Each video message from young Swedish climate-change activist Greta Thunberg seems odder than the last, in my view.
This child appears to be indoctrinated to the point of brainwashing, in my opinion.
It’s sad and concerning — and it’s starting to feel like abuse to more than a few people.
No child should be made to feel like the entire planet will dissolve into nothingness if he or she doesn’t do something to fix it.
Can you imagine carrying that type of burden on your young shoulders?
Sadly, this young girl is the latest pawn in the Left’s favorite game: using kids to push their twisted agenda.
Thunberg splashed onto the scene with her doomsday rants.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 23, 2019
As we venture deeper down the climate-change wormhole, Greta Thunberg’s rants have gotten angrier; she’s now lashing out at older generations, demonizing them for ruining the planet and leaving death and destruction on the shoulders of today’s youth.
Yet, ironically, Greta Thunberg isn’t berating China, India or Africa, specifically — and they’re the three biggest pollution and carbon offenders.
The rants from this child are becoming so disturbing that people are asking, “Where are this girl’s parents?”
“Adolescent climate-change protester Greta Thunberg has stage parents, literally. Her mother sang opera internationally until the teenager convinced her to quit due to greenhouse gas emissions from flying, and her father and grandfather both gained fame through acting and directing,” noted an opinion piece late last month in the Washington Examiner.
“Now they’ve pivoted into the parental act of every stage parent looking to secure the next generation of fame … For all that conservatives have rightly griped at the performative pointlessness of Thunberg’s schtick, and for all that liberals have rightly griped that a waning but still significant segment of conservatives deny the reality of anthropogenic climate change, the biggest travesty lost in the hype about the Swedish activist who recently sailed to American shores is that her parents, the media, and the climate alarmist Left are basically engaging in child abuse.”
In this latest video, you can see how upset the child gets by the end.
Why are grown adults placing children with issues on a world stage like this?
Watch the video:
Greta Thunberg at U.N.: "You are still not mature enough to tell it like it is. You are failing us. Young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The eyes of all future generations are upon you." https://t.co/5ZPcsQ1Bbr pic.twitter.com/58gwYMqBQV
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 23, 2019
This poor child is the spokesperson for a so-called “dying planet,” and by the looks of things, she’s growing increasingly incapable of handling the pressure.
“Thunberg began suffering from depression as a child, by her own admission, in part because she learned about climate change at age eight,” noted the Washington Examiner piece from late August. “She was later diagnosed with autism and obsessive compulsive disorder and gradually became despondent as she obsessed over her fear of climate change. She developed mutism and an eating disorder so severe that she once went two months without food, and she stopped going to school. Her only sibling, a sister named Beata, also suffers from Asperger’s and OCD, as well as ADHD.”
“Now tell me, does it seem healthy to place a child with this many mental illnesses under the spotlight of public scrutiny, with a sole focus on the very phenomenon and associated alarmism that triggered her in the first place?”
We wish someone with common sense and common decency would step in.
A version of this piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com; this article is used by permission.
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