Video Woolworths save the planet

A video of a faux government announcement has people chuckling but also listening a little closer to the urgency of global change to save the planet.


Global – Earlier this month a brutally honest and pretty hilarious video was launched by The Juice Media as a way to promote two major global events which are fighting climate change.

The video called “We’re F**ked” was made to highlight just how far gone the planet is. The state of Earth is no laughing matter; it is pretty scary, BUT with this humorous video is grabbing people’s attention fast.

In between all the f-bombs, the video is riddled with informative bits of information that are shared in an exciting way.

At the end of the video, people are directed to join two causes on some significant days. Those organisation details are below.

The Global Climate Strike 20 -27 September 2019

“This September, millions of us will walk out of our workplaces and homes to join young climate strikers on the streets and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels.

Our house is on fire — let’s act like it. We demand climate justice for everyone.”

Find the website here. As of now, there are currently two strikes planned in South Africa.

Worldwide Rebellion 7 – 18 October 2019

“Starting on Monday 7 October, we are joining together as a global family in an International Rebellion as we grieve the suffering and destruction of our beautiful homeworld.

We will gather with our communities across cities, countries, and continents, to rise up and rebel for our deep love of life and the need to protect it.”

Find the website here.

Watch the video below and be aware that it does contain some very colourful language.

Sources: YouTube
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