Greta Thunberg Pledges To Use No Swear Words

Greta Thunberg, who’s turned the air blue while campaigning in Glasgow, has vowed to go net-zero on swearing.

The teenage activist spoke about people being pissed off by protests and was also filmed crooning ‘You can shove your climate crisis up your arse’ while outside COP26.

But the 18-year-old Swede, who’s accompanied by PR advisers and supporters wherever she travels, made a tongue in cheek promise to compensate for her use of bad language, and she pledged to go net-zero, a phrase normally used by those trying to balance out the harm they cause on the environment, by saying something nice every time they swear.

Announcing her promise to her five million followers on Twitter, the 18-year-old said that she was pleased to announce that she’s chosen to go net-zero on swear words and bad language, and she said that if she should say something improper, she would say something nice.

It came after the teen campaigner was filmed leading protestors in a mantra of ‘you can shove your climate crisis up your arse’ at COP26 in a newly emerged video from her demonstration.

Outside in Festival Park, Greta Thunberg gave an intense and foul-mouthed speech, telling demonstrators that inside the COP26, there were politicians and people in power pretending to take our future seriously. No more blah blah blah, no more whatever the fuck they’re doing inside there, and as heads of Government from around the globe discussed what could be done to save the planet from ruin, the Swedish eco-activist seemed to place the blame for looming natural disasters squarely on them as she angered her fellow activists with a singsong of ‘You can show your climate crisis up your arse’.

A Scottish attendee appeared to suggest chanting ‘You can shove your rules up your arse’ before Greta Thunberg put her own spin on the popular tune of ‘She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain When She Comes’.

It was the second time in a week that Greta Thunberg had turned the air blue, after letting out a swear word on the BBC.

The activist was being interviewed by Andrew Marr when she was quizzed about the recent demonstrations by eco-zealots Insulate Britain, and she said to make it clear that as long as no one got hurt, sometimes you need to anger some people.

Greta Thunberg is an entirely classless young woman who offers nothing definitive to the discussion, and if she were a boy, she would be referred to as nothing but a low life, and I find it quite fascinating how people cling onto every word and action this young woman spews.

She’s addicted to the attention, so I wouldn’t keep turning up to where she has no consequence, but the media keep giving her the attention that she wants. She has no solutions and if the media stopped reporting about her activities, then she would eventually go away, but it seems that even foul-mouthed Swedes get attention.

At the moment she’s like a mini Katie Hopkins, although she tries to act like Mother Teresa. Imagine what she’ll be like when she grows up!

How pathetic her supporters must be if they expect a young girl, barely an adult to solve the worlds climate crisis single-handedly.

Unfortunately, most people are hypocrites to some degree or another, but what’s sad about Greta Thunberg is that she’s attention driven, and she has very little knowledge about climate. However, she’s pretty good at reading and remembering a prepared speech, and as a child, her big mouth was considered charming and entertaining, but now she’s an adult and a lot more will be expected of her.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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