Wash Post: The alleged Christchurch shooter, who is charged with targeting Muslims and killing 51 people in March, declared himself an "eco-fascist" and railed about immigrants' birthrates. The statement linked to the El Paso shooter, who is charged with killing 22 people in a shopping area earlier this month, bemoans water pollution, plastic waste and an American consumer culture that is "creating a massive burden for future generations."
The two mass shootings appear to be extreme examples of ecofascism - what Hampshire College professor emeriti Betsy Hartmann calls "the greening of hate."
In his Twitter feed, Morano retweets criticisms of her that center on her autism. "She hasn't been called a mascot. Which; is really what she is. She'll get a Nobel Prize and a wanna-be Ph.d. from Harvard. For being autistic and not going to school," wrote one follower retweeted by Morano.
Climate activists cheer UN report: 'We need a radical transformation, not incremental shifts, towards a global land use and food system that serves our climate needs.'
Climate Depot's Marc Morano Note: Get ready! UN coming after your burgers & steaks to save the planet. This is yet another report from UN IPCC intended to empower UN bureaucrats to centrally plan our lives for no impact on the climate.
Still not willing to put in a meat patch to stop your cravings for meat? Well, there is a solution to that too. If you don't care about stopping eating meat, you can take drugs to make you care! Liao proposed "pharmacological enhancement of altruism and empathy…could increase the likelihood that we adopt the necessary behavioral & market solutions for curbing climate change." He envisions a way to induce an allergy to meat, to help people reduce their consumption of animals.