Malena Ernman & Her Daughter

SWEDEN. Operasinger and SJW Malena Ernman is making headlines again. But at first they were about her 15-year old daughter Greta. Nobody knew that her antics were a mediastunt arranged by her mother. 

Schools started in Sweden this week, but Greta didn’t go to her classes. Instead she sat down on the street outside the parliament building in Stockholm to strike for the climate. Somehow her presence on the pavement will inspire people to get engaged in the enviroment. Greta feels this is her moral responsibility to do this. She plans to sit there during school hours until the election on September 9.


And it didn’t take long before Fatemeh Khavari, leader for the organisation that got the so called high school law through, took the opportunity to get some attention by sitting next to Greta. I really dislike Fatemeh because of her snooty and condescending behaviour. When the law failed she said that now it was the perfect opportunity to demand more. Demand more! She should be deported for lying about her age as she claims that she doesn’t remember when she was born.

Back to Greta. Her parents reveals that they are totally spineless by saying that they want her to attend school, but that they as fellow humans understand her decision. The thing is that she’s still in elementary school which means that it’s compulsory for her to attend. The police have the authorisation to take her to school when her parents can’t manage to be adult. And if you want to help the enviroment you go to school and get a job in that area of business.


But mom has a new book, Scenes from the heart (Scener ur hjärtat), to promote that’s about Gretas and her younger sisters mental health problems (Aspergers syndrome, OCD and high-functioning autism) and how this affects the family. The book’s also about the climate and draw parallels between mental illness and, for example, draught in the Middle East. In other words: a bit high-strung and stupid.

If I were Malena I would think long and hard how this book affects her childrens integrity and dignity. A parent is supposed to care for their best interests, not use them to get attention and sell books. And even if they say that they want to tell the world about the hell they’ve been through they, as children and especially with these issues, can’t grasp the long-term effects of that. Be an adult.

And now I wonder: is the book made of recycled paper? Will the family go on a book tour and will they then be using cargobikes?

11 thoughts on “Malena Ernman & Her Daughter

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    1. Not bitter at all & yes, she is just a girl. A girl who had a deep depression three years ago and was on her way to starve herself to death. A child shouldn’t be lured into a situation like this. She’s a puppet & her protests doesn’t change a thing. It’s just virtue signaling.
      Also her leftist mother were given a lot of space in the media where she claimed that there weren’t any terrorist hiding among the immigrants. The Secret Services analysis wasn’t given any attention. Then the terrorattack in Stockholm happened. But celebrities never take responsibility


  1. You’re awfully rude. I don’t believe you even understand what you are talking about. (Also, learn how to use grammar, and perhaps there will be some integrity to your completely opinionated piece.)

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    1. I do understand perfectly what this is about and as I wrote this in early autumn I can add that there have been several journalists who have dug up how Greta got recruited to do the strikes. It wasn’t her idea. She has had a PR-guy behind her all the way and her father is on the board of some company that makes money of this spectacle. And of course my writing is opinionated! That’s the whole point of this blog. And I can’t help being rude towards some of the people mentioned as they are manipulative idiots. Not Greta, though. She is the one being used. But grammar, that was really hurtful, none the less true. 😅

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  2. You obviously don’t have children with social disabilities. If you did, as a parent you would deeply appreciate the candor with which she explains her daily life.

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    1. I can appreciate that, but it doesn’t make it ok to use a child in this way. A grown up can assess the consequences of telling her story, but a child isn’t capable to do that. Maybe especially if she has a social disibility.


  3. I came here since I expected a blog by Malena.

    I have just read an extra fourth pages written by that fabulous mother in ”Szenen aus dem Herzen”, the German translation. Witty! Very much so.

    Two days ago, Greta could announce a new edition will soon appear, in twenty languages.

    Things become crystal clear.


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