It has been discovered that one of the Extinction Rebellion offshoot group founders would obstruct an ambulance even if a dying person needed urgent help.
Insulate Britain mastermind Roger Hallam admitted to broadcaster Mike Galsworthy on the Unbreak the Planet podcast that he would have refused to move for a tearful woman seeking to get to her ailing 81-year-old mother in the hospital.
A distraught woman attempting to reach her ailing 81-year-old mother in a Canterbury hospital slammed ‘selfish’ eco-morons who had shut the Blackwall Tunnel, Hanger Lane, and Wandsworth Bridge between 8 am and 12 pm.
Tensions rose as a paramedic crew joined furious drivers at Wandsworth Bridge to pull enviro-idiots off the road, some of whom are repeat offenders who have been arrested and released by police during previous demonstrations, while a woman trying to get to her mother in hospital screamed at the mob: ‘How can you be so selfish?’
Due to Insulate Britain’s stunt, married father-of-one Bill Wilson, 55, who has major health difficulties after spending weeks in a coma after testing positive for Covid, was forced to cancel three vital hi-tech scans at Royal Brompton Hospital.
The eco-demonstration, which is the mob’s ninth in less than a month, produced massive traffic jams and suffering for millions of people attempting to enter the capital, including workers trying to assist London’s battered economy recover after 18 months of Covid restrictions.
“What we’re talking about is the loss of people’s pensions in the next ten years, the loss of people’s incomes, the mass migration of hundreds of millions of people, the indescribable injustice to people of colour in the global south because of the collective selfishness of people in the north,” Hallam told Unbreak the Planet in an attempt to justify his stance.
“We’re talking about the greatest crime perpetrated by the wealthy against the world’s poor.”
When Hallam, an organic farmer who lost his company due to poor weather, caused a schism within XR by telling a German journalist that the Holocaust was “just another f***ery in human history,” he founded his separate group. Later, he claimed that his remark had been taken out of context.
Climate extremists have also called for those “responsible” for climate change to face Nuremberg-style trials, with some even suggesting that they should be punished with a “bullet in the head.”
Insulate Britain, which wants the government to insulate the UK’s 29 million houses by 2030, defied yet another injunction aimed to keep them from causing traffic mayhem while Met Police officers stood by.
At 12.20 pm, more than four hours after the demonstration began, the force tweeted that the roadways were clear of protesters.
After 18 months of different Covid restrictions, including nationwide lockdowns, the organisation has targeted main commuter routes into the city as millions of employees are encouraged to return to work to help revive London’s battered economy.
The new ploy to block roads comes amid a major fuel shortage in London and the South East, with Army tanker vehicles taking to the roads today to supply supplies to besieged gas stations as panic shoppers leave forecourts empty.
After the public slammed officers for failing to move demonstrators off the highways swiftly in the past, 38 arrests were made. Officers earlier claimed that they lacked the authority to prohibit them from shutting down the M25, M1, and M4.
“We’re more scared of what will happen when the climate crisis causes the breakdown of law and order than we are of injunctions and prison,” said an Insulate Britain spokesman. “The Government is focussing on us rather than what’s coming down the road .” “
“They need to face the facts. “
“If our government truly cares about hardworking families, it must take swift action to insulate Britain’s houses. It will assist individuals with rising energy prices, save 8,500 people from dying from fuel poverty this winter, and reduce carbon emissions in the most cost-effective manner possible.”
The protest came just 24 hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to imprison campaigners who cause traffic jams on major highways for six months or punish them indefinitely.
It’s also likely to put more pressure on Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick, who has faced mounting calls to go after presiding over a string of missteps, including the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by Met officer Wayne Couzens.