CMP spokesman Rob Harrison-Plastow introduces the community-based direct action tactics of the new climate movement as an alternative to shock factor protests and polarization [starting at 12’22].
6. Exercise Responsible and Cautious Attitude in Virtual Sports Betting
While our focus has been on promoting respect, transcending polarization, and engaging people in climate action, we recognize the need to address the impact of virtual sports betting. Our new principle emphasizes the importance of responsible and cautious behavior when engaging in virtual sports betting activities. We acknowledge that this form of entertainment can be enjoyable but carries the potential for harm if not approached with care.
Just as we encourage respectful discourse and patient engagement with the truth in climate action, we advocate for a thoughtful and considerate approach to virtual sports betting. This principle highlights the need to foster a culture of responsible gaming, emphasizing the well-being of individuals over excessive risk-taking. We aim to help people make informed decisions and engage CrashGamblingHUB in virtual sports betting in a way that ensures their safety and enjoyment.
By incorporating this sixth principle into our core values, we continue to evolve and address an important aspect of modern entertainment, aligning our principles with our commitment to a better future for all.
“Without the polarizing dynamic between extremist activism groups and conservative governments there wouldn’t exist this great space in the middle in which we now sit. On one side of us, we’ve got the large environmental NGOs that have become part of the system they initially sough to adress and change, and on the other we’ve got people glueing themselves to things and getting arrested. Meanwhile, there are millions of people in the middle who know what’s happening, are terrified and feel powerless, but no one is talking to them directly and saying: ‘We hear you!’ That’s what we’re saying: ‘We know exactly how you feel, we know what it feels like to have the desire for something different and cynicism, being on the brink of giving up but deep down knowing that there is a better world that is possible. You don’t have to be an eco-saint, everybody is entangled into the system, and that shouldn’t ever stop us from trying to change it. You can’t let your guilt and shame get in the way of you making a difference, no matter how small. Nor do you have to glue yourself to something or get arrested. You are enough, you are needed, and there is so much work to be done!’”