Ok. What's your take on Greta ? To me Greta is an abuse child. The reason for that is (I know by experience being the father of an auistic child and it has been proven by science) that an autistic child in a state of crisis will suffer 10 times more than anyone else. Her parents put her in a state of crisis with the climate change narrative. So they are profiting from her pain to advance a narrative. And that's call child abuse. The child is NOT guilty here in fact her pain and tears are real. She is the victim of child abuse.
I know this because my son is an autistic child... I did spend my life trying to keep my child out of that state of crisis.
(These info are deleted by HighQ from the free speech absolutism channel...because it goes against his narrative)
(And because HighQ is NOT allowed in the culture war for insulting everyone he come in contact with) grin
And I say it loud and proud...Who ever gave HighQ the title of moderator on the freespeech absolutism channel is out of his mind LOL
Look at the picture of Greta on the boat... (just like that guy who drive in a van with candies and puppies to abduct your child)
It leads to the picture of Greta in pain at the UN.
In 2 words... Child abuse.
This is my take on it and I share what has been deleted by HighQ...(it offended him)
It's the tyranny of being unassailably pathetic. Not to sound mean, but that's exactly why she's at the podium; to evoke pity and thereby suppress criticism. Heartless power mongers love this tactic.
But, it certainly doesn't suppress all criticism; especially from people who can see exactly what they're doing. What it does do, is enable the pretense that any criticism is an "attack" on Greta herself.
So, the cowards hide behind her like a human shield and press forward, to her detriment. She takes all the arrows, but they don't care. When they've used her up they'll just grab another and keep marching...
I agree wholly with this assessment. I also lay the responsibility of this child being used and abused at the feet of her parents. I watched a couple of videos where her "father" was present, as soon as questions began to get into the hypocrisies of what Greta is demanding, and the way she is actually living along with her parents daddy stepped in and shut the interveiw down. I think the reporters were given a list of approved questions and the second they strayed from the list, which meant questions Greta had not been coached on and could not possibly answer the doors slammed.
Honestly, I think she is something of an avatar for so many people today who rely on "authorities" to provide their world-views. She's utterly convinced that science is settled and we're all about to die. You can find the same convictions all over the WWW. She just happens to be the one who sells tickets. It's all about the clicks, whether that's views on the internet, t-shirt sales, or windmills.
@RemiDallaire What struck me about the autism spectrum, to address your question directly, (sorry got distracted by the direct attack on your experience, as an actual parent), as one of the most notable, diagnosed traits, is that Autistic children, have the ability to be sympathetic towards those that are in some way suffering, but incapable of actual empathy.