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How To Survive the Climate Change Apocalypto
Mel Gibson's Apocalypto as an allegory for UN/WEF/ESG climate fascism
Comrades: The Climate Change Apocalypto is upon us - repent!
Apocalypto is a magnificent movie about the collapse of the Mayan civilization, but it contains many common themes with ours. Remember this storyline every time you see elites flying private jets to meetings about climate change and carbon reduction, like this week at the UN General Assembly. Climate fascism is the real danger.
***WARNING: Spoilers, graphic photos, and spicy takes to follow.
The movie opens with a poignant quote:
Jaguar Paw is a family man. He hunts a tapir with his friends and father Flint Sky to provide for his pregnant wife and son. They live in an idyllic, high-trust society and just want to be left alone in harmony with their forest. The entire tribe celebrates feasts together by the fire under the stars.
A village elder shares a cautionary tale about the consoomer:
“I saw a hole in the Man, deep like a hunger he will never fill. It is what makes him sad and what makes him want. He will go on taking and taking, until one day the World will say, 'I am no more and I have nothing left to give.’”
After encountering a terrified tribe passing through their lands, Flint Sky warns Jaguar Paw:
“Those people in the forest, what did you see on them? Fear. Deep rotting fear. They were infected by it. Did you see? Fear is a sickness. It will crawl into the soul of anyone who engages it. It has tainted your peace already. I did not raise you to see you live with fear. Strike it from your heart. Do not bring it into our village.”
Zero Wolf leads a pack of ferocious Mayan raiders on a degrowth mission to remove carbon like ESG commissars. They attack the village, capturing its residents and killing any who resist. The sadistic Middle Eye slits Flint Sky’s throat in front of Jaguar Paw and takes pleasure in tormenting his prisoners:
A diseased girl warns them of a prophecy that the world is ending:
The Mayans take their captives to a decaying city. Elites buy the women and children as slaves. The masses are in hysteria:
A high priest preaches that the carbon reducing human sacrifices will please the gods:
“These are the days of our great lament. The land thirsts. A great plague infests our crops. The scourge of sickness afflicts us at whim… Mighty Kukulkan! Let us appease you with this sacrifice. To exalt you in your glory. To make our people prosper!”
Jaguar Paw is spared because the shamans interpret a solar eclipse as a sign that the gods are satiated. However, the high priest tells Zero Wolf to dispose of the survivors. What follows is one of the intense chases in movie history. Jaguar Paw delivers a defiant speech about family, sovereignty, and localism:
“I am Jaguar Paw, son of Flint Sky. My Father hunted this forest before me. My name is Jaguar Paw. I am a hunter. This is my forest. And my sons will hunt it with their sons after I am gone.”
At the end, Jaguar Paw and his tormentors encounter ships full of “climate refugees”. What could possibly go wrong when single military-aged men from a different culture arrive en masse?
Jaguar Paw decides to seek a new beginning in the forest, keeping his family away from the chaos he has encountered:
Apple made a cringe sequel to Apocalypto:
KILLING WHALES FOR WIND TURBINES IS GOOD FOR ESG!
Yuri original meme:
The more things change, the more they stay the same:
The parallels between modern cults to historical cults:
Mel Gibson’s Top 10 Movies:
Hat tip tofor the best writing dissecting the climate apocalypto hysteria, in contrast to fearmongers like (sadly Bill McKibben blocked me) .
The CLINTEL “No Climate Emergency” declaration is worth reading if you have time - 1,600 signatories including 2 Nobel laureates and counting: