A Man Tried To Stop Greta Thunberg Speaking About Gaza At A Climate Protest And Her Response Was Perfect

"No climate justice on occupied land."

A man interrupted Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg during a climate protest in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Sunday Nov. 12 to try to stop her from talking about the wra in Gaza.

The man ran onto the stage half way while 20-year-old Thunberg, who was wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf, was giving her speech and tried to grab the micrphone off her.

“I come here for a climate demonstration, not a political view,” he shouted into the microphone.

He was met with boos from the crowd, who had been chanting “Palestine will be free” earlier.

Someone can then be heard yelling “Climate is politics” before the crowd begins chanting “No climate justice on occupied land.”

After workers removed the man off stage, Thunberg returned to her spot and joined the crowd in chanting “No climate justice on occupied land.”

Thunberg has publicly voiced her support for the Palestinian cause, calling for a ceasefire and justice and freedom for Palestinians and all civilians affected in an Instagram post earlier in October.

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