“We’re going to force the governments to act … If they don’t, we will bring them down … Some may die in the process.”
The founder of Extinction Rebellion has vowed to “bring down” governments worldwide and has warned that “some may die in the process.”
Roger Hallam made the statement during an Amnesty International conference earlier this week.
“We’re going to force the governments to act,” said Hallam. “And if they don’t, we will bring them down and create a democracy fit for purpose. And yes, some may die in the process.”
Summit.news reports: Such incendiary comments will do nothing to dampen accusations that Extinction Rebellion is an extremist group.
Extinction Rebellion has embarked on a 2 week campaign to bring 60 major world cities to a standstill by blocking roads and bridges.
One of their icons is poster child Greta Thunberg, who has been on a media tour promoting the ludicrous assertion that humanity is doomed if “emergency” action is not taken to completely eliminate CO2 emissions.
Professor and sociologist Frank Furedi slammed the Extinction Rebellion climate change protest as “a carnival for middle classes who love to dress up as activists.”