Sometimes people tell me they wish I had a newspaper column. Hell, so do I, even though they pay crap for the amount of time you spend writing ’em.
But the real problem is that Michael Coren already has a newspaper column and says everything I’d say anyway, only better…
Earth Day [is a] contrived absurdity founded by hateful Marxists, a convicted murderer and a bunch of cliched, bearded activists is irrelevant and should in fact be the one day in the year we try to pollute a little more than is absolutely necessary — just to annoy them.
I cannot tell you how often on radio and television I have been told that babies and puppies have equal worth and that if the choice had to be made between one and the other the person would “opt for the species that has done less harm to the planet.”
There is nothing new here. This primitive, praying-to-trees mentality was popular if not dominant a few thousand years ago, when people sacrificed children, killed disabled newborns and encouraged the sick and old to take their own lives, most of which sounds eerily familiar to good old modern North America.
It was all rather inevitable. As we abandoned the capacity to think and the desire to know, we simply believed anything and everything. How ironic then, that the day after Earth Day, April 23, is Shakespeare’s birthday.
The same ideologues behind the public school system that has worked so hard for years to expunge classical education from our children and prevent them learning about true greats such as Shakespeare, are obsessed with promoting Earth Day and guaranteeing that if kids know nothing else, they will know how and when to reduce their carbon footprint…