Climate is a tricky one for politiicans, show your faces at protests, tell the young people you fully support their campaignFollowing on from moves in the UK to set up a centre right Climate Party, would this get traction in Ireland? It's clear that the Green Party's image attracts too much scorn to be a real force in Irish politics. It's also clear that we are already partially fucked for the future, and if we don't want to be reduced to complete breakdown, we'd better make climate effectively the only item on the agenda, similar to a war situation.
So far this year, we're seeing:
Unprecedented flooding in Australia
Wildfires across Europe, including in the UK
Europe hit by its third heatwave of the summer.
Downtown Seoul flooded, with people dying in basement apartments.
37 people dead in Kentucky's worst ever flooding
That's just a snapshot. You continue to vote for FF, FG or SF and we will all reap what you sow. If you want to predict what a party will do, look at what they've done in the past. Those fuckers have done fuck all about the problem, apart from a bit of window dressing.
Tldr: you stupid shower of cunts.
+ Object to wind turbines and solar farms and mention "China " and "India" at every turn.Climate is a tricky one for politiicans, show your faces at protests, tell the young people you fully support their campaign
to tackle climate change, but then protest against carbon tax,
Mark my words.Sunday indo had a poll which showed peoples main concerns are Cost of living, housing, health, followed by climate,
other issues were miles behind in the minds of people, The question of unity was on 2%