Obviously not content with being the most annoying teenager of the 21st century, Greta Thunberg has decided to take her schtick on the road… to the 19th century.
In an uber-creepy photo dug up by the truly nerdy at the University of Washington, Thunberg’s doppelganger is seen with two other children “at a gold mine on Dominion Creek, Yukon Territory, ca. 1898” according to the U of W.
The darling of tree-huggers everywhere, little Greta scolded the world with her now infamous spoiled brat rant at the United Nations, “How dare you? You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words.”
Here’s the sadly ironic morale of the story: Those 1898, back-breaking work, usually went to sleep hungry at night, lucky to make it to the age of 40, children would give their right arm to live 30 minutes-worth of the privileged life of young Greta Thunberg.
So, ‘Greta Thunberg’ is in a photo from 120 years ago, and it’s my new favourite conspiracy. Greta’s a time traveller, from the future, and she’s here to save us. pic.twitter.com/5ObTjPFXvk
— Jack – J.S. Strange (@JackSamStrange) November 18, 2019