The day after a gunman attacked the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa, the Australian government is facing increasing criticism over its funding of a theater production entitled ‘Kill Climate Deniers’ which depicts an armed siege on the Australian Parliament carried out by eco-terrorists.
Authors of the production are set to receive a $19,000 government grant, via the ACT Arts Fund, to stage the play.
While the production company initially revealed that the plot centered around environmentalists breaking into a “major institution,” and demanding, “immediate cessation of all carbon emissions and the immediate transformation of the Australian economy away from any reliance on fossil fuels,” it later emerged that the storyline depicted “an armed siege of the Australian Parliament by a group of eco-terrorists.”
Commentator Andrew Bolt labeled the government’s funding of the play an “outrage,” asserting the production exemplified how, “The left is the natural home of the modern totalitarian – and of all those who feel entitled by their superior morality to act as savages.”
The production’s authors denied that they were advocating violence in pursuit of drawing attention to claims of man-made climate change, although some of the material on the Aspen Island Theater Company’s website (now removed) seemed to suggest otherwise.
“In short, what would it take to actually stop climate change, dead in its tracks? The answer is: guns. And lots of them,” states the promo for the play.
The extremist environmentalist penchant for resorting to bloody violence to draw attention to claims about climate change was also expressed in a recent graphic novel, endorsed by a top scientist at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which depicts an environmentalist mowing down non-believers in a mall with an assault rifle.
This is by no means the first time that western governments have been involved with projects that depict the use of violence against people who do not embrace the dogma of man-made global warming.
In 2010, UK government-backed global warming alarmist group 10:10 produced an infomercial in which children who refused to lower their carbon emissions were slaughtered in an orgy of blood and guts. After a massive backlash, the organization was forced to remove the video from their website and issue an apology. Watch the clip below.
There are innumerable examples of environmentalists asserting that totalitarianism and in some cases even genocide are necessary to save the planet from the scourge of humanity.
Forum for the Future, an organization funded by big banks and corporations like Royal Dutch Shell and Bank of America as well as the British government, floated the scenario in the video below as one of the proposals for their “Megacities on the move” project. The clip shows every facet of human behavior, from meat consumption, to car use, to career choices, regulated by a dictatorial technocracy. People who resist the state controlling every aspect of their existence will be forced to live in squalid ghettos while the rest of the population will be tightly controlled in high-tech prison cities.
In 2010, Finnish environmentalist guru Pentti Linkola publicly called for climate change deniers be “re-educated” in eco-gulags and that the vast majority of humans be killed with the rest enslaved and controlled by a green police state, with people forcibly sterilized, cars confiscated and travel restricted to members of the elite.
Another Finnish environmentalist writer, Martin Kreiggeist, hailed Linkola’s call for eco-gulags and oppression as “a solution,” calling for people to “take up the axes” in pursuit of killing off the third world. Kreiggeist wants fellow eco-fascists to “act on” Linkola’s call for mass murder in order to solve overpopulation.
Also in 2010, James Lovelock, the creator of the Gaia hypothesis, told the Guardian that “democracy must be put on hold” to combat global warming and that “a few people with authority” should be allowed to run the planet because people were too stupid to be allowed to steer their own destinies.
This sentiment was echoed by author and environmentalist Keith Farnish, who in his book called for acts of sabotage and environmental terrorism in blowing up dams and demolishing cities in order to return the planet to the agrarian age. Prominent NASA global warming alarmist and Al Gore ally Dr. James Hansen endorsed Farnish’s book.
The bloodlust shared by global warming alarmists is also embraced by infamous serial killer mastermind Charles Manson, who during prison interviews routinely spoke of his belief that around 50 million humans should be slaughtered for the good of the planet. Still behind bars, Manson is now a climate change guru and attracts a wave of devoted followers.