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Indoctrination – Study Finds 70+ Percent of Children (7-12) Are Afraid Of Climate Change

The green movement has tried for over half a century to stop, or at least slow the further industrialization of the world.

In 2006, former Vice-President Al Gore released Inconvenient Truth, an American documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim about Gore’s campaign to educate people about global warming. The film featured a slide show that, by Gore’s own estimate, he has presented over 1,000 times to audiences worldwide.

The problem for climate alarmists who promoted Gore’s ideas, the man who was almost the President of The United States, has been really wrong on climate.

Regardless, these climate alarmists often employ deceptive practices to fool you into buying their narrative. Andy Singer took a clip from the film and breaks down the deceptive use of both images and language to paint a false picture.

More recently, the Great Reset has ramped up it’s “Climate Emergency” rhetoric, using Greta Thunberg, (born January 3, 2003, in Stockholm, Sweden), to scare the youth of the world.

Well, the indoctrination and scare tacts are working, causing anxiety in youth around the world.

A new survey reveals that more than two-thirds of children between the ages of seven and twelve are worried about climate change

The survey of 1,000 children by eco-grocery start-up Modern Milkman found that 71 percent of children born between 2010 and 2015 are increasingly concerned about environmental changes, including the changing climate.

More than a quarter (27 percent) of the 1000 respondents also cited the impact on animals as their most pressing concern, while one in five (19 percent) fear plastic pollution.

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The report is consistent with reports published by various experts that children and teenagers of various demographics are experiencing high rates of mental health difficulties, with one school counselor earlier this year saying that anxiety rates have hit an all-time high post-lockdown.

The survey is one of the latest examples of so-called eco-anxiety — extreme worry in relation to the changing climate or dangers to the environment — affecting children at a time when educational systems are focusing more and more on ongoing issues to do with emissions and potential catastrophic rise of sea levels.

For those on the political left, in particular, eco-anxiety appears to be a growing variable, with the European Union even running courses for its workers in the hopes of helping them to deal with the stress brought about by their climate beliefs.

study published earlier this year found that a significant number of children now also appear to be experiencing “a variety of emotions such as anger, sadness, guilt, and hopelessness that characterize eco-anxiety”, though noted that more research into the phenomenon’s impact on children in particular needed to be done”.

Such anxiety comes at a time when many young people are already experiencing major mental health difficulties for a wide variety of reasons, with some experts even suspecting that the on-and-off worldwide COVID lockdowns have had a seriously detrimental effect on the well-being of children.

“Kids have the highest level of anxiety I’ve ever seen: anxiety about basic safety and fear of what could happen,” one Colorado school counselor told a New York Times investigation earlier this year.

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Teenage girls in the UK are also in the midst of a mental health epidemic, with 54 percent of 16 and 17-year-olds being reported as experiencing “elevated psychological distress” over the last twelve months.

The CDC in the US is reporting that 44 percent of American teenagers are claiming they experiencing “persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness”.

Nearly one quarter meanwhile said that they had self-harmed within the past year, while 11 percent reported having attempted suicide.

One solution being advanced is based on religious practices found within Buddhism, so-called “mindfulness” meditation, which is now believed by a number of major organizations to be mentally helpful for some people, with the UK’s socialized healthcare service even dedicating an entire webpage to explaining the possible values the practice can have for those living in the modern world.

However, according to a report by The Guardian, another organization has found a use for the self-help system which has been lambasted as “McMindfulness” by some critics: the European Union.

Seemingly afraid of the effect solving climate change could have on the psyche of its mandarins, the publication reports that the transnational bloc is now making those working on its Green New Deal-style climate policy take so-called “Inner Green Deal” courses.


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