Jane McAdam, an activist lawyer and climate change zombie cultist, tries to say something about immigrants/refugees and the weather:
The impacts of climate change have been forcing more and more people throughout the world to move, but the Asia-Pacific region in particular remains the hardest hit. @profjmcadam tells @yveyong how Australia should respond. #TheWorld pic.twitter.com/GAzIG7CW4L
— ABC News (@abcnews) October 23, 2020
It can be boiled down to:
Australia should admit more temporary-but-permanent Pacific island coolies because of the weather.
She can’t actually say it plainly, and instead takes a full minute because she jams in as many long words and jargon as she can manage:
toolkit – mitigation – big ticket item – disaster risk reduction – climate change adaptation – pathways for movement – mobility – enhance seasonal work and temporary migration options – permanent pathways
She has occasional moments of speaking plain English though, so still has some work to do to sound more suitably pompous, credentialled and female.