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    Another teenager gave a very similar speech over 20 years ago.
    Our beauty is our power, our strength. We can’t allow them to change us, to lessen us. I will never grant them that satisfaction, and neither should you!

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    And here it is, the original Greta Speech.

    Greta Thunberg's speech to UN strangely resembles a 1992 UN speech by 12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki

    Well, at least the climate hysterics are practicing recycling. Or repeating a pattern of child abuse, exploiting young minds and souls for their political benefit, if you will. Or maybe it is just a matter of running out of ideas and realizing that since they are peddling fear, nobody could better instill alarm than a threatened, vulnerable child.

    Whatever the motives, it is clear that Miss Thunberg's publicity stunt ocean voyage (on a royal yacht) and appearance at the U.N. was following a script written more than a quarter-century ago. And it is no secret. This 1992 video of then-12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki addressing the U.N. Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, titled "The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes," has had almost 32 million views on YouTube:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...lissuzuki.html
    Ein Leben ist nichts, deine Sprosse sind alles
    Aller Sturm nimmt nichts, weil dein Wurzelgriff zu stark ist
    und endet meine Frist, weiss ich dass du noch da bist
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    Some more news from the Extinction Rebellion Cult.

    Or shouldnt we say that? Hmm





    Yeah, it's a cult...

    Quote Originally Posted by Emily Grossman, XR
    We believe that the continued governmental inaction over the climate and ecological crisis now justifies peaceful and non-violent protest and direct action, even if this goes beyond the bounds of the current law

    “We therefore support those who are rising up peacefully against governments around the world that are failing to act proportionately to the scale of the crisis
    Global Warming Costume Cult Calls for Civil Disobedience if Global Socialism Is Not Implemented Immediately

    Specially "funny" this dance performance: https://twitter.com/XRebellionAus/st...14123071840257
    Which goes to show just how much people are ready to make a monkey of themselves for 400 bucks a week. Add a few and they're a full grown army of radical leftwing legionaires for the New World Order.

    Achja, you can study civil disobedience (or: how to become a professional rebel) in universities around the globe. Just in case anyone wonders where the masses of wannabe rebels come from...

    Change never comes easy. Read on to learn about civil disobedience, its origins, tactics used in non-violent protest, and examples of civil disobedience throughout history.

    Definition of Civil Disobedience

    Throughout history, there have been innumerable instances of people protesting governments to express their desires for change. Unfortunately, sometimes these expressions of displeasure with the status quo take a violent turn. There have been plenty of non-violent protests as well. Staged sit-ins, marches, blockades, and hunger strikes have all be tactics used to raise awareness about issues that are taking place in society.

    Non-violent demonstrations such as these are known as civil disobedience. Civil disobedience, also known as passive or non-violent resistance, is defined as purposely disobeying the law based on moral or political principles. Civil disobedient acts manifest as peaceful and nonviolent protests. They are crimes but they differ in that the individual committing the illegal act is knowingly doing so in the hopes of making a political, social, or economical change.

    Origin and History

    The term 'civil disobedience' originated with the works of Henry David Thoreau. In 1848, Thoreau used the phrase in an essay to describe his decision to refuse paying a state poll tax enacted by the U.S. government that would fund a war in Mexico and enforce the Fugitive Slave Law. Though 1848 was the first time the term was used, the act of disobeying laws as a means of protest is far, far older. Instances of the concept are found in Socrates work, the age-old belief in Indian duty or dharma, in the expressions of St. Thomas Aquinas of the Middle Ages, and even in the arguments of John Locke late in the 17th century.

    One of the most famous and well-supported instances of long-term civil disobedience can be found with Gandhi and his work in the early 1900s to fight for the civil rights of Indian immigrants in South Africa. When Gandhi began his movement for equality in 1906, he had not yet read Thoreau's essay and instead termed the acts as satyagraha, or firmness in adhering to truth. Because his goals were based in a desire for moral and societal change as Thoreau described, Gandhi would later equate the two concepts.

    Tactics and Examples

    Acts of civil disobedience can manifest in any number of ways, though there are several rather popular demonstrations that have been used in non-violent protest. Hunger strikes, sit-ins or sit-downs, the Freedom Rides, and marches have all be effective displays of civil disobedience in American history.

    A hunger strike is when one or more individuals refuse to eat in the hopes that awareness will be raised about a perceived injustice. Hunger strikes are a form of protest that may be used where fewer personal freedoms are available, such as within the prison system.
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    Emily Grossman XR
    Funny how often these sort of names crop up with anything like this

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    Well.. she did't win Nobel peace prize 2019 opposite to many people thoughts.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/gret...9-10?r=US&IR=T

    The winner:

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    I don't like seeing people mock Greta. She is a Germanic woman and I don't like seeing Germanic women mocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerikaner View Post
    I don't like seeing people mock Greta. She is a Germanic woman and I don't like seeing Germanic women mocked.
    Well, at least not me ... meaning: I don't mock her. And I'm not doing that because she is Swedes, but because she is dealing with important matters. Yes, those are not the only important matters in the world, and yes ... she might bring them out bit wrong ways ... but still ... better that those are talked than not at all. Discussion is good. Silence is bad.

    Now well ... of course somebodies uses her, but who in the end (who is in publicity) is not used? What I don't like in hers case are:
    1.) She is too young.
    2.) She is too weak. (she has more than enough personality challengers for one human being)
    ... to handle matters, pressures & publicity like this one.

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    Greta Thunberg Poses as Herself to 'Scare Climate Crisis Deniers' , Sparks Twitter Halloween Frenzy



    Source: Sputniknews

    The teenage Swedish climate activist claimed she scared her critics enough as she is, without having to wear a costume. By contrast, many others dressed up as Greta Thunberg.

    This Halloween, 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg sparked reactions by posting a black-and-white photograph of herself with her trademark school strike placard.



    While stressing that she did not celebrate Halloween in Sweden, she thought that she “might give it a try” this year. The school strike movement figurehead claimed she scared “a bunch of angry climate crisis deniers” as she were, without even having to dress up, hence her usual look.

    In response, her numerous fans started posting photographs of themselves or their children dressed up as Gretas, with mock pigtails and the very same placard that made her famous.





    ​Even men tried to mimic Greta's look with yellow anorak and rubber boots.



    Some went so far as posting photographs of dogs dressed as Gretas.







    Greta Thunberg jumped the spotlight in 2018 owing to her solitary protest against climate change on the steps of the Swedish parliament in Stockholm. This year, she became an international celebrity, amassing a plethora of awards and repeatedly making headlines.

    This year, her fame peaked with a strikingly antagonistic speech on climate change at the UN General Assembly, in which she accused world leaders of “stealing her childhood and her dreams”. Nevertheless, she narrowly missed this year Nobel Peace Prize, despite being seen as a favourite.

    Still, she remains a divisive figure – a hero for some, a puppet for others.
    “Remember that all worlds draw to an end and that noble death is a treasure which no-one is too poor to buy.” - C. S. Lewis, The Last Battle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerikaner View Post
    I don't like seeing people mock Greta. She is a Germanic woman and I don't like seeing Germanic women mocked.
    They deserve to be mocked, stop being a whiteknight.

    Germanic fathers failed to raise their daughters in a right way since 1945.

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