(Tea Party 247) – Greta Thunberg, meet your match.
The famous teenage climate activist/puppet for the global elite now has an antidote.
In a profile from a surprising source, the Washington Post, we meet Naomi Seibt, “…19-year-old German who, like Greta, is blond, eloquent and European.”
WaPo introduces the YouTuber and climate skeptic:
Naomi denounces “climate alarmism,” calls climate consciousness “a despicably anti-human ideology,” and has even deployed Greta’s now famous “How dare you?” line to take on the mainstream German media.
Of course, it’s not long before you realize WaPo’s intention: to dismiss her as a climate-denying racist. Go figure.
In addition to climate change, Naomi echoes far-right skepticism about feminism and immigration.
The German media have described her as sympathetic to the nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD), the biggest opposition party in parliament, whose leaders have spoken of fighting “an invasion of foreigners.”
Naomi, who describes herself as a libertarian, says that she is not a member of AfD, but did speak at one of their recent events.
Seibt was interviewed by Sky News Australia recently where she explained her motivations.
“What the climate skeptics, or climate realists say, makes a lot of sense to me, scientifically,” Seibt said in the interview.
“And that’s how I became really passionate about the topic.”
“I think this entire climate mainstream narrative is not about science at all. Because I would say that more than 90% of the people, especially the young people, who go to those Fridays for Future protests, they have no clue what they’re actually talking about. They don’t know anything about the science behind it. All they know is, this is the mainstream, and they are actually scared many of them I think that the planet is going to end like 12 years from now. And so, this is not about science. This is about politics. This is about controlling us.”
As WaPo explains, Naomi says that her activism was inspired a few years ago after she asked questions in school about her country’s liberal immigration policies.
She explained that, when faced with backlash from her teachers and peers, she grew all the more skeptical about mainstream German thought.
More recently, seeing the emotional youngsters protesting as part of the weekly “Fridays For Future” demonstrations inspired by Greta, Naomi grew all the more opposed to mainstream climate narratives.
I get chills when I see those young people, especially at Fridays for Future. They are screaming and shouting and they’re generally terrified,” she said in an interview.
“They don’t want the world to end.”
Naomi will soon make her American debut at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
“She’s a fantastic voice for free markets and for climate realism,” James Taylor, director of the Arthur B Robinson Centre for Climate and Environmental Policy at The Heartland Institute, told The Washington Post.