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Autistic eco-goblin Saint Greta of Thunberg now feels that she is entitled to voice her opinions on any natural disaster anywhere in the world. She has not had much to say – or her scriptwriters haven’t – about China, we note, one of the world’s top polluters, but as long as a country is essentially white, in she swoops to strafe political leaders with her settled science and angry snarl.

This week, Australia is the target of this sainted sprite, afflicted as it is by raging bushfires, some of which may have been set intentionally. Why has there been no political action? demands the sponsored popsy. There has been, of course, but when you are on the side of the angels and responsible adults who should know better hang on your every emotionally unstable word, it is easy to parrot out stock phrases such as, ‘this has to change, and it has to change now.’

Of course, the girl who has inspired an already gormless generation of children to miss much-needed schooling is a marionette whose string-pullers are using climate change as a Trojan horse containing their deeper and more malevolent agenda. We hear a lot, ad nauseam, about Ms. Thunberg’s fears and prognostications. What is less publicised is her fondness for Antifa T-shirts, the hypocrisy of her team of people flying to climate change conferences, and her teleprompted, scripted belief that;

‘After all, the climate crisis is not just about the environment. It is a crisis of human rights, of justice and of political will. Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all’.

Ah. The hard Left like a bit of dismantling, and whenever they drone on about one fashionable cause, you can be sure that it has linked arms with all its little friends. Grizzling Greta talks about a lot about time running out. It is profoundly to be hoped that she is in the 14th of her Warholian 15 minutes of fame.

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