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The environmental movement has cultivated a warm and fuzzy public image, but behind the smiley-face rhetoric of "sustainability" and "conservation" lies a dark agenda. The Greens aim to regulate your behavior, downsize your lifestyle, and invade the most intimate aspects of your personal life.In this stunning exposé, Steve Milloy unveils the authoritarian impulse underlying the Green crusade. Whether they're demanding that you turn down your thermostat, stop driving your car, or engage in some other senseless act of self-denial, the Greens are envisioning a grim future for you marked by endless privation.
Steamrolling nearly all opposition with its apocalyptic predictions of environmental doom, the Green movement has gained influence throughout American society--from schools and local planning boards to the biggest corporations in the country. And their plans are much more ambitious than you think, says Milloy. What the Greens really seek, with increasing success, is to dictate the very parameters of your daily life--where you can live, what transportation you can use, what you can eat, and even how many children you can have.
Citing the tactics and goals of Green groups as explained by their own activists and leaders, Green Hell demonstrates:* How Green pressure campaigns threaten the safety of your home and your car, and public health overall
A one-of-a-kind, comprehensive takedown of the entire environmental movement, Green Hell will open your eyes to a looming threat to our economy, our civil liberties, and the entire American way of life.
"Green Hell explains why Americans can't afford to fall for Al Gore's `the debate is over' line on global warming. While we're all for the environment, Green Hell explains why we need to oppose the environmentalists."
--Fred Barnes, Executive Editor, the Weekly Standard
"Regardless of whether you believe global warming is a fraud, the fact is that the current depression, the past spike in oil prices, and the coming technology of electric cars are all going to solve whatever problem exists. Liberals want to use climate change as an excuse to take over the economy and regulate everything and this book exposes their plans."
--Dick Morris, FOX News commentator and former political consultant to Bill Clinton
"Free market capitalism is still the best path to prosperity. Green Hell is a must-read for anyone who wants to keep America on that path and away from Soviet-style command-and-control environmentalism."
--Larry Kudlow, Host, CNBC's The Kudlow Report
I am trying to help maintain the habitability of earth for humanity, not trying to "control" people. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Peter Kirkup
I detected a 'hint' of bias throughout the book. could be because the author of this book is the Director at a major fossil fuel enterprise. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tim
Having worked in environmental investigation and cleanup for many years, I have learned that many if not most of our environmental laws are not only overkill, but frequently... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Kennon Ledbetter
Either this guy has done nothing to research environmentalism and bases his knowledge on political garbage, or hes written this book to benefit outside groups. Read morePublished 15 months ago by REID BRITTON
I highly recommend this book! It makes a cogent argument that big environmentalist groups (Big E) are the Dark Side. Read morePublished 22 months ago by D. J. Doig
The luddites had nothing over these folks. I keep asking myself, if they really really believe this stuff - then show us how it is done. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jack E. Zehring
If you liked "Behind the Green Mask", you will like this book. This one names names and gives additional specific details of past events (such as the strong likelihood that the... Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by Peach
Nothing new, but it's nice to reread the issues and see that the same players are in action tearing down our society in the name of Mother EarthPublished on January 26, 2013 by Donald S. Sammis
it's great to see books from people bought and paid for by the death industries that are killing the biosphere. Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by John Stevens