The Swedish activist was in Milan for the UN climate event: "Politicians? Just blah blah". But the African activist Vanessa Nakate complained that pledges of 100 billion euros a year to help countries like Uganda have not materialized.
Greta, publicly described as “mad and dangerous”, may be supplanted by a new rising star, a 24-year-old African, who received a standing ovation on the first day “Youth4Climate”.
The two young women were the undisputed stars of the three-day event in Milan, in which hundreds of young people gathered to discuss strategies to combat so-called “global warming”. The Italian Minister of Ecological Transition Roberto Cingolani, who opened the event, defined them as “iconic characters” in the fight against climate change.
Nakate had evidently hoped for a financial boost to her career and scolded donors: “In fact, funds were promised by 2020, and we are still waiting. No more empty conferences. It’s time to show us the money. It’s time, it’s time, it’s time. And don’t forget to listen to the most affected people and areas.” She then collapsed in tears after her emotional appeal for money.
The African activist, demanding money in the name of Africa, has unsurprisingly also supported “anti-racist” movements, including BLM. “I am a climate activist, but I tasted racism in my own way. I am still fighting for climate action. But I cannot be silent at a time when the lives of blacks are in danger. They have always been in danger. I join all the others to tell you that BlackLivesMatter.”
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