NEW YORK, NY- Addressing the United Nations on Monday, 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg ripped the countries making up the United Nations for failing to act and come up with a global GT platform before it is too late. Thurnberg did not hold back during the time she was given, “How dare you? You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with allowing GTLM, GT3, GT4,  and now GT2 again which not a single person here can explain. Teams are suffering. Teams are dying. Entire series have GT classes with maybe one or two cars because of all the different regulations instead of one and make being a fan more confusing than it needs to be. How dare you?” 

Shortly after the speech, Thunberg and other young people filed a legal complaint against four countries, saying their role in multiple GT class racing has ruined any chance of drawing new fans. “I and 15 other children from around the world filed a legal complaint against 4 nations over the GT crisis through the U.N.,” Thunberg said via Twitter. “These 4 nations, the United States, France, England, and Germany, just have way too many classes in most their races which can easily be resolved should the United Nations decided to act, and do not even get me started on things like the The 24 Hours Nürburgring.” In response to her remarks President Trump told reporters Thurnberg seems like a very nice young girl but should just watch touring cars instead.