Blimey

Greta Thunberg was born on 3 January 2003.[7] Her mother is Swedish opera singer Malena Ernman and her father is actor Svante Thunberg.[8] Her grandfather is actor and director Olof Thunberg.[9]

In November 2018, Thunberg mentioned having been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD), and selective mutism.[10][11] To lower her family’s carbon footprint, she insisted they become vegan and give up flying,[12] as she did herself.[13]

Erm, yes. So, extremely privileged young woman. But it’s the other stuff that worries. By definition Aspies, OCD etc are social inadequates. So we’re to run the world according to the demands of a social inadequate? Why not just hand it all over to the incels? Or doesn’t that work as they’re the wrong kind of inadequates?

27 comments on “Blimey

  1. There are claims that there is evidence that she has been groomed for the part. Tool of rich globalist troublemakers. Can’t remember now where I saw the info. Maybe via Patrick Moore on Twitter.

    And can’t be bothered looking.

  2. In November 2018, Thunberg mentioned being an awkward teenager and an opinionated pain in the arse. Everyone shrugged.

    How a rational society would have reacted, but we are well down the slope of unreason.

    Still, once the Proggies have full control, I wonder how long people like this will last when their awkwardness goes against Establishment doctrine. That’s what Euthanasia is for, I suppose.

  3. It’s part of the general trend in the west whereby women let their children run the household and the men say nothing.

    I liked this better when it was called VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED

    Of course, only #woke Lord of the Flies extras need apply. If it was some spergy Kraut girl asking why the adults were giving away her birthright to itinerant kebab-scented rapists, she probably wouldn’t get invited to see Francis The Talking Pope.

  4. At the risk of being accused of first world, middle-aged, white male privilege, my unswerving response to a sixteen year old girl telling my how to live is “p… off, miss” the first word rhyming with the last.

  5. To lower her family’s carbon footprint, she insisted they become vegan and give up flying,[12] as she did herself.[13]

    She insisted? And no one told her that she doesn’t get to set the rules. Or is she the latest incarnation of Violet Elisabeth Bott?

    Anyone insisting that they get to tell me what to eat will be told where to get off and I doubt I’ll be as polite as Daniel Hill above.

  6. I’m not sure selecting someone who has a 50/50 of going batshit crazy at any moment to be public face of your movement is a real good idea.

    Then again, we are talking about Europe here, aren’t we?

  7. To lower her family’s carbon footprint, she insisted they become vegan and give up flying,[12] as she did herself.[13]

    I could have given up flying when I was 16, having never flown anywhere. My parents and everyone we knew would have laughed, with good reason.

  8. I’m not sure selecting someone who has a 50/50 of going batshit crazy at any moment to be public face of your movement is a real good idea.

    Then again, we are talking about Europe here, aren’t we?

    Well, Progressives anyway. Let’s not pretend this couldn’t happen in the USA, we both have the same disease.

  9. A 2008 study by the Pentagon concluded that Vladimir Putin has Asperger’s syndrome. Not sure I want that kind of ruler for Europe.

  10. When did “when you’re 18 you can decide how to live your life” turn into “when you’re 18 you can tell other people how to live their life”?

  11. Some of us Aspies are able to fit in and make stuff work. If you can find a role that ties into “what you’re interested in”, particularly in technical roles (where ‘getting it right’ matters more than ‘how you say it’) and especially if you’ve got colleagues who will help you out (“sir, what Lt Lynch meant to say was….”) you can do very well for yourself if your interests and the stuff you remember easily fit that.

    But, you do need to make the effort to adapt and fit in. Little stuff like “we’re going into St Ives for a few beers and a Chinese all-you-can-eat, who’s coming?” Instant Aspie response is “thanks but I’d be happy to stay in my cabin with a few beers and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for a quiet evening in” – but these are your friends and colleages so you make the effort to get out there with them (and do actually have a good evening, even if the bar you ended up with is achingly and hilariously hipster – some nice IPAs and hot babes in ludicrously short skirts, though)

    Does Aspergers make me special? Does it fµck, it didn’t even exist when I was growing up. But it does help me have an interesting, enjoyable and well-paid day job and be a useful member of Her Maj’s military on the side, because I realised early on that I needed to fit into the world rather than demand it changed shape to suit me.

  12. As I’ve mentioned before, MrsBud, a mental health social worker, is of the opinion that you have to be a little on the spectrum to be an engineer. She may well be right, I do prefer things to be black or white in most things rather than shades of grey, except when it comes to hair colour, there I’m definitely a redhead guy. I wouldn’t want to split with her, what are the odds of finding another natural redhead at my age?

  13. Teen turd ecofreak girlies who dictate to their familys need to be slapped across the chops–good and hard.

    If these fucking greenfreaks were trying to make themselves unpopular they could not be doing a better job.

  14. Off topic but hilarious. The Abbotomous had been filmed illegally boozing on public transport.

    Can’t wait for her explanation, blaming it on white colonialism.

  15. And what she was drinking! Special Brew not good enough for our hydro-equine parliamentarian. Mojitos! Intellect destroyers in a can. Not saying they’d find much to destroy

  16. ‘Asperger syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD), and selective mutism.’

    A typical environmentalist.

    Add intermittent loss of hearing to the list and it could be a description of Theresa May.

  17. you have to be a little on the spectrum to be an engineer

    That’s why psychiatrists love ‘spectrum’ syndromes. Everyone‘s ‘a little bit’ whatever.

  18. “A 2008 study by the Pentagon concluded that Vladimir Putin has Asperger’s syndrome. Not sure I want that kind of ruler for Europe.”

    On the other hand, maybe he’s just Russian 🙂

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