Boomer Environmentalist Whines About “Xenophobic” Attitudes Toward Invasive Species

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
April 12, 2018

Due to their focus on plants and animals, environmentalists are able to use language that would, in an anthropological context, be considered “problematic” and “racist.”

For example, it’s considered acceptable to say “Japanese knotweed is a menace to gardens, we need to purge it from Britain,” but not “African niggers are a menace to humans, we need to purge them from Earth.”

Likewise, it’s considered acceptable to say “gray squirrels destroy forest trees and contribute to the decline of woodland birds,” but not “Pakis destroy white civilizations and contribute to the decline of national IQs.”

If a certain boomer from Bongland gets his way, however, then even that sort of thing will be set to change.


Discussion of the threats posed by invasive non-native species such as the grey squirrel is “terrifyingly similar” to concerns over mass migration, according to an environmentalist.

A consultant for New Scientist magazine, Fred Pearce argues that foreign flora and fauna are being “demonised” unfairly while the problematic species which are native to Britain are given a free pass.

Speaking to the Daily Mail ahead of a planned talk at Edinburgh Science Festival on the topic, Pearce decried the language used to describe “invasive species” as “very xenophobic”, stating it “suggests that anything foreign is bad”.

You’re being racist against wildlife, goyim.

Racist and mean.

Look at these innocent knotweeds who fled from the brutal civil war in Japan:

Don’t you think it’s right to let them stay in your garden?

We all bleed chlorophyll, you know. ;_;

What about this handsome sea lamprey, who migrated to the Great Lakes in search of a better life?

Cold-hearted Canadians consider him an “invasive species,” but we all know what really motivates them: hatred for the color of his teeth.

“It is terrifyingly similar to the language which can be used about immigrants invading the country,” added the environmentalist, who claims scientists are more likely to present species as dangerous if they are foreign in his book The New Wild: Why Invasive Species Will Be Nature’s Salvation.

This arch-boomer literally wrote a book arguing that invasive species benefit nature.

Not foreign species; invasive ones. Ones that are proven to damage the ecosystem.

He wants to bring more of them to Europe.

According to Pearce, the dangers of Japanese knotweed — a plant so destructive, fast-growing, and difficult to kill that allowing it to spread beyond one’s own property is a criminal offence — have been overhyped, wrongly drawing attention away from native menaces such as nettles.

Yeah, except that Japanese knotweed is foreign to Europe, so the destruction it caused wouldn’t have happened if it had remained in Asia. Meanwhile, we lose nothing with nettles, because they belong to Europe in the first place.

Hmm, I’m sure that logic can be applied elsewhere…

Pearce is not the first person to link xenophobia to discussions on horticulture. In 2014, academic Ben Pitcher claimed that people who enjoy talking about gardening are closet racists who use the hobby as a covert way to promote white identity.

Claiming terms like “invasive” and “non-native” are used by plant enthusiasts to express their opposition to migrants, the senior lecturer in sociology at Westminster University alleged the BBC Radio 4 panel show Gardeners’ Question Time is “saturated with racial meanings”.

Appearing on another Radio 4 programme, Thinking Allowed, Pitcher received support for his assertion from crossbench peer and former cultural studies professor Lola Young, who likened gardeners’ concerns about rhododendrons to anti-Pakistani sentiment.

“I remember back in the late 80s-early 90s when rhododendrons were seen as this huge problem, and people were talking about going out rhododendron-bashing.

“That was at a time when P***-bashing was something that was all too prevalent on our streets,” she said.

I don’t think it’s fair to compare rhododendrons to Pakis, Lola.

It’s not the 1980s or 90s anymore. It’s 2018, and while rhododendrons haven’t given Brits too many problems, Pakis have transformed the entire island into a free-range Moslem rape pen.

But at least Lola has an excuse for her stupidity: she’s black as night.

What’s Fred Pearce’s excuse for his stupidity?

Oh yeah; Jews circumcised his brain.

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