End Democracy To Save Planet Says IPCC
A leading professor and member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has proposed that nations need to end democracy in order to solve the theory of man made climate change.
David Shearman, an Emeritus Professor of Medicine at the University of Adelaide, and a Visiting Research Fellow at the University’s Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences and Law School, has authored several books on climate change, one entitled The Climate Change Challenge and the Failure of Democracy. In this he declares that “…authoritarianism is the natural state of humanity”.
Professor Shearman was an Assessor for the UN’s IPCC 3rd and 4th Assessment Reports.
We are often told that the UN is not an authoritarian institution and is only looking to solve world problems, rather than develop a world power system; but it is quite clear that many of the UN’s climate change alarmists have fascist ideologies, which could use the UN’s influence to infiltrate democracies.
Prof. Shearman’s book makes no attempt to hide it’s fascist ideals. The introduction reads:
In short, Shearman and Smith argue that liberal democracy – considered sacrosanct in modern societies – is an impediment to finding ecologically sustainable solutions for the planet.
In other words they think we need authoritarianism to save the planet.
Shearman and his co-author Gary Sauer-Thompson, in ‘Green or Gone’ propose the formation of an ‘elite warrior leadership’ to force the people to change their lifestyles.
Government in the future will be based upon . . . a supreme office of the biosphere. The office will comprise specially trained philosopher/ecologists. These guardians will either rule themselves or advise an authoritarian government of policies based on their ecological training and philosophical sensitivities. These guardians will be specially trained for the task. [p. 134]
They advocate training “ecowarriors” at Universities to “battle the enemies of life”.
They even go as far as to ponder the merging of the green movement and the new age movement as a green alternative to Christianity and Islam:
It is not impossible that from the green movement and aspects of the new age movement a religious alternative to Christianity and Islam will emerge. And it is not too difficult to imagine what shape this new religion could take. One would require a transcendent God who could punish and reward – because humans seem to need a carrot and a stick.
One has to wonder if the well-meaning foot soldiers of Green Peace and the like actually understand the twisted and anti-human ideologies of their “climate scientists”.
But of course this is all conspiracy theory, there is no Professor Shearman, he never wrote any books, and the science is still settled.
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