Saturday, June 22, 2024

Greta Thunberg Deletes Alarmist Tweet that Humanity Would ‘Cease to Exist’ in 2023

'It’s been five years GT, what’s up? ... '

(Headline USA) Climate alarmist scold Greta Thunberg reportedly deleted a tweet from 2018 in which she predicted that humanity would be wiped out by 2023 unless the world stopped using fossil fuels.

The erased post linked to an article featuring Harvard University professor James Anderson, who warned that climate change would wipe out Earth as we know it: “A top climate scientist is warning that climate change will wipe out all of humanity unless we stop using fossil fuels over the next five years,” Thunberg tweeted.

It is not clear when Thunberg deleted the tweet, but it was still accessible as of earlier this month, when users began to reply to it and question Thunberg’s prediction.

One user, for example, wrote, “It’s been five years GT, what’s up?”

Another said, “Is this the afterlife? I thought it’d be…better.”

Thunberg is well known for her hyperbolic overreactions. In a viral speech before European lawmakers, Thunberg claimed that we are “in the beginning of a mass extinction.”

She recently published a book, called The Climate Book, featuring a number of climate alarmists.

“I have gathered the wisdom of over one hundred contributors to highlight the many different crises we face and equip us with the knowledge we need to avoid a climate disaster,” she said.

Conservatives pointed out that the production of Thunberg’s book must have left a massive carbon footprint.

“How many trees did it take to print these books? Did you offset it by planting more? Did you use sustainable beetjuice ink to print the words? Why didn’t you just keep it digital? Wouldn’t that have been better for the planet? So many questions…” another user replied.

Thunberg was also caught staging a photo-op in January, in which she pretended to be “arrested” by German police for protesting against fossil fuels.

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