Brainwashed Kids for Climate Alarmism + Torture vs Love? (Tue 9/24/19)
Brainwashed Conceited School Girls
Clip 11a: (ALX on Twitter) “You have stolen my dreams, my childhood...”
Clip 12: (ALX on Twitter) “We might actually die in a few years.” Father: Race!
Clip 13: (ALX on Twitter) “You will die of old age. We will die of climate change!
College Idiots Agree with Cortez
(Drudge) VIDEO: College students think world will end in 12 years… The College Fix interviewed students at a climate strike at St. Olaf College in Minnesota where roughly 1,000 students vacated class. Students across the globe walked out of class on September 20 as part of a “climate strike” aimed at pursuing “environmental justice.” They agree with Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that there’s only 12 years left before the planet becomes uninhabitable.
Grega Thunberg at UN Climate Action Summit
Teen Greta Warns UN… 'You have stolen my dreams'... At the United Nations (United States) (AFP via Yahoo News) - A visibly angry Greta Thunberg berated world leaders as she addressed a UN climate summit on Monday, accusing them of betraying her generation by failing to tackle greenhouse gas emissions and asking "How dare you?" The Swedish teen, who has become the global face of the growing youth movement against climate inaction, began by telling her audience: "My message is that we'll be watching you," eliciting laughter. But it was soon clear that the tone of the message would be very serious. "This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back at school on the other side of the ocean," the 16-year-old, who is taking a year off from her studies, said.
"You come to us young people for hope. How dare you?" she thundered. "You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words, yet I'm one of the lucky ones. People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is the money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you!" She added that in her talks with leaders, she had been told that the youth were being heard and the urgency was understood. "But no matter how sad and angry I am, I do not want to believe that, because if you really understood the situation and still kept on failing to act, then you would be evil, and that I refuse to believe."
Sing for Change Obama (h/t 2016: Obama’s America)
Reminds me of this, from Aug 2008, which I first saw on Dinesh D’Sousa’s 2016: Obama’s America
Clip 14A: (KathySawada on YouTube) Sing for Change Obama - We’re Gonna Change the World
B: “Sing for Change” - “For our children, for our families, Nations all joined as one. ... Courage, justice, hope!”
C: “Yes We Can, can, can”
D: “We’re Gonna Change the World” … Please Vote!
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Chris from Arizona applauds James for his comments on Alyssa Milano. Chris really thinks it took guts for James to stand up for a baby even if it was made out of rape. She also urges men to not allow it to happen anymore. James touches on the notion that you’re not allowed to comment on abortion because he isn’t a woman. Chris recalls a story of a black couple that jokingly called her racist to tease her but for a moment it scared her. She gets into a story about the time she interviewed a kid who showed up with his mom. It devolved into the mother claiming racism as she was walking out.
The Ogre from Michigan used to call before James call line got so busy. He calls in to make the distinction that psychology has its merits while ??? has none. In the caller’s opinion, all these “ISMS” are around just to push the world toward Marxism.
Ralph from Pennsylvania has a problem with Jesse’s comments on torturing enemies. James tells him torture is love. You can love your enemy and just because you love doesn’t mean you can’t torture. James urges people to not fall for the liberal narrative to denounce torture. The caller pivots and says torture would only get false answers anyways and James doesn’t let him move away from his original point too far. Ralph thinks James will rethink his position one day but James tells him there’s a time for everything. There is a time to kill.
Pete from Houston, TX thinks James went post-modernist with his comments about torture being love. Pete wants an example of torturing someone out of love and James says simply stopping a terrorist from hurting people would be an example. They discuss the claim that torture is ineffective. James may not know some stuff but he knows not to trust liberals when they say you should love instead of torture.
Bible-go-to-guy from Los Angeles, CA touches on the innocence of kids and the reason they are used to push agendas. He touches on torture and reminds the audience that it is a tool. Torture is not used against enemy combatants (uniformed soldiers) it’s an effective tool against the worst of the worst.
James from Nebraska has the wind taken from him by the previous caller, the BGTG himself. He brings up NASA and the information they put out admitting the ice caps are getting bigger. He wants to smash another myth; the rainforest burns every business as usual.
Charles from Missouri says Trump needs to get use out of the central banks!
Making Victims of Criminals
(Drudge) 1 in 7 adults in New Orleans has warrant out for arrest… (THEY BLACK!) (Wash. Post via Stamford Advocate) Most of one crowd are black. More than half missed a court date for a minor crime, triggering an arrest warrant. Some liberal woman complains, "We're only hurting these people." There are more than 56,000 outstanding warrants in New Orleans's Municipal Court, dating to 2002. A staggering 1 of 7 adults in the country's 50th-largest city have a warrant out for their arrest. Typically, the crime is failing to appear for scheduled court dates for minor, nonviolent offenses that do not carry a jail sentence, including panhandling and fishing without a license. (Two notable exceptions are battery and domestic abuse, which account for roughly 6 percent of all the warrants.)
Now, a coalition of elected officials, local civil rights organizations such as Stand With Dignity and the public defender's office is proposing wiping out nearly all 56,000 warrants, in addition to any debt accumulated from fines and fees. If successful, New Orleans would be at the forefront of a growing movement to curb the use of warrants and the threat of arrest when the underlying charge might be little more than public intoxication. Only two cities - Ferguson, Missouri, and San Francisco - and the state of New Jersey have attempted anything similar. "We need to consider all the damage this has caused and the psychological trauma it continues to impose on the minds and hearts and confidences of 14 percent of our population," said City Council member Jason Williams. "This is New Orleans's working poor. This is the hospitality community, musicians.”
Williams will introduce a resolution at the council's meeting Wednesday calling for the dismissal of all warrants and charges associated with crimes of poverty and homelessness, such as obstruction of a public passageway and trespassing. These account for more than 40 percent of warrants. San Francisco's criminal courts implemented a similar strategy in 2016, and in July, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore announced interest in it.