In his speech to Georgetown University on June 25, 2013, President Obama announced his climate-energy action plan :
Global warming is so massive that “the question is not whether we need to act.
The President also said this
I’m directing the Environmental Protection Agency to put an end to the limitless dumping of carbon pollution from our power plants, and complete new pollution standards for both new and existing power plants”. Only by taxing coal-fired power to extinction, setting high “social carbon costs” for electric toasters and microwave ovens, setting fantastic fuel economy standards for cars, developing shale energy, building nuclear power plants, and running a crusade for the renewables can “we” save the planet. Only more energy can prevent the harm done by using too much energy.
Where did all this global warming hysteria originate from? It was from the Austrian Nazi, Guenther Schwab.
Schwab had been a strong nature lover since boyhood, and by the 1920s he became very active in the emerging environmental movement in Austria. Later, he joined the Nazi Party. Like so many other Nazis he also became a member of the Green Party.
By the 1950s, Schwab wanted to expand the Nazis Green Party policies throughout the world. But the start of the Cold War made that difficult. Views and policies were changing, Germany was divided in two , and the age of atomic weapons was heating up.
Schwab saw his Nazi dream of carrying on the Third Reich crumbling before his eyes. He began to blame the evil capitalists for starting the nuclear arms race. In Schawabs mind, what the evil capitalists did to destroy Nazi Germany, they can do the same thing to the entire world with its building up of nuclear weapons.
So what Schwab felt he would do is turn the green movement of Germany, into an apocalyptic movement. Schwab began to weave into the green movement the Nazi Concepts of Fatherland. When he did this , the Green Movement began to hate the capitalists. He had also brainwashed those in the German Green movement in believing that it is the evil capitalists that were now in charge of a dangerous nuclear arsenal that threatened the entire planet and that they had to be stopped.
During the 1950s, Schwab also became concerned about the burgeoning population explosion that was taking place in Third world countries. He feared that these populations would overrun Europe. Fearing this would happen, Schwab now began to resurrect the Nazi doctrine of Blood and Soil.
To put his plan into motion, Guenther Schwab joined the advisory panel of The Society of Biological Anthropology, Eugenics, and Behavior Research. Within this research council, Schawb mixed eugenics with environmentalism . He would also and sell his research as a apocalyptic movement.
It was in the mid 1950s that like George Bernard Shaw, Schwab now realized the time had come to share his plan with the masses. In 1958, Schwab wrote a fictional novel built off of Goethes (1749-1832) Faustian religious play entitled Dance with the Devil.
This was a book that expounded on the scientists back in the late 1800s that contemplated the possibility of a minor global warming occurring from industrial pollution. Schwab then expanded on this theory and added to it anthropogenic (man made) global warming.
The best way to describe what is in this book is the following review I found.
Schwab has Satan take a group of potential recruits on a time machine through Spanish history. Moving fast forward from ancient times, the passengers watch as forests melt into sheep pastures. One passenger remarks, It is as if a dangerous bacillus were eating the skin of a living body. The Devil laughs, gloating over his progress. In describing the destruction of nature as a Satanic plot, Schwab counts on his readers to respond with anger rather than resignation. He presumes that the Devils plan can be thwarted, even in Spain. God, in this story, is a sympathist for the forests, meadows and untamed rivers. Perhaps this is an unusual role for the God of the Bible, but Schwab assigns it to Him anyway.
What were the main themes from Schwabs book?
1) All of mankinds industrial sins were caused by environmental damage
2) Americans were degenerates,
3) Prophesied improperly managed population sizes from other continents would avalanche Europe
4) Schwab talked about this fragile relationship between oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
According to Schwab:
The continuing rise of carbon dioxide that will absorb and hold fast the warmth given out by the earth. This will cause the climate to become milder and the Polar ice will begin to thaw. As a result, there will be a rise in the level of the ocean and whole continents will be flooded.
5) The planet has only about 100 years of life remaining
The book became a overnight success. By the early 1970s, it had been translated into several languages and had sold over a million copies.
Because this book was so successful , Schwab established an international environmental organization called The World League for the Defense of Life.
The chairman of this group was Werner Haverbeck, another former Nazi. He was a member of the Hitler Youth and an environmental leader of the Reichs League for Folk National Character and Landscape.