There is a new series on climate change and environmentalism airing on Showtime, produced by none other than James Cameron, movie-maker and climate alarmist.

I was unaware of the series and only found out about it from Marc Marano of Climate Depot. Climate Depot is the one-stop shop for everything to debunk global warming and extreme environmentalism. Bookmark it for sure.

Anyway, the series spotlights several leftist intellectuals like Paul Krugman and Thomas L Friedman. It also spotlights a segment on the actor Harrison Ford.

Until now, I liked Harrison Ford, or at least his movies and the characters he portrays. I figured him to be a typical Hollywood lefty, but wasn’t sure. I had never really heard much of his politics, and liked it that way. Just keep your politics to yourself and do what you do best – act.

But after watching him in Cameron’s series, on a trip to Indonesia, my view of him has changed, and not for the better.

Harrison Ford has evidently found religion – not God, but a “kind of God”.

Confused? Well here is a quote from him in the Showtime series: “I needed something outside of myself to believe in and I found in nature a kind of God”. Huh? He doesn’t say what kind of God, but it ain’t the same “Nature’s God” that Thomas Jefferson espoused.

I derived that it is the God of nature over mankind – the God of climate change – of environmentalism – the God of Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund and every other wacko organization that seeks to place man at the bottom of the totem pole.

Marano, at Climate Depot, quoted something from the late great author Michael Creighton: “One of the most powerful religions in the Western world is environmentalism. Environmentalism seems to be the religion of choice for urban atheists.” Ain’t that the truth!

The religion of extreme environmentalism requires nothing to convert – no prayer – no commandments – no moral compass to follow – no judgment, except the judgment of others. It’s easy and painless and requires very little, if any thought.

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