Jules62 wrote:not for 10 year old kids thoughParamount wrote:boris wrote:That is not the point.. When I was a child I was encouraged actively by my parents to lend devote my mind and energies to more restful child like pursuits. Politics should be reserved for proper adults. The actress Emma what's a name is a trouble maker incidentallyYou hoping for a return of a Franco regime style baton charge?
I must admit those 10 year olds I witnessed on Marble Arch today. colouring pictures in do present a radical danger and a vile obstruction.
I take it that, clearly, your parents did not encourage you to study history, or join a debating society (something that is very good for the development of children and young adults).
I think we can all learn something from 15 year old Greta Thunberg, here speaking at a United Nations conference:
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Paramount wrote:We must act robustly now against these reprobates...how dare they try hold us to ransome! NO NO NO !!!!! Police have asked other forces for help and hopefully government will act effectively whatever it takes..to end this criminal farcical behaviour...
eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:" Jerry
One wonders what their real agenda might be?"
No "agenda", the reasons for their protests are exactly the ones they give. It might be interesting to hear what you infer their "real agenda" may be though.
Jan the old one wrote:Pointless rant over, sorry Jerry .
Quote:I don't have any figures on that, and I doubt you do, so it is impossible to determine "How selfish have they been contributing to this climate emergency", if indeed we accepted your point re birth control. We've seen how many people Extinction Rebellion have managed to bring together, how many do you think you could bring together if you were to demonstrate in favour of your birth control cause? The public could stop flying and driving tomorrow, by their own volition. You can't get people stop having children tomorrow without forcing them. Procreation is a natural instinct to all creatures, flying and driving isn't.
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