Greta Thunberg BBC

Started by: Axcroft (154)

Greta Thunberg Official homecoming video  

I'm surprised that the BBC sanctioned this sketch. 
Should we really be poking fun at the "existential threat of Climate Change" and the "Climate Emergency"?

Started: 12th Jan 2020 at 18:21

Posted by: broady (15872) 

Everything is fair game. Look at all the Megsit jokes this weekend. Obviously it all depends if you accept/ don’t accept the debate. I am undecided but certainly her rantings make me a disbeliever. I want to hear the views of eminent scientists not some deluded kid.

Replied: 12th Jan 2020 at 19:21

Posted by: momac (10837) 

This kid gets up my nose..she certainly knows the best way to stay away
from School,and for Richard Attenburgh to say "We're all very grateful to
you"beats I missing something or what.

Replied: 12th Jan 2020 at 19:37

Posted by: baker boy (15440)

all the young ladies globe trotting makes her carbon footprint rather larger than it needs be.

Replied: 12th Jan 2020 at 21:35

Posted by: whacker (929)

“Current warming trends prove that within ten years The Americas and much of Europe will be flooded, agricultural land will turn to swampland and thousands across the world will die.” The New York Times.

“Scientists in Norway say that due to warmer sea water, seals are dying off and at this rate they will all be gone in less than a decade.” Norwegian newspaper.

“If the world does not act within ten years, it will be too late, and the world is lost.” Al Gore

That’s from the New York Times in 1899.

From a Norwegian newspaper in 1924.

And from Al Gore’s faux documentary “An inconvenient truth” in 2006.

It’s a HOAX folks. One of the oldest hoaxes around. Ask a global warmer to give you ONE forecast of the warmers that has come true. One.

And by the way – it IS called Global Warming. They don’t get to switch midstream to a smokescreen title. Them’s their words, them’s what they are stuck with.

Replied: 12th Jan 2020 at 21:56
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Posted by: baker boy (15440)

seals dying off ?,are they the same seals that are multiplying enormously around britain's shoreline.

Replied: 13th Jan 2020 at 14:16

Posted by: Zanzibar Spangles (3914)

Replied: 13th Jan 2020 at 19:55
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Posted by: whacker (929)

Remember, Baker Boy, the polar bears? Photographs of sad looking bears isolated on ice floes. Polar bears swimming desperately far out at sea with no life saving ice floe in sight? They became a symbol for the Warmers of animal species being wiped out, so poignant the the Warmers had the bears printed on their literature. Bye, bye, (sob) polar bears.

National Geographic was forced to admit the stranded bear pictures were fake. They had deliberately cropped the mainland ice from the picture.

Polar bears are powerful swimmers, often seen 70 or more miles from land. Stranded, indeed! They know where they are headed.

Recent surveys show the numbers of polar bears have increased FIVE TIMES in the last ten years.

The Warmers have quietly removed the polar bear as their symbol of Global Warming.

I repeat, it's A HOAX!

Remember the words of the head of Greenpeace, spoken at his mansion atop the Norwegian fjords, "You can't get money out of people if you don't frighten them."

Replied: 13th Jan 2020 at 22:02
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Posted by: firefox (1916)

Global warming is killing the earth.
Nothing to do with the raping of the planets resources.

Replied: 14th Jan 2020 at 06:13

Posted by: Dave xl5 (477) 

She gets around quite a bit, I hope she uses a bike!

Replied: 14th Jan 2020 at 11:18

Posted by: jathbee (10149)

She is the mouth piece for the fanatics. And fanatical she is.
We do need to clean up our act but so does the rest of the world, without the rest of the world we will have little impact.

Replied: 15th Jan 2020 at 10:35

Posted by: Dave xl5 (477) 

I heard the other day that the egg heads have created robots that will clean up all the plastic waste that's been dumped in the oceans around the world. Nice one, reet, can we please have one for our street.

Replied: 15th Jan 2020 at 12:05

Posted by: TerryW (4356)

Replacing the binmen too.

Replied: 15th Jan 2020 at 12:10


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