If the entire world is in mortal danger from an elite few, why aren’t those few people simply taken care of?
It’s the logical conclusion that climate change alarmists could eventually arrive at, and a mistranslation in a speech given by infamous Swedish truant Greta Thunberg seemed to hint at it before she later corrected herself.
During a visit to Turin, Italy, on Friday, Thunberg greeted a large group gathered for a Fridays for Future protest.
“The COP25 meeting, which is happening in Madrid right now, is almost over,” Thunberg told the crowd, referring to the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference. “And we unfortunately probably already know the outcome. World leaders are still trying to run away from their responsibilities, but we have to make sure that they cannot do that.
“We will make sure that we put them against the wall, and that they will have to do their job and to protect our futures.”
“But of course I apologise if anyone misunderstood this. I can not enough express the fact that I – as well as the entire school strike movement- are against any possible form of violence,” she tweeted.
… improvise speeches in a second language.
But of course I apologise if anyone misunderstood this. I can not enough express the fact that I – as well as the entire school strike movement- are against any possible form of violence. It goes without saying but I say it anyway.
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) December 14, 2019