It’s no secret what I think about those who espouse the belief that we will surely die in the next 10 years if we don’t foundationally change everything about our system from capitalism to communism. I believe such people to be extremely ignorant at best and wickedly evil at worst, wishing to establish a system that would only work for them if they were actually in the government and were privileged enough to be a part of the 1% that exists in communist countries.
But one particular teen climate activist has come to the light, at least regarding climate activism, and recognizes the farce that the climate cult is. 14-year-old Sina (no last name for obvious reasons) is a girl who used to be an active spokesperson for Fridays for Future, a climate activism organization in Germany.
According to No Trick Zone, “Sina began her environmental activism by joining a demonstration against coal power plants, organized by Greenpeace and WWF, before getting involved as a press spokesperson in the FFF movement in March 2019. In the interview, she reports on cult-like control, censorship, hostility and left-wing infiltration.”
“By November 2019, she began questioning the movement. As press spokesperson, she says she recalls having an older organizer constantly standing at her side at the demonstrations to make sure she said ‘the right things’ when interviewed by radio or television.”
Sina told Grosse Freiheit TV (Great Freedom TV): “No matter what was asked, it had to be answered like this or like that” and we had to “sound dramatic and to not express any doubts about it.”
Explaining what the organizers told the spokeschildren to say to the media, Sina said: “We have to act immediately, otherwise things will go like so, and the world will fall apart if you don’t take to the streets, and those who don’t are to blame for the world collapsing and all such things that put pressure on people.”
Sina eventually explained to the interviewer of Great Freedom TV how she began to have doubts about what she was doing and what the organization was trying to do. According to No Trick Zone, “the sharp-witted teen explains how she began to have doubts about the movement when the question of a CO2 tax came up and her father had doubts about it. This made Sina think about the implications of shutting down the coal power plants and the financial implications.”
Sina explained that she came to the conclusion that “the demands were so dogmatic and radical” that “they could not really be implemented.” She also explains how she began doing a bit of research and came to the realization that the “97% consensus” was an utter farce, as I have explained in previous articles.
But once she began to have doubts, she made the one mistake you cannot afford to make when surrounded by cult members: voice those doubts and ask questions. Once she actually brought up the points and began to ask questions, instead of being told some b.s. talking point or try to bring up some b.s. data to try and “answer” her questions, she was called a “Nazi” (which is pretty rich coming from German socialists) and a “climate denier”, as well as a “future destroyer”.
This is what led her to leave the cult and sound the alarm over its behavior. Not that this is any surprise to me – this is how all cults work. Instead of using data to support their argument, they use insults to alienate the girl and try to scare her into submission. The mentality is: “You don’t want to start questioning us, or you will forever be counted as our enemy and be added to the list.” What list you may ask? All communists have a list of targets for elimination.
Questioning what the communists are attempting to do labels you an enemy and gets you added. But regardless, let’s return to the interview.
Eventually, Sina described how she saw the FFF, saying: “In my view, it has a sort of cult character because you have to have that opinion. Otherwise you’ll be insulted out, if you will… They make demands without even thinking about solutions and thinking about the consequences of immediately exiting coal power.”
She also adds: “High taxes isn’t going to buy the CO2 out of the air.”
I have a few things to say about this.
First, she is absolutely right about the cult character. You cannot have a dissenting opinion or stray thought, or even question the desires and objectives of the cult. You have to have a like-mind and if you don’t, you’ll be insulted right out of it. You’ll be called a Nazi because that is just about the only insult they can come up with, not knowing anything about what it actually means for someone to be a Nazi. If you begin to even ask a valid question, such as “what’s with the fact that the ‘97% consensus’ thing isn’t real?” you won’t receive a valid answer, only insults and accusations. That’s because they do not have a valid answer, so they resort to insults, as the fool tends to do.
Second, she is also right about the fact that they do not think about the consequences of their desired actions. If we eliminated ALL coal and fossil fuel use right this moment, cities would go dark, vehicles would stop moving, farm equipment would stop functioning, supermarkets would quickly run out of food and in a matter of weeks, people would begin to scavenge the streets for food because no new food is being delivered to the now-dark supermarkets.
Basically, the entire country would turn into Venezuela in a matter of about a month. Of course, this is the result of magically eliminating all coal and fossil fuels. In order to even get to that point, you would have to “immediately” exit coal power, as Sina said, but that is not really possible. Even if you outlaw all sources of CO2 (that aren’t humans or animals), it’d be a bit difficult to enforce such a law. Sure, coal power plants would be forced to shut down, but vehicles would still be used. People would have to get electric vehicles but you run into a series of problems. First of all, electric vehicles cost money. And if they are the only legal vehicles out there, prices will immediately skyrocket for them, particularly as auto makers would lose money from not being able to sell gas-powered cars anymore.
For the consumer, that means forking over an extremely high amount of money to replace the car they currently have, and since there are far more people than electric cars out there, that would create a massive surplus. However, you eventually run into a brick wall in the form of manufacturing. No matter the kind of vehicle being made, manufacturers have to rely on fossil fuels to make new vehicles. This creates a massive problem for the vast majority of the country: the first few people lucky enough to be able to get a car will pay a lot, but without new manufacturing, there is a finite number of possible cars to be made. This brings up even more demand, which brings up the prices of the cars, and this is without even mentioning the fact that even electric cars need fossil fuels in order to be recharged.
There are plenty more disastrous consequences of “immediately” or even just altogether exiting fossil fuel usage that I am failing to mention here, but I believe the point has been made: you LITERALLY cannot outlaw fossil fuel usage without completely halting our entire country’s civilization. You would only be able to do this with a viable alternative source of energy, and there is nothing out there that can produce as much as fossil fuels can and to the same extent. Nuclear power is a close second, but even that cannot be used to power vehicles, as even the smallest of nuclear reactors in the world are too large for an average-sized vehicle.
But this is why Sina says that the cult does not think about the consequences of their desired actions. They just see the fake news garbage that “the world is literally on fire” and arrive to the extreme conclusion (with help from Marxists in schools and the media) that we must upend our entire economic system, immediately stop using fossil fuels and we will magically save the Earth from ourselves.
Even Dr. Seuss wrote more realistic narratives than what the climate cult is driving.
In any case, Sina finished the interview by advising people to just “do a little research.” She described how “dissent is absolutely not tolerated by the movement in any way,” as I explained earlier in the article, and that some school teachers “couldn’t understand” why she left the cult. She also explains that some of her radical classmates confronted her and continued to insult her, saying things to her like: “If you don’t take part, then it will be your fault that none of us will have a future and we’ll all die.” Her response to her was simply “do a little research,” but I would like to say something about that sort of attitude such classmates are giving her.
It is absolutely disgusting the effects the climate cult is having on children. They are being led to believe they will literally have no future and will die an early death due to climate change if people like Sina or me or other NORMAL, LOGICAL PEOPLE don’t submit to the insanity of the cult. They are scaring children half to death with this unscientific lunacy and it’s an absolute disgrace. We can see, in real time, Satan’s hand at work in the hearts and minds of these impressionable children who do not really know any better.
Sina, to her credit, has a good head on her shoulders and recognized the disgusting and erratic nature of the climate cult. As time goes on, I hope she continues learning the truth and eventually comes to the Truth of Jesus Christ, if she isn’t already there.
I pray that more and more children come to see the ugly face of the climate cult and see it for what it is.
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