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Climate Change a Medieval Worldview

In Europe the medieval period started after the Roman Empire fell and lasted until the renaissance.

Population decline, counterurbanisation, invasion, and movement of peoples…from


Durring this time we had:

The Inquisition was a group of institutions within the government system of the Catholic Church whose aim was to combat heresy. It started in 12th-century France to combat religious sectarianism, in particular the Cathars and the Waldensians. Other groups investigated later included the Spiritual Franciscans, the Hussites (followers of Jan Hus) and Beguines. Beginning in the 1250s, inquisitors were generally chosen from members of the Dominican Order, replacing the earlier practice of using local clergy as judges.[1] The term Medieval Inquisition covers these courts up to mid-15th century.



Also lots of slavery. And witch hunts.


Ok maybe this time wasn’t so bad but that doesn’t help my point so it’s just a side note.


Anyways the major philosophy durring these dark ages viewed humans as being inherently evil. This goes together perfectly when we consider the modern version of this philosophy reincarnated that is climate change.

Climate Change history has a major branch that comes from Thomas Malthus perhaps further back. This philosophy which is now the major paradigm followed by Ehrlich, Holdren, Gates, Turner, etc.

The renaissance was a time when people viewed themselves as inherently good.

“Pico della Mirandola. This is the first part of the famous Oration written by the humanist Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494). The extract contains the main ideas of Pico concerning human nature. … According to Pico della Mirandola human nature is a repository of instruments by which each individual can shape his/her life.”





Why don’t we slit your babies throat

I was shopping today with my family at Chico’s Natural Foods COOP where we are a member.

Zion our two year-old wanted some yogurt but I wanted a different kind. She cried pretty loud and was making noise…

A lady who was next to my daughter said, “We slit animals throats all the time why don’t we slit children’s”.

I blacked out and it felt like I left my body.  First I looked at her hands and at her husbands hands to see if they had a weapon and wanted to take it further. She seemed harmless but then she started making contorted faces at the baby.

I started yelling…I said this lady said ….

I asked for witnesses my wife said “what did you say” “she said I was only talking about sacrificing animals”. I said why do you have to say that? She also said “what are we going to do with these people?”

What would you have done?

Im not sure why people provoke others?

Earlier I was washing the car and some other lady said to me…looks like another one living out of their car.

Chico, Ca has a long history of racism they drove out and killed the Chinese.


I took her picture but I am going to delete it.

A wonderful lady outside prayed with us and listened to us afterwards.

The news is quick to point out when Trump fans the religious wars which I don’t like. But no one talks about when Holden and Ehrlich and others say we need less children.

Ever since King Herod people in power want dead babies?