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    Creepy: Giant mural of climate scold Greta Thunberg going up in San Francisco

    Updated: November 10, 2019 at 1:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    Move over, Stalin, Hitler, Mao and Big Brother.  A giant mural of angry climate scold/activist Greta Thunberg is going up in San Francisco, the Associated Press reported on Friday.  According to the report, the large creepy mural of the angry teenage girl will be finished by the end of the week.

    According to the report:

    [Argentine muralist Andres] Iglesias told SFGate that he’s donating his time to complete the work and that he hopes the mural helps people realize “we have to take care of the world.”

    He had also painted a mural of Robin Williams in downtown San Francisco that has since been demolished.

    Cobre said he was searching for a building for a new mural when environmental nonprofit oneatmosphere.org approached him about the project.

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    Paul Scott, the nonprofit’s executive director, said he believed the artist would be perfect to create the first of what his group hopes will be a series of works honoring climate-change activists.

    Totally normal and not a cult. pic.twitter.com/Ypk28NNvxQ

    — Christopher Snowdon (@cjsnowdon) November 9, 2019

    James Delingpole tells us that Thunberg’s eyes “…follow San Franciscans wherever they

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