Climate Cult Youts Try A Die-In At Thurston, Oregon City Council Meeting

First question: how did they all travel to the city council meeting? Second question: how many of them are wearing clothes that use fossil fuels to manufacture and ship? How many have iPhones made in China and shipped across the Pacific using fossil fueled ships?

Thurston youth ‘die’ at council meeting to protest lack of action on climate change

Five members of the Thurston Youth Climate Coalition fell dramatically to the floor at Lacey City Council on Thursday in a “die-in” to protest what they see as a lack of local action to fight climate change.

OK. Turn the heat and AC off at their schools. Turn off the WiFi so the kiddies stop streaming and uploading all those videos. No school buses, they can walk or ride bikes.

As Avanti High School student and coalition member Elsie Sabel rattled off sobering figures about climate change’s effect on the planet, her fellow members fell one by one to the floor.

Sabel, citing data from the National Academy of Sciences and the World Health Organization, spelled out a grim scenario.

No NOAA sea rise station in Oregon shows even average sea rise. In fact, the Astoria station, the longest going back to 1925, shows a slight negative trend.

Sea-level rise by the year 2100 is expected to displace 2.5 percent of the world’s population, she told the council, plus there’s the impact on farming and raising crops, which could result in 500,000 people dying from lack of food.

The impact of climate change is estimated to kill 5 million people between 2030 and 2050 and another 83 million by 2100, Sabel said.

“When youth imagine our future, this is what we have to look forward to,” she said.

It’s no wonder the kiddies have mental health issues when they’re being forcefed this scary cult propaganda. This was all theatrics, no actual facts, and nothing from them on what they are doing in their own lives. I’m sure they made sure to upload it to TikTok before driving somewhere in fossil fueled vehicles.

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10 Responses to “Climate Cult Youts Try A Die-In At Thurston, Oregon City Council Meeting”

  1. judgeroybean says:

    The kids don’t stand a chance. Their teachers have been so heavily indoctrinated they no longer have the ability to reason. That’s why their teachers are democrats. These kids have been severely indoctrinated as well. They will anxiously line up for Covid Vaccines and boosters.

  2. Dana says:

    It’s -13º F in Binghamton, New York, but Governess Kathy Hochul wants to ban all new residential construction from having anything other than electric heat. Heat pumps just can’t keep up when the outside air is that cold. Geothermal heat pumps could keep up, but a geothermal system is expensive!

    On average, a homeowner can expect total expenses to reach between $18,000 to $30,000 on geothermal heating and cooling cost. This cost would cover a complete geothermal installation. The price can range from $30,000 to $45,000 with high-end ground-source heat pump systems for large homes. It is crucial to remember that the size of your home, the location, types of soil, available land, local climate usability and condition of existing ductwork, and your choice of heat pump will influence the total geothermal heating cost required to invest.

    More, you have to have the land area in which to install the geothermal transfer loops. Because of the other subsurface items in building a home — foundations, plumbing, sewer and sometimes electrical, along with much of the landscaping if that has to be done — installation of the ground loops for a geothermal system will come later in the construction phase, which means they cannot be looped underneath the home itself. If they were underneath the home, they could never be repaired if they were damaged or somehow failed. If they were under the house itself and failed, they would have to be replaced in the yard, and if there was insufficient yard space, the entire geothermal heat pump system would have to be scrapped.

    Yes, a geothermal heat pump system would be great as far as performance is concerned . . . as long as the sparktricity was on.

  3. ST says:

    GLOBAL WARMING UPDATE: WATCH: New Hampshire buried by arctic blast, coldest wind chill ever measured

  4. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    How bizarre that we’re having record lows in winter and record highs in summer! What the heck is going on with this climate?

    Here’s an article on heat pump pros and cons.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      It’s called weather, dipshit.
      You could even look it up.
      Have you always been a dumbass?
      Bwaha! Lolgfy

    • CarolAnn says:

      That’s not the climate, that’s the weather, Elwood. Learn the difference.

    • James H Lewis says:

      I have had a heat pump.

      They work marginally when the outside temp falls to the mid 30’s, worse in the 20’s and almost not at all in the teens and below.

      Most systems have electric heat strips that kick on when the room temperature falls and requires a boost.

      That’s called “electric forced air heat.” And it runs the heat bill through the roof.

      Take my advice. Do not buy one.

      BTW – Just as the planned spread of EV’s will overload the electric grid, heat pumps will also add to the load.

      Yet no one is talking about increasing elecrict power generation.

      Govrnment is stupid.

      Yet no one is saying a word about increasing elecric generation.

      Government is stupid.

  5. samoore says:

    Lacey, Washington is in Thurston County, Washington, so how is it you described this as being in Oregon City, Oregon?

  6. Dana says:

    Yesterday was cold, 23º through 30º F all day, but our electric heat pump did keep up; it’s only when it gets into the teens and below that the supplemental heat from the fireplace is needed.

    But today? Though it was just 18º F to start the day, it’s been sunny and has topped out at 50º F; the normal high fo0r our location is 44º F. I love me some global warming!

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