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Congratulations. Your constant doomsaying and reliance on worst-case scenarios is unscientific and has ruined the lives of many people from my generation.
I am not alone in thinking they are led by Intelligence scum for the purpose of creating divisions in society.
originally posted by: Kester
My personal experience of Extinction Rebellion is snooty idiots blocking pedestrian traffic and looking pityingly at people whose lifestyles they know nothing about.
originally posted by: CrazeeWorld777
a reply to: Kester
Especially if well known people go around saying things like this:
Emma Thompson delivers bizarre climate crisis 'forecast', warning we may have to EAT our pets to survive imminent 'crop failures, water contamination and ruined lives' - at Extinction Rebellion protest at BBC
Sex-crazed duck's infected penis had to be REMOVED after he tried to mate 10 times a day
HOW PSYCHEDELICS HELPED TO SHAPE EXTINCTION REBELLION.
Gail Bradbrook, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, explains how her psychedelic experiences helped to shape the genesis of the movement.
I don’t make decisions to fly readily these days, but I decided to travel to Costa Rica where in the space of two weeks I ingested a flood dose of Iboga (a type of tree bark), worked with Kambo (the frog medicine) and had three experiences with Ayahuasca.
During World War II, the Tavistock Institute combined with the medical sciences division of the Rockefeller Foundation for esoteric experiments with mind-altering drugs. The present drug culture of the United States is traced in its entirety to this Institute, which supervised the Central Intelligence Agency’s training programs.
The Queensland parliament has passed new laws that will criminalise “dangerous” locking devices used by climate protesters, and give police expanded powers to search suspected activists.
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Since announcing the proposals in August, the government has maintained that the new laws related to disruption caused by recent Extinction Rebellion protests . . .
Laws already exist to sanction those who breach traffic regulation. With reference to Queensland’s proposed anti-protest legislation, the Human Rights Law Centre noticed:
devices such as sleeping dragons, monopoles and tripods are commonly used in peaceful protest across Australia — our criminal laws already adequately cover their use when they cause major disruption.
The new laws may allow the police to search and arrest anyone who engages in a peaceful protest.
This unprecedented decision comes after controversial protest laws were swiftly moved through Queensland parliament at the end of October which criminalised ‘locking devices’ and expanded police powers to search suspects.
In American protest movements dating from the 1960s and 1970s, the term lockdown applies to a person's attaching themself to a building, object, fence or other immobile object.