EU on brink: Bloc’s ‘fake mind’ exposed amid bitter dispute over climate change

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.

Naomi Seibt, the German teen on a mission to explore the arguments against climate change, launched a vicious assault on the bloc and its “one-sided” views on the issue. Her exclusive comments to Express.co.uk came amid the announcement that Brussels intended to create new legislation in order to eliminate carbon emissions to become the world’s first “carbon neutral continent”. Ms Seibt, who has previously claimed rival Ms Thunberg has spread “panic around climate change when she should be offering hope”, agrees carbon dioxide – a byproduct from the use of fossil fuels – does affect climate change.

However, she argues that the real damage it causes is considerably lower than the likes of Ms Thunberg allege.

And after seeing Ms Thunberg invited to talk to EU leaders earlier this year – despite coronavirus lockdown conditions being imposed – Ms Seibt wanted a chance to discuss the bill and other arrangements that could be made.

Yet, she is not holding out much hope.

She said: “It shows the EU is very one-sided.

“They are always claiming that they are so democratic and that we need to listen to all sides.

“It’s the same in schools. In school we were taught that we need to question everything and have discussions, but really those discussions are really limited.

“When we were at school we didn’t even discuss whether climate change is catastrophic or manmade, we just discussed what is the best alternative energy source so really we’re skipping the main problem here.

“The EU is trying to fake having an open mind, I think, which is very sad to me because I think that’s one of the most important things that holds together society.

JUST IN: How dare you! Anti-Greta Thunberg’s bold claim amid global warming row

“That makes us stronger because debates are fantastic and arguments are necessary and if we shut down one side we will only get angry at each other for no reason.”

Ms Thunberg has built up a loyal army of supporters and routinely refers to 2013 research which says 97 percent of scientists agree human activities are behind climate change.

Yet Ms Seibet has previously claimed the stud was “way too vague”.

The Green Deal – the name of the EU’s proposal – was created in a bid to curb panic and is the basis of a new growth strategy for those in the bloc.

DON’T MISS:
Seriously?! Greta Thunberg ‘ridiculous’ as CNN coronavirus row erupts [LATEST]
Greta Thunberg fury: Rival claims climate activist ‘spewing words’ [COMMENT]
Anti-Greta Thunberg exposes ONE thing EU should do in climate panic [EXCLUSIVE]

The law was unveiled by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen makes it essential that the EU balances emissions and the removal of greenhouse gases.

At the time, Ms Thunberg also took aim at the plan, saying by having such a long term goal, the EU had “surrendered” to climate change.

In a letter to leaders, Greta and 33 other activists added: “It means giving up.

“We don’t just need goals for 2030 or 2050.

“We, above all, need them for 2020 and every following month and year to come.”

Source: Read Full Article