Climate ActivismHolly Valance Calls Greta Thunberg a 'demonic little gremlin' and slams Australia

Holly Valance Calls Greta Thunberg a ‘demonic little gremlin’ and slams Australia

In an intense discussion with GB News’ Chopper’s Political Podcast, Holly Candy—better known by her professional name, Holly Valance—took a surprising jab at climate activist Greta Thunberg.

The 40-year-old actress and former pop singer Holly Valance, who recently changed her identity to become a conservative pundit, wasn’t holding back when she spoke her opinions about the 21-year-old Thunberg, who was born in Sweden.

“I don’t understand why you have this, like, demonic little gremlin high priestess of climatism as the goddess in classrooms, Greta [Thunberg],” the Australian actress said to podcast presenter Christopher Hope. 

“Every child is returning home with anxiety and depression,” she added.

If you believe that none of us will survive for another five years, then why would you bother to complete your schoolwork, go to your music class, or even get out of bed?

The mother of two also stated that she had no plans to return to her native Australia, complaining that it is becoming more “woke.”  

“It was unbelievable to grow up in Australia.” We didn’t appear to be having any issues, and it was a lot of fun. “The woke stuff has really taken off in Australia,” she said.

Also, Holly went into more detail on “woke culture,” citing “the stuff they’re teaching in school” as evidence: Sexuality and children shouldn’t go together, in my opinion. Sexual orientation is not, in my opinion, anyone’s business. You are unaware of mine. I’m not familiar with yours. Why would we do that?

Although Valance’s mother is British, she was born in Australia and holds UK citizenship. Valance is married to wealthy property developer Nick Candy. Her residences are in the Cotswolds and London.  

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