Greta Thunberg’s fight far from real problems, like ISIS from true Islam

Summary

The environmental views of “Messiah” [Greta Thunberg], to be completely honest, are far from real science. Her fight for the environment has the same relationship to the real problems of the Earth as the ISIS terrorists have to true Islam.

Disproof

This claim is a conspiracy theory presented without any evidence. It is recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation about climate change and international youth climate protests started by the Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.

Several environmental scientists have praised Greta Thunberg's activism and its impact on the global environmental movement. For instance, Brenda Ekwurzel, a U.S. senior climate scientist and director of climate science for the Climate & Energy Programme at the Union of Concerned Scientists, writes in her blog that the power of Greta Thunberg's approach "ties scientific understanding with the justified urgency of her generation".

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has put together environmental science reports published between the 1960s and 2018 that are consistent with the data presented by Greta Thunberg in her speeches. While Forbes emphasized that one of the things that differentiate Greta Thunberg from others is that "Greta recognizes the unparalleled value that scientific expertise brings to our world."

See similar cases here. Read full debunk by Polygraph here.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 167
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 24/09/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, Sweden
  • Keywords: Greta Thunberg, Climate, Conspiracy
  • Outlet: Argumenty i Fakty
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Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative on the US military presence in Central and Eastern Europe - it claims that the deployment of US troops in this region unnecessary. See other cases on the US military presence in Europe here, here and here.

First of all, the claim that the US troops will get immediately withdrawn from Poland in the situation of a possible Russian attack has no ground and no military sense. If the US plans to withdraw its troops from Poland in the situation of a military conflict with Russia, it will not have time to evacuate its units from the Baltic states (as they are stationed very close to the Russian borders). Also, the US authorities decided to establish permanent military presence in Poland - it is a strong sign that the USA perceives the issue of the military security of Poland in a serious way.

Russia didn’t hold nuclear war exercise against Sweden

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Disproof

The Russians actually did train attacks against Sweden: two heavy Tu-22M3 bombers with four jet fighter escorts were simulating attacks against Stockholm. The incident caused controversy in Sweden at the time because the Swedish military was caught unprepared and had to rely on Danish airforce jets, operating as part of a NATO’s Baltic air policing mission, to respond and follow the Russian aircraft.

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In addition, the Muller investigation on Trump’s links to the Kremlin gave no results and now they intend to find the compromising evidence proving this claim.

Also, Norwegian media claims that Russian agents operated on Spitsbergen as well as on the mainland. Thus, the patriotic collection of amazing fantasies code-named “Russians are coming!” was complemented with another exhibit of “Special forces in civilian clothes.”

This means that the phenomenon of the “Russian threat”, “Russian trace”, and “Kremlin hands” is becoming weirder and unhealthy in world politics.

 

 

 

Disproof

A recurring pro-Kremlin narrative on Russophobia. The article is a response to Aldimer's recent publication claimed that Russian tactical action groups have been operating on Norwegian soil.

The article contains two disinformation narratives: