The light may be dawning on Greta Thunberg.
She finally made it back to Europe where they’re holding the United Nations climate conference, COP25, in Madrid, Spain.
But in her remarks at the conference, she seemed to basically admit defeat.
From Daily Wire:
The Swedish teen complained that school climate strikes have “achieved nothing” and claimed that opponents of her radical agenda are trying to “silence” her and her supporters. Thunberg also claimed people are currently “suffering and dying” due to effects of supposed man-made climate change.
“The global wave of school strikes for the climate over the past year has ‘achieved nothing’ because greenhouse gas emissions have continued to rise,” Thunberg reportedly told fellow activists, according to The Guardian.
“I’m just an activist and we need more activists,” the 16-year-old said. “Some people are afraid to change – they try so desperately to silence us.”
“We can’t go on like this; it is not sustainable that children skip school and we don’t want to continue – we would love some action from the people in power. People are suffering and dying today. We can’t wait any longer,” Thunberg warned.
So she’s finally understanding that no one is really going to do anything. She’s not even happy with her the failures of her climate buddies. Meanwhile she’s losing time in school and she doesn’t want to keep it up. So she’s trying to suck other kids into it?
And she thinks that COP 25 is going to do something? If your ultimate goal is control, no half measures are ever going to be enough.
She may have learned a very valuable lesson that most teenagers learn at some point, you don’t get everything you want.