Comment: The source of green.

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The source of green.

This is a deeply rooted prejudice that will not be easily changed. There is a natural instinct in everyone to protect the Earth that has been hijacked by the eco-fanatics and the one world government political agenda. It is not susceptible to reason and encourages a religious fervour in its adherents. It is in its essence anti-liberty.

Among the people who are most affected by e.g. the "wilding" project are small farmers and independent lumber companies. The big operators use the regulations to expand their holdings. The city dwellers are for the most part clueless about rural concerns and could care less or a part of the problem. For many it is another "cause" they can use to buff up their self esteem with little effort and no understanding of the consequences.

From what I have read the eco-agenda is well underway and many of the objectives have already been met. It is likely too late to change its course. Educating people about it will help perhaps to prepare them for the day when what has been done in the name of "saving the planet" becomes all too clear to everyone, even those who are caught up in the self righteousness of it all. For that reason alone it is worth supporting those who are trying to teach others what is being done.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)