To the editor: It is no secret that the drive of climate change activism is a pursuit for socialism. Why socialism? There is this fantasy presentation of socialism as bringing about a kind of beautiful harmonious global community where everyone is totally loved because of the combined efforts of a self-sacrificing collective. Of course, the collective is not really self-sacrificing but by coercion. Eventually all would be converted, isn’t that so?
Those who buy into these sales pitches for such are in good part devotees hinging from passions of envy. That is, at least as far as the average “down trodden,” so it seems, is concerned. I have always wondered, what is the appeal of the communist system? It has to be it is because of envy. How else could it be sold? Mainly, take away from him who has, and redistribute. But mostly he who has must have his taken away and his level brought down.
This is what envy wants.
The failed construction project to reerect another tower of Babel is not good.
In David Nebert’s Dec. 4 letter to the editor in which he refers to “the threat of global warming,” he also makes an indirect reference, which rings as to what is the collectivists’ standing, which is towards socialism, when he uses the phrase, “Our global society”.
I attended an event this year where the governor of Alaska spoke. Outside the building were a few protesters, one of whom I spoke with. In the course of our conversation the person wanted me to know that they were a global citizen.
If you want to consider yourself a global citizen or think of your standing, as of a global community, you can do that. There are a lot of us, though, who still believe that we are a man with certain unalienable rights come from God. We reject global citizenry and collectivism. We believe it is good that a man, and a state, and a nation, respectively, remain sovereign and separate. I guess I will just end by saying no to communism, not in my America.