The debate "Those who believe in man-made Climate Change should sacrifice themselves for humanity" was started by
November 5, 2019, 6:44 pm.
16 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 35 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Grant65 posted 3 arguments to the agreers part.
Allirix posted 2 arguments, Nemiroff posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Grant65, logan5689, NoctaRavage, carson and 12 visitors agree.
helpforr, Allirix, historybuff, meek, diecinueve, JDAWG9693, Nemiroff, Rayyan989, chelrasonjohn and 26 visitors disagree.
so your claims about aoc? do you withdraw?
this crazy lady wasnt saying more abortions, she was saying we should bomb russia and eat children!
i love the audience reactions to her. she is insane.
Here's the plant. If this guy genuinely believes this is what AOC represents I'd be interested to know where he gets his information from.
i did a search and found nothing of the sort. not from aoc, not from a crowd. nothing.
I think he's referencing one of the plants in a crowd of hers. A woman was screaming that nonsense and AOC didn't flat out reject every point, only a few. I think one of the things she said was to abort children to solve climate change.
It's rather strange to then say that aoc said this. But I guess everything is possible.
really? where? can you quote her?
She said women should have more abortions to protect the environment.
did she say they should die? or did she say we should adapt with newer technology?
AOC did say we have to people.
Yeah this topic doesn't even make sense. The issue is not that we have too many people. The issue is that the way we generate resources and the way we choose to live is incredibly destructive. Even if half the population suddenly disappeared, the remaining half would still be doing catastrophic damage.
The solution is to fix the underlying problem. Doing things like getting rid of coal power plants and investing in renewable energy will do far more than killing people off.
Recognising a problem doesn't mean you have a duty to solve it at great sacrifice to yourself
Just because you recognise that our collective impact on the planet changes the climate doesn't mean you care enough to do anything about it. Especially when an individual has a very minor effect and would never solve the problem alone
If you disagree, please say why.