Originally at American Thinker
By Chuck Rogér
Ideologues in our federal government are pushing falsehoods on children in order to spread the doctrine of the Church of Global Warming. CNSNews.com reports that the Department of Education hosted an event in which children were read scientifically baseless claims from books featuring Sponge Bob Square Pants and Dora the Explorer. A character in the Sponge Bob book explains:
Ya see, Earth has these gases called greenhouse gases. They’re in the atmosphere to keep the temperature of the planet just right. Carbon Dioxide is one of those gases. But when we make more greenhouse gases than the planet needs naturally, like you’ve been burnin’ tires and fuel, it locks the heat in the atmosphere. That makes the planet hotter than it should be. That’s global warming. And that’s not good.
In another book, Dora explains what kids “can do to save the Earth.” Among the mind-numbing tips:
- If you have water left in your drinking glass, you can use it to water your house plants.
- We can also turn off lights during the day. My abuela (grandmother) is careful about saving energy too.
- When’s she’s cooking or preparing food she always decides what she wants to get before opening the refrigerator door.
Adults at the event pushed “The Big Green Help” series running on the Nickelodeon children’s cable channel as well as Simon & Schuster’s “Little Green Books.” LGBs are printed on recycled paper and feature appeals to children about “making the world a greener place.”
Kids were treated to a brain-liquefying sermon which claimed that “peace” can be achieved by “keeping the water blue for all the fish,” by “giving shoes to someone who needs them,” by “wearing different clothes,” by “keeping the streets clean,” and through “everyone having a home.”
Rumor has it that an actor playing the ghost of John Lennon preached a special message, the crux of which was, “I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.” The actor muttered something barely intelligible about “kicking Edgar Allan Poe,” smiled like one might expect “pigs in a sty” to smile, and scurried away to make room for the next act…
…which consisted of a dancing man dressed in vestments borrowed from Church of Global Warming Pope Algore. After his performance, Algore handed each child a little walrus suit, patted the tops of their little heads, and sent them back to school. On leaving, the kids were required to sign a pledge committing moral support for the Clan of the Polar Bear.