Monday, April 22, 2013

Happy Liberal Commie Propaganda Day

"Earth Day isn't just for tree huggers, it's a wake up call for mankind", was the tagline I heard for a TV airing of Hollywood Liberal Leo DeCraprio's fakumentary about how we're all doomed because we aren't using enough energy from "green" sources. Those of us who look at this issue critically and don't simply accept the "scientific consensus" line are the ones the Liberals think need this "wake up call".

Today is the 43rd annual "Earth Day", the holiday created to celebrate Liberal propaganda intended to scare consumers and shame them into supporting the green industry hypocrite hucksters like ex-president Al Gore profit from.

Wikipedia says the first earth day, February 22, 1970, was "coincidentally" the 100th anniversary of the birth of Russian Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin. I have doubts regarding whether or not this was a coincidence, as it is much too fitting that Liberal commies would chose the 100th birthday of the founder of the ideology they greatly admire to push their propaganda.

Wikipedia further notes that, "the idea that the date was chosen to celebrate Lenin's centenary [is] borne out by the similarity with the subbotnik instituted by Lenin in 1920 as days on which people would have to do community service [such as] removing rubbish from public property and collecting recyclable material".

Does everyone else find it unsurprising that gullible Liberals who buy into this "holiday" created to enrich the green industry also chose a day that by "coincidence" honors the founder of Communism? This is one celebration I will NOT be participating in. Also, I will continue to refuse to recycle unless I am compensated for my efforts.

What kind of a scam is this that persuades (or forces) some to prepare their recyclables for the recycling industry? At least I get something for my aluminum cans (which I do recycle), so why is it that most other companies that profit from recycling think they should get my labor for free (rinsing out cans, removing staples, etc) as well as free raw materials? To this Liberal fascism I say, "no way comrade".

TLB #30


  1. It is interesting reading of the absolute certainly and consenss in the 1970s that global cooling would doom us all.

    Doom, I tell you. Doooom!

  2. Garbage & recycling are profitable business; probably not as lucrative as healthcare, but...5000 tons is shipped by rail from
    NYC to the waste site at Waverly, VA (on of the 10th largest in the US). Recycling makes some sense, but oddly in our town, they switched from personal sorting to a wheeled bin which gets sorted
    elsewhere...presumably some sort of market efficiency. I sometimes
    wonder when the paleoanthropologists of the future run across a few
    million tons of PVC scrap beneath Waverly and do the compare and contrast with the Mousterian flint points found in Neanderthal caves. From a free market standpoint, though, you could perform the
    entire recycling operation in your back yard and make your own profit.

  3. BB-Idaho: Garbage & recycling are profitable business

    Yet they believe all the "payment" we should get for providing them with their raw materials is them picking it up. But when they have to "pick up" their raw materials via other methods, it is often quite costly. I don't recycle for this reason. If they want me to put in the effort then they should pay me.

  4. I remember collecting and bundling newspaper and getting paid for it; you may be on to something. Me, I won't pay for cellphone service that is useless in the mountains.