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Greta Thunberg, Bristol

'We will not be silenced': Greta Thunberg joins young climate activists in Bristol – video

'We will not be silenced': Greta Thunberg joins young climate activists in Bristol – video

28.2.2020

'We will not be silenced': Greta Thunberg joins young climate activists in Bristol – video

Greta Thunberg a speech in Bristol to thousands of young people and adults to urge action on the global climate emergency

made an example of Bristol climate activists for delaying plans for a new airport when she spoke at a rally for youth climate strikers before joining their march.

Read more: The Guardian

May she catch a cold. How did she get in Britain? Flying? Go to school Brainwashed child BRISTOL ! Ha Ha Full of blacks and drugs , oh I forgot , left wing sympathisers ! 😠 Surely you'll be silenced in 8 months time when the Earth no longer supports human life? But what if she is wrong? Humans inhale oxygen and exhale carbon. Vegetation does the opposite. What happens if we don't produce enough carbon? What calculations have been made to establish a sustainable level? She could kill just as many.

'We will not be silenced' - Said the spoiled rich brat that was screeching to no end for a whole year now. Does she goes to school? Or will be another adult without limits and useless? Silenced no, ignored yes! U go girl

Huge crowds expected for Greta Thunberg visit to BristolPolice warn of major disruption as activist joins climate strike in city harrietbeacon you better be going. give G a shout out from Ro-Z Corona virus could save us from Greta and a climate apocalyps, do your worst! 🤞🤞🤞 she should go to China to make her point

Not while you're keeping the media busy you won't !

Greta Thunberg visit: Police warn of 'crushing' risk to children at Bristol protestParents have been warned that a climate change protest being attended by campaigner Greta Thunberg has grown so large it could pose a risk of "crushing" for children. Stay in school rather than listen to crushing bore. better yet stay at home and let the other idiots catch the virus.

Tens of thousands set to join Greta Thunberg for climate protest in Bristol‘It will force people to look at us again and think they are going strong,’ teenager says How many single plastic bottles will be left scattered across Bristol? studentlife ClimateChange

Crushing fears over Greta Thunberg speech at Bristol climate rally.GretaThunberg will take part in a Strike4Youth march on Friday but police fear the sheer number of people who will come to see her speak will mean normal safety precautions will not be adequate GretaThunberg Strike4Youth Well..stop it then..👍🏻 GretaThunberg Strike4Youth Why is patel4witham allowing her entry to the UK when it’s clearly against the national interest ? GretaThunberg Strike4Youth Leave them to it & let the police do their proper jobs. If they crush each other then that’s just nature

Greta Thunberg: Girl, 9, on what inspired her to join Bristol climate change protestMilly Sibson from bristolYS4C says organisers expect around 30,000 people to turn out for the Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate later today. Read more here: bristolYS4C “Ohh should be in school” People who say this need to do better, they’re an infection in the minds of children. “Listen to me, not science and evidence”. Get back in your boxes. climatechange bristolYS4C How many truants and unemployed? 🧐 bristolYS4C I hope it piddles down all day.....🤔😀😂

Greta Thunberg in Bristol: schools shut as students join climate strikeThousands joining activist for march expected to bring traffic in parts of city to a standstill and after the strike? Cool, Kids making a difference by cutting class and standing around.



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