Creepy environmentalist brat Greta Thunberg, who belongs in school instead of living out her stage parents’ aspirations of fame, threw a tantrum at the UN.
“You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,” Thunberg began her rant at the U.N.’s Climate Action Summit.
Thunberg is a privileged 16-year-old from one of the more prosperous countries in Europe. Her family is quite well-off. She’s now a famous brat and everyone has to pay attention to her tantrums. How exactly did anyone steal this near-adult’s childhood?
Like an evil Pippi Longstocking, Thunberg has been prepped to act like the leader of a children’s crusade. But she’s less Joan of Arc than one of the Children of the Corn, throwing hysterical tantrums and demanding that everyone listen to her, while castigating them as liars and hypocrites once they do.
Some might be tempted to say that this is not atypical behavior from a 16-year-old.
There’s some truth to that.
There are very few occasions when 16-year-olds should be given a national or global stage. Justifying school truancy with hysterical tirades about the end of the world isn’t one of them.
If Greta Thunberg didn’t need therapy before this, she certainly does now. That and an afterschool job. She has too much time on her hands and too little emotional maturity. Her only tactic is playing the guilt card while accusing all adults of destroying the planet.
These are just teenage antics taken to an obnoxious apocalyptic extreme.
Greta can’t act like an adult. But the adults listening to her tantrums ought to be acting like adults.