Australia Education system crumbling 'before our eyes' due to climate change hysteria

04:12  04 december  2019
04:12  04 december  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

Actress Pamela Anderson is the 'climate change hypocrite of the week'

  Actress Pamela Anderson is the 'climate change hypocrite of the week' Sky News host Andrew Bolt says Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has been crowned his "climate change hypocrite of the week".Sky News Digital Editor Jack Houghton said Ms Anderson was a 'Hollywood hypocrite' following the former Baywatch star lecturing Australians about climate change and their diets.

‘The time to answer the greatest challenge of our existence on this planet is now. You can make history or be vilified by it’.

But the climate sceptics hit back, saying hysteria was fuelling fears of nonexistent manmade climate change . "The promoters … have essentially declared that manmade climate change will cause many bad weather events to happen. And since bad weather events always happen, there is no shortage of

Sky News host Chris Kenny says Australia's education system is crumbling “before our very eyes” due to “facts, basics and knowledge” being devalued in favour of “political fashion, environmental campaigns and progressive social causes”.

Results from an international student assessment revealed Australian students were falling behind other developed countries in reading, maths, and science.

With consistent declines over an 18-year period occurring despite an extra $20 billion being pumped into education, Mr Kenny said the “distractions here are so obvious”.

“When our kids lose time in class for climate action strikes, and their parents and teachers applaud them, why would we be surprised that results fall?” he said.

“When children are force-fed a deceptive diet of climate alarmist emotionalism instead of scientific facts and environmental history, why are we surprised?

“When schools are focused on rewriting history and changing national anthems instead of learning history, why would we be surprised?”

Protesters block Brisbane's William Jolly Bridge to all traffic .
About 150 climate change protesters from the Extinction Rebellion group have blocked all traffic on the bridge.The Extinction Rebellion group moved onto the bridge about 9 am on Friday and 15 minutes later sat down in a circle in the middle of the four-lane river crossing.

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