English Broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson Lashes Out At Environmentalist Greta Thunberg Once Again

Jeremy Clarkson Lashes Out At Environmentalist Greta Thunberg Once Again Credit: Shutterstock

JEREMY Clarkson has made it clear he is not a fan of the 16-year-old climate change campaigner

The English broadcaster, journalist and writer who specialises in motoring recently said while speaking on an Australian morning show that Greta Thunberg is ‘mad and dangerous’ adding that she should “shut up” and “go back to school”

The 59-year-old was speaking to Seven’s Sunrise Europe bureau chief Hugh Whitfeld to promote his latest TV series The Grand Tour.

During the interview, Clarkson did however admit how filming in southeast Asia has changed his views on the impact of climate change.

However Clarkson has no praise for the young climate change campaigner or others who follow her footsteps say that what they need to do is go to school, learn science and “do something about it.”

Others would argue that that is exactly what Greta is doing, a very BIG something about it. Greta’s fiery speech during the United Nation moved millions to take to the streets in huge climate change protests around the world.

Greta had blasted governments for thinking only of money saying the world was sleepwalking into a climate catastrophe.

So though Clarkson’s views on climate change have “melted” his regard towards the Swedish teen seems to be as staunch as ever.

“She is mad and dangerous and she is causing young children sleepless nights,” Clarkson said during the TV show.

“I think she needs to go back to school and shut up.”

In a previous rant Clarkson said that Greta’s was a moody teen having a “full-on adolescent meltdown”.

 

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