Shame on the New York Times for their celebration of this man’s suicide.
It’s one thing to adhere to their Climate Change “religion,” but they’ve gone over the edge with this piece.
Note from Tammy:
Conservatives have been arguing for quite some time that the ‘climate change’ argument about it being an existential threat brought on by the existence of human beings would tip over the more emotionally vulnerable people into thinking suicide, or even murder, would be a legitimate answer to the issue. This is why moderating the deliberate political hysteria by the left on certain issue, and the focus on the evil of humanity, is so dangerous and must be pushed back against.
The New York Times has treated one man’s deranged act of self-immolation as some sort of noble sacrifice worthy of reverence.
Earlier this year, radical environmentalist David Buckel demonstrated his love for planet Earth by lighting himself on fire in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park in order to set an example in the fight against climate change….
“Most humans on the planet now breathe air made unhealthy by fossil fuels, and many die early deaths as a result,” Buckel wrote in his note. “My early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves. Honorable purpose in life invites honorable purpose in death.”