Green Proxies

Some think the rhetoric around the overused and ill-defined term, “climate change” is really a means to  “total global governance” under the UN agenda, and they are excused for thinking so.  Along with the term’s colloquial cousin, the “existential threat”, the slogans appear as proxies; tools used to achieve an end.

Being environmentally conscious is a good thing, and many people are even on board with paying a carbon-tax to accommodate emissions control.  But true environmentalists should be outraged (and some are) over what appears to be the psychological abduction of human emotion, around the topic of atmospheric conditions, in a quest to satisfy an unspoken end-game of dominance over every aspect of their lives.

If one cares to “look at the science”, (a phrase those with self-imposed moral superiority tout continuously, and sometimes vociferously), one will see that earth’s climate has been cyclical in nature since the time before Gondwanaland.  The example of the Holocene warming period and inter-glacial epochs demonstrate convincingly that the left-wing science of an impending “manmade climate-catastrophe” is manipulated data.  For example, Alaska was once, on average, at least three degrees warmer than it is today.

Unfortunately, climate hysteria is escalating as it is continuously relayed through a myriad of media sources day after day, and dutifully regurgitated.   Becoming an ingrained mantra, it has solidified into mass consciousness.   People, who in the past, were well-equipped to question almost everything, now appear afraid, or intellectually incapacitated from questioning anything, especially when it comes to the term “climate change”.


Who is Steven Guilbeault?

Steven Guilbeault is a French-Canadian, schooled in political science.  He is interested in preserving French culture and language.  In 1992 in his early 20’s he attended Rio de Janeiro’s Earth Summit, along with Laure Waridel, Sidney Ribaux, Patrick Henn, Francois Meloche, and Beth Hunter.  In 1993 on the heels of the Earth Summit, Guilbeault, along with these five individuals founded the organization “A SEED”; “Action for Solidarity, Equity, Environment, and Development”.  It was incorporated as a non-profit in 1995 and officially changed it’s name to “Equiterre” in 1998.  Guilbeault sat on the board non-consecutively for many years.

(Earth Summit was formerly called “UNCED”; United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.  They are the group that outlined Agenda 21)

In 1997 Guilbeault joined Greenpeace Canada, in charge of their climate-change division.  He was a campaign director and in 2000 was a bureau chief.  In 2001 he was arrested for mischief for climbing the CN Tower in Toronto ahead of a conference on climate change.

In 2005 he coordinated the climate campaign for Greenpeace International.  He resigned from Greenpeace in 2007.  In 2008 he returned to Equiterre, where he stayed until 2018, before running for office in 2019.

Equiterre has been employed by the Quebec and Canadian federal governments as a certified body to conduct “energy audits”.   (ironically, the Trudeau administration is currently looking at doing energy audits for private residences)

Equiterre also managed a community-supported agriculture system (CSA – also called communal Crop Sharing) of farms and consumers, including households and institutions.  It is noted that CSA’s principles have many similarities to Communist ideology.

The research shows that, amongst other concerns, CSAs are not fair to farmers.  They are based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner, encouraging new forms of property ownership where land is held in-common by a community, which leases the land to farmers (very much like a tenement farm system).  Steiner encouraged the idea that a network of human relationships should replace the traditional system of employers and employees.  That the economy should not be based on profit.    Actual profits are then to be called “rents” and trade is to be in “shares” – similar to a barter system.  “Shares” of a CSA originally and predominantly consist of produce and farm products.  The consumer pre-pays to the farmer and receives food in return annually.  “Shares” may also be traded by “free labour” to the farm.  Where have we heard all this before?

Since Guilbeault only left Equiterre in 2018, it is reasonable to assume he endorses this type of Marxist economy.   From Earth Summit and Agenda 21, to Equiterre, Greenpeace, and communal CSAs, Canada’s Heritage Minister has an interesting history.