Climate warning
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Joe Biden

Climate warning

Hypocrisy of the United States Through Raging Wars Cannot Continue Burning Our Planet




Your pronouncements ring hollow, echoing amidst the smoke and devastation of countless bombs falling across the Middle East. You speak of leading the fight against climate change, yet your boots churn the parched earth, leaving a trail of carbon heavier than your promises. While you lecture the world on sustainability, your war machine roars, spewing emissions with every turn of its insatiable gears.

The hypocrisy burns like napalm, scorching the very credibility of your environmental claims. Can you truly fight a raging inferno with a flamethrower in hand? Each bomb dropped, each missile launched, is a defiant middle finger to the future you claim to champion. Every ton of carbon your military belches into the atmosphere mocks the desperate pleas of a planet on the brink.

Let's be clear: you cannot be the hero and the villain in this story. You cannot claim to lead the charge against climate change while emitting more carbon than about 20 small countries combined. Your military alone, a monstrous engine of fossil fuel and destruction, accounts for roughly 5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Every airstrike, every drone attack, is a deliberate assault on the fragile equilibrium of our planet.

Is this the legacy you wish to leave? A world choked by your smog, scarred by your bombs, haunted by the ghosts of conflicts fueled by your insatiable thirst for dominance? Is this the future you offer to your children, to the children of the world – a future where the ground crumbles beneath their feet and the skies weep acid rain?

We, the citizens of this world, demand better. We demand leaders who act, not merely posture. We demand leaders who understand that the enemy isn't across some distant border, but in the very engine of their own war machine. We demand leaders who choose dialogue over devastation, diplomacy over drones, renewable energy over firepower.

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Are we going to collectively ignore the effects on people and the planet of continuous bombardments of areas around the world mainly by one entity?
It is estimated that the United States and allies have detonated 46 bombs per day for 20 years in the Middle East. Is this acceptable? Is this ethical? Is this good for the planet? Time to stop with the hypocrisy and face consequences caused by their actions while paying penitent for past mistakes.

The time for empty rhetoric is over. The time for action is now. Turn your factories towards green solutions, not bombs. Redirect your soldiers from battlefields to renewable energy frontiers. Invest in climate diplomacy, not military might. Choose the path of cooperation, not conflict, the path of sustainability, not slaughter.

This is not a partisan plea, but a desperate cry from a planet gasping for breath. This is not an attack on your nation, but a call to its better angels. This is not about politics, but about the very future of humanity.

Turn back from the precipice, America. Choose a different path, a path that leads not to the ashes of war, but to the greening of our world. Your choice will echo through the halls of history, a testament to your commitment, or a monument to your hypocrisy. Choose wisely, for the Earth watches, and the children wait.

It's time to extinguish the flames of war and illuminate the path to a sustainable future. The choice is yours, America. Will you be the arsonist or the firefighter? The answer will be written in the smoke of your bombs, or the clean air of a renewed world.

The clock is ticking. Choose wisely. Choose life. Choose peace. Choose Earth.


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  • George Kariuki

    12 w

    By fostering dialogue, encouraging critical thinking, and advocating for positive change, we can collectively work towards a more sustainable future for all.

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    • Rashid Kamau

      12 w

      Disappointing! Safeguarding our mother nature should be given the first priority.

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      • Esther Wanjiku

        12 w

        These unending wars in the middle east have created a very devastated environment for masses to thrive in and the US needs to be called out for facilitating high level environmental destruction.

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        • Munene Mugambi

          12 w

          @esther_wanjiku_785 the wars really destroy the ecosystem and people's lives. They have to stop

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        • Kevin

          12 w

          This is high level of impunity. The US needs calling out

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          • Joseph Githinji

            12 w

            @Kevin true, this actions must be highly condemned.

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            • Munene Mugambi

              12 w

              @Kevin will they respond accordingly though? Remains to be seen

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            • Joseph Githinji

              12 w

              This is disappointing, the US must walk the talk.

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              • Munene Mugambi

                12 w

                @joseph_githinji they are climate hypocrites masquerading as climate activists.

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              • We Don't Have Time

                12 w

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                • Elizabeth Gathigia

                  12 w

                  This is very worrying, we need leaders who will take actions and save the planet, we don't need empty words

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                  • Joseph Githinji

                    12 w

                    @elizbeth_gathigia I agree, promises must be followed by actions.

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                    • Munene Mugambi

                      12 w

                      @elizbeth_gathigia we need to see a change in scenery in the Middle East. We need peace and no bombs there

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                    • Princess

                      12 w

                      The hypocrisy is evident, and it's disheartening to witness the environmental toll amidst ongoing conflicts.

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                      • Joseph Githinji

                        12 w

                        @princess_nel_268 The US as a superpower must act as a good example by doing what they ask the rest of the nations to do.

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                        • Munene Mugambi

                          12 w

                          @princess_nel_268 they're pretenders who want to dip their fingers in every cookie jar while playing hero through PR. Despicable

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                        • Abraham Jok Atem

                          12 w

                          This is worrying and devastating!!

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                          • Munene Mugambi

                            12 w

                            @abraham_jok_atem it surely is a big environmental concern on the state of our planet

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