Monday, December 2, 2019

Now Greta says it's NOT just about the Environment

So Greta continues to stagger across the globe with her clattering collection of caliginous horseshit. If only the media, the politicians, and the public had a brain!

The Greta story is the twenty-first-century version of the Emperor with no clothes except this time it's not about strutting around naked and having everyone go Ooo! and Ahhh! at the amazing wardrobe, it's about strutting around stupid and having your sycophants pretend you're some kind of second coming.

And now there's this. After having to tolerate her pissing and moaning about how news reports about really bad weather in the future have stolen her childhood, she turns around and says this!

"After all, the climate crisis is not just about the environment. It is a crisis of human rights, of justice, and of political will. Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all."

Really? So she finally admits it's "not just about the environment," and I totally agree with her there. It NEVER WAS just about the environment, if it was about the environment at all. It was all part of an intellectual package deal intended to usher in world socialism. And since the rest of the BS they use to sell socialism to the public generally requires a sub 80 IQ to buy into, "climate change" has supposedly been sanctified by "science."

Since it NEVER WAS just about the environment then it is much more likely to have been a classic bait-and-switch sales con. You think you're being sold climate stasis but what they really intend to deliver is socialism. Duh!

I would like to see her extract and quantize those various components of her "problem" to see the exact percentage of her life that was ruined by government and media brainwashing. I hope she includes the nightmare scenarios her loving parents filled her young mind with when they should have been reading "The Cat in the Hat" to her at bedtime instead of Stephen King and Al Gore novels.

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