Greta Thunberg has become the face of the Climate Change movement, being given every opportunity to make speeches of growing intensity rebuking world leaders about their inaction on adopting CO2 reduction schemes. Why are certain people given the loudest microphone on the world stage while others have no chance to have their voices heard?
Before we start, I want to make it clear that this article is not intended to challenge the notion that human beings, and in particular industrial forces whose main source of energy is founded on the burning of fossil fuels, are directly responsible for the degradation of the planet and its natural ecosystems.
The harmful effects of air pollution, water pollution, deforestation, soil degradation, and a host of other effects on both human and planetary health are very real and impossible to ignore, and urgently need to be addressed by the global community.
More specifically to the subject at hand here, this article is not intended to be a criticism of Greta Thunberg, her true motives, or the agenda of the people around her, including her parents. I have no informed opinion on this matter. What I want to speak about is much broader and more far-reaching than an examination of a particular individual and her influence on a single matter. What I want to speak about is the clear and repetitive pattern that infallibly evidences itself to careful observers of the struggle for control over geopolitical narratives.
It’s not as though politicians avail themselves very readily to public dress-downs from “independent” citizens. One would think, if Greta is being given so much chance to rebuke leaders over forecasts of tragedies that have not even come to pass, that children who have directly experienced real-life tragedies would get the opportunity to chastise our leaders as well. So let’s pose the questions: Of course not. Because all of these crimes are crimes of the globalists and serve their agenda. Hence, the globalists will always do their best to make sure these voices, that would testify on horrific first-hand, real-life experiences, are never heard. But if, like Greta Thunberg, you are pushing a mass-media fueled globalist agenda, and have what it takes to inspire marches and impact geopolitical discourse because you are perceived by the general public as sincere and untainted by external forces, then you will indeed be handed the biggest microphone and given dramatic license to paint a picture arising from unsubstantiated speculations that you have no first-hand experience of:
“People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing, we are in the beginning of a mass extinction...” — Greta Thunberg, 2019 UN Climate Action Summit
Sorry if I don’t consider Greta Thunberg an authority on these matters. Greta’s talents do not lie in being a researcher or a scientist, much as there is somewhat of a perception that she has ‘done the research.’ She is far more like a politician, with a mind able to frame a narrative and be persuasive about the validity of that narrative. Oh, she can parrot statistics handed to her about how much CO2 emissions should be reduced to meet arbitrary targets by what year, but pressed about the science that supposedly links CO2 to global warming, she can say little more than ‘the science is the science,’ and expect everybody to agree with her that the matter is settled. This despite commentary from the IPCC scientists themselves, whom she considers to be the authority on the matter, stating the unreality of these claims:
None of the studies cited above has shown clear evidence that we can attribute the observed (climate) changes to the specific cause of increases in greenhouse gases...
No study to date has positively attributed all or part (of observed climate change) to anthropogenic (i.e. man-made) causes...
Any claims of positive detection of significant climate change are likely to remain controversial until uncertainties in the natural variability of the climate system are reduced.
– IPCC 2nd Assessment Report 1995
The climate system is a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore the long-term prediction of future exact climate states is not possible. Rather the focus must be upon the prediction of the probability distribution of the system’s future possible states by the generation of ensembles of model solutions.
— IPCC Climate Change 2001
The Scientific Basis’ She would surely be flummoxed if asked to explain these statements in light of her certainty behind her contention that ‘the science is the science.’ As I said, I don’t know the true source of Greta Thunberg’s advocacy, but given the consistency and sharpening of her narrative in lock-step with the globalist agenda for all countries to adopt carbon schemes like a tax or emissions trading, it would not surprise me if this was a role she is being heavily coached on and has been groomed for since long before we first heard about the ‘lonely girl’.
Greta Thunberg is not the first child to be used by powerful interests. Other children like Nayirah al-Ṣaba, Severn Cullis-Suzuki, Malala Yousafzai, and Bana Alabed were all paraded in front of the world stage to front one elite agenda or another.
The matter at hand is not to focus on and criticize the individuals, especially children who are victims themselves, but rather to see the patterns of deception and develop our discernment so that such deception no longer achieves its objectives. When that happens, the truth will shine through effortlessly.
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