“I’ve got quite dry skin so I stick to tarmac well”
Young Dolph is dead and the only thing white people care about is trying to change the weather.
Nine eco-zealots from the Extinction Rebellion splitter group Insulate Britain have been jailed on Wednesday morning for violating an injunction prohibiting the blockading of roads.
The High Court in London on Wednesday sentenced the nine far-left activists to jail terms ranging from three to six months after they pled guilty to violating the injunction by blocking off junction 25 of the M25 on October 8th, Sky News reported.
Ana Heytawin and Louis McKecknie were sentenced to three months behind bars, while Ben Taylor — who has openly announced his intention to continue violating the law — received a six-month sentence. The other defendants received four-month sentences.
The judge in the case said that all of the eco-activists should serve at least half of their terms behind bars, as is typical in the British judicial system.
One of the jailed eco-warriors, 44-year-old Emma Smart vowed to go on a hunger strike during her imprisonment.
In a statement read out on the steps of the High Court following the ruling, an Insulate Britain activist said: “By imprisoning us, the government shows its cowardice. They would rather lock up pensioners than insulate their homes. They would rather lock up teachers than create thousands of proper jobs. They would rather lock up young people than take practical steps to reduce emissions. They will lock us up and leave thousands to die of cold this winter.
“We knew we would face prison when we took this action, but we could not stand by while the government betrays the general public.”
The 9 #InsulateBritain supporters were convicted of contempt of court for breaking the National Highways’ M25 injunction
Ana Heytawin and Louise McKecknie received sentences of 3 months
Ben Taylor, who had announced his intention to continue, received a sentence of 6 months. pic.twitter.com/oasqaMpIJJ
— Insulate Britain (@InsulateLove) November 17, 2021
Following the lead of Extinction Rebellion, Insulate Britain activists have frequently glued themselves to the road in order to maximise the disruption of their protest and to delay police officers removing them from the road.
The road blockades have resulted in some serious injury for people who were prevented from reaching medical care. Insulate Britain figures have attempted to downplay the incidents, likening them to collateral damage during the Second World War.
Of all the things I’m tired of, I am likely the most tired of this global warming gibberish.
It is just truly amazing that you can convince people to believe in a totally fake thing, then get them to demand that you do more about the fake thing, and because you gave them the idea, they demand to do the thing that you initially wanted to do in the first place.
Most humans are really just programmable robots.
Insulate Britain protester glues his face to the road to stop himself from being removed
Footage by: The Mirror pic.twitter.com/qjwtqnV3Hj
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 25, 2021