Greta Thunberg faces the crisis in the face of Tesla entrepreneur Elon Musk, who has become increasingly conservative and market-liberal, Ford’s electric pickup and Bill Gates’ many investments to control the patents for the CO2-neutral industry of the future.
No matter how much the US continues climate transformation, Greta is not satisfied. Those in power wouldn’t really want to save the climate, but ultimately the mega-corporations are taking the wind out of their sails. The CO2 issue is no longer her driving force and she has already announced that she no longer wants to solely follow this well-trodden path. This is how she re-branded herself as a pro-Palestine activist and left-wing icon with her new book.
Everything that is directed against “imperialism” should be forged together into an alliance.
There is no “back to normal,” she says. “Normal” was the “system” that gave us the climate crisis, a system of “colonialism, imperialism, oppression, genocide,” of “racist, oppressive extractionism.”
Climate justice is just a part of other types of justice; you can’t have one without the others. Only the overthrow of “the entire capitalist system” will be enough.
The authors who wrote the texts for her “Climate Book” are people like Jason Hickel, Kate Raworth and Naomi Klein.
Hickel came from the elite London School of Economics, with which the British colonial empire wanted to give itself a new image. He is a member of the Royal Society of Arts, just as Greta’s mother is in a noble organization. And he holds a position in the US National Academy of Sciences.
He doubts that people lived in poverty before the industrial revolution. Only the left-wing movements really improved people’s living conditions. There would have been successful subsistence farming in Africa and India before colonialism. For Hickel, capitalism only works through the exploitation of people and resources. America and Europe would also emit the vast majority of CO2. Redistribution and state employment administration would be needed. The magic word is “de-growth”. Not even the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) calls for degrowth.
Sandrine Dixson-Decleve, co-president of the Club of Rome, said:
“Either we continue to promote a capitalist growth paradigm that promotes inequality, climate and health crises, or we build our lives and livelihoods around a holistic system that delivers what is truly meaningful.”
Kate Raworth, an author in Greta’s book, studied at Oxford. Overseas Development Institute. In 2017, Raworth published “Donut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist,” in which she further explains her concept of donut economics, first developed in her 2012 paper “A Safe and Just Space for Humanity.” . The inner ring represents twelve social foundations for humanity that have been identified as sustainable development goals; The outer ring consists of nine planetary boundaries that Earth system scientists have identified as necessary for the planet’s stability. It replaces the impossible goal of endless growth with the goal of thriving in balance.
Raworth proposes a demurrage currency, a concept invented by Silvio Gesell in the early 20th century. The idea behind this term is to pay a small fee to hold money. In other words, if I keep my money in my wallet or bank account, I would have to pay a small fee to avoid losing value.
Naomi Klein also has an essay in Greta’s book. In April 2019, Simon & Schuster announced the publication of Klein’s seventh book, On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal, which was released on September 17, 2019. It is an American publishing house owned by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. Gen. David Petraeus. In January 2009, during the Gaza War, Klein supported the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, arguing that “the best strategy for ending the increasingly bloody occupation is to make Israel the target of a global movement.” , which…”put an end to apartheid in South Africa.” In November 2019, Klein, along with other public figures, signed a letter in support of Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, describing him as “a beacon of hope.”
The same as Klaus Schwab’s “fourth economic theory”
The “Great Reset” initiative was unveiled by Prince Charles (now King) and WEF Director Klaus Schwab in May 2020. Schwab was awarded, among other things, one of the highest British medals. Prince Charles belongs to the Sachsen-Coburg and Gotha as well as Hesse-Darmstadt.
The old “Great Reset” of the 1800s gave birth to industrial capitalism and warring political ideologies. The new Great Reset in the 21st century wants to greatly reduce industrial capitalism under the pretext of climate protection and to do so by bringing together opposing ideologies.
Modern law of the 20th century in various states and also international law such as that of the United Nations prohibits slavery and serfdom. The latter was defined as follows:
“Serfdom is the situation or legal status of a person who is obliged by law, custom or agreement to live and work on land belonging to another person and to provide certain services, whether paid or not, to that person, without being able to independently change his status .”
Interestingly, in socialist regimes, citizens were and are obliged to live and work on certain properties and provide certain services, without being able to independently change their status to any significant extent.
Greta’s Soviet framing
Islam was the second largest religion in the USSR. At the time of the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, there were 25,000 mosques throughout the Russian Empire, which was reduced to just 500 by the 1970s of the Soviet Union. In the years before the dissolution of the Soviet Union, between 45 and 50 million Soviet citizens identified themselves as Muslims.
In 1917, Bolshevik revolutionary Vladimir Lenin published Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, a text that later led to a policy of cultivating left-wing nationalists within Muslim communities in the Soviet era. Soviet secret services also exerted influence beyond the borders of the USSR; such as the Palestinian groups, in Egypt, Syria, etc.
An anti-Western attitude among Muslims, with the corresponding framing according to Lenin, was recorded as “anti-imperialist”.
Before the Bolshevik Revolution, the first Muslim All-Russian Congress took place in Moscow in May 1917. In 1928, a large-scale purge of the leadership of the Muslim-majority Soviet republics began with the execution of Veli İbraimov of the Tatar Communist Party and Milliy Firqa, who sought to impose a nationalist ideology in favor of the Crimean Tatars. This was followed by the elimination of the leaders of the Muslim Social Democratic Party, the Tatar Communist Party, the Tatar Union of the Godless and the Young Bukharians.
Stalin’s policies led to the initiation of Huyum, a Soviet campaign aimed at strengthening Islamic systems in Central Asia. Soviet intelligence disseminated “The Protocols of Zion” and similar texts on a large scale throughout the Muslim world.
Lenin’s socio-political analysis of empire as the final stage of capitalism was derived from Imperialism: A Study (1902) by John A. Hobson, an English economist.
Hobson’s writings on the Second Boer War, particularly in The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Effects, attribute the war in part to Jewish influence, including references to Rothschild bankers. But they had been subject to the high nobility from the beginning, starting with the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel. Other banks such as Barings, Lloyds and Barclays were also integrated into the new “fractional” banking system together with the central bank “Bank of England”. So that competing empires didn’t immediately copy the new system, wu
It was badmouthed through right-wing and left-wing propaganda channels about the British secret service as an absurdity and a Jewish conspiracy.
John Hobson spoke of “men of a single and distinct race.” They have “centuries of financial experience” and “are in a unique position to control the politics of nations.”
British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn wrote a foreword to the 2011 edition of Hobson’s work, calling Hobson’s analysis brilliant. In April 2020, an internal Labor Party report entitled “The work of the Labor Party’s Governance and Legal Unit in relation to antisemitism, 2014-2019” was leaked to the media. It included 10,000 emails and thousands of private WhatsApp communications between former senior party officials. A major scandal arose about anti-Semitism.
Corbyn supports the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from NATO and the dissolution of NATO. In April 2014, Corbyn wrote an article for the Morning Star in which he blamed the crisis in Ukraine on NATO. Corbyn is a member of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. At a Stop the War Coalition meeting in 2009, Corbyn said he had invited “friends” from Hamas and Hezbollah to an event in Parliament.