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The totalitarian roots of the anti-human environmentalist cult

5 June 2023

4:00 AM

5 June 2023

4:00 AM

The modern environmentalist movement is often compared to a pantheistic religion. It certainly contains a vision of sin and repentance – damnation and salvation.

At the Copenhagen climate change summit in December 2009, then Prince Charles, now King Charles III, warned that the survival of mankind itself was in peril and a mere seven years remained ‘before we lose the levers of control’ over the climate.

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