September 30, 2017

Inalienable Riveer Rights

Timothy Birdnow

Helen Dyer sends this our way.

Here is an example of how the Left progresses in their endless quest. While this is utterly crazy on the face of it, it serves a real purpose; to redefine the meaning of the word "person" , to extend it to nonliving things. Liberals don't like the special nature of personhood; they prefer a world where we are nothing but animated meat, walking muscle and bone. They want a mechanistic universe governed by deterministic forces. Personhood gets in the way of their ambitions, which include absolute power over the individual. Why not, if a person is an illusion and all that is real is a sort of machine? So they do crazy stuff like this now, with the intent of putting this in the public consciousness and eventually using it later. It's how they operate.

So here it is from WND:

"DENVER – In a lawsuit against the state of Colorado, a coalition of environmental groups are asking a federal court to grant "personhood” to the Colorado River.

Yes, what the abortion industry in America refuses to grant to unborn children, a lawsuit now is seeking for a river and its tributaries.

"Our system of law has failed to stop the degradation of the natural environment, and consequently, has failed to protect the natural and human communities which depend on it for their survival and livelihood,” states the complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court in Colorado by Deep Green Resistance, the Southwest Coalition and several individuals."

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See, a dog is a boy, is a cow, is a chicken, is a horse. We are all just animated meat. And an ecosystem? Why, it has MORE rights than we do because there are more living things in it.

I wonder how the Colorado River will take the witness stand in court...

Exit question; if a river is a  person and has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, then do we have a right to build levees and dams and thus restrict it's liberty?  And what exactly does a river do to pursue happiness?  Flood, I guess.

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