An infamous Hollywood lawyer and gossip blogger claims that Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has been communicating with Unabomber Ted Kaczynski via prison letters.
The incredible assertion was made by Enty, the name given to the person who runs the ‘Crazy Days and Nights’ blog.
According to the Daily Dot, “Over the last 15 years, Enty has made a name for himself by outing celebrities he claims are tied to prominent scandals. Enty has been credited with, among other things, dropping details about disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein years prior to his public undoing.”
In the blog, Enty claims, “The authorities have intercepted correspondence between two people – A young foreign woman who has been in the news a lot the last few years for speaking her mind on a particular problem and an infamous individual whose time in the public eye was before she was born.”
“The infamous individual wrote something a long time ago that became public that the young woman agrees with. She has been discussing both theory and implementation with him in the letters.”
He then names the two individuals in question as Greta Thunberg and Ted Kaczynski.
A philosophical alliance between Thunberg and Kaczynski wouldn’t be that out of the ordinary given Kaczynski’s vehement opposition to industrialization and his concern for environmental destruction. Kaczynski is idolized by many anarchists and green activists.
However, despite his violent tactics, Kaczynski’s manifesto, Industrial Society and Its Future, has also resonated with many on the right because it blames leftism as “one of the most widespread manifestations of the craziness of our world.”
In the 35,000 word essay, Kaczynski also warns about how unchecked technological advances are causing widespread psychological suffering by making humans obsessed with artificial pursuits like consumption of entertainment, vapid political activism and following sports teams.
In other words, Kaczynski predicted the rise of social media and how it would lead to widespread mental disorder and depression, especially amongst young people.
78-year-old Kaczynski is currently serving eight life sentences at a prison in Colorado for killing three people and injuring 23 others during a nationwide letter bombing campaign that ran from 1978 to 1995.