Extinction Rebellion Intimidate Attenborough after He Criticises their Intimidation Methods

A troupe of Extinction Rebellion activists turned up outside David Attenborough’s personal home in South West London today – where the 93-year-old broadcaster shields from Coronavirus – in order to intimidate him into backing their extreme political agenda. In a live-streamed Facebook video, one activist criticised the veteran naturalist for failing to back “systemic” change.

“He is not yet speaking the truth about what needs to be done to tackle this existential crisis. He is speaking of needing to take individual action… he is not yet talking about the need for the major changes in government policy, the major systemic and societal changes that are necessary.”

Earlier this year Attenborough criticised Extinction Rebellion, saying:

“I don’t think it is sensible politics to break the law… If you are any good at all, some of your demands will be met and then you will be demanding people abide by those new laws. You can’t have it both ways.”

Are you an influential environmentalist who doesn’t agree with lawbreaking attempts to overthrow democracy or a free society? Extinction Rebellion may come knocking on your door next…

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Government Hiding the True Cost of Windy Net Zero

Boris announced his new wind-powered policy with great aplomb today – insisting that hundreds of new fixed arrays in the sea and “windmills that float on the sea” will power “every home in the country”. A bold claim. The only figure he used when describing this green at sea vision was £160 million for “ports and factories across the country” to manufacture the turbines. But what would be the real cost?

A freedom of information request was answered by the Government earlier this year, denying access to the calculations that led to former Chancellor Philip Hammond warning that the net zero target would cost £70 billion a year or “well in excess of a trillion pounds” overall, based on calculations from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. BEIS wrote back saying:

“Extracting information about these calculations is a time-consuming process, and also requires a second person for quality assurance.”

Hammond’s figures themselves figures suggest that the government doesn’t believe the low cost estimates from Lord Deben’s Committee on Climate Change, and that Government is keeping quiet about the true cost of decarbonisation.

The FoI answer went on to reveal that there is a huge body of work the Civil Service has done on this subject that they have been keeping quiet about – with “over 220,000 specified data points… organised over 100 Excel workbooks.” Work that the Civil Service does not want to publish…

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Labour Shoot Themselves in the Foot

Labour is going in on the Tories hard today with a flashy new attack ad against the Government’s grouse-shooting exemption from the Rule of Six. What the party isn’t saying, however, is that shooting parties greater than six are also allowed in SNP-run Scotland and – embarrassingly – Labour-run Wales. Country sports provide thousands of rural jobs, Labour represents only 17 out of 199 rural constituencies. Research suggests that Labour won’t form a government without winning more countryside seats

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Extinction Rebellion’s Breast Protest Ever

With Extinction Rebellion attracting substantially smaller crowds than last year’s protests, they’re having to double down to make headlines. A group of topless women have currently chained themselves to the gates of Parliament this morning along with the sign “can’t bare the truth”. What a bunch of tits…

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Polling Reveals Environmental Concerns Massively Down #DespiteExtinctionRebellion

The public, it appears, are not buying Extinction Rebellion’s nonsense a second time around. While there was a slight rise in the environmental concerns after the groups mass protests last year, after the previous week-and-a-half of well-publicised Extinction Rebellion activity there is a very different story. YouGov polling reveals the issue is a full 13 points lower than it was in January. The polling, fieldwork for which concluded on Monday, asks Brits to list their top three issues facing the country. The results were…

  • Economy 55%
  • Health 52%
  • Brexit 46%
  • Immigration and Asylum 30%
  • Environment 21%

Will this merely encourage the eco-terrorists to double down on their efforts?

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Arrested Extinction Rebellion Protestor is ‘Jihadi’ Bride

An Extinction Rebellion protestor who was arrested as part of the weekend’s anti-Murdoch protests has been revealed to be a “jihadi bride” mum of nine who previously had to deny being a member of ISIS. Two years ago it was alleged Natalie Bracht travelled to Syria in 2014 where she married an ISIS fighter from London, later telling the press “I have accepted I am a full-time terror suspect without conviction.” She is now being convicted for terrorism of a different sort…

Natalie Bracht only returned to the UK last month after being repatriated from Germany and has already found herself appearing in Luton’s Magistrates’ Court faced with charges of obstruction of the highway. Guido can’t imagine what drew the 45-year-old supporter of a medieval, anti-democratic cult to ISIS…

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