‘Violence is often deployed, even if counterproductively, on behalf of causes far less consequential than the climate crisis,’ writes Ezra Klein in The New York Times.
In a shameless display, faculty members effectively protested their own students while modeling horrible behavior for the others.
An ambiguous, unverifiable climate crisis that only the state has the means or authority to combat is a blank check to power.
If the UN Climate Summit and the associated climate strikes are to be believed, the best way to protest pollution and carbon emissions is to increase both to a striking degree.
Do not be convinced you are saving the planet by drinking out of a terrible straw. Plastic straws are simply not killing the planet, and science just can’t stop proving it.
CNN synchronized its forum with a radical climate change activists and writers masquerading as students and eco-friendly entrepreneurs.
The theatrics of the XR and Sunrise activists are anything but spontaneous, relying on an emotional appeal through impressionable youth. And mammoth moneybags are fueling it.
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