Greta Thunberg turns 18, ‘my evil handlers can no longer control me’

Greta Thunberg turns 18, ‘my evil handlers can no longer control me’

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Sweedish Climate Change activist Greta Thunberg turned 18 on Sunday. Having a go at conspiracy theorists in a joke post as she celebrates.

In a Twitter post, she thanked her followers for the well-wishes on her eighteenth birthday.

“Thank you so much for all the well-wishes on my 18th birthday,” she wrote.

Greta plans to be at her local pub to expose all the ‘dark secrets' behind the climate and school strike conspiracy.

“Tonight, you will find me down at the local pub exposing all the dark secrets behind the climate- and school strike conspiracy and my evil handlers who can no longer control me.”

“I am free at last!!”


The climate activist joined the world stage at age 15 and has been known for her sarcasm towards specific topics regarding Climate Change pointing fingers at ones responsible for the problems.

The now 18-year-old has used her platform to be charitable. She's donated $100,000 to the United Nations Children's Fund to help children who have been impacted by COVID-19.

Generosity plays a big role in her motive towards Climate Change activism in making a change for the world.

Image: SUPPLIED/Twitter

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