Outspoken climate activist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke with world leaders on the issue of global warming Friday; saying her dreams of “motherhood” are now “bittersweet” because of our “children’s future.”
“I speak to you as a human being. A woman whose dreams of motherhood now tastes bittersweet because of what I know about our children’s future. Our actions are responsible for bringing their most dire possibilities in to focus,” said Ocasio-Cortez.
“I speak to you as a daughter and descendent of colonized peoples who have already begun to suffer,” she added.
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Countless climate activists descended on the streets of London Thursday; erecting tents, creating traffic gridlock, and performing “interpretive yoga” to highlight the dangers posed by global warming.
Extinction Rebellion – Day 3 pic.twitter.com/RxRNukO8IB
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“Climate change activists persist with their protests in London as they demand that the UK government shorten the window to reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” reports Reuters.
Climate change activists persist with their protests in London as they demand that the UK government shorten the window to reduce greenhouse gas emissions pic.twitter.com/9CixttHhhu
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Climate change protesters clash with police in London as they demand more action to protect the environment pic.twitter.com/W5oEiQXEvF
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Similar demonstrations shut-down Washington, DC and New York City earlier this month.
CLIMATE CRAZY! AOC Questions if Miami Will ‘Exist in 50 Years,’ Asks ‘What Are We Gonna Do?’
Controversial Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubled-down on her ‘Green New Deal’ this week; bizarrely questioning whether the city of Miami “will exist in 50 years” and asking “what are going to do about this?”
“I don’t think we’re discussing climate change the way we need to be discussing climate change. It is such a huge, broad, system issue. You can’t just say, ‘Is Miami going to exist in 50 years?’ We need to say, ‘What are you going to do about this?’” pondered Ocasio-Cortez.
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Ocasio-Cortez similarly confused millions of users on social media Tuesday; calling the Electoral College a “racist scam” while searching for American voters in the desert.
— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) August 20, 2019
“Alright everyone, it’s been a minute, we’re coming to you live from the Electoral College… Many votes here as you can see. A very efficient way to choose leadership of the country. I can’t think of any other way, can you?” quipped Ocasio-Cortez on social media.
— The Hill (@thehill) August 20, 2019
“Due to severe racial disparities in certain states, the Electoral College effectively weighs white voters over voters of color, as apposed to a ‘one person, one vote’ system where all our votes are counted equally,” she states.
“Could you image if we had this kind democracy-altering ‘fairness’ provision for literally any other group?” she asks. “If we weighed, for example, black and indigenous voters more because of unfairness?”
CLIMATE CRAZY: Bernie Compares Fight Against Climate Change with Attack that Killed 2,403 Americans
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders continued to wage his personal war against climate change this week; comparing the country’s struggle to stop global warming with the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
“In some ways…I’m reminded today in terms of the crisis that we face in climate change about where the United States was in 1941 when it was attacked at Pearl Harbor, and what happened at that point, having to fight a war on two fronts in the East and in Europe, the United States came together and within three years it had created the type of armaments program that was necessary to, in fact, win the war,” Sanders said in a conference call with reporters.
“So I don’t think the issue here isn’t that we can’t address this problem, i think we can, I think we know exactly what has to be done, and that is massive investment in sustainable energy, massive investments in energy efficiency, transform our transportation system, we know what has to be done, but the problem is the lack of political will,” he said.
“We know that the scientific consensus is here, the solutions are right in front of us but…this is not just a scientific crisis, not just an environmental crisis, a climate crisis but this is a political crisis of inaction, and it’s going to take political will, political courage in order for us to treat us this issue with the urgency that the next generation needs in order for us to preserve our way of life and preserve our planet as much as we possibly can,” added Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The two politicians released new legislation Tuesday that would officially designate climate change “national emergency.”
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