Extreme Environmentalism and the Cost to the Poor
The West is reaping the whirlwind of decades of rebellion against God. This is the Age of Absurdity, where feelings replace facts and the ‘experts’ are confused about the basics: What is a woman?
Modern activists are like toddlers in a supermarket having a tantrum because mummy won’t buy them a chocolate bar or a new toy. Like screaming children, they pay no thought to the suffering they cause and can’t identify how their selfishness burdens others and can cause distress. They worship the god of mother nature.
We’re living through an era of ‘The Green Scandal,’ where the poor are sacrificed for the vanity projects of the rich. These activists don’t care that the poor are losing access to cheap food, energy, travel and housing in the rush to go green. The ‘green experts’ worship mother nature, instead of the Creator.
The green energy revolution is reforming the world and millions will suffer in dire poverty as a result. Billionaires in private jets have convinced politicians it is sinful for the poor to want affordable heat, food and travel. With energy prices soaring, the cost of food, energy and transport will become an impossible burden for the poorest in the world. Is this a price we should pay?