• @wildginger
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    36 months ago

    Protests are likely older than your last name, and have worked about as long.

    You can tell kinda in the same way you can tell unions work. The people theyre meant to be used against get reeeeeaal agitated when they start happening.

      • @wildginger
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        36 months ago

        What part of climate change do you not take seriously?

          • @wildginger
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            46 months ago

            You called it a tantrum. Which means you think that someone can overreact to the problem.

            If someone can overreact to climate change, that means you think theres something not that serious about the problem.

            If you were serious about climate change, you would understand that making a few people mad doesnt matter as much as getting as many people as possible talking about it as possible, because of how pressing and serious of a threat it is.

            But you think doing anything that risks making others mad is too far, a tantrum. Which means you dont think its that pressing, because if you did you would be more concerned about stopping it.

            So. What is it that you dont actually take seriously?

            • @[email protected]
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              -106 months ago

              I call it a tantrum because that’s what it is, its not a protest or anything to be just and only disruptive. Its literally just one step away from murdering people for your course, aka terrorism. This Shitshow has to be stopped or actual climate change protests loose all credibility by being associated with this shit.

              And its not just a few, take the idiots that glue themselves to roads in Germany, there have been studies that literally say that they make most people just mad and hate them. Like so mad that police could literally beat them into hospital and most normal people would be happy about that.