Yesterday a judge in Montana handed down a decision that could lead to a flood of similar bad judicial decisions across the country. A group of youth climate activists sued the state of Montana, claiming that a law passed in 2011 violates their constitutional rights.

According to the plaintiffs and the judge, a law that does not require the state to include climate change in energy-related projects takes away a sustainable future for Montana’s youth and their right to live long and healthy lives. The decision, hailed by the mainstream media as a major victory for climate change science and the next generation of Americans, is not only ridiculous, it has nothing to do with the actual climate.

This Montana court decision is indicative of the success of the activist training movement on America’s youth and the gullibility of my generation, which has spawned an army of “change agents” bent on destroying the very nature of our republic. Let’s take a look at what happened in Big Sky Country and what it means for the rest of us.

You are violating my rights!

A Montana judge has ruled that a provision of the Montana Environmental Policy Act directly harms the state’s environment because it prevents Montana from considering the climate impact of energy projects in the state. The argument that the plaintiffs restated their case is rooted in the state constitution that guarantees Montanans the right to a “clean and healthy environment.”

I could write an entire article on the folly of any government, local or federal, claiming to guarantee the right to a clean and healthy environment. It’s not that Montana or any state or country can control the air directly above its borders…our government can’t even control the actual border, let alone what seeps into the air above us. Leave it alone, be it Chinese spy balloons or Chinese air pollution.

My favorite part of this story is how the mainstream media is framing it. Almost every article hits on the youth of the plaintiffs, who range in age from five years to 22 years.

The articles highlight how “young people” claim that Montana is infringing on their rights to a “clean” and “healthy environment”. Climate Cult is delighted with comments such as Julia Olsson, Executive Director of Our Children’s Trust, on this “monumental” and “historic” victory, who Said,

“This is a huge win for Montana, youth, democracy and our climate. More such judgments will definitely come.”

Of course, none of this will do anything to make a positive impact on our environment or the lives of the ‘young people’ on the front lines of this manufactured climate war.

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oh, humanity – and stupidity

In this case, the defense did not put up much of an argument, focusing primarily on how this particular issue should be handled in the legislature versus the courts. The decision is expected to be challenged in higher courts, much to the dismay of climate warriors.

Michael Gerard, founder of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law regretted on,

“This Supreme Court has been more about taking away rights than giving new ones.”

Mr. Gerard left out constitutional law in his education because if he had paid attention, he would have known that it is not the job of the Supreme Court to take away or give away rights – but I am digressing. If a law allowing Montana to pursue energy projects without considering climate impact should be overturned, Montana’s Assistant Attorney General Michael Russell Explained There will be:

“…no meaningful effect or appreciable effect.”

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Even the “young people” who valiantly fought this battle acknowledge that this action does nothing to reverse any negative trends in the climate – both real and imagined.

22 year old plaintiff Rikki Held accepted,

“I know climate change is a global issue, but Montanans need to take responsibility for our part in it.”

Yes, the battle cry of America’s progressive youth – you will feel bad about things beyond your control, pay for things that were not your fault, and you will love it and thank us for it.

it’s science that’s why it’s right

Michael Berger, executive director of the Sabin Center, celebrates Montana’s decision Announcement,

“This was climate science on trial, and what the court has really found is that the science is correct.”

Another critical argument from the left wing activist party. If their scientists say it is true, and their experts tell you that you should do something, then there is no room for debate – and to argue differently is to be a fascist racist denying science that probably still exists. Lives in a cave.

Never forget: In the 1970s, climate “experts” told us a “new” ice age was coming.

In the 80’s and 90’s we were told that our use of hairspray would destroy the ozone layer. Here we are in 2023—there’s no ice age and I’m still using copious amounts of hairspray to keep my mohawk looking high and bushy.

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This matter and those fueling the climate hysteria have nothing to do with the environment; It has to do with control.

we didn’t fire

Being a citizen of a nation requires responsibility, enthusiasm and commitment. But it has nothing to do with what these “young people”, whom the Left is so eager to praise, are doing.

They are just unwitting and reprehensible pawns of the climate change industry. While this group of 16 children and young adults took their fight to the courts, others have used even more dramatic displays of self-righteous civil disobedience to advance the agenda of their climate change puppet masters.

From pasting His hand at blocking traffic on airport runways, he has garnered furious likes on social media, fulfilling his need for fame and power. My favorite act of ridiculousness is throwing soup and mashed potatoes at Van Gogh and Monet’s artworks.

Works of art aim to make this world a more beautiful place, ruined by tomato basil soup and powdered potatoes. The Montana 16 claim that Montana’s fossil fuel industry has caused them physical and mental suffering and threatened their right to live full lives.

Of course, none of this is true, but it is the same vague cry repeated by the Commander-in-Chief, who Said Climate change is:

“…literally, not figuratively, a clear and present danger. Latest climate report, nothing less than a ‘code red for humanity’. I want to say it again, the code for humanity is red.

What does it mean? Nobody knows, but it sounds good because it sounds scary – and nothing controls a population more than fear.

As for me, I’ll continue to drive my gas-powered Ford, eat red meat, use whatever light bulbs I want, and spray Aquanet in my luxuriously wavy hair. I’m sure that in another 50 years, my children’s children will be worried about the next new ice age or anything else that “scientists” and “experts” dream up.

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