Greta Thunberg Turns to Singing and Dancing to Push Global Warming Agenda
When all else fails and the world is laughing at her, self-avowed global warming activist Greta Thunberg takes to singing and dancing in a sad attempt to push her global warming agenda.
What is truly sad here is the fact that her parents have been encouraging this behavior for years now.
The-Sun.com sheds a little light on who her parents are and how they pushed Greta, who is said to have Asperger’s syndrome, into the limelight to push the draconian failed climate change agenda.
While Greta Thunberg has become a global figure, spearheading the campaign on climate change, her parents have not embraced the limelight.
Greta’s mum is opera singer Malena Ernman and her father is actor Svante Thunberg.
The couple had Greta on January 3, 2003, in Stockholm.
They have a second daughter, Beata, who is a 16-year-old singer.
Greta’s family’s life is recounted in the book Scenes From The Heart, published in August 2018, which was largely written by her mother.
It details her life with her husband Svante and her two daughters Greta and Beata.
Both parents are committed to the environmental cause and the book also talks about the environmental crisis and sustainability.
Malena is an opera singer who also represented Sweden at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.
She was born on November 4, 1970.
In the book she describes Greta’s Asperger’s syndrome – and Beata’s attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) – as not being a “handicap” but a “superpower”.
She studied at the Royal College of Music in Stockhom and the Music
She has taken on a number of operatic roles over her career often to critical acclaim.
Ernman made her debut at the Salzburg festival in 2006 as Annio in La ciemenza di Tito which was conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
When she represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest she sang La Voix, written by Fredrik Kempe.
She finished 21st picking up 33 points.
Svante has a far less public profile but has been noted for his role in the TV series Skargardsdoktorn which ran from 1997 to 2000.
He is also an author and producer as well as his wife’s manager.
It’s become clear that regurgitating her parent’s politics in her speeches shaming everyone for driving SUVs and not paying their fair share in carbon tax credits isn’t really working out for her.
As a result, she has taken to the stage to lecture everyone about climate change through song and dance.
The Gateway Pundit reports:
If angry speeches won’t do it, maybe a little song and dance will help?
Angry Greta Thunberg turned to singing and dancing this weekend to help push her global warming agenda.
The young Swedish teen entertained the crowd at a Global Warming concert this weekend.
Her parents ought to be ashamed.
Warning: total cringe.