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Apr 14, 2022

In a UK interview a young climate activist, Miranda Whelehan, campaigning for Just Stop Oil gets berated by hosts and the guest. The interview shockingly parallels a talk show scene from the Netflix movie, 'Don't Look Up.'John Iadarola and Nelini Stamp break it down on The Damage Report.
Read more here:
Life Imitates Art in UK Climate Activist's 'Don't Look Up' TV Interview - https://www.commondreams.org/news/2022/04/13/life-imitates-art-uk-climate-activists-dont-look-tv-interview
"The deeply condescending treatment endured by a British climate activist during a Tuesday television interview bore what many observers are calling an eerie resemblance to a scene from the dystopian Netflix film Don't Look Up.
"The budget for Don't Look Up was $75 million. Turns out, they could have saved all of that money by just playing this interview."
"The parallels with scenes from Don't Look Up were hard to ignore in that shambles of an interview," the activist group Just Stop Oil (JSO) tweeted. "We're asking everyone to #LookUp and realize how our government [is] signing a death sentence for us all by approving new oil and gas projects in the U.K.""
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