Apparently, The Climate Crisis (scam) Is Sexist

Hey, remember all the articles about a lack of black people in the Cult of Climstrology, especially in leadership positions (let’s face it, the CoC is primarily composed of middle to upper class white people)? Well, looks like the CoC is also sexist

Q&A: Why Women Leading the Climate Movement are Underappreciated and Sometimes Invisible

She is, thus, a fitting historic figure for Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson to cite in opening their new book, “All We Can Save,” an anthology of essays, poetry and original illustrations on climate change by a diverse range of women, to be published Sept. 22. (snip)

“The climate crisis is not gender neutral,” Johnson and Wilkinson write in the book’s preface. “Climate change is a powerful ‘threat multiplier,’ making existing vulnerabilities and injustices worse. Especially under conditions of poverty, women and girls face greater risk of displacement or death from extreme weather disasters.”

Are they saying that women aren’t actually as strong as men? Not very Feminist, is that?

Wilkinson: The inspiration for this book came from the women who are in it. Ayana and I were in Aspen together for a conference and [felt] a bit of frustration about how much the public discourse on climate is still dominated by primarily older white male voices, and how many brilliant innovative, hardworking, committed women are not getting the megaphone. We went on what Ayana has now deemed a “rage hike” in Aspen, really putting our heads together on, “How can we get women in climate the attention and resources they need to really be able to have the change that they’re capable of making?”

So, the older white climate cultists blew them off? Oh, and going on a “rage hike” doesn’t exactly scream “competent and serious adults”, does it?

Johnson: We knew that these women who were leading climate work were out there. They just weren’t visible. They weren’t household names, and because of that, they weren’t getting the resources or support they needed.

So, the CoC is sexist? Good to know.

Wilkinson: My observation is that it tends to be a strength of women in the movement to be able to hold multiple things at the same time—to understand that this is about health, and this is about justice, and this is about good jobs, and this is about science, and it’s also about story and the kaleidoscope through which we need to see and try to understand the climate crisis. … That comes through in lots of different ways in these pieces. 

Sounds like this has little to do with anything other than politics.

What is the significance of your book coming out so close to the 2020 election, given the larger role climate now seems to be playing in U.S. electoral politics? 

Johnson: We specifically made sure the book was coming out before the election in the hopes that it would be able to seed some conversations around the importance of the candidates’ climate platforms at all state and federal levels and in the upcoming election. So that timing was deliberate. In fact, it was a total sprint to get the book done in time to make that possible.

Yup, politics.

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6 Responses to “Apparently, The Climate Crisis (scam) Is Sexist”

  1. Est1950 says:

    Guys I am seeing the exact same thing I saw under the Obama administration. As the election drew near you saw more and more strange posters showing up ranting and raving about killing blacks and all sorts of nonsense.

    These people are DNC operatives designed to fire you up, bring out your anger and make you look stupid.

    Don’t fall for these nutty posters. Obama in 2007 Crushed Hillary with the internet and boots on the ground. It took till 2014 for the GOP to catch up. Now people are begging Trump for his analytics which allowed him to carve out a victory in the jaws of certain defeat.

    Do not fall for all these new posters posting radical stuff here. They wont try to argue with you, they will throw out far, far right crazy talk and then your all fist pumping and high fiving them while they screen shot your replies and send it in emails around the nation.

    Use some commons sense folks.

  2. Kye says:

    What do you define as far, far right crazy talk, Est1950? Promoting America first? Encouraging Patriotism? Defending God? Openly saying what we all know to be true like BLM is a communist movement out to destroy America?

    At a time when our Republic is under assault by commies, fascists, anarchists, the media, the social media oligopoly or the Silicon Valley oligopoly?

    Sending anti communist views around the nation is the object.

    Trump 2020 Let’s get as crazy as the left is for a change. Sitting around with our thumbs up our asses has done nothing ton stop the leftist juggernaut so far.

  3. Est1950 says:

    I define most of what ELWOOD/RAY.

    I will kill you. I will kill you. I will kill you. I don’t care what the law is I will kill you. If you march down my street I will kill you.

    That sort of stuff.

    And you agreeing that women should not vote. Seriously dude. Should your wife not vote?

    This is the kind of stuff they say. I worked on a project in 2007-2010 with computer programs and monitoring of certain speech and it was egregious what Obama did to the internet. He used Saul Alinsky before anyone even knew what or who Saul Alinsky was.

    Currently His VP for 8 years is running for president. Obama’s old team has been assembled to run Bidens campaign bid. These people know what they are doing. They won 2 elections and trounced HRC when she was the clear front runner.

    • Kye says:

      Seriously dude, I think the biggest mistake this country made regarding voting was allowing women to vote. You may think that’s a radical view but I don’t. However, I also believe that had women been given the vote under the same circumstances men were it would be no problem. Voting should only be from people with skin in the game. Taxpayers. While everyone in America has to live under the stupid, elitist and often racist rules of people like Nazi Pelousy bad and easily lead voters are exactly what gives us Nazi Pelousy, blue cities full of drugs, crime, corruption and basically shitholes full of morons who keep voting for the very people who created the mess.

      I don’t believe (and can prove my assertion in our Founding Documents) that everybody was meant to vote in America… design. We have corrupted our own Republic by letting people vote who have no business doing so. If you think that’s radical it matters not. The cats out of the bag and we can never end voting for these people regardless of what I think or desire. Hell, all one needs to do is look at the front line of the BLM/antifa riots to see they are being led by a lot white women.

      Trump 2020 Let’s keep the commies in China.

  4. Dana says:

    Miss Wilkinson said:

    Ayana and I were in Aspen together for a conference . . . .

    In Aspen? That’s all you need to know that this is just another elitist telling everybody else how to live their lives.

  5. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    If there isn’t a problem, create one.
    — Liberal Logic 101


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