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James Lovelock and the Anti-Human Gaia Subterfuge

Environmental scientist James Lovelock. PHOTO: Jim Wileman/The Guardian

James Lovelock is a 99-year-old British New Age crackpot who concocted an infantilism belief system called Gaiaism. The Gaia Hypothesis proposes a diabolical notion that living and non-living parts of the Earth form a single organism.

Lovelock’s following statement typifies his anti-human philosophy. It may as well have been written by Charles Manson. Healthy mothers don’t commit revenge, which was why Lovelock uses the term “Gaia” instead of Mother Earth.

“Just as the human body uses a fever to fight off an infection, Gaia is raising Her temperature to expel a harmful parasite – humans. Unless humans renounce their destructive ways and rejoin the diverse community of living beings in Gaia’s loving embrace, then Gaia will be forced to act in order to secure Her supreme reign … the human population will be reduced to a few breeding pairs by the end of this century.”

Charles Manson and ATWA (Air, Trees, Water, Animals and All the Way Alive) discordian infantilism:

Lovelock rolled Gaia out in 1971 and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1974.

It’s not really a question of a lack of planetary stewardship that we would argue with — it’s who’s assigned responsibility and blame. We would argue the correct placement of a stewardship philosophy is to pass the planet on in good shape to our descendants. Additionally, the health of the human population is paramount.

In Lovelock’s 2006 book “The Revenge of Gaia,” he argues that the lack of respect humans have had for Gaia through the damage done to rain forests and the reduction in planetary biodiversity is testing Gaia’s capacity to minimize the effects of the addition of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

Lovelock again blaming it on “humans”:

“We are about to take an evolutionary step and my hope is that the species will emerge stronger. It would be hubris to think humans as they now are [are] God’s chosen race.”

In 2009, he became a patron of Population Matters (formerly known as the Optimum Population Trust), which campaigns for a gradual decline in the global human population to a sustainable level. According to this “charity” in 2016, humanity used the sustainable resource output of 1.6 Earths. In other words, three billion people need to be “reduced.”

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Population Matters has a thinly veiled eugenics plan for the elderly that rejects the case that more young people are required to care for an increasing number of elderly. They support a U.K. government policy of stopping child benefits and tax credits for third and subsequent children.

These are all New Age philosophies that neglect humans and human development. By 2040, according to Lovelock, the world population of more than 7 billion will have to be culled by floods, drought and famine.

Then, in typical lizard-licking fashion, Lovelock declares, “Britain will have become Europe’s ‘life-raft’ due to its stable temperature caused by being surrounded by the ocean.”

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True empty suit Lovelock favors fracking as a “low-polluting” alternative to coal.

Other Gaia diabolical plans include a “retreat” that, in his view, means it’s time to start talking about making plans for the migration of millions of people from low-lying regions like Bangladesh into Europe. No wonder the usual suspects promote this charlatan.

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Lovelock has been awarded a number of prestigious prizes, including the Tswett Medal (1975), the American Chemical Society Award in Chromatography (1980), the World Meteorological Organization Norbert Gerbier–MUMM Award (1988), the Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Environmental Sciences (1990) and the Royal Geographical Society Discovery Lifetime award (2001).

In 2006 he received the Wollaston Medal, the Geological Society of London‘s highest award, whose previous recipients include Charles Darwin. Lovelock was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to the study of the Science and Atmosphere in the 1990 New Year Honours and a Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour (CH) for services to Global Environment Science in the 2003 New Year Honours.

In recent years, the now-elderly Lovelock has back peddled and now believes the climate to be warming, although the rate of change is not as he once thought. He admitted that he had been “extrapolating too far.” Suddenly, he fessed up, stating, “I don’t think people have noticed that, but it’s (Greens) got all the sort of terms that religions use … The greens use guilt. That just shows how religious greens are. You can’t win people round by saying they are guilty for putting (carbon dioxide) in the air.”

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You can see by his quotes that humans (outside of Britain) under Gaia worship are being set up to take the blame and fall for what the Discordian Satanists (the real parasites) are covertly doing. This is also their rationale to conduct organized slow kills, and they certainly see humans as something to be gotten rid of. At the same time, the Satanist controllers push a very materialistic, consumerist society that wastes resources. Then they follow with anti-human technologies, like the 5G Beast, without batting an eye.

Read “The 5G Beast Radiation Assault and Plague is at Hand

Don Croft wrote that the “Gaia Hypothesis treats the globe itself as a willful, petulant and vengeful entity that needs to be placated by sacrificing the ‘ingrates’ on it. I credit Theosophists with the skill needed to put a lovely face on this horror story with appropriate pseudo-mystical  doublespeak.  If you want to see some less saccharine Theosophical preaching, read some of the anti-population literature published by their Lucifer (they changed that telling name to ‘Lucis’ but I’m calling a spade a spade) Trust.”

4 Comments on James Lovelock and the Anti-Human Gaia Subterfuge

  1. Thomas/Russ, another writer to add to your list, French pederast writer Andre Gide, who was friends with Oscar Wilde.

  2. Excellent piece, I’m going to start taking aim at the negative reptilian references however. These animals have been given a bad rap as lacking empathy but, in fact, there are several breeds of lizard, particularly the Tegu of South America, that forms a nearly doglike devoted attachment to its human caretakers. You can google it. I was actually blown away by these animals and their genuine affection for their owners. We have been manipulated into a negative view of this life form and one can only imagine why.

  3. The BBC really got behind Lovelock, making a fabulous multi part TV show ‘the edge of darkness’ in the 80’s.
    This had a huge impact on me at the time, it was a terrific plot, script and soundtrack by Eric Clapton who was at that time a very credible musician. Widely considered a high watermark of TV writing and production.
    Big budget production, questionable goals when seen in hindsight…

  4. Ah yes, James Lovelock, the Godfather of enviro-crazy communist psychopaths……

    Couldn’t even predict the sunrise at dawn if his life depended on it…..

    Excellent article, thanks.

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