We've known for decades that public school children are being brainwashed with Evolution and other lies. Now they're being brainwashed with an eco religion.
The New Eco Kiddies on the BlockGeneration Green is growing up fast and keeping a watchful eye on the polluting parents of the world. The NY Times reports that the eco-kids have different wishlists from those who came before them; they want their household equipped with reusable shopping bags, energy-saving lightbulbs, solar panels and a hybrid car.
Their eco, and sometimes expensive, demands are a product of everything from their education to pop culture--and they're spouting out phrases like, "Every day is Earth Day" whenever they hear the car idling for too long (good thing Santa runs on reindeer power!).
One parent thinks his son "takes it too far," as he's even foregone using his precious night lights! Will these miniature eco-troops grow out of their militant standards, or will they keep going until they save the world, one parent at a time?
Frank Furedi recalls being educated
through fear in Stalinist Hungary, and
is disturbed that the same tactics are
now used by environmentalists.
There is a long and sordid tradition of trying to socialise children by scaring them. The aim of such socialisation-through-fear is twofold: firstly, to get children to conform to the scaremongers’ values; secondly, to use children to influence, or at least to contain, their parents’ behaviour.
When I was a schoolchild in Stalinist Hungary, we were frequently warned about the numerous threats facing our glorious regime. I also recall that we were encouraged to lecture our errant parents about the new wonderful values being promoted by our brave, wise leaders. The Big Brothers of the 1940s saw children as tools of moral blackmail and social control. Today, in the twenty-first century, scaremongers see children in much the same way, exploiting their natural concern with the wonders of life to promote a message of shrill climate alarmism.
If you want to know how it works, watch the official opening video of the Copenhagen summit on climate change (see below). Titled ‘Please Help The World’, the four-minute film opens with happy children laughing and playing on swings. A sudden outburst of rain forces them all to rush for cover. The message is clear: the climate threatens our way of life. It then cuts to a young girl who is anxiously watching one TV news broadcaster after another reporting on impending environmental catastrophes. Then we see the young girl tucked into bed, sweetly asleep as she embraces her toy polar bear… but suddenly we’re drawn into her nightmare. She’s on a parched and eerie landscape; she looks frightened and desolate; suddenly the dry earth cracks and she runs in terror towards the shelter of a distant solitary tree. She drops her toy polar bear in a newly formed chasm and yells and screams as she holds on to the tree for dear life. The video ends with groups of children pleading with us: ‘Please help the world.’ You get the picture.
We're going to see a lot more
stealing of our
children away by the New World Order.