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NASA global warming alarmist James Hansen, who previously endorsed a book that called for acts of environmentalist terrorism and genocide to return the planet to the agrarian age, is set to call for a global tax on carbon emissions in an upcoming speech.

“In his lecture, Hansen will argue that the challenge facing future generations from climate change is so urgent that a flat-rate global tax is needed to force immediate cuts in fossil fuel use,” reports the Guardian.

Echoing rhetoric that skeptics of the political agenda behind man-made climate change are akin to racists, Hansen characterizes alleged human-induced climate change a “great moral issue” on a par with slavery.

The report admits that the tax would “greatly increase the cost of fossil fuel energy” even as people struggle with soaring energy costs and that the “the carbon levy would increase year on year.”

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  • Davidnrobyn45

    These guys are genocidal.  We know that, it’s no new revelation.  My brother-in-law works at a very large federal power facility staffed with many of these crazies, and he said their hatred for the human race is very apparent.  It comes out in many conversations that they view humans as parasites on the Earth who ought to be largely eliminated (except for themselves, of course). 

    Back when the environmental movement was getting started and I was in college, a fellow student who was deeply involved in the movement looked me straight in the eye and told me in all seriousness that he thought the earth’s human population should be “about 100,000″.  I didn’t make a typo there.  I was astonished.  I said, “Tom, there’s more people than that in __________ county” (where we were living).  He looked at me with a level gaze and said, “I know.”  This same guy, after a forty-year career, is a very honored professor at a major university in the Midwest. Maybe he’s upped his estimate by now, I don’t know.