(LifeSiteNews) — Climate activist Greta Thunberg has clandestinely deleted a 2018 tweet that claimed mankind will go extinct unless humans stop using fossil fuels by 2023.
In the now-deleted post from June 2018, Thunberg quoted an article from gritpost titled “Top Climate Scientist: Humans Will Go Extinct if We Don’t Fix Climate Change by 2023.”
“A top climate scientist is warning that climate change will wipe out all of humanity unless we stop using fossil fuels over the next five years,” Thunberg wrote.
Political commentator Jack Posobiec provided a screenshot of Thunberg’s deleted Tweet and wrote “Hi @GretaThunberg! Why did you delete this?”
Hi @GretaThunberg! Why did you delete this? pic.twitter.com/YRyrCje0L1
— No Bailouts Poso 🚫💰 (@JackPosobiec) March 11, 2023
Conservative author and political activist Brigitte Gabriel posted a separate screenshot of the same tweet on her Twitter account. “Greta Thunberg deleted this tweet because it exposes her for being a fraud,” Gabriel said. “Make sure the entire world sees it.”
Greta Thunberg deleted this tweet because it exposes her for being a fraud. Make sure the entire world sees it. pic.twitter.com/kEvuMiBS8D
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) March 11, 2023
The gritpost article to which Thunberg linked has also been deleted, but it can still be accessed through the web archive. In the piece, author Scott Alden quotes Harvard professor James Anderson, who claimed in 2018 that all Arctic sea ice would disappear if humans continue to emit carbon into the atmosphere in the next five years.
Gritpost quotes Anderson who said during a speech at the University of Chicago that “Recovery is all but impossible […] without a World War II-style transformation of industry—an acceleration of the effort to halt carbon pollution and remove it from the atmosphere, and a new effort to reflect sunlight away from the earth’s poles.”
He added that “this has to be done within the next five years,” and that “[t]he chance that there will be any permanent ice left in the Arctic after 2022 is essentially zero.”
The G20 comprises the most powerful nations in the world - the U.S., Canada, the U.K., the E.U., Australia, India, China, Russia and Brazil among others - and they are discussing climate policies that are already affecting billions of people around the world.
Most of these countries want the world to run on solar and wind power, forcing an end to the use of gas, oil and nuclear power, as well as crushing beef farmers because of supposed methane emissions.
But the harsh impact of such policies is already being felt, with energy blackouts and soaring inflation hammering people around the world, making it beyond time for all of us to speak out.
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As western leaders turn off the oil spigots and impose draconian restrictions on farmers, we've all experienced the pain of increased prices, not least at the pump and the grocery store.
This inflation was entirely avoidable if only our politicians prioritized food and energy security over climate theories, but instead they have succumbed to radical environmentalists whose agenda would cripple the livelihoods and living standards of much of the globe.
Communities all around you are feeling the weight of crushing price hikes, which will soon reach your own food isles and gas pumps if it hasn't already.
The effects of inflation are being felt in the developing world most, as fuel and food prices sky rocket, making even worse poverty an inevitabilty for hundreds of millions of people.
Reality hits home.
The harshest effects of energy shortages were felt by many in the west last winter, when our leaders' decisions to cut oil supplies and reject Russian natural gas:
- forced heating, fuel and electricity prices to sky rocket
- continued to make food more expensive
- risked a global depression as inflation spiraled out of control
- prompted blackouts in certain areas
- made civil unrest a real possibility
States like California and countries like England were warning citizens that they faced severe electricity and gas shortages.
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The entire climate change industry is based on models that have been consistently inaccurate for decades, with Al Gore among the most infamous prophets of doom to be proven wrong.
In 2009 Gore told the COP15 climate change conference in Copenhagen that the North Pole would be ice-free by 2014, a claim that remains wildly off the mark.
Arctic sea ice has increased since 2012 and is now close to the average for 1991-2000 – another inconvenient fact for climate change alarmists, alongside thriving polar bears and more coral on the Great Barrier Reef. https://t.co/3m7jcaj1hV— Toby Young (@toadmeister) September 1, 2022
Al Gore is not alone in getting things wrong however, as this brief timeline of scaremongering headlines proves:
The world needs to wake-up to what's really happening: our lives are being upended on the basis of climate theories and models that have been consistently wrong for decades.
It's time to stop the scaremongering and push back against the radical agenda of international elites.
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Alarmist climate predictions have continuously been wrong
Dire climate predictions made by scientists, politicians, and climate activists have continuously been wrong in the past. For instance, the date for when the Arctic ocean will allegedly be ice-free has been moved back several times in recent decades. The website extinctionclock.org provides a list of alarmist climate predictions that have been proven spectacularly false over the past 50 years.
READ: Climate scientists baffled as to why Antarctica has not warmed in 70 years despite rising CO2 levels