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Are kids starting to see through the climate cult?

17 January 2024

2:30 AM

17 January 2024

2:30 AM

Should it really be any surprise that not all teenagers are on the same page as Greta Thunberg? According to a poll by Survation, 31 per cent of Britons between the ages of 13 and 17 agree with the statement ‘climate change and its effects are being purposefully overexaggerated.’

It does rather restore faith in the current generation of teenagers to realise that a third of them can see through this guff

I am not entirely sure what is meant by the now commonplace concept of ‘overexaggeration’ – which presumably means something beyond the optimum level of exaggeration – but never mind....

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