Globalist Agenda Child Soldiers

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"...We need that generation of young people who began to reach political maturity in the midst of a disciplined and desperate struggle against the bourgeoisie. In this struggle that generation is training genuine Communists; it must subordinate to this struggle, and link up with it, each step in its studies, education, and training." Vladimir I. Lenin, Tasks of the Youth Leagues (Bourgeois and Communist Morality)[R 1]

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List of Globalist Agenda Child Soldiers
Name Age Years Psyop/agenda Comments Image Refs
Children's Crusade 12+ 1212 Papacy reality disputed, see below
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[M 1]
Komsomol 16-28 1918-91 Communism
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[M 2]
Vladimir Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization 09-15 1922-91 Communism
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[M 3]
Little Octobrists 07-09 1923-91 Communism
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[M 4]
Hitler Youth 14-18
10-14
1922-45 WWII Its origins dated back to 1922 under the name Hitler-Jugend in July 1926. From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official boy's youth organisation in Germany and was partially a paramilitary organisation; it was composed of the Hitler Youth proper for male youths aged 14 to 18, and the German Youngsters in the Hitler Youth (DJV) for younger boys aged 10 to 14.
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[M 5]
Soleil Moon Frye 09 10/27 1985-88 War For Drugs In 1984, 8-year-old Soleil Moon Frye pushes "Just Say No" quote by Nancy Reagan in American sitcom Punky Brewster.
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[M 6][M 7]
Nayirah Al-Saud 15 10/10 1990 Gulf War Fake story, scripted by Hill & Knowlton. Daughter of Kuwaiti ambassador "throwing babies out of incubators", Iraq.
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[M 8][M 9]
Severn Cullis-Suzuki 12 1992 Ozon Hoax, Anthropogenic Global Warming Daughter of genetist and David Suzuki, famous speech at Earth Summit Rio, Brazil. Suzuki caught public attention when she spoke to delegates ,the speech wat later titled :" the girl that silenced the world for five minutes".she is the daughter of davidsuszuki.com,the apple did not fall far from the tree this time.
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[M 10]
Craig Kielburger 12 1995 Child labor in Bangladesh & India Canadian human rights activist and social entrepreneur. He is the co-founder, with his brother Marc Kielburger, of WE Charity, as well as WE Day and the independent social enterprise ME to WE. On April 11, 2008, Kielburger was named a Member of the Order of Canada by the Governor General of Canada.
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[M 11]
Elián González 05 1999 Cuba, migrant crisis In 1999, 5-year-old Elián González became the center of international controversy when he was found floating alone on an inner tube near Miami after leaving Castro's Cuba with his mother. [M 12][M 13]
Nkosi Johnson 12 2001 AIDS, medical scare "Nkosi Johnson (born Xolani Nkosi; 4 February 1989 – 1 June 2001) was a South African child with HIV/AIDS, who made a powerful impact on public perceptions of the pandemic and its effects before his death at the age of 12. He was ranked fifth amongst SABC3's Great South Africans. At the time of his death, he was the longest-surviving child born HIV-positive. Met Nelson Mandela. [M 14]
Malala Yousafzai 11 2008, 2014 Taliban, Pakistan Malala Yousafzai, 12 July 1997), also known mononymously as Malala, is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate. She is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school. Her advocacy has grown into an international movement, and according to former Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, she has become "the most prominent citizen" of the country.
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[M 15]
Noujoud Ali 10 2008 Child marriage Yemen, 2008, Noujoud, aged 10 was allegedly wed to an 30 some years old man, and somehow managed to become the world youngest divorced child. Ali's courage was praised by prominent women including Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice. Ali's lawyer Shada Nasser, born in 1964, is a feminist and "specialist" in human rights, whose involvement in Ali's case received much acclaim. Ali has also written a book together with French journalist Delphine Minoui called: I Am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced. [M 16]
Desmond Napoles 08 2015 Transgenda He came to wider attention in 2015 when videos of him voguing through the entire NYC Pride March went viral. In June 2017, he made his fashion runway debut, and was in the accompanying campaign. He has since done high fashion shoots, runways, and campaigns for numerous brands, and was named a spokesperson for Converse and NYC Pride.
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[M 17]
Bana al-Abed 07 2016 Syrian War Bana, born in 2009, started tweeting her life under the Bachar Al Assad regime supposed shelling of Aleppo, Syria. She also directed some tweets at Vladimir Putin, later in 2017 she got to Turkey with her family and is now a Turkish citizen. Al-Abed's Twitter account, @AlabedBana, was created on September 24, 2016. Twitter has verified al-Abed's account, indicating that "an account of public interest is authentic." The account has nearly 370,000 followers, and is managed by Bana's mother Fatemah. On December 4, 2016, during the 17th Aleppo offensive, her account was taken down, but it was back up within 2 days and she has been tweeting since.[6] [M 18]
Ahed Tamimi 17 2017 Palestine conflict Palestine 2017: Tamimi, 17 years old at the time, slapped an Isreali soldier on camera, she we as detained for 8 months after her case sparked public attention.
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[M 19]
David Hogg 17 02/14 2018 Parkland shooting Son of CNN employees.
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[M 20][R 2][R 3]
[R 4][R 5][R 6]
Greta Thunberg 16 2019 Anthropogenic Global Warming In May 2019, Swedish Thunberg was featured on the cover of Time magazine, which named her a "next generation leader" and noted that many see her as a role model. Thunberg and the school strike movement were also featured in a 30-minute Vice documentary titled Make the World Greta Again. Some media have described her impact on the world stage as the "Greta Thunberg effect".
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[M 21]
Iris Duquesne 16 2019 Anthropogenic Global Warming ris Duquesne, a 16-year-old Bordeaux girl close to Greta Thunberg, was parading with a sign that read: "Save the planet, eat a lobbyist." [M 22]

History

Children's Crusade

"The Children's Crusade was a failed popular crusade by European Christians to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims, said to have taken place in 1212. The crusaders left areas of Northern France, led by Stephen of Cloyes, and Germany, led by Nicholas.

The traditional narrative is likely conflated from some factual and mythical events which include the visions by a French boy and a German boy, an intention to peacefully convert Muslims in the Holy Land to Christianity, bands of children marching to Italy, and children being sold into slavery.

Many children were tricked by merchants and sailed over to what they thought were the holy lands but, in reality, were slave markets."[M 1]

David Lubin

"David Lubin (10 June 1849 - 1 January 1919) was a merchant and agriculturalist. He was pivotal in founding the International Institute of Agriculture in 1908, in Rome.

He was born in Kłodawa, Poland. His family moved to England in 1853. On his father's death, David's mother married again and they emigrated to America. He received a scant education and at an early age was "placed" in a jewelry factory in Attleboro, Massachusetts.

In his new vocation of farmer, there came to him the idea of an international agricultural congress, whereby one side of the globe might learn what the other side was producing and how and at what costre. He began collecting statistics on the subject, studied plant life and domestic animals and made investigations into their diseases and sought remedies. His son, Simon, helped him develop a proposal for an international chamber of agriculture. In 1896, David Lubin moved to Europe to implement the proposal.

In Italy, in 1904, King Victor Emmanuel III saw the need for such an institution and gave it his ardent support, giving a building for the congress and an annual income of $60,000. In May 1908, the International Institute of Agriculture (the IIA) opened in Rome. The Institute's goals were to help farmers share knowledge, produce systematically, establish a cooperative system of rural credit, and have control over the marketing of their products. At the first gathering 40 nations were represented. In 1906, Lubin was appointed the permanent U.S. delegate to the IIA. In 1913 [Federal Reserve?] on the occasion of the meeting of the congress in Rome Mr. Lubin received a silver cup as a token of appreciation of his efforts in originating the organization. By 1919, 53 nations were represented at the IIA gatherings.

The Western Jewish History Center, of the Judah L. Magnes Museum, in Berkeley, California has a large collection of papers, correspondence, publications, and photographs of David Lubin.

In addition, Lubin wrote essays and treatises. His novel, Let There be Light, proposed a universal world religion."[M 23]

Leninism

"Children in the Soviet Union held a special place in the hearts of citizens and the Party. They represented not only the innocence of youth, but also the promise of the socialist future; in order for the international Marxist Revolution to succeed, the youth had to be treated well and educated politically. Communist authorities took many routes to achieve this goal. Primarily, the Communist Party fostered a cult of childhood, much like Stalin’s cult of personality, which idealized Soviet childhood.

The Communist Party formalized this cult through youth organizations such as the Komsomol, Young Pioneers, and Little Octobrists.

Much as Lenin did in his 1920 speech to the Komsomol, this cult relied on a juxtaposition between “true” Communist children and everyone else. By institutionalizing this reverence for childhood, the Communist Party isolated those children who did not join such groups, and were in fact able to create a radical other, or class enemy, before citizens even entered the workforce. The force of this institutionalization was seen most strongly in the formative years of the Soviet Union, and was perfected under Stalin. The effect these groups had is undeniable; the Communists created secondary communities for children to align themselves with. Rather than attach themselves most strongly to their families, Soviet children were taught to prioritize Communism above all, and these youth organizations provided the very first encounters with socialism. This had the significant effect of diminishing the role of the family structure, and these groups became the primary outlet for self-expression among Soviet children. To carry the identity card of the Komsomol was to declare oneself a loyal Communist."[R 1]

Mao Zedong

"A mass mobilization begun in 1966, which included urban youth - the Red Guards, later also workers and peasants, led by Mao and his wife Jiang Qing [the Mandelas, Clintons, Gateses, anyone?].

Mao alerted people to grasp revolution and promote production. He closed schools and encouraged students to join the Red Guards, which persecuted Chinese intellectuals and enforced Mao’s personality cult. The motives of the urban workers and the rebellious students were similar: Fighting against inequality, authoritarianism, and """capitalist""" tendencies that they believed to be embodied in factory managers.

The movement for criticism of party officials, intellectuals, and bourgeois values turned violent, and the Red Guards split into factions. Many people died in the ensuing purges. When the military itself threatened to factionalize, Mao dispersed the red guards and began to rebuild the party.

The long-established Confucian humanism and social stability, as well as Daoist harmony and tranquility, were entirely replaced by Marxist class struggle theory, acts of violence, and complete social chaos.

The communist revolutionaries rejected anything traditional, including Confucian philosophy and various religions.

They launched an Anti-Confucius campaign in 1973–1974."[R 7]

1980s

Soleil Moon Frye

  • 1985
  • 9 years old
  • Punky Brewster sitcom (USA) pushing "Just say no!" Nancy Reagan slogan

1990s

Nayirah Al-Saud

  • 1990
  • Kuwait & Iraq
  • 15 (allegedly)
  • Daughter of Kuwaiti ambassador to US played "witness" about "babies thrown out of incubators", prepping public for Gulf War (1991/92)
  • Perps: Hill & Knowlton

Severn Cullis-Suzuki

"Cullis-Suzuki was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her mother is writer Tara Elizabeth Cullis. Her father, geneticist and environmental activist David Suzuki, is a third-generation Japanese Canadian. While attending Lord Tennyson Elementary School in French Immersion, at age 9, she [her father] founded the Environmental Children's Organization (ECO), a group of children dedicated to learning and teaching other youngsters about environmental issues. In 1992, at age 12, Cullis-Suzuki raised money with members of ECO to attend the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Along with group members Michelle Quigg, Vanessa Suttie, and Morgan Geisler, Cullis-Suzuki presented environmental issues from a youth perspective at the summit, where she was applauded for a speech to the delegates.

The video has since become a viral hit, popularly known as "The Girl Who Silenced the World for 5 Minutes".[M 24]

In her speech from 27 years ago, she said: “I am afraid to go out in the sun now because of the hole in our ozone. I am afraid to breathe the air because I don’t know what chemicals are in it.""[M 10]

"David Takayoshi Suzuki CC OBC FRSC (born March 24, 1936) is a Canadian academic, science broadcaster and environmental activist. Suzuki earned a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961, and was a professor in the genetics department at the University of British Columbia from 1963 until his retirement in 2001. Since the mid-1970s, Suzuki has been known for his television and radio series, documentaries and books about nature and the environment. He is best known as host of the popular and long-running CBC Television science program The Nature of Things, seen in over 40 countries. He is also well known for criticizing governments for their lack of action to protect the environment.

A longtime activist to reverse global climate change, Suzuki co-founded the David Suzuki Foundation in 1990, to work "to find ways for society to live in balance with the natural world that does sustain us". The Foundation's priorities are: oceans and sustainable fishing, climate change and clean energy, sustainability, and Suzuki's Nature Challenge. The Foundation also works on ways to help protect the oceans from large oil spills such as the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Suzuki has also served as a director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association from 1982 to 1987.

Suzuki was awarded the Right Livelihood Award in 2009. His 2011 book, The Legacy, won the Nautilus Book Award. He is a Companion of the Order of Canada. In 2004, David Suzuki ranked fifth [???] on the list of final nominees in a CBC Television series that asked viewers to select The Greatest Canadian of all time."[M 25]

  • Severin Cullis-Suzuki has her fathers surname as second surname
  • She is a member of Earth Charter, who meet all over the world, flying to summits in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Netherlands and other places.
  • They meet in the "David Lubin Memorial Library".[M 26] See above for David Lubin.

Craig Kielburger

"In 1995, when Craig Kielburger was 12 years old, he saw a headline in the Toronto Star newspaper that read "Battled child labour, boy, 12, murdered." The accompanying story was about a young Pakistani boy named Iqbal Masih, a child labourer turned child-rights activist who was killed for speaking out against the carpet industry.

Kielburger did more research about child labour and asked his grade seven teacher to speak to his classmates on the topic. Several students offered to help, and the group of pre-teens started "Kids Can Free the Children" (later named WE Charity).

Craig’s parents, Fred and Theresa Kielburger, supported the early stages of the organization, which was initially headquartered in the Kielburger family home.

One of the group's first actions was to collect 3,000 signatures on a petition to the prime minister of India, calling for the release of imprisoned child labour activist Kailash Satyarthi, who went on to win the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize [with Malala above]. The petition was sent in a shoe box wrapped in brown paper. On his eventual release, Satyarthi said, "It was one of the most powerful actions taken on my behalf, and for me, definitely the most memorable".

In December 1995, Kielburger travelled to Asia with Alam Rahman, a 25-year-old family friend from Bangladesh to see the condition of child labourers for himself. While there, he learnt that then-Prime Minister of Canada, Jean Chrétien was travelling to India. After initially being denied a meeting, Kielburger was granted 15 minutes with Chretien to advocate for Canadian action on the issue of child labour, making headlines across Canada and internationally. Upon his return, Kielburger attracted international media attention with features on 60 Minutes and the Oprah Winfrey Show. His South Asian trip was documented in the Judy Jackson documentary "It Takes a Child". In 1999, Kielburger collaborated with novelist Kevin Major to write Free the Children, a book detailing his trip to South Asia, his meetings with child labourers, and the founding of Free The Children."[M 11]

Elián González

  • 1999
  • Cuban boy
  • 8 years young
  • Migrant crisis, Castro regime

2000s

Nkosi Johnson

"Nkosi Johnson (born Xolani Nkosi; 4 February 1989 – 1 June 2001) was a South African child with HIV/AIDS, who made a powerful impact on public perceptions of the pandemic and its effects before his death at the age of 12. He was ranked fifth amongst SABC3's Great South Africans. At the time of his death, he was the longest-surviving child born HIV-positive.

Nkosi was born to Nonthlanthla Daphne Nkosi in a village near Dannhauser in 1989.[3] He never knew his father. Nkosi was HIV-positive from birth, and was legally adopted by Gail Johnson, a Johannesburg Public Relations practitioner, when his own mother, debilitated by the disease, was no longer able to care for him.

The young Nkosi Johnson first came to public attention in 1997, when a primary school in the Johannesburg suburb of Melville refused to accept him as a pupil because of his HIV-positive status. The incident caused a furor at the highest political level—South Africa's Constitution forbids discrimination on the grounds of medical status—and the school later reversed its decision.

Nkosi's birth mother died of HIV/AIDS in the same year that he started school. His own condition steadily worsened over the years, although, with the help of medication and treatment, he was able to lead a fairly active life at school and at home.

Nkosi was the keynote speaker at the 13th International AIDS Conference, where he encouraged people with HIV/AIDS to be open about the disease and to seek equal treatment. Nkosi finished his speech with the words:

"Care for us and accept us — we are all human beings. We are normal. We have hands. We have feet. We can walk, we can talk, we have needs just like everyone else — don't be afraid of us — we are all the same!"

Nelson Mandela referred to Nkosi as an "icon of the struggle for life."

Together with his foster mother, Nkosi founded a refuge for HIV positive mothers and their children, Nkosi's Haven, in Johannesburg. In November 2005, Gail represented Nkosi when he posthumously received the International Children's Peace Prize from the hands of Mikhail Gorbachev. Nkosi's Haven received a prize of US $100,000 from the KidsRights Foundation.

Nkosi is buried at the Westpark Cemetery in Johannesburg.

Legacy
  • Nkosi's life is the subject of the book We Are All the Same by Jim Wooten.
  • Poet M. K. Asante dedicated his 2005 book Beautiful. And Ugly Too to Nkosi. The book also features a poem entitled "The Spirit of Nkosi Johnson."
  • A song titled "Do All You Can" subtitled Nkosi's song was recorded by the spiritual musical group Devotion.
  • Nkosi's words are the inspiration of the song "We Are All the Same" written by NALEDi in June 2001. This song was recorded and released on her 2003 album In The Rain.
  • The head office of CAFCASS at the Department for Education and Skills (Sanctuary Buildings), London has a meeting room named after Johnson.
  • Stellenbosch University has a residence named after him at their Medical Campus in Tygerberg."[M 14]

Malala Yousafzai

"Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani women’s rights activist who became the youngest ever person to be awarded the Nobel Prize when she won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 jointly with the Indian activist, Kailash Satyarthi [see Craig Kielburger]. The young lady is mainly known for her advocacy for female education in her native Swat Valley, in Pakistan. Born into a family of progressive thinkers and educationists, Malala started expressing her frustration over the restrictive practices of the Taliban in an anonymous blog when she was just 11 years old. Very mature and intelligent for her young age, the pre-teen courageously wrote about how the Taliban were attempting to control the valley and trying to prevent girls from going to school. Her blog gained much prominence around the world and she soon became popular as an emerging activist who campaigned for girls’ rights to education. Encouraged by her father to freely express her thoughts, she became more vocal in voicing her opinion of women’s rights to education. This angered the Taliban which issued a death threat against her and she was shot by a gunman when she was returning form school. The gutsy girl survived the horrific attack and retuned to activism even more determined than before."[M 27]

Noujoud Ali

  • 2008
  • Yemen
  • 10 years young
  • advocacy against child marriage, youngest divorcee ever

2010s

Bana al-Abed

  • 2016
  • Syria
  • 7 years young
  • Assad regime, Syrian War

Ahed Tamimi

  • 2017
  • Palestine, very Caucasian girl
  • 17 years
  • Palestine conflict, slapped Israeli soldier on camera

David Hogg

See also Parkland shooting

  • 2018
  • Vicsurvivor of Parkland school shooting, Florida
  • 17 years
  • Gun law advocate, CNN child

Present

Fiction

Lisa Simpson

Stewie Griffin

Chris Griffin

Southpark

Greta Thunberg

Actress

"Greta Thunberg was born on January 3, 2003 in Sweden as Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg. She is known for her work on Ave paraíso (2019), Climate Change: The Facts (2019) and Heti Dörgés Villám Gézával (2019)."[M 32]

  • Quote

"[to the U.N. Global Climate Action Summit, September 2019] You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words...

People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are at the beginning of a mass extinction [??] and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of an endless economic growth.

How dare you!"[M 32]

"New Jesus Christ"

"Climate activist Greta Thunberg proclaimed “Successor of Christ” by The Church of Sweden"

The Church of Sweden believes that climate activist Greta Thunberg is the “Successor of Christ” of this time due to her defense to the environment.

The Church of Sweden, with Lutheran roots, affirmed through the social media “Twitter” that Thunberg and her discourse is the most similar image of Christ nowadays.

This statement created a controversy on social media and among believers. Many followers of Christ disliked these words. They assumed that calling Thunberg “The successor of Christ” can initiate Blasphemy.

The Limhamns Kyrka Curch wrote on Twitter: “Announcement! Jesus of Nazareth named one of his successors, Greta Thunberg.

It seems that Thunberg´s behavior of missing classes every Friday to protest outside the Swedish Parliament doors has inspired many.

Others expressed their opinions of rejection about what Thunberg is doing.

“Greta is just a girl. Adults used her in a bad way”, some people said.[R 8]

WTF, where does this MADNESS stop??

Screencapture

  • Swedish to English translation: "Proclamation! Jesus of Nazareth has now appointed one of his successors, Greta Thunberg"[M 33]

"I see dead CO2"

"Greta's mother Malena Ernman wrote in May in the book Scener ur hjärtat that "Greta Thunberg can SEE CO2"?????????????? Screencapture"[M 34]

"...because she saw what others did not want to see. Greta belonged to the few that could see our CO2 with the naked eye. She saw how the greenhouse gases were flowing out of the chimneys, rising up with the winds and changed the atmosphere into a gigantic invisible dumpsite. She was a child, we were emperors. And we were all naked."

  • italic part is rough translation checked by article[R 9]

"Yesterday was the story viral that Greta Thunberg according to her mother, and CO2 with the naked eye can see. Fake news shows.

The German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung published at the end of april an excerpt from the new book, ‘Scenes from the heart. Our life for the climate.’ This describes Malena Ernman, the mother of Greta Thunberg, frank the life of her family and, in particular Greta. Her eating disorders, the diagnosis of Asperger syndrome and of course her great concern about the climate are discussed at length.

In a passage says mother Ernman that Greta can see things that others don’t want to see. “She belongs to the few that our carbon dioxide with the naked eye can recognize. They can see how greenhouse gas emissions from our chimneys currents, by the wind to the sky to rise and the atmosphere will change in a giant, invisible dump.’

She concludes the excerpt with a reference to the fairy tale The new clothes of the emperor, where also the symbolism of the do not want to see discussed. “She is the child, we are the emperor. And we are all naked.’

The passage seemed to be no questions on the call, up to yesterday, several media including The Latest News and Algemeen Dagblad set out with a shortened passage in which the mother of Greta claimed that her daughter is CO2 with the naked eye could see, in place of recognize. The metaphor of a landfill in the atmosphere, added the newspaper, but the adjective ‘invisible’ was not translated. Also the metaphor about the child and the emperor receded into the background.

The plots are assigned alien forces remained on social media has not gone unnoticed. As described professor Rik Torfs, the so-called gift as the Mariaverschijningen of our time. The radio 1 programme ‘The world today’ left for security, a toxicologist at the word to make the possibility of this superpower. ‘Carbon dioxide is a colorless and odorless gas. You can really see, unless you have sensory properties that a normal man has not, ” was the verdict.

One of the few critical critical remarks came from the Twitter account ” an Arbitrator or Tweets’. This account looked from where the news came from.

The placed the now much-discussed passage in a broader perspective, with mention of the various non-or incorrectly translated words from the original passage."

Acting family

"Greta Thunberg’s family includes her parents, Malena Ernman and Svante Thunberg, her sister Beata Thunberg, and grandfather Olof Thunberg. Thunberg is also distantly related to Nobel Prize winner Svante Arrhenius.[M 36] see below.

"Greta Thunberg, BY MANILA · SEPTEMBER 22, 2019

Birth Name: Greta Tintin Eleonora Thunberg Place of Birth: Stockholm, Sweden Date of Birth: 3 January, 2003 Ethnicity: Swedish, distant Finnish and German [including Baltic German], as well as remote Danish, Dutch, and Scottish

Greta Thunberg is a Swedish environmental activist. Her father, Svante Thunberg, is an author, arts manager, producer, and actor. Her mother, Malena Ernman, is an opera singer. Greta’s patrilineal line can be traced back to his eighth great-grandfather, Olof Jönsson (died August 1672).

Greta’s paternal grandfather is actor and director Olof Thunberg (the son of Fritz Thunberg and Elsa Sofia Mattsson). Olof was born in Västerås, Västmanland. Fritz was the son of Carl Gustaf Eriksson and Augusta Margareta Thunberg. Elsa Sofia was the daughter of Erik Mattsson and Edla Sofia Vedlund.

Greta’s paternal grandmother is Mona Margareta Andersson (the daughter of Otto Vilhelm Andersson and Helfrid Eleonora Norrman). Mona was born in Örgryte, Gothenburg. Otto Vilhelm was the son of Sven August Andersson and Alma Charlotta Håkansson. Helfrid Eleonora was the daughter of Fritiof Melker Norrman and Hildur Eleonora Larsson.

Greta’s maternal grandfather is Lars Ernman (the son of Karl Ragnar Ernman and Greta Gurli Fresk). Lars was born in Stockholm. Karl Ragnar was the son of Karl August Andersson and Johanna Margareta Westin. Greta’s great-grandmother Greta was the daughter of Albert Fresk and Gurli Charlotta Johanna Söderström.

Greta’s maternal grandmother is Eva Héléne Norberg (the daughter of Tage Nils Erik Norberg and Renée Monica Ursell). Eva, who was born in Stockholm, was adopted by (R?)Ebbe Arvid Ragnvald Arvidsson and Lilly Alfhild Elisabet Pettersson. Tage was the son of Nils Knut Severin Norberg and Selma Nikolina Johansson. Monica was the daughter of Georg Olof Gunnar Ursell and Renée Louise Björling.

Greta’s matrilineal line can be traced back to her sixth great-grandmother, Eva Jonsdotter."[M 37]

Genealogy Greta Thunberg

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Adopted
Unmarried
Same photo
Maternal surname taken
Jewish (?)
Biological parent
Interesting (?)
Genealogy Greta Thunberg to 6 generations back
0 Greta Thunberg [ Beata Thunberg]
1 Malena Ernman Svante Thunberg
2 Eva Héléne Norberg Lars Ernman Mona Margareta
Andersson
Fritz-Olof Thunberg
3 Renée Monica Ursell Tage Nils Erik Norberg Greta Gurli Fresk Karl Ragnar Ernman Helfrid Eleonora Norrman Otto Vilhelm Andersson Elsa Sofia
Mattsson
Fritz Thunberg (Eriksson)
Lilly Alfhild Elisabet "Lisa"
Pettersson
(R?)Ebbe Arvid Ragnvald
Arvidsson
4 Renée Louise
Björling
Georg Olof Gunnar
Ursell
Selma Nikolina
Johansson
Nils Knut
Severin Norberg
Gurli Charlotta Johanna
Söderström
Albert Fresk Johanna Margareta
Westin
Karl August
Andersson
Hildur Eleonora
Larsson
Fritiof Melker Norrman Alma Charlotta Håkansson Sven August Andersson Edla Sofia
Vedlund
Erik Mattsson Augusta Margareta
Thunberg
Carl Gustaf
Eriksson
5 Hedvig Amanda
Lindroth
Karl-Olof
Björling
Christina Maria Teresia
Busck
Carl Viktor Mathias
Ursell
Anna Brita
Svensdotter
Johan Pettersson Sara Magdalena Sundholm Jonas Andersson
Norberg
Emma Charlotta Karolina
Becklin
Frans Verner Söderström Evelina* Albertina
Westman
Frans Törner
Fresk
Katarina Margareta
Ramstedt
Hans Samuelsson
Westin
Clara Maria
Åkervall
Anders Andersson Johanna Lovisa
Andreasdotter
Gustav Edvin Larsson Kajsa
Håkansdotter
Anton
Andersson
Anna
Jonsdotter
August Håkansson Cajsa Lena
Carlsdotter
Anders
Svensson Mark
Sofia Carolina
Bergqvist
Johan Vedlund Anna Hallvarsdotter Utby Mats
Eriksson
Catharina Elisabeth
Pettersdotter
Johan Peter
Thunberg
Stina Kajsa
Eriksdotter
Erik Magnus
Jönsson
6 Hedvig Vilhelmina
Andersson
Per Erik
Lindroth
Lovisa Vilhelmina
Sundell
Carl Björling Augusta Teresia Ullman Johan Georg Busck Lydia Josefina Oskaria
Eberstein
Olof Fredrik
Ursell
Anna Kristina
Kristoffersdotter Dannberg
Sven Anders
Göransson Brandt
Kristina Helena
Persdotter
Per Johansson Märta Lisa
Andersdotter
Erik Gustav
Johansson Sundholm
Cajsa Stina
Jonsdotter
Anders Hansson
Wrång
Anna Charlotta
Wallberg
Arvid Becklin Johanna Nyberg Johan
Söderström (Andersson)
Emilia Eufrosyne
Hagberg
NN
Westman
Charlotta Juliana
Westman
Pehr Fresk Brita Cajsa
Nilsdotter
Johan
Ramstedt (Olofsson)
Margareta
Jonsdotter
Samuel
Olofsson
Maria Johanna
Jernström
Lars Peter
Åkerwall
Maria
Persdotter
Anders
Munter (Mattsson)
Johanna Jonasdotter Andreas Eriksson Britta Svensdotter Lars Andersson Stina Nilsdotter Håkan Olsson Eva Strandberg Anders Andersson "Jon" Inga Cajsa Andersdotter Håkan Håkansson Christina Nicolausdotter Karl Fredrik Fredrik
Andersson
Gunnel Andersdotter Sven Magnusson Christina Persdotter Per Larsson
Bergqvist
Cajsa Ersdotter Carl Wedlund Margareta Larsdotter Utby Hallvar Hallvarsson Brita Håkansdotter Utby Erik Eriksson Kerstin Månsdotter Sven Nilsson Catharina Elisabeth
Pettersdotter Thunberg
Nils Petter
Pettersson
Stina
Johansdotter
Erik Andersson Ingrid Svensdotter Jöns Jönsson

Thunberg family

Malena Ernman - mother

"Sara Magdalena "Malena" Ernman (born 4 November 1970) is a Swedish opera singer. Outside the world of opera and operettas, she has also performed chansons, cabaret, jazz, and appeared in musicals; and she has declared that she is very much attracted to the attributes of variété theatre and small, intimate stage rooms. She is a member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Music. Ernman represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow.

She is the mother of climate activist Greta Thunberg, who convinced her to give up her international opera career due to the environmental impact of aviation."[G 1]

  • Place of Birth: Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden
  • Ethnicity: Swedish, distant Finnish and German [including Baltic German], as well as remote Danish, Dutch, and Scottish
  • Malena Ernman is a Swedish opera singer. She is the daughter of Eva Héléne (Norberg) and Lars Ernman. Eva was adopted by Ebbe Arvid Ragnvald Arvidsson and Lilly Alfhild Elisabet Pettersson.

Malena is married to author, arts manager, producer, and actor Svante Thunberg, with whom she has two daughters, the older of whom is environmental activist Greta Thunberg. Her father-in-law is actor and director Olof Thunberg.

Malena’s patrilineal line can be traced back to her fourth great-grandfather, Mattes Wägblom.

Malena’s paternal grandfather was Karl Ragnar Ernman (the son of Karl August Andersson and Johanna Margareta Westin). Karl Ragnar was born in Nätra, Västernorrland. Karl August was the son of Anders Andersson and Clara Maria Åkervall. Johanna Margareta was the daughter of Hans Samuelsson Westin and Katarina Margareta Ramstedt.

Malena’s paternal grandmother was Greta Gurli Fresk (the daughter of Albert Fresk and Gurli Charlotta Johanna Söderström). Greta was born in Svenarum, Jönköping. Albert was the son of Frans Törner Fresk and Evelina Albertina Westman. Malena’s great-grandmother Gurli was the daughter of Frans Verner Söderström and Emma Charlotta Karolina Becklin.

Malena’s maternal grandfather was Tage Nils Erik Norberg (the son of Nils Knut Severin Norberg and Selma Nikolina Johansson). Tage was born in Jukkasjärvi, Norrbotten. Malena’s great-grandfather Nils was the son of Jonas Andersson Norberg and Sara Magdalena Sundholm. Selma was the daughter of Johan Pettersson and Anna Brita Svensdotter.

Malena’s maternal grandmother was Renée Monica Ursell (the daughter of Georg Olof Gunnar Ursell and Renée Louise Björling). Monica was born in Skeppsholm, Stockholm. Gunnar was the son of Carl Viktor Mathias Ursell and Christina Maria Teresia Busck. Malena’s great-grandmother Renée was the daughter of Karl-Olof Björling and Hedvig Amanda Lindroth.

Malena’s matrilineal line can be traced back to her fifth great-grandmother, Eva Jonsdotter."[M 39]

Svante Thunberg - father

"Svante Thunberg (born 10 June 1969) is a Swedish author, arts manager and producer, and actor, having written Scener ur hjärtat [Scenes from the heart] with spouse and Swedish operatic mezzo-soprano Malena Ernman. He is also associated with the work of his daughter, youth environmental activist Greta Thunberg.

Thunberg was born Svante Fritz Vilhelm Thunberg on 10 June 1969, in Saltsjö-Boo parish in Stockholm County. He is the son of actors Olof Thunberg and Mona Andersson.

Thunberg appeared in two plays at the Royal Dramatic Theater Dramaten in 1991: as a choir member and extra in Romeo and Juliet, and as named character "Ettan" in Peter Pan. He trained as an actor at Göteborg University.

After training, Thunberg joined Riksteatern, or the "Riks", the where he toured as an actor in plays of its youth program, the "Unga Riks" [Young Riksteatern], among them Thomas Tidholm's Tralala-la (1997), Börje Lindström's Sprit (1998), Irena Kraus' Ciao bella (1999), and Isa Schöier's Min bror (2000), as well as Petter S. Rosenlund's En hopplös grabb (2001). In 1998 he appeared in an episode of the Swedish television series Skärgårdsdoktorn. He has also portrayed composer Joseph Martin Kraus in an episode of Veckans konsert (sv) in 2002.

He now also works as manager and co-producer for his wife, opera singer Malena Ernman. Together, they wrote Scener ur hjärtat, in English, Scenes from the Heart, about their family and the environmental crisis."[G 2]

Olof Thunberg - paternal grandfather

"Thunberg was born Fritz-Olof Thunberg in Västerås, where he formed a theatre club called Scenklubben that also included Lars Ekborg and the poet Bo Setterlind. He studied at Calle Flygare's drama school in Stockholm and then from 1950 to 1952 at Dramatens elevskola; between the two, in the late 1940s, he performed in public parks.

After finishing drama school, Thunberg joined the Östgötateatern regional theatre, where he directed in addition to acting, then became a free-lance actor. In the 1950s he became known for his work on the radio programme Mannen i svart ("The Man in Black"), where he presented all kinds of stories of horror and the supernatural in his deep voice, accompanied by a variety of sound effects.

Thunberg has appeared in a variety of films, often in a supporting role as a confident charmer, and is the voice of both Bamse and Agaton Sax in children's films and recordings. He also voiced Shere Khan in the Swedish dubbed versions of both the 1967 Disney The Jungle Book and its 2003 sequel, The Jungle Book 2.

In 2006, Thunberg was a host of Sommar on Sveriges Radio P1. Thunberg has also directed for television.

Thunberg was previously married to Mona Andersson. He is the father of actor Svante Thunberg and father-in-law of opera singer Malena Ernman. His granddaughter is activist Greta Thunberg. He is a distant relative to Svante Arrhenius, who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1903."[G 3]

  • Born 21 May 1925
  • Västerås, Västmanlands Län, Sweden
  • Managed by Johan Anell
  • Last updated 7 April 2019"[G 4]
Fritz Eriksson Thunberg - paternal great-grandfather
  • Born 29 August 1889
  • Lärbro, Gotland County, Sweden
  • Died 10 april 1988 (98)
  • Släggarg 7, II, Västerås, Badelunda, Västmanland County, Sweden
  • Son of Carl Gustaf Eriksson and Augusta Margareta Thunberg
  • Managed by Stefan Jacobsson
  • Last update 14 februari 2019"[G 5]
  • Gaia: Here the surname Thunberg from Greta comes from, but Fritz, just like his siblings, got his mothers last name [a jewish maternal tradition]...
Relationship Thunberg-Arrhenius
Arrhenius, Svante (av Richard Bergh 1911).jpg

Iris Duquesne

"There were several millions over the past weekend to demonstrate around the world for the climate. In addition to Berlin and Paris, where the rally was heavily policed, the New York march was attended by tens of thousands of people. Among the crowd, Iris Duquesne, a 16-year-old Bordeaux girl close to Greta Thunberg, was parading with a sign that read: "Save the planet, eat a lobbyist."

Born during the heat wave of 2003

In the shadow of Sweden's flagship, they are in fact fifteen teenagers from around the world to mobilize for the climate. Among them, this French schoolgirl who now lives in California, and of which we really know very little. However, the site Childrenvsclimatecrisis, which presents all these teenagers and their cause, gives some elements on his profile.

Born in 2003, the year of a strong heat wave, we learn that her parents were afraid of losing her because of the heat while she was still an infant. Moreover, living in Bordeaux, she was immediately aware of global warming, the city of Gironde is regularly subject to high temperatures.

Greta Thunberg, a model

On his commitment, Iris Duquesne is much more loquacious. Asked by BFMTV during the New York march, she said that "the climatic emergency is the biggest crisis that humanity has ever known, we must act now, we have more time."

"GRETA THUNBERG IS A MODEL FOR THE NEW GENERATION AND WE HAVE TO LISTEN TO HER, UNITE BEHIND SCIENCE AND I THINK SHE'S ABSOLUTELY RIGHT TO DO WHAT SHE DOES TODAY," SHE CONTINUES.

Iris Duquesne also does not hesitate to urge the new generation to mobilize, while tackling the past. "We have become aware of the problem of climate change, which has not been done by previous generations, and what we can say is what needs to be done to combat this problem and find solutions together. "

Awaken consciences

As for the complaint lodged by the 16 adolescents against the countries that reject the most carbon that France, the teenager assumes, stressing that the Charter of the Rights of the Child, ratified by 44 states, allows such a measure.

"IT IS HOPED THAT THIS COMPLAINT WILL RAISE AWARENESS AND MAKE IT CLEAR THAT NOT ONLY ONE PART OF THE WORLD IS CONCERNED"; SHE EXPLAINS TO RADIO-CANADA.

For her, France "is already doing a lot but could do much more, such as creating renewable energy plants or multiply wind turbines," she concludes.[M 22]

Desmond Napoles

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  27. Famous People - Malala Yousafzai
  28. YouTube - The Simpsons Season 4 Ep 17 - "Last Exit to Springfield" - 2:50
  29. BANNED clip - Stewie as President singing - DOWNLOAD
  30. YouTube - Family Guy Season 8 Ep 21 - "Partial Terms of Endearment" - play from 1:21
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  36. 36.0 36.1 2019-09-23 - Heavy.com - Greta Thunberg’s Family: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
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