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Default Angry Londoners Pull Climate Change Protesters From Roof Of Train

Angry Londoners Pull Climate Change Protesters From Roof Of Train

Excerpt: The incident happened at Canning Town Tube station, located in London’s poor east end – a particularly stupid venue for Extinction Rebellion activists to try to pull such a stunt.

One decidedly middle class looking protester climbed on top of the train but was pelted with objects before being dragged back down to the platform.

Almost immediately, another protester climbed on top of the train but was also pursued and dragged back down.

London Underground staff had to intervene to prevent the protesters getting a substantial beating.

What these climate change protesters fail to realize is that real working people need to get to work, get paid and feed their families. They don't have the luxury to run around on a workday to jump upon the roof of a commuter train to protest against climate change.

Do you see how ridiculous this is? Protesting against climate change?

The climate automatically changes. The only constant in life is change. I understand being upset about pollution and garbage but if you want a cleaner nation or world, how about protesting against open borders and actually regulate the use of local resources by stopping the massive influx of illegals who not only damage the natural environment but also the local economy by siphoning off the local social net?

People want to invent, create, work, earn money and exist in a fair society not manipulated by the system or stuffed full of protesters at every corner. People are fed up with the activist crowds... protesting capitalism, cars, masculinity, newborns, Christianity. People want their traditions and natural ways left to be.
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