The couple that found the atmosphere of the royal court too “oppressive”, or something, have now returned to public life and complain about oppression again, this time in the context of South African terrorist and civil rights campaigner Nelson Mandela and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Specifically, woke prince Harry and his wife, the horrid Meghan Markle, in episode of the new documentary series Live to Lead, said that Greta is like Mandela.
Harry, speaking on the matter, first spoke about what he views Greta as having done and said that Greta “reignited an international movement to fight climate change… in 2018” and that “In speaking for a new generation, her brave campaigning is both an inspiration and a stark reminder that everything we do matters.”
He then dedicated the episode to Mandela, saying “This was inspired by Nelson Mandela. It’s about people who have made brave choices. Leaders who have walked alongside him and followed in his footsteps.”
The series releases amid Thunberg’s online spat with controversial online influencer Andrew Tate, who took aim at the Swedish activist over her climate activism.
In an attempt to troll Thunberg, Tate publicly addressed the Swede online, boasting about his various high-performance cars.
“Hello [Greta Thunberg],” the influencer wrote on Twitter shortly before his arrest at the hands of Romanian authorities. ” have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. This is just the start.”
“Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions,” he went on to say.
In response to the public call-out, Thunberg appeared to attack Tate over the alleged size of his penis, which she seemed to suggest was inadequate.
“[Y]es, please do enlighten me,” the climate activist replied to Tate’s offer to email her. “[E]mail me at [email protected]”
Tate, for his part, suggested that Thunberg having such an email address indicated that it was she, not he, was the one with the small penis.
Shortly after the spat, Tate was detained by local police as part of an investigation into human trafficking, prompting him to claim that “[t]he Matrix sent their agents” after him.
Other than seriousness, with Greta getting into pointless and childish debates and Mandela being a serious political figure, there’s another difference between Greta and Mandela: Mandela was viewed by many and on a US terror watch list until 2008 because of the guerrilla war he conducted against the South African state, as TIME reported, saying:
As the ANC went underground, Mandela became the head of the military wing of the African National Congress, Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation), also known as MK. In 1964, he was convicted of sabotage and treason, and wound up imprisoned until 1990. TIME later described the group’s activities from 1962 as “low-level guerrilla war.”
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