World Environment Day: One big propaganda rally?
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Once again, World Environment Day (WED) is fast approaching, with it's arrival being Tuesday, June 5. It is known as a world-wide holiday to raise awareness about environmental problems across the globe.
Much like Earth Day celebrations, WED celebrations began in the early 70's and have included tree plantings, rallies, political meetings, parades, and more.
Since 1987, World Environment Day has been hosted by a different city every year, with celebrations that match the year's proposed theme. This year WED will be hosted by Brazil and the theme will be “Green Economy: Does it include you?”.
But is this holiday truly one of kind intent? Perhaps it's just another Eco-friendly holiday. Or, could it just be another push for the “global warming” agenda?
It is the now growing belief that global warming was a hoax to push lucrative carbon taxes and other measures that would do nothing to help the environment. It instead aims to line the pockets of investors and politicians while conditioning the public to the idea that mankind is a parasite, like it or not, mostly harming the planet.
Most of the facts once used to argue in support of the global warming theory, however, have been proven to be outright false or can be easily countered. Many scientists are now coming around and beginning to confirm that the idea of the Earth heating up, like never before, is completely false.
Even the Weather Channel's founder has come forward to admit global warming was just a ploy to impose world carbon-taxes by the leaders of the UN.
One example is the fact that our annual global temperature averages are not even as high as they were several centuries ago. The Medieval Warm Period was a time when the Earth was much warmer than our current climate, and life was flourishing.
In addition, it was proven that the last actual notable climate change period was in 1998, caused by El Niño. Even more reason to realize that uncontrollable, natural causes, like the sun and ocean currents are the main drivers of the daily climate humans experience.