Teenage climate hysteria and truancy advocate Greta Thunberg arrived in New York City by boat this week to whip her fellow cultists into a frenzy. On Friday, Thunberg led her squad to the United Nations, most likely because that’s where the exploitative adults around her told her to go.
Swedish teenage activist Greta Thunberg took her weekly campaign for greater action on climate change to the gates of the United Nations on Friday, urging “everyone who cares about our future” to join her when world leaders gather in New York next month.
Thunberg, 16, started missing school on Fridays a year ago to protest outside the Swedish parliament, sparking a global climate strike movement known as Fridays for Future. She joined 14-year-old New Yorker Alexandria Villasenor on Friday, who began picketing outside the United Nations in New York December.
I went to a Catholic high school. I could have been actually drowning from rising sea levels and still told I had to stay in school to take an essay test. If I ever “started missing school” they would have started my expulsion paperwork.
There was no expulsion paperwork. They just told people to leave and never come back.
Liberals love using children to get their mostly fabricated points across about the issues they hold dear. If you question the child or offer a counter point, they can then say that you are bullying a kid. Years ago, Michelle Malkin began calling them “Democrat Human Shields,” which remains my favorite description.
I don’t refer to them as “climate crazies” or “hysteria pimps” simply because I want to be dismissive or mean, even though I do. I mostly do it because that is precisely how they behave:
A couple of hundred of other young protesters supported them with signs that read “Help my home is on fire,” “If you won’t act like adults, we will” and “Science not silence.” Their chants included “we are unstoppable, a better world is possible” and “sea levels are rising and so are we.”
Wearing t-shirts that read “In Greta we trust,” New York students Bianca Pilcher, 11, and Lila Sabag, 10, said they had one message for world leaders: act now.
“I don’t want to live a short life, I want to live a long life and I want to have my world be healthy as well. I also want to experience having children, having grandchildren and them to not be like ‘what have you brought me in to?’” said Pilcher.
PJ Media Associate Editor Stephen Kruiser is the author of “Don’t Let the Hippies Shower” and “Straight Outta Feelings: Political Zen in the Age of Outrage,” both of which address serious subjects in a humorous way. Monday through Friday he edits PJ Media’s “Morning Briefing.”