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    A rough day for the Holy Anuna. Or: when a "climate child" leaves her bubble and meets reality.

    She went to Pukkelpop, one of the biggest summer festivals in Flanders, and got on stage for her "Clap for climate" tour. She does this to invite the audience to clap, because supposedly this somehow serves the climate. It went nowhere, lol, the partygoers booed her off the stage - not for the first time during her tour either. Later on, on thursday night, when she was sleeping in her tent with her friends, Flemish nationalists who were present at the festival carrying lots of Flemish flags threw urine bottles at her, messed with her tent and yelled all sorts of things at her - at least that's what she said. She couldn't identify anyone so she can't/won't go to the police and left the festival, dismayed, even though it had only just begun and she had a ticket for another day. There certainly are lots of Flemish nationalists present on Pukkelpop and people here are fed up with the cheap emotional blackmail the left resorts to.

    The media are taking the side of the witch, of course, the regime protects its poster children. The organisation of the festival is now removing all Flemish flags from the scene because "politics have no place on Pukkelpop, especially no extreme opinions". This is the same organisation which hosts the Holy Anuna's Clap for Climate charade, a political action people merely reacted to and didn't approve of. It's progressives inserting their agendas everywhere, as usual.

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    I feel sorry for her. Its the adults that are handling her that piss me off.

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    Both of those spoiled girls are the product of the old aristocracy that resulted in America being settled by European malcontents. And now one of those programmed brats is headed over here to tell us 'uncultured' Americans we're doin' it all wrong.

    Well, she might be welcome in Jew York. But, outside of certain liberal centers, she sure wouldn't be welcome where I live.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LillyCaterina View Post
    Both of those spoiled girls are the product of the old aristocracy
    I doubt that either of these girls are from aristocratic/old money families. It is more likely that there parents belong to the bobo-class.
    The sense of honor is of so fine and delicate a nature that
    it is only to be met with in minds which are naturally noble or
    cultivated by good examples and a refined education.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroeneWolf View Post
    I doubt that either of these girls are from aristocratic/old money families. It is more likely that there parents belong to the bobo-class.
    Right.

    Her mother, Malena Ernman, is a Swedish opera singer and her father is actor Svante Thunberg.


    Plus her grandfather is actor and director Olof Thunberg.

    Hardly old aristocrats (or noble people)... but I assume they come along quite well.

    Lots of artists in that family; ones who have not (''needed'') done real work for their livings. Life like that in cities with around same spiritual people? Too much (free)time for intellectual idealistic discussions concerning everything between Earth and Sky? Add that some wine etc. to loose the control (encouraging wild out of the box thinking) => the bohemian ideas can flame in circumstances like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GroeneWolf View Post
    I doubt that either of these girls are from aristocratic/old money families. It is more likely that there parents belong to the bobo-class.
    Thanks for providing that link.

    "Bobo-Class). Yup! That pretty much describes the new "Don't live as I do. Live as I tell you to." cadre of trendy, spoiled, sanctimonious do-gooders.

    However, the video I watched about Greta travelling by yacht to America, referred to the Captain of the vessel as her father.

    "Thunberg was offered a place on the high-speed yacht while searching for the most eco-friendly way to travel to the event. She will make the crossing with her father, captain Boris Hermann, a member of the Monaco Royal family and a Swedish documentary maker."


    Anyway, I'm not one of her adoring fans.
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    Well, her father is obviously not a member of the Royal family of Monaco. There might be some people of such a background supporting her. But that does not change that these girls are themselves not from such a background. Neither are most of the liberal elites from the American West and East coasts .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech
    Saint Greta has leveled up - she's now officially as important as Christ within Christianity.
    Church of Sweden Shamed for Hailing Girl With Asperger's as 'Jesus's Successor'



    Source: Sputniknews

    Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has had the distinction of being proclaimed the Messiah's successor by none other than Swedish Church, which has made many of her compatriots see red.

    The unconventional Twitter habits of Limhamn Church in Skåne County has once again put it into the spotlight, prompting allegations of blasphemy.

    This time, the Church, whose previous tweets included highly unbiblical words like 'pussy' and tirades against the re-militarisation of Gotland Island, appointed 15-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg in a Christmas tweet.

    'Announcement! Jesus of Nazareth has now appointed a successor, namely Greta Thunberg', Limhamn Church tweeted to later add that Thunberg, who rose to international fame for her habit of missing classes in order to protest against climate change outside the Swedish parliament, is a 'great model for all of us'.

    The unorthodox ways of the Church have prompted an array of strong reactions among members of the congregation and ordinary Swedes alike.

    While some ironically noted that this indeed was a 'heavy burden' for the poor girl to carry, others were less supportive.

    'You're mocking Christianity. I'm leaving the Church of Sweden tomorrow', one angry bluntly voiced his discontent.

    'Christianity says: give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's. When you mix religion and politics in this way, it's clear that the Church of Sweden is no longer for Christianity', Jesper Lindstén tweeted. He also added that exactly this sort of interference has given us crusades, witch trials, pogroms, abortion bans, etc.

    'No. She's totally not. She is an uneducated, indoctrinated child, greatly misused by her parents. You should really understand it better before putting more wood to this fire. Have you completely lost your judgement?' Nina Möller tweeted.

    Many users subscribed to this opinion, venturing that Thunberg was 'cynically exploited by adults' and is used as a 'battering ram' in the climate debate.

    'I am still a member of the Swedish Church and can guarantee you that she cannot be considered a role model. It's a screwed adult world that pushes the girl to the forefront. Tragic in many ways!' Lasse Bredberg tweeted.

    'Churchill is a great model. Reagan is a great model. Thunberg is merely a child who should go to school', Christian Democrat Christoffer Andersson tweeted.

    On the other hand, many Swedes expressed their support for Thunberg's 'brave' standpoint, lauding the Church for its commitment.

    Charlotte Frycklund, a priest working with social media in the Church of Sweden, pointed out that humour is an 'important spiritual tool'.

    'Humour is something the Church should use, without hurting anyone', Frycklund told natinal broadcaster SVT, recalling an instance when the Church of Sweden came under fire for tweeting about Taco Friday. Still, she called the social media an 'exciting new ground'.

    Greta Thunberg is a Swedish climate activist, known for her strikes outside the Riksdag in Stockholm under the slogan 'School Strike for the climate'. By her own admission, she made this decision following unprecedented forest fires that hit Sweden amid this past summer's heatwave. She is the daughter of Swedish opera singer Malena Ernman and actor Svante Thunberg. She has been diagnosed with Asperger's. Her strikes gained worldwide attention, with similar protests organised in countries like Holland, Germany, Finland, Denmark, and Australia.

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    The blessed Kyra, long may she be jealous, massively backstabbed the holy Anuna! She told the cops that Anuna was sleeping when their group of climate activists were harassed "by people with Flemish flags" at the Pukkelpop festival, and didn't notice a thing as she slept throughout the whole episode.



    She went even further, pointing out she didn't think it was a big deal, and insinuated that the cops should rather investigate rape cases at festivals. The teenage drama continues ...
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    In the wake of the Fridays for Future grew another, more radical movement "Extinction Rebellion" (XR), gathering all the activists from dying movements like Occupy. Initiated by Roger Hallam, an organic farmer from Wales, it spread quickly around the globe.

    Here's an article about the German sub-branche

    XR versteht sich nicht als aktivistische Elite, sondern als Sammlungsbewegung, die alle Menschen mit ausgebreiteten Armen empfängt. Nachdem XR-Aktivisten der ersten Stunde am 31. Oktober 2018 auf dem Londoner Parliament Square eine "Rebellion gegen die Regierung" ausgerufen haben, ist die Bewegung nach eigenen Aussagen in Dutzende Länder expandiert, darunter die Salomonen im Südpazifik und die USA, und im Begriff, sich neben Fridays for Future als zweiter Arm einer neuen globalen Klimabewegung zu etablieren.

    {...}

    Leute wie sie will Extinction Rebellion an diesem Wochenende rekrutieren. Das Event in Hamburg nennt sich Rebell*innenschmiede, natürlich mit Gendersternchen. Die erste Ortsgruppe in Deutschland gründete sich Ende des vergangenen Jahres, heute sollen es hierzulande schon 50 sein.

    {...}

    Dass Extinction Rebellion so verschiedene Leute anzieht, ist Programm und hat System. Die britischen XR-Vordenker um den Aktivisten und Öko-Landwirt Roger Hallam nehmen für sich in Anspruch, sie hätten alle möglichen sozialen Bewegungen der Vergangenheit studiert. Welche Taktiken haben funktioniert, welche nicht? Woran zerbrechen Gruppen? Was muss man tun, um die Bevölkerung für sich zu gewinnen? Aus seinen Erkenntnissen hat Hallam ein 80-seitiges Traktat destilliert, von dem einer der erfahreneren Aktivisten in Hamburg sagt: "Das ist jetzt nicht unsere Bibel, aber..."
    Source (just spam it into google translate, it's well worth a read)

    Roger Hallam's website https://www.rogerhallam.com/

    from wiki

    Hallam was previously an organic farmer in Wales; he attributes the destruction of his business to a series of extreme weather events.[4]

    Between at least 2017 and early 2019 he was studying for a PhD in civil disobedience at King's College London,[5] researching how to achieve social change through radical movements.[6]

    In January 2017, in an action to urge King's College London to divest from fossil fuels, Hallam and another person, using water-soluble chalk-based spray paint,[4] painted "Divest from oil and gas", "Now!" and "Out of time" on the university's Strand campus entrance.[7][5] They were arrested in February when they again spray painted the university's Great Hall,[7] charged by the state with criminal damage and fined £500.[8] In May 2019, after a three day trial at Southwark Crown Court, they were cleared by a jury of all charges, having argued in their defence that their actions were a proportionate response to the climate crisis.[5] In March 2017, Hallam went on hunger strike to demand the university divest from fossil fuels—the institution had millions of pounds invested in fossil fuels but no investment in renewable energy.[8] Five weeks after the first protest, the university removed £14m worth of investments from fossil fuel companies and pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025.[4][9]

    Hallam is a co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, with Gail Bradbrook and Simon Bramwell
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Hallam_(activist)

    So, there we go.
    Where is the money coming from? Given the article series named "Global Society" from the Spiegel, the Gates Foundation supports at least the "journalistic work" for the promotion of such movements. I bet one does not need to dig deep to find one or another Soros Foundation, like with Friday for Future...
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