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    Climate change protesters partying in Madrid

    Look more like the climate summit is an event for
    celebration of life as well as for Greta Thunberg to
    voice her anger. People are dying, people are suffering,
    how could these folks dance so happily in such gloomy
    event.


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    Probably celebrating the fact that governments around the world are buying into their BS.

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    My Thunberg inspired goal for 2020:

    a) Sailing a multi-million dollar race boat instead of flying
    to fight climate change. b) Sailing a solar hydrogen boat
    instead of rowing to save the world. c) To find the mega
    bucks needed for a and b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oil&gas View Post
    My Thunberg inspired goal for 2020:

    a) Sailing a multi-million dollar race boat instead of flying
    to fight climate change. b) Sailing a solar hydrogen boat
    instead of rowing to save the world. c) To find the mega
    bucks needed for a and b.


    Will you have time for all that while posting world changing political opinions on a prostitution forum?

    Seems the little 15 year old girl already has a headstart on you. And I bet she accomplishes more than all of us losers on TERB!
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    Yeah, she has inspired more school strikes than all of us
    Terbites combined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oil&gas View Post
    Yeah, she has inspired more school strikes than all of us
    Terbites combined.

    And how is that a bad thing? I imagine that she will inspire a few young school kids to look for ways to improve the world. All the great minds and people who accomplished great things went to school and were inspired by someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SchlongConery View Post
    Will you have time for all that while posting world changing political opinions on a prostitution forum?

    Seems the little 15 year old girl already has a headstart on you. And I bet she accomplishes more than all of us losers on TERB!
    I bet she's a washed-up nobody in 5 years. Novelty acts don't last. If by accomplishment you mean furthering the climate alarmist agenda, then yeah she's light years ahead of us all.


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    She's been inspiring 'strikes' for more than a year. Not one fucking thing has materially changed. Anywhere. The world's biggest polluter - China - keeps getting exponentially worse.

    Yeah, Greta's a real rock star.
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    School strike for the climate change is a gift
    to students looking for an excuse to cut classes.
    It could turn out to be a good thing if one of those
    students grew up solving the problem once and
    for all. Some people never heard of climate change
    until Greta told them.

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    I'd like to see her sail her ship to Shanghai and inspire some climate change strikes in China. I'm sure some people in China have never heard of climate change and she could be a big help.

    PS. Please let me know when she plans to dock in Shanghai as I want to buy front row seats on the pier to watch her disembark on Chinese soil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Wick View Post
    I'd like to see her sail her ship to Shanghai and inspire some climate change strikes in China. I'm sure some people in China have never heard of climate change and she could be a big help.

    PS. Please let me know when she plans to dock in Shanghai as I want to buy front row seats on the pier to watch her disembark on Chinese soil.

    She would be quickly arrested.
    The Chinese government won’t put up with her bullshit.
    Her puppet masters know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginomore View Post
    She would be quickly arrested.
    The Chinese government won’t put up with her bullshit.
    Her puppet masters know better.
    Either she's serious about climate change or she's not. Her crusade should not be an initiative of convenience, just as she tells polluters. Effecting change will be hard, but necessary she says. When will she take on some of the more serious offending countries?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Wick View Post
    Either she's serious about climate change or she's not. Her crusade should not be an initiative of convenience, just as she tells polluters. Effecting change will be hard, but necessary she says. When will she take on some of the more serious offending countries?
    Exactly!!!

    I bet if you followed some of these climate change protesters around, you'd likely find they're some of the biggest hypocrites you've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smallcock View Post
    I bet she's a washed-up nobody in 5 years. .

    Then she can join you here on TERB asking asinine questions about twin incest!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginomore View Post
    She would be quickly arrested.
    The Chinese government won’t put up with her bullshit.
    Her puppet masters know better.
    But considering whole ecosystems are being destroyed shouldn't she martyr up here?

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    The following 4 countries are the top polluters on this planet according to an article on CBC:

    China at 9.5%
    US of A s s at 5%
    India at 2.5%
    Russia at 1.6%

    Greta how about you go protest in China.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamermill View Post
    The following 4 countries are the top polluters on this planet according to an article on CBC:

    China at 9.5%
    US of A s s at 5%
    India at 2.5%
    Russia at 1.6%

    Greta how about you go protest in China.
    What about those protesters who shut down the Bloor Viaduct. They should be protesting out front of the Chinese Embassy. Wouldn't that make more sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameBoy27 View Post
    What about those protesters who shut down the Bloor Viaduct. They should be protesting out front of the Chinese Embassy. Wouldn't that make more sense?


    Yes, indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamermill View Post
    The following 4 countries are the top polluters on this planet according to an article on CBC:

    China at 9.5%
    US of A s s at 5%
    India at 2.5%
    Russia at 1.6%

    Greta how about you go protest in China.
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