Jason Momoa Calls Humanity A ‘Disease’ At The UN Climate Summit And Now People Say He Went Too Far


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The Hawaii-born actor, Jason Momoa has addressed the United Nations in a way that’s quite similar to that of Greta Thunberg Speech. The Aquaman’s main character spoke at the Small Islands Event on September 27, revealing that world leaders are not doing enough to combat climate change. He confidently uttered that Humanity as a whole is a disease affecting Planet, Earth.

Born in Honolulu, aged 40, Momoa’s speech emphasized more on the damaging effects humanity exerts on the oceans.

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He explained that the garbage patch floating in the Pacific Ocean has developed larger than France. Raised by mother in Lowa, Momoa added that humanity has created a devastating crisis with plastic pollution.


With
Momoa and Thunberg’s messages sounding alike, Momoa’s
tone was however more parental. ‘We no longer can afford the luxury of
half-assing our movement towards achieving a sustainable lifestyle. We’ve
willingly forced ourselves beyond the threshold of no coming back.’ Momoa
stated.

The
actor later shared his experience at the U.N in brief

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Many of his fans appreciated his words



While
some shared a different opinion about his words





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