Eugenics and the idea of creating a perfect “master” race to rule the planet are nothing new in world history. But it was around the 1970s when these efforts at population control merged with the early environmental and LGBT movements here in the West to advocate for mass depopulation in the name of “saving the planet,” which is how we got to where we are today with disturbing phenomena like Greta Thunberg.
As part of an in-depth exposé that he’s writing for La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, the first part of which has been republished by Life Site News, Riccardo Cascioli unpacks how climate hysteria has systematically slithered its way into the political realm, creating a scenario in which science, so-called, is now being openly used as a means to various political and ideological ends.
The endless stream of climate propaganda that we see coming from celebrities, government figures, religious institutions, and children is no coincidence. It’s a coordinated effort on multiple ideological fronts to fundamentally change the way that people think about the world around them, and thus manipulate the masses into supporting draconian interventions that are absolutely necessary, we’re all continually told, to prevent a “climate catastrophe.”
What many people, including some Catholic journalists who have fallen for the climate hoax, fail to realize is that the climate movement is in bed with the LGBT movement. This was apparent with photos that recently emerged of young Greta attending a “Pride” march in Stockholm, Sweden, where she proclaimed her support for the rainbow brigade.
Transgenders and climate loons are birds of a feather, it turns out
According to Cascioli, the LGBT movement goes hand-in-hand with the climate movement, for which Greta is now an icon, because both movements are about reducing the global population. They both have the same endgame in mind, and they both seek to mass indoctrinate innocent children into their ranks, using the next generation as pawns to accomplish their globalist agenda.
“We have a teenager suffering from Asperger’s syndrome, who speaks like a textbook despite not having any significant scientific knowledge,” Cascioli writes, referring to Greta Thunberg.
“But instead of social services intervening to tear Greta away from those who are exploiting her for ideological and commercial purposes, she has been turned into a sort of priestess who officiates at all international forums and to whom all the influential leaders of the Earth pay homage, not least Catholic intellectuals and ecclesiastics. Everyone seems totally oblivious to how ridiculous and unprecedented this situation is.”
As Cascioli explains, the cultural revolution that took place here in the United States back in the 1970s, as well as in many other parts of the world, was the catalyst that really propelled this anti-human agenda to the point we’ve reached today. The idea that there are too many people on the planet is a fundamental tenet of both the LGBT and climate movements, which is why both movements are so aggressively pushing for “change.”
“In the 1970s, the environmentalist movement and the movement for birth control joined forces to declare that ‘the population pollutes,’” he further adds.
Even the promotion of homosexuality owes much to the movement for birth control, and the reason is obvious: homosexual couples are by nature sterile. Evidently, the more homosexuals there are, the easier it is to achieve a decline in fertility.”
Keep an eye on Life Site News for part two (and possibly more after that) of Cascioli’s series on the deception of the climate and LGBT movements.