Yesterday, kids across the country skipped school to raise awareness about climate change. Across the country (and the world), young people are being indoctrinated into the apocalyptic worldview that we are rapidly destroying the planet and therefore we’re all going to die in just a few years.
Nevermind the fact that climate alarmists are something like 0-41 on accurately predicting the climate apocalypse. Young people are freaking out:
"We might actually die in a few years if we don't stop this." – beautiful innocent little girl whose father is an asshole
This is CHILD ABUSE. pic.twitter.com/CeB5YiLU2C
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) September 21, 2019
Another student: “I feel visceral anxiety every day” about climate change pic.twitter.com/uiANPVtSmm
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 20, 2019
It’s actually terrifying that this is what young people are being taught – not just the climate alarm, but that the government is the only way to solve the problem.
The left is turning climate change into a religion. Just a few days ago, Sarah Silverman compared 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg to Jesus Christ.
Enter Alan Jones, an Australian radio broadcaster, who is here to call out the hypocrisy of these young people decrying the evils of previous generations in causing climate change while simultaneously relying on consumerism and other “Western luxuries.”
Worth a listen a great take on climate change and those kids taking days off school pic.twitter.com/S04OyOB6Dr
— James Deegan MC (@jamesdeeganMC) September 21, 2019
“You’re selfish, badly educated, virtue signaling little turds inspired by the adults around you who crave a feeling of having a noble cause while they indulge themselves in Western luxury and unprecedented quality of life.”
“Wake up, grow up, and shut up until you’re sure of the facts.” I think everyone from student activists to the media to politicians should take this advice.