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By Henry Makow Ph.D.
March 30, 2008
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
At 8 p.m. on March 29, millions of people around the world conformed to the feel-good frenzy and shut their lights off for an hour to conserve energy and fight climate change.
This "Earth Hour" psy-op was sponsored by the elite sponsored World Wildlife Fund to remind us all that we are a burden on the ecosystem. The elites, who represent one percent of the world's population yet own over 40% of the world's wealth, apparently do not represent such a burden.
But from their perspective, we're superfluous-which is the real message of Earth Hour. Ever heard them do anything to celebrate human life?
The reason we are energy challenged is because the Illuminati central banking cartel has been suppressing non-polluting free energy technology for almost a century while at the same time fomenting wasteful wars. Why not end wars for the sake of the Earth?
Millions of people in 26 countries participated on March 29. The lights on the CN Tower in Toronto went out along with those on the Sydney Opera House, the Golden Gate Bridge and at corporations like Coca Cola and The Toronto Star.
"It's a way for people to stand up in a positive way, not just feel guilty about it," explains Josh Laughren of World Wildlife Fund-Canada. "But if this begins and ends with Earth Hour and we go back to ordinary life...it will not have been a success. There are ways we can all reduce our carbon footprint to ensure every hour in future is Earth Hour."
Hence my suggestion. If people feel they are such a burden on the planet, why not kill themselves? Is there any more effective way to say you care about the planet? Erase your "carbon footprint" altogether.
We will need some time to get our affairs in order, and say our goodbyes, but perhaps next Spring, the World Wildlife Fund could sponsor a "Kill Yourself for the Earth Day." Families, companies, cities and countries could offer sacrifices to the Environmental God. With proper promotion, millions might volunteer.
Why dither with symbolic gestures when we can make a real difference?
As former US vice-president Al Gore said last year in accepting the Nobel Peace Prize: "We are what is wrong and we must make it right!"
Let's make Al Gore proud!