Teenage climate activist posted that she is “questioning whether i should keep using Facebook” and is upset over the platform’s “lack of fact checking” and “allowing hate speech”
I am, like many others, questioning whether I should keep using Facebook or not. Allowing hate speech, the lack of fact checking and of course the issues of interfering with democracy…are among many, many other things that are very upsetting. The constant lies and conspiracy theories about me and countless of others of course result in hate, death threats and ultimately violence. This could easily be stopped if Facebook wanted to.
I find the lack of taking responsibility very disturbing. But I’m sure that if they are challenged and if enough of us demand change – then change will come.
Thunberg also warned some have been impersonating her or pretending to represent her.
It has come to my attention that a few people have been trying to impersonate me or falsely claim that they “represent” me in order to communicate with political leaders, famous actors, singers and musicians.
I apologize to anyone who has been contacted – and maybe even misled – by this kind of behavior.
I hope that those who want to sincerely reach out to me will do so using the recognized channels.
The good news in all of this is that this just means we’re having impact. Activism works. And see you in the streets!
The 16 year old climate activist shot to a new level of fame when she scolded U.N. world leaders for not doing enough to combat climate change.
This article was written by the staff of TheConservativeOpinion.com