Young Activists Take Unnecessary Fossil Fueled Flights To Tell Us How Bad Climate Change Is

Anyone else getting tired of climahypocrites lecturing everyone else to cut down on their “carbon” output?

(All Africa) (Press release) Meet the first of the young Greenpeace enthusiasts from around the world, the Green Reporters, who have come to COP17 to offer themselves as a two-way microphone for the common global youth voice who demand “It’s Our Future, Use Renewables Now!”

How’d you chumps get to Durban, South Africa? I doubt it was by walking.

If greed and power struggles continue, we as a species will struggle to survive. I understand that using fear as a bargaining chip sometimes isn’t fair, but in this case the truth of the matter is that we don’t have the luxury of wasting more time. With the increasing population and increasing demand on resources, it’s just a matter of time before we reach food and water shortages of catastrophic proportions.

There’s a lot riding on these talks – those in power should realise that it’s not just about money and control, it’s about human beings – listen to the people, not the polluters.

Let’s all unite and make a stand. Together we will fix this!

Like people who take unnecessary fossil fueled airplane trips to tell us to not take unnecessary airplane trips?

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One Response to “Young Activists Take Unnecessary Fossil Fueled Flights To Tell Us How Bad Climate Change Is”

  1. Word says:

    I understand that using fear as a bargaining chip sometimes isn’t fair, but in this case the truth of the matter is that we don’t have the luxury of wasting more time. With the increasing population and increasing demand on resources,

    and here in a nutshell is the real fear. The AGW crowd is really population control freaks and end of the world conspiricists.

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