Climate Change Activists Experiencing Mental Health Issues As Their Constant Non-Stop And Unscientific Propaganda Outbursts Driving Them Mad

Taxpayer-funded National Public Radio (NPR) reports the non-stop drumbeat of propaganda on how only a few years remain for the planet and its inhabitants if climate change isn’t stopped is now causing mental health problems for some activists.

A famous comedian once remarked “I’ve suffered for my art long enough, now it’s your turn”, and that can absolutely be said about the climate change crazies who are now experiencing mental health issues as a result of their never-evening and non-stop hype of the climate. One need only to look at groups like Extinction Rebellion to see how damaging all these protests are to the human brain. These people are nuts, and they won’t quit until you are, too.

But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.” 2 Peter 3:10 (KJB)

Here’s a fun fact: you need never worry about the world being blown to pieces by nuclear war, and you need never to worry about irreparable harm being done to the planet from human caused climate change, because guess what? God made this world, it is held together by Jesus Christ who created all things according to Colossians 1:16-18 (KJB), and it will not be destroyed until Jesus Himself explodes it as the Bible declares He one day will. Climate Change is absolutely happening, and Jesus Christ is the One doing it. Just try and stop that.

Some Climate Change Activists Facing Mental Health Issues

FROM BREITBART NEWS: “The environmental movement is doing more to address the psychological toll on activists and volunteers, encouraging resilience and self-care to counteract anxiety and grief over planetary damage,” the report on Weekend Edition Saturday begins.

The report includes details on an activist who committed suicide. Alex Smith of a public radio station in Kansas City reported on the death:

“When I was growing up in the Kansas City suburbs, I had a friend named Kevin Aaron, who was a dedicated environmentalist,” Smith said. “What I loved about Kevin was that he believed in the better angels of our nature. Instead of shouting down opponents, he tried to convince them to be part of the solution.”

“In the early 2000s, Kevin went to Oakland to study environmental law and start his career, but he became overwhelmed by a sense of hopelessness about the climate. This added to the depression he was already struggling with,”  Smith said. “In 2003, Kevin died by suicide. He was 27 years old. His death was a shock and remains painful for those who loved him.”

Smith said Kevin’s mother “said the more deeply her son became involved in environmental activism, the more his thinking was taken over by pessimism, just like an invasive species.”

“There was one little seed that was planted where he couldn’t then quit thinking about it,” Sami Arron said. “And so that seed sprout a little bit more and a little bit more and a little bit more. Kevin couldn’t shake the idea that his activism was futile and even all the combined environmental efforts just wouldn’t be enough,” Smith said. “At some point, there was this whole forest of eucalyptus trees in his metaphoric mind that just wasn’t going to make any difference,” Kevin’s mother said.

“Burning yourself out is almost like a badge of honor,” Greenpeace said in the NPR report. “So really, overworking yourself and giving up your life for the cause is considered to be something admirable.”

She started The Resilient Activist “as her way of sharing the coping strategies she learned following her son’s death.”

“We need activists who have the resilience to see us through these difficult times, and that’s what I wanted to give,” Aaron said, before adding his note of hope.

“It was like what would have helped him and others like him.”

Smith cited a recent poll — NPR did not provide the name of or a link to the poll — that said more than half of adults said climate change is affecting their mental health and 40 percent of young adults said it is “their highest personal concern.” Smith also interviewed a college student at the University of Kansas who said protesting and other activism “helps him get through what he calls dark days.”

In 2018 the radical Greenpeace International started studying why activists are burning out, according to NPR. Agustin Maggio is the global Break Free campaign manager for Greenpeace. READ MORE

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