The Environmental Revolution is like the Watermelon
Actually, the first 'environmental movement' was a conservative, largely Catholic movement. Fr Fahey and others, priests and laymen, were writing about conservation, sustainable farming, organic foods, etc. back in the '20s. Then, and very unfortunately, Hitler (who would have fit right in with the Greens. He was a teetotaler, a vegetarian, animal rights/anti-vivisectionist, just like many of the Greens) took up the cause.

Having been painted with the Nazi brush the whole subject was verboten for about 20 years. Then the commie left took it up and suddenly it was popular again. And here we are today.
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RE: The Environmental Revolution is like the Watermelon - by jovan66102 - 09-13-2019, 01:08 AM

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