Liberals Protesting 'Climate Change' Urge Women to Stop Having Children
Women activists are so concerned about 'ecological Armageddon'
A group of British women activists are so concerned about “ecological Armageddon” a result of 'climate change' they urging people to sign up to a pact pledging not to have children.
Blythe Pepino, who is the founder of BirthStrike, claimed she created the community group after she read the United Nations’ (UN) climate change body publications which left her feeling like the world had "no future."
“I do have a partner and would like to have children with him. We’re really in love, and it feels like the right thing to do,” Pepino said.
“But last year I read the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] and realized how wrong it would be to bring a child into a world on the brink of catastrophe. Now we are looking for [others] who feel the same way to join us.”
“It’s a very hard emotional message to decide not to have kids but I hope it might break through the fear and diffidence that surrounds this subject… we are talking about a major destructive event,” concluded Pepino.
BirthStike launched not long after U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez seemed to echo similar topics in her a question-and-answer session broadcast on Instagram, defending her widely flawed ‘Green New Deal.’
“It is basically a scientific consensus that the lives of our children are going to be very difficult, and it does lead young people to have a legitimate question: is it OK to still have children?” the Democrat representative wondered aloud.
Fellow eco-activist Alice Brown, who joined Pepino on the UK media circuit this week, voiced concerns of the earth's future and urged women to 'think twice' before having babies.
'We're too scared to have kids, because of climate change'— Victoria Derbyshire (@VictoriaLIVE) March 4, 2019
Blythe and Alice are members of BirthStrike, a group of people so fearful that the natural world is 'collapsing', they don't want childrenhttps://t.co/uRBdkFlcz0 #VictoriaLIVE pic.twitter.com/89aciY73gi
“I’m so depressed, and that has led to a fear that I’ve never felt before,” the 25-year-old admitted.
“Since my parents had me, we’ve destroyed 60 percent of life on this planet.
“There could be 10 percent of nature left when my child is growing up. That is incredibly dangerous. We’re already at the tipping point and I can’t see a safe world for children.”
According to Breitbart: During an appearance on ITV’s This Morning on Thursday, Pepino highlighted IPCC warnings of “disastrous global temperature rises… unless humanity cuts its greenhouse gas emissions” as central to her decision to choose ‘the planet over pregnancy’.
But the London-based, anti-patriarchy musician, who reportedly now campaigns full time, is also an advocate of open borders, having erected shelters for illegal immigrants in Calais and ‘worked closely’ with the UK NGO Help Refugees.
After performing the music in 2016’s John Lewis Christmas advert with her band, Vaults, Pepino expressed support for a campaign seeking the shutdown of migration-critical media, in an announcement that all proceeds from the single would be donated to Help Refugees.
Essentially seeking to dismantle UK border controls, with demands including a massive loosening of restrictions on the number and types of family members migrants are allowed to import, the aims of Help Refugees would appear to be completely at odds with BirthStrike.
Exposing the contradiction in the Birthstrike founder’s positions, the policies NGO Help Refugees advocates would vastly increase global CO2 output through transferring populations from unindustrialised, low-polluting parts of the world to rich nations where residents have a far higher carbon footprint.