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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:39 pm
by Ariel
Ansar al-Zindiqi wrote:Greta has a far more compelling message when enhanced with death metal. :rock: :dev: :band:



She looks possessed in this video.

And....

Alas.... Greta Thunberg missed out on the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday even though she had been the bookmakers’ favourite.

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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 6:07 pm
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
:lol:


Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:14 pm
by Ariel
Extinction Rebellion activists paid 450 euro-a-week to lead protests, documents reveal

Extinction Rebellion activists are being paid as much as 450 euros-a-week to lead protests that have brought disorder and confusion to cities across Britain, new reports have revealed.

Green extremist activists working for the organization have been paid nearly 230,000 euros since the protest movement began last fall, the Daily Mail reports.

Following the widespread mayhem that the group brought to London last week, a Conservative MP has called on the HM Revenue and Customs – Britain’s tax-collecting agency – to initiate an investigation into the protest movement’s tax affairs.

It is said that the far-left group worries that it may face a tax bill in the six-figure range if the money they’ve paid out to activists, which has been listed as ‘expenses’, is regarded as payment for work done on the behalf of the organization.

Although the majority of Extinction Rebellion protesters being unpaid activists, journalists at the Daily Mail assert that they’ve seen dossier of files within the organization that, among other things, shows expenses from 168 activists.

The dossier has also revealed that Extinction Rebellion activists: have been paid more than 230,000 euros since the protest movement began, that activists are seeking out ‘high net worth individuals’ for more funding, and that the cost of payments grown by ‘at least 45,000 euros a month’.

In the last week of protests, more than 1,100 green extremist activists have been arrested.


We don't have long to think about who payed those idiots.
I go for Soros.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:21 pm
by Fernando
pr126 wrote:She will be in good company. With Yasser Arafat and Barak Hussein Obama.
It only shows that the Nobel Peace prize is now political, rather than achievements. :thumbdown:
If she and her Extinction Rebellion mates get their way, she'll be eligible for a Nobel War Prize when they plunge us back into the dark ages and people are killing each other to survive.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:22 pm
by Ariel
The fools of Extinction Rebellion.

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Poor granny. :cry:



Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:22 pm
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
Something from David Icke :lol:

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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:11 pm
by Ariel
Concerned citizens report Greta Thunberg’s parents to Child Services in Sweden for child abuse

(Natural News) While she appears to be missing in action as of late, angry climate child Greta Thunberg of United Nations ranting fame isn’t off the hook when it comes to her questionable climate shenanigans, and neither are her parents.

According to reports, Greta’s parents are the subject of a new inquiry into their fitness as parents, as it would seem that they’ve been abusing their daughter for political and financial gain.

A report was recently filed in the Kungsholmen district of Stockholm claiming that Greta’s parents are exploiting her in order to push the climate agenda, which is causing young Greta to suffer serious mental anguish and emotional distress.

In tandem with a public relations consultant, Greta’s mother specifically is said to have exploited her daughter to create mass hysteria and panic about the world ending in a few years due to climate change and global warming. And now Greta is spreading this same mental illness to other children via her mother’s damaging influence, which could mean that Greta’s mom is unfit to keep Greta in her custody.

“When large parts of the adult world and established media participate in the mass psychosis around Greta Thunberg – who obviously doesn’t feel so good – it’s like having to pinch one’s arm,” stated Swedish Party Chairman for Social conservatives and lifestyle liberals about this bizarre situation.

“Is this true?” the same individual, who is also a lawyer, further asked in a tweet. “What are you doing? This is not healthy.”

Greta’s sister is now being bullied because of Greta’s climate hysteria

It isn’t just Greta who’s suffering from the effects of this child abuse, either. Greta’s sister, new reports indicate, is now being bullied at school because of Greta’s outspoken hysteria over the climate.

Greta’s 13-year-old sister is reportedly being “constantly discouraged” by others because of her sister’s whacked out thinking, and is now suffering a barrage of other repercussions that are the result of Greta’s climate fear-mongering, which appears to be the result of her own parents indoctrinating her and taking advantage of her Asperger’s diagnosis.

Greta herself fully admits that she’s protected from the backlash of her own actions due to her constant “traveling,” which makes her “inaccessible” to scrutiny. Meanwhile, Greta’s sister is the one who’s having to bear the brunt of her sister’s actions.

“The difference between me and the people who are left at home is that I am always traveling, inaccessible,” Greta is quoted as saying.

The best thing to do when it comes to Greta’s climate proselytizing is to simply ignore it, which is what President Trump did upon arriving at the U.N. recently for his own appearance. This move by Trump clearly upset Greta, who unfortunately appears to actually believe the propaganda she’s been told to recite and spread at every opportunity.

“Ill start by saying I hope that little girl gets help,” wrote one LeoZagami.com commenter, expressing concern for Greta’s well-being. “She is being used to push a scam and as an advocate against the abuse of children want to see her get help,” this same commenter added.

Another wrote that Greta’s mother, Malena Ernman, is guilty of having stolen Greta’s childhood by indoctrinating her into the climate agenda.

“As a mother myself I would never allow my young daughter especially vulnerable young daughter to cross the ocean by herself and be placed in this truly unhealthy situation,” wrote yet another.

“Her parents and teachers who enabled and endorsed this without any concern for Greta’s well being is just horrible and for an autistic child this is mental and emotional abuse! All the adults involved should be ashamed of themselve

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2019 2:25 pm
by Ariel
Greta Thunberg meets first real resistance during Alberta demonstration | Sheila Gunn Reid


Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 5:11 pm
by Ariel
:clueless: I am not sure if this is something to be proud of.

Bugging out: UK museum names blind beetle after Greta Thunberg

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Britain's Natural History Museum on Friday named a tiny, blind and wingless beetle after climate activist Greta Thunberg.

The honey-coloured insect, measuring less than one millimetre, was discovered in the Kenyan capital Nairobi in the 1960s.

But it apparently remained nameless until the venerable London museum's scientific associate Michael Darby stepped in.

"I am immensely impressed with the work of this young campaigner and wanted to acknowledge her outstanding contribution in raising awareness of environmental issues," Darby said.

Sweden's Thunberg, still only 16, has injected a burst of energy into the climate change movement since launching her first school strikes one year ago.

She has also become a global pop culture icon.

Earlier this month, British superstar DJ Fatboy Slim paid tribute to Thunberg by using samples from her incandescent speech at the United Nations in a remix of his smash hit "Right Here, Right Now".

But she has never before been linked to an insect.

Max Barclay, a senior curator at the 146-year-old museum, said "the name of this beetle is particularly poignant".

Sweden's Greta Thunberg, still only 16, has injected a burst of energy into the climate change movement
"It is likely that undiscovered species are being lost all the time, before scientists have even named them, because of biodiversity loss," said Barclay.

"So it is appropriate to name one of the newest discoveries after someone who has worked so hard to champion the natural world and protect vulnerable species."

The museum said the beetle's existence in its vast collection had only just been discovered.

It's formal scientific name is Nelloptodes gretae.

It belongs to the "Ptiliidae family of beetles which includes some of the smallest insects in the world," the museum said in a statement.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:56 pm
by Ariel
Chile’s decision to withdraw as host of the COP 25 UN climate conference has prompted tears and frustration from a group of school-strike activists sailing across the Atlantic to attend the talks.

This is a problem for Greta too.
With the U.N.’s climate convention abruptly relocated, Greta Thunberg now needs a lift to Spain. But how will she get there. :clueless:

Greta thunberg.

As COP25 has officially been moved from Santiago to Madrid I’ll need some help.
It turns out I’ve traveled half around the world, the wrong way:)
Now I need to find a way to cross the Atlantic in November... If anyone could help me find transport I would be so grateful.


But perhaps help is on its way...Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of UN Climate Change wrote: "We want to help you to cross the Atlantic ". Only she did not say how.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:10 pm
by Nosuperstition
Ansar al-Zindiqi wrote:Something from David Icke :lol:

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Wasn't it you yourself who said that climate change is going to effect us even much before the demographic bomb of Muslim takeover?

The Jewish star of David is also used widely by occult practicing Tantric socerers of some of Hindu sects.Let us see if even that gets banned.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2019 9:50 pm
by Ariel
An Open Letter to Greta Thunberg

You are not a moral leader. But I will tell you what you are.

Greta Thunberg:

You have declared yourself a leader and said that your generation will start a revolution. You have comported yourself as a credentialed adult and climate change activist who has fearlessly addressed politicians and world leaders. You have dropped out of school and declared that there isn’t any reason to attend, or any reason for you to study since there will be no future for you to inherit. You have, rather than attend your classes, been leading Friday Climate Strikes for all students in your generation across the globe. Your attendance at oil pipelines has been striking. There, you unequivocally declare that all oil needs to remain in the ground where it belongs.

I shall, therefore, against the backdrop of your activism, address you as an adult rather than as a child.

In September of 2019 you crossed the Atlantic in a “zero carbon” racing yacht that had no toilet and electric light on board. You made an impassioned plea at the United Nations in which you claimed that, “we have stolen your dreams and our childhood with our empty words.” You claimed that adults and world leaders come to young people for answers and explained in anger: “How dare you!” You claimed that we are failing you and that young people are beginning to understand our betrayal. You further declared that if we continue to fail your generation: “We will never forgive you.”

You have stated that you want us to panic, and to act as if our homes are on fire. You insist that rich countries must reduce to zero emissions immediately. In your speeches you attack economic growth and have stated that our current climate crisis is caused by “buying and building things.” You call for climate justice and equity, without addressing the worst polluter on the planet China; the country that is economically annexing much of Africa and Latin America. You dare not lecture Iran about its uranium projects -- because that’s not part of the UN’s agenda, is it?

You proclaim that we need to live within the planetary boundaries, to focus on equity and “take a few steps back” for the sake of all living species. You resent the hierarchical distinctions between human and animals and entertain no qualitative distinction between a monkey, a malaria-infested mosquito and a snarling hyena. You mouth slogans such as: “We have set in motion an irreversible chain reaction beyond control,” and you advocate for universal veganism on the Ellen DeGeneres show. You do not buy new clothes, and you don’t want the rest of us to either. You want us all to stop flying in jet planes without giving us an alternative as to how we would re-transform our financial and trading systems—to say nothing of our personal enjoyment of the world—without regression to a primeval era. Few can afford to cross the Atlantic in a $6M zero carbon yacht financed by rich people who made their wealth by the very means you condemn as loathsome.

There are a few things that we, the rational adults of the world who are not bowing to you like guilt-ridden obsequious Babbitts need to say to you, Greta.

First, we did not rob you of your childhood or of your dreams. You are the legatee of a magnificent technological civilization which my generation and the one before it and several others preceding it all the way to the Industrial Revolution and the Renaissance, bequeathed to you. That growth-driven, capitalist technological civilization has created the conditions for you to harangue us over our betrayal. It is a civilization that eradicated diseases such as small pox from the word, and that lifted millions out of abject poverty in a universe you think is dying and decaying. It assured you a life expectancy that exceeded that of your ancestors. Most likely by focusing on economic growth which you demonize, and scientific advancement, that civilization will further enhance a robust quality of life and health for your descendants.

Here is a hard truth to ponder, Greta: if the great producers of this world whom you excoriate were to withdraw their productivity, wealth and talents—in short—their minds from the world today, your generation would simply perish. Why? Because as children you have done nothing as yet, with your lives besides being born. This is what we expect of children until such time as they can be producers by learning from their elders. You are understandably social and ecological ballast. You are not yet cognitively advanced to replicate the structures of survival of which you are the beneficiaries.

Children are important installments on the future. We have invested in you. It is you and your smug generation which think they have nothing to learn from the older ones who are failing themselves. Whom do you expect to employ the majority of you if you have neither the job credentials or life competency skills to navigate the world? The future unemployable-skipping- school-on-Friday obstreperous children?

The truth, as one anonymous blogger aptly put it, is that your generation is unable to work up to forty hours per week without being chronically depressed and anxious. Its members cannot even decide if they want to be a boy or a girl, or both, or neither, or a “they.” They cannot eat meat without crying. I might add that your generation needs “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” as pre-conditions for learning in school. Its members have a pathological need to be coddled and protected from the challenging realities of life. Your generation is the biggest demander and consumer of carbon spewing technological gadgets and devices. An hour without any of them and too many of you succumb to paralyzing lethargy. Your generation is the least curious and most insular set of individuals one has ever encountered. Your hubris extends so far that you think you have nothing to learn from your elders.

Yes, we have betrayed you: by capitulating the world of leadership to bored, attention-deficit children who spout bromides, platitudes and slogans that a rudderless and morally relativistic culture accepts because a significant number of its denizens have become intellectually bankrupt and morally lazy.

The logical endpoint of your ecological vision would see us living in primeval conditions eking out an existence in jungle swamps in which we would regard poisonous snakes and man-eating tigers as our moral equals. We would have to adapt ourselves to nature rather than adapt nature to meet our needs, like all members of civilized civilizations do. Your vision would see us foraging for mushrooms and plants without knowing which were inimical to our digestive systems. Under your system we would swelter from heat, die from rampant plagues and starvation because there will be no air-conditioning units, no sophisticated plumbing and irrigations and sewer systems, no anti-bacterial soap made from animal matter, no pesticides and chemicals to sanitize our food and drinking supplies: just one primordial swamp of human putrefaction.

If civilization is left in the hands of your ecofascist supporters we will be living in grass huts, drinking animal feces infested water, and shrinking in fear from polar bears instead of killing them for food when they attack us.

Greta, living in complete harmony with nature is the death of creativity. Understand this. All great civilizations were forged in the crucibles of proper exploitation of the earth. Those who lived on land with oil and did nothing with it never had a right to it in the first place. Non-usage of God’s resources is the cardinal sin because it results in the un-development of our human capabilities, and makes us indistinguishable from beasts.

Your generation needs to be taught the morality of wealth creation, rather than only parasitically benefiting from it. The only revolution you will lead is one into nihilism and civilization regression. You need to learn about the moral case for fossil fuel. You owe it to yourself to understand how as, Kathleen Hartnett White has detailed, the harnessing of the vast store of concentrated energy in fossil fuels allowed mankind, for the first time in human history, to escape intractable constraints and energy limits that had left all but the very privileged in total poverty and depravity. Before the Industrial Revolution all societies were dependent on a very limited flow of solar energy captured in living plants for subsistence needs such as food, fuel and shelter.

But we, the creative enterprisers, will not go back to the Dark Ages. Your philosophy can be summed up as follows:

    What was good for my anthropoid ancestors is good for me. Do not rock the boat, or even build one as that will require cutting down a tree. Do not disrupt nature. Do not dare to see the earth as rightfully belonging to us. We don’t have the right to use our brains in a manner that can transform our needs into a material form. Let’s conveniently forget that production is the application of reason to the problems of survival. Let’s all diminish the grandeur of man and his luminous potential. Crush the Thomas Edisons of this world.


The apocalyptic world vision you hold has been a strip landing for those who have hated progress throughout history. Your apocalyptic predictions have been made for millennia, and, we’re still here. We will still be here long after you’ve grown up and we have forgiven you for skipping classes, thereby lowering the intelligence quotient of an entire generation.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 11:09 am
by Ariel
Greta arrived in Portugal after a sea trip of 20 days.
Here she is.

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Spanish club offers Greta Thunberg donkey for onward journey :lol:

The animal means of transport called the club as "the most environmentally friendly ever". In the process, the Swedish climate activist has long since decided how to proceed to the climate conference in Madrid.

A religious neighborhood association from the Spanish community Talavera de la Reina near Toledo has offered the Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg a donkey to continue from Lisbon to Madrid. "We are aware of the importance of making the world aware of the environmental situation and join in Thunberg's fight," it said Wednesday on the Facebook page of the association "Asociacion Fray Hernando de Talavera".

"Our ancestors used this vehicle and it was the most environmentally friendly ever." Next to it was a photo of a local raised donkey. The 16-year-old Thunberg arrived in Portugal on Tuesday after a three-week sailing trip across the Atlantic. In the next few days she wants to travel by train to Madrid to attend the two-week World Climate Change Conference. The young activist avoids planes to draw attention to the climate crisis.


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Alas :no1: Poor sweet Greta did not have time to travel by donkey. Because it would take her 3 weeks to go Madrid.

So Greta took the train.

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 5:20 pm
by Ariel
Greta get out of the train, and she is not amused. She looks like an abused girl.

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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2019 8:03 pm
by Ariel
Greta Thunberg says school strikes have achieved nothing

The global wave of school strikes for the climate over the past year has “achieved nothing” because greenhouse gas emissions have continued to rise, Greta Thunberg has told activists at UN climate talks in Madrid.

Thousands of young people were expected to gather at the UN climate conference and in the streets of the Spanish capital on Friday to protest against the lack of progress in tackling the climate emergency, as officials from more than 190 countries wrangled over the niceties of wording in documents related to the Paris accord.

In the four years since the landmark agreement was signed, greenhouse gas emissions have risen by 4% and the talks this year are not expected to produce new commitments on carbon from the world’s biggest emitters.

Thunberg, whose solo protest in Sweden in 2017 has since snowballed into a global movement, spoke at a press conference before a march through the centre of Madrid. She said that although schoolchildren had been striking around the world, this “has not translated into action” from governments.

“I’m just an activist and we need more activists,” she said. “Some people are afraid to change – they try so desperately to silence us.”

Thunberg expressed hope for the UN negotiations but doubted whether governments had got the message, and warned the world could not afford continued inaction.

“I sincerely hope COP25 will reach something concrete and increase awareness among people, and that world leaders and people in power grasp the urgency of the climate crisis, because right now it does not seem that they are,” she said.

Although young people would keep striking, Thunberg said, they wanted to stop – if governments made credible promises and showed a willingness to act.

“We can’t go on like this; it is not sustainable that children skip school and we don’t want to continue – we would love some action from the people in power. People are suffering and dying today. We can’t wait any longer,” she said.

The march was scheduled to coincide with protests and youth climate strikes around the world. In the US, Bernie Sanders and Jane Fonda were among the politicians and celebrities planning to join in.

As well as the march and a sit-down protest in the conference centre, there were shows of international solidarity among young people from around the world, including a picnic in a central Madrid park. The conference centre was flooded with hundreds of schoolchildren accompanied by their parents, many with babies in prams, who were kept separate from the rooms where negotiators were working on a draft text to clarify aspects of the Paris agreement.

Young people voiced their frustration at protests inside and outside the conference centre on the outskirts of Madrid.

Brianna Fruean from Samoa, speaking for the Pacific Climate Warriors, told the conference: “World leaders need to know that people like me are watching them. The text we put down today on paper at COP is what our future will look like.”

Many of the young people joining the conference from developing nations around the world bore personal witness to suffering they had experienced or seen.

“I’ve had typhoid. I’ve had malaria. My grandmother died from cholera. I know what I’m talking about,” said Jimmy Fénelon, the national coordinator of the Caribbean Youth Environmental Network in Haiti. “We need to raise awareness among young people. We can get them to work together and send a strong message.”

Renae Baptiste, also from CYEN, said: “For us, climate change is no longer a concept or theory, it’s our new reality. It’s affecting our lives now.”

The activist Miguel van der Velden said: “These things are not games. They’re getting worse. They’re affecting millions of people around the world. I come here because I have hope that we can work together.”

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2019 2:51 pm
by Ariel
Greta Thunberg Named TIME’s 2019 Person of the Year. “I’d like to tell my grandchildren that we did everything we could,” she told TIME magazine. “And we did it for them and for the generations to come.”

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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2019 3:37 pm
by Ariel
Greta Thunberg's unedited encounter with Rebel News in Edmonton


Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2019 7:24 pm
by pr126
Greta Thunberg Named TIME’s 2019 Person of the Year. “I’d like to tell my grandchildren that we did everything we could,” she told TIME magazine. “And we did it for them and for the generations to come.”

According to the "climate change" religion high priests, the world will end in 10 or 12 years. All life is extinct.
Grandchildren? Really? :nono:

Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2019 8:21 pm
by Ariel
What do you think of Greta Thunberg's plastic garbage filled Tesla? :wot:



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Re: Greta Thunberg and the climate change

PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 8:22 am
by pr126
Greta is not in control of her own mind.

She has been brainwashed, like so many young people around the western world by the leftist educators in schools, universities, and yes, even in nurseries run by the state. see here

So she is a tool, programmed to perform a certain task. Her parents have also been programmed.
She is being used. When no longer useful, she will be discarded.
(and there is money to be had.)

A perfect indoctrination, in which the subject is unaware that they are indoctrinated.

Watch this clip, see how far we have come:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX3EZCVj2XA