Climate change alarmism is more cultish than it is scientific. Don’t take my word for it, take it from Hawaii’s Mazie Hirono who all but admitted climate change is a religion while speaking at the DACA Prayer Breakfast.
At today’s DACA prayer breakfast, Sen. @maziehirono says we need activists “committed to human rights and environmental rights, climate change — believe in climate change as though it’s a religion (it’s not it’s science).” pic.twitter.com/0j7IU6apcP
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 12, 2019
“For a lot of us, protesting, marching isn’t something we normally do.”
“Believe in climate change as though it’s a religion, it’s not, it’s science…”
What other entity besides religion would erect giant murals of important figureheads, in a country that’s not run by a dictatorship and thus not subjected to worshiping their dictator? Because here’s Geta Thunberg scowling at the feces-filled streets of San Francisco. All Greta is known for is rebuking non-believers for their non-belief and thus non-action against the devil of climate change. A devil with many heads made up mostly of mean conservatives who refuse to protect the planet through higher taxes and government control. Instead, we should cede all planetary and climate decisions to intellectual heavyweights like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, just to prove we don’t want the planet to burn like an over-nuked bagel bite.
Sorry, but I’ll take my chances. Pass me a straw for my frappuccino.
But I digress. Mazie Hirono is admitting what climate change alarmism is, a religion to be treated like a religion with all the trappings of religion. Figureheads, prophets, powerful villains, and the punishing of heretics. Though I’m still going with cult, because I don’t see Muslims, Jews, Christians, Buddhists or Hindus doing anything this foolish while taking themselves so seriously: Crazy Climate Alarmists Accidentally Make the Case Maybe Humans Deserve Extinction.
Thanks, Mazie. We appreciate the honesty, even if we remain skeptical of your hokey religion.