The leading principles of the Left are:

    1. It is possible to obtain Utopai – i.e. universal peace and prosperity – through the implementation of top-down government policy created by educated experts and technocrats.
    2. To achieve Utopia requires the mass extermination of everyone who is incompatible with Principle No. 1

Hilter thought if he got rid of the Jews, Roma, gays, political dissidents, non-Aryans, he could achieve Utopia, call the Thousand Year Reich.

Stalin targeted dissidents, the well-educated, Jews, and anyone else that he deemed a threat to him.

Mao targeted dissidents, anyone educated in the West, landowners, business leaders, college professors, anyone who was smart enough to question his plans.  Pol Pot and Castro did the same.

Today’s elite are not going to go down the path of Soviet-style Communism.  They prefer the Chinese model of totalitarian government with an economy run by prosperous monopolistic mega-corporations that operate in concert with the government.

They still need a reason to commit genocide to move in the direction of Utopia.

The new reason to justify the mass extermination of human beings is Climate Change.

The insane people at The Guardian published an article that sets up the historical precedent for that.

Why Genghis Khan was good for the planet
Laying waste to land scrubbed 700m tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

His empire lasted a century and a half and eventually covered nearly a quarter of the earth’s surface. His murderous Mongol armies were responsible for the massacre of as many as 40 million people. Even today, his name remains a byword for brutality and terror. But boy, was Genghis green.

Genghis Khan, in fact, may have been not just the greatest warrior but the greatest eco-warrior of all time, according to a study by the Carnegie Institution’s Department of Global Energy. It has concluded that the 13th-century Mongol leader’s bloody advance, laying waste to vast swaths of territory and wiping out entire civilisations en route, may have scrubbed 700m tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere – roughly the quantity of carbon dioxide generated in a year through global petrol consumption – by allowing previously populated and cultivated land to return to carbon-absorbing forest.

Killing 40 Million people for the planet.

We hated rubes in flyover country don’t fit well into the Left’s machinations.  We like our cars, and our small towns and rural communities make large-scale public transportation difficult.  We like houses with yards and generally prefer our independence to people who live packed into apartments.

One of the things Biden has done which has flown under the radar is this:

The U.S. commits to tripling its protected lands. Here’s how it could be done.

In an executive order issued on January 27 to address the climate crisis, President Joe Biden ordered a pause on new oil and gas leases on public lands and created a White House office of environmental justice. He also quietly committed his administration to an ambitious conservation goal—to protect 30 percent of U.S. land and coastal seas by 2030.

That target, referred to as “30 by 30” by the conservation community, is backed by scientists who argue that reaching it is critical both to fighting climate change and to protecting the estimated one million species at risk of going extinct.

This is a visual of what the EO is going to do.

 

That’s a lot of land.  Land with people on it and used for farm land.

How are they going to do that?

Perhaps the Genghis Kahn approach?

If you depopulate the land and get rid of tens of millions of people (74 million Trump voters for example) that’s a lot fewer mouths to feed which requires a lot less farmland to grow food on.

Imagine the world of 2000 AD, in which Americans live in two coastal mega-cities, fed on community gardens and protein derived from bugs.  But outside the walls, instead of a nuclear wasteland of the Cursed Earth, it is protected wilderness that the elites will have the privilege of getting permits to visit.

Allowing Middle-America to return to carbon-absorbing forest and grassland, it’s what Ghengis Khan would have done.

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By J. Kb

7 thoughts on “Leftist Utopia always required genocide – Genghis Khan and land conservation edition”
  1. There is just one problem: armed peasants. If Afghan goat herders with AKs can hold us off for twenty years, how long will Iowa farmers (who kill deer every year) handle it?

    Just piss down their back and watch what happens.

    1. Well, that’s what the gun control is for.

      Their main thrust is kind of fragile as well. They’re heavily betting on crippling noncompliant gun owners through locking them out of necessary institutions (banking, etc). Which doesn’t surprise me, as the left seems hell bent on wrecking the military and driving out any competence in the police forces.

    2. The trick with boiling a frog is turning up the heat slowly, so the frog doesn’t notice & jump out.
      The problem (for the leadership of the Corporate Uniparty) is that the radicals on the Left want to just dump a bunch of boiling water in the pot right now.

      The leadership hasn’t reached the place where they can have control without the Radicals, so they can’t just purge them… not yet, anyway. Nor do they have enough control to just jackboot the Deplorables into submission… not yet anyway. They got to walk that fine line of stringing the Radicals along (yet never ever intending to give them the particular utopia they want), while damping down the all too real apprehensions of the Right, lest the frog jumps.

      I don’t think that the current crew of crooks is able to pull it off, to be honest. Which means that they won’t get the Communist Utopia of the Radicals, the Corporatist Utopia of the Elites, or even the perfectly fine current status quo.

  2. I keep saying that it’s long past time to enforce the Constitutional limitation that the Federal government is allowed to own real estate only “to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings” (Article 1, Section 8). No national parks, no “conservation lands”. And none of anything except by permission of the state legislature in question.

  3. It’s like all the insane stuff I spew seems to be actually correct. Hmm? This post is literally my comments less insane sounding.

    Like I keep saying, There’s only one ultimate goal of the Democrats: the complete and total extermination of the entire population of United States that opposes the Democrats. And that includes every “Democrat“ that opposes the extermination of every non-Democrat. They view extermination of 300 million people as proper, morally justified and righteous. Just as long as they aren’t illegals. They need them for slaves.

  4. I’ve been to Utopia. It’s a speck on the map in Ohio, beside the Ohio river. It was founded in the mid 1800s by a “reformer” who is considered a genius in socialist circles for the innovation of issuing paper script to pay people by the hour. He still wallowed in the ignorance that all hours of labor were of equal worth, but…

    Oddly, they didn’t do that well, he lost interest and moved to another utopian project. The town was sold to a more religious group of commune life people who, ignoring advice from their neighbors, moved the major town buildings closer to the river. Along came the inevitable flood, killing most of their members.

    Today, I think they have a small post office. Maybe.

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