Stolen Childhood

Greta Thunberg travels the world on million dollar yachts and says her childhood was stolen by climate change.

Meanwhile, on this date in 1929 the New York Times reported drought and famine in China forced children to be locked up in their homes, because parents were afraid the children would be eaten by hungry neighbors.

Parents Afraid to LetChildren Go Out. Missionaries Report on Famine. – The New York Times

h/t Don Penim

Meanwhile child slaves in Africa mine the cobalt for the electric cars Greta is promoting.

Apple and Google named in US lawsuit over Congolese child cobalt mining deaths | Global development | The Guardian

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6 Responses to Stolen Childhood

  1. KevinPaul says:

    Poor Greta can’t help being born to Luciferian parents, who being of the “enlightened” class, couldn’t care less about the children of the profane. The more aborted and expired early, the better for Baal.

  2. Russell Cook says:

    Never lose sight of the simple fact that Greta was taught what she knows, and repeats it without question. If given the opportunity to explain how she learned what she knows entirely on her own, I highly doubt that she would be able to give the world a plausible narrative of how that might have happened. It’s far more likely that she would refuse to answer the question, and/or refuse to answer a question about what she knows about science positions held by AGW skeptics. As I implied in my Sept 2019 GelbspanFiles blog post, the mission — should any objective investigative reporter choose to accept it — is to ask:

    “What was Greta Thunberg Taught, and Who Taught Her about It?”

  3. oldefarte says:

    Greta Thunberg? Is she still alive? Oh, I know she got a lot of play back in the Orange Man Bad days, but her staying power as a symbol of environmental consciousness seems a bit weak. Too bad she can’t sing or play soccer or something, you know, to give her some broader appeal than just being a scold does. I mean, not like they can glam her up much and any work they’ve done on her personality doesn’t seem to be shining through. No, I’m afraid that dowdy young women don’t a cultural icon make and I suspect Greta’s days as an idol are numbered. Of course, she DID get a pretty cool childhood out of it. Wish I’d had mine “stolen” like that.

  4. Dave N says:

    I guess Einstein didn’t consider that alarmist hypocrisy might outweigh human stupidity, though I guess the two are very closely related

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    In a way she’s right. Her childhood has been stolen by what I’d call Climate Change™.
    Her parents are green activists, and their indoctrination of her with green lies has stolen her childhood.

  6. Dave says:

    Greta has been taught that a good lie will with you a lot more than a whole heap of truth. Who said smart can’t be nasty too.

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