March 14, 2020
Pictured: Greta Thunberg being concerned.
Shouldn’t we be encouraging the usage of fossil fuels to heat the planet to help fight against this coronavirus thing though?
Global warming can save lives.
Greta Thunberg has urged fellow climate activists to protest online and join her in a ‘digital strike’ as the number of coronavirus cases continue to escalate across the world.
The 17-year-old eco-warrior asked that her 4.1 million followers refrain from attending public gathering and instead unite behind the experts and science in order to ‘flatten the curve’ and slow the spread of the killer infection.
The figurehead of environmentalism from Sweden told protesters to keep their numbers low but their spirits high by posting a picture of themselves striking with a sign using the Twitter hashtag #ClimateStrikeOnline!’
Taking to social media the climate activist wrote: ‘We can’t solve a crisis without treating it as a crisis and we must unite behind experts and science. This of course goes for all crises.
‘Now the experts urge us to avoid big public gatherings for a better chance to #flattenthecurve and slow the spreading of the Coronavirus.
‘So I personally recommend that we do as the experts say. Especially in high-risk areas.
‘We young people are the least affected by this virus but it’s essential that we act in solidarity with the most vulnerable and that we act in the best interest of our common society.
‘The climate and ecological crisis is the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced but for now (of course depending on where you live) we’ll have to find new ways to create public awareness & advocate for change that don’t involve too big crowds – listen to local authorities.
‘So keep your numbers low but your spirits high and let’s take one week at the time.
‘You can join the #DigitalStrike for upcoming Fridays- post a photo of you striking with a sign and use the hashtag #ClimateStrikeOnline! #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike #schoolstrike4climate.’
Greta Thunberg has the solution to all problems: listen to experts.
Pictured: Greta Thunberg solving a climate-saving equation.
Her whole movement is one big appeal to authority.
She doesn’t really understand what she’s talking about. The rest of the kids in her climate army certainly don’t, either.
Pictured: Greta Thunberg being underdeveloped next to her minions.
What they’re all saying is, in essence: “I believe what my mommy tells me, so you should all listen to my mommy too and do what she says!”
Believe her mommy.
Using a Twitter hashtag to protest is pretty low spirits, by the way.
If she were a good commander, she’d be organizing raids to all major forums and comment sections.