Greta Thunberg Is Back with a Rant Against Woke Leaders

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says he thought world leaders would have grown “kind of sick” of “global warming guru” Greta Thunberg turning up and criticizing them. But apparently not.

Ms. Thunberg attended a global warming conference in Austria where she addressed world leaders and again lambasted them for their still unsatisfactory responses to climate change.

“Greta Thunberg is just 18, but she’s been appointed a global warming guru … by adults who find her useful in scaring people. But I thought this shtick was kind of worn out now,” he said.

“I also thought that the world leaders would get kind of sick of having her turn up and not praise them but smash them – how dare you. Whatever you do it’s not enough. It’s never going to be enough for her.

“She abuses these woke leaders because no one else will listen or put up with it.”

Bolt is right. Nobody needs a whiny young girl telling them how they hate the environment and are causing the temperature to escalate and melt the icebergs.

How is this even news? Apparently “climate justice” continues to be a top “threat” to the world, so let’s send Thunberg to give global leaders a smackdown.

Seriously? As if 2021 isn’t wacky enough, we have kids yelling at government leaders about recycling–and the audience applauds. You have to see it to believe it in the latest from Sky News.

 

 


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