NY Times runs op-ed citing children crying about global warming as proof that billions more US taxpayer dollars must be diverted to the UN.
6/24/12, "Monckton from the Conference in Rio: scaring children with climate propaganda is child abuse, and parents should not tolerate it." Climate Lessons
"The YouTube video below [link] contains a report by Monckton from the UN conference which took place this month in Rio....His report contains many useful insights into what took place in Rio. But of most interest for this blog, is when he notes in particular how the young have been exploited to take part in the conference, and addresses the question of children being deliberately scared about climate by teachers in public schools in the States, and how they may also be being taught to regard humanity, and therefore themselves, with loathing.
The report is part of an interview conducted by Alex Jones, who himself refers to youmg children (in 1st grade, and in kindergarten) in Austin, Texas, being reduced to tears by their teachers around climate and human impact on it.
Monckton urges parents to gather the best evidence they can find on what is actually being taught in their childrens' schools, and to consider, if no reforms are made, taking legal action against any teachers who seem guilty of propagandising children in and around climate. He notes this is illegal in Britain, and expects that it may well be in the USA as well.
His advice to parents who suspect their children are being abused by extremist teachers, is to try to get hard evidence on what is actually being taught. As Monckton notes, 'little children are being taught by left-wing extremists that humans are a poison on the planet and should be wiped out'. ...Monckton notes that help with investigations into what is being taught in schools may be found in homeschooling organisations.
If parents find hard evidence of mental abuse of their children, and get no progress from the head teacher, then they should go to the police. He maintains that even if only one or two abusive teachers get imprisoned, then the rest will 'run for cover' and stop their propagandising.
There is certainly a lot of climate material out there for children which is scary, and which denigrates humanity. There are certainly 'activist teachers', and many who would encourage and facilitate such activism on climate. There are certainly many reports of fear and anxiety amongst the young. It would be a salutory thing if someone somewhere could bring all this together and achieve a successful prosecution on a charge of child-abuse. That would surely help clean up climate curricula and help protect future generations from deliberate scaremongering aimed at producing 'little activists'. It may even help reduce the damage that has been done
- to those children who have already been harmed." via Tom Nelson
NY Times Op-ed:
6/22/12, "We Have Met the Solution and It Is Us," NY Times Op-ed, By Frances Beinecke and Trip Van Noppen
"We heard it from the young people who spoke at Rio+20 — sometimes through tears and with cracking voices — about the fears they have for the world we’re leaving for them."