Greta Thunberg: “Coronavirus is the best thing to happen to the planet since the bubonic plague”

Greta Thunberg the young Swedish environmental activist surprised many this week with shocking claims on the coronavirus.

The young activist who is internationally known for challenging world leaders to take immediate action against climate change posted a list of her top 25 favorite diseases to have decimated humanity.

Cholera, bubonic plague, smallpox, and influenza came at the top of the morbid list totaling an impressive one billion deaths but she also gave a special shout out to Ebola, malaria, and AIDS for which she said there was “great potential” for a future comeback.

“Coronavirus is a great virus, not as great as the bubonic plague or the Spanish flu, but still it is pretty good. I don’t know if it was made in a laboratory or not but if it is, great work guys,” she told reporters.

The young 17-year-old activist received a standing ovation during a memorable speech at Davos earlier this year when she pleaded world leaders to develop a vaccine to curb the earth’s human population by forced sterilization which left Bill Gates weeping.

“To know that our youth understands that human depopulation is our number one end goal just melts my heart,” a visibly emotional Bill Gates said in tears.

Thunberg also shocked many Canadians last September during Suicide Awareness Month while promoting suicide as “a great way to curb global warming” and took time to celebrate the memories of those “heroes who decided to do the right thing for the planet” she wrote on her Twitter account.

A number of experts have cast doubts on the real identity of Greta Thunberg, one Swedish private investigator even claiming that her true identity is that of Olga Feinchenenberg, a 54-year-old environmentalist suffering from dwarfism.

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