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Climate change poster child says the climate crisis doesn’t exist


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There is nothing like live television interviews when it comes to uncovering Freudian gems very often passed over by the mainstream media.

We have seen plenty of ‘slip-ups’ shared across different social media platforms recently, including some of the best from one of our Australian politicians, Chief Health Officers, and Health Ministers relating to the current alleged pandemic.

But this interview, which has had over 33,000 views on YouTube, seems to have quietly slipped under the MSM radar.

In the live interview with MSNBC’s The Mehdi Hasan Show on 7 March 2021 climate change poster-child Greta Thunberg let the cat out of the bag.

While being interviewed about her thoughts on American President Bidens action toward climate change, Thunberg said she did not have the “mandate” to give him a score but the evidence of the President doing a poor job was there in “black and white” when “looking at the facts.”

Hasan then asked her, “If he [Biden] was to ring you up and say Greta what should I do?” what her response would be.

Thunberg, in an uncharacteristically unpreaching manner, defended the importance of democracy and the democratic process stating that she would never “say anything to Biden as it would be undemocratic,” and that the people should raise these issues.

The climate activist’s response at around 2 minutes and 40 seconds into the interview revealed the Freudian bombshell that would solidify the suspicions of climate crisis deniers all over the world.

In her response, she said “I would just tell him [Biden] to tell the situation as it is because I mean, yeah, you could say I meet with a lot of world leaders, and they say I can’t do anything because I don’t have the support from voters. Well, how can you expect support and pressure from voters if you are not treating the crisis like a crisis? Since the climate crisis doesn’t exist how can we expect people to want climate action.”

And there it was – Gasp – the climate crisis apparently does not exist!

The 19-year-old who was named TIME Person of the Year in 2019 and who has been credited with leading the next generation in advocating for climate change, seemed completely oblivious to what may or may not have been a gaffe.

Thunberg’s apparent admission seemed to slip ‘straight through to the keeper’ as Hasan noted Thunberg had made a fair point before carrying on with the interview.

The teenager who has been a long-time activist and advocate has no doubt been a useful tool to help advance the climate change agenda.

She first rose to notoriety in 2018 while protesting outside of the Swedish parliament demanding action from world leaders to meet agreed carbon emissions targets and is most recognised globally for saying “You all come to us young people for hope. How dare you! You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,” in a foot-stomping address to the United Nations in 2019.

There are numerous media sources and climate change deniers who early on claimed to identify the cracks in the climate change theory, believing Thunberg to be a manipulated pawn used to service the climate change agenda of the elite.

Following Thunberg’s UN speech in September 2019 National wrote an article Don’t Listen to Greta Thunberg. The article explored the use of Thunberg’s youth saying kids are ‘powerful pawns’ that have a ‘seductive political appeal’ that is not widely criticized in terms of the reality of our climate position of the time, nor in terms of adults looking to children for guidance on political issues.

The article went on to add “Of course, the adults they listen to don’t tell them [the kids] any of this. Instead, they feed the kids a diet of apocalyptic warnings that children repeat back as if they were urgent insights.”

Another UK news publication Metro News also produced a piece in 2019 Greta Thunberg is an ‘ignorant brainwashed child being abused by adults’, says Corbyn’s brother.  In the article, it was said that Piers Corbyn a climate change denier had ‘tweeted a  BBC News article about the teenager’s visit to the UK telling MPs they need to ‘listen to climate scientists.’

Piers, who has been previously charged with causing a nuisance following protests opposing public health measures outside of a UK vaccination centre, and who has been labelled a conspiracy theorist by several mainstream publications; had previously claimed the climate change crisis and global warming were a hoax to push up fuel prices.

In the Metro, article Piers was quoted as having tweeted “Listening to an ignorant brainwashed child is deranged. I am an actual scientist of physics Meteorology, astrophysics, and climate and say @GretaThunberg is wrong and suffers mental abuse by manipulative adults.”

Whatever your take is on global climate change theory, Thunberg’s interview with MSNBC last month leaves us with several burning questions. Are we really in the grip of a climate crisis, or is it a case of climate engineering and fearmongering fuelled by agenda?

I will leave that for you to decide.



  1. Canute set his throne by the sea shore and commanded the incoming tide to halt and not wet his feet and robes. Yet “continuing to rise as usual [the tide] dashed over his feet and legs without respect to his royal person. Then the king leapt backwards, saying: ‘Let all men know how empty and worthless is the power of kings, for there is none worthy of the name, but He whom heaven, earth, and sea obey by eternal laws.'” He then hung his gold crown on a crucifix, and never wore it again “to the honour of God the almighty King”.

  2. I think it’s a stretch to interpret what she said as an admission that there is no climate crisis. I don’t think there is one, but still, if we go too hard on this, the climate nazis will have fun with it. I think that in the context of what she was saying – that if the leaders don’t treat the crisis like it is a crisis and not do anything about it – then the perception of the public will also be that there is no crisis, and therefore they won’t be bothered to support any climate action. She didn’t express that very clearly, but to be fair, English is her 2nd language.

  3. It seems to me Thunberg’s comment was that if people don’t believe in climate change, it is impossible to ask them for a reaction to it.

  4. She is partially autistic, MIND CONTROLLED and goes everywhere with her ‘handler”, how could you expect the truth from someone so stupid and naive who is carefully programmed.


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