They are starting to get more and more desperate...— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 29, 2020
This shows that we're winning. https://t.co/NLOZL331X9
In an interview with the canadian issue of HuffPost, Narang, who lives in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, said he had tried to ask the account of the incident to the director-general of the X-Site, Doug Sparrow , wondering if they realized that such an image is an incitement to rape. In response, apparently, the woman heard the words: "Greta is no longer a little girl: she is 17 years old".
Someone DREW A CARTOON of Greta Thunberg, a teenager, and being violently raped. Naturally, some oilfield companymen decided to PRINT IT ON A PROMO STICKER WITH THEIR LOGO. Men love to laughingly remind us that if we speak out, we deserve what's coming to us. https://t.co/DusntoCTIh— feminist next door (@emrazz) February 28, 2020
According to an employee of X-Site heard from HuffPost, stickers - defined "disgusting and totally wrong" - would be part of a promotional campaign proposal for the company to apply to the helmets of the employees. Despite the many complaints about the social network, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has not proved any crime: it has established that it can be considered child pornography.