12 Jan 2019
ACTIVISM: Inside the Sunrise Movement (it didn’t happen by accident). “The birth of the Sunrise Movement started with a small grant, a lot of Monster Energy drinks and a little help from the Sierra Club. Now it’s the most talked-about environmental group in Washington.”
In 2014, Hillary Clinton quietly mentioned that Russia is funding environmental activists through Klein LTD. The Sea Change Foundation, the Sierra Club, and the Sunrise Movement are the most well known of these groups. While Klein LTD denies it all, the GOP actually conducted an investigation confirming allegations. Oddly, access to the original report has been blocked on the internet. Fortunately, I previously downloaded a copy of it.
Consensus on the Hill was that Russia is doing this to disrupt our energy market, but I disagree. Here’s what I’ve noticed about politicians (like Jill Stein, and AOC) who are involved with these groups.
- They show little to no concern over Russian active measures.
- They are radical about climate change and advocate for a Green New Deal as a means for abolishing capitalism, which they believe is what is killing our planet.
- They push for isolationist foreign policies of non-intervention.
I am not suggesting that any of these people are Kremlin agents… not at all. But the fact that their agendas support Russian objectives merits concern and reflection.
While our strategists and liberal intelligentsia contemplate the various ways that we’re being fucked with, I think it is very important that we remember that Russia’s very first goal for America, was to convert us to socialism.
“The Communist theory of international affairs is exceedingly simple. The revolution foretold by Marx, which is to abolish capitalism throughout the world, happened to begin in Russia, though Marxian theory would seem to demand that it should begin in America.” — Bertrand Russell
A little known fact, is that the term “American Exceptionalism” was actually coined by Stalin to describe how we are the exception to Marxist theory. The usual methods for provoking a proletariat uprising don’t work on us… and Gorbechev actually predicted that “climate alarmism” is what would do the trick.
Climate change deniers have been warning for years, that communists are co-opting environmentalism as a tool for destroying capitalism. But, because they deny climate science, we’ve ignored them… just like we ignored Glenn Beck’s warnings about Dugism, because he is Glenn Beck.
If you haven’t already read the text of the Green New Deal, please do. And do so, with the knowledge that it was written by the Sunrise Movement, and that there’s a good chance that the Sunrise Movement may be a Kremlin Op.
It’s been easy for us to recognize and condemn the ways active measures have manipulated those on the Right side of the political spectrum, but we have failed to acknowledge the ways we are being manipulated on the Left as well.
The Right has been tricked into attacking aspects of democracy which they’ve been conditioned into viewing as threats to conservatism and the American way of life. Similarly, the Left is being tricked into attacking aspects of democracy which they’ve been conditioned into viewing as threats to the environment and human existence. In both cases, existential crisis has served as the triggering mechanism.
Many of us have been worried about how a fifth column might exist in the right-wing of politics… a fifth column which intends a soft coup that would fundamentally change our constitutional form of government. But most of us have totally missed how the very same thing is happening in the left-wing.
The currently proposed Green New Deal calls for us to mobilize the nation against climate change, the same way we did during World War II. I’d like to remind people that our constitution had to be suspended for that Total War Machine. And the same thing would have to happen today for the Green War Machine, because it as well calls for the government to control our means of production. If that were to happen… it would mean that the “non-binding” resolution currently known as the Green New Deal would supersede our constitution for at least ten years.
Personally, I’m all for saving the environment… but do we really have to sacrifice democracy to do it? I don’t think so… and I hope we don’t.