The teen climate activist Greta Thunberg is the subject of an upcoming documentary.
Sounds normal, right?
Climate activists are absolutely obsessed with the fiery young teen, so it seems only natural a documentary would soon be available.
But there’s one problem …
The documentary goes all the way back to 2018 — when young Greta Thunberg first started skipping school to protest the “weather.”
But how can that be?
She was supposed to be an organic viral sensation that just “happened” out of nowhere.
She was supposedly built up by so-called passionate climate activists who just happened to stumble upon her bold strength and brilliant message.
I was told she was an organic wonder-teen and not “manufactured” or “created” by adults at all.
So, how can it be that a film crew was already there to film her every move — follow her everywhere — before anyone even knew who she was?
I’ll tell you how.
Because like everything else the Left does, Greta Thunberg is a “brand” that was developed and created by wealthy globalists who were looking for a way to breathe new life into the climate church. That’s my view.
I’m sure fundraising was down.
Check this out, from NewsPunch:
The film, tentatively titled “Greta,” was announced by Deadline on Monday for a 2020 Hulu premiere. Director Nathan Grossman has followed the young climate prodigy to the ends of the Earth, from her school-striking on the sidewalk in front of the Swedish Parliament, to the high seas aboard the $4M racing yacht Malizia II.
Grossman’s only other IMDB credit to date is a Swedish film titled “Köttets lustar” (or “Lusts of the Meat”), which, while it sounds pornographic, purports to be the story of one man “looking over his life as a carnivore.”
One might ask why, if Thunberg’s meteoric rise from her lonely sidewalk protests to hectoring the rulers of the world about her stolen future was as organic as it is presented, a documentary crew was already present to film her sitting alone on the pavement? It’s not like her parents have been trying to make her a celebrity since she was just 12 years old, only to have their exploitative TV show idea rejected by Swedish broadcaster SVT. Never mind, all that did happen.
Thunberg’s parents, opera singer Malena Ernman and actor Svante Thunberg, are both famous in their own right, and it’s not difficult to see how their connections might have expedited the process through which Thunberg became the ubiquitous symbol of climate change. Her rise has been meticulously choreographed, her school strike made famous on its first day by Ingmar Rentzhog of the climate change social network “We Don’t Have Time.” Rentzhog, already friends with Thunberg’s parents, has already been accused of using the girl’s image to raise millions of dollars for his company — making her a household name in the process.
A year later, her larger-than-life image graces four stories of a wall in San Francisco, cafeterias in Tel Aviv (where her disapproving gaze is supposed to shame eaters away from plastic utensils), and London’s Trafalgar Square, where an ice sculpture carved in her likeness was raised in October as a teaser for what a trio of “creatives” hope will be a permanent statue of the climate crusader. A colossus bestriding the English Channel can’t be far behind. (source: NewsPunch)
Think of it this way: Greta Thunberg is starring in a “climate reality show.”
Her parents have been trying to make their child famous for some time now, it appears — they even had a TV show idea for Greta, but it was rejected.
Have you ever seen young Greta Thunberg without a prepared script?
Watch the video below:
Clearly, this young person is being “handled” and controlled by adults.
Some liberals like to use kids to spread their messages, in my opinion — that way if anyone insults the message, they can silence them by accusing them of “attacking a child.”
Have you noticed as soon as these young people get too old to be “cute” and called a “kid,” they just kind of disappear?
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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