Greta Thunberg, a far-left climate extremist, received serious criticism on social media after she posted images that were widely criticized as being anti-Semitic and urged people to support groups that seek the eradication of Israel while appearing in a picture with pro-Palestinian activists.
The remarks made by Hamas, an Islamic terrorist organization that waged unparalleled terror strikes against Israel and killed more than 1,400 Israelis, were reflected in Thunberg’s message.
People holding signs that read “Free Palestine” and “Climate Justice Now!” can be seen in the image, while Thunberg is holding a sign that reads “Stand With Gaza.”
The phrase “Climate Justice Now!” refers to far-Left calls to free countries from their alleged colonizers, in this case, Israel, who the far-Left claims is the oppressor in question.
The bright blue stuffed octopus in the photograph was a reference to anti-Semitic imagery that has long been used to denigrate Jews and the state of Israel, according to journalist Ian Miles Cheong.
In a subsequent post, Thunberg asserted she was unaware that the teddy animal in the image may “be interpreted as a symbol for antisemitism” when combined with showing solidarity for the individuals who had recently carried out terrorist actions against Israel.