Whenever I see 'we need to' in a post, I cant but help remember the fable of the belling of the cat.
It ALWAYS, without fail, presages a virtue signalling sentiment that takes absolutely no account of the laws of nature and of human nature.
"We need to develop clean infinite reliable and sustainable energy"
A classic case of 'I want all the rewards with none of the consequences or responsibilities'.
The above poster clearly has put his Marxist sunglasses on and is talking the language of 'oppression' and 'victimhood' and I shouldn't be surprised if 'capitalism' and 'social justice' aren't lurking in there somewhere.
He reminds me of the person I debated about cats and bird deaths.
The inconvenient truths that the breeding rates of birds is such that 90% of chicks have to die in the first year of life to maintain a reasonable stable bird population, and that a cat with a bird in its mouth is not evidence that the cat actually killed it, were simply denied.
The only dead birds he saw were in cats mouths, ergo only cats killed birds, and because some birds around is nice to have, infinitely more birds was obviously infinitely better.
So, we must excuse these Islamic chaps for their bigotry and racism in extrapolating a very narrow and limited experience of the west to all Westerners? Whilst simultaneously decrying any bigotry and racism on the part of Westerners?
In short we ought to know and do better, but they can't be expected to?
The staggering implicit racism of the Liberal Left.
Bit it's all just posturing isn't it? Virtue signalling, not intended to be serious policy.
Just like climate change.
If anyone really gave a damn about CO2 we would have 50GW of nukes online by now.
Not spinning bird mincing prayer wheels ruining the view.