Sunday, February 03, 2019


By now you must be getting to know Anuna De Wever, the 17 year old schoolgirl climate activist and Flemish version of Sweden's Greta Thunberg. If you don't, you're not up to date. Even the BBC, the New York Times and Leonardo Di Caprio have discovered her:

Some stills. This from the demo last Thursday:

Ms De Wever would NEVER be such a phenomenon if it wasn't for the eager, drooling two-pronged support of both MSM and the traditional parties. Belgian MSM, choke choke choke full of leftists and greens, is quite orgasmic because Anuna De Wever, as someone who is easy on the eye, very outspoken, AND not sure about whether she's a boy or a girl, is their dream candidate to promote the climate apocalypse if we don't go back living in caves. And surprise surprise, Anuna's mother is... a sociologist, and her father 'works' in the city planning department, i.e. sitting on his warm ass for a cushy government job.

This for instance is an HLN screenshot of two weeks back:

"Portrait of Anuna De Wever (17), the climate warrior who doesn't want to be a boy or a girl."

Not to be outdone, the Belgian traditional political parties are doing their damnedest best to recuperate the mass phenomenon of tens of thousands of youths demonstrating "for the climate" each and every week in Brussels, Ghent, Liège and next week Leuven, for in three months, there will be national and European elections and this climate lunacy is THE perfect excuse to neutralize the real pressing issue, unbridled immigration.

Meanwhile, in the real world, via The Weather Network:

"Sunday, February 3, 2019, 10:50 AM - Heavy snow left thousands of vehicles stranded in a 12 km-long traffic jam on an Italian highway Saturday. Firefighters were called upon to rescue some 200 people who had been trapped in cars and buses for hours amid freezing temperatures."

For the Howler of the Weekend, we turn to the Pyrenees, the mountain chain between France and Spain, where around one thousand Flemish schoolchildren en route for snow classes and ski lessons in Andorra, got stuck in their buses when a pass was blocked by a snowstorm:

"For about one thousand Flemish students their winter sports vacation in Andorra did not exactly start on a positive note. On 1,000m alt. several Belgian buses were surprised by a snowstorm. The foul weather even caused one of the buses to start swerving on the mountain road and a snow chain broke off. The youths were stuck for hours. To make matters worse, afterwards they got to hear that the mountain pass had been closed off. The beginning of hours of uncertainty. In the meantime the mountain pass is open again."

Cripes Suzette. Last time I checked they had been sitting on those buses for 42 hours. They should have skipped ski classes instead of mathematics classes. 42 hours! And now the poor sods are all guilty of excess CO2 emissions!


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