Who Created ‘Climate Depression?’.


Make a problem, then whine about it?

That’s the thought that struck me when I saw this headline in Guardian last week…

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Climate depression is real. And it is spreading fast among our youth

If you are anything like me, you think of the climate emergency a lot. Possibly every waking hour. Perhaps… 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/nov/04/climate-depression-youth-crisis-world-leaders 

On the other hand, if you are anything like me, you scarcely give it a thought…

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…except to wonder why the BBC gets away with its mind-numbingly boring and biased coverage of the CR-P26 rubbish in Glasgow!

Perhaps the self-styled ‘climate activist…’

….who wrote the ‘opinion piece’ should ask himself why so many tiny children, as ‘interviewed’ on UK Pravda…

…aka ‘BBC World News’ on Friday, were babbling about scientific stuff they don’t know anything about and are far too young to understand.

Same goes for the teenagers, as ignorant as The Coarse Piglet…

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The Addled Swede Brat

Greta Thunberg joins Glasgow crowd to sing ‘You can shove your climate crisis up your arse

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…..aka The Addled Swede Brat, hundreds, thousands of moaning minnies of both sexes..

( NOT ‘genders,’ please!)

….whose previous whine was that they were missing valuable school time, but who now turn truant to yammer through the streets?

Now read this!

It’s from an ad I got via email on Saturday, about a new book!

The government are planning to force us to spend equivalent to the cost of a world war to stop emitting just 1% of global CO2. 

We must now pull back…. 

 There is no correlation between CO2 density and rise in temperature.
• The Sun governs heat. It is cooler than 23 years ago. There is no warming.
• Doubling atmospheric CO2 will have no effect on global warming..

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Climate, all is well, all will be well eBook : Nieboer, Jeremy: Amazon.co.uk: Books

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I don’t know if that’s so, but if one doesn’t know, best to go into learning mode, reading more than the cr-p in The Guardian.

To read more about the book click here