Holly Valance (pictured below) has branded climate activist Greta Thunberg a “demonic little gremlin.” The former singer and ex-Neighbours star lashed out at 21 yr old Greta Thunberg, (pictured above) blaming her for scaring children.

“I don’t understand why you have this demonic little gremlin high priestess of climateism as the goddess Greta in classrooms,” she said.

“Kids are coming home with depression and anxiety. “Why would you go to your music lesson or bother doing your homework or even get out of your bed if you think we’re all going to be dead in five years anyway? I mean, they said in class, Greta told me!”

In the interview, she also commented on the changes in her home country, “The Australia I grew up in was unreal. It was so much fun and we didn’t seem to have all these problems … the Woke stuff’s really gone big in Australia,” she said.

Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg lives in the healthiest, wealthiest, safest and most peaceful era humans have ever known.

She is one of the luckiest people ever to have lived despite being diagnosed when she was younger with Asperger’s, high-functioning autism and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder).

In a just world, Thunberg would be at the United Nations thanking capitalist countries for bequeathing her this remarkable inheritance. Instead, she, like millions of other indoctrinated kids her age and younger, acts as if she lives in a uniquely broken world on the precipice of disaster. This is a tragedy and a lie!

“You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,” Thunberg lectured the world. And maybe she’s right. We’ve failed her by raising a generation of young people who have filled the vacuum left by the absence of faith, not with rationality, but with a cultish worship of Mother Earth.

It’s not, of course, her fault. Adults have allowed her and many others in her age group to gain social media ascendency with their narrow, immature grasp of the world.

They have been fed misinformation since nursery school. There probably isn’t a public school in the western world that hasn’t plied the panic-stricken talk of environmental disaster in their auditoriums over and over again.

Schools have allowed millions of kids to wag classes so they could participate in political climate marches, as if it were a religious or patriotic holiday.

According to polling in the USA, nearly 30% of voters now claim to believe that it’s “at least somewhat likely” that the Earth will become uninhabitable and humanity will be wiped out by climate change; that we are on the edge of extinction.

Is there any wonder why our younger generations have a foreboding sense of doom?

It’s the fault of ideologues who obsess over every weather event as if it were Armageddon, ignoring the massive moral upside of carbon-fuelled modernity. It’s the fault of the politicians, too cowardly to tell voters that their utopian vision of a world run on solar panels and windmills is a fairy tale.

It’s also the fault of media that constantly ignore overwhelming evidence that, on balance, climate change isn’t undermining human flourishing.

In fact, by nearly every quantifiable measure we are better off because of fossil fuels.

Thunberg and her left-wing supporters might do well to extend their billowing anger towards the billions of people in developing countries like India who no longer want to live in poverty and destitution and need cheap, reliable fossil fuel energy in order to improve their lives.

Boomers, of course, have failed on plenty of fronts, but the idea that an entire generation should have chosen poverty over prosperity to placate the vacuous complaints of privileged future teenagers is absurd. No generation would do it.

Until recently, no advanced nation has embraced Luddism. Although these days, activists who advocate for bans on fossil fuels and carbon-mitigating technologies such as fracking and nuclear energy are working on it.

The emission cuts that environmentalists insist are needed to save the Earth would mean economic devastation and the end of hundreds of years of economic growth. This is a trade-off so-called ‘progressives’ pretend doesn’t exist.

And Thunberg’s dream for the future means technocratic regimes will have to displace capitalistic societies. We can see this future in the radical environmentalist plans of left-wing activists. It’s authoritarianism. There is no other way to describe a regulatory regime that dictates exactly what we must consume, sell, drive, and eat.

We can only hope that most of us, through our actions, will continue to reject these bizarre and regressive ideas.

That’s the only way we can ensure that Greta Thunberg’s generation and those that follow won’t have to suffer needlessly as a result of false climate change claims.

The mild warming that our planet is experiencing is perfectly normal and poses no threat to humanity. We simply need to manage it – just as earlier generations have done – without all the hysterical claims of imminent Armageddon.

Thanks to Yahoo! News andDavid Harsanyi, a senior editor at The Federalist, writing for The Detroit News

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