The anti-Greta

The Italian-language news site Il Giornale has a brief article about Izabella Nilsson Jarvandi, a young Swedish nationalist who’s incidentally much prettier than her ethnic counterpart and poster child for climate change activism and globalism, Greta Thunberg. My translation:

They consider her the anti-Greta Thunberg. She’s also Swedish, but she doesn’t fight for the environment.

On the contrary: her mission is to defeat immigration and gender ideology. Her name? Izabella Nilsson Jarvandi. The 15-year-old calls herself “a young political activist against globalism who seeks the truth and justice for my beloved Sweden.” And she’s someone who thinks she can become just as much of a star as Thunberg.

Like Greta, Izabella gives public speeches with the force of a young man. “If you’re not even enough of a man or woman to defend your people,” she wrote on social media, referring to Greta, “then how the hell are you able to be there for the rest of the world?” Very active on social media and supportive of Viktor Orban, she denounces “the genocide of the Swedish people” caused by open ports and excessive hospitality, writes ANSA.

One of her other battles is against gender ideology and the “indoctrination” carried out by Swedish schools. In a Twitter debate she denounced the “absurd textbooks” which say there can be “a girl with a penis” and “a boy with a vagina.” Not to mention the more “fluid” individuals, like those who are “male and female” at the same time.

Izabella’s Twitter is here. Much respect to her. Being an open nationalist and social conservative is one of the hardest things you can be in this day and age. It’s an act of heresy against the twisted moral code that is political correctness.

By the way, I can’t help but point out that although Greta Thunberg is portrayed as a crusader for change, she’s nothing more than Europe’s puppet figure for their liberal progressive status quo.

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