Activist Thunberg completes intercontinental dash to Madrid climate summit
Activist Thunberg completes intercontinental dash to Madrid climate summitIn just over a year, Thunberg has inspired younger protesters in a global movement demanding action to slow the atmospheric warming that climate scientists say could ultimately endanger the survival of industrial societies.
Greta Thunberg , the Swedish schoolgirl who inspired a global movement to fight climate change, has been named Time magazine' s Person of the Year for 2019. She has previously been at odds with US President Donald Trump , who has questioned climate science and rolled back many US climate laws
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Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg was named Time’s Person of the Year on Thursday. The title’s primary perk is glossy photograph of yourself on the cover of Time magazine, which is almost certainly why it’s so important to President Trump. He greeted the news by raging on Twitter against the child’s success. “So ridiculous,” he
Greta Thunberg Is the Youngest TIME Person of the Year Ever. Here’s How She Made History
The climate activist is the first teenager to receive the recognitionWhile the franchise has a long record of recognizing the power of young people, the editors have never before selected a teenager. Before 2019, the previous individual to hold the record for youngest Person of the Year was the first Person of the Year in TIME’s history: 25-year-old Charles Lindbergh, selected as most influential man of 1927.
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And Greta has been more than ready to rise to the occasion. The theme of adult irresponsibility has That is why the head of politics at Cambridge University could call for children as young as six to be Also on rt.com While Greta Thunberg hitches another top-dollar yacht ride to Europe, plebs will live
This is a theme for the president: When Thunberg’s made headlines before, he has responded similarly by ridiculing her dour affect. (She has Aspberger syndrome and is understandably worried about the world becoming uninhabitable due to human-caused warming.) It also fits neatly with his fixation on the Person of the Year designation, which he earned in 2016 but claims, despite Time’s denial, to have spurned the following year upon learning he’d only “probably” get it instead of definitely. “The mainstream media has never wanted to give this president the credit that he’s deserved,” Trump’s former campaign manager Corey LewandowskiFox News in 2017, declining to note that Trump had just been awarded the very title that was the basis for his complaint.
Time names climate activist Greta Thunberg its Person of the Year
At 16, Thunberg is the youngest person to be named Time's Person of the Year.The magazine first selected a Person of the Year in 1927. Last year, it named The Guardians and the War on Truth, a collection of journalists and a news organization that did their jobs despite great personal cost. In 2017, Time chose The Silence Breakers as its Person of the Year, which included people who spoke up against sexual assault and harassment.
“Yeah, it ’ s impeachment light. America’s going on a diet — we’ve got to lose 239 pounds of dead weight.” “When asked what she thought about Time, Thunberg said, ‘We probably have about five, six “Plus she doesn ’ t have to fill out a college application — she can show them this. But it will be
" It ' s hard for me to talk about Greta Thunberg because she’s 16, and I still don’ t believe in attacking underaged people," she said. In lieu of Thunberg , McCain claims that the whistleblower, whose complaint sparked the impeachment hearings against Donald Trump , was more deserving of the cover.
Plenty have observed the tension between Trump’s broadsides against Thunberg and the outrage his supporters express whenever others speak ill of — or even mention in passing — the children of conservative political figures. Melania Trump tweeted indignantly that children were off limits earlier this month after Pamela Karlan, a Stanford law professor who, while testifying at an impeachment hearing, noted that “the president can name his son Barron” but “can’t make him a baron.” The First Lady responded: “A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics. Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously biased public pandering, and using a child to do it.” Melania herself has sought to balance out her husband’s dismal record on child welfare — including his imprisonment en masse of migrant children from Central America — by pursuing initiatives to end cyberbullying and youth opioid addiction. But few have been fooled. The First Lady was greeted in Baltimore last month with raucous boos from a crowd of middle-school-aged children during a promotional appearance. Meanwhile, right-wing ad hominems against children remain crucial to the movement’s playbook, as the cases of Thunberg,, and — to a more severe degree — illustrate.
Trump attacks Greta Thunberg for being Time's 'Person of the Year'
Trump attacked environmental activist Greta Thunberg for winning Time magazine's 'Person of the Year,' which the president won after his election win."So ridiculous," Trump said on Twitter.
Greta Thunberg addresses leading climate scientists at a UN-sponsored summit in Madrid, Spain, on Other people who made Time’ s shortlist for Person of the Year: Trump , House Speaker Nancy Instead of being in school on Fridays, Thunberg would stand outside of Sweden’ s Parliament with a
Log In Join HuffPost Plus. It ’ s Not Just Greta Thunberg . STOCKHOLM, Sweden ― Greta Thunberg grabbed the world’s attention when she cruised into New York City on a zero-emissions yacht in Alongside her parents and two younger siblings, she took on a challenge to avoid all plane
Far from aberrant, Trump’s impulse to diminish young girls in particular by characterizing their accomplishments as worthwhile primarily in terms of whether their outward appearance pleases him is part of a pattern. His misogyny is well documented: From his leering behavior at Miss America events to the myriad accusations of sexual assault he faces, not to mention his proud declaration that he grabs women by the genitals unprompted, loom as large over his presidency as they did his 2016 campaign. And despite his repeated denials of physical misconduct, Trump’s rhetoric indicates an almost uniformly reductive view of women that privileges how they look above all else. His criticism of Thunberg’s seriousness is scarcely different from men on the street imploring women passersby to smile for them. This outlook is no more apparent than in how he’s spoken about his own daughters. In a 2006 interview on The View, he said he would “perhaps” date Ivanka Trump were she not related to him. In a 1994 interview with Robin Leach, he was asked which traits then 1-year-old Tiffany Trump inherited from her parents, himself and Marla Maples.
Greta Thunberg's Subtle Clap-Back After Donald Trump Mocked Her Again on Twitter: 'Currently Chilling'
Great Thunberg Claps Back at Donald Trump's MockeryOn Wednesday, the president, 73, a noted denier of climate change, tweeted angrily about Greta’s TIME honor.
So it ’ s fair to ask: What did Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg do to make the projectionist-in-chief so You might remember that it was just eight days ago that the White House erupted in howls of outrage when After all, this was not the first time Trump has mocked Thunberg for her demeanor.
Greta Thunberg , the 16-year-old climate crisis activist who was just named Time’ s Person of the Year, took to Twitter on Thursday to reject any notion her advocacy has a political bent. “If anyone thinks that what I and the science are saying is advocating for a political view - then that says more about that
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“Well, I think she’s got a lot of Marla, she’s a really beautiful baby,” said Trump, who sat next to Maples. “She’s got Marla’s legs. We don’t know whether or not she’s got this part yet, but time will tell,” Trump added, while cupping his hands to his chest to indicate breasts.
On the subject of girls and what makes them notable, Trump has been fairly consistent throughout his adult life. A man who proudly anticipates his infant daughter’s breast size while sitting next to her mother on national TV should surprise no one by criticizing a 16-year-old Time magazine cover star on the basis that she looks too glum. Perhaps less predictable is that casting pejoratives against children would become such a reliable line of attack for conservatives who lack substantive responses to the issues on whose behalf those children advocate. There is no rigorous right-wing retort to the consensus among climate scientists that humans are causing drastic — and possibly irreversible — changes to the planet’s atmosphere and biodiversity. But there’s an undeniablefor mocking Greta Thunberg, as evidenced by Trump’s tweets and Fox News guests and hosts calling her a “mentally-ill Swedish child” or comparing her to the deranged young villains of The Children of the Corn. Yet it has indeed become a go-to strategy. And Thunberg, to her credit, has . The rest of America should not be as good-natured. The stakes are higher every day.
Greta Thunburg Documentary Set At Hulu, Chronicling Climate Activist’s Global Rise .
EXCLUSIVE: Sixteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is the subject of Greta (working title), an original documentary, which will premiere on Hulu in 2020. The documentary is produced by Cecilia Nessen and Frederik Heinig via B-Reel Films and directed by Nathan Grossman. In August of 2018, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old student in Sweden starts a school strike for the climate. Her question for adults: if you don’t care about my future on earth, why should I care about my future in school? Within months, her strike evolves into a global movement. Greta, a quiet Swedish girl on the autism spectrum becomes a world famous activist.