Climate cultists rolled out their plan for increased disruptions in the United States for the summer including the intent to “create a large-scale civil disobedience campaign.”
Sunday, members of the A22 Network, a coalition of European environmental activists whose contributions to society include gluing their hands to highways and splashing soup on priceless works of art, assembled to plot some transatlantic chaos.
Speaking from his bed, the co-founder of Extinction Rebellion and its American counterpart Declare Emergency explained during a Sunday video meeting, “What we want to do is create a large-scale civil disobedience campaign on the climate catastrophe in the United States.”
The meeting, which was later posted to YouTube, was publicly promoted and, according to the Daily Mail which sat in on the call, included “a few dozen US-based activists.”
Roger Hallam claimed that $1 million had been raised for their cause in the last week and he intended to recruit 1,000 members ahead of plans for August where, the Mail detailed, “Protests would be focused on Washington and New York City.”
A22 asserted on their website, “We are the Last Generation of the old world. We are here today to say we will create a new world — where humanity embraces itself, forgives itself, loves itself and commits to continue our great adventure.”
“We are mobilising in our many nations and many cultures. Teams will run projects. Projects will make demands on governments. We are reaching out to anyone who will reach back and join hands to create this new world,” it further stated. “If we are refused we will disrupt, week after week, as those who came before us did many times in the struggle for human rights.”
Within their discussion, the activists voiced intent to conduct hunger strikes and highway disruptions and boasted of the federal charges brought down after members of Declare Emergency had vandalized Edgar Degas’ “Little Dancer Aged Fourteen” at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in April.
As reported, Timothy Martin of North Carolina and Joanna Smith of New York had smeared paint on the case of the 143-year-old exhibit before planting themselves before it for a photo-op.
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Martin, who faces charges of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States and injury to a National Gallery of Art exhibit, with penalties up to five years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $250,000 for each, boasted of the message sent from the act of vandalism and said on the call, “We struck a chord there…so that’s a good thing.”
The Mail noted that recently, climate protestors in London had disrupted “the continent’s largest private jet trade fair by chaining themselves to aircraft to protest against the sector’s carbon emissions,” and in November, others had blocked runways for private jets at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
However, Last Renovation activist Thibaut Cantet speaking from France insisted, “Nothing’s going to work if it doesn’t happen in the US.”
The discussion of the network that includes groups like Just Stop Oil and Save Old Growth can be viewed below:
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