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EPA Encouraging 'Energy Patrols' at Schools
- Tuesday, 09 October 2012 13:02
- Written by Justin Credible
The environmental movement dates all the way back to Karl Marx. To control the individual, health care and the environment are the two most important aspects - they're easy to disguise. This is how liberals have indoctrinated students since the 1960s. Eco-terrorism is real, but it's less of a concern to the cozy relationship the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with many extreme environmental front groups. Celebrating "Children Health Month," the EPA is pushing for "Energy Patrols" at schools.
Here are some additional details from CNS News:
The EPA started under Nixon and Republicans certainly helped expand the unelected bureaucracy. However, they never had a radical agenda like President Obama and his eco-minions. Today, enviro-Nazi groups, like the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council, frequently sue companies to prevent them from doing something they believe will hurt the environment. Guess where some of their funds come from? They're loans from the EPA.
With the fat slob Lisa Jackson heading up the EPA, policy is often written with these ecomentalist groups sitting at the table. It's been a great way for extreme liberals to circumvent Congress and impose their regulations by fiat. The EPA has turned into an effective tool for radical leftists. In fact, we've already seen enviro-Nazi's try to use the EPA to control other things that liberals hate. In 2010, liberals tried to regulate gun control by going after the lead in bullets. It was an outrageous abuse of the EPA, which faced such massive backlash that the EPA rejected the ban.
By starting with students, which is exactly where the environmental movement started in the 1960s, liberals are cementing their agenda at an early age. "Energy Patrols," while seemingly harmless, are no doubt intended to indoctrinate more students at a young age. What starts out as harmless will quickly spawn into a young generation supporting every radical element of liberalism.
Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.