Time Magazine recently named Greta Thunberg ‘Person of the Year.” The strident Swedish 16-year-old, who is traveling far too much to rightly be described as a school girl, (she is, in fact, a drop-out) is heralded for denouncing world leaders who don’t ascribe to her climate change activism, specifically omitting naming major polluters China and India while blasting the U.S. The financing of her global travels remains a mystery. Her insults shrilly barked from the platform oddly given her at the United Nations, were specifically hurled at the United States and our President Donald Trump. For this she has become the darling of the leftist media.
Thunberg encouraged worldwide student school strikes for climate and blasted United Nations representatives with her “How Dare You” speech — threatening, “We will not let you get away with this…we will never forgive you.” For this, she has become praiseworthy as the youngest Time honoree.
The issue of climate change, regarded as cyclical by many scientific experts, has been hijacked by anarchists and this arrogant teen afflicted with Asperger Syndrome who is the daughter of an opera singer and an actor. She commands international attention as she issues threats and accuses the U.S. and industrialized nations of “stealing my dreams.” Hatred of America, the most generous nation on the planet, is a guaranteed attention grabber.
Professor Jason D. Hill responds to Greta Thunberg with a brilliant commentary, titled, “An Open Letter to Greta Thunberg: You are not a moral leader. But I will tell you what you are.” Hill’s extensive credentials follow his open letter.
It was published on Front Page mag and is definitely worth your time.
Shining a dose of antiseptic sunlight on the magazine’s radical left perspective, Time itself notes its other finalists “were three people at the center of the impeachment proceedings against President Trump: the president himself, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and the anonymous whistleblower whose complaint helped set the impeachment inquiry in motion.”
What a surprise.