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Friday, April 17, 2020

Hollywood plans big 150th birthday for Lenin



Wednesday marks the 150th anniversary of Lenin's birth and the multimillionaire celebrities in Hollywood plan a 3-day celebration.

Oh, they are calling it Earth Day, but the environment does just fine without them.

Not a single Earth Day forecast of doom has come true in 50 years of their spreading this nonsense. Their goal is a government controlled society with them in control of the government.

Of course, with the COVID-19 spread by the largest communist country in the world, Red China, they cannot convene a real party in the streets. Instead, they will livestream it, which means people will use a lot of electricity to watch lectures by stars.

Rolling Stone reported, "Earth Day Live, a three-day livestream commemorating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, will be held this year as part of efforts to promote social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"The event, organized by youth climate activists, features a star-studded lineup that includes Joaquin Phoenix, Moby, Patricia Arquette, Jane Fonda, Robby Romero, Al Gore, Stacey Abrams in conversation with leading scientists and journalists about the ongoing climate crisis. Musical performances and DJ sets include Jason Mraz, Angélique Kidjo, Emily Wells, Aimee Mann, Ted Leo, Jack Johnson, Questlove, Talib Kweli, Beverly Bond, Madame Gandhi, Soul Clap and others."

I'm old. I never heard of half these people.

Parade magazine listed the top predictions over the years at Lenin's Birthday parties:
1. “The air would be so polluted by the 1980s that city dwellers will all have to wear gas masks.”
2. “Civilization would end in 15-30 years if immediate action is not taken.”
3. ” Between 1980-1989, some 4 billion people, including 65 million Americans would die from food shortages.”
4. “All of the oxygen will disappear from America’s rivers because of pollution, killing all the freshwater fish.”
5. “People’s life expectancy by 1980 will only be 42 years old.”
6. “By the year 2000, we will run out of crude oil.”
7. “The world has been chilling sharply for about 20 years and if it continues, the worldwide temperatures will drop by 11 degrees by the year 2000, twice what it would take to put us into an ice age.”
Despite being wrong every time, they claim science is on their side.

But really, it is communism they seek.

32 comments:

  1. AOC's former deputy let the cat out of the bag. The Green New Deal had nothing to do with the environment, everything to do with controlling the energy market.

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  2. The clamp down on liberty by democrat governors and empty grocery shelves & empty wallets of normal Americans resulting from government dictating what is "essential" while every government worker gets full pay, is a preview of the Democrats social "utopia".

    Didn't Venezuela's deprivations start with a scarcity of toilet paper?

    Let those with eyes to see, see as the Bible says.

    We can't open the economy up too soon.

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  3. It’s time to play the Trump card.

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  4. Take note: Earth Day's founder, Ira Eindhorn,in jail for composting his girlfriend is now enjoying the warmth provided by the fiery furnace..
    A few "Gulfstream Liberals" in that Klown Kar I see...

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    1. For years, it has been reported that Einhorn was one of the founders of Earth Day. That narrative has been in the public consciousness for decades, due in part to a famous photo of Einhorn onstage at the podium at the first Earth Day event in Philadelphia on April 22, 1970.

      n reality, Einhorn was asked to leave committee meetings leading up to the initial Earth Day because of his disruptive behavior and he didn’t contribute to the organization of the event in any way. Because of his status in the local environmental community, he was allowed to take the stage, which turned into a 30-minute episode in which Einhorn refused to give up the microphone or vacate the stage.

      https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/crimefeed/crime-history/the-earth-day-fraud-who-became-known-as-the-unicorn-killer-ira-einhorn

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    2. Thank you for revising history, comrade.

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    3. A perennial problem in historiography. Who ya gonna believe? I note that the link above seems like a well written article. But there isn't a footnote, citation, or reference to anything to substantiate it, let alone the gold standard in history: primary sources. The alleged quotes in the article are not even identified with a source.

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    4. Yes, there are many links on that story at the end of the page.

      It's listed as:
      (with embedded links)
      Read more: NBCNews.com, The New York Times, Time, Time (2), Philly Mag, The Daily Pennsylvanian, Muderpedia, Newsweek, Philadelphia Daily News


      Of course, sources are subject to review, but to say there are no sources is disingenuous.

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  5. "I'm old. I never heard of half these people." Being lectured to by a group who may not have graduated high school.

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    1. "I'm old. I never heard of half these people." Hell, I'm in my early 60's, and I have never heard of ANY of these performers. Bring back Iron Butterfly!!!

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    2. Roger that need a 40 minute version of In A Gada vida

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  6. Nice to see that Stacy Abrams is taking time off from being the Governor of Georgia to attend.

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    1. Nice.

      Keep up the good work DS.

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    2. The fetching Ms. Abrams - so overqualified to be VP. The Dems are propping her up. The thud will be huge.

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  7. My first celebration of Earth Day was to fight communist pollution there. Unfortunately the Demokkkrats didn't see it that wau

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  8. Takes me back

    Hey, remember all those celebrations in 2015 for the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta?

    Yeah, me neither.

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  9. 3 days?

    Just like the Saturnalia.

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  10. " Earth Day, will be held this year as part of efforts to promote social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic."

    Well I'll certainly do my part and social distance myself as far from those yo-yos as possible.

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  11. Don, Thanks so much for that last entry on the "predictions." I was a geology major in college and I STILL have my climatology textbooks and notes predicting a new ice age! I even took a trip out west with the university prof who took us to the Teton Glacier where the Parks Service had a sign which said "In the year 2000 the Teton Glacier will have covered this sign."

    Of course, they have discreetly removed the sign now, as the glacier is retreating. Ha! I took a few years off from work to have a baby and one of the other mothers in my daughter's play group started carrying on about the "hole in the ozone." We were having a hot summer (not unusual in the Midwest) and she was convinced that the ozone hole caused by hair spray was causing it. The next summer she had switched to worry about global warming. I thought I was losing my mind.

    When I finally figured out that the academics had switched to warming instead of cooling, I figured they all had decided they couldn't corner the oil/gas/coal market and had switched to the minerals used in solar batteries. I wouldn't be surprised if the Chinese are behind it, since I believe they have large mines for rare earths, and they make a lot of solar batteries.



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  12. My favorite prediction was by Criswell, who told Johnny Carson tat in ten years, the world will run out of cemetery space and the deceased would have to be cremated and buried in coffins the size of dice. Replied Carson, "I guess you could call that crapping out."
    NB

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    1. Johnny Carson! The KING of late night. Leno did ok but Carson ruled!

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  13. How about a celebration on Eugene Stoner's birthday!

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  14. It is precisely because of the 'predictions' Don listed above that I, since day one of Covid-19 (Wu-Flu) I was skeptical. I told any that would listen, "Just give me ONE example of a doom and gloom prediction that came even remotely close to coming to fruition" I am proven right! Ouch! Hurt my shoulder patting myself on the back.

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  15. I was in college during the first Earth Day/Lenin's Birthday celebration. The activists buried a 1958 Cadillac in an undeveloped part of the campus. Years later it was dug up to build new student housing, and the school had to pay a hazardous waste company to truck out about 60 cubic yards of contaminated soil, plus the rusted out Caddy. But it was the thought that counts.

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  16. As cheap as gas is right now I think I will celebrate Earth Day by letting my F-150 idle in the driveway for a few hours.

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    1. Well, it is not like there is anywhere to go. Load the family in the back and idle all day. Maybe you can fix it up with a sofa and rocker, Clampett style.

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    2. Put a BBQ in the bed and cook up some steaks.
      Have a smoke while you're flipping the meat.

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  17. "But really, it is communism they seek."

    Why are there so many communists in Hollywood?

    Who owns Hollywood? There's your answer.

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