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Give thanks for fracking? That’s heresy to a whole generation that has been taught to believe in the religion of environmentalism.
But that’s exactly what Heartland Institute did leading up to the Thanksgiving season.
Many young people are actually scared stiff that the Earth is going to be destroyed by something called “climate change” before 2030. I suppose nobody should be too surprised when students are raised on a diet of false science in schools where critical thinking is verboten.
The typical college student is less likely to break out of a herd than cows and sheep. Even kids in nursery school ask “Why?” and “How?” and “When?” But by the time they get to college, they ask no questions. They simply react like Pavlov’s dogs to terms like “existential threat,” “constitutional crisis,” and anything that sounds the least bit politically incorrect.
On November19, 2019, Jim Lakely, Director of Communications of The Heartland Institute, announced the Heartland Institute was going to celebrate Thanksgiving by giving thanks to climate alarmists that have been wrong.
Wrote Lakely, “The Heartland Institute is celebrating Thanksgiving this year with a video series that lets Americans know that our climate is not in crisis, and we should be thankful for the positive aspects of a climate that has warmed over the last century and a half – with the first video celebrating a ‘global greening’ that is due, in part, to more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.”
In so doing, the Heartland Institute’s released 10 short, shareable videos for Thanksgiving highlighting 10 facts climate alarmists don’t want us to be thankful for. These videos were released one a day from Tuesday, November 19, 2019 up and including Thanksgiving Day. They debunked some of the most popular “alarmist” memes about the climate pushed by radical environmentalists over the decades.
- Global Greening #10
- Global Life expectancy #9
- Americans Reject the Green New Deal #8
- Exiting the Paris Climate Accords #7
- Life without Transportation #6
The Heartland Institute is a 35-year-old national nonprofit organization headquartered in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Its mission is to discover, develop, and promote free-market solutions to social and economic problems.To learn more about the climate, head to: http://climatechangereconsidered.org/