Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Van Jones and the Green Poets

Van JonesImage by luxomedia via Flickr

[Content WARNING: This video contains graphic language]

It's sad that these young people have been brainwashed into believing this baloney, but that's where the future lies.  Get them while they're young enough to manipulate their thinking.  These young folks will be the "useful idiots" of the global warming liars like Van Jones and Al Gore in the years to come...heck, they already are.

Via: The Blaze

Van Jones Emcees Profanity-Laced, Bush-and-Business-Hating, ‘Green’ Poetry Slam

by Jonathon M. Seidl Jonathon M. Seidl

Guess where Van Jones is popping up now? The former Green Jobs Czar shared emcee duties at the Brave New Voices Speak Green poetry slam — a competition where “youth from around the country, ages 13 – 24, compete for the opportunity to travel on behalf of Youth Speaks to some of the key conferences and summits on the Environment to date.” The topic of this year’s event? Global warming.
As you’ll see, the young poets stayed on point. One blasted BP head Tony Hayward and made sure to include the “F” word and mock the man’s wife. Another said Bush didn’t deserve his second term, and alluded to the former President not caring about hurricane Katrina.
Perfect place for Van Jones...encouraging the kids to "embrace the green movement as social justice":
That’s where Van Jones comes in. This year’s annual poetry slam was held in L.A. and featured the deposed Green Czar. After the event, Jones spoke candidly about young people embracing the green movement as “social justice,” and how that’s been his plan for the last 10 years.
“To see young people, this new generation, they have a new vision for the environment,” he said. “They don’t see the distinction between social justice and the environment — they want to see healthy people and healthy planet. That‘s what I’ve been talking about for 10 years.”
For you poetry aficionados, you can see the full video of the first young person’s poem chiding BP and Tony Hayward by clicking here.  The poet’s name is Ceez Live, a 19 year-old from Philadelphia.  (Of course, he'd come from my hometown...)


  1. If you base your life on lies, does that make you a liar?

  2. Odie:
    Good question. I think that they are liars because they use lies to push their "real" agenda.


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