by P. Homewood, April, 27, 2020 in NotaLotofPeopleKnowThat
One of our readers sent me this power point presentation, which his seven year old was given for home schooling on Earth Day.
I have not included all of the slides, but these are the key ones:
What is Climate Change Powerpoint
The whole thing is nothing but pure propaganda. It most certainly is not factual, nor does it explain to kids the real implications of the policies proposed by the likes of Greta.
Indeed, the suggestions of “how we can help” are infantile and risk making children think think that is all they need to do.
They may be seven year olds, but they should be treated with more respect and honesty.
I don’t know who produced this presentation or if it is officially approved. If anyone has any more info, please let me know.
by P. Homewood, Sep. 16, 2019 in NotaLotofPeopleKnowThat
Protests by groups such as Extinction Rebellion, the recent fires in the Amazon and apocalyptic warnings by the teenage activist Greta Thunberg have prompted a “tsunami” of young people seeking help.
A group of psychologists working with the University of Bath says it is receiving a growing volume of enquiries from teachers, doctors and therapists unable to cope.
The Climate Psychology Alliance (CPA) told The Daily Telegraph some children complaining of eco-anxiety have even been given psychiatric drugs.
by Anthony Watts, March 13, 2019 in WUWT
Genesis of a Shakedown: New Records Expose Children’s Marches as Long-Planned Component of Litigation Campaign
These public records produced mere days after 60 Minutes’s promotional segment, and days before the nationwide children’s climate walkouts, affirm:
the climate litigation campaign was expressly grounded in this failure of “conventional approaches” otherwise known as our constitutional system
it was to be “linked to youth climate movement (world-wide marches)”;
it would be accompanied by a press strategy including documentaries featuring children;
the meeting was acknowledged, but this strategy laid out there was “not to be publicized”;
the strategy sought both a cooperative federal administration “Consent decrees (would be ideal)” — and to “Bring selected carbon majors to the table, then what?”