Greta Thornberg releases new book “My Campfire” and sets up Greta Youth of angry teenagers

Funny story written by Cleopatra Chaos

Sunday, 9 February 2020

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Thousands of young Thornberg supporters shield their eyes from the sun's glare and from Greta's radiant brilliance

Angry Swedish climate activist Greta Thornberg has released her first book, warning of the dangers of traditional cooking methods, such as wood-burning stoves (used in some countries, like India), or gas and electric ovens, which leave a significant footprint on the environment. “My Campfire” urges people to return to natural techniques of grilling, roasting and boiling food, as used by our ancestors, who built fires from dead wood.

Thornberg and her group of teenage climate activists, known as the Greta Youth, plan to march their pooches to Munich to persuade the people of Germany to go green for the next thousand years and to avoid unhealthy drinks such as juice, the mass production of which has a hell of a cost on the earth’s climate.

Several European nations have already agreed not to block her proposals, including France, Belgium, Holland and Italy. However, Britain has refused to endorse her strict pro-climate policies, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson criticising Thornberg's demand for a ban on fossil fuel-consuming barbecues, insisting that the people of Britain will site them on our beaches if we want to. President Trump indicated that America wants nothing to do with what’s happening in Europe, though he might review that policy after a couple of years.

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