Watch: AOC envisions socialist Utopian world after her ‘Green New Deal’ becomes law – Sees Miami gone forever – A Message From the Future With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez


By: - Climate DepotApril 17, 2019 2:42 PM with 0 comments

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has produced a video that reveals her ego may be even grander than her Green New Deal ambitions. AOC envisions her election to Congress as the catalyst that saved America and the climate! AOC believes her Green New Deal will alter the future climate and save the planet.

The AOC video appeared on the website of The Intercept and was featured in an article by climate activist Naomi Klein . Klein has long called for choosing between capitalism or a livable climate. See: Author Naomi Klein: We Must We Choose Between Capitalism and Climate

Others greens have also take on capitalism to save the earth. See: Warmist George Monbiot explains how to prevent ‘climate breakdown’: ‘We’ve got to go straight to the heart of capitalism and overthrow it’

 

More on video here: A MESSAGE FROM THE FUTURE WITH ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ

OCASIO-CORTEZ PROMOTES GREEN NEW DEAL WITH VIDEO THAT ENVISIONS A DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST UTOPIA

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “Ah the bullet train from New York to
DC’s it always brings me back to when I
first started making this commute in
2019 I was a freshman in the most
diverse Congress in history up to that
point it was a critical time I’ll never
forget the children in our community
they were so inspired to see this new
class of politicians who reflected them
navigating the halls of power it’s often
said you can’t be what you can’t see and
for the first time they saw themselves I
think there was something similar with
the green New Deal we knew that we
needed to save the planet and that we
had all the technology to do it but
people were scared they said it was too
big too fast not practical I think
that’s because they just couldn’t
picture it yet anyways I’m getting ahead
of myself let’s start with how we got
here
1977 New York a senior scientist named
James black made a presentation about
how burning fossil fuels could
eventually lead to global temperatures
rising four or five degrees Fahrenheit
within two years one of the world’s
biggest super tankers was outfitted with
a state-of-the-art lab to measure co2 in
the ocean gathering more data about
global warming guess who was doing all
of this research Exxon Mobil the oil and
gas company oh yeah Exxon knew this
whole time as did our politicians ten
years later James Hansen NASA’s top
climate scientist told Congress he was
99% certain that global warming was
happening and caused by humans that was
1988 the year before I was even born
so did Exxon listen to the science
including their own did they change
business models invest in renewables no
the opposite they knew and they doubled
down they and others spent millions
setting up a network of lobby groups and
think tanks to create doubt and denial
about climate change it was an effort
designed to attack and dispute the very
kind of science they themselves had been
doing and it worked
politicians went to bat for
so fuels and these massive corporations
kept digging and mining drilling and
fracking like there was no tomorrow
America became the biggest producer and
consumer of oil in the world fossil fuel
company has made hundreds of billions
while the public paid the lion’s share
to clean up their disasters we lost a
generation of time we’ll never get back
entire species will never get back
natural wonders gone forever and in 2017
Hurricane Maria destroyed the place
where my family was from Puerto Rico it
was like a climate bomb it took as many
American lives as 9/11 and in the next
year
when I was elected to Congress the
world’s leading climate scientists
declared another emergency they told us
that we had 12 years left to cut our
emissions in half or hundreds of
millions of people would be more likely
to face food and water shortages poverty
and death 12 years to change everything
how we got around how we fed ourselves
how we made our staff how we lived and
worked everything the only way to do it
was to transform our economy which we
already knew was broken since the vast
majority of wealth was going to just a
small handful of people and most folks
were falling further and further behind
it was a true turning point
lots of people gave up they said we were
doomed but some of us remembered as a
nation we’d been in peril before the
Great Depression World War two we knew
from our history how to pull together to
overcome impossible odds and at the very
least we owed it to our children to try
the wave began when Democrats took back
the house in 2018 and then the Senate
and the White House in 2020 and launched
the decade of the green New Deal
a flurry of legislation that kicked off
our social and ecological transformation
to save the planet it was the kind of
swing
for the fence ambition we needed finally
we were entertaining solutions on the
scale of the crises we faced
without leaving anyone behind that
included Medicare for all the most
popular social program in American
history we also introduced the federal
jobs guarantee a public option including
dignified living wages for work funnily
enough the biggest problem in those
early years was a labor shortage we were
building a national smart grid
retrofitting every building in America
putting trains like this one all across
the country we needed more workers that
group of kids from my neighborhood we’re
right in the middle of it all especially
this one girl uliana her first job out
of college was with AmeriCorps climate
restoring wetlands and bayous in coastal
Louisiana most of her friends were in
her Union including some oil workers in
transition they took apart old pipelines
and got to work planting mangroves with
the same salary and benefits of course
when it came to healing the land we had
huge gaps in our knowledge
luckily indigenous communities offered
generational expertise to help guide the
way
Ilyana got restless tried her hand as a
solar plant engineer for a while but
eventually made her career in raising
the next generation as part of the
universal child care initiative as it
turns out caring for others is valuable
low-carbon work and we started paying
real money to folks like teachers
domestic workers and home health aides
those were years of massive change and
not all of it was good when hurricane
Sheldon hit southern Florida parts of
Miami went underwater for the last time
but as we battled the floods fires and
droughts we knew how lucky we were to
have started acting when we did and we
didn’t just change the infrastructure we
changed how we did things we became a
society that was not only modern and
wealthy but dignified and humane too by
committing to universal rights like
health care and meaningful work for all
we stop being so scared of the future we
stop being scared of each
and we found our shared purpose Ilyana
heard the call to and in 2028 she ran
for office in the first cycle of
publicly funded election campaigns and
now she occupies the seat that I once
held I couldn’t be more proud of her a
true child of the green new deal when I
think back to my first term in Congress
writing that old-school Amtrak in 2019
all of this was still ahead of us and
the first big step was just closing our
eyes and imagining it we can be whatever
we have the courage to see you.

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