In 1985, a group of international superstars gathered together to record an iconic anthem that changed the way that the arts and activism engaged with each other. At the behest of legendary vocalist (and activist) Harry Belafonte, Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie wrote a single that was then performed by a host of the world’s top entertainers.
That song was, of course, We Are The World, and it ended up selling more than 20 million copies and raising some $63 million for humanitarian aid in both Africa and the US.
And now we have the opportunity to witness yet another epic musical project, but this time, the superstars are not compassionately raising money and awareness for famine victims, but are instead bringing a really important message from the Koch brothers to the people. That message, you’ll be happy to hear, is that we’re all good, and you really can’t trust those pesky climate scientists to know what they’re talking about.
It’s the single we’ve all been waiting for: The Climate Change Deniers’ Anthem.
Yes, it’s from Funny or Die, but it’s catchy, no?
Sing it with me:
We’re fine, just a little toasty weather, to bring us all together…
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