not to worry. The anxious teen was duly rescued by another sailor who volunteered to take her aboard his plastic catamaran to Spain for the relocated confab in Madrid.

Meanwhile, amidst all this high climate drama was the re-election of climate-change fantasist Justin Trudeau as the prime minister of Canada, now more intent than ever on the further greening of Canada’s economy by crippling it with ever more punishing carbon taxes in the name of protecting the planet. Never mind this destructive carbon tax is being imposed in the cleanest country on Earth, a country with no influence on world climate whatsoever and therefore impotent in reducing international greenhouse carbon emissions. But prime ministerial delusions (and political debts perhaps?) must be indulged, despite the fact that Alberta is now so fed up with the Trudeau policies now denying that oil rich province even a pipeline to get their chief product to market that many Albertans are now seriously considering leaving Confederation.

Elsewhere on the climate scene, meanwhile, came a warning issued late last month by 11,000 ‘climate scientists’ demanding the population be reduced. Yes, NBC News reported breathlessly that 11,000 scientists had issued a report contending that the Earth faces a “climate emergency” and that the only sensible response is human population reduction, though the methods were unspecified. As it turned out, however, there was no study, just a press release. And it wasn’t from 11,000 ‘scientists’ at all. It was 11,000 random people who put their names on a web page. Oops!

So much for climate science. Another day, another global warming/climate change deceit which are so very common these days in this twilight world of fake news.

Now on to Madrid next month where COP 25 – the UN’s 25th climate confab – will churn out 12 days of predictable press releases about the dire state of the Earth’s climate, reminding all and sundry of the dire importance of signing onto the 2015 Paris Climate Accord that Justin Trudeau has been so passionately promoting since he attached Canada to it four years ago.

The Slipping Mask

Nevertheless, the climate-change mask has been slipping gradually since as far back as the UN Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in 2009 with its emphasis on population control as the final solution and its demand for an international treaty to bring all nations under its control.

Their ultimate goal? Not to make Bambi’s life more pleasant but to put all economic activity under global control. It’s about power for the very few, and funding endless green energy boondoggles gradually undermining and sapping the strength of every institution across the West. It’s about governments and individuals gaining power via a radically-inspired political formula wherein oil companies are demonized, green activists are promoted, corporate activity is directed towards ineffective, regressive and bankrupting climate “technologies of the future” and carbon taxes are loaded on.

Which is why the push for an international treaty has been so relentless, with world leaders repeating climate-change slogans like a population-conditioning mantra until enough true believers and/or power seekers attain sufficient positions of strategic power that their policies can be enacted regardless of any public, intellectual and scientific dissent.

So naturally, you’d assume that many sensible citizens figured out this game long ago; that they’d have learned to anticipate all the organized stunts, all the paid-for demonstrations and all the apocalyptic stories heading their way when any UN-related circus is about to hit the news, insisting yet again that the sky is falling and that the naked emperor is more beautifully garbed than ever!

Sadly, this has not been the case. Today it appears that while many have clued in, a worrying number of citizens have not. Which means that school kids are still being subjected to all the same climate propaganda that freaked out poor Greta Thunberg, leaving them in a state of frightened despair, and many without sensible parents to quiet their fears and set them straight.

So the question of how we got here remains more important than ever. Because until the why and how is understood, things will only get worse. Much worse. Unless or until there is significant resistance to the campaign of lies that has been steadily herding us away from the truth and into eventual global slavery.

Who’s to blame?

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As for who’s to blame, Bukovsky had the answer. He would have laid much of the above on the doorstep of Mikhail Gorbachev, the final leader of the Soviet Union and a Nobel Peace Prize winner, widely considered one of the most significant figures of the second half of the 20th century. As such, Gorbachev has been widely praised for his pivotal role in ending the Cold War by allowing the fall of Marxist-Leninist governments in eastern and central Europe, and the about-to-collapse Soviet Union. But few if any remember that in 1987, five years before the USSR imploded, Gorbachev and the shadowy Canadian politician, Maurice Strong, both members of the Club of Rome, answered a call from the UN World Commission on the Environment and Development for a new charter to guide the planned transition to sustainable development.

Bukovsky regarded Gorbachev as a deceiver who’d morphed from communist dictator to benign ecologist by moving to San Francisco in the 1990s to set up a hub of green political power with a pair of NGO’s – Green Cross International and the Gorbachev Foundation – all culminating in the official unveiling of The Earth Charter in 2000. And all with the assistance of a global network of influential figures, including Buddhist environmentalist and Planned Parenthood and Population Control advocate Steven C. Rockefeller and Alexander Likhotal, President of Gorbachev’s twin environmental organization Green Cross International.

The mission of the Earth Charter – co-founded under the United Nations umbrella – was to call the world to action on “environmentalism”, a vague concept which has provided rhetorical cover for so much else cloaked under its equally vague-worded road map of building “a just, sustainable and peaceful global society in the 21st century … the Earth Charter seeks to inspire in all people a new sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the whole human family … and to find common ground in the midst of our diversity and to embrace a new global ethic.” All of which is code for pantheistic globalism. This also signifies – if there was any doubt at all – that the colours of the international communist movement that came into being under Vladimir Lenin in 1917 had changed from red to green. Yet it’s the same Marx-inspired atheistic communism that caused the deaths of over 60 million, mostly its own citizens, in the Soviet Union alone.

Bukovsky knew all this. As did so many others who suffered under 70 years of murderous Soviet governments and who fully understood that when the Berlin Wall “fell” in November 1989, and the Soviet Union “collapsed” three years later, communism had not gone away; it had not disappeared. It had merely morphed into the Green Movement where it rebuilt its former power in the same old ways – propaganda, guilt, terrorism and bogus ‘science’.

And in this case, under the murky precepts of the Earth Charter and Green Cross. And since its official roll-out in 2000, it has advanced itself with the assistance of phoney or contorted ‘science’ attempting to prove that Man, not God, rules this intricate timepiece of a planet whose weather and climate lies in the Divine Order of God, not Man. Indeed, according to ‘global warming/climate change’ doctrine, Man is the Earth’s pestilence, as stated in a 2013 IPCC Report declaring that humans are causing climate change. In a major statement in September of that year (coinciding with the UN’s annual gathering), the United Nations’ panel on climate change said scientists are now 95% certain that recent global warming is caused by humans. And, according to research, levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere had reached levels that were “unprecedented”.

So there you have it. From that day on, it’s been official. Man is the enemy of the planet.

How did we get here?

Still, it’s worth reminding readers how all this came about. Picture the scene at the San Francisco Presidium on October 2, 1996 (Ghandi’s birthday), as Gorbachev addressed the State of the World Forum. There he stood, amidst a flurry of symbols and symbolism, to declare his support for the Earth Charter which he was to unveil officially four years later. It was a colourful event, one that journalists across the world appear to have forgotten as the noose of eco-socialism tightens around their necks and everyone else’s.

Long forgotten are Gorbachev’s words: “The alternative to the existing world order can only emerge as a result of a new human dimension of progress. We envision a revolution of the mind, a new way of thinking … The use of force may be sometimes an instrument of politics but from the standpoint of evolution of civilization, the road lies through democracy. Let us think together what we should do to democratize democracy.” Democratize democracy?

Long forgotten too were the six hundred participants who joined in this pre-Christian tableau, chanting Mayan prayers while “Mayan” butterflies fluttered above and a large banner showing winds and waters of planet Earth swirled below. “We have the heart beat of Mother Earth; we are still connected to the earth from which we came,” intoned an indigenous chief as he handed Gorbachev a native blanket. “We give this blanket with a sacred prayer. We shall continue to come and join with you until together we change and transform this entire Mother Earth into a new world civilization organized on the principle of justice and hope.”

Haven’t we seen this before? And even more recently in Rome?

Gorbachev & Strong

Yet, all these years later, how many remember – or ever drew a connection – between the aforementioned Maurice Strong and Gorbachev in drafting the very Earth Charter the former General Secretary of the USSR was extolling? How many today remember Strong as a huge promoter of the Greek goddess ‘Gaia’ – that Greek primordial deity popularly known as the goddess of Mother Earth? And his instrumental role in drawing up the charter for a new global government under UN Control? It was to be new global government that would bring forth “a sustainable global society founded on respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.” Which was Marxist code for the implementation of a harmless-sounding globalist government based on radical environmental religion which, as Strong noted, would require a “global brain trust” of spiritual, business and intellectual world leaders such as Deepak Chopra and Shirley MacLaine. And a “a new Ten Commandments” of the Earth. Which was to be administered by the UN which was to become the home of a new “Ark of Hope”, a handpainted wooden chest reminiscent of the original Ark of the Covenant and housing as The Earth Charter as a testimonial of this new world religion. I’m not making this up!

Such blasphemous hubris came as no surprise to men like Bukovsky who knew that Gorbachev has never renounced Communism. Nor, during his years of research, was he surprised to learn that Gorbachev also encouraged his fellow Communist Party members and officers of the KGB to set up joint ventures with Western businesses to further their political aims after the USSR’s collapse. Writes Bukovsky: “Starting with laundering party funds and transferring the resources within their grasp (oil, rare metals), these malevolent, mafia-like structures grew like a cancer, absorbing all ‘private’ enterprise in the countries of the former USSR.”

Since then, the cancer has only spread. Imperceptibly and through the ethers, seeping into the culture via ceaseless activism and propaganda, sucking in huge corporations and their scions along with way, together with the assistance of grant-hungry universities and their willing professors and in lockstep, a Pavlovian-conditioned media and their hugely gullible listeners.

The Culmination

Which explains where we are today and what we have long been witnessing. This is the culmination of a decades-long subversive campaign whose aim has always been the total eradication of God from this entire world. And not any old god either, but the God of Gods, the Light of Lights, the True God of True God, Begotten not Made, through Whom all things are made. The God of Abraham, the God Who will return in glory to judge the living and the dead and to rule this Earth. This same Earth the pagans have been worshipping.

Of course, we as Canadians are expected to treat all this radical ecological nonsense seriously. To treat this elaborate lie as truth. This scam as legitimate. Despite the testimony of serious scientists calling it a fraud (aka “deniers”). And despite the fact that any changes in climate may be part of a normal cycle; and if changes really are happening abnormally, we are not certain of the cause(s) or extent of them, nor is there any certainty that human action has any meaningful bearing on them. And despite the fact that all the dire and hysterical predictions unleashing this worldwide alarm about the climate have, over time, been proved inaccurate as the temperature has risen barely one degree in twenty years, the oceans have not risen, polar bear numbers are rebounding and, ironically, the world may be facing a cooling period instead, as predicted so widely in the 1970s. Add to that, Canada has less than two percent of the world’s carbon footprint and any thinking Canadian has to question what the real agenda is behind Trudeau’s ruinous green agenda.

Even so, while the media is still ignoring the “deniers” and still buying and selling all this climate-related propaganda and repeating it dutifully like a daily mantra on air and in print, one might well ask why this most recent cluster of climate-related, fear-mongering events? The reason is simple: No lie can be sustained forever, particularly a big lie. So much so that even its perpetrators may at long last be sensing that their window is closing.

But you wouldn’t know that from a recent issue of a well-known Canadian Catholic newspaper which recently ran the banner headline: “Hear the cry of the Earth.”

The subversion, it appears, is now complete. But there is hope because the fear and shame of being discovered will follow. In fact, it may be just over the horizon.

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Paula Adamick is founding editor of The Canada Post, the newspaper serving the Canadian expat community in the United Kingdom (about 200,000 of us) from 1997 to 2012. With a BA in English and Journalism and a UK Masters degree in International Journalism, Adamick has also served as arts correspondent for The Scotsman and as a frequent contributor to The Evening Standard, and The Daily Mail (all UK) as well as to Canadian publications such as Challenge and Catholic Insight.