Sunday, February 22, 2009

Nihilist Agency of the Week: The Environmental Protection Agency

Here you go, folks.  The newest announcement of the Nihilist Agency of the Week, and you won't want to miss this one.  Oh, and if you haven't already, be sure to check out my Nihilistic Shout-Out to Roland Burris.

Ok, naming the EPA as Nihilist Agency of the Week seems a bit unfair, seeing as how its entire purpose is nihilistic to its very core. I mean, the EPA's unstated mission statement is to destroy the American economy by pretending that humans can harm God's second greatest creation, Mother Earth. So what could the EPA really do to go beyond that to earn this great honor?

Here's how (emphasis added):
President Barack Obama's climate czar said Sunday the Environmental Protection Agency would soon issue a rule on regulation of carbon dioxide, finding that it represents a danger to the public
Officially recognizing that carbon dioxide is a danger to the public sets would trigger regulation of the greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants, refineries, chemical plants, cement firms, vehicles and any other emitting sectors across the economy.
And you see where this is going, right? Not only will this ruling shutdown every source of energy in our country, there's one other big emitter of carbon dioxide they omitted. That's right: Human Beings. The EPA under Obama has now taken the first step to outlaw breathing by all Americans. Oh, well they can breathe; they just can't exhale.

And in case you're not up on your modern biology, exhaling carbon dioxide is generally considered a necessary part of the human lifesystem. All this, under the guise of protecting people from a threat that never existed in the first place. Does it get any more Orwellian than that? I think not.

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