April 22nd is coming. Do you know what that really means? If you don’t, and if you read nothing else today, please read this excellent article by Kevin DeAnna, and recently re-posted to Gds44’s blog.

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Do you know why Earth Day is April 22?.

Clue: It didn’t start as celebration of butterflies, recycling and solar energy

By Kevin DeAnna

School children, businesses, clergy, politicians and even the United States military soon will honor the birthday of Vladimir Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union.

Of course, they will call it Earth Day.

Brian Sussman points out in his explosive new book, “Eco-Tyranny: How the Left’s Green Agenda will Dismantle America,” that the first nationwide Earth Day was held April 22, 1970, the 100th anniversary of the birth of the communist Bolshevik leader.

The “nationwide teach in” was spearheaded by Democratic Sen. Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin and college professor Paul Ehrlich.

Ehrlich had just written the “Population Bomb” in 1968, which famously – and falsely – predicted, “In the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite…

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  1. Earth Day, the first one, was April 22, because it was the first week after all U.S. colleges completed their spring breaks, and on Wednesday, the day that almost all students had a class and therefore a reason to be on campus to see or experience a teach-in.

    Lenin was a greedy polluter, and not an advocate of protecting the environment at all. He did not believe in protecting individual humans, as environmentalists do.

    See here, for a start: http://timpanogos.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/why-we-worry-about-global-warming-it-aint-the-climate-its-the-people/

  2. Lenin was a polluter, yes. But how is that any surprise? His hypocrisy and duplicity is now legendary.

    This wouldn’t be the first time communist environmentalists have obfuscated their agenda through its own brand of kafiric taqqiya to ensure a global PR victory. I’m a dual-use conservationist and have no problem with there being a balance in the use of earth’s resources and the protection of fragile habitat. We have the technology today to have our cake and eat it, too, if we were only allowed to use it. Thanks to the byzantine regulations of the EPA and countless other three-letter agencies, innovation around traditional energy extraction is dying an order of magnitude faster than the Kanab Amber Snail.

    But locking entire populations out of their natural resources is economic suicide. Taken a step further, it wouldn’t take long for it to turn into genocide.

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