Greta Thunberg answers the deputies who want to boycott her at the Assembly


"It's sad, people are desperate and invent things," she adds in an interview with Konbini news.


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It is almost amused that she replies to the deputies of right and far right who want to boycott her speech in the National Assembly scheduled for Tuesday, July 23. Greta Thunberg responded to their critics in an interview with Konbini news on Monday 22 July. According to the Swedish activist, "They are more afraid of me than the real problem".

The girl is the target of many critics on the eve of his speech before the National Assembly. Thus the MP Julien Aubert, without calling for a boycott, said he would not attend Greta Thunberg's dicourse. "Do not count on me to applaud a prophetess in shorts," Nobel Prize for fear ", he writes, adding: "The planet, yes, greenbusiness, no."

Asked about these charges of manipulating a "green capitalism", Greta Thunberg the idea "funny" before continuing that she did not "Never met environmental activists who were for the money.The idea is absurd and makes me laugh.No there is obviously no one behind what I say.

It's sad, people are desperate and invent things.Greta ThunbergKonbini news


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