Acting environmentalists Thunberg and Zelensky focus on denigrating Russia rather than the primary culprits of global environmental destruction, the US / NATO war machine and its vampired vassals.
“We call for strengthening international efforts to investigate and prosecute Russia’s war crimes against the environment and to ensure that the aggressor pays,” Zelensky said.
Shock and Awe Baghdad where thousands of tons of DU were used that came back to the UK to haunt us!!
In order to show you how these evil men embarked on the establishment of depleted uranium weapons we have to read the secret memo that was sent to Brigadier General Grove back in 1943. Make no mistake what you read is factual and should be read as meaning mass genocide, mass depopulation and mass infertility. If you don’t believe me ask the people of Iraq, especially those living in Fallujah and Basra who may not to be able to ever have a normal child. – Peter Eyre
The latest person to travel to Ukraine to visit Zelenskyy — Greta Thunberg
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) June 29, 2023
Because NATO cares about the environment…. Don’t forget to “just stop oil”
Thunberg gained overnight fame in 2018, as a 15-year-old who began boycotting school in protest over climate change. In a since-deleted tweet, she famously predicted the end of the world due to global warming by June 2023.
It is unclear when the self-described “autistic climate justice activist” deleted the tweet, but its removal was first noticed by US conservative pundit Jack Posobiec on Saturday. The website her tweet linked to no longer exists.
GRETA’s LIMITED HANGOUT POST
The Swedish campaigner has made similar predictions before. In a 2019 address to the United Nations, she claimed that “irreversible chain reactions beyond human control” would take place unless carbon emissions can be reduced by more than 50% by 2030. Speaking at the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering in Davos a year later, she declared that humanity has eight years to “completely divest from fossil fuels.”
Environmental activists have a long history of doomsday predictions. Scientists warned in the early 20th century that global cooling would render much of North America uninhabitable, while biologist Paul Ehrlich claimed in the 1970s that rising temperatures would cause mass starvation in the UK by the year 2000.
In ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ from 2006, former US Vice President Al Gore declared that melting polar ice caps would lead to hundreds of millions of people being made refugees by 2013. When his prediction looked set not to come true, his office called the date a “ballpark” one.