If you’re not an earth-worshipping, tree-hugging Al Gore acolyte you probably missed the “Rights of Nature Activist Strategy Summit” held in San Francisco in July of this year.
Most of us have jobs and don’t consider the earth a living being with “rights,” but those who attended this summit have a different viewpoint.
These individuals actually believe that the earth, plants, etc., have a “right to exist, persist, and maintain and regenerate its vital cycles.”
What in the world does this mean?
According to a summary of the conference posted on the Global Exchange web site, it means that “nature” has rights apart from those of individuals and corporations. It means that these activists are working to implement “nature rights-based ordinances” throughout the U.S. and the world to stop the exploration of oil, natural gas, coal and the cutting down of trees. After all, a tree has just as much of a right to live as you do. You’re a murderer if you cut down a tree to build, say, a house for humans to live in.
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