October 15, 2019
The UK police rolled up on Extinction Rebellion, told them to square up and watched as those niggas folded.
To add insult to injury, they sent the wahmen in to roll them fags.
That’s some disrespecc right there.
Extinction Rebellion activists say they have left London’s Trafalgar Square after police issued a ban on the group’s climate change protests.
In a statement issued on Monday evening, the Metropolitan Police said demonstrators protesting in the capital after 21:00 BST could be arrested.
Extinction Rebellion said it would “let Trafalgar Square go” but added that the “International Rebellion continues”.
The protests, which began last Monday, have seen more than 1,400 arrests.
A number of demonstrations have been staged across the capital by the group, which is calling on the government to do more to tackle climate change. The protests were due to last two weeks.
On Monday evening, police began clearing protesters from Trafalgar Square, some of whom had glued themselves to the ground as they refused to leave.
The Extinction Rebellion nutjobs were so successful in their protests that they forced the government to go full exto on them. It’s one thing to throw a little parade on Saturday down the main road of your city. It’s another to shut down Heathrow Airport and start advocating for a neo-Amish total tech shutdown.
This is extremist leftism hitting up against a government that isn’t quite ready to adopt their views wholesale quite yet.
One of the founders of the movement is about to be sent to the slammer:
Oh wait no, that’s Brad Pitt playing a death cult leader in 12 Monkeys.
I got my death cults mixed up.
Roger Hallam, co-founder of the environmental movement Extinction Rebellion, appeared on video on Monday in a London court on suspicion of attempting to disrupt air traffic by the use of a drone at Heathrow airport.
Hallam, 53, appeared in Isleworth Court via videoconference from the prison where he is in custody.
Hallam was arrested last month near Heathrow, the busiest airport in London, after a protest demonstration by Heathrow Break. This group – born in the wake of Extinction Rebellion and opposing the construction of a third runway at Heathrow airport – hoped to disrupt air traffic by piloting drones in its proximity.
But they were not able to operate the devices, which had led them to claim that the police had used jamming devices.
Now, naturally, in a few years, the UK government will be issuing licenses for beef and air travel that only certain privileged members of society like Paki rape gangs and London bureaucrats will be able to enjoy.
But for now, the planes will keep flying.
It has come to my attention that they made a spin-off TV series based off the 12 Monkeys movie that aired from 2015 to 2018.
I assume that it is about eco-terrorism/foreshadowing a popular leftist rebellion against the government in the name of doomsday lefty causes like Global Warming. It may, in fact, be the inspiration behind the Extinction Rebellion protestors – because lefties have no imagination and just copy whatever the media feeds them as examples of rebellion.
This is why it is important to stay on top of your leftist entertainment if you’re in the news business. If I had seen the 12 Monkeys show a year ago, I would have been able to predict these protests starting up a year later, that’s for sure.