“Listen to experts, people.”
Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg is literally jealous of a virus.
She cannot accept the fact that she’s no longer relevant and that her long-term fight about perpetual good weather was forgotten the moment someone told people that maybe there was a more immediate threat to their safety.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is urging world leaders to act together to cope with crises and to listen to science experts.
The 17-year-old Swede says the climate crisis “may not be as immediate as the corona crisis but we need to tackle this now otherwise it will be irreversible.” She calls the virus outbreak “a tragedy.”
She says world leaders must put differences aside and make decisions that “in the long run may be necessary.”
She spoke during a conversation with Johan Rockstrom, co-director of Germany’s Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, in a live online event to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Many large cities are smog-free after shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Major cities have seen reductions of deadly particulate matter from the previous year.
Greta’s whole thing is literally just asking people to listen to experts, in multiple different ways.
She did that before the coronavirus craze, and she’s doing the same now.
All of her protests demanded that governments and regular people submit to “experts,” because all she ever wanted was to be a good girl and get the approval of these “expert” authority figures.
Countries have a chance to choose a new path as societies begin to return to normal after lockdowns imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, activist Greta Thunberg told an Earth Day event on Wednesday.
Thunberg, who shot to fame as a 15-year-old when she started skipping school on Fridays to protest over carbon emissions outside Sweden’s parliament building, said the outbreak showed the need for long-term thinking.
“Whether we like it not the world has changed, it looks completely different from how it did a few months ago and it will probably not look the same again and we are going to have to choose a new way forward,” she said.
“If one single virus can destroy economies in a matter of weeks, it shows we are not thinking long term and we are not taking these risks into account.”
The virus didn’t do anything.
What’s destroying Western economies is the insane response to the harmless virus where people are forced to stay locked up in their homes as if they were prisoners while entire businesses and jobs are destroyed.
This whole thing is a stupid manufactured event.
When was the last time that you heard of a global pandemic forcing people to become prisoners in their own homes?
She was taking part in a streamed event to mark Earth Day, launched 50 years ago to highlight environmental challenges.
Thunberg said, however, the current crisis underlined the importance of science in fighting threats to humanity.
“In a crisis you put your differences aside, you act, you go out in the unknown and take decisions that may not make much sense at the moment, but in the long run may be necessary for our common wellbeing,” she said.
If something doesn’t make much sense at the moment, chances are that it won’t make sense later.
The response to a pandemic is supposed to be based on facts and evidence, not on fear and hysteria.
If there are not enough facts and evidence to make sense of this lunatic “lockdown” idea at the moment, why are people forced to go through with it?
It would be nice if someone could ask these questions to Greta, but it is clear that she’s not interested in having a real conversation.
She’s just interested in making weird propaganda and being a celebrity.