What on earth kind of nonsense is this? Are you a fundamentalist Christian? Do you believe in God and Jesus? Do you think Greta is perhaps "Satanic"? Please think a little.
Let's look at the source:
The Return to Order campaign is based on the award-winning book, Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society–Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here and Where We Need to Go by John Horvat II. It addresses the growing alarm, confusion and frustration that so many Americans experience when seeing the nation fall into disorder and chaos.
This social decay manifests itself in many ways. It can be seen in the breakdown of the family and community. It can be experienced in the frenetic intemperance of hectic lifestyles, the frenzied activity of economic markets and the abuse of technology and social media. Above all, there is the abandonment of God and His law and the increasing public recognition of satanic acts, symbols and ideas.
The question for any patriotic and God-fearing American naturally arises: What can be done in the face of this breakdown?
Return to Order provides the answer by proposing a return to those God-given institutions and principles that naturally regulate society and put it back in balance. This presupposes a practice of the cardinal virtues and a great love of God.
This, and so much more, is complete nonsense. And for you to link from such a site speaks volumes of the critical thought that you completely lack.
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The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP), or "The American TFP," is a special campaign of The Foundation for a Christian Civilization, Inc. ("FCC"). It is one of a number of autonomous national TFPs which claims to form "the world's largest anticommunist and antisocialist network of Catholic inspiration."
The Southern Poverty Law Center had described it as a "virulently anti-LGBT group".
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The Return to Order campaign is an offshoot of the US Foundation for a Christian Civilisation. In 2019 it organized a petition against the Good Omens miniseries as mocking God's wisdom and making Satanism appear normal, light and acceptable, but they targeted the petition at Netflix rather than Amazon Prime Video which distributes the series.
The movement has been described as a "Catholic right wing entity". Its worldview has been characterized as an "extreme moralism, against divorce, against Communism, and against change."
Löwy's study of the interaction of religion and politics in Latin America used the international TFP to exemplify the most conservative of four tendencies within Latin American Catholicism: the one which "defend[s] ultra-reactionary and sometimes semi-fascist ideas."
Of course people who are rabidly fundamentalist Christians (also of the US variety), who likes and loves far right-wing politics, will hate someone like Greta Thunberg.
Here's a quote for you: "And they hated him [her / Greta Thunberg] because (s)he spoke the truth."
Greta Thunberg refers to science. Fundamentalist Christian right-wingers do not have science. They have fear-mongering and hate. Do not side with those who lack compassion and wisdom. Side with those who wants the best for this planet instead.