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One does not have to be a climate change denier to see the politicization of climate change

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There aren’t two sides of the climate change story. Most seem to think there are climate change deniers and those who accept the science behind climate change claims. There’s more gray area than many realize.

Bill Whittle is known for calling out hypocrisies, but this video might actually catch some conservatives by surprise. He doesn’t follow the standard denials. Instead, he takes the prudent path of, “prove it first.” He’s right.

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Netflix show ‘Unnatural Selection’ explores the Crisprati

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If you’re a conspiracy theory buff or just someone who watches too much television, you’ve probably heard of the Illuminati. But you almost certainly haven’t heard of the Crisprati, a term coined by Wired’s Megan Moltani in their breakdown of an upcoming 4-part Netflix docuseries, Unnatural Selection.

The premise is one that should terrify everyone, though it’s likely to excite many if not most viewers about the possibility of “ending all diseases” known to man, as one of the scientists in the trailer promised. But there’s another line in the trailer that should make any Bible-believing Christian cringe at the implications…

“We have no choice but to continue exploring the Tree of Knowledge, but we always run the risk of discovering something that we cannot handle.”

Crispr (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) technology is, in essence, genetic manipulation at its highest and lowest level. It is the premise behind many science fiction and horror stories coming out of Hollywood today. But even as the creepy minds of Tinseltown mockingly warn of what happens when men try to act like gods, there are others who keep pointing to all the potential good associated with the technology. Cancelled Netflix/Marvel show Luke Cage centered around a man who was made super strong and physically invulnerable through Crispr technology giving him mollusk genes.

The promises driving Crispr research center around two basic goals. The first is eliminating diseases and birth defects. By mutating genes and often mixing them together with genes from other species, scientists believe they can make humans immune to certain ailments. They also believe they can potentially treat ones that pose problems for modern medical science.

The second goal is pandering to the transhumanist movement in which science can “improve” humans by allowing us to live longer, learn faster, and be better physical specimens. Many transhumanists envision gene editing allowing them to no longer age, to repair damage to their bodies more quickly, and the allow for more direct interfaces with their surroundings, whether that be technological accessories or the tree in their backyard.

Both of these dreams were potentially realized in China when a rogue scientist decided to experiment on a set of twin babies to make them immune to the HIV virus last year. While doing so, there’s evidence the twins’ brains may have been enhanced in the process.

But once we set the goals aside and start looking at reality, there are tremendous holes to the whole Crispr movement. Even secular scientists are saying just because we can doesn’t mean we should be messing with the human genome in this manner. The potential consequences aren’t very far off from the nastiest machinations of horror story writers. Then, of course, are the religious implications. Messing with the Creation in such a way is very unlikely to be pleasing to its Creator.

Judging from the trailer, this series will point to a few skeptics and offer some ominous warnings, but the majority of this series will glorify human ingenuity and get people excited about the possibilities of ending disease and giving people superpowers. It will allow us to be “properly warned” as they push forward with their evil agenda whether unwittingly or with a purpose.

As Truthstream Media pointed out on Twitter, at least they’re being honest:

The Crisperati know what they’re doing. They need awareness of what they’re doing to generate support, but they need to obvious dangers to be downplayed. They want to play god while telling everyone there’s nothing to worry about here.

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Emerald Robinson on the rise of the surveillance state

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Emerald Robinson on the rise of the surveillance state

Who is to blame for the government and corporate entities taking more control over our lives by collecting data that is often used against us? The government plays a role as DC’s desire to install a proper nanny state is contingent on its ability to collect enough of our data. Big tech companies are also to blame in their obsession with collecting every detail they can about us. If a product is free for the people to use, then the people are the company’s actual product.

But much of the blame has to land squarely in our own laps as we willfully hand over this data, posting pictures of what we eat, geo-tagging where we go, and sharing our thoughts on everything from politics to whether or not we classify a hot dog as a sandwich.

One America News reporter Emerald Robinson took to Twitter today to express her perspectives on the issue.

Our time is truly running out. The notion that we’re building our own “prison state” may seem like a conspiracy theory, but one must be willfully blind to the writing on the wall to ignore the possibility that it’s absolutely true.

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Climate ‘activist’ at AOC event: ‘We have to eat the babies’

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Climate activist at AOC event We have to eat the babies

A woman at Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s town hall today took climate extremism to the next level. After saying the Green New Deal is great but it doesn’t work fast enough, she declared her own plan: eating children.

Donning a t-shirt that read, “Save the Planet, Eat the Children,” the unhinged rant she delivered declared that bombing Russia would not be enough because there would still be too many people. She referred to a Swedish scientist who declared earlier this year that we need to start eating human corpses to fight climate change, but even that insane concept was far too sane for this activist.

“Even if you would bomb Russia, we still have too many people, too much pollution. So we have to get rid of the babies. That’s a big problem,” she declared.

Later, she punctuated her plea by saying, “We have to eat the babies. This is very serious. Please give a response.”

It’s unclear at this point whether she was trolling (she has to be trolling, right?) the Congresswoman and climate change or if she is just so far gone to the radical progressive indoctrination surrounding climate change that she inadvertently made a mockery of the event. Either way, it’s interesting to watch.

Climate change indoctrination is real, which is why the easy conclusion that this lady was simply trolling cannot be made with certainty. The desperation and hopelessness imposed on society by climate change alarmists can drive people to belief in ideas that are so radical, so preposterous, that the rest of us are left scratching our heads in disbelief.

Twitter has not been kind to the activist or AOC:

For now, we can dismiss this as either the rant of a crazy climate change radical or a troll. But it’s a sad testament that in the world people like AOC are creating, it’s impossible to tell if this lady was serious or kidding.

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