16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg has quickly risen to become one of the world’s most prominent political leaders, inspiring a mass movement of millions seemingly out of thin air to combat the problem of global warming.
However, the young girl’s sudden ascent to prominence is not happening by chance. She has deep connections to the globalist elite and activist parents who are supporters of the far-left domestic terrorist group ANTIFA.
The Gates Foundation admits on their official website that the ONE Movement is a collaboration between some of the world’s richest and most powerful interests, including infamous progressive financier George Soros:
ONE originated in conversations between Bill Gates and Bono in the early 2000s about the need to better inform Americans about extreme poverty around the world. Together with Melinda Gates, Bobby Shriver, George Soros, Ed Scott, Bob Geldof, and Jamie Drummond, they created an anti-poverty advocacy organization called DATA that focused on deploying celebrities and other influential individuals to urge world leaders to take action on specific development issues. Within a few years, DATA had joined with several other organizations to form ONE, with major backing from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Thunberg was forced to apologize this summer for wearing an ANTIFA t-shirt by mistake. She claimed on her Twitter account that she did not realize that the t-shirt was advertising a violent extremist organization.
Thunberg’s mother, Malena Ernman, is a popular Swedish opera singer, and a long-time far left activist. She indoctrinated her daughter, who has been diagnosed with Autism and other mental disorders, from the youngest of ages with apocalyptic dogma about the environment. She even claims her daughter can see particles of carbon dioxide in the air, as Thunberg has been steeped in fantasy and delusion her entire life.
Thunberg’s initial school strike coincided with the publication of her mother’s memoir, “Scenes from the Heart.” Her first protest was initially made public on the social media account of Ingmar Rentzhog, the book’s public relations man.
They have also turned Thunberg into a money-making machine, using the child to fleece environmentalists out of large donations. Rentzhog founded a climate-focused PR firm ‘We Don’t Have Time,’ and put Thunberg on the Youth Advisory Board. The organization has raised nearly a million pounds before Thunberg was even thrust into the spotlight as a worldwide icon.