Harry compares Greta Thunberg to Nelson Mandela in documentary

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex compared climate activist Greta Thunberg to Nelson Mandela in a recent documentary series released by Netflix.

Wayward royals Harry and Meghan have hailed climate activist Greta Thunberg in a new Netflix documentary series, comparing the 19-year-old climate activist to South African civil rights activist Nelson Mandela.

In an episode of the new documentary series live to lead dedicated to Thunberg, Harry described the Swedish activist as having “ignited an international movement to fight climate change…in 2018”.

“Speaking on behalf of a new generation, his courageous campaign is both an inspiration and a stark reminder that everything we do matters,” the California-based prince said.

Harry then linked the documentary episode to Nelson Mandela, with the entire series dedicated to the memory of the civil rights activist.

“It was inspired by Nelson Mandela,” he explained. “These are people who have made courageous choices. Leaders who walked alongside him and followed in his footsteps.

The documentary series also devotes episodes to the late liberal US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and pro-gun control New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

The series comes out amid Thunberg’s online row with controversial online influencer Andrew Tate, who has targeted the Swedish activist for his climate activism.

In an attempt to troll Thunberg, Tate publicly addressed the Swede online, bragging about his various high-performance cars.

“Hello [Greta Thunberg]“, wrote the influencer on Twitter shortly before his arrest by the Romanian authorities. ” have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5 liter v12s. This is just the beginning.

“Please provide your email address so I can send a full list of my car collection and their respective huge shows,” he continued.

In response to the public appeal, Thunberg appeared to attack Tate over his alleged penis size, which she appeared to suggest was inadequate.

“[Y]es, please enlighten me,” the climate activist responded to Tate’s offer to email him. “[E]email me at smalldickenergy@getalife.com.

Tate, for her part, suggested that Thunberg having such an email address indicated that it was her, not him, who was the one with the small penis.

Shortly after the spat, Tate was arrested by local police as part of a human trafficking investigation, prompting him to claim that “[t]a Matrix sent its agents” after him.

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