Swedish climate activist and darling of the MSM, Greta Thunberg, was arrested outside of a central London hotel last Tuesday (17.10.23), during the “Oily Money Out” protest. She had been at the demonstration, organised by Fossil Free London and Greenpeace, outside of the annual meeting of industry leaders from Shell, Total, Equinor, Saudi Aramco and other oil giants.
The 20-year-old Swedish activist was recorded smirking while being led away by police officers, before being moved into the back of a marked van. She has since been charged with a public order offence after her arrest.
This is the fourth time this year that Thunberg has been arrested or detained by the authorities across Europe. In January 2023, she was detained by the German police and twice again in March by the Norwegian police.
Thunberg was also arrested in Sweden on June 19, 2023. According to reports, she and a group of other activists were “blockading oil tankers” at a port in Malmö. The police claimed she refused to leave when asked, leading to her arrest.
A Swedish court fined her 1,500 Swedish crowns (£112) on July 24 for disobeying the police order to disperse. Immediately after the verdict, Thunberg and other environmental activists from Reclaim the Future blocked a road used by oil tankers in Malmo harbour. The police once again forcibly removed them.
Apologists for Thunberg claim that her actions are aimed at saving the planet and are non-violent. But Thunberg has a darker side, and she was caught out when a photo appeared of her wearing a t-shirt of the violent, extreme-left group AntiFa.
After realising that her fashion faux pas could damage her credibility, she tweeted: “Yesterday I posted a photo wearing a borrowed t-shirt that says I’m against fascism. 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.”
Unfortunately for her, a photo also appeared, apparently taken at a different time and place, showing her mummy and daddy also wearing the same AntiFa tee-shirts. The question must be asked: how is Thunberg allowed to travel across Europe, attending demonstrations that often lead to law-breaking and arrests, seemingly unhindered by the authorities?
Compare this to the Nationalist music scene. The British Movement band Whitelaw has played private gigs in front of like-minded music fans all over Europe and beyond for many years. The lyrics to their songs do not break any laws, and the gigs have passed without any trouble.
But this year, everything changed. The power of song to inspire and motivate young patriots terrifies the old gang politicians in every White country. The ‘freedom-loving Germans’ have asked that the band be refused entry to every country in the EU’s Schengen zone and have even put pressure on those outside of the EU, such as Serbia, to ban the band. Earlier this year, its members were detained and deported from Greece and Germany.
The ban on individual band members also extends to their taking family holidays in Europe. Isn’t our democratic system wonderful?
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