December 6, 2019
Just look at that jaw. Those eyes. Those wrinkles.
Elayna Carausu (left in the picture above) is 10 years older than Greta Thunberg but looks much more youthful and healthier next to her.
In fact, Greta doesn’t even look female.
Then there’s that old picture of her from 1898 raising questions about her true nature.
Is she really 16?
Is she even human?
Greta Thunberg arrived in Madrid clutching her ‘climate strike’ protest sign on Friday, as she prepares to lead marchers at a UN summit taking place in the city.
The 16-year-old was pictured at Chamartin Railway Station in the Spanish capital shortly before 9am, having travelled for 10 hours by train from Lisbon.
If she’s really 16 and already looks like this:
What is she going to look like when she’s 30?
Her looks are not really doing the vegan diet a favor. But then again, the looks of most vegans don’t do the vegan diet any favors.
Having all of these prematurely aged and unhealthy looking people telling you that the vegan diet is healthy for you and good for the environment is comic, to say the least.
It comes after she spent three weeks sailing to the Portuguese capital from the US on board a catamaran – shunning air travel because of the environmental impact.
Thunberg, whose weekly demonstrations outside Stockholm’s parliament have morphed into a global protest movement, will demand that world leaders take bolder steps to tackle the world’s climate crisis.
After leaving the station she climbed into an electric car and was driven to an undisclosed location alongside father Svante.
The COP25 summit in Madrid opened on Monday, with 200 countries pledging a ‘green revolution’ on the first day.
Her Highness is getting free yacht and electric car rides left and right, yet she adopts a self-righteous and hateful attitude towards evil climate-harming commoners.
There’s no sign of the Friday climate strikes stopping anytime soon, so we’re going to see a lot more of this little freak soon.
Greta missed last Friday’s climate strikes as heavy winds delayed her arrival to Lisbon, but she is due to join thousands of activists marching in Madrid this week on the fringes of the COP25.
The two-week gathering kicked off on Monday with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warning that the planet had reached a ‘point of no return’.
Top priorities include establishing a common time frame for countries to implement their national climate commitment plans, and resolving the issue of international carbon markets – the only aspect of the Paris rule book which delegates failed to agree on at last year’s COP24 in Poland.
The whole Climate Apocalypse boogeyman has persuaded the younger generations that it is in their best interest to take action against their best interests, and now we have an army of kids rallying every week behind Greta’s banner, demanding that our countries kill their economies so that the third world can “catch up” to us.
They are convinced that every unexpected and undesired behavior of the weather is the consequence of humans eating meat, driving cars, and doing stuff.
To them, everything that happens to the climate that doesn’t conform to their idea of what the climate should be like is the consequence of Climate Change.
Their position is — very conveniently — one that can’t be challenged.