(Tea Party 247) – The founder of the radical climate activist group, Extinction Rebellion, has openly declared his group seeks to overthrow governments, violently, if possible.
This should not come as a huge surprise to anyone who pays attention to the rhetoric of climate change. It’s not just fear-mongering; it’s full of proposals to dramatically change the global economy and governmental structures like never before.
AOC’s Green New Deal is child’s play to these people.
Roger Hallam, the founder of Extinction Rebellion, declared at an Amnesty International Conference that he and his cohorts are willing to “bring down” governments and that “some may die in the process.”
Hallam made the statement during an Amnesty International conference.
“We’re going to force the governments to act,” he said. “And if they don’t, we will bring them down and create a democracy fit for purpose. And yes, some may die in the process.”
#ExtinctionRebellion-Gründer Roger Hallam: »We’re going to force the governments to act. And if they don’t, we will bring them down and create a democracy fit for purpose. And yes, some may die in the process.« pic.twitter.com/z8FjFlEIFq
— Rüpelhorst™ (@Ruebenhorst) October 8, 2019
Well, there you have it folks.
Extinction Rebellion isn’t doing much to downplay accusations that they are an extremist group. Clearly, they are.
The group has recently set out on a 2-week campaign to bring 60 major cities around the globe to a standstill, blocking roads and bridges.
They’re big fans of child climate superstar Greta Thunberg, who has been on a media tour across North America pushing her hysterical warnings that our species is doomed if we do not immediately take “emergency” action is not taken to completely eliminate CO2 emissions.
Professor and sociologist Frank Furedi recently slammed the Extinction Rebellion’s protests as “a carnival for middle classes who love to dress up as activists” after their sensational protests in London.
When I encounter a group of middle aged distinguished-looking activists tucking into their lunch, while sitting on the pavement by the Embankment, I am reminded of the kind of street parties that occurred during the Queen’s Jubilee. Talking to these chaps and chapettes, it becomes evident that not only are they having the time of the life, they are also under the impression that their picnic contributes to the saving of the planet. When I put to them my view that ‘this is a self-indulgent carnival of reaction’, they don’t argue back. One of them tells me to go to hell. An elderly lady sneers at me and simply states that ‘I will not have a bad word said against these young people’. As far as she and her companions are concerned, Extinction Rebellion now possesses the kind of moral authority previously associated with the Church and the institutions of the state.