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Repent! For The Kingdom Of AOC Is Nigh!

The apocalypse is coming unless you repent and put your trust in AOC’s Green New Deal.

On the heels of the latest blood moon, we find that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has a lot in common with John Hagee.  She is now a doomsday soothsayer!

Mark your calendars! On January 22nd 2031, the world will end.

Killing two birds with one stone, AOC made a comment about climate change that is rattling sane people all over America.

She said, “I think that the part of it that is generational is that millennials, and Gen-Z, and all these folks that come after us, are looking up and we’re like, the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change, and your biggest issue is, your biggest issue is how are we going to pay for it? And like, this is the war, this is our World War II. And I think for younger people, we’re looking at this and we’re like ‘how how are we saying, let’s take it easy when 3,000 people died last year?”

While conservatives are called anti-science, the cult of climate alarm-ism is more concerned about enforcing the dogma of its church than pursuing the objective study of our climate.  When secular science says that the earth is four billion years old and we have only observed and recorded temperatures for a few centuries, you can’t really talk about observable patterns of warming when your record is incomplete.  You can talk about how ice cores and tree rings may indicate something, but unless you have an objective measurement of temperature from 1502 AD or  873 BC any conclusion drawn about patterns is just conjecture. 

Yet in her infinite wisdom, AOC, channeling the great climate prophet Al Gore, says that we’ve only got twelve years left.  For someone who has shown an aversion to math, I am surprised that AOC would even venture an explanation.  Surely, she must be privy to some climate models that suggest the Earth is going the way of Krypton in Man of Steel.

To complicate matters, she also says that this is our World War II.  Two nations alone threw millions of bodies at each other to advance mere miles in Eastern Europe, but somehow THIS is the crisis of our time that will compare to the death of 60 million people…speaking of 60 million deaths, I know of another issue worth talking about.

Because climate change cannot be replicated in a lab outside of mathematical models that can do basically anything, the term anthropogenic is misleading as it fails to account for lurking variables.  We know that climate is driven by other factors like solar activity. 

When AOC compares climate change to WWII with the understanding that climate change is 100% anthropogenic, she is assigning blame.  WWII did not happen because the sun was unusually over-active in the late 1930s.  WWII did not happen because the Earth’s tilt wobbled a bit less than usually.  WWII happened because of the evil machinations of one man and his followers.

If we compare the two, we must ask ourselves who then is to blame for climate change.  And if we compare the two, who should be fought?  Who should we fire bomb? Who should be nuked?

The thing about moral crusades is that the people have to be invested in them.  When the scientific community laments the possible two degree, average temperature increase over the next century, and idiots like AOC say the world is going to end in twelve years, it doesn’t exactly inspire confidence and it certainly won’t get anyone else on board with your cause.  When AOC whines about people asking her “who is going to pay for it,” it is a reflection that society does not value what she’s concerned about.  All of the United State’s industrial might was brought to bear against the Nazis and the Japanese because the United States populace was invested in that fight (and where patriotism was lacking, they were motivated by the heavy hand of the government).  Regardless of how coercive FDR may have been in getting the nation behind the war effort, that was a tangible, real world threat.

You can believe that man is contributing to climate change.  You can think that it’s going to take awhile for anything to happen.  Or you can be like AOC and think we are all going to die in the next two decades. 

But more importantly, you can think climate change isn’t a threat, isn’t man made and still think that we shouldn’t pollute, that we should be good stewards of the environment, and that we should do everything in our power to find clean sources of energy while making other sources of energy as clean as possible.


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