This Giant Stalinist Mural of Greta Thunberg is Helping Destroy the Planet

Normal people want to survive. Environmentalists seem to want to kill all of us.

They keep shrieking that every breath we take is polluting the air with carbon. Meanwhile they jet around the world to celebrate the heroic activism of eco-brat Greta Thunberg who will keep on skipping school until the planet is saved. (If only I'd thought of that one in high school.)

And, since the Left has no new ideas, it's building a giant creepy Stalinist mural of her, which makes her look even creepier than usual. A true artistic accomplishment.

And who better to watch over the fecal-ridden hellhole of San Fran than Greta.

Fortunately none of the paint or vehicles delivering it and the associated activities emit any carbon. They're all zero carbon because the eco-priest waved a bundle of impossible meat and lavender fronds over it and proclaimed in a deep voice, "You are carbon neutral.)

A mural of the Swedish teenage climate activist, whose movement has caught the attention of the world, is set to be completed next Tuesday.

Located in downtown San Francisco near Union Square (420 Mason St., for all you locals), the mural features Thunberg from the chest up — gazing straight into our souls, lips pursed.

That's CNN by the way.

I think the last time anyone described a creepy socialist mural that way, they were employed by Pravda.

It's enough to make anyone stop and consider their environmental impact.

Or, umm, the impact of the mural they're soulfully gazing at.

Thunberg and her message have inspired murals around the world. One in Bristol, England, featuring the activist partly underwater went up earlier this year, along with another one in Canada.

Not everyone has been eager to hear her message. The mural in Canada, painted on a "free wall" along a bike path, was defaced twice shortly after it was first created, according to CNN affiliate CBC.

The adversity hasn't stopped Thunberg, though.

Forward, Comrades.

We must take away all private resources, homes, cars and steaks, and invest the money in giant murals of Greta Thunberg to save the planet.
 

 

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