Is the climate change movement a religious cult? Written by Lawrence Rogak, Philosopher/ lawyer who wrote the book on New York PIP.
Consider my argument:
- They believe in things that cannot be observed or objectively proven; it’s all theory and predictions.
- They believe they are “saving the world.”
- They fervently try to convert non-believers, using fear and threats of doom.
- Those who do not accept their beliefs, they call “deniers.”
- They demand that you give up your earthly comforts in order to obtain a future reward.
- They warn unbelievers that a firey hell awaits them in an apocalypse that’s coming soon.
- They demand that you repent of your “climate sins” by donating to the cause.
- They permit their patrons to continue their climate sins by buying indulgences in the form of carbon credits.
- They claim that their beliefs are based on science, but none of their many predictions have ever been accurate.
- They lay the guilt on their believers, nice and thick.
- Meanwhile, their leaders live like kings, following none of the rules they prescribe for their believers.
Is this a fair comparison?
Mvh. Trude Helén Hole
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