Tuesday, May 15, 2007

A Little Truth from a Kyoto Proponent

I've long been curious about where the ultra-pro Kyoto proponents expect society to go. Now I finally know. Sea Shepherd founder, Paul Watson, has finally come clean with his true thoughts. In a unibomber-like endless rant, Watson makes these glorious points:

  • Human beings are much like a virus that must be stopped.
  • "I don't apologize for calling humans the 'AIDS of the Earth'."
  • There is only one cure, only one way of stopping this rising epidemic.... This will require a complete overhaul of all of humanities economic, cultural, and life style systems.
  • Human communities should be maintained in small population enclaves within linked wilderness ecosystems. No human community should be larger than 20,000 people.
  • We need to radically and intelligently reduce human populations to fewer than one billion.
  • We need to stop burning fossil fuels and utilize only wind, water, and solar power with all generation of power coming from individual or small community units like windmills, waterwheels, and solar panels.
  • Sea transportation should be by sail.
  • All consumption should be local. No food products need to be transported over hundreds of miles to market. All commercial fishing should be abolished. If local communities need to fish the fish should be caught individually by hand.
  • Preferably vegan and vegetarian diets can be adopted.
  • We need to lower populations of domestic housecats and dogs.
  • We need to stop flying, stop driving cars, and jetting around on marine recreational vehicles. The Amish survive without cars and so can the rest of us.
  • Who should have children? Those who are responsible and completely dedicated to the responsibility which is actually a very small percentage of humans. Being a parent should be a career.
  • Schools can be eliminated if the professional parent is also the educator of the child.
  • Curing a body of cancer requires radical and invasive therapy, and therefore, curing the biosphere of the human virus will also require a radical and invasive approach.

If, by chance, you agree with what this guy is saying then:
  1. You are a hypocrite because of the very fact that you're reading this on a computer. No new technology would ever be invited in Watson's little world.
  2. Immediately move out of whatever abode you're living in and far from any community larger than 20,000. Start walking your talk!
  3. Get immediate psychological help and find out why you hate your species so much.
If you ever wondered where the environmental fundamentalists want to take us, now you know.


Walter Schultz said...

Be afraid, be very afraid.

Some in the environmental movement have become our generations facists. The extremists want to rule the world or at least make all the rules.

They first tell us that the world is ending and then the only hope is to truly believe in their cause.

PelaLusa said...

I have no problem with anyone advocating any future civilization they want. They should just be completely honest about what they're looking to change our society into and then let people decide for themselves whether they're in.

With that said, the very fact that Paul Watson has published his words on a Web Log speaks extreme volumes about his hypocrisy!!!

nachtwache said...

People that think there are too many humans on this earth maybe want to volunteer to be eliminated, so we can reduce the number of idiots, oops, I mean reduce the population. I'm sure they wouldn't mind sacrificing their life for the greater good of nature.
Greenpeace and Paul Watson have lost their credibility a long time ago. They use lies and deception, too be able to present their version of an event or activity, to get people's emotions worked up and to get donations.

Walter Schultz said...


Great comments! Actually, they use fear as their tool. You know the world is ending as we know it and the only solution is follow their advice.

Brothers and sisters, follow me and drink the kool-aid. The Rev. Jim Jones would be proud.

nachtwache said...