Christian Theologian on Earth Day: ‘Climate Change Is the Totalitarian’s Dream Come True’

April 23, 2010 04:30

We are already seeing effects of the climate hoax with a law banning incandescent light bulbs already passed and much more draconian requirements coming in the proposed climate bill.  A U.N.-style treaty would mean a global government’s intrusion into how people live their private lives – “everything from the temperature at which you keep your house to whether to drive a large, crash-worthy vehicle or a small car that conserves fuel but is a death trap in an accident,” Beisner said.

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For E. Calvin Beisner and his colleagues with the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation (CASC) every day is Earth Day because Christians are called by God to be good stewards of the planet and its inhabitants.

Beisner also believes that it is not carbon emissions but global warming activism and international climate treaties that are a threat to the nation’s future and the world’s poorest populations.

“Climate change is the totalitarian’s dream come true,” Beisner, founder of the CASC, said at a conference on Thursday at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. “It offers a rationale for government intrusion into every aspect of life for every person on Earth.”

Beisner, who is also the national spokesman for the CASC, enjoys a distinguished career as teacher, author and speaker on the connection between religion and environmentalism.

Beisner painted a chilling picture of the consequences of the United States signing on to the kind of international climate change treaty proposed at a United Nations conference last year in Copenhagen.

“Global warming alarmists see each new human being in terms of his or her ‘carbon footprint,’ and already many are saying that the best way to fight global warming is for everyone to have just one child so that the population will shrink,” Beisner said.


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