Climate militants occupying German coal town include supporters of Antifa and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terrorist group.
Days after German climate activists attacked police with Molotov cocktails and stones for trying to remove them from an occupied coal mining area, Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg arrived at the scene to show support for their protest.
Violent clashes were reported in an abandoned village near the western German city of Aachen, where more than 1000 climate militants occupied the area to stop further coal mining. As Germans faces a severe energy crisis, largely driven by their government’s “green energy” policies, the country has turned to coal-fired power plants to generate electricity needed to keep homes warm this winter.
While the German government rations gas supplies and households struggle to pay surging energy bills, Thunberg came to show her solidarity with climate squatters who attacked police and illegally occupied a mining town.
The 20-year-old climate celebrity was received with great pomp and fanfare. Climate militants welcomed her with banners, loud chants, and even a brass band—eerily resembling the fanatical German tradition of dark and bygone days.
“Crowds of activists marched on the hamlet of Lützerath in western Germany, waving banners, chanting and accompanied by a brass band, but there were also violent clashes with police,” British newspaper The Guardian reported.
In her angry speech, the Swedish activist sided with the climate mob and lashed out at the German police and authorities for following the law. “Germany is really embarrassing itself right now,” Thunberg declared at the rally on Saturday.
“This is a betrayal of present and future generations . . . . Germany is one of the biggest polluters in the world and needs to be held accountable,” she said amid roaring applause.
"Germany is really embarrassing itself right now."@GretaThunberg has joined climate activists in Germany who are resisting the demolition of the Luetzerath village for a coal mine expansion. pic.twitter.com/yEmjWtycVP
— DW News (@dwnews) January 14, 2023
Thunberg arrived at the scene in a Mitsubishi SUV, the German media noted.
German newspaper Bild Zeitung reported Thunberg’s latest “performance”:
Greta Thunberg criticized the actions of the police during the eviction of the site. “The police violence is outrageous,” Thunberg said. What is happening in Lützerath is “shocking.” (…)
Thunberg’s big performance was over in just 30 minutes. The climate activist climbed into a silver-colored Mitsubishi rental with her backers and vanished.
The right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party called for legal action against Thunberg for prompting violent climate activism.
“Greta Thunberg takes part in the illegal actions of Climate Terrorists in Luetzerath. This sounds like cross-border organized crime. Why aren’t the Federal Police preventing her entry?” former AfD deputy leader, Beatrix von Storch, asked on Twitter.
As Thunberg’s fellow climate zealots carry out violence of the streets, the mainstream media and the globalist elites continue to promote the Swedish activist as some sort of messianic figure.
Thunberg’s veneration has reached creepy dimensions in the West, with a British university paying a hefty sum for a life-size bronze statue of the climate campaigner who made a name for herself by skipping school. “The Hampshire university spent £23,760 on what it claims to be the first life-sized sculpture of the ‘inspirational’ Swedish environmental activist,” the UK newspaper Telegraph reported earlier this month.DONATE
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