by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
More than 70 percent of 1,000 children surveyed aged 7-12 are now afraid of climate change according to the results of a study.
Adolf Hitler knew exactly then what the Climate Change people know now, that if you want to take control, you first have to grab a generation of children and indoctrinate them. Hitler created his Hitler Youth in 1920, and by 1933 he had all ‘muscle’ he needed to take over. For the past 17 years, since the launch of ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, which is conveniently untruthful, a generation of children had been indoctrinated with the false idea that man-made climate change is destroying the world. Now those kids are being whipped up into a fever pitch, and soon will be sent out to do battle. Battle against whom, you ask? Against all those who will not bow to the god of the this world, that’s who. Christians mostly.
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“But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.” 2 Peter 3:10 (KJB)
Being hyper-focused on this planet we live on is a demonic idea, designed to get you to worship Gaia and Mother Nature instead of Jehovah God and His only begotten Son Jesus Christ. This world has been given over to the Devil, and that’s why you see people like the Roman pope bowing to idols, because they worship the god of this world. I reject sustainable development if it means I will be forced to consume insects, eat ‘meat’ from a test tube, or have digital identity inserted into my body.
Over 70 Per Cent of Children Aged 7-12 Now Afraid of Climate Change
FROM BREITBART NEWS: More than seven in ten children aged 7-12 are now worried about climate change, research conducted by a UK-based start-up has reportedly found. It comes amid reports from various experts that children and teenagers of various demographics are experiencing high rates of mental health difficulties, with one school councillor earlier this year saying that anxiety rates have hit an all-time high post-lockdown.
According to a report by Euronews, the survey — which polled 1,000 children born between 2010 and 2015 on their views regarding the environment — found that a total of 71 per cent of respondents were now worried about environmental changes, including the changing climate. 27 per cent of respondents in particular said that the impact changing global temperatures were having on animals is their greatest concern, while just under one in five were most concerned about plastic pollution.
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. A 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.