Swedish-born environmental activist Greta Thunberg posted on MSNBC Friday, claiming Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's (D-NY) radically liberal Green New Deal was "far from enough" when it comes to fighting goes climate change.
Thunberg talks about the green New Deal
"How can we expect people to want climate action?" Said Thunberg. “How can we expect people to support any kind of action when the general public's sense of welcome to the climate is so low? We were not made aware of what was happening because the climate crisis has never been treated as a crisis. So how can we expect this to happen if we don't treat this crisis like a crisis? "
"The Green New Deal obviously isn't – if you include critical issues like the aspect of justice, etc., it is very, very far from being sufficient to be in line with the Paris Agreement and so on," added she added. "That's not my opinion if people think so, but at least it gets the discussion going."
"We cannot negotiate and compromise with the laws of physics," concluded Thunberg. “Yes, that will affect us in the future. This will primarily affect future generations. But we must also not forget that people are already suffering and dying from the consequences of the climate and environmental crisis. "
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Thunberg follows Ted Cruz
This came after Thunberg convicted Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for convicting President Joe Biden, who re-acceded to the Paris Climate Agreement.
"By re-entering the Paris Climate Agreement, President Biden is showing that he is more interested in the views of Parisians than in the jobs of Pittsburgh citizens," wrote Cruz. "This deal will do little to improve the climate and harm the livelihood of Americans."
By re-entering the Paris Climate Agreement, President Biden is showing that he is more interested in the views of Parisians than in the jobs of Pittsburgh citizens. This deal is unlikely to affect the climate or affect the livelihood of Americans.
– Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) January 20, 2021
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Thunberg replied with a mocking tweet: “So happy that the US has finally rejoined the Pittsburgh Agreement. Welcome back!"
So happy that the US has finally rejoined the Pittsburgh Accords. Welcome back!
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 21, 2021
Thunberg is still a teenager, but she has long been the face of the radical anti-climate change movement that travels the world to teach the rest of us how evil we are about the environment.
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This piece was written by James Samson on January 23rd, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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