(Natural News) Many people don’t realize this, but Greta Thunberg’s little climate temper tantrum at the United Nations recently has already been tried on at least one prior occasion.
It was the year 1992, in fact, when 12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki of Canada spoke at the plenary session of the U.N.’s Earth Summit, which took place in Rio de Janeiro that year, saying many of the same things that Greta is now parroting.
Severn, who repeatedly spoke of her “fear” of global warming at the summit, used many of the same buzzwords as Greta, including constant references to being “just a child.” Severn also read her carefully crafted speech, which was obviously written by someone other than herself.
Just like angry Greta, Severn lamented being “afraid to breathe the air,” which in the year 1992 was said to be damaged due to “holes” in the ozone layer. Severn also expressed fear about going outside in the sunlight due to this, as well as fear of mass extinctions.
“I am fighting for my future,” Severn stated at the summit, emphasizing the trope that she was just an ordinary 12-year-old who was part of “a group of 12- and 13-year-olds trying to make a difference.”
“Losing my future is not like losing an election or a few points on the stock market. I am here to speak for all generations to come,” Severn went on to state in her fear-mongering tirade, proposing many of the same “solutions” that Greta recently did.
A full transcript of Severn’s 1992 speech at the U.N. is available at this link.
The globalists have apparently been exploiting and abusing children for decades in order to push the climate hoax
Another recurring theme present in both Severn and Greta’s eerily similar speeches before the U.N. is the idea that the United States and other Western nations need to “let go of some of our wealth” in order to stop what was then called “global warming,” and what has since been renamed as “climate change.”
Severn, who seemingly hadn’t even yet hit puberty at the time when she delivered her speech, was somehow fully adept in the socialist agenda as she shamelessly pushed for global wealth distribution in the name of “saving the planet.”
“In my country we make so much waste, we buy and throw away, buy and throw away, buy and throw away and yet northern countries will not share with the needy,” Severn stated about the average Canadian lifestyle.
“Even when we have more than enough, we are afraid to let go of some of our wealth.”
Severn went on to state that she and her fellow Canadians live a “privileged life with plenty of food, water, and shelter,” along with “watches, bicycles, computers, and television sets.” On the other hand, children in Brazil, where she spoke, have far less.
“I am only a child yet I know if all the money spent on war was spent on finding environmental answers, ending poverty and finding treaties, what a wonderful place this earth would be,” Severn further stated, emphasizing key tenets of the globalist agenda for a New World Order.
Amazingly, Severn’s diatribe contained many of the same concepts and ideas as Greta’s verbal outburst, which was presumably meant to appear “organic” and “grassroots,” but that actually echoes back to the same rehashed nonsense from Severn that had already been tried in the past.
“More child abuse from the dark, evil psychopaths who must not be named,” wrote one Zero Hedge commenter.
“By intertwining ‘climate change’ and environmental issues the high priests have engineered conversion of the masses to their nefarious mission,” wrote another.
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