Sunday, March 24, 2013

Did you turn your lights off on Saturday?



Obviously most of us routinely switch non-essential lights off when it’s time to go to bed. In my household, and especially with the rising cost of electricity, the habit of switching lights off in rooms where illumination serves no purpose, has long become second nature.

The heading of this posting, however, is referring specifically to the millions of people across the globe who switched their lights off yesterday in support of the annual worldwide Earth Hour event organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), an organization with general consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Every year between February and March the mainstream media is utilized to its max to encourage households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour to raise awareness about the need to take action on climate change, and in so doing save Planet Earth.

During the remaining months of the year we’re relentlessly bombarded with a variety of media-propaganda of all sorts, through mediums such as television, movies, magazines, the newspapers, the Internet, and so forth. This relentless propaganda, which is sometimes delivered in extreme subtle forms, often targeting kids, has one purpose in mind - and that is to spread the lie that Planet Earth is heading for disaster unless we the sheeple people unite and do something about it.


Now, before I continue, let's make one point crystal clear: This blog has no quibble with anyone who feels the urge to do something for the environment. In fact, it is this blog’s belief that we should all start thinking seriously about cutting down on the waste material that is polluting our air, water and soil.

However, all this hype about manmade global warming (aka climate change) is all about global control of the populace. In other words, A HOAX OF MASS PROPORTIONS!!! It is a fraud being perpetrated on people worldwide as part of a power grab by elitists. It has absolutely nothing to do with science or with saving the planet. It is nothing but crude dirty politics and a shrewd attempt to lure us all into worshiping The Earth and not the Creator of it. They’re leading us all like sheep to the slaughter and governments worldwide are merely the sheepdogs.

Last year more than 150 countries participated in the event which saw some of the world's most iconic landmarks dim at the designated hour. This year (2013) the movement has spread to Palestine, Tunisia, Suriname and Rwanda. Newcomers that plunged into darkness this year included Copenhagen's Little Mermaid, the statue of David in Florence and Cape Town's Table Mountain.

YOU CANNOT SAVE THE EARTH!

“You cannot “save the Earth.” The Earth is full of volcanoes, tornadoes, forest fires, floods, hurricanes, blizzards, droughts, earthquakes, and other completely natural activities, any or all of which can kill you. It is an utter delusion to think the Earth cares about you even if you care deeply about it. This is not to say we should not have a profound respect for the Earth and the good sense to marvel at the beauty and majesty of its mountains, oceans, and other manifestations…”
Alan Caruba – 2011 (Quoted from the blog: Warning Signs – The Greens Just Love Us to Death)

It is reassuring to see that here in South Africa not all of us have fallen for this hoax yet, as a recent voting poll on News24 indicates. However, the tide will turn and by next year 1000’s more will be deceived by misinformation, preached convincingly by seemingly intellectual folk as if it were fact.

News24 Voting Poll - Earth Hour

“For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.” - Matthew 24: 24 KJV

And speaking of Earth’s HOUR, readers who are interested on reading more about earth’s final hour may found some significant answers in one of the older postings on this blog. The article is unfortunately only available in Afrikaans:


(The article forms part of a series of Afrikaans articles I complied near the end of 2010. Translating the series into English is one of the many things I have on my “To Do” list… Any volunteers?)

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