“Earth Day” is Really ‘Birthday.’ Lenin’s That is

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(Al Benson, Revised History) I couldn’t let April 22 slip by without some mention of Earth Day and its origins. Many folks are totally unaware of those origins and how far to the left they really are.

I found an interesting article about this on https://www.briansussman.org for April 22, 2021.Mr. Sussman observed: “On April 22, 1970, a trio of radical dreamers rolled out the first Earth Day. Their hope was that the well-planned nationwide event would effectively assault capitalism, free markets, and mankind,.”

Part of our problem today with wacky environmentalists and climate change oddballs is a result of what these people dredged up for us on the 100th anniversary of Lenin’s birth–and the timing was no accident.

Mr. Sussman’s article continued: “The initial concept was conceived by Sen. Gaylord Nelson D-Wis. Nelson was Congress’ first environmentalist activist. He was also the mastermind behind the radical public school ‘teach ins’ that were (in) vogue throughout the 60s and 70s. During the teach ins, mutinous public school teachers would scrap the day’s assigned curriculum, pressure their students to sit cross-legged on the floor, ‘rap’ about how America was an imperial nation, and converse about…

“Earth Day” is Really ‘Birthday’ Lenin’s That is | revisedhistory