Content warning for people who either a. don't like gore - or b. fully understand the basis of the anti-human belief of eco-extremists.
And I'm not talking about people who believe in recycling cardboard, glass, plastic and turning off the water while brushing their teeth. I'm talking about people who are unafraid to voice their belief that human beings are parasites on earth and though intelligent beings - are really no different than any other living thing inhabiting the planet. To them, human beings are resources that must be managed or eliminated for the betterment of the earth.
Here's a sample of this viewpoint casually shared on the digital pages of the Sandusky Register. Identifying the author isn't important - it's the idea that I'm trying to highlight:
Taken to an extreme, this viewpoint was shared by a certain armed gunman who shot up the headquarters of the Discovery Channel because they would not stop producing tv shows that promoted "human parasites":
The pagan practice of Earth worship is nothing new, but what most people don't realize is when eco-fanaticism takes the place of a person's natural desire to acknowledge and worship God, (take a guess where that desire comes from.) we allow ourselves to creep past taking care of our planet in a responsible manner to making earth - and worshiping earth - our first priority.
On to the video: (via the Anchoress)
This 'joke' shows you exactly what eco-fanatics really believe: Human beings are so unimportant that blowing them apart if they refuse to accept the dogmatic beliefs of the eco-movement is perfectly acceptable.
Hey, if you're offended by this - remember: It's just an eco-freak's "joke."
This group "1010" has since removed the video from their website and issued an obligitory apology. Even the apology is telling: Their supporters found the video "extremely funny."