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Entertainment Watch: Fatboy Slim sends crowd wild with Greta Thunberg remix

08:05  09 october  2019
08:05  09 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

Thunberg theatre is more ‘politics than science’

  Thunberg theatre is more ‘politics than science’ The Australian’s Graham Lloyd says the public is witnessing “the politics rather than the science” in relation to Greta Thunberg’s recent impassioned climate change addresses. Speaking with Sky News host Chris Kenny, Mr Lloyd said the response to the Swedish activist's United Nations speech has “been quite extraordinary.""In a lot of ways Thunberg is really delivering on what a lot of people have been looking for, for a long period of time."“I think she has got a very simple message and she cuts through but unfortunately in this area there is often a wide gulf between the science and the politics,” he said.

Watch Fatboy Slim Play the Greta Thunberg 'Right Here, Right Now' Remix Live. As reported by NME, Fatboy Slim dropped the remix into a recent set, thrilling the audience with his homage to the fiercely determined young woman who Time magazine tipped as a "clear favorite" to win the Nobel

A mashup of Fatboy Slim ’s “Right Here, Right Now” and Greta Thunberg ’s United Nations speech has emerged. The artist, whose real name is Norman Cook The artist, whose real name is Norman Cook , originally shared a remix of the two on Twitter after it was shared by musician The Kiffness.

Video footage has emerged of DJ Fatboy Slim sending a UK crowd into a frenzy by sampling climate change activist Greta Thunberg's UN speech in one of his iconic dance tracks.

The legendary DJ used audio of the 16-year-old's impassioned plea to world leaders laid over his song 'Right Here, Right Now'.

"People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction. And all you can talk about is money," Thunberg says over the song's intro.

To ignore Greta Thunberg would be childish

  To ignore Greta Thunberg would be childish The hate being directed at the Swedish teenager says more about her detractors than it does about her bid to mobilise the world's youth.On most days, two mini Greta Thunbergs live at my house.

The dance artist electrifies crowd after mixing the climate activist’s UN speech slogan with his club favourite.

After a recent meme mashed up Fatboy Slim 's 'Right Here, Right Now' and Greta Thunberg 's UN speech, the DJ has dropped it live, and it went off. The remix , which was shared along with another Swedish death metal version, got an airing at a recent Fatboy Slim gig, and as the amazed faces and

"You are failing us, and the young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The eyes of all future generations are upon you."

"We will not let you get away with this. Right here, right now is where we draw the line," the speech continues.

  Watch: Fatboy Slim sends crowd wild with Greta Thunberg remix © Image - Getty; Video - Twitter/Scottjack79 Thunberg's words "right here, right now," are repeated on a loop to line up perfectly with the song's original chorus.

The clip shows a member of the audience yelling "How dare you? How dare you?" - another quote from Thunberg's now-famous United Nations address.

Social media users are requesting Fatboy Slim officially release the mashup so that it can be used at climate change protests.

Activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Alberta ahead of climate strike at legislature .
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has followed through on her pledge to visit the heartland of Canada's oil and gas industry, showing up in downtown Calgary on Wednesday and planning to join a climate strike at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Friday. The Swedish teen — who founded the Fridays For Future climate strikes that have galvanized young people around the world — was spotted on Stephen Avenue in downtown Calgary on Wednesday morning. She told a Radio-Canada reporter who saw her that she had no public events planned in Calgary and would travel to Edmonton within hours.

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