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Climate Change Propaganda Traumatizing Children October 19, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, It's all about the $$$, Revolution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, Society, unbelievable BS.
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I’d say convincing 7 or 8 year olds that the world is is such atrocious shape that sunsets and rivers are going to disappear comes very close to child abuse.  Apparently some Australian public schools have instituted climate change indoctrination starting in the 3rd grade, because to make a lifelong convert to a religion, it’s always best to get them young:

Adults aren’t falling for climate change hysteria, so warmy alarmists are now appealing to their base: pre-teen children.

Further to last week’s post, the Daily Telegraph now reports:

Doomsday climate change lessons are being taught to children as young as eight who are concluding that human activity threatens to destroy beautiful sunsets and ­waterways.

Six schools in the state’s north are trialling a “world first” curriculum that is expected to be adopted across the state, if successful.

The NSW Education Department-approved trial is being run by Southern Cross University’s Lismore campus and proposes to give students from Year 3 to Year 8 “political agency” and allow them to be “experts in their own lives”.

Running in tandem with the curriculum is a challenge project in which students form their own response to climate change and how they can personally prevent mass extinctions of animals, plants and their habitats.

Some children have concluded that humans have “succeeded in destroying much of the physical world”.

In virtually the entire West, the environment is actually in extremely good shape, far better than it was 40-50 years ago. I think that improvement has come at times at far too much cost, and that limits now being imposed on industry are not really about improving the environment, but as a punitive measure against disfavored industries.

But these kids are being terrorized into believing the world is literally going to end tomorrow, or a year from tomorrow, because of supposed climate change.  That’s rather like Christians terrifying children with stories of hell if they misbehave even slightly – something I’m certain the sexular pagans would find completely atrocious.  I guess it all depends on which religion one is proselytizing.  Environmental collapse is the fake hell equivalent of the sexular pagans, and they certainly have never had any compunction about terrorizing people with that.

For me, this seems tantamount to child abuse. I have known kids who developed severe anxiety, could not sleep, and had to be medicated (or mom and dad chose to allow them to be medicated) because of scaremongering of almost exactly this type.  To a Catholic, this is outrageous, but to a sexular pagan, these morality tales are so important in forming future behavior that the benefit (obeisance to the sexular pagan cult) is worth the trauma.

Just episode #4567 indicating we are facing not a political or social ideology, but a competing religion.

 

 

Comments

1. Brian E. Breslin - October 20, 2016

Tantum, I am glad you qualified the point about meds. The parents ALLOWING the drugs being given their kids. I long held that up to 40% of the boys in my practice were on Concerta, Adderall, or Ritalin.
Incredibly sad but parents were allowing the schools to determine how boys were to be boys, not nature.

2. Baseballmom - October 20, 2016

It IS psychological abuse. The worst kind of abuse.

3. Barbara Hvilivitzky - October 20, 2016

Yes, get the children. There were children in Nazi Germany that were taught and urged to turn in their parents. In the not too distant future children will be given a mechanism of reporting parental abuse of the environment. Imagine little John or Joan reporting to ‘teacher’ that Mum is pregnant again. A little visit might be in order to poor Mum. Does this sound crazy? Pull your children OUT of school and bring them home. I will have to pay for the sins of neglect of my children’s Catholic education when I die, don’t go down the same sad path.


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