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Religious Right Warns Americans To 'Resist The Green Dragon'

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A coalition of conservative Christian groups have teamed up with the Cornwall Alliance to prove once and for all that…the environmental movement is ruining the world?!

Yes, friends, you heard correctly. In a new 12-part DVD series (12 PARTS!) Resisting The Green Dragon, members of the religious right warn that eco-conscious individuals are “striving to put America and the world under its destructive control.” Spooky central.

In the video, an array of Christian leaders shake their fist at the green movement, or as they call it “the green dragon” for spreading lies and seducing children.

“One of the greatest threats to society and the church today is the multifaceted environmentalist movement,” says Cornwall Alliance founder and national spokesman Dr. E. Calvin Beisner. “There isn’t an aspect of life that it doesn’t seek to force into its own mold.”

In one priceless moment, Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Dr. Richard Land, says, “Environmentalists have a long history of believing and promoting exaggerations and myths.” Well, if that ain’t the pot calling the kettle black…

Like all good 12-part series, of course, there is a highlights reel, which we thought you sort of had to see. So grab some popcorn, gather the family, and check out this preview for the greatest comedy film of 2010.

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  • sisterlauren

    Because it is a religious issue for them. They are out to defeat ‘evil’ as a religious crusade.

    What is happening is that dirty industries are using them politically as pawns by lying to them about what is evil. They are very confused by big media and this ‘religious’ propaganda.

    Check out the video they produced, that will probably explain it,

    Religious Right on Dangers of Environmentalism

    Here is a news story about it,

    Green Dragon, the New Anti-Christ?

    If they were selling it for $50 I bet churches were buying.

    It might be a good idea for us to subpoena that information, I think this looks like religious discrimination and I’m not quite sure that what they have been doing is legal. It might be some kind of a conspiracy to create confusion and chaos in order to deprive people of their human rights and/or cover up war crimes.

  • sisterlauren

    The Koch brothers have a lot of money to lose if they have to follow clear air and water laws. It is a lot cheaper for them to create a Green Dragon straw man, slander it and send the religious right after it. They have a whole system.

  • sisterlauren

    You are right.

    But not all of us hear that call. Some of us have other values. I want you to know, David Koch came to my house to meet me just before the November 2010 election. I suppose I failed my big job interview with him when I told him that we would have to get off of oil. I really meant it.

    I also have the moral authority to say so, right to his face so I did. I knew he was a rich oil man, that was more than obvious. That is why I said it to him.

    When I found out who he was two months later I was very flattered that he had visited me. I was also very amused, you see when he and his friend drove by, I was out gardening. So when I shook hands with them, my right hand was all muddy – so I shook hands with him with the left!

    That just really tickled my funny bone when I found out who it was, because I was doing a project I called “the walk of Jesus,” so that left hand thing was just too funny.

    I also went out and bought myself some jewelry. I’d never been visited by a billionaire before. I’d partied with millionaires, but this was my first time meeting a billionaire. I’ve been name dropping it ever since.

    If I meet him again, I’m buying myself another ring, a ruby. I know what I want to discuss too, industrial hemp. I figure he would know about the economics as it is a useful raw material in his industry and some people claim it could replace fossil fuel oil. I’d like to know what he thinks of that idea.

    He actually said nice things about meeting me, but doubled down on their silly ‘Green Dragon’ non-sense attack of the defenders of the environment.

    So I took it personally and gave myself a promotion. It was really good for my ego. I was very depressed, so I needed it. Every time I look at my hand and see that ring, it reminds me that one of the richest men on earth came to my house just to visit me.

    That is a neat trick. I figure it must have been something I said.

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