Young Warmists Are Upset Over People Paying Attention To Coronavirus Over ‘Climate Change’

All these people getting sick, dying, economies crashing, people scared and fearful, businesses going under, all that stuff is rather annoying to Warmists as it gets in the way of their Cult

‘Make The Climate A Priority Again,’ Says Germany’s Student Activist Neubauer

In a not-so-distant past before coronavirus lockdowns, students around the world were storming the streets to demand climate action. In Berlin, there was a name on many activists’ lips: Luisa-Marie Neubauer.

A 24-year-old university student, Neubauer is sometimes considered Germany’s answer to Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. And like the younger Swede, Neubauer staged weekly Fridays for Future student strikes in her city to push for a stronger response to climate change.

But since the coronavirus pandemic, Fridays for Future had to cancel mass mobilizations and move most of its campaigning online. Now the movement is taking careful steps to retake the public sphere.

NPR caught up with Neubauer recently to talk about activism in the time of the coronavirus, what lessons can be learned from dealing with COVID-19 and what’s happening with her movement.

Perhaps she should get a job at the age of 24.

As the coronavirus has dominated the global agenda, is anybody talking about climate protection anymore?

Luisa-Marie Neubauer: Of course, we’re directing our focus on the coronavirus for now, and that’s the right thing to do. There is no going back to the time before the coronavirus. … But we understood that the climate doesn’t care how busy we are and what we’re busy with — and whether we’re fighting a pandemic at the moment. Because the climate crisis continues to get worse and continues to put people at risk.

We have to make the climate a priority again. That’s what we as activists have to fight for. This is only possible if we fight the coronavirus efficiently, fairly and caringly — as quickly as possible.

See? A tiny increase in the global temperature over 170 years is more important than granny dying from COVID19 and no one being allowed to visit her.

Looking at the reopening process, what is most important to you?

We need sustainable, just and transformative coronavirus policies that take our emissions budget and the ecological costs into account. We must ensure the massive funds spent to tackle this crisis do not lead to an acceleration of other crises, especially the climate crisis.

Reopening? What are they reopening? It’s not a business, just a bunch of whiny brats demanding Everyone listen to them and do what they say.

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