After this shameful scandal on the open stage at a major demonstration in Amsterdam, the climate protection movement must look for a new leader – and those environmental activists in Germany and Austria who have yet to do so will clearly have a say in Greta Thunberg (20) herself. Has not been removed. His tasks should be handed over immediately: During his appearance, the young Swede once again railed against Israel, which was recently attacked by Palestinian terrorist gangs, and the literal “occupation” of Palestinian territories by Israel. Spoken – This option is a wording repeatedly used by radical protesters in German cities and in the city center of Vienna, they usually make explicit calls for the extermination of Jewish settlers in Israel “from the river to the sea.. .” – i.e. from. From the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
One of the 85,000 visitors to this demonstration had enough moral courage to climb onto the stage after these anti-Israel statements – and approach Greta Thunberg. He wanted to snatch the microphone from her and said: “I’m here for the climate protest, not for any political opinion.”
Greta Thunberg’s response was anything but professional: The climate activist wrestled with the critic for the microphone for an embarrassingly long time, then her aides came to Thunberg’s aid, pushed the demo visitor backstage, pulled And pushed – all this happened in front of 85,000 visitors, dozens of cameras.
The climate activists on stage also watched in shock as what was happening right in front of them: They watched live from the front row as an icon of the climate protection movement destroyed itself.
As early as 20 October, Thunberg for the first time called for solidarity demonstrations with the Palestinians and Gaza, although it was certainly known that these demonstrations around the world often turn violent and anti-Semitic slogans are heard during these protests. Were installed. ,
Her call reads: “The world must speak out, demanding an immediate ceasefire, justice and freedom for Palestinians and all affected civilians.” She held a sign that read: “Stand with Gaza.”
Greta Thunberg has not yet called for the immediate release of all 240 Israeli hostages from the terrorist group Hamas, which was elected by 40% of those eligible to vote in Gaza in the last permitted free elections in 2006 and is therefore unable to govern. Was capable.
Reactions on social media channels to the Thunberg scandal are clearly negative: “It’s sad how Greta Thunberg isOnce again they are misusing the climate platform for their own purposes. No platform for anti-Semites!” the Israeli Embassy in Germany wrote on Twitter.