The video of a dinosaur entering the main auditorium of the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization (UN) went viral on social media after it spread this Wednesday; on the recording, the extinct animal, named Frankie, takes the podium to speak, to the amazement of the assistants.
The Tyrannosaurus Rex Take the opportunity to send a message about the consequences of climate change on the Land and take the opportunity to denounce that governments continue to subsidize more fossil fuels than climate actions; so he reproached humans for their folly that is leading to their own extinction.
“Listen to me people. Let me be realistic for a second. You have a great opportunity right now, as you rebuild your economies and recover from this pandemic. This is the great opportunity of the humanity. So here’s my idea: don’t choose extinction. Save your kind before it’s too late. It’s time for humans to stop making excuses and start making changes, “the dinosaur is heard saying. Frankie in the video.
“Frankie” is part of a UN campaign
The dinosaur, protagonist of the recording, is called Frankie and now he has become a celebrity of social networks since he became the protagonist of a shocking and funny Bell of the United Nations Development Program, with which it is intended to ask all governments around the world to stop subsidizing the fossil fuels. The fictional video was presented this Wednesday, October 27, four days before the start of the Climate Summit, COP26, in Glasgow.
“Imagine we spend hundreds of billions a year to subsidize meteorites giants. That’s what they’re doing. Think of what you could do with that money. All over the world there are people who live in the poverty. Don’t you think helping them would make more sense than paying for the disappearance of the entire species? “, you hear the dinosaur during his speech.
Finally question the attendees. “At least we had an asteroid. What is its excuse? “. The video has been translated into 35 languages and in the Spanish version it has the dubbing of the Mexican actress Eiza Gonzalez. The campaign was launched by the United Nations Development Program and it became the most distinctive element in the fight against climate change.
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