Children are suggestible – fascists have always taken advantage of this. The climate propaganda is for the self-proclaimed global elite who want the misanthropic but profitable”green turn” is the key to a real money printing machine. Reasonable people who have both feet firmly planted in life, however, are not impressed by consensus lies and embarrassing alarmism: Greenlings and WEF rascals are therefore often only those who, due to a lack of life experience, cannot know any better. And where is the best place to reach the youngest, still inexperienced generations? At school.
A comment by Vanessa Renner
With the title “Should schools teach climate change studies? These countries think so” (“Should schools teach climate change studies? These countries see it that way”) comes the Article on the World Economic Forum website from August 24 initially harmless – but the summary of the text at the very beginning tempts you to shake your head. It says (translated into German):
A study by a British university shows that more than half of young people are afraid of climate change on a daily basis.
The UN is calling for climate education to be made compulsory in schools from 2025 to better equip children for future global warming.
Only a handful of countries currently mandate climate change studies in their education systems, although many have signed up to this goal in the Paris Agreement.
This is of course obvious: Because climate alarmism is already causing children and young people to develop real panic disorders, the problem should be fueled further by making climate propaganda compulsory in schools. The article justifies this absurd conclusion by simply claiming that “many believe that introducing climate change subjects in schools would definitely help young people to better deal with “global warming”.
In the following, my only very slow progress towards the desired “climate change education” laments, although according to a leftist, affiliated with the WEF According to the US think tank, it is so important to anchor energy saving and desired “consumption behavior” in children. By the way, there is no mention of environmental protection, which is actually an immensely important concern. Incidentally, the said think tank, Brookings, is considered an extended arm of the Democrats and does not shy away from spreading lies and fake news to achieve its own goals (or rather those demanded by investors): That’s how a number of Brookings employees were apparently in the campaign against Donald Trump involved in the Clinton campaign.
Furthermore, the WEF article denounces that signatories to the Paris Agreement would not fulfill their duty to indoctrinate children according to the climate agenda. Italy is mentioned as a role model: 33 hours of climate change lessons per year have already been stipulated here. Finally, one does not shy away from quoting an 18-year-old “climate activist” who demands: “The education system should focus on the climate crisis in every single subject!” In fact, questioning the dubious computer models on which the entire narrative is based could lead to some insights – but what is required is certainly no meaningful critical examination, which also allows the numerous scientific dissenting voices to climate paranoia to have their say, but the sole treatment of line-faithful claims and so-called studies – regardless of the fact that the apocalypses prophesied for decades never happened, as is well known, but were simply replaced by new catastrophes that would definitely occur soon. Incidentally, said activist stated that she had been fighting against climate change, i.e. for the climate agenda, since the age of 13.
Arguably one of the most popular examples of indoctrinating children to build a new society around sick, fascist ideas came from Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. The Islamic State continues to this day same methodology. Greenlings (generally closely associated with the WEF) around the world are increasingly appearing to want to join the ranks: the combination of their commitment to systematic indoctrination and extending the right to vote to ever younger people should pave the way for them to greater power and influence … If parents allow this, of course. Because they are the ones who ultimately have the upbringing of their offspring in their hands and can teach their little ones critical thinking and questioning from an early age.