While Extinction Rebellion and others are busy protesting, blocking traffic, super-gluing themselves to roads and angering commuters in London, Washington, DC and elsewhere, here’s a bit of information they might not have seen:
An interesting statistic: that China now burns more coal than all other countries put together: 1907m tonnes vs 1864m tonnes. https://t.co/xHICHARpP0
— Matt Ridley (@mattwridley) October 21, 2019
Well look at that! All the climate change protesters are trying to block traffic in the wrong countries:
So why don’t the XR protestors take their sit-ins and disruption to Beijing where it is more relevant ? https://t.co/gEbnFgkKvM
— Bob Ballantyne (@SobakaBob) October 21, 2019
Do they have extinction rebellion in China?
— Harry Claireaux (@harryclax) October 21, 2019
They’d be extinct in days…
— Jim G (@JimG543) October 21, 2019
It’s strange how little these alarmists slam China, isn’t it? Or maybe not.
Time to sail to China, Greta! https://t.co/pNY0F0S2vn
— Tom Nelson (@tan123) October 21, 2019
#ClimateCrisis How come @GretaThunberg isn't immediately setting sail to China to tell them… https://t.co/iJVFUTkeu7 pic.twitter.com/XxZFwpzQ4M
— kevin (@knewenigma) October 21, 2019
Maybe Jane Fonda should head to China to get arrested after she’s finished in DC.
On which #ExtinctionRebellion is strangely silent. https://t.co/bYZrGfNiIM
— (((Richard Drake))) (@rdrake98) October 21, 2019
So when is the climate summit in China? https://t.co/QTzm5cSAHF
— Ata Dizdar (@ata_dizdar) October 21, 2019
Absolutely fascinating stat. I wonder why @XRebellionUK aren't protesting in Beijing? https://t.co/lanAhNr0Si
— HRH Nic Elliott QC OBE (@MrNicElliott) October 21, 2019
So we can expect Extinction Rebellion protesters to descend onto Beijing.
Because extinction and stuff. https://t.co/75z5ijSFWM
— Cody Penn-Dent (@codypd) October 21, 2019
I think the climate change lunatics should start protesting in China.
— D Weez (@zrs9504) October 21, 2019
They call us deniers as they deny the existence of this chart.
— Subzero (@Paul48210662) October 21, 2019
— Andrew McAfee (@amcafee) October 21, 2019
All this while Greta Thunberg and 15 others have filed complaints against the world’s major carbon polluters for violating their rights. China isn’t on the list.
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