Velociraptor Speaks To U.N. About Climate Change

Velociraptor Speaks To U.N. About Climate Change

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[Music] [Music] listen up people i know a thing or two about extinction and let me tell you and you'd kind of think this would be obvious going extinct is a bad thing and driving yourselves extinct in 70 million years that's the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard at least we had an asteroid what's your excuse you're headed for a
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climate disaster and yet every year governments spend hundreds of billions of public funds on fossil fuel subsidies imagine if we had spent hundreds of billions per year subsidizing giant meteors that's what you're doing right now think of all the other things you can do with that money around the world people are living in poverty don't you think helping them would make more sense than i don't know paying for the demise of your entire species don't choose extinction
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save your species before it's too late it's time for you humans to stop making excuses and start making changes thank you [Applause] [Music] there's not equal blame and there's not both sides on anything close to this issue which actually both side stuff has hurt us in getting anything done there is one side that has listened to science and one side that hasn't this issue of climate change which i which in my view
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is the greatest global threat and we're about to we're about to have more deaths in a year in the globe because of climate change than all of world all of the world wars in the last 100 years combined but fundamentally the problem is republicans don't believe in the common good that's affected their covet response that affects their response to the guns that affects the response to everything they don't believe in the common good and they discount science we are fast approaching unless we fundamentally do
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something in the next 12 to 24 months an irreversible problem that we're going to be facing this week every single week and it's going to include droughts it's going to include deaths and until we elect people that believe in science and believe in the common good we're never going to do anything about this until we do that will other governments get weak need about going green at a time when they're facing brewings or political crises at home over really skyrocketing prices of non-renewable fuel sources
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we certainly hope not i mean i think what cop 26 is about is to continue the con the conversation uh on the international stage at the leader level our need to work together to address the climate crisis uh one of the greatest national security crises the presidencies a number of other world leaders agree on that front certainly we all want to keep gasoline prices low but the threat of the crisis the climate crisis certainly can't wait any longer you

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