Misinformed Children Skip School to Protest for ‘Climate Change’ Agenda, States Physicians for Civil Defense


TUCSON, Ariz., March 18, 2019 — On March 15, an estimated 1.4 million schoolchildren in 123 countries skipped school to protest governments’ failure to drastically cut back on the use of carbon-based fuels. They believe they have no future because of imminent climatic disaster caused by human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2).

The figurehead leader of the Fridays for Future “strike” movement is Greta Thunberg, who reportedly started the movement at age 15. She was named by Time magazine as one of the most influential teens of 2018. Her appealing image is a lucrative money-maker for Swedish entrepreneur Ingmar Rentzhog, founder of We Don’t Have Time, who claims to have discovered her.

“It is not surprising that so many schoolchildren are terrified about their future,” states Physicians for Civil Defense president Jane Orient, M.D. “They are immersed in groupthink and apocalyptic environmentalist scenarios in school. Major news outlets censor opposing views about climate science.”

A helpful antidote might be the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness Climate Change IQ Test, she suggested.

“Children’s Crusades have long exploited passionate but uninformed young persons to promote a movement,” Dr. Orient noted.

“The policies the marchers are advocating would have a negligible if any effect on climate. But cutting off the fuels that power 80 percent of the world’s economy would cause abject poverty and mass death, especially in the world’s poorest nations.”

According to EIKE (Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie—European Institute for Climate and Energy), the projections of UN climate models have been consistently wrong, but the UN is using the climate-change apocalypse as a tool (Werkzeug) to bring about global economic transformation. “The goal is a socialist, global energy-rationing regime,” explained Dr. Orient.

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Contact: Jane M. Orient, M.D., (520) 323-3110, janeorientmd@gmail.com

SOURCE Physicians for Civil Defense

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