Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Obama--Messiah for a New Religion

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On Monday, Barack Obama spoke at the UN climate summit, now in its second week in Glasgow, Scotland---and in doing so his messianic complex was on full display---reminding us of a moment back in 2008 when he declared that his arrival would cause "the rise of oceans to slow and our planet would begin to heal."

James Delingpole says it's not about climate change, it's about a new kind of religion emerging from the pomp and circumstance of the climate movement itself.

There are two ways to understand the "pantomime" in Glasgow, he says, one is to read Ephesians 6:12; "The other is to recognize it for what it really is: a giant eco-fascist gaslighting operation."

Be informed, not misled.

The vision.

When Barack Obama stepped to the podium in Glasgow on Monday, Thomas Gallatin was reminded of the moment back in 2008 when, upon securing the Democrat presidential nomination, Obama stepped on stage and pompously said that future generations would realize "this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal."

In reality, it was the moment when America, a nation with the distinct and proud history of spreading the idea of liberty to the world, was a few months away from having to endure---for eight years--- the self-righteous, condescending denunciations of a narcissist who could find little good in the nation that had elected him.

Hours after arriving in his private jet, he began stoking the anger of youthful ignorance.

And the apologizing began.

"You are right to be frustrated," he said, "folks in my generation have not done enough to deal with a potentially cataclysmic problem that you now stand to inherit."

Later he continued in the spirit of Greta Thunberg: "I want you to stay angry. I want you to stay frustrated," he told them. "Channel that anger, harness that frustration, keep pushing harder and harder for more because that's what's required to meet this challenge."

He blasted Donald Trump for pulling out of the Paris Accords and blamed Republicans in general for lack of "progress," explaining that both he and Joe Biden have been "constrained" by one of the US's political parties that even expresses "open hostility towards climate science, and makes climate change a partisan issue."

The forerunners to the climate cult.

Delingpole says

"It's all about optics. The spectacle of dozens of world leaders and their vast entourages arriving in their fleets of private jets is designed to awe the gullible masses into believing that the 'climate crises' is real and urgent and the number one priority. The hyperbolic language of imminent doom is designed to generate an air of fear and panic and 'something must be done'."

Delingpole notes that none of this would have been possible without a complicit press---focusing on his own BBC and their deep involvement in advancing the false gospel---including their rewriting of the history of the climate change movement following "Climategate."

You may recall that a few years ago a great number of emails were leaked showing the climate activists' communications regarding how to foist the climate message on the people of the world---especially America and Europe.

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has created a new fake-news docudrama called "The Trick" in which one of the "dodgy shysters caught red-handed in the Climategate emails is recast as a heroic and selfless climate scientist harassed by evil, nasty deniers."

Delingpole goes to some length in identifying how the media is advancing the cult-like climate movement.

Is climate cult a replacement for Christianity?

Former British Chancellor Nigel Lawson has published a piece that begins: 

Human folly is all too common. But in a long life I have never come across anything remotely as bad as the current climate scare.

Decarbonization, in short, would be an unparalleled economic calamity. So how is it that the UK and most of the western world have signed up to it? The answer can only be conjectural. I suggested at the start that the current climate scare is a quasi-religious hysteria. Mankind seems to have a psychological need for a belief system. Traditionally in the West, this has been Christianity; but with the waning place of Christianity in the modern world, climate catastrophism has emerged to take its place.

Lawson reminds his reader that he has closely followed this climate story for more than 20 years, and concludes that:

"Anyone who has looked into the subject honestly will have the inescapable conclusion that the Climate Industrial Complex is, with Big Pharma, the most corrupt and rapacious industry in the world; that the environmental scare stories being used to terrify us into submission are groundless; and that the only reason anyone believes otherwise is because over the last three or four decades the public has been brain-washed with a massive gaslighting operation embracing schools, universities, the bought-and-paid-for media, the institutions, Hollywood and big business."

He says, "The real purpose of the eco agenda is the same as it's always been: to feed the greed of a parasitical Malthusian elite which despises ordinary people and which, masking its bad intentions behind a cloak of environmental righteousness, uses green issues as a way of expanding and entrenching its power."


Gary, you're overstating all this. 

Then explain this hypocrisy.

It's interesting that Barack Obama charges Republicans with "hostility towards climate science" and warns Florida residents of rising sea levels when he has purchased a $15 million oceanfront mansion on Martha's Vineyard and is currently building another seaside vacation mansion in Hawaii on the site of the original "Magnum PI" TV show mansion.

I'm listening.

About Ephesians 6:12.

Here's what is really going on: 

"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."

Be Informed--not misled. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.