#brainwashing

Child abuse in UK

How demented are these parents to brainwash their kids so shamelessly? Kids as young as 3yo went with their parents to read off their demands to Norwich Councilors. One mother read on behalf of her child the things that will save the planet:

1: don’t eat meat

2: don’t fly on planes

3: don’t cut down trees

4: really rich share their money

5: use more renewable energy

6: reuse and upcycle.

There is no other word for it – child abuse. Do these climate alarmists honestly believe these kids came up with this activism on their own? Did they just happen to read a copy of UNIPCC climate bible instead of Spot, the magical dog? It’s one thing to force feed green vegetables but a whole other thing to force feed green propaganda.

To steal the innocence away from kids and fill their heads with this climate extinction rubbish is utter madness.

Who doesn’t have a memory as a young kid about imaginary monsters under the bed? Naturally our parents assured us they didn’t exist. The parents in the video within the link are advocating sticking imaginary fiction inside their heads, denying their right to innocence.

Maybe the University or Mons can hand out some more honorary doctorates to these kids like all those participation trophies which seem the norm nowadays.

Does apathy come before extinction?

NSW Greens politician Cate Faehrmann wrote of her disappointment at the low numbers attending the school climate strike today. CM wonders whether apathy is the penultimate stage to extinction?

CM finds it hard to reconcile how Faehrmann has only just started to realize there is a need to “develop new strategies.

She wrote,

Not a massive crowd at today’s Strike 4 Climate in Sydney and I’m sure our opponents will use that against us. However, it’s not surprising so close to a demoralising election result for us climate activists. It doesn’t mean we stop protesting. We have to keep going.

For now though, we take stock, recover and then get back to work on building support for urgent action to address the climate emergency upon us. That means absolutely continuing to campaign like we know how, because the hundreds of thousands of you who have been working for climate action have been bloody effective in raising the issue to the top of the national agenda. However, we also have to develop new strategies to reach new audiences to win. We need to build new alliances and develop a greater understanding of people’s motivations and values. We need to be prepared to work with everyone over the next few years because as long as we continue to frame this as a ‘fight’ on climate change against the conservatives, winning for the ‘right’ is stopping genuine action.

It’s going to be the toughest thing we’ve ever done but we have to broaden support beyond those who voted for climate action last weekend. Do you think it’s possible? How? I’d really love your thoughts on this.

Here’s a suggestion – try debating in open forums with facts not feelings. No hysteria. It will really help. Belittling skeptics by screaming through megaphones and brainwashing children aren’t activities that win over the majority of the public you wish to sway.

Scab?

Here is an article written by a Year 12 student, Joanne Tran, who didn’t want to be a truant and strike for climate change. She makes valid points.

In the old days workers who didn’t join the picket lines were called ‘scabs’. Good on her for standing up against the herd. No doubt the activists will scream an adult helped write that piece. Even if that turned out to be so, doesn’t that perfectly describe the argument of why kids shouldn’t be used as political pawns to promote one’s agenda? Unless it’s one’s own.

Why stop at kids just protesting climate change?

It’s election time. NSW opposition leader Michael Daley said he supports the climate strike by school kids as a democratic right. Given the kids are being brainwashed with only one side of the debate, perhaps the teachers might show them these two front covers from Time and debate why the scientists were wrong and could they be making the very same mistakes again?

Yet why stop at letting kids take a day off school to protest climate change? Why not strike over the rebuild of the Allianz Stadium? Perhaps demonstrate over the West Connex motorway? How about screaming inside Woolworths over milk prices paid to farmers? Why not protest The price of electricity? Anemic wage growth? Housing prices? Negative gearing? Offshore detention? Immigration?

Using kids as political pawns is disgraceful on every level. Parents and teachers who back this type of activism need to be schooled themselves in common sense. So weak must the arguments be to have to let kids do the bidding for them.

Perhaps teachers should look in the mirror and come up with answers to the sustained slump in our global PISA rankings for English, maths and science first before organizing excursions to support ideologies that don’t have any relation to the curriculum.

The reality is when kids from other nations blitz them in the real world in later life, those participation trophies will do little to assuage their anxiety much less make their lives happier in a climate that won’t have turned out anyway like they were force fed.

Child abuse

It has to be a blue moon for CM to back anything to do with Dianne Feinstein but when confronted with brainwashed kids as young as 7 parroting the words drummed into their heads by teachers and parents on climate change it borders on child abuse. Feinstein was right

Yet several of CM’s liberal leaning friends support the use of kids for political gain. The idea that politicians will screw them over so might as well start them early in growing skepticism. There might be an element of truth but instead of trying to teach their kids the merits of weighing both sides of an argument critically, it’s easier to force an ideology and make them fear the outcome if it doesn’t swing to their way of being indoctrinated. That’s abuse.

Say if the 7yo child that met Feinstein read a NY Times headline on the breakfast table which pushed a “climate doom” narrative despite being exceptionally misleading with the connection to global warming. There is no way the kid can discern between truth and fiction. It is obtuse to think otherwise. At 7, CM’s life was more about Matchbox cars and Meccano. Talk about putting unnecessary mental strain on one’s own child. One young girl told Feinstein that they only had 12 years to do something, words she probably heard from AOC. Do her parents believe we only have that amount of time left? How irresponsible to give birth to her if she has such limited time to enjoy herself.

Not to worry. The Australian Psychological Society (APS) is now advocating their services to help people cope with climate change. Since when did shrinks see it as their role to enforce climate activism? Read the bumpf on the above link. It is insane (no pun intended). Does the APS have 100% support from its members or does the organizational politburo feel it is well within its governance boundaries to push such preposterous notions on behalf of all psychologists? Surely they need their own heads read.

Yet more radical leftist ideology at our publicly funded schools

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Given it is the Marxist state of Victoria we should not be surprised, yet the government funded University of Melbourne allows an artistic performance that requires “paying” white customers access on the basis of signing acknowledgement of white privilege. The Australian columnist, Janet Albrechtsen writes,

On Saturday afternoon, about 30 people waited to enter a theatre in the centre of a big, cosmopolitan city for a matinee session of a modern dance performance. A voice in the lobby invited people of colour, brown people, indigenous people and members of the Asian dias­pora to enter the theatre. The white people were forced to stay behind, denied entry on the basis of their skin colour. The same people were then harangued for their skin colour by four young women aiming a volley of accusations at them about their white privilege….After this, the people with white skin were invited into the theatre, but only if they first signed something acknowledging agreement with a particular set of views…

…Race-based identity politics in the 21st century is toxic because it is untethered from the fine aims of the civil rights movement of the 20th century. Back then, activists fought for equal rights for people regardless of colour, creed or sexuality. Today we have returned to a dark place of defining people according to inherited characteristics such as skin colour. Isn’t that what racists do?”

Somehow the radical left believes that in today’s world of inclusivity and diversity that they push so hard for allows for a caveat emptor with respect to blatant exclusion, identity based and resent ridden ideologies. The types of teachings where students are marked down for not using appropriate gender neutral language (compelled language) rather than the quality of the content and reasoned argument (which no doubt must gel with the radical leftist professors).

The Holy Trinity of diversity (not of thought, but sexual orientation, gender or ethnicity), equity (not of opportunity but outcome) and inclusion (quotas not based on ability) will somehow level the playing field by their activism. We as taxpayers are underwriting this Marxist rubbish. We need not remind ourselves of the success of such application of said ideologies in Soviet Russia, China, North Korea, Vietnam, Venezuela or Cambodia.

The $600mn+ taxpayer funded University of Melbourne’s motto is Postera Cescam Laude, which is Latin for “We shall grow in the esteem of future generations.” It is not clear whether the founders of the UoM had Marxist theories at the forefront of their minds in 1853. Growing the esteem of future generations was not to come by cutting down those whose passions as individuals cause them to strive for greatness. Yet the radical leftists believe esteem comes not from effort but from allocation.