6 Times Greta Thunberg Brutally Applauded Trolls
Greta Thunberg is known for her brutal Twitter responses against politicians, world leaders, and trolls. We are reminded of her courage and resourcefulness once again after a recent Twitter uproar with Andrew Tate went viral on the internet. Tate is a media personality known for his misogynistic and homophobic ideologies. So, as Tate recovers from Greta’s savage burn, let’s take a look at all the times he’s brutally responded to trolls.
1. When he savagely called out Andrew Tate for his ‘little D*** energy’
Greta Thunberg on Twitter blasted Andrew Tate with a wild response after the well-known misogynist tried to troll her. Tate asked Greta for her email address so he could send him a list of her cars and their huge carbon emissions. Tate, who was banned from Twitter, returned to the social media platform after Elon Musk’s October inauguration.
The ecologist’s response was short but savage.
yes please enlighten me email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) December 28, 2022
2. That time Thunberg cast shade on meatloaf
Politicians, leaders and even artists have criticized Greta for her voice against climate change. Singer and rock icon Michael Aday, who passed away in January 2022, spoke to a news publication about the young climate activist. He told the Daily Mail that Greta had been brainwashed. You can’t miss Greta’s response to his claim.
It’s not about meatloaf.
It’s not about me.
It’s not about what some people call me.
It is not about left or right.
These are scientific facts.
And that we are not aware of the situation.
Unless we start focusing everything on this, our goals will soon be out of reach.
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 6, 2020
3. The second time Greta Thunberg brought down Donald Trump
He looks like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see! pic.twitter.com/G8gObLhsz9
– Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 20, 2021
Thunberg’s effortless applause against former US President Donald Trump has been highly entertaining. In her tweet, Greta wrote: “He seems like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see. This return had a background to what Trump had said about Thunberg after his ‘How Dare You’ speech at the 2019 United Nations Climate Action Summit went viral. The photograph was the last time Trump left the White House premises before the Biden administration took over.
4. She is aware of her victories
Trolls have not forgiven the teen activist for her Asperger syndrome, a form of autism. Critics have come forward to blast Theburg for her condition, which she has felt “constrained” by before. She returned their palms in the best and most effective way possible.
When haters go after your looks and your differences, it means they have nowhere to go. And then you know you’re winning!
I have Asperger’s and that means I’m a little different from the norm sometimes. And, given the right circumstances, being different is a superpower. #aspiepower pic.twitter.com/A71qVBhWUU
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) August 31, 2019
Way to go Greta!
5. Greta Thunberg changes Twitter bio; She confronts the leader of Brazil
Surely presidents around the world can’t stop Greta from speaking up for what she believes or speaking her mind on Twitter. Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro called her a “brat” when she decided to condemn violence in the Amazon jungle on Twitter. Bolsonaro said he was amazed at how the press gave space to a ‘pirralha’. Pirralha is a derogatory Portuguese word that translates to brat or pest. Thunberg even shared a video of the incident, and his subtle response to Bolsonaro included changing his Twitter bio accordingly.
Indigenous people are literally being killed for trying to protect the forest from illegal deforestation. And again. It is shameful that the world is silent about this.
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) December 8, 2019
6. Greta overshadows the Russian Prez Vladamir Putin
Greta Thunberg’s response to Russian President Vladamir Putin on Twitter was as daring as one could imagine. In response to Putin calling her “misinformed,” Thunberg once again changed her Twitter bio from her to what the Russian president had called her during the 2019 UN Climate Summit.
‘No one has explained to Greta that the modern world is complex and different’: Putin dismisses the climate activist as a kind but misinformed teenager pic.twitter.com/0mOkK5OvKm
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 2, 2019
& @GretaThunberg using her bio to take it to the next level . haters are going to hate and #Putin just played… #GretaThurnberg pic.twitter.com/yR9lNxptsI
— Johan (@johmag67) October 3, 2019
Never change Greta!
(Main Image Source: Twitter/Greta Thunberg, Instagram/Andrew Tate)
(Main Image Source: Twitter/Greta Thunberg)