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Environmentalism Has Become A Religion
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John, did the Greta Thunberg phenomenon reach America?

Here, every week there is a March For Climate or a student Strike for Climate etc. Pupils are skipping classes to march in the streets with "Save the Planet" banners.
Even better: Some schools organise the march themselves and it's an obligation for kids to participate because it's a officially an educational activity. The education minister even agree because it's "not political" [sic].
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(03-14-2019, 07:54 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: John, did the Greta Thunberg phenomenon reach America?

Here, every week there is a March For Climate or a student Strike for Climate etc. Pupils are skipping classes to march in the streets with "Save the Planet" banners.
Even better: Some schools organise the march themselves and it's an obligation for kids to participate because it's a officially an educational activity. The education minister even agree because it's "not political" [sic].

Today's the first time I have ever heard of her before. I don't think we are quite as rabid over this AGW thing as you folks are over there. I could be wrong though.

You know, after what you guys have been through these last two winters, I would think all the Euro AGW riots would be smaller by now. I wonder how much longer it is going to take before it dawns on them that Climate Change is Real, only just the opposite of what they are wailing over. Spiteful
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(03-14-2019, 07:54 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: John, did the Greta Thunberg phenomenon reach America?

No, but it certainly is going Gangbusters over in Euro-Land.  S5

Quote:Students around the world skip class to demand action on climate

Protests were underway or planned in cities in more than 100 countries, including Hong Kong; New Delhi; Wellington, New Zealand; and Oulo, Finland.
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In France, organisers said some 40,000 people attended the main event in central Paris, while police put the number at just under 30,000.

"This is by far the biggest turnout we've seen in France for these youth climate protests," said FRANCE 24's environment editor Mairead Dundas, reporting from the Pantheon square in central Paris.

They included 15-year-old student Darah McQuaid, who stressed the importance of collective action for youths who are not yet able take part in elections.

No telling how long before the "Me-Too" kooks over here decide to bless us with the same ideology.  Shock
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