Perfect Alinsky move
The EU Parliament has decided to send Nick Griffin,
one of Britain's representatives to EU, as its official delegate to the Copenhagen Meeting of Gaia's High Priests.
Why is this noteworthy? Griffin is the head of Britain's Nationalist Party (BNP) which is the only legitimate political party in England. (Unfortunately, America doesn't have a legitimate party. Both of ours are strictly enemy-owned.) And Griffin is firmly and loudly against the Carbon Cult ... at least for political reasons; not clear if he's thought about the science.
On the surface this appointment seems mighty strange, since the EU is the absolute heart of Gaia and the absolute heart of transnational progressivism.
Not strange. Alinsky.
The best way to squash an anti-Communist movement is to make it feel dirty. The Brit Commie elites have already prepared the way for this move by continuous mocking of nationalism and especially the BNP, drearily and predictably Hitlerizing it. Now that anti-Gaia sentiment is suddenly and surprisingly growing, the elites hope to break it down by tying it to the already muddied-up BNP.
Classic Alinsky. Link the opponent to something filthy or kinky, trapping him in a cognitive dissonance warp, repeating to himself "I hate this. I am this. I hate this. I am this. I hate this. I am this."