Skip to comments.Caption the indoctrination of public school children - "Milwaukee Climate Strike" (photos)
Posted on 10/13/2020 6:20:23 PM PDT by simpson96
"Hundreds of students from around Milwaukee gathered at Zeidler Union Square to rally in support of solutions to the climate crisis before marching to Wells Fargo and Chase Banks downtown. Students are demanding they stop financing the fossil fuel industry and reinvest those funds into renewable energy sources and sustainable infrastructure through equitable practices. Eleven people including MPS teachers Monica Pallo, Michele Hilbert, and Alex Brower and Rufus King alumni Lauryn Cross were all among those arrested for taking part in non-violent civil disobedience blocking an entrance. All eleven have since been released. Thank you all for fighting for a healthy sustainable planet!"
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These teachers should be in prison for brainwashing these children.
I see hundreds of covid mask violations and social distancing violations. And number of people gathered violations
By the libtards most filled up by Karens, female schoolteachers.
Is it wrong to say these images terrify me?
Climate change puts the Earth before humans and humans before God.
There are no accidents or coincidences in the Democratic agenda. Climate change. The pandemic. White privilege. Pushing the envelope further and further on making deviant behavior the norm.
They are not separate, independent things.
They are all intertwined to steal our children, destroy our freedoms and turn America into a fascist state.
How about we just ban your mommy’s and daddy’s cars, your school bus and require you to walk to school? Should also include your teacher’s car too.
There, that’ll save us.
Bitches need stiches. Saying for a friend.
That’s what we need! More fallacious leftist pseudo-science propaganda to be indoctrinated into our children’s young minds. Defund Public Schools, enable Real Education!
This is proof that if you dont believe in something, youll believe in anything.
I also believe that people instinctively feel the need to be a part of something larger than theirselves.
they all look so happy.
imagine teaching children it is bad that the climate changes!
Their world is burning and they are all bundled up like Nanook of the North.
If the earth is so hot why are the kids all wearing winter coats?
Where are all the masks they are supposed to be wearing? I mean wasn’t this the reason schools couldnt be opened? Look at them compressed like sardines in winter coats complaining about global warming.
This is from last December. Check the date.
The next day was a Friday and she was running late as usual. She came to me said, We gotta go, I have to go to school. I told her that I had been thinking about what she had said the previous evening and told her that I was going to work from home that day in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint. She said, But Dad, I have a Bio test today, we have to go. I told her that saving the planet was more important than her Bio test. She was livid, and called some friends to see if she could get a ride. No luck. She stayed home that Friday.
I suggested she spend the weekend doing some research on global warming and energy use and see if what her teacher seemed right. She did and spent two days writing a paper for her history teacher that debunked human caused global warming. It was not an assignment but she gave it to the teacher anyway. It came back with a note at the top that said, I'll have to think about this.
I seem to remember that she was able to take her Bio test on Monday, but the perspective and discernment she gained was more valuable than anything.
Why dont these supposedly educated people do some research? Science and all. They are all about emotion...
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And uphill both ways...
Your choices also sent a subtle message to your daughter’s insensitive teacher...
I didnt wear as much today, outside working an hour south of Edmonton.
And we had a wet snow.
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