MAKE IT GO AWAY
While I certainly don’t count myself among those who worry about the fate of the planet — the old girl is just fine — the Cult of Greta Thunberg is beginning to make me hope they might be right. In fact, I’m kind of hoping that their predictions are too conservative and that I may soon be put out of their misery.
The rapid demise of our homeworld may be the only way we can get the climate hoaxers to shut up about Greta Thunberg.
When the Swedish Spectrum Truant was here last summer to march and whine, then to scold the idiots at the United Nations a few weeks later, I was wondering if there were laws somewhere that might require her to go back to school at some point.
Apparently, there is no real premium on education in Sweden. Probably too cold.
Because progressives are secular, godless heathens, they have a bad habit of idolizing humans. Crabby little Greta has now become their Goddess of Scold, and she will apparently never go away.
Whenever the Left promotes someone to deity they immediately make it creepy. The veneration of Barack Obama would be the most prime example of that.
Now, it’s Svedka’s turn:
Of course, it’s San Francisco. They’re always up to something weird there:
They do love their posters, the progressives. Again, Obama comes to mind. Millions were inspired by the “Hope” poster, I felt like I needed a Silkwood shower every time I saw an oversized version of it.
At first, I felt for Thunberg. Her parents are obviously awful human beings. She seems to be enjoying her time in the spotlight a little too much lately, however.
Still, it’s the climate loons around her who make her so loathsome. They make everything awful. They’re making Thunberg extra-special awful though.
I live in a desert she makes me hope I have to start worrying about rising sea levels soon.
My VIP Stuff
I thought I should clarify that everything I have been doing up until the launch of the VIP program will remain on the free side of the paywall. What I do over there is a bit different. My first “Worst Week Ever” column is now up and I recorded the first episode of The Kruiser Kabana podcast yesterday. It’s fun, it’s different, but we’ll still have fun here too.
Something for everyone. Nobody needs to get mad.
Yeah, I Got Out Just In Time
From the Mothership and Beyond
The Kruiser Kabana
It’s Not All Bad Out In The World
We should probably do a late lunch soon.
PJ Media Associate Editor Stephen Kruiser is the author of “Don’t Let the Hippies Shower” and “Straight Outta Feelings: Political Zen in the Age of Outrage,” both of which address serious subjects in a humorous way. Monday through Friday he edits PJ Media’s “Morning Briefing.”