As you’re well aware, 16-year-old climate change alarmist Greta Thunberg is touring the U.S., and her arrival on our shores has been likened to no less than the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Here she is explaining why her climate strike encouraging students to walk out of class on Fridays makes sense; there’s no future to learn for is we don’t take control of the Earth’s thermostat now.

Plenty of people have called Thunberg nothing but a puppet, or a human shield against criticism (who’d argue with a 16-year-old girl with autism?). British radio presenter and author of the book “Radical: My Journey out of Islamist Extremism,” Maajid Nawaz, is familiar with the spotlight and expressed concern for Thunberg in a thread Thursday:

Yes, you are unkind and should remain silent. If you dare even joke about Thunberg CNN’s climate guy Bill Weir will have something to say about it.

But it’s going so well.

Yeah, they rushed out a book last Spring. We’re kind of surprised they’d cut down trees for a book, but there you go.

Instead of just letting her speak, is there any chance we could see a debate between Thunberg and a climatologist who doesn’t believe in her alarmism?


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