Climate Emergency Is Serious: Giant Pikachus March Down Street In England, Opposing Coal In Japan

The climate emergency (scam) is a Very Serious Subject, y’all. The climate cultists want us to treat the subject as Very Serious, because the world is on the brink of ending. Or it’s happening right now. Doom is coming!

Activists Dressed As Giant Pikachus Invade G7 Summit in England to Demand Climate Change Action in Japan

Coal plants generate a lot of carbon, which contributes to global warming. Japan has pledged to hedge construction of new coal-burning plants, but they still has 150 coal power stations.
It’s a giant Pikachu invasion! Or at least it was recently in England. A pack of activists, all dressed as Pikachu, paraded down a street in England, demanding that Japan stop using coal. The Pokémon characters appeared just down the street from the G7 Summit, taking place in the English resort town of Carbis Bay.

One protester explained their purpose, saying, “Our message to Japan is that if it continues to burn coal, it will be an international pariah, it will make the future more dangerous for its citizens, it’s going to make a future more dangerous for the world. Japan has a massive opportunity at the G7 to step up, stop burning coal and lead the world to a better future.”

The G7 meetings allow the member nations — France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Japan, the U.S. and Canada — to discuss various issues and make agreements in person. One of the chief problems on the table is climate change and how to reduce carbon emissions.

Well, I’m totally convinced to give up my money, freedom, and choice to Save The Earth from boiling away. How about you?

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4 Responses to “Climate Emergency Is Serious: Giant Pikachus March Down Street In England, Opposing Coal In Japan”

  1. Hairy says:

    Teach show us really do support burning coal by putting your money where your mouth is

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    To experience embarrassment, one must have a modicum of humility.


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  3. Professor Hale says:

    Six. SIX! Only six people in low budget plastic costumes get world wide media attention. It’s hardly an “invasion” of any sort. Just six unemployed wankers. Certainly not any sort of reason to take them seriously.

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Unfortunately, Japan has had bad luck with nuclear, e.g., Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Fukushima Daiichi.

    But yes, Japan should transition away from coal burning for electricity.

    The publicity stunt was effective. Even Teach reported the protest.

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