“Yesterday I posted a photo wearing a borrowed T-shirt that says I’m against fascism,” she tweeted in July. “That T-shirt can apparently to some be linked to a violent movement. I don’t support any form of violence and to avoid misunderstandings I’ve deleted the post. And of course I am against fascism.”
Thunberg went on to criticize her detractors, claiming the shirt was innocuous, “can be bought anywhere” and is only linked to violence “according to some.”
In recent days, however, photos have emerged showing her parents, Svante Thunberg and Malena Ernman, wearing the exact same t-shirt, throwing her whole explanation into question.
these shirts must be everywhere you guys keep ‘borrowing’ pic.twitter.com/DEAv9k4JYn
— Digital (@MAGAChronicle) September 19, 2019
The clothing prompted conservatives, including Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk, to ask why Congress would allow the pro-Antifa teen to lecture the US.
Congress brought 16 year old Swedish girl Greta Thunberg before the House Foreign Affairs Committee Yesterday
She’s been pictured wearing pro-ANTIFA clothing & raising money for ANTIFA causes in Europe
This is the Democrats’ star witness—a supporter of domestic terrorism?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) September 20, 2019
“This is the Democrats’ star witness—a supporter of domestic terrorism?”
Trump supporter Terrence K. Williams also questioned why Thunberg’s parents allow her to wear clothing associated with Antifa, which has faced calls by members of Congress to be labeled a domestic terror group.
WHY EXPLOIT CHILDREN?
Greta Thunberg said the world is coming to an extinction. Why is she not at school? Why do her parents have her in a Antifa Shirt ?
Libs say we shouldn’t speak about her but they bashed the innocent covington kids.
Funny & Sad! pic.twitter.com/YRDM8SouDx
— Terrence K. Williams (@w_terrence) September 23, 2019
The Swedish climate oracle, Greta Thunberg, has recorded a song together with the band The 1975. In a tweet she promises that all revenue from the recording will go to the extreme-left environmental organisation, Extinction Rebellion.
In April, the fundamentalist environmentalists caused trouble on the streets of London. Moreover, its Swedish Antifa-supporting key person was sentenced to four years in prison for the Gothenburg riots in 2001.
It all started a few days ago when Greta Thunberg wore a left-wing supporting T-shirt, which caused noise all over Sweden. Now, the alternative news site Samhällsnytt has dug a little deeper to find out more about why Greta Thunberg was posing in her T-shirt, which is a copy of the Converse All Stars logo, except from the text which says “Antifascist All Stars”.
It turns out that together with the band The 1975, Greta Thunberg is preaching the end of the world, in which she is stating that all solutions to the climate crisis have failed.
Tweeting money for Extinction Rebellion
After recording of the song, Greta Thunberg tweeted: “New track from the @the1975 out today and I’m in it! So happy to collaborate with these great people. All our income from this track titled The 1975 – which will be the opening track on their upcoming album – will go to #ExtincionRebellion Time to Rebel!”
The environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion caused chaos worldwide, particularly on the streets of London this spring, and launched a second attempt in June to make the capital close down its most important functions.
The group also plans to shut down Heathrow airport this fall, with the help of disturbing drones.
Swedish front figure convicted for riots
The Swedish section of Extinction Rebellion is led by left-wing activist, Jonathan Pye, who participated in the 2001 Gothenburg riots, when the down-town city became a battle-field after left-wing extremists protested against the visit of former US President George W Bush during the EU summit in the city.
Jonathan Pye was sentenced to four years in prison after being one of the rioteers who threw bricks and stones at the Police and set restaurant furniture on fire at the prime street of Gothenburg, Kungsportsavenyn.
“Murder is not worth it”
Back then, Pye was an active member of AFA, a Swedish Antifa section. He did not regret any of his doings, he told Sveriges Radio in 2006.
He confirmed that he consciously uses violence as a tool in the political fight. “If I commit acts of violence it is like a game of chess. Then I think coldly and tactically”, he said in the interview. He did not mind attacking police officers with bricks and stones either. Pye also stated that he could consider murder – if it would be convenient.
“It would not be worth it for the time being, not by moral grounds, mainly practical”, Jonathan Pye said.
Greta Thunberg’s tweet is now erased, and so is the image of her wearing the left-wing supporting t-shirt, since neither she nor her mother said to have been aware of the extremist connections.