We all know that while there are people who support Greta Thunberg for her advocate of stopping climate change, there are those who argue that climate change is not as real and dangerous as people make it to be. That’s where Naomi Seibt, 19, is standing.
The German teenager is set to give her speech on Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as a climate change skeptic. It’s only fair that each side deliver their opinion, research and reasons.
Seibt has over 5,000 followers and as an advocate of an unpopular opinion, it’s predicted that her stance will garner less attention. But CPAC seal of approval for her chance at giving a speech will definitely help to increase more awareness of what she has to say.
She continued, “People are being force-fed a very dystopian agenda of climate alarmism that tells us that we as humans are destroying the planet and that we, the young people especially, have no future.”
Greta Thunberg is ‘Person of the Year’ for 2019 in Time magazine as her speech demands leaders to take actions against climate change. “Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money, and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you!” she stunned listeners.
Seibt reveals that she was once like Thunberg. “I used to be a climate change alarmist myself,” said the teen. “Because, obviously, as a young girl I grew up around the climate change hysteria in the media, in my school books.”
She continued, “I was an innocent young girl and I thought by hugging the trees I could save the planet, which quite frankly turned out not to be true.” She did not hesitate in saying the false alarm is an ‘insult to science, and the complexity of nature, and freedom of speech’.
“Climate change alarmism at its very core is a despicably anti-human ideology. We are told to look down on our achievements with guilt, shame, disgust and not even to take into account the many major benefits we have from using fossil fuels as our main energy source.” she added.
“Look around. We are living in such an amazing era of fast progress and innovation. We are not allowed to be proud of that at all? Instead debates are being shut down and real scientists lose their jobs.”
Seibt emphasized that human’s influence to the planet’s climate has been exaggerated. “Are man-made CO2 emissions having that much impact on the climate? I think that’s ridiculous to believe,” said ‘anti-Greta’ to Washington Post.
She becomes an important icon for free markets and climate realism according to The Heartland Institute. Seibt stated, “It is important that we keep questioning the narrative that’s out there instead of promoting it.”
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