We’ve mentioned before that Greta Thunberg is perhaps better thought of as Violet Elizabeth Bott.
I’ll thcream and thcream ’till I’m thick, or perhaps I’ll hold my breath until I turn blue.
…if you don’t change your CO2 spewing ways.
We’re also aware that the lass has a few unfortunate afflictions to ally with her entire and whole ignorance on the subject of climate change, what has been done about it and what needs to be. Thus:
To be polite about Greta Thunberg’s activism turning over global society to a monomaniac autist is possibly not all that wise. To be impolite running the world according to the dictates of a teenage nutter might not work out well.
We’ve now further evidence that she is in fact a nutter:
According to her mother Malena Ernman (48), 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg can see CO2 with the naked eye. She writes that in the book ‘Scenes from the heart. Our life for the climate’, which she wrote with her family.
Greta was diagnosed as a child with obsessive-compulsive disorder and Asperger’s syndrome, just like her younger sister Beata. The activist also has a photographic memory. She knows all the capitals by heart and can list all the chemical elements of the periodic table within one minute. In addition, she has another gift according to her mother. “Greta is able to see what other people cannot see,” writes Malena Ernman in the book. “She can see carbon dioxide with the naked eye. She sees how it flows out of chimneys and changes the atmosphere in a landfill.”
“My daughter can see CO2 with the naked eye”
“Greta is able to see what other people cannot see,” writes Malena Ernman in the book. “She can see carbon dioxide with the naked eye. She sees how it flows out of chimneys and changes the atmosphere in a landfill.”
Who wants to bet that claim is dropped from the English translation of that book? Because while turning society over to a teenage nutter is unlikely to work out well us all knowing she’s a nutter is going to mean we won’t so turn over, isn’t it? And that’s not the point at all.