Make the World Greta Again (Full Documentary)

Schoolchildren across the country are
expected to skip classes on Friday as part of a strike
against climate change. I do not accept that taking time
off school is useful for children. Skipping school is
not in my vocabulary. It’s not a good idea.
I never thought it was a good idea. Kids should go to school. Whose future? Our future! Save our planet! Greta is an inspiration for us all, she was the catalyst
of this movement. I just sat down outside
the Swedish parliament. I would never have imagined that
it was going to be this big. She was my inspiration to start this. Together we’ve started a revolution. We will be in 100 countries at least. Basically towns and
cities everywhere. It’s going to be gigantic. We’re marching towards
Buckingham Palace! We will be a pain in the arse. We will keep on striking
until they do something. We are facing the biggest
crisis humanity has ever faced. If your house is on fire, you
don’t sit down and talk. I want people to panic. We have come here to let you
know that change is coming whether you like it or not. My name is Greta Thunberg, I’m from Sweden
and I am a climate activist. We are outside the
Swedish parliament. I sit here every Friday. I am not a scientist, I don’t
have the proper education. I am only a messenger. If we continue at the rate
we are now, by the year 2030 we will set off an
irreversible chain reaction which will trigger events
beyond human control, then there is no going back. My demand is that the politicians
should follow the Paris Agreement. If you have read the Paris Agreement,
you know that it’s very radical. If I should have any other
demands, maybe it would be to declare an international
climate emergency. We demand that our
government provides a plan to protect our future and
reach the 1.5 Paris target. We also demand a coal phase-out
in Germany until 2030. Our first demand is
for the government to declare a climate emergency and take active steps
towards climate justice. Our second demand is to
accurately portray the crisis to the general public
and for the government to recognise that as the youth, we have the
greatest stake in our future by incorporating our
views into policymaking and bringing the voting
age down to sixteen. We have three demands. One is that we have a big
international role, Belgium. Second of all, that
politicians really need to start talking to the experts and climate becomes a
priority in politics. Before Greta started this,
nobody talked about it ever. It was not a topic at all when it’s actually one of the biggest
threats that we will ever face. I first started learning
about climate change when I was maybe eight, in school, when my teacher showed
us pictures of plastic in the ocean and starving polar bears and
extreme weather events. Those pictures were stuck in my head,
I couldn’t stop thinking about them. When I was maybe 11,
I became depressed. I stopped eating and
I stopped talking and I stopped going to school. I got out of that depression
by thinking to myself, “There is so much I can do.” I just woke up as
usual, had breakfast, and then took some flyers and signs and just sat down outside
the Swedish parliament, inspired by the Parkland
students in the United States. And then some media
started writing about it and already the second day when I sat
down, people started joining me. And since then, I am almost
never alone when I’m here. After a few weeks it started
spreading to other Swedish cities, and then to other countries. I would never have imagined that
it was going to be this big. What are we going to do? Save the climate! When? Now! When? Now! When? When? When? Now! Now! Now! Since I have Asperger’s,
I am very direct. I don’t say nice words just to be
polite, I say just how it is, and I think that we lack
that very much today. You say you love your
children above all else and yet you’re stealing their
future in front of their very eyes. You are not mature enough
to tell it like it is. Even that burden you
leave to us children. What do you mean,
do-do-do-do… When we started these
strikes in Berlin, every week it was so much pressure
for me just to get people there. In the beginning it was just people
I knew that I was asking a favour and you can’t do a campaign
on favours that way. Louis was the first person
I asked to join in the beginning. I wasn’t by myself because there
were other people with the same idea in different cities, like Jakob. Right now we have little local
groups of Fridays for Future in more than 350 cities
across the country. We are now all over the place. We have these meetings and
usually they’re super packed. After a few weeks of striking, we realised that people
don’t feel committed to it when they don’t have a personal
connection to the strikes. So at the beginning
we had only phone calls, but it turned out very quickly that
you need people to come together and actually get to know each other,
so we introduced meetings every week. I don’t know if you have noticed…
By the way I’m Luisa Saving energy! You meet in person and bond
and then you build trust. – And they all became friends. Yes, and now they’re super
tight friend groups. They meet every day. Please tell everyone about it and be there on time on Friday. Me and Evie did this
event last night. Basically it was called Letters Live. It’s like a gig but they read
letters out instead of songs. It was, kind of,
led by Benedict Cumberbatch. So we read the global
strike letter out. He was really impressed
with us, really supportive. Tom Odell was there,
Thom Yorke from Radiohead. – Ah, that’s so sick.
– Yeah. Benedict Cumberbatch held my hand. Hey.
Yeah, good. Hey, how are you? – Hey, how are you doing?
– Good. We had an open contest where anyone
could submit a logo they wanted and we’ve just voted for this one. The two circles are like global unity and also it’s like a book. You know, there’s the symbol of raising
your hand as an activism thing but that’s like raising
your hand in class, so it was kind of a play on that. What do you think? Yeah, I think that’s the
best one out of them. Ooh, that’s Anuna.
Okay, I’ll go after. Just answer her. Hi, Anuna. – There we go.
– Here I am, there you are. I guess I’ll just explain
how we do it here. So we have a group of people,
there’s maybe about eight of us, and then we have a wider group because we get so many messages
from towns everywhere in the UK saying, “Can we set one up?”
– Yeah, okay. Where are you going to
do it on the 15th? So on the 15th, we’re between
50 and 100 at the moment, it’s changing every day, so basically
towns and cities everywhere. The major one is going
to be in London. We need one big group
of all the countries that are striking on the 15th so that they call all send through
their numbers of how many they were so that we can count it up, because it will be really amazing
if we do something like that. Yeah, definitely we’ll
make that happen. On March 15th we have a global
strike and we want to make them feel that if the whole world can
unite about climate change, the politicians cannot
ignore it anymore. This is an issue that transcends
borders, it transcends nationalities. March 15th is really
a message of unity. The thing I really
wanted to ask you about was how you went about setting
up meetings with politicians. The thing is, they’re just really
going to give you some bullshit. It’s really important that you always
stay very neutral politically. And second of all, it’s
also really important that when you speak to politicians, you need to be badass. They’re going to be like,
“What do you suggest, what do you think we need to do?” And then you’re going to be like, “I don’t know because I’m
in high school, fucker.” I’m feeling a bit sick,
I woke up very nauseous, but I really want to
do the strike today so we’re just gonna go for
it and it’ll be fine, yeah. Badass. This is Kyra, my best friend, and we
started Youth For Climate together. We’re doing this, like,
as partners in crime. Today we’re in Louvain-la-Neuve and I already see a lot of people. My name is Luka and I’m
the twin sister of Anuna. For three months now there’s
been a lot of interviews. It’s like a full-time job
definitely for her but for me, it’s crazy that
people are yelling her name, that people are like, “Can I
take a picture with Anuna?” I’m like, “Oh, that’s my sister,”
but mostly I just feel so proud. We’re more heated We’re more heated More heated than the climate We’re more heated We’re more heated More heated than the climate The plenary meeting in the week
is on Thursday in Belgium. I always protest on a Thursday but I think it’s important
to do it on a weekday because I feel like
if we wouldn’t rebel and we wouldn’t do anything
wrong according to the system, nobody would listen to us. And that has been proven because
we’ve striked on Sundays and it’s been ignored. On the 15th, I hope it
will be all over the world and in every country
there will be strikes. I’m really stressing out because
I really want it to be big. We’re more heated More heated than the climate We’re more heated We’re more heated More heated than the climate So this is the ministry of economy
and that’s the ministry of mobility and right in between we strike, because we need a change in
economy and a change in mobility, and it’s very convenient because
you’ve got this natural stage here. So every Friday we ask people
to come here and strike with us for three months now. We are here
We are loud Stealing our future:
Not allowed A few weeks ago there
was this journalist and he was, like, just not nice and he started this online campaign
against me with a hashtag. My friends from Berlin
with the strikes, they started a counter-hashtag and for weeks it said, in very big
letters here, “we love Luisa.” We’re at the Federal
Press Conference. We’re here with
Scientists for Future, which is 700-plus leading climate
scientists across Germany who came together and said,
“Listen to those young kids because they’re right and we’ve
got the science behind this.” Our position fully supports the
demands of the protesting students
to act quickly and decisively in regards to climate change. I think I’ve understood why no
one listens to science. -It was totally boring right?
-Yeah. -Go! Go! Go! Come on inside!
Come on inside, guys! I want to start by
welcoming you, our guests direct from the
Federal Press Conference they’re coming to us
from Fridays for Future. We on the political left are excited about their commitment. Mrs. Merkel, the climate chancellor
should be called “climate destroyer chancellor.” There is nothing that frightens
our government more than voters heading
to the streets. We need everyone of you and are relying on the fact
that you will join. I actually had no idea that
this was going to be so big. I expected, like, a few people in a
conference room but it was huge. And we were supposed to do a speech
thing and I thought it was a Q&A, so I had nothing prepared. We could have been much
harsher and said, really, “You’re messing up the coal exit,” because coal energy plays a huge role
and they’re not critical enough. Everyone wants to be
associated with what we do. People see that we get
a lot of attention. There is little you can say against
young people who demand a future. So I think when people
come to us and say, “It’s great what you do.
Can we support you? Can we take a picture together?” they want to get
some cool points. Can I take a quick photograph? It’s so lovely. Yeah, our day in a nutshell. Sometimes it’s hard to deal
with all this media attention. They constantly take pictures
and film and ask questions. Before I started the school strike
I was very shy. It’s a huge contrast,
but I haven’t changed. I don’t know if people
in my generation are willing to change their
habits and lifestyles to reduce their own
carbon footprints, because we want to do what
everyone else wants to do. We want to become famous and
we want to have a private jet. We want to have a sports car
just like everyone else and we can’t continue
thinking like this. – What do we want?
– Climate justice! – When do we want it?
– Now! You are all so welcome to the seventh
edition of Youth For Climate. We are having a very
international day here. We have Greta from Sweden, Luisa from Germany, and 8,500 students from Belgium. Thank you all for being here today. Greta! Greta!
Greta! Greta! Greta! Greta! For way too long, the people
in power have gotten away with not caring about
the climate crisis but we will be a pain in the arse, we will keep on striking
until they do something. We don’t do this because it’s easy,
we do this because it’s hard, and we are doing this. And we refuse to be
silenced about our future. We’re more heated We’re more heated More heated than the climate We’re more heated We’re more heated More heated than the climate In Brussels, that was the
first time I met Anuna and some of the organisers
of the school strike. Meeting Greta is amazing because she
was my inspiration to start this and now, together with all the
other countries and Luisa and Kyra, we’ve started a revolution. Today we’re going to
Paris because we think it’s really important that
everybody joins the movement and it’s only the second strike
in Paris so it’s not that big yet so we want to be,
like, an inspiration. – Are you guys the organisers here? We organise the strikes in Belgium. – Yeah, yeah, yeah. Can I get-, – Hey, hey, this is Anna Taylor.
– One of the UK organisers. – We’re both from the UK.
– Yeah, England. Do you have strikes in the UK? Yeah, so we had a huge one. How many people were there? – 15,000 across the UK.
– 5,000 in London. – Last week?
– Yeah, last week. – We’re hoping for a lot more.
– 15,000, that is great. – Yeah, that’s our first time.
– First time, that’s great. One, two, three degrees It’s a crime
Against humanity In Paris, President Macron
invited us over. That was a very sobering meeting. He hasn’t quite understood why
we’re going on the streets. He was really kind
and he was listening but I hope he understands
that we need brave leaders that are going to take
the brave decisions. What we need to do is not to
wait ten years and then act but to act now, because in ten years
it’s too late. Politicians need to be held
accountable for their words and I think that this movement
can keep pushing them to actually do what
they say they will do. -We’re going to do
an Instagram takeover. What?
What is that? We’d be such attention whores. Attention whores, sorry. We were thinking you could do an
Instagram takeover from backstage. That’s only from 5:30pm. -We have to do it?
-If you’d like, yes. We can use my phone. You can take photos of yourself
for Snapchat if one of you are having
a drink or something. Great, will do. I’m going to do your make-up. That’s ok. I need it today.
– You’ll have time to eat a bit after. Just something subtle.
I really have bags. My life has gotten way more
interesting than it was before. Being a public figure suddenly,
because I’m 17, it’s really weird and it’s different but I feel like I have more freedom and I get to meet people that
have a story and not just, like, seventeen-year-olds that want
to drink and party and stuff, so I really like it. I look like that chick
from The Hunger Games. I would just be careful because it’s
one of the biggest political debates. You’re going to create
a lot of polarised opinions if you go too deep into it. Before the show, we discuss about
how we’re going to say some things and what we are going to address,
because it’s a performance so you have to know what
to say and how to act. Hello, this is Kyra and Anuna
from Youth For Climate We’re guests today on
Van Gils & Gasten to make our demands together with
Sami and his dog. Hi. There we go! It’s posted. So cute. I don’t need a boyfriend.
I want the dog. Voila, Anuna and Kyra. I’m going to start yawning. There you go.
You’re welcome. Thank you, thank you. Anuna you sit here
and Kyra you sit here. There’s a sticker here for you to
sit and stay within the frame limits. I hear a lot of people saying: “Yeah, we’re not going to reach this
goal by only doing this in Belgium”. But for me this is
just pointing fingers because Belgium is also scoring
really badly on a European level. I feel amazing when she’s up there
talking to all these big guys. They have a lot of experience, they
have communication lessons and stuff, and she’s just 17,
she’s just Googling stuff to know what she’s talking about. I wouldn’t be as strong as she is. And by waiting on China, America,
India, the big pollutants- -So can I ask a counter question? Is there anybody at the table
who believes that China is waiting for
us to [reduce CO2], and when we do, they’ll be like: “Okay, yes and now
we are going to do this too”? [unintelligible protest] -That’s the argument
that is being used here. It’s good that you ask the question but that’s not the point
that Anuna is trying to make. The point Anuna is making is
begin with yourself. Peter De Roover from N-VA,
it’s a right party, and he says the tech is not there yet and we need to wait
for the scientists. Even if we reduce CO2 in our country, it wouldn’t change a lot
on the world scale. For each one of your experts
I’ll find another. I remember in the 80s that
Greenpeace had t-shirts, “no time to lose,” so the idea
that we are on the end of the game is something that is typical
for every generation and I don’t think we have to have that fin de siecle or
even fin du monde feeling that is very destructive. The problem is that
politicians don’t get that we need to take
drastic measures. There are plans and the
scientists, they have ideas. It was kind of bullshit. There is a very
international conference and debate on climate change. This event is very important because there are
60 delegates of 20 countries and you really feel, like, united. The 15th, the global
strike is coming up, so this is a great way to just
talk to the other countries about how we’re going to do it and
all the practical stuff like that. So we had a Fridays for
Future Europe meeting and we also met with different
members of the EU Parliament as well to discuss what they could do, and
really to try and get them to listen and say, “This is urgent,
you aren’t doing enough.” So we’re just going to listen and I hope more people will show up
because it’s quite empty. Thank you for this debate. It’s about time, but I think a
lot of people who are here now are getting a bit tired
that people are saying, “Thank you for telling us.” They don’t want thanks,
they want action. We have to put the things
straight on the table. To say that there has been no
action in these five years, these five years has happened
more in climate action than ever. – What do we want?
– Climate justice! – When do we want it?
– Now! -You have no idea.
No idea whatsoever. -Go on, run along
back to school. -Run along now. -Go on, run along.
Nothing to see here. The MEPs that were shouting, “go back
to school” clearly hadn’t listened. It’s just an example of how
young people are being let down by those in power. I wanted to know your reaction
after the debate this morning. How did you feel?
Did you feel deceived? Basically, I feel like a lot of
the politicians in that meeting were saying what they
wanted us to hear, not what they were
actually going to do. In two days, on March 15th,
students are going to strike in at least 68 countries
on all the continents except Antarctica. The time for talking is over. We need them to take action
to stop climate change now. Thank you. -We have to go and
get our train now. -Well done, it was
nice seeing you. -Yeah, I’ll see you soon. -See you guys soon. -Bye bye. We were invited to
sit there and listen and it’s nice that they invited us, but it’s really not
the way it should be because you’re not giving
us a seat at the table. We should just listen
to you, smiling? And now at the press conference,
not one politician was there, so they are not even interested in
how we felt after it, you know? It’s hard. At the moment we’re
just making banners for the protest, which is tomorrow. Everyone is stressed right now
so it’s just about chilling out and being creative and getting ready. UKSCN have written a letter. It’s effectively a challenge to
the political leaders of the UK to ask them to meet with us
and discuss our demands. This is effectively what
we want from striking. We want them to recognise that
as the youth we have the biggest
stake in our future and to incorporate our
views into policymaking. I am doing “respect existence
or expect resistance.” Climate change is a big thing and school educates you but sometimes it just doesn’t
educate you on the right thing. Climate change is not
on the curriculum. I think we need the government to
actually do something about that and this will be one of the
things that will decide what our future will be like. It’s hard to estimate how many
people are going to be there. We had 5,000 in London last time
so I’m really hoping we can get at least 8,000 or
maybe 10,000 out tomorrow. I’m going to write “the sea levels are rising
but the youth are rising faster.” A mixture of threat and
hope in that sign. Climate justice! – When do we want it?
– Now! Today it’s March 15th and right now we have 125
countries and over 2,000 cities in which people are
joining the school strike on all continents
including Antarctica. Young people are saying
that this is enough and that we aren’t willing
to accept this anymore. Good morning from Berlin.
I’m Luisa Neubauer and we’re at the
climate strike today. There’s half an hour to go
and it’s, like, filling up. This is huge. Great that you are all here!
It is 9:50am. And there are so many people here. We are here because we feel betrayed
by the people in that building. There’s a lot of us here and possibly a million students
striking across the world today. We need to hurry because the march
already started. -What?
-Yeah, there were too many people. Put your hood on otherwise
we won’t make it. You’ll keep getting hugs. Everywhere we go – People want to know
– People want to know – Who we are
– Who we are – Where we come from
– Where we come from – So we tell them
– So we tell them – Save the planet
– Save the planet We’re marching, it’s amazing. We’re marching towards
Buckingham Palace! We want change! We want change! We want change! We want change! We want change! 25,000. It’s the biggest climate strike
ever in Germany. Grandma… Let’s take a photo
together for mom. Grandma,
this is your moment to shine. All the cameras are pointing at you. -Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I was in Strasbourg to oversee how we could coordinate
this internationally and how we would organise ourselves
with the other countries and it’s incredible; the movement is
only growing and for many countries this is still their first strike. It’s only going to grow from here. We are facing an existential crisis. The biggest crisis humanity
has ever faced and yet it has been ignored for decades
by those who knew about it. We are the young, we have not contributed to this crisis. We have just been
born into this world and suddenly there
was a crisis ahead of us that we have to live with. That we’ll have to live with for our
entire lives and our kids, grandkids and all the future generations and
we will not accept it. We won’t let it happen so
that’s why we’re protesting. We strike because we want
a future and we will continue. Empty words and more talking Doesn’t save our climate I think this is just the beginning
of the beginning of the movement. I think we haven’t seen anything yet. We are in the midst of the
sixth mass extinction with up to 200 species becoming
extinct every single day. Erosion, deforestation
of our great forests, toxic air pollution, loss
of insects and wildlife, the acidification of our oceans. These are all disastrous trends
being accelerated by a way of life that we, here in our financially
fortunate part of the world, see as our right to simply carry on. Save our planet!
Save our planet!

100 Replies to “Make the World Greta Again (Full Documentary)”

  1. people saying that her speaches aren’t genuinely hers because she’s reading from a script is ridiculous. her first language isn’t english, i wouldn’t be surprised if she had it written down so that she got her english correct. and to call her out for not being able to answer direct questions well, once again her first language is not english so i’m sure that is hard.

  2. Using children for propaganda is really sad! Lying to them is even worse! Fear mongering for control of the world's resources at it's best! She should be in China or India where there's no regulations. Not the strictest most regulated country! Oh that's right, were the ones with a constitution that's getting in the way of the Globalists!

  3. The machine has learned that to destroy a movement you don’t combat or refute the message. You take its leaders and give them fame. Appeal to their vanity and douse them with attention. Make them celebrities and make the movement plastic & disingenuous. The message will get whitewashed and the purpose muddled.

  4. When the young people come to power and begin to take revenge on their elders who destroyed their future, then I hope they will have mercy on those of us old people who were eco-friendly all along, long before the young were born, because there have always been some.

  5. The Earth is headed for another Grand Solar Minimum. its going to get colder…not warmer. Facts. Record cold and snow already in the USA and its not even winter yet. Idiots. The farmers couldnt harvest the crops or get the potatoes out of the ground in time in the upper midwest states. Liberals are such assholes.

  6. "Even if we reduce our own carbon emissions, it won't do anything on a global scale…"
    Subtext: So why should we bother?

    You should bother because this is the future of the bloody human race we're talking about here. Get your head back in the game, and get to finding solutions instead of bellyaching about one country "not making a difference". BE. THE. CHANGE.

  7. Governments, banks and energy related corporations have been suppressing very cheap, clean energy technologies for more than 50 years. Since we pay $5Trillion per year for energy, adjusted for inflation, this suppression cost everyone $250Trillion in unnecessary expense; not including pollution related health care costs.

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  8. I would just shoot them. – Overpopulation. Great way to make the rate for Overpopulation less. (This is just a joke, smh for those who report me)

  9. Yea scare tactics tend to work really well on children, apparently it also works on adults if a child is using it.

  10. Got to love when kids just feel they have the answers to the universe.
    They have the right to impose how to live your life, what to eat, when and how you travel, etc.. etc…
    They wouldn't last a week in the utopian world they are trying to create without their cellphones, without their consoles, their fast fashion and comfortable SUVs to drive them to schools.
    They live school after 30 years drown on student debt with a useless liberal degree and supposedly all the answers to the world.

    Thank you dad and mum for all the beatings you gave me 20 years ago for behaving like this, I owe my success to you.

  11. they complain and cry so much about climate change but we all know that at the end of the day they drive home in their gas powered cars.

  12. “Kids should go to school”
    Meanwhile the earth is dying.
    I think there are bigger things to worry about.
    Politicians are so immature.

  13. The saddest part is that some people prefer to solve problems like this instead of with regular scientific data in the first place.

  14. Not too far from the United Nations the Swiss float their trash down the river called the Rhône in a barge and they burn it within a half mile of the French boarder, but for some reason there is a correlation between when they burn and when the wind blows towards France. That’s like dumping trash in the ocean, strategically contributing to the problem but having others deal with it. These are the places that they like to blame the Western world for all their problems. The USA does NOT make problems and then give them to other countries instead of dealing with them. Also when you try to recycle used motor oil in Switzerland they don’t accept it, that say put 1 liter per bag of trash, they say it helps it burn easier. They also have very loose emission control. In the USA it is mandatory in all diesel powered cars to use diesel exhaust fluid, in europe that doesn’t exist and is not even an option.

  15. And after the meet up they all went home to play xbox and smoke tree……..just some lonely kids trying to make a name for there self's.

  16. You realize this is a mentally unwell child that has been manipulated and abused by her mother to fulfill the mothers desires for fame. It is sick and criminal.

  17. What the hell does plastic in the ocean have to do with the weather. The world is being lead astray by a mental retards and lying scientist hooked on the government dole to produce junk science and consensus. how is consensus and on what planet is that considered science .

  18. I am NOT giving up my lifestyle or habits, my life is perfect with them. Srew dat, and i am 16.?????????????✈????.

  19. Gretha est une zad diste Ramtha supporte Thierry CASASNOVAS et tal shaller inlakech america holistic nation Zadiste is the new cosmic religion speak by nikola tesla et vernon Howard des scientifiques quantique de max plank à greeg braden zad zaz big flow and oli ramtha sera présenté illumination des nation holistique quantique quand le grand monarch ramtha sera présenté illumination des nation holistique

  20. When I was 15 year old, I was sure that most of the grown up people was stupid, greedy and ignorant. Now I am 67 years old and know I was right when I was 15 year … Sweden should be proud of Greta ..

  21. This just in – 100% Confirmed and true, Greta's sail boat from the UK to the US was owned by the Rothschilds, repainted and renamed in Germany. Gotcha.
    At age 11 she only ate 5 gnochi in 2-3 hours cooked in a certain way by her mother, not her father, she would refuse to eat it if he cooked it… This is when she was 11 and hid in the toilets at school as she was scared of being sexually assaulted by boys, at 11!…

    Hmmm, I wonder if her upbringing screwed her up? This is all in her own mothers book released before this crap, available to all.

  22. Total setup the reporter knew her family before "spotting" her on the side walk. So sad how this poor sick girl is being used push grown ups agendas. Im sure all the pressure is very healthy for her.


  24. Hi Europeanolderguy speaks here
    In my area of schooltime i have no REASONS for not going into school
    It is soo saad that kids nowdays have a GOOD REASON not going into school and strikes

    They have a reason

    And they strikes with experts and scientist
    In this age i smoke weed and listen punk music

  25. Hey Greta. Chop your wood by hand to keep warm and ride a effin donkey if you want to get around. Stick all the petroleum-derived products that you use where the sun doesn't shine, hyopcrite puppet.

  26. Y’all need to fucking chill! The climate has always been changing always were just in another part of its change re fucking lax

  27. If my kids ever try to join this greta dumberg movment, Ill beat the senses into them and haul their asses back to school…

  28. Greatly mistaken for a hero. The world doesn't need her, she hasn't done a damn thing! Has she been going to every country talking to their leading scientists? No, she's been talking to the politicians, yet she claims not to be political. She's been funded by a shadow group who wants chaos. But go ahead and keep praising her for changing the world. She wants things to change, and the one single target of hers is….Petroleum products. She's going to countries that have the highest ethical production of Oil and Gas, like Canada. . Marching the streets, skipping education is not solving anything. If anything its caused more pollution with signs and garbage littering the streets. Encouraging massive protests that produce more Co2 emissions that would not occur if these protests didn't happen. She's been stating she's been running a zero emissions campaign, but that's not true.. She's a paid hypocrite, and well paid.. If she wants to be a role model, go plant trees, remove all plastics and items that were produced by petroleum..So go learn to use a loom to make your clothing. make stone tools to build straw huts(wood isn't allowed in her world)..Build a water mill to pound wheat into flour…Are you getting the fucking point?.

  29. i feel so exctied and inspired by this video but ….sadly, it's actually so hard for the youth in china to go on this kind of strike , really hope someday it could happen and every part of the world can do some on climate change

  30. send this ignorent truent back to school, and kick out the new world order white coated sycophants to do toilet cleaning and let us get back to real science. sensible people have had enough of this dangerous circus!

  31. "I want people to panic."
    I heard enough. Thank you Great Greta, I'll pass.
    This kind of condescending attitude of the left is creating a political resistance. When are you going to see the fact that, in order to make a change, you need MY contribution. You need to compromise and meet me in the middle. If you believe that this is an issue, doing something is better than doing nothing, so let's do something together instead of forcing our hands to resist every change that you are putting on the table.
    Nothing will ever happen as long as the left continues pandering mainstream people like me with AOC or Greta.

  32. No you didn't start a fucking revolution because it's all BS, you can spend 10 minutes searching youtube on carbon dioxide and you'll know the truth from actual scientists, not alarmists and the bought "Scientists" of the ipcc

  33. I'd also like to point out that what are these kids actually doing to combat climate change sitting in a fucking public square and talking and yelling and telling people what to do and holding signs actually doesn't help climate change at all why don't you actually go out and clean the motherfuking planet and do what you actually say needs to be fucking done and we'll do it live it be the fucking change don't just sit there and tell the government to do it this is what this generation does they tell the government what to do and then wonder why the government doesn't listen to them when in reality they should be leading by example doing what they say they should be doing in then maybe the government might actually be on board when they see that changes are actually happening but when you tell people what to do but you're not actually partaking that's about the shittiest form of leadership you could possibly fucking have those types of leaders are never respect

  34. When I was around their age, I thought I knew everything too. Then I grew up and started living in the real world where change in anything can be difficult and very slow going. These kids want a tectonic shift in climate change and they want it done now..hell, I want the same thing..but it's just not possible in the reality that we live in. I don't believe they've fully understood the structure and most importantly, the financial costs. I'm 35 and I guess I try to live "greener"? My wife and I live in a home where we use LED bulbs where we can, solar powered path lights, and one of our vehicles is a Tesla. It's not much, but I'd argue it's "greener" than the average American household and that's about it. I'm not about to drop a ton of money into converting my home to where it's great for the planet and I don't believe most people would either. Why? The cost. In the end, it's all about money.

  35. Oia aia cara mia Greta se vai a scuola non tiri d'accordo con la insegnante e stai a litigare con lei e poi non ne ai bisogno di insegnamento perché lei ne sa più poco e non è all'altezza di capirti e cuindi continua la strada che stai mandato avanti e poi in camino si agiusta tutto ok

  36. Ma lo sapete che siete un amore grande grande e io lo so non sottovalutate mai la nuova generazione che è il diene a dei più grandi un abracio forte da Tore Sardegna bella e buona giornata

  37. Seeing all these beautiful European women and knowing within two generations they will forced to wear hijabs breaks my heart.

  38. Best thing about Sweden is black death metal and backyard babies, these people doing these protests and stuff are stupid and causing more harm than good, you want to do good ??? Help your neighbour who's struggling start with your town first the world would be a better place

  39. Enough of creating worldwide panic! Now get together and pool in ideas to combat climate change; go plant trees, host a conference on greener innovations, or do something tangible so that the world can follow. We've heard you already, set an example now!

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