DPP Needs to Up Legal Force Against Eco-Terrorists’ Finances

Extinction Rebellion is deliberately structured to make it difficult to deal with them as an organisation. Extinction Rebellion describe themselves as a “do-it-together movement“; in reality this means they simply operate along the lines of the classic twentieth-century cell structure long used by terrorist groups. This makes it hard to punish the organisation for digging up Trinity College Cambridge’s ancient quad, digging up the turf outside the Home Office, spray painting the Bank of England or countless other acts of vandalism like today’s attack on the HQ of Barclays Bank. The individuals responsible suffer little in consequence and the organisation goes entirely unscathed.

Extinction Rebellion says more than 3,400 of its people have been arrested, with about 1,700 charged, mostly for minor public order offences such as obstructing the highway. About 900 people have pleaded guilty and another 800 have either been tried or were still awaiting their day in court. The activists who cause massive damage to property or losses by their actions receive minimal punishment. Small fines and suspended sentences being the rule in most cases. The organisation’s campaign of criminal damage goes unchecked as a result.

The doctrine of common purpose, common design, joint enterprise, or joint criminal enterprise is a common law legal doctrine that imputes criminal liability to all the participants in a criminal enterprise for all that results from that enterprise. Surely it is not beyond the wit of the Director of Public Prosecutions to construct cases against the self-confessed “do-it-together movement” that they are a joint enterprise with the individual perpetrators of criminal damage and disruption. The current DPP Max Hill QC was previously the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, responsible for an investigative review of the use of terrorism legislation following the Westminster Bridge attacks. If anyone can, Hill should be able to figure out how to go after the funding and funders of XR’s eco-terror campaign. 

Extinction Rebellion has millions in various associated bank accounts, not least hundreds of thousands in a legal defence fund. Those funds should be sequestered and paid out in compensation to those who have suffered losses as a result of the pointless disruption. Jailing hundreds of protestors would be counter-productive, defunding the organisation will be cost-effective. Follow the money…

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Extinction Rebellion Damage More Environment

A handful of lunatic Extinction Rebellion activists have busied themselves making a non-essential mess in the City of London today, pouring paint over the International Chamber Of Shipping building. Because we must remember it’s not just planes, trains, and cars that are bad, boats are too. Anything that enables people to travel or trade beyond their local village is obviously antithetical to the regressive Green agenda…

And obviously, despite breaking lockdown and vandalism laws, they walked away scot-free…

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Exclusive: Tory MP Takes Away Extinction Rebellion Wreath

Guido can this evening reveal that the political wreath Extinction Rebellion desecrated the Cenotaph with today has been taken from the foot of the monument by incensed Tory MP. While it was up the XR wreath, lined with white poppies, said “CLIMATE CHANGE ACT NOW MEANS WAR”. Police initially moved it to a less prominent position this afternoon – a move that was not good enough for one Tory MP who this evening snatched it away altogether. The MP now has the wreath in a bin bag pictured above. The anonymous MP is receiving plaudits from colleagues this evening…

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WATCH: Extinction Rebellion Hijack Cenotaph

Extinction Rebellion carried out one of their most distasteful protests to date as they hijacked the Cenotaph just moments before the 11 am silence with an XR wreath and banner reading “Honour their sacrifice; climate change means war.” Never in the field of human stupidity was so much demonstrated to so many by so few…

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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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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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