Meet The Guardian’s newest opinion columnist – Greta Thunberg. Or as I like to call her, “Greeta Toonbearg.”
If you’re wondering why a mentally retarded teenager is writing op-eds for one of the world’s most read news sites, then I would reply that she probably didn’t actually write it, because she is mentally retarded.
(She is literally retarded.)
Greta writes for The Guardian:
The UN secretary general, António Guterres, called the recent IPCC report on the climate crisis a “code red” for humanity. “We are at the verge of the abyss,” he said.
You might think those words would sound some kind of alarm in our society. But, like so many times before, this didn’t happen. The denial of the climate and ecological crisis runs so deep that hardly anyone takes real notice any more. Since no one treats the crisis like a crisis, the existential warnings keep on drowning in a steady tide of greenwash and everyday media news flow.
And yet there is still hope, but hope all starts with honesty.
Because science doesn’t lie. The facts are crystal clear, but we just refuse to accept them. We refuse to acknowledge that we now have to choose between saving the living planet or saving our unsustainable way of life. Because we want both. We demand both.
But the undeniable truth is that we have left it too late for that. And no matter how uncomfortable that reality may seem, this is exactly what our leaders have chosen for us with their decades of inaction. Their decades of blah, blah, blah.
Science doesn’t lie. If we are to stay below the targets set in the 2015 Paris agreement – and thereby minimise the risks of setting off irreversible chain reactions beyond human control – we need immediate, drastic, annual emission reductions unlike anything the world has ever seen. And since we don’t have the technological solutions which alone will do anything close to that in the foreseeable future, it means we have to make fundamental changes to our society.
We are currently on track for at least a 2.7C hotter world by the end of the century – and that’s only if countries meet all the pledges that they have made. Currently they are nowhere near doing that. We are “seemingly light years away from reaching our climate action targets”, to once again quote Guterres.
The truth is there are no climate leaders. Not yet. At least not among high-income nations. The level of public awareness and the unprecedented pressure from the media that would be required for any real leadership to appear is still basically nonexistent.
Science doesn’t lie, nor does it tell us what to do. But it does give us a picture of what needs to be done. We are of course free to ignore that picture and remain in denial. Or to go on hiding behind clever accounting, loopholes and incomplete statistics. As if the atmosphere would care about our frameworks. As if we could argue with the laws of physics.
The clock is ticking. Summits keep happening. Emissions keep growing. Who will that leader be?
Obviously, what she means when she says “the science doesn’t lie” is that anyone claiming to be doing science must be believed, no matter what. Assuming, of course, that they are endorsed by the media, the United Nations, and various globalist organizations.
If this view sounds retarded, it’s because Greta Thunberg is literally mentally retarded.
That isn’t just some talking point, or a joke – she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s. She’s also been diagnosed with various mental illnesses and is on a cocktail of psychiatric drugs.
She does not write her own tweets, her own op-eds, or her own speeches. What she does is go around acting very emotional, while serving as a channel for these ideas that the globalists are pressing.
It’s not totally dissimilar to when temple prostitutes would serve as oracles of the gods.
The biggest difference was that the temple prostitutes were not mentally retarded.