Off-topic: the 8th season of The Big Bang Theory was started yesterday. If you have missed those episodes, don't miss the next ones.On Sunday, "The People's Climate March" took place in Manhattan. According to their counts, it was attended by 310,000 communist and socialist hecklers; the figure includes about 100,000 hecklers who were actually observable in the visible spectrum.
These individuals brought the world another clear piece of evidence that the global warming movement has nothing whatever to do with science, despite the often repeated outrageous lies that it has; it's all about the extremist ideology and some people's straightforward strategy to make profit out of this political junk that controls the hearts of a not quite negligible fraction of the bottom of the contemporary human society.
According to their yelling and banners, most of the demonstrators wanted to undermine and burn capitalism and corporations and establish communism or socialism or the same inhuman regime described by other words. It's very clear that the extremist communist fringe of the political spectrum is what represents the "grassroot movement" behind the delusions about "climate change". These people have been loud, obnoxious, and manageable – but they may potentially become dangerous.
Meanwhile, Avaaz and 350.org, two fraudulent organizations promoting the climate hysteria, have abused the large amount of rabble that has accumulated on the streets of New York to get some extra funding. The immorality of all these mechanisms couldn't be clearer.
The New York Times and others just informed us that the rabble "tangled" with police at Wall Street,
arrested (video). Incidentally, the photograph in The New York Times shows a picture of a "carbon bubble", too. At least, NYPD had the decency to burst this bubble of climate hysteria (see 0:55 of this video). Well, YouTube offers us several videos showing the interactions between the cops and the angry communist mob.
These hordes of street criminals were a moderate pain in the neck for the City so of course, the police had to use tear gas, too. One could talk about the events and the deluded people's beliefs but it would be a waste of time. Most of us know what kind of crap fills the skulls of these left-wing extremists.
But what I find truly unbelievable is that the same New York City is actually hosting over 100 leaders from the whole world who actually use the opportunity to claim that they're on the same side of the barricade with the communist mob on the street. While the police is doing at least something to protect the people's safety – and corporations' assets (perhaps not only those at Wall Street) – some of the leaders will compete in pissing contests trying to show that they're more eager to hurt capitalism, business, Wall Street, and corporations in their countries and in other countries of the world i.e. to cripple the prosperity pretty much everywhere.
I surely do think that it's unfair to the lunatics on the street that the tear gas is only being used against them. Their comrades inside the buildings rented for the "climate summit" are more powerful and therefore more dangerous and the police should surely spray tear gas on these stinky aßholes, too. You may say that they won't agree about any laws to cripple the human and economic freedoms or dirty tricks to enforce these malicious plans.
But they are already making it possible for Avaaz, 350.org, and other criminals to fraudulently acquire huge amounts of money. And they are also creating the atmosphere in which there is a risk that a similar rabble will once beat the police, overthrow the government, and establish the communist terror they are dreaming about. Just like much of Syria and Iraq were conquered by the Islamic State, we may very well wake up on a sunny day in the future and see our countries and economies conquered and destroyed by the climate alarmists – unless we act against them in time.