Those that know me realize I often preach that if we are to save this country, we need to engage Liberals to our cause. The problem for us all is how to have a conversation with a Liberal. I continually try to think of new ways that might have a chance.
First it is important to realize what does not work: Arguments about policy! Intellect will never reconcile emotion, and vice-versa, yet, we continually try to reason with a Liberal. Never ask a Liberal what they think, but rather, after providing a morsel of information you should ask them how they feel.
Arguments over legislation and policy will lead nowhere for it is content-driven and thereby intellectually laden. It is important to provide the contextual framework from which various policies flow, rather than engage in arguments about the merits (or lack thereof) about any given particular policy.
It is my intent here to provide resources regarding context, some examples of “feely” type questions, and substantiate all talking points with verifiable and irrefutable links to back up anything you may say.
As we Conservatives are mostly aware, our country is to be radically transformed, and the justification for so-doing is steeped in environmental survival, thus, global survival. Most of us (either from the Left or Right) are neither Geologists or Climatologists, and are in no position to confer positive/negative absolutism to this debate. What we do have though is irrefutable proof that ‘climate-change’ is a political platform. Has science been politicized to help foist some agenda? This is our first inquiry. It is not important if we believe that it is true or false, what is important is to understand it’s ontological underpinnings as a political agenda. What should be equally important to all people is understanding what this radical transformation will entail and what effect it will have upon each of our lives. At least then people are making informed decisions.
Herein I provide a few quotes, and urge you to at least look at the myriad of others provided by following the link. I will also provide links to the organizations that are hellbent on ‘radically transforming society’. In conclusion I will give some example questions to pose.
“The common enemy of humanity is man.
In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up
with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming,
water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these
dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through
changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome.
The real enemy then, is humanity itself.”
– Club of Rome,
premier environmental think-tank,
consultants to the United Nations
“We need to get some broad based support,
to capture the public’s imagination…
So we have to offer up scary scenarios,
make simplified, dramatic statements
and make little mention of any doubts…
Each of us has to decide what the right balance
is between being effective and being honest.”
– Prof. Stephen Schneider,
Stanford Professor of Climatology,
lead author of many IPCC reports
“We’ve got to ride this global warming issue.
Even if the theory of global warming is wrong,
we will be doing the right thing in terms of
economic and environmental policy.”
– Timothy Wirth,
President of the UN Foundation
Circle of Corruption
This is Al Gores company, which has heavily invested in the startup of the Chicago Climate Exchange. Other noteworthy investors are Barrack Obama, The Joyce Foundation, The Ford Foundation, Maurice Strong, George Soros, David Rockefeller, et al.
Question: How does it make you feel to know that laws are being created that will tax you for your carbon footprint (Cap and Trade), and that the very people that have decided to penalize you are profiteering off your money?
Question: How does it make you feel (irrespective of your belief in climate change theory) that those people who are pushing radical transformation and a change of lifestyle for you, are they themselves billionaires (or ultra mega millionaires) and not willing to change their lifestyle?
Question: If we must re-distribute the wealth in order to engage a paradigm that will avert global ecological disaster, how do you feel about the fact that Maurice Strong, George Soros, Al Gore, (and all the usual players) are not re-distributing their wealth, or willing to give up their jet planes, mansions, Ferrari’s, etc? Do you feel it is right that ultimately you may be forced to drive some car that runs on batteries so as to preserve our environment, while they drive in limousines?
In my radio shows I often point out that the re-distribution of wealth is for the benefit of these power brokers and multinational corporations. These internationalists view the world as “markets”, not sovereign countries. Most of the world is poverty-stricken, and not a viable source of revenue through consumerism. Al Gore’s hedge fund focuses on those companies that can find innovative ways to open these markets…(with OUR money of course). Here is an excerpt from their website:
According to some experts, the Base of the Pyramid is an untapped market opportunity of $13 trillion in annual sales as well as significant invisible assets. InThe Mystery of Capital, Hernando de Soto estimates that there are well over $9 trillion such unregistered assets (houses, equipment, and so on) in the rural villages and urban slums of the world.” These are assets that could be used to collateralize loans/credit to allow people to become part of the economic system or market. Other evidence of BoP potential includes market demand for microfinance is close to $300 billion, as compared to the $4 billion of current supply. Today there are over 3,100 microfinance institutions that served close to 100 million clients. And remittances are somewhere between two and three times the level of development aid from rich to poor countries. For example, a total of $167 billion in remittances flowed to developing countries last year.
Only in the past 5-10 years have certain multinational companies begun to experiment with new business models, products, and services aimed at the Base of the Pyramid (BoP) market. Understanding how a company thinks about markets at the base of the economic pyramid can provide insight into new growth opportunities (business quality indicator) and a company’s leadership and ability to innovate (management quality indicator).
It is interesting to note that the Tri-Lateral Commission, The Council on Foreign Relations, The Rockefeller Foundation, and the Club of Rome were all founded by David Rockefeller. It is also interesting to note that all the myraid organizations, alliances, IGO’s and NGO’s all carry the same message, and all have the usual people associated with them.
The ‘biggies’ behind the theoretical development of a political platform are Maurice Strong, David Rockefeller, Al Gore, Alexander King, and George Soros. These names will repeat themselves as you start sifting through each and every one of these organizations. For an in-depth at the people and organizations, click [here].
The collaborative efforts of these politicians, globalist, industrialists, and financiers each work to shape policy. Maurice Strong is founder of the Earth Charter, and is responsible for writing policy underlying the Kyoto Treaty, the Rio Earth Summit, and the Earth Charter Initiative. The Club of Rome (via the collaborative efforts of all their different alliances), put together Agenda 21, adopted by the United Nations and signed by G.H. Bush in 1992. The Earth Charter Initiative is a global curriculum for the re-education of our children, adopted by UNESCO and signed by G.W. Bush in 2000.
Question: It is important that we all have some plan for our life, but how do you feel about the fact it is being planned by someone else, not you?
Question: Are you beginning to understand what it is we mean when we say we are fighting to preserve our individual freedom?
Question: Do you understand that these Globalists do not care if you are Red or Blue, because when we all become subject to their vision, we all suffocate together?