Extinction Rebellion, the so-called 'climate change' movement, has morphed in recent weeks from a relatively harmless environmental pressure group into something far more malevolent.
Although it was founded with the stated aim of using civil disobedience to compel government action on climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse, its recent actions go far beyond what is acceptable in a civilised society.
It is completely unacceptable, for example, to put lives in danger by blocking roads to the extent that the police, fire and ambulance emergency services are unable to reach major incidents in our towns and cities.
It is equally unacceptable that lives are put in danger by flying unauthorised drones at airports and along flight paths over residential areas.
Now even the police are merely standing by as passive observers while the demonstrators wreak mindless criminal damage to our fragile environment, as demonstrated here on the grounds of Trinity College, Cambridge.
With this tacit encouragement from those in authority who are supposed to be protecting the rest of us, how long will it be before people die as a direct result of Extinction Rebellion's actions?
This is nothing less than environmental terrorism, and we demand that Extinction Rebellion be proscribed as a danger to national security with immediate effect, and that all appropriate action is taken to arrest and prosecute - to the fullest extent of the law - those who commit criminal damage in plain sight.
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