Greta Thunberg, a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize (just like Barack Obama, she hasn’t actually done anything yet) and a climate change conspiracy theorist, has entered the political arena to demand the end of capitalism, which she claimed is responsible for climate change, RT reported.
The activist for climate change is now offering a new far-left political agenda against capitalism.
In London, where she launched her new book at Royal Festival Hall on Sunday, Thunberg declared her intention to “overthrow” the allegedly “oppressive” and “racist” capitalist system.
“We don’t want to go back to ‘normal’ because the crisis was already ‘normal.’ What we consider normal is an extreme system built on the exploitation of people and the planet,” Greta said.
“It is a system – defined by colonialism, imperialism, oppression and genocide of the so-called Global North – to accumulate wealth that still determines our world order today.”
“If economic growth is our only priority, then what we are experiencing now should be exactly what we should be expecting,” she added.
Climate crisis “has its roots in racist, oppressive extractivism that is exploiting both people and the planet to maximize short-term profits for a few.”
”We are still here, and we are not planning on going anywhere. Young people all over the world are stepping up, showing that our leaders messed with the wrong generation.”
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) November 2, 2022
The 19-year-old climate campaigner launched her book – ‘The Climate Book’ – in London on Sunday night, telling the audience that the world is “never going back to normal again.” She argued that global warming can only be solved by a “system-wide transformation,” according to a write-up of the event by the Telegraph.
As some of Thunberg’s critics pointed out online, global living standards have broadly risen under capitalism, while carbon emissions have fallen in the capitalist USA since the turn of the millennium. Thunberg replied to these critics on Wednesday, stating that she is not advocating for a return to “socialism, liberalism, communism, conservatism, centrism, you name it,” which she said “have all failed.”
Thunberg, who has previously been criticized for failing to offer solutions to the problems she outlines, did not say what kind of system she would replace capitalism with.
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.