btc versus doge is not a cogent comparison if all you're going to highlight is how much juice a "transaction" burns. i'm not sure what you mean by "transaction" in this context. and on some levels - the wrong ones - i think you could say doge is far more popular than bitcoin.I don't agree that "fuck all" is being produced. However, I do agree that Bitcoin is a waste of energy. Tangentially though, the stock market also uses a lot of power and no one is really complaining about that.
There's a lot of newer crypto currencies that use significantly less power. For example, Bitcoin uses ~700kwh per transaction, while Dogecoin only uses ~0.1kwh per transaction. Unfortunately, they are nowhere near as popular as OG Bitcoin.
your first point gets at something real: compared to current global financial systems and infrastructure, bitcoin's energy usage is small.
importantly, the shift of mining out of china due to their bans is a huge win for cleaning up the energy sources driving mining. away from coal into cleaner sources in the us. still, the scale is small by comparison to global financial infrastructures - including the actual mining of gold/silver.