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Greta Thunberg Finally Admits What Climate Change Activism Is Really All About And It’s Not About Saving The Environment

From a climate change campaigner to presenting a new far-Left political agenda against “racist” capitalism – meet the new Greta Thunberg.

The 19-year-old Swedish activist has announced that as well as tackling her usual area of climate action and awareness-spreading, she has now thrown her weight behind defeating the West’s “oppressive” capitalist system.

Calling for a “system-wide transformation” at her book launch in London, she claimed that the world’s current “normal” – dictated by the people in power – has caused the climate breakdown.

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She said: “We are never going back to normal again because ‘normal’ was already a crisis. What we refer to as normal is an extreme system built on the exploitation of people and the planet.

“It is a system defined by colonialism, imperialism, oppression, and genocide by the so-called global North to accumulate wealth that still shapes our current world order.”

Ms. Thunberg added: “If economic growth is our only priority, then what we are experiencing now should be exactly what we should be expecting.”

She has been propped up by global elites and central planners since she was a child, and is finally admitting her activism isn’t about saving the environment. Instead, it’s about tearing down capitalism and implementing communist, government-controlled systems around the world.

Former California gubernatorial candidate Michael Shellenberger is explaining how capitalism has been a gift to human kind and how devastating Thunberg’s ideology is to most of the world.

In other words, the “whole capitalist system” is responsible for declining greenhouse gas emissions while moving away from the “whole capitalist system” through the “stranding” of oil & gas, and the nationalization of energy industries is resulting in higher emissions.
Shooting to fame after she organized a series of school walk-outs in her native Sweden in 2018, Thunberg has since delivered her dramatic predictions of ecological armageddon to lawmakers across the Western world, to UN summits, and to the World Economic Forum’s yearly gatherings at Davos, Switzerland. WEF founder Klaus Schwab is also an advocate of radically restructuring the global order, a vision he calls “the Great Reset.”

Despite spending several years on the globalist circuit, Thunberg will skip the UN COP27 climate conference in Egypt next week, telling her audience that she now views the summit as a “scam” and an example of “greenwashing” – an attempt by politicians to falsely portray themselves as environmentally friendly.