Boris Johnson Mocks Extinction Rebellion Protesters

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Overbearing Boris Johnson unleashed an insulting assault on Extinction Rebellion protestors only a few yards from where they’d set up camp outside Downing Street.

The Prime Minister branded the enthusiastic activists nose-ringed, uncooperative crusties who were dirtying the road with their heaving hemp-smelling tents and speaking at the launch of a Margaret Thatcher biography in Whitehall’s Banqueting House, Boris Johnson claimed the 1980s Tory Prime Minister took climate change extremely seriously, long before Greta Thunberg.

His interesting criticisms came after he demanded the police use the full force of the law against climate protestors, days after his own activities were found unlawful by the Supreme Court.

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Scotland Yard detained 280 demonstrators but scores more set up camp on Whitehall and 30,000 were expected to descend the metropolis.

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Celebrity Ruby Wax was one of the many well-known faces taking part in the demonstration at Trafalgar Square, along with starlet Juliet Stevenson and models Daisy Lowe and Arizona Muse.

The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson said that people had the right to protest peacefully but that they must do so within the law because it was essential that people could continue to go about their business getting to and from work, visiting families and to have access to vital public services including emergency services, hospitals and schools.

Apparently, people are allowed to have a peaceful protest as long as it doesn’t extend to unlawful activity, yet the police took a firm stand against these protestors who were allegedly obstructing the lives of others.

It appears that the Prime Minister can’t do anything but mock people, perhaps it’s his way of using them for deflection and it seems that the mop-headed, misogynistic and pathological liar would sooner see the ecosystem breakdown than see his wealth and privilege affected.

Boris Johnson is a traitor, lives in a fine house, travels to work in a detailed car, uses fuel, utilities, telephones, heating, bedding, beds, clothing, furniture, footwear and computers. He has his bins collected, street lighting, the list is infinite, oh, and he believes he has the freedom to insult people.

Of course, Carbon Dioxide causing Global Warming was merely a theory but has been interpreted as fact because of course, it fits the political program and the views of the environmentalists and the Hadcrut4 data which was the go-to source for temperature readings were not fit for purpose and was full of school-boy errors as an Audit of the data found.

CO2 follows temperature change by a delay of 800 years and never has and never will drive climate because the sun drives temperature fluctuations on the planet and sea levels have not increased as they said they would and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

The fibbers are the politicians seeking to take us into collectivism and neo-feudalism through the deception of a man-made climate change.

Of course, our climate is changing, as it always has, but climate change aids to comfort a specific kind of person or groups of people who have now added Global Warming to our religions and beliefs and it satisfies their need and it’s a crusade to persuade others to convert to another’s ideas.

But it’s about understanding the broader picture of evolution and this planet that we live on with some people believing that the human race is the end of the evolutionary process, when actually, it’s only part of the journey and really, no one can really say how far this planet is along the evolutionary time scale but what can be said is that the human race will have been gone and forgotten by the end of this planets life.

Sadly, there’s actually nothing us humans can do to change the destiny of this planet, it’s as certain as death itself and it will come when the sun burns itself out and explodes, transforming this planet into dust.

And some of us might not support the Extinction Rebellion but Boris Johnson calling them names only shows how utterly immature he is and that he’s a real embarrassment to our country and the polar ice caps might be melting but it’s been melting for numerous decades now and what will be, will be – honestly ask T Rex, the sabre tooth tiger and the woolly mammoth.

 

 

Published by Angela Lloyd

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