The elite machine behind Greta Thunberg

A look at the powerful, elite-backed machine behind Greta Thunberg and the actual program of her world tour.
Within months, Greta Thunberg had gone from being a lonely girl protesting outside the Swedish parliament to an international phenomenon.

Although in the mass media it seems as if this meteoric rise occurred organically, this is not true at all.

Behind Greta is a great machine that is run by major international actors and supported by big money. This PR machine has allowed Greta to get on the covers of magazines, become the subject of thousands of newspaper articles, while being photographed with world leaders and lecturing at elite organizations such as the United Nations.

Although Greta may be genuinely concerned about the fate of the planet, her message is carefully crafted by those who control her to elicit a specific reaction from young people. In short, Greta is the face of a grand marketing scheme – a tightly coordinated international effort to sell global warming through a specific lens: fear, panic, and urgency.

Before I continue, I must emphasize that I am neither a “climate denier” nor a “climate activist.” That’s not my field. I have never analysed any data relating to climate change and its relationship to human activity. I am not nearly qualified to comment on this issue, so I will not do so.
My field is mass media and their relationship to power. Mass media is used to form and shape public opinions. Greta’s rise to international prominence is a clear case of “agenda-setting,” which is defined as follows:

Agenda-setting is creating public awareness and concern about important issues through the news media. Agenda-setting is the way in which the media tries to influence viewers and establish a hierarchy of predominance of news. Most research on agenda-setting is based on two basic assumptions:
1. the press and media do not reflect reality, but filter it and shape
it 2 Focusing the media on a few issues and topics leads to the public perceiving these issues as more important than other topics.

Most of the media is owned by a few mega-corporations, which makes it very easy for the elite to saturate the world with a certain message. And Greta’s meteoric rise is the result of this kind of media saturation. In fact, her entire movement is indisputable proof of the extreme reach and power of the mass media in today’s world, which is able to create world movements out of nothing.

Mass media programming is particularly effective for those who have not developed a strong sense of critical thinking – especially young people. And the Greta phenomenon was tailored to this specific demographic group.

Greta Thunberg’s father is actor Svante Thunberg, whose father is actor and director Olof Thunberg. Her mother is the famous opera singer Malena Ernman, who became a celebrity in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009. In 2010, Ernman was appointed Hovsånger “court singer” by King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden.

Malena at Eurovision 2009. Note the sign with one eye. Eurovision, too, has always been pure propaganda for the occult elite.

Below is Malena Ernman on the cover of Vi magazine. The quote under her face reads, “We all sell our souls to the devil.” Above Photo

who dares to take a critical look at the Greta phenomenon immediately encounters the same resistance: “How dare you bully an autistic girl?” and “You’re a climate denier.” As seen above, this article was not about Greta herself, her appearance, or her mental health. It was about those behind her, about the powerful machine that gave her the platform to become a media darling.

In addition, this article was not about climate change denial or other environmental issues. It is about how this issue is sold through a specific lens that is based on fear, panic and urgency.
Like any important issue, pollution needs to be tackled rationally, starting with the main sources of the problem. In the US, transport, industry and electricity account for more than 80% of greenhouse gas emissions. In other words, the main polluters in today’s world are corporations owned by the elite.
They are the ones who emit tons and tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, while at the same time they release tons and tons of toxic waste into watercourses.
Instead of facing these industries, the elite parade around an autistic girl, film world leaders applauding her speeches, and encourage children to be afraid.

Why? Because what they really care about is control and submission. And the best way to gain control and subordination is to create a frightened and panicked population that begs governments to solve its problems.

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