Communism didn't disappear with the fall of the Berlin wall. Gorbachev avowed that he will always be a communist. He also said communism needed a new, softer face. That face is environmentalism. Have you heard of Green Cross International? It was founded in the 90s by Gorbachev and has dozens of affiliates all over the world. It partners with other dozens of environmental groups. Ted Turner who wants to eliminate most of the world's population is on its board. Many of the partner groups are environmental extremists who accept all the propaganda on "climate change" and want policies to control people to "safeguard" nature. In a 2009 article in the New York Times, Gorbachev wrote about the importance of governments taking action to save the planet from global warming. Note the fear-mongering, the "emergency." There is no better way to control people than by controlling water, energy, and food production. The environmental movement is impacting all three and using the symbols of religion as icons of manipulation. Environmentalism is the religion of earth worship to rival Christianity. In order to protect the "sacred earth" human populations must be limited to reduce their carbon footprints. Despite the birth dearth in the West (and most other places for that matter), environmentalism is being used to demand birth limitation.
We need to fight back. Which leads me to a few modest proposals (in no particular order) for the celebration of earth day:
#1 (my favorite) - If you're married, have another baby, participate with God in the creation of a new soul worth more than everything else on this planet and in the universe combined;
#2 Picket your local abortion mill with a poster saying Protect the Earth: No more babies in our landfills!
#3 Take your children on a litter walk and explain what it means to be God's good steward of the earth, rather than making the earth a god to be worshiped;
#4 Say the rosary in thanksgiving for this beautiful planet over which God gave us dominion;
#5 Pray for the conversion of all those who worship the earth instead of God.And finally, on earth day and every day of the year, let's all do our best to practice the two great commandments: Love God above all things and your neighbor as yourself. If we all do that, we won't have to worry about the earth.