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From the Pen of David Horowitz: September 9, 2009

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Posted on September 9 2009 12:49 am
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“Even as its own inhumanity and inefficiency consume revolutionary socialism in the East, however, a specter can be seen rising from its ashes in the West.  The colors are no longer red but green, the accents are those of Malthus rather than Marx, but the missionary project is remarkably intact.   The planet is still threatened, redemption through radical politics still presses: Better Green than Dead. In environmentalism, radicals have found a new paradigm for the paradigm lost.”
— From Red to Green, in Left Illusions, page 310.
This quote was submitted by Howard J. who said:
This quote is particularly timely in view of the Van Jones debacle, and Van Jones’ book, The Green Collar Economy. Obama’s dedication to Cap & Trade fits into this same effort to remake the entire system under the guise of environmentalism.

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