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Greta Thunberg Might be Getting too Friendly with Foreign Police Officers

On March 1st, 2023, pictures of Greta Thunberg circled the internet as she was seen being carried away by police officers for the second time in 3 months. Thunberg was carried away by Norweign authority in Oslo, Norway, at a protest for a wind farm. This protest is against constructing a wind farm because it is on indigenous land used for herding reindeer. 


Despite a court ruling, wind turbines are on this indigenous land, and a possible increase in the number of turbines. Rachael Bunyan, a writer for, said, “the turbines are still in operation despite a landmark ruling more than a year ago by the Norwegian Supreme Court that the project violated the right of Sami families to practice their culture of reindeer husbandry.” 


This protest started on Thursday, and as the days continued, more and more activists blocked the entrances to numerous ministries. Thunberg was sitting in front of the finance ministry, blocking the entrance. She was joined by other activists trying to create a human barricade. Thunberg was one of the numerous activists carried away by the local authority, Thunberg was one of them. 


The Swedish activist told Reuters that “indigenous rights, human rights, must go hand-in-hand with climate protection and climate action. That can't happen at the expense of some people. Then it is not climate justice that this was an important protest since they were violating human rights.” Thunberg is known for advocating for green energy instead of carbon-based power. However, she expressed her concern and disapproval of green energy at the expense of human rights.


Thunberg is no stranger to the public eye and protests. She is an influential environmental activist in the same position during a protest in Germany in January 2023. An image of Thunberg struck the internet as she was shown being carried away by German police officers. Thunberg was protesting the expansion of a coal mine in Germany that required the destruction of a nearby village. She was at the edge of the mine protesting when officers picked her up and removed her by force. According to the Hindustan Times, at the protest, Thunberg said, “Germany is one of the biggest polluters in the world and needs to be held accountable.”


No one is surprised to see Thunberg headline the news and be seen in the arms of law enforcement. The 20-year-old autistic activist has never turned away from a fight and will not stop now.

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