November 7, 2019
Climatism has a long tradition of seeing mentally-deranged children as spiritual leaders
And it will be mandatory, of course.
Because Italian kids need to learn early on not to breed, which is literally the whole reason this cult started to begin with.
Italian Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti has announced that Italy will be the first country in the world to make the study of climate change mandatory in public schools.
Fioramonti made the announcement during a culture committee of the Italian Senate this week. “Next year Italy will be the first country in the world where the study of climate change and sustainable development will be mandatory,” he said, in comments reported by La Repubblica.
This Fioramonti guy also told schools to let kids leave for that gay global climate strike thing.
Because that’s what an education minister is supposed to do: make sure kids don’t go to school.
According to the minister, “all schools will dedicate 33 hours a year, about an hour a week, to issues related to climate change,” adding, “many traditional subjects, such as geography, mathematics and physics, will be studied in a new perspective linked to sustainable development.”
“The entire ministry is changing so that sustainability and climate are at the centre of the educational model,” he said.
If I were this guy, I’d put a cow in every classroom.
Every time it farted, the teacher could tell the kids “there goes another 3 seconds till the Apocalypse.”
That’s what he’d do if he were serious about saving the world from cow farts.
The budget has been a source of contention within the unpopular coalition government and was recently revealed to be giving handicapped Italians less money per day than newly arrived migrants.
According to the figures, handicapped Italians will receive a mere 54 cents per day compared to the twenty euros migrants receive.
The Italian move to make climate change studies mandatory comes after Swedish teen Greta Thunberg popularised a movement to take children out of school one day per week to protest climate change.
Whether or not the policy will be properly implemented is also up for question as the relationship between the Five Stars and the PD remains rocky following both parties’ massive regional election loss in Umbria to the centre-right coalition led by Matteo Salvini.
Yeah, their government is probably not gonna last much longer.
But it seems they’re hellbent on destroying Italy as much as possible while it lasts.
And here’s a reminder – in a country with a tiny Jew population, the current leader of this PD party just happens to be a Jew.
And if we don’t get rid of his kind really quick, one day you might be executed just for noticing that.