More proof that Global Warming is a favorite pet social engineering project of, for and by the ultra-rich power elite. That in itself should give people reason to at least pause and think for a moment, yet millions are sucked into the cultish communistic atmosphere of Global Warming fervor until reason and rationality no longer enter into the debate. And that is by design of course. The average convert, for example, does not know or care about the indisputable fact that CO2 follows warming trends historically and currently, and not the other way around as is pushed by Al Gore et al claiming that “warming is caused by CO2”. But never mind, that isn’t going to stop millions of brainwashed useful idiots from worshipping at the feet of Lord Rothschild here, thanking him on bended knee for saving us all from certain death. Supposedly…and then they sit there in a state of glassy-eyed euphoria listening to a bunch of rediculous no-talent, souless body-snatched performers prancing around on stages around the world jibber-jabbering to hype global warming into a fever pitch of religious ecstasy.
Roger Waters was one of the only truly gifted musicians performing at the Live Earth concert in New Jersey, but it only proves that he is a sell-out to the major socio-political interests of the globalist power-elite and that pigs do indeed fly apparently.
Efforts to hype the 7/7 Live Earth global warming concert have gone so far as to include an official companion, The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook– all the more interesting because it is written by David de Rothschild.
David Mayer de Rothschild is the youngest child (born 1978) of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, of the British wing of the Rothschild banking family.
From Wikipedia: David de Rothschild, founded Adventure Ecology whose stated goal is to promote a greater connection with the natural world through a series of high profile expeditions. The first mission in the series ‘Top of the world’ Mission 1 expedition began on March 4, 2006.
While David de Rothschild endures his extreme sports adventure series in the name of global warming, his 77 Essential Skills to Stop Climate Changes calls for ordinary people to limit outward behavior and even work at home. As Brendan O’Neill put it in his article The Planet’s Burning. Let’s Party!:
The most irritating thing about this book is that it is based, not on scientific investigation, but on the quarterlife crisis of some long-haired middle-class rich boy. The author is David de Rothschild – and yes, he’s a member of the super-wealthy Rothschild banking family. These are the kind of people now telling the rest of us to live in little houses and wear £5 jumpers.
Via green solutions, the son of the prestigious banking family also advocates online banking and perhaps a cashless society (for the environment). He also promotes the green chic of compact cities and urban living.