I’m Always Trying To Help Out

Greta, Please ask an adult to read this to you. It might help you out.

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7 Responses to I’m Always Trying To Help Out

  1. KevinPaul says:

    Greta the Judas sheep!

    • John Francis says:

      At least she’s not going to have children.
      Won’t be able to screw up some beloved child with the garbage her parents dumped on her.
      There’s hope.
      And please get rid of 2 big dogs who are heating up the environment with their panting.
      Also eating a great deal of precious resources.
      And much methane out the discharge ends.

  2. MrGrimnasty says:

    So what if a few million people with a myriad of different motives from an honestly held but delusional belief to complete anarchists did turn out, that’s a tiny minority, and governments and democracy does not/should not operate like that.

    A small rabble that can’t get its own way so resorts to civil unrest and disruption is not a legitimate protest, it is blackmail, bordering on terrorism.

  3. TimC says:

    Maybe in a few years someone can read Eric Hoffer’s classic “The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements” to Greta. It explains how a sense of inner emptiness and joyless desperation drives people to join mass movements, jumping on every bandwagon that comes along. And that is the problem for Greta and the other climate figureheads: there is always another bandwagon coming. Climate alarmism is already getting a little timeworn, a little stale. The True Believers are starting to yawn and look around anxiously. What’s next?

    • GW Smith says:

      They will find something. Their hunger for crisis (meaning) is limitless.

    • MrGrimnasty says:

      Greta, and the drug-addled founder of XR – both have expressed exactly those sentiments of emptiness, loneliness, futility etc. and their found sense of purpose and a friendship group. They get addicted to the process of fighting a cause, any cause.

  4. gofer says:

    This is the tech startup behind Thunberg, “We Don’t Have Time.” It’s the Trip Advisor model being used. Gore is part of this, of course. There are corps like Ikea and Unilever on the Board. They are going after carbon offset market among other schemes of advertising and marketing “sustainable” whatever.

    “The tech company is banking on creating a massive member base of “conscious users” that will enable “profitable commercial collaborations, for example, advertising”:

    “Decision makers – politicians, companies, organizations, states – get a climate rating based on their ability to live up to the users’ initiative. Knowledge and opinion gather in one place and users put pressure on decision makers to drive a faster change.”

    “The main sources of revenue come from commercial players who have received high climate rating and confidence in the We Don’t Have Times member base.[2]

    … The revenue model will resemble the social platform of TripAdvisor.com’s business model, which with its 390 million users annually generates over $ 1 billion in good profitability…We will work with strategic partners such as Climate Reality leaders, climate organizations, bloggers, influencers and leading experts in the field.”

    The Manufacturing of Greta Thunberg:

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