April 26, 2016

“Rewilding”: David Suzuki promotes radical, anti-human environmental fad

Brian LilleyArchive

Thanks to David Suzuki's high profile and inexplicable popularity and respectability, his adoption of the extremist "green" philosophy called "rewilding" is now coming into the mainstream. We need to start worrying...

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commented 2016-04-27 21:26:12 -0400
The Canadian Mint made a big mistake when they put a bird on the looney instead of the nutbar loon Suzuki.
commented 2016-04-27 16:03:11 -0400
Dale Warren. "Mara M . . . Nice Story . . . but then there’s REALITY ! ! ! "
So your truth is truth, my truth is thus presumed false according to what we have from the internet?
How can either of us then verify our source as the real legitimate. Funny about cherry picking and I do not say that is your case but the first time I saw anything about the Yellowstone issue it leaned so strictly on the side of the usual blame man as the evil scourge of the earth, that the latest Kooky Suzuki story brought it to mind.
The story presented was the piecemeal attempt to suggest/imply/lie that it was man’s environmental encroachment (no specifics) had caused the imbalance – no mention that removal of the wolves had been because of environmentalists’ self-inflicted, unnecessary injury, causing in the first place an imbalance by killing the “predators”. Then (somehow) man’s influence had not been present and nature’s wisdom resolved itself.
A lie by omission. The wolves had not disappeared because of the implied/suggested/lie that man’s destructive influence, i.e. industry, deforestation, etc etc destroyed the population, some “facts” were fudged to support someone’s personal worldview. Later I received a post that looked identical except that the title informed of the full scenario. I read it again.
Discovered the root cause for the wolves’ disappearance not mentioned the first time – wolves were killed because of human arrogance and stupidity, the geniuses’ successors figured out that had they minded their own business the imbalance would have never occurred, so reintroduced the wolf population, man’s undo and re-do. Nature fell back into line doing what it would have done in the first place and the ecosystem has been thriving. Left to its own device nature has and will always be a self-correcting organism.
Quite different from the original “story” that as always man’s unnatural presence had destroyed the wolf population, an (implied) absence had caused nature to miraculously reintroduce wolves, nature in its wisdom had restored balance to that ecosystem. A good story but failed to ADMIT that it was environmentalist do gooders not industrial man that was the root of the entire problem. That is my truth as the facts were presented. I am all for science with all the facts!
commented 2016-04-27 13:45:39 -0400
“At eighty years old Suzuki certainly still has the ability to get people thinking.”
Well Jay, I would say laughing is more like it. Pure comedy, our fruit fly stoner.
That’s as much credibility as he is given outside the the leftist circus ring.
commented 2016-04-27 13:28:09 -0400
Mara M . . . Nice Story . . . but then there’s REALITY ! ! !
Arthur Middleton got a big reaction from readers when he asked, “Is the wolf a real American hero?” in the opinion pages of The New York Times. “This story — that wolves fixed a broken Yellowstone by killing and frightening elk — is one of ecology’s most famous,” he wrote. “But there is a problem with the story: It’s not true.”
We now know that elk are tougher, and Yellowstone more complex, than we gave them credit for. By retelling the same old story about Yellowstone wolves, we distract attention from bigger problems, mislead ourselves about the true challenges of managing ecosystems, and add to the mythology surrounding wolves at the expense of scientific understanding.
Elks and beavers competed for the same food: willow. The elks won, beaver numbers dropped, and so did the extent of marshy habitat. “Without beaver dams creating willow-friendly environments,” Marris says, “the willows can’t recover.”
commented 2016-04-27 11:39:33 -0400
I anxiously await the announcement from Suzuki that he will lead by example and depopulate.
commented 2016-04-27 09:59:28 -0400
Ron Voss commented 28 mins ago

I thought you might enjoy this little quote as well.

“Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the
industrialized civilizations collapse?
Isn’t it our responsiblity to bring that about?”
– Maurice Strong Rio+20 Earth Summit 1992,
founder of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
commented 2016-04-27 09:29:50 -0400
ROBERT HEWGILL as youpoint, out the leftists globalists are totally out in the open with their agenda, no hidden agenda. Unfortunately, do enough of the masses who have been so indoctrinated by the media and other influential elements of cultural Marxism operating in society have the eyes to see or ears to hear?
commented 2016-04-27 08:59:09 -0400
It’s part of agenda 21 which includes bio diversity, the wetlands project and sustainable development. The link below contains a UN map for the kind of plans they have for the US. The map was used in the US to stop the ratification of one of these conversions, although that doesn’t stop these genocidal lunatics like Suzuki.

commented 2016-04-27 08:42:28 -0400
do a search for Agenda 21. It’s a UN plan that is VERY SCARY
commented 2016-04-27 06:26:11 -0400
Suzuki is inconsequential at best. Ugene levy and the late John Candy have greater celebrity status. Mr. Dressup was more important to Canada as an influential tv personality than this buffoon… Probably gave us more about the environment too. David is part of a circle that continually pat each other on the back feeding each other the same recycled bullshit and admiring themselves… A perfect member of the left. In today’s disposable society even his accomplishments – as weak as they are – will only be acknowledged by his circle of friends and even then forgotten. He made a documentary in the 80’s on the cruelty of the meat industry that scared the shot out of me though, I’ll give him that.
commented 2016-04-27 01:28:12 -0400
Jay anyone who respects him should volunteer to be eradicated like he wants.
commented 2016-04-27 01:27:38 -0400
Jay Kelly many hate Suzuki, i do not respect him in any way, and the media hides what he is really about ,if he were more open lots of people who respect him now would not do so anymore.
Michael Moore was once more respected , until people found out he lies in his documentaries.
And Ezra is well respected , the people who hate him hate the truth he tells.
commented 2016-04-27 00:13:21 -0400
I think it is valid to look at the 80 year old Suzuki and compare him to his contemporary Brian Lilley. Lilley describes Suzuki as having: “high profile and inexplicable popularity and respectability.”

We should all be so fortunate. Imagine if Ezra Levant had this respect.
commented 2016-04-26 23:57:55 -0400
Following his twisted thinking, he will have no problem watching his various mansions burn as the first step in returning them to the wild. Anything less than his unbridled joy as he watches will clearly label him as a hypocrite and of course he will refuse to lay charges, call the fire department or make an insurance claim. The same goes for his vehicles. You are pre-approved.
commented 2016-04-26 21:43:36 -0400
There are those who live at the extreme edge of activism. Suzuki has just joined the outer fringe enviro group that has been around a little while and believes the Earth would be better off if all humanity died off. They are as connected to environmentalism as PETA is to the SPCA. PETA runs one of the largest kill operations in the U.S. On record they have killed over 10,000 healthy dogs and are still doing so. Their totally f*cked up view is that no one could loves dogs as much as them so the dog would only suffer if it went to someone who wasn’t PETA – f*cked , right ? The net result is they are now traveling two and three states away trying to find dogs because their reputation is widely known and people are refusing to deal with them.
Whackjobs like Suzuki have arrived at the end of their common sense rail line. Sadly this old coot could start blowing bubbles with a 99 cent bottle of bubbles from a dollar store and the CBC would still air his activity. They built him – he’s their senile Frankenstein and they’re going to keep him alive in the public’s eye as long as they can .
commented 2016-04-26 21:03:20 -0400
Soozook is in full age dementia – burbling out the same old misanthopic Maltusian anti technology, anti development drivel. This the same stuck on stupid notion all these elder hippies moan about as they gaze out the window of their 2.6 Mil Quadra Is. condo.

I do believe Suzuki’s sped up his senility with the toxic hypocrisy he must have in his system to act pious as a decadent 1%er.
commented 2016-04-26 19:41:19 -0400
At eighty years old Suzuki certainly still has the ability to get people thinking.
commented 2016-04-26 19:26:20 -0400
mp—-the video was 121 seconds long , so you admit you got 41seconds that was profitable, I think you’re coming around to our side , you’ll be dreaming of STEVEN HARPER soon , in a good way
commented 2016-04-26 18:25:13 -0400
When I watched this last night I had to look for the article I had seen some time ago about man’s attempt to control the ecosystem of Yellowstone. Typical human ignorance and stupidity, interfering, knowing better than nature, the ecosytem subverted to to rid it of a proposed “predator.” Suzuki et al see man as a predator and invader of earth’s ecosystem despite the fact that we are born from it, meaning we are a a part of it. Nature knows that we are here. After a few billion years of catastrophes, extinctions, etc. its self-preservation was hard-wired long before we came along. The earth requires the ego and arrogance of Suzuki and Gore to direct and ensure its survival? lol If we are a threat to the planet …. nothing that a good virus, plague, asteroid can’t cure.

commented 2016-04-26 13:31:46 -0400
MP, 60 characters of nothing from you. I will give you credit, you certainly are consistent.
commented 2016-04-26 12:35:34 -0400
M P, do you have a stick up where the “sun don’t shine” today. You are especially bitchy today.
commented 2016-04-26 12:16:33 -0400
80 seconds of nothing.

And they wonder why the left is winning.
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