According to the Daily Mail, a group called The Tyre Extinguishers, a global warming extremist group, is scouring the streets of London and emptying the tires of SUVs.
The group then leaves a note about climate change on the windshield and tells them to use public transport.
However, it’s further evidence that these extremists are not concerned about the climate, but rather are simply motivated by a socialist agenda, as they are also emptying tires of electric vehicles.
The Daily Mail reports:
They say their aim is to ‘make it impossible to own an SUV in the UK’s urban areas’ because they create ‘unnecessary luxury emissions, flaunted by the wealthy’.
The activists argue they are acting as ‘concerned citizens’ by deflating tyres on hundreds of SUVs in what they called ‘well-to-do areas across the UK’ last night, including London‘s Chelsea, Belgravia, Clapham and Notting Hill.
One woman reported that she missed her child’s hospital appointment after the extremists deflated the tires of her electric vehicle.
Why blockade electric subways?
If these protests are really about climate change, why did anarchists, working with Extinction Rebellion, another Climate Change extremist group, climb on top of subway trains to prevent people going to work?
As many pointed out, if their agenda was really about saving the planet, why target electric trains and public transportation? READ: ‘MUPPETS!’ Angry commuter’s epic takedown of Extinction Rebellion eco-warriors for gluing themselves to ELECTRIC train
What really upsets John Kerry about the Russian invasion?
Shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, John Kerry, President Joe Biden’s climate czar, made a few statements about the war during a recent media interview.
According to Fox News, this included concerns about the amount of CO2 emissions that are released in a war, and that the invasion and threat of nuclear war would lessen people’s interest in climate change.
“But it could have a profound negative impact on the climate obviously,” Kerry said. “You have a war, and obviously you’re going to have massive emissions consequences to the war.”
“But equally importantly,” Kerry added, “you’re going to lose people’s focus, you’re going to lose certainly big country attention because they will be diverted, and I think it could have a damaging impact.”