Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has responded to an offensive image of her that emerged on the internet this week. The 17-year-old took to Twitter to share her opinion on the Greta Thunberg sticker, which is allegedly linked to an Alberta Oil Company. Taking a positive stance on the disturbing situation, Thunberg concluded, “This shows we’re winning.”\nEarlier this week, a cartoon image circulated on social media, appearing to show the young Swedish woman in a sexually exploitive position.\nThe picture is allegedly linked to the Alberta oil company X-Site Energy Services, as their logo is featured on the decal.\nAfter circulating on Wednesday, the picture received widespread criticism. Several Canadian politicians responded to the controversial image, with Alberta's Minister for the Status of Women describing it as, "Completely deplorable, unacceptable and degrading."\nWhile Red Deer RCMP strongly condemned the image, it was confirmed on Friday that it does not constitute a crime.\nOn Saturday morning, the Swedish environmental activist took to Twitter to respond to the controversey.\n“They are starting to get more and more desperate…” she wrote, sharing an article about the sticker.\nThunberg went on to add, “This shows that we’re winning.”\nThey are starting to get more and more desperate...This shows that we’re winning. https://t.co/NLOZL331X9— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 29, 2020\nWithin an hour of posting her response, Thunberg's tweet had more than 21,000 likes.\nThe 17-year-old also received thousands of well-wishes and messages of support.\nOne person responded to say, "I’m happy to see you are not taking this viciousness inside your head."\nAnother added, "Keep fighting the good fight Greta. Courageous and strong. We love you."\nIt’s disgusting and cruel and I’m happy to see you are not taking this viciousness inside your head. because it’s all about their loss of control. weak unconscious ignorant men resort to violence ,they will not win.— Rosanna Arquette🌎✌🏼 (@RoArquette) February 29, 2020\nKeep fighting the good fight @GretaThunberg Courageous and strong. We love you— ♩LeftyPickit♩ (@realeftypickit) February 29, 2020\nThe upsetting image has emerged just weeks after Thunberg publicly criticized Justin Trudeau's climate action. Earlier this month, she shared an article that called attention to the Prime Minister's “climate hypocrisy.”\nThunberg has also made her opinion on the Canadian Wet’suwet’en protests known, tweeting in February, “Indigenous rights = Climate justice. #WetsuwetenStrong #KeepItInTheGround."\nView this post on Instagram Here we go again... As you may have noticed, the haters are as active as ever - going after me, my looks, my clothes, my behaviour and my differences. They come up with every thinkable lie and conspiracy theory. It seems they will cross every possible line to avert the focus, since they are so desperate not to talk about the climate and ecological crisis. Being different is not an illness and the current, best available science is not opinions - it’s facts. I honestly don’t understand why adults would choose to spend their time mocking and threatening teenagers and children for promoting science, when they could do something good instead. I guess they must simply feel so threatened by us. But the world is waking up. See you in the streets this Friday! #fridaysforfuture #schoolstrike4climate #climatestrike #aspiepower A post shared by Greta Thunberg (@gretathunberg) on Sep 25, 2019 at 11:28am PDT\nIn an Instagram post last year, Thunberg spoke openly about the harassment she experiences on a regular basis.\nShe wrote, “I honestly don’t understand why adults would choose to spend their time mocking and threatening teenagers and children for promoting science, when they could do something good instead.”\n“I guess they must simply feel so threatened by us,” she concluded.