Dr. Simon Goddek wrote:
As I delved deeper into @GretaThunberg's tale, things started to smell a bit off. The lineup of COINCIDENCES is astounding! Her debut was a sit-in protest outside Swedish Parliament on August 20, 2018. Four days later, by sheer COINCIDENCE, a book she'd written with her mom hits the shelves.
But the plot thickens - a PR blitz, orchestrated by Ingmar Rentzhog, and his company
@WeDontHaveTime, was already in motion on that pivotal August 20th. Rentzhog, another COINCIDENCE, chairs the think tank "Global Challenge" (@ChallengesFnd), funded by billionaire Kristine Persson, a Swedish Social Democratic Workers' Party member and ex-minister under Stefan Löfven.
The COINCIDENCES don't stop there. Rentzhog just happened to be passing by the Parliament on that very August 20, spotted Greta in her protest, and snapped a photo. Even more curious, Rentzhog and Greta's mother had crossed paths at a climate conference on May 4, 2018, which, yes, you guessed it, COINCIDENTALLY is the same day Rentzhog stepped in as CEO of the mentioned think tank.
And here's something interesting - both Persson and Löfven are card-carrying members of Klaus Schwab's
@WEF. Quite the spider's web of COINCIDENTIAL connections, don't you think?
The icing on the cake - Thunberg, a self-proclaimed environmentalist, paradoxically promotes mask-wearing, lining up neatly with
@WEF's agenda. Intriguingly, she has constantly argued that the future belongs to the next generation, yet she supports a measure that muzzles and mentally affects that very generation. What a COINCIDENCE, isn't it? The hypocrisy is hard to ignore!
It's painfully obvious that there's some sneaky manipulation going on here. These bigwigs are twisting public opinion for their own political advantage. COINCIDENTALLY, it all seems to align with their plans for the Great Reset and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Instead of promoting Klaus Schwab's Fourth Industrial Revolution under the premise of climate change, @GretaThunberg
should simply go back to school. Also, she should reconsider encouraging children to skip classes for climate protests. After all, if they miss their physics and maths classes, how can they fully understand the issues they're demonstrating against? But who knows, maybe that's exactly her objective.