It’s not very original to say climate alarmism has turned into a quasi – religioous cult, I was saying it ten years ago and I wasn’t the first. But the activities of climate activists like the middle class crusties of Ekstinktion Rebellion and the followers of the Swedish muppet St. Greta of Thunberg, (She’s not the Messiah, she’s a very naughty girl,) have taken on a very nasty fanaticism that is typical of the tactics favoured by the far left and far right when trying to impose their ideology on the world.
It’s often said that those who do not learn from history are condenmed to repeat its mistakes and it seems the ideologically driven authoritarians of the globalist movement have failed to take heed of the Prostestant reformation that was triggered by the excesses of the Holy Inquisition, the liberal backlash against Europe’s despotic monarchies in the enlightenment era, thenineteenth century rise of social democracy (a very different creature to Socialism,) in the face of unregulated capitalism in the second stage of the Industrial Revolution, and now the resurgence of nationalism as a reaction to rampant neo – liberalism.
One of the notable things about the globalists reaction to the success of nationalist politicians, such as U S President Donald Trump, Italy’s Matteo Salvini, Nigel Farage, Marine Le Pen in France and parties such as AfD (Alternatif fur Deutschland,) or the Sweden Democrats is their attempts to smear and discredit any challenges to their idological polics, especially those rooted in the realities of life for middle and working class voters.
It was inevitable then that as the claims of the climate catastrophe scaremongers became more lurid and sensational, the more grounded majority would push back. And as the lies of those who write St. Greta’s scripts, (oh come on, you don’t believe a seventeen year old with leatning difficulties cause by foetal alcohol syndrome writes that Messianic bullshit herself do you?) become more outrageous and more obvious, it was inevitable that an anti – Greta would arise ….
I met this amazing young lady in Madrid last week. At 19 years old; she impressed me with her quiet but powerful understanding of how she had been misled on climate alarmism.
Recorded in Madrid, Spain, the site of the UN’s COP25. Naomi Seibt, a popular YouTube streamer, speaks on her journey to climate realism, the state of science, and more during the United Nations’ COP25.
She closed out the Heartland livestream presentations in Madrid in the opening week of the conference. Continue reading
Meet the 19-year-old ‘anti-Greta’, who warns Thunberg’s ‘alarmism’ must be stopped
With her slight frame, long blonde hair and converse trainers, German teenager Naomi Seibt might not seem the most obvious candidate to front the growing climate scepticism movement. But holding court at America’s largest gathering for grassroots Republicans, expounding her controversial views on global warming, she exudes an air of self-belief that belies her 19 years.
As Greta Thunberg brought her climate awareness campaign to the UK last week – speaking at a rally of some 25,000 striking school children in Bristol – on the other side of the Atlantic, Seibt, dubbed the “anti-Greta”, was propelled onto the world’s stage in Washington, making an appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and firmly positioning herself as the new darling of right-wing climate sceptics.
Thunberg, now the general of a worldwide teen army, was named Time magazine’s ‘person of the year’ after berating world leaders for their inaction at a United Nations summit last year. A video of the Swedish 17-year-old glaring at Donald Trump went viral. Seibt, meanwhile, uses her YouTube channel to challenge what she calls the climate change “alarmism” espoused by Thunberg … Continue reading
Naomi Seibt and Her Journey to Climate Realism