Death Not Life In Boulder Nature Rights Law
The Boulder Nature Rights Law is the rot of the environmental movement. Environmentalism is at its core anti-human. It is embracing the life of animals and plants over the life of the human beings, and it will bring death upon a nation. When plants have a right to life and a baby does not, society cannot survive.
In America, murdering an unborn child is called a “woman’s choice.” She has autonomy over her body. And the life inside her is but a clump of cells. Since Roe v Wade in 1973, this act has been called “good” in the eyes of the law. And anyone suggesting otherwise has been deemed “evil” for daring to strip a woman of the right to choose what she wishes to do with her own body.
Boulder, Colorado is further perverting the truth about “good” and “evil.” In an outrageously twisted move toward a radical environmentalist free-for-all, the city is ready to pass a “nature rights” law, which will in turn give trees, birds, flowers, and bees a “putative right to life” equal to human beings.
In other words, human beings will not have any more rights than a flower. And if radical environmentalists have their way, humans will have less.
Boulder County has a reputation for leading the state in matters of open space, animal rights, environmental protections and all-around tree-hugging. But next week may present the acid test for local officials’ greeniness.
And if it comes to this, will it be more permissible to kill a human being than to kill weeds? Once you take this dark turn, the insanity only deepens. The pit of Hell runs deep, and this is a proverbial leap into the giant pit.
For radicals, the Boulder nature rights laws are one step toward the goal of human population control. This is really what environmentalism is about, letting other life forms flourish, and limiting human growth. Other countries have already take such steps.
In Ecuador, which is serving as a model for the Boulder laws, such measures have already been taken. Ecuador declared in 2008 that “Persons and people have the fundamental rights guaranteed in this Constitution and in the international human rights instruments. Nature is subject to those rights given by this Constitution and Law. Nature or Pachamama [the Goddess Earth], where life is reproduced and exists, has the right to exist, persist, maintain and regenerate its vital cycles, structure, functions and its processes in evolution”
The key element is the “Goddess Earth.” Environmentalists worship the earth as a god, turning their backs on the Creator of the earth. This is one of Satan’s ultimate deceptions. And because the earth is a “god” all creatures, including viruses, insects, and weeds have their place in maintaining earth harmony and stability. And if people get in the way of their thriving, they are the ones who must be destroyed. Thus, a baby’s life must be snuffed out in order to maintain “balance.”
Boulder is going the way of pagan earth worship, which is eliminating the concept of “human exceptionalism.” Thus, humans do not have any more right to life than any other living entity, no matter how great or small.
This is the most dangerous of slippery slopes. Naturally, the UN has embraced the concept of ecocide.
Ecocide is the extensive damage to, destruction of or loss of ecosystem(s) of a given territory, whether by human agency or by other causes, to such an extent that peaceful enjoyment by the inhabitants of that territory has been or will be severely diminished.
And in the eyes of radical environmentalists, people are the cause of all destruction to the ecosystem. And if all creatures are given equal rights by law, people will be the first to be killed for violating “ecocide.” And when enough people are gone, and the population is under control, the ecosystem can flourish. This is the essence of earth worship.
Genesis 1:26 states, “Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”
Environmentalism is the absolute perversion of God’s law. Man was given dominion of the earth. Not as a means to senselessly kill, but to rule over the animals. This is the natural order. But when a flower takes precedence over the life of a baby, society is dead.
What’s next? Surely a person will have the right to marry an animal or a plant if he or she so desires, in order to save the precious ecosystem. And to prevent the presence of more destructive humans from populating the planet. Death is on the menu in Boulder.