Greta Thunberg Detained by Norway Police in Another Climate Protest Stunt

Anti-fossil fuel activist was protesting wind turbines interfering with local reindeer pastures.

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Climate change alarmist Greta Thunberg was detained in Norway in another PR stunt while protesting wind turbines.

The environmentalist was carried off by police outside the finance ministry and the environment ministry after demonstrating in support of Indigenous rights in Oslo on Wednesday.

On Monday she had joined protesters demanding the removal of 151 wind turbines from reindeer pastures used by Sami herders in central Norway.

Thunberg was also arrested in Germany last January protesting the expansion of a coal mine, drawing outrage from the left.

But it was later revealed that her arrest was a carefully choreographed PR stunt.

The young anti-fossil fuel activist portrays herself as an outsider and an underdog, but her hobnobbing with the elites at Davos shows she’s just another globalist pawn.