Greta Apologizes For "Against The Wall" Comment As People Question Who's Actually 'Ruining Her Childhood'

Greta Thunberg has apologized for recently stating that world leaders should be put "against the wall" if they don't take immediate action on climate change - tweeting that in Swedish, it means to 'hold someone accountable,' as opposed to execution.

For those living under a rock, the 16-year-old Thunberg has become the face of young environmentalists - updating her 3.6 million Twitter followers as she travels around the world to spread her carefully crafted message of injustice - such as her September speech at the UN general assembly, in which she accused world leaders of 'ruining her childhood and her dreams,' exclaiming "how dare you!"

And while President Trump was criticized for telling Greta to "Chill" and "work on her Anger Management problem," Thunberg's real abusers are her parents according to many.

How dare they...

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Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,

Greta Thunberg threatened to put world leaders “against the wall” if they refuse to comply with climate change demands.

Yes, really.

During a speech in Turin, Italy, the teenage climate change activist stated:

“Unfortunately, we probably already know the outcome. World leaders are still trying to run away from their responsibilities but we have to make sure they cannot do that.”

“We will make sure that we put them against the wall and they will have to do their job to protect our futures,” she added.

The term to put someone “against the wall” has been used by Communists and other authoritarians throughout history to denote assassinating political enemies.

If anyone prominent on the right had used such rhetoric, there’d be a huge outcry with immediate demands for censorship.

Greta, who this week was named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, has been elevated into something of a cult leader over the past year thanks to the media’s relentless fawning over her.

As we previously highlighted, Thunberg is being taught to Swedish children as part of a course about “religious knowledge,” with kids being asked to mock her opponents.

Churches in Sweden are now ringing bells in her honor, while last year the Church of Sweden proclaimed Greta to be “Jesus’s Successor.”

Greta also appeared on a giant looming mural in San Francisco appearing precisely as you would expect a cult leader to look.