This article, brought to us courtesy of Big Swede, is about Noam Chomsky.
Author Noam Chomsky predicted a grim future in an interview with The New Statesman: “We’re approaching the most dangerous point in human history. … It looks like the grim cloud of fascism is spreading over the whole world inexorable. That was in February 1939.”
He is talking about the rise of Nazism. He needs to get up to speed. I saw fascism in full-dress parade in the Covid scam, an attack on civil liberties that was unlike any before, open, shameless, and brazen. People were locked in their houses, warned to stay six feet apart, forced to wear pointless and useless masks just for humiliation sake. Toilet paper disappeared … no accident. We could not attend public events, including attending church. Where was Uncle Nummy during this human disaster? Supporting it. All of it. Then this:
“People who refuse to accept vaccines, I think the right response for them is not to force them to, but rather to insist that they be isolated. If people decide, ‘I am willing to be a danger to the community by refusing to vaccinate,’ they should say then, ‘Well, I also have the decency to isolate myself. I don’t want a vaccine, but I don’t have the right to run around harming people.’ That should be a convention,” said Chomsky.
Ask what they would do for groceries, he said “Well, that’s actually their problem.” How’s that for glum and oppressive.
I communicated with Chomsky during this time, congratulating him on surviving to an advanced age, and with tongue firmly in cheek suggesting to him that part of the reason for his longevity is that he has never been vaccinated. He quickly answered that oh yes, he’s vaccinated, done the boosters, was vaccinated for everything growing up. I don’t believe a word of it. Vaccination is a class thing, in part a way to dumb us down. His class does not do it. Ever.
Chomsky has many followers. His deceit goes as far back as 1971 when he and fellow travelers Daniel Ellsberg and Howard Zinn played secret agents, allegedly (and comically) running around back streets at night while making copies (using 1970s technology) of a 7,000 page false history of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon Papers. It was reverse psychology, the public being led to believe that the papers were meant to be kept secret. The real purpose of the Paper Caper, as I call it, was to lend authenticity to false history. Hardly anyone has ever read those papers. However, they would thereafter be referenced by historians (with lowly grad students assigned to read various parts). That is how they sell false history, using reverse psychology. That’s what makes best-selling bullshit history, and textbooks. One thing I know for certain, four people who have never read a page of the Pentagon Papers are … Ellsberg, Zinn, me and Chomsky.
The Paper Caper was 51 years ago. That’s a long career of professional lying. It must wear him down! He has written in the past about the difficulties people face in living dual lives, as pretending to respect a boss they hate, pretending that things known to be false are true (2+2=5). He should know about duality. He lives it.
When I contacted Chomsky about vaccines, he said he had studied the matter carefully. I doubt it. But his followers (and I was one at one time) trust him to do his diligence, to do the sweat labor they avoid. That is his modus operandi. It’s a confidence game. He’s been used to sell the major scams of our times to the intellectual class, from JFK to 911, the Pentagon Papers, and now Covid and the vaccines. Just trust me, he says. He digs deep, writes intense prose, intense lies. He’s about as real as snake venom causing Covid. His photo above … reminds me of a snake.
Chomsky closed out his latest rant about how we’re all going to die, which I linked to at the opening, with this:
“We’re approaching the most dangerous point in human history,” he said. “Nothing like it before. We are now facing the prospect of the destruction of organized human life on Earth from environmental destruction and not in the remote future we are approaching irrevisable turning points which can not be dealt with any longer. It doesn’t mean everybody is going to die but it’s going to mean moving to a future in which the lucky ones will be those who die more quickly.”
Is that doom and gloom I hear? The Earth has been mildly warming now for three and a half centuries, ever since the Little Ice Age bottomed out, around 1680. During the LIA our glaciers either grew or originated. Winter fairs were held on the ice of the Thames. It was a hard time for humanity, people in the temperate zones facing crop losses and starvation. Iceland lost a third of its people. The Vikings, who had settled in and were farming Greenland, had to leave. The mild warming we’ve experienced since has been a good thing for humanity. The CO2 we’ve put (back) in the atmosphere is helping to spawn a revolution in agriculture. The planet is greening. Food is abundant.
IPCC Climate models are the basis for Climate terror. The models are wrong about everything. However, they are the basis for policy. It is a hoax of massive measure, with every public figure from comedians to politicians going along. Most of that is just stupidity, an abundant human feature never in short supply. The power on display is oppressive. Even as the mild winds and temperatures outside our homes are barely changed, we imagine that disaster is all about, except outside our car windows.
The planet is OK. Humans are the problem.
I do not know what the ultimate aim of the Climate Change hoax is, but I have my suspicions. Depopulation is surely one goal. Much of it is racist, slavers and crackers reappearing. They are preventing Africa and South America from developing, preventing lesser races from enjoying the benefits of oil, gas and coal. It keeps them from gaining wealth and making better lives. But my point is that fascists are behind it, just as with Covid, and now we know Uncle Nummy is part of it too. Why am I not surprised? Turns out he is what he despises most. He is a self-loathing fascist. But I have to ask, why the long face, Uncle Nummy? Is it possible that you are clinically depressed? Sucks to be you.
Below is a quick video on overpopulation, less than two minutes.
It’s an optimistic outlook, one that poor Uncle Nummy would resent. Of course, it oversimplifies. Even though the entire world population could live in the state of Texas (actually, maybe two-thirds of that state), with each family having a house with a front and back yard, and public parks available for every community of 250 homes or so, there is the matter of growing food for them, providing them with cars and bridges and infrastructure and energy. Though we are yet to reach our limits, there are limits, which is why the narrator assures us that population growth will end naturally in thirty years or so.
We must be realistic about Climate Change, knowing that it is not a problem, but we must also face consequences of continued population growth. We are OK for now and the foreseeable future, but there are limits. Forget the dystopia of movies like Blade Runner and Hunger Games, think about long term and sane and compassionate living, every life having a purpose. The keys to such an existence are fossil fuels, nuclear power. These are the very things that Climate Change fanatics oppose. The key to the riddle? Look at Uncle Nummy’s face above. Do you see what I see? Let his words sink in. He hates himself, for sure. He also hates us. That’s why the long face.