The scaremongering and lies of the environmental movement and the abuse of Greta Thunberg

Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in Verhalen en Poëzie


*'I was in Drumheller, Canada, Alberta, and visited the Royal Tyrrell Museum, which is probably the largest fossil and dinosaur bone site in the world. It was a cold day, I think -40 degrees Celsius is at least cold and I was happy that the distance from the parking lot to the entrance was not too far. The area where the museum is located is called 'the badlands' and I now have a picture with it, it is a rugged, inhospitable area, with valleys and abysses where you would expect a prehistoric beast at any moment.

After admiring countless dinosaurs I came to a room with fauna and flora fossils. A petrified palm tree caught my attention, 65 million years ago the tree in subtropical Canada spread its branches to the blue sky and the warm sun.

-There was no CO2-breaking industry, no car traffic, no air traffic and yet this part of Canada had in the meantime changed from subtropical to a polar climate. It may be clear that human beings had no influence on this, the human-like ancestors of ours simply had to fight to stay alive.

It is not all that enigmatic, the orbit of the earth is ecliptic and not perfectly round and the earth is tilted in that orbit. The poles shift over time and the climate shifts just as fast. It is a well-known fact among pilots or seafarers when they read their compass, it is called "North and True North." There is a magnetic variation between the North and the real North.

If you were at the geographic North Pole and held your compass, it would point to the north of Canada on Ellesmere Island. This is a difference of approximately 500 kilometers between the geographical north and magnetic north pole! This difference is called the magnetic slope, so it is not a difference that you can just neglect.


* Plato, the Greek philosopher, wrote about Atlantis in his dialogues in 360 BC. It would lie beyond the pillars of Hercules. He described it as people who have never visited America but are aware of New York without having been there, write about the big apple.

Just like Plato, Socrates also writes about the pillars of Hercules, he describea a real place. If you have a text and you ask the right questions, you will get the right answers. To which pillars of Hercules does Plato refer? "It is two days sailing to the North past the pillars of Hercules that you will come across Atlantis." Not only does Plato, who is now talking about Atlantis, say this in his ancient text that has survived 2400 years, but Socrates tells us where you can find it, he knows where to find it in his dialogues in which he quotes Atlantis.

As you have the narrow passage between Dover and Calais in the North Sea, there is also the narrow from Gibraltar from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic between Gibraltar, Spain and Africa. In the times of Plato this was also called the pillars of Hercules. Hercules also called Heracles in the ancient texts, was the legendary hero who could do everything. In the coat of arms of Andalusia, the eight southernmost provinces of Spain, you see Hercules depicted with two lions and two pillars.

So two days of sailing to the true North will bring you somewhere to the Netherlands or England. The Atlantic Ocean is not called the Atlantic Ocean for nothing and Atlantis must have been there somewhere.

The Greek-Jewish philosopher Philo of the first century describes in his study 'the eternal world', the destruction of Atlantis, he calls it Atalantis, but it is clear that this is Atlantis. In chapter 26 and chapter 141 of his study he says: 'An island, Atalantis, that was larger than Africa and Asia was flooded by the sea within 1 day and night by an earthquake and the water that followed that came from the sea (tsunami?) flooded the whole and one cannot navigate the area due to shallows and reefs and currents.

Why would three separate Greek sources refer to the "legendary" Atlantis if it had not existed.



Has such a disaster happened somewhere nearby, only two days sailing North from the pillars of Hercules. Yes indeed such a disaster took place. 7000 years ago, England was connected to what we now call the mainland of Europe.

In the last ice age, an enormous dam was first formed by glacier ice between Scotland and Norway. The water rose alarmingly high behind this 'dam'. Over time, the natural dam broke under the influence of the climate and the elevated water flooded the land and cut out the narrows of Calais, the English Channel. Seismic research shows an underwater area rich in rivers, beaches, coves, fertile soils that must have been a paradise for hunting and fishing.

Plato sketches a country beyond the pillars of Hercules, so beyond Gibraltar. The area disappeared within 1 day and suddenly overnight. The islands where the melt water had already raised the water level, an earthquake and a huge tsunami did the final work, perhaps the areas formed an island archipelago for a while, but eventually became sandbanks.

Then the glacier dam broke down and earthquakes occurred and a tsunami appeared and the Doggerbank area was finished. The sudden end coincides with what Philo said earlier in his writings, the destruction also corresponds to the time Plato discussed about 8,000 years ago. two days sailing past Gibraltar and you are in the Doggerland of the past (Atlantis?). Here again there is a radical issue which took place independent of human action.

-There was no CO2-vomitting industry, no car traffic, no air traffic and yet this part of the world was changed. It will be clear that humans had no influence on this.


* There are many theories about the extinction of the dinosaurs. One tends to be a meteorite impact that threw up so much dust that the atmosphere was clouded for a long time and there was eternal night with temperatures that instantly dropped due to lack of solar heat.

Another similar theory is that a series of volcanic eruptions caused about the same effect. In itself not so strange when you consider that just a few years ago all air traffic was stopped in Northern Europe as a result of a single volcano eruption in Iceland.

-There was no CO2-vomitting industry, no car traffic, no air traffic and yet this part of the world was changed. It will be clear that humans had no influence on this.

The dinosaurs disappeared due to a natural disaster!

The environmental movements seize nature changes with both hands to pour out a message of doom and damnation about a humanity that should feel guilty about things they cannot control.




There are symposia, grants, conferences and an impressive circulating money circuit and now the youth have become involved. In the person of Greta Thunberg, a girl with autistic tendencies who has been treated by psychologists for years. Well then, a girl is presented who as a 16-year-old, will tell our generation about what we should have done or should do, because we are destroying 'her' future.

Goodness me, who thought this up is a genius in manipulating folk, but it works. People really believe that this girl skipping school is the mouthpiece of youth. That she has assembled all the statistics she is collecting. For crying out loud, it is being given to her by the environmental movements that use her under the guise that now the youth have become involved in environmental issues as well. Good strategy, but anyone who hears her speak once will see through it.

Clearly there are processes that we have no control over. Of course we all contribute to some form of pollution, so what is left us to do, collectively commit suicide and 'save' the earth? After all, everyone who lives pollutes his or her environment.

We do not change the 'shifting poles', we did not break the glacier dam 7000 years ago and we did not kill the dinosaurs.

We are only a pinhole in a larger cosmic event. Of course we have to be careful with our energy sources and of course we have to achieve that with as little pollution as possible .. but for that we don't need a manipulated autistic girl. Science will have to provide an answer to those problems, problems that Greta Thunberg has no knowledge of without provided notes.

The doom prophets have been unmasked in recent years and have now thrown themselves unto the last straw, youth in general and that is bad, let the youth enjoy their youth and do not saddle them up with a mission that does not exist. "

San Daniel 2020




  1.  "Though influenced primarily by Socrates, to the extent that Socrates is usually the main character in many of Plato's writings, he was also influenced by Heraclitus, Parmenides, and the Pythagoreans" (
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Pillars of Hercules and or Atlantis:

  1.  Seneca, Hercules Furens 235ff.; Seneca, Hercules Oetaeus 1240; Pliny, Nat. Hist. iii.4.
  2. "Close to the Pillars there are two isles, one of which they call Hera's Island; moreover, there are some who call also these isles the Pillars." (Strabo, 3.5.3.); see also H. L. Jones' gloss on this line in the Loeb Classical Library.
  3. Diodorus 4.18.5.
  4. Diógenes LaercioVidas, opiniones y sentencias de los filósofos más ilustres, IV, 24 - 27 (Crantor).
  5. Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, "Xenocrates"
  6. Het artikel "Xénocrate" van Pierre Hadot (Collège de France) in Universalis 2011
  7. timagenus
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    Pollard, E, Bates, CR, Ichumbaki, E & Bita, C 2016, 'Shipwreck evidence from Kilwa, Tanzania' International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, vol 45, no. 2, pp. 352-369. DOI: 10.1111/1095-9270.12185

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