Greta Thunberg hits back at Andrew Bolt for ‘deeply disturbing’ column

Campaigner calls out hate and conspiracy campaigns after Australians attack

The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has hit back at the Australian News Corp columnist Andrew Bolt for writing a deeply offensive column that mocked her autism diagnosis.

The Swedish schoolgirl posted a tweet overnight calling out the hate and conspiracy campaigns run by climate deniers like Bolt, adopting his insult that she was deeply disturbed and turning it back on him.

The widely read Herald Sun columnist and Sky News commentator used his significant platform to take aim at the 16-year-old campaigner, dismissing her followers as members of a cult and disparaging her decision to sail across the Atlantic in a high-speed racing yacht to attend UN climate summits in the US and Chile.

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Thunberg has announced shes finally going to the United States, the last bastion of the heathen, to preach the global warming faith to the Americans, Bolt wrote. Of course, shes going by racing yacht, because she refuses to fly and heat the planet with an aeroplanes global warming gasses.

Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg)

I am indeed deeply disturbed about the fact that these hate and conspiracy campaigns are allowed to go on and on and on just because we children communicate and act on the science. Where are the adults? pic.twitter.com/xDSlN0VgtZ

August 1, 2019

The highly personal character assassination published in Rupert Murdochs tabloids repeatedly referred to Gretas mental health, saying she was deeply disturbed, freakishly influential and strange.

I have never seen a girl so young and with so many mental disorders treated by so many adults as a guru, Bolt wrote.

Far more interesting is why so many adults including elected politicians, top business leaders, the Pope and journalists treat a young and strange girl with such awe and even rapture.

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Her intense fear of the climate is not surprising from someone with disorders which intensify fears.

Bolt even described Gretas younger sister as having a spectacular range of mental issues.

But the campaigner sees her condition not as a disability but as a gift which has helped open her eyes to the climate crisis.

The teenager, whose solo protest last year sparked the Fridays for Future global school climate strike movement, is taking a year off school to attend the summits, on 23 September in New York and 2-13 December in Santiago.

Bolt said Greta was wrong on climate change because the evidence does not suggest that humanity faces doom.

Natasha Mitchell

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