Ex-Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson, brand Greta Thunberg, is a & # 39; spoiled nest & # 39; and says that the 16-year-old eco-activist must remain silent and go back to school & # 39;
- In the United Nations, Greta told the United Nations that they had destroyed her youth
- During the speech on climate change, Greta was torn in New York on Monday
- Jeremy Clarkson called her a & # 39; spoiled nest & # 39; and said she should appreciate everything adults had done for her
Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has given 16-year-old eco-activist Greta Thunberg a & # 39; spoiled nest & # 39; after she told the United Nations that they had destroyed her youth with climate change.
When he spoke at the United Nations on Monday, Greta broke into tears as she scolded international delegates for taking no responsibility for fixing the warming climate of the planet.
& # 39; I shouldn't be here. I should be back at school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you all come to us for hope. How dare you. You stole my dreams and my youth with your empty words, & thundered the Swedish activist in her speech at the Climate Action Summit 2019 in New York.
Greta Thunberg choked in tears (left) while speaking at the United Nations Climate Summit on Monday, where she thundered against leaders for stealing the future of her generation. Jeremy Clarkson told her to go back to school & # 39;
Jeremy Clarkson did not kindly comment on Greta & # 39; s accusations and called her a & # 39; spoiled nest & # 39; in his column for The Sun: & # 39; How dare you sail to America on a carbon fiber yacht that you didn't build that cost £ 15 million, you didn't? & # 39; not earn, and that has a backup diesel engine that you have not mentioned. & # 39;
& # 39; We have given you cell phones and laptops and internet. We have created the social media that you use every day and we run the banks that pay for everything, "So how dare you stand there and give us a lecture, you spoiled nest."
Granted that there was a global climate crisis that could lead to a large-scale refugee crisis, the presenter urged Greta to go back to school & # 39 ;.
He told her how science will be what solves the problem: & # 39; don't get angry and scream every five minutes & # 39 ;,
He concluded: & # 39; So be a good girl, shut up and let them continue. & # 39;
Thunberg didn't stop anything when she thundered at the UN climate summit against politicians and officials.
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg, from Sweden, addresses the Climate Action Summit at the United Nations General Assembly, at United Nations headquarters, Monday, September 23, 2019
& # 39; You come to us young people for hope. How dare you? & # 39; she roared.
& # 39; You have stolen my dreams and my youth with your empty words, but I am one of the lucky ones. People suffer, people die, entire ecosystems collapse, & she said.
Trump was not originally scheduled to attend the summit because he is organizing a session on religious persecution in the same building.
On Monday morning he shook the entrance to Thunberg in the UN building. Video shows the moment Thunberg is seen in the UN headquarters main lobby and is told to stand aside by a security guard as President Trump entered the main entrance and walked into the lobby flanked by reporters and cameras.
Thunberg was visible in the background with a lively expression on her face.
The president stayed at the conference for only 15 minutes.
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