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Greta Thunberg Shuts Down Columnist's 'Deeply Disturbing' Insults
Greta Thunberg


Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old influential environmental activist on the autism spectrum, turned a columnist’s “deeply disturbing” insult on its head with a clap-back asking, “Where are the adults?”


As Thunberg suggested in her tweet, Bolt is an adult man attacking a child — Thunberg’s eloquence and intelligence don’t negate she is still a teenager. In addition, Bolt described Thunberg’s autistic traits as “mental disorders,” “freakishly influential” and “strange,” attempting to use autism stigma and stereotypes to negate her passion for climate change and science advocacy.


Thunberg earned a Nobel Peace Prize nomination in April for her environmental advocacy efforts. In addition to other events, she staged a massive student walk-out across schools in 112 countries in March to demand government action on climate change. Her efforts sparked a larger, ongoing movement, Fridays for Future. She was also named as one of TIME 100’s most influential people this year.


Since landing in the public eye, Thunberg is no stranger to bullying, nor are other autistic young people. An Interactive Autism Network report found approximately 63 percent of autistic kids between ages 6 and 15 experienced bullying. Bullying, for kids on the spectrum, further isolates them from their peers and becomes a significant risk factor for suicide. Mighty contributor Gemma Wright outlined the major impact this had on her life in the article, “When I Was Bullied as an Autistic Teen”:


Autistic children and adults alike are routinely ostracized, disliked and bullied; some people even fear us. … I know I’m autistic now — I’ve known for years — but nobody really knew about the difference in the brain wiring back then. And so the bullying began — the bullying that haunts me to this day.


Good news!
I’ll be joining the UN Climate Action Summit in New York, COP25 in Santiago and other events along the way.
I’ve been offered a ride on the 60ft racing boat Malizia II. We’ll be sailing across the Atlantic Ocean from the UK to NYC in mid August.#UniteBehindTheScience pic.twitter.com/9OH6mOEDce
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) July 29, 2019

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Julie Wilde
Well while I know for a FACT climate change is real, I also know for a FACT humans have contributed less than 1% of 1% on climate change. I also know for a FACT the Carbon Footprint of that sailboat and the toxic environmental damage of those lithium and cobalt solar cells and solar batteries are worse for the planet than strip mining the entire state of Virginia for coal. i also KNOW this is a an emotional child with emotional issues and people need to stop trying to make her a icon and a martyr on both sides of the issue.



The world is not going to end. We are all not going to die, even if scientists are right about the temperature increases. The planet has been warm before. From 850AD to 1250 AD the planet was warmer than it is today. Of course the climate change crowd says it not true, but the history books written say otherwise. Climate scientists, led by Michael Mann, changed the understanding of the Medi Warming period to make it less warm and less global. And this is the kind of data manipulation that makes so many people skeptical of their claims.


Right now, wealthy people from all over the world, are in Sicily to discuss climate change. They got their by plane, boat, limo using more carbon that 10 average people. They will go home to their huge mansions and castles where they will light and heat away more carbon than any 20 common people. If these people really believe the earth is about to die then why not act first and set and example.

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