Why do globalists choose to be named after ugly bugs?
Related: Globalist kingpin, David Rockefeller’s beetle (bug) collection — names species after himself
Scientists name new species of tiny, wingless beetle with long pigtail-like antennae after Greta Thunberg
25 October 2019
Greta Thunberg has had a species of beetle named after her for her ‘outstanding contribution’ to raising awareness of climate change.
The Nelloptodes gretae – which had no name beforehand, despite being discovered 50 years ago – has no eyes, no wings, and is just 1mm long.
It does, however, have long antennae on its head which resemble pigtails like those the campaigner wears.
Experts at the Natural History Museum in London chose to name the beetle after Greta in honour of her ‘immensely impressive’ work.