27 comments on “Well done, well done

  1. Notice the lack of the word ‘extremist’ in that article, or any the BBC have written about them.

  2. Hundreds of Extinction Rebellion protesters were still dancing around a boat stage at Oxford Circus just after 10pm, as police tried – apparently in vain – to clear the area.

    How come ISIS is never around when you need them?

  3. From that article, under the photo:

    Maxwell the Bubbleologist, second left, who is on Waterloo Bridge with his friends to perform for #ExtinctionRebellion protesters

    Could you get any more Guardian than that quote and photograph? Why aren’t these people being battered with truncheons and water cannon?

  4. The emissions from my car yesterday as I sat in Central London traffic caused by these people warm my heart.

  5. Why aren’t these people being battered with truncheons and water cannon?

    They’re not a dangerous hate group like The Countryside Alliance.

  6. Sad Dick sold the water cannons. The CA was clubbed etc without need of such. And countless demos have been kettled and abused without WCs so to speak.

    Remember the Elites plan is to ruin and impoverish ordinary folk using greenfreakery as the excuse. So it suits the boss class to allow the unwashed freakshow to do its thing and help cod up eco-danger where none exists.

  7. Remember the Elites plan is to ruin and impoverish ordinary folk using greenfreakery as the excuse. So it suits the boss class to allow the unwashed freakshow to do its thing and help cod up eco-danger where none exists.

    True, and it explains how come far-left thugs get to do whatever they want, while Tommy Robinson gets the Tommy Robinson treatment.

  8. Apparently, a group of them travelled up from Stroud, over 100 miles away. I wonder what mode of transport they used?

  9. I do hope the idiots who superglued themselves to things are just left there. The agony on their faces after just a few hours would be a joy to behold.

  10. Steve,

    There’s just *something* about crusty white people with dreadlocks and drums that disgusts me. At least Andreas Baader got a haircut.

  11. If these guys were really interested in curbing CO2 emissions they’d be gluing themselves to street furniture in Beijing or New Delhi.

    China will add more CO2 emissions this year than we produce in total.

    Shut down the UK economy, kill us all along with our cattle and bury us in all our disused coal mines and it would barely make a blip on global CO2 emissions, let alone make a difference to the bloody weather.

    No, they’re another bunch of commie bastards looking to bring down western civilisation.

  12. PJF–No. The greenfreak caper suits the scummy state which is why they are allowing/encouraging this circus. Brexit doesn’t–a Yellow Jacket level caper would have some effect but 2 weeks disruption in Cent London would be ignored. The media have already ignored Brexit protests and the 20 thou who turned out for Soldier F. Per the BBC you’d never know any such event had happened.

    Making clear to the BluLab/ZaNu MPs that no Brexit =they are toast –is the way forward.

    If they try for second votes or cancelling A50 then it is street time and more.

  13. If these chuckleheads were really bothered about population increase, they should go to Africa or India and tell them to stop popping out sprogs.

    Also, the media seem to have a two-faced approach:

    1) ” We need to stop having kids!”

    2) ” We need African and Asian immigrants to do the jobs our non-existent kids won’t be there to do.”

    It’s almost as if there’ another agenda in play….

  14. Saw one of the silly bitches claiming on Sky that they don’t want to cause disruption, but they have to. The reality is they love it, they could try and achieve their aims through the ballot box by persuading a majority to vote for economic suicide, but they prefer to try and get their way through bullying. I wouldn’t shed a tear if a crazed gunman took out a hundred of the evil bastards, in fact I’d tip into his or her GoFund me page.

  15. KevinB:“No, they’re another bunch of commie bastards looking to bring down western civilisation.”

    Remember when the Establishment and police forces used to believe it was their job to stop this, and not simply arrange ‘a proportionate response’..?

  16. @Dave Ward

    they’re from all over

    One wonders how many delegations of toss-pots are getting similarly sympathetic coverage in the legacy press – I know that local rags are desperate for content but it’s not difficult to imagine that some editorial control is influenced from HQ….

  17. In many ways these demonstrations are a good thing. They reinforce the public perception that the green nutters are just that – nutters. They are unwordly comfortably off white middle classes who won’t be impacted (so they think) by the folly of their own policies. OTOH they can be claimed as evidence of a popular uprising by Governments keen to push this agenda.

    BTW I see Attenborough is on the Beeb on Thursday with another climate change junk fest.

  18. BTW I see Attenborough is on the Beeb on Thursday with another climate change junk fest.

    He’s still alive? He must be about a hundred by now. Hating humanity is good for you.

  19. I support people’s right to protest, but the target of your protest must be the people you are protesting against, the people whose decisions you want to change. So, workers strike vs management, petition outside Parliament. And, yes, supergluing your buttocks to the Commons Gallery.
    But these people are targetting the people who *aren’t* the ones who have the decision-making power. They are pissing off the travelling public while the decision makers are untouched and oblivious. Same as Tube strikes – you piss off the travelling public who have zilch ability to change your pay and conditions, not the management who are the ones deciding what to pay you.

  20. It’s reported that the police ran out of holding cells, and the protesters taunted them by saying “You can’t arrest us all”. In view of that, and their absurd aims to have the country at zero carbon status in just 6 years, I suggest they are all dispatched to an uninhabited island with no power, no plastics, no electronics, no artificial fertilisers – essentially none of the benefits of modern living – and left to fend for themselves…

  21. @Dave Ward April 17, 2019 at 6:39 pm

    Yep. Stick them all on next cargo ship to Falklands (no food, free fishing lines), with drop-off off coast of South Georgia.

  22. Water cannon? MG42 okay with me. We’ll find out how serious they are about global warming.

    ‘It is calling on the UK government to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and establish a citizens’ assembly to devise an emergency plan of action to tackle climate breakdown and biodiversity loss.’

    Sorry, kiddies, but UK has double ought nothing to do with it. You are irrelevant. It doesn’t matter WTF you do. You are nothing. As Kevin B says, take your stupid $#|+ elsewhere. If they really believed this stuff, and had a half-a-brain between them, they’d demand we nuke China and India.

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