by Emmet Matridah, aka אמת מטרידה
[b]Is Climate Change Alarmism as Seen in ''POLAR CITY RED'' by Jim Laughter a Kind of a Religious Belief?[/b]
A new book in France by French philospher Pascal Bruckner titled ''The Fanaticism of the Apocalypse'' (Le fanatisme de l'Apocalypse) likens climate change alarmism as evidenced in Laughter's sci fi cli fi novel POLAR CITY RED to a religious cult.
He calls Climate Change Alarmism a kind of a A 'Pagan Religion.'
"It is very difficult in France to fight the pieties of climate change, let's put it like that," adds Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, a Paris columnist for the London Telegraph, according to sources.
Moutet terms the belief in climate change, a kind of "a catechism:"
"Yes, it's a piety that they repeat over and over," she said. People like Jim Laughter are part of
a new insane cult.
French philosopher Pascal Bruckner calls the belief in climate change "a pagan religion."
He describes how this belief follows a "pagan religion" scenario where man must be punished for sinning against mother earth.
Although he supports environmentalism, he likens the climate change alarmism to a religious cult.
"Because it uses all the elements of traditional religion, especially the theme of the apocalypse," he explained. "In France and in Germany still more, you have this culture of fear: 'You have sinned, now you have to be punished.'"