The climate crisis and the hysteria that has been manufactured can only be in resolved by the ones who constructed the crisis and hysteria in the first place: climate activists, global elitists, and the politicians who have tried to legitimize the issue throughout the halls of government.
Recently, the 16-year-old Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg, was on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. What was interesting was that Noah inquired about the “great divide” between the generations on the subject of climate change. Well Mr. Noah, when you’re looking for a leak, you locate the source. The “great divide” is due to the difference in our education system now compared to the past. We live in an era where unelected globalists and young influencers have been meticulously propped as gods walking among us.
Elevating kids, like Greta, who have been given talking points and a platform to shout them from is not fair. It’s not fair to the child’s future or to those who follow along seeking to do good.
Climate hysteria—as opposed to facts— is taught in educational institutions. And it’s not just our universities and colleges that promote panic, it is taught from kindergarten to high school through secondary education. The talking points of climate hysteria are repeated ad-naseum so that those holding to a political agenda of complete “government control” can secure their votes in the next generation of activists that have been raised in this politically correct climate.
Is it any wonder that it is those in school (indoctrination stations) are all up in arms about the climate? It’s not difficult to pinpoint the source of these spring chickens’ angst. Some say scientifically proven fact like biological sex is a “social construct.” It’s not. This climate crisis is a “social construct.”
Young people gathered in Washington DC and called on the government to “fix climate change.” What’s curious is the reason why they formed their narrative around the government “fixing climate change”? Because that too is taught. Discussing self-governance and responsibility and the benefits they bring to the individual, as well as others, is no longer a part of the discussion. Oh no, a much simpler approach is given—to hand over all responsibilities to our biggest brother, BIG government.
One presenter at the “youth-led” climate rally screamed: “We are not here to talk about our sacrifices, our doom and gloom, or not existing. We are here to create! We are creating this movement every day because every day of non-action drives more action!”
Oh, you poor thing, how unfair it is you’ve been sold a lie and the cost is your sanity, your joy and purpose. This event reminded me of a statement Canada’s Climate Minister, Catherine McKenna made, “We’ve learned in the House of Commons, if you repeat it, if you say it louder, if that is your talking point, people will totally believe it.”
Our young people to have been taught to believe that our world is coming to an end and absolute panic is necessary. Just like it was “necessary” in 1978 when the United Nations deemed it so, or Al Gore in the 90s shouted the same talking points, and now, with Greta Thunberg and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fostering panic and pushing forward a “Green New Deal” that would devastate the planet and the economy. Don’t let these individuals’ politically driven agenda strip your reality of enjoyment.
There will always be those who vie for your attention, affection and focus for their own cause or benefit. Chasing after an establishment agenda is leaving a trail of depressed and frantic young people in its wake. Stop letting climate alarmists and their priorities suck you dry of the pleasures that this life can offer. The 12-year end of the world mark has been recycled too many times. We’re smart enough to not buy into it.
So eat a burger, warm up your vehicle in the winter, take a plane to your vacation and just live your life.
Greta Thunberg has joined up with 15 more young climate activists. They have claimed that Canada and Norway are violating the rights of children throughout the world with their oil and gas production.
The activist’s claim that the higher output of fossil-fuel production violates the countries obligations in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Hausfeld LLP released a statement noting that the youths have sent letters to both Canada and Norway addressing the countries’ fossil-fuel production. The letter contrasted the plan with the two countries’ self-proclaimed titles of leaders in climate change.
In the letter to Trudeau dated Dec. 10, it says, “Canada must apply its international climate leadership to all domestic action,” the letter also says, “It must demonstrate how a major fossil fuels producer and exporter can transition away from these pollutants, blazing a trail for other fossil fuel-reliant economies to follow.”
The letter covers Canada’s Line 3 pipeline that stretches from Alberta to Wisconsin as well as the Trans Mountain pipeline. Canada’s oil production could be raised 10 percent by the addition of the Line 3 pipeline alone.
The letter also says that Canada “must end the development and export of new oil and gas reserves, and set a plan to quickly phase out existing production fields,” and adds, “It must stop prioritizing short-term economic gains over the future of its children and all children around the world.”
The letter requested that Trudeau deliver a response in the following two weeks. The request was sent to Jonathan Wilkinson who is the new environment minister for Trudeau.
Wilkinson’s spokesperson, Moira Kelly, wrote an email saying, “Young people and Canadians across the country are counting on us for accelerated action on climate change,” she added, “We hear them, and all of the Canadians who sent a clear message this election, that continuing to fight climate change needs to be a priority.”
“We know we need to make a transition to a cleaner economy and we know that this will not happen overnight,” said Kelly, “We are committed to taking thoughtful solutions with Canadians to ensure that the clean economy is affordable for everyone.”
In 2018, Canada pumped more oil than Iraq, OPEC’s second largest supplier, according to data from BP Plc. By 2040, crude output is projected to increase by close to 50 percent, according to Canada Energy Regulator.
Quebec politician says that you should be able to commit suicide if you're worried about climate change
Quebec politician Luc Ferrandez has suggested that euthanasia could be extended to those who wish not to be a burden on society.
Writing in a Facebook post, the former mayor of Plateau Mont-Royal said, “Could we, for environmental, social and economic reasons, decide that we want to receive help to die so as not to be a burden for our family and society in general?”
When confronted about his comments, Ferrandez stated that he merely intended to “deepen the discussion” on assisted dying, according to Journal Metro. “Is it immoral to ask a question,” he added indignantly.
Currently, for assisted dying to be permitted, a patient must be suffering, and their death must be imminent. Ferrandez appeared upset as the law does not consider the possibility that a patient may want to die for environmental or economic reasons.
In 2016, several advocates requested that the government expanded euthanasia legislation so to fit Ferrandez’s definition, however, the provincial government is not ready to rethink the legislation in the immediate future
A group of young Ontarians is launching a lawsuit against Doug Ford due to the Progressive Conservative’s inaction on climate change. The youths are arguing that Ford has violated their charter rights by reducing their climate targets, according to the CBC.
The group is claiming that the Ford government’s climate policy will lead to widespread death, which if correct, would understandably violate section 7 of the charter: protection for life, liberty, and security of the person.
The group is also demanding that the Ontario government creates more ambitious legislation for tackling climate change, such as limiting global warming to 1.5 C.
The group is composed of young Ontarians, ranging from the age of 12 to 24. They are being represented by Stockwoods LLP and Ecojustice, which is a group dedicated to stopping climate change through legal action.
This form of climate action is becoming increasingly more common. Earlier this year, for example, another group of young people launched a lawsuit against Trudeau’s federal government. There have been similar lawsuits in the United States and the Netherlands.
Having said this, this is the first lawsuit filed against a provincial government for climate inaction.
America’s favourite Saturday afternoon activity, college football has now officially become a part of the culture wars. Today’s big match-up between Ivy League rivals Yale and Harvard has been disrupted by a large group of angry student protestors demanding action on the “climate crisis.”
The protestors unfurled large banners that read “NOBODY WINS: YALE & HARVARD ARE COMPLICIT IN CLIMATE INJUSTICE” in a surreal scene that Barstool Sports referred to as “peak 2019.”
Football fans all over social media were not pleased to say the least. But some saw the humour in the situation.
The protest lasted for 48 minutes. ESPN reports that many of the protestors asked to be arrested.