Swedish girl being bullied for not participating in the climate strike of Greta Thunberg

Swedish schoolgirl who refused to participate in one of the & # 39; climate attacks by campaigner Greta Thunberg & # 39; & # 39; is being bullied by her own teacher & # 39; and labeled as a & # 39; climate denominator & # 39;

  • Pupils and teacher bullied a classmate because they did not participate in a & # 39; climate protest & # 39;
  • The teacher was excited with the girl and told her to reconsider her decisions
  • The schoolgirl's mother called the situation a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39; with & # 39; massive hysteria & # 39;

A Swedish teacher and her students allegedly bullied another student when she refused to skip school and participate in a climate protest.

The so-called & # 39; school strike for climate & # 39; movement was started in August 2018 by Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old Swedish climate activist.

High school management encouraged its students to participate.

The & # 39; climate attacks & # 39; are inspired by 15-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (photo)

The & # 39; climate attacks & # 39; are inspired by 15-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (photo)

Anything but one of the students was enthusiastic to participate, according to the magazine The Goda Samhället.

When the child said she did not want to participate, the teacher got excited and taught her class that she & # 39; should make her decisions carefully & # 39 ;, the magazine said.

Other students in the class then accused her of being a & # 39; climate denominator & # 39; to be. The girl's mother blames the teacher for inciting bullying in the classroom, saying she was scared of how angry and uncomfortable the atmosphere changed rapidly.

She said that while her daughter loves school, she & # 39; does not think the school attack is the right way to tackle climate issues & # 39 ;.

The mother added that her daughter was not & # 39; very hard about it & # 39; but simply said she did not want to participate in the strike.

After feeling the school had her daughter & # 39; stigmatized & # 39 ;, the mother called the school's administration. She was subsequently questioned by the director.

The director explained that her daughter & # 39; went against the rest of the class and refused to take part in something so positive & # 39; and told the mother that she herself had the wrong attitude.

The girl's mother compares the situation with & # 39; massive hysteria & # 39; and said the treatment her daughter received & # 39; totally sick & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; If you don't hang out at Greta Thunberg and for the climate, then you have to be selected and bullied & she said.

The young girl refused to go back to school because of concerns that the other students and the teacher would continue to bully her.

Although her mother does not forgive school for the way she has treated her daughter, she feels there is a more appropriate way to do this.

The schoolgirl's mother who refused to take part in the climate attack is accusing media and politicians of witch-hunting anyone who they think is a & # 39; climate denier & # 39; is

The schoolgirl's mother who refused to take part in the climate attack is accusing media and politicians of witch-hunting anyone who they think is a & # 39; climate denier & # 39; is

The schoolgirl's mother who refused to take part in the climate attack is accusing media and politicians of witch-hunting anyone who they think is a & # 39; climate denier & # 39; is

& # 39; They must at least be neutral and respect the students who do not want to miss a school. There must be different ways to address political issues & # 39 ;, she explained.

The schoolgirl's mother believes that it is under pressure from the media and politicians who have made the school behave that way.

& # 39; You must panic for climate threats. Everything else is wrong. Not much is needed to be a climate denier. It's pure witch hunt & she said.

Greta Thunberg is an Asperger Syndrome climate activist who became internationally renowned for her weekly & # 39; school strikes & # 39; outside the Swedish parliament building.

Hundreds of thousands of students in more than a hundred countries around the world have followed the young girl's example.

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