Good Grief. F'ing Moonbats

petros

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Protestors plan to block multiple major Vancouver bridges, intersections and highways​

The group also plans to "shut down YVR airport."

A group of demonstrators calling on the B.C. government to take urgent action on the climate emergency plans to block multiple major bridges, intersections and highways over a two-week period.

Extinction Rebellion's Vancouver chapter says it demands "commitment from the provincial and federal governments to end fossil fuel subsidies before COP 26, in Glasgow," explains a news release. If no action is taken, the group will move forward with several nonviolent climate change protests that will include an attempt to shut down Vancouver International Airport.

Janice Oakley, a local Extinction Rebellion organizer, says: “This is the fight of our lives. By engaging in civil disobedience in the streets, we are confronting the criminality of the federal and provincial governments and our inability so far to act proportionately by rebelling. This is why I will rebel.”

The group highlights that the government spends billions on fossil fuel subsidies despite the alarming advice from the scientific community on climate change. This behaviour ultimately condemns humanity to "social collapse."






Zain Haq, another organizer, adds, “If the elected officials in power refuse to do whatever is necessary to avoid social collapse, they are committing treason, and we will exercise our legal and moral obligation to nonviolently bring this government down."

Group outlines full plan and dates for Vancouver traffic disruptions​

The group will commence its two-week demonstration by blocking the intersection of Burrard and Georgia streets on Saturday, Oct. 16. First, the protestors will gather in Nelson Park at noon before walking to the final destination.

On Oct. 17, the group will gather in Grandview Park at noon for action on Commercial Drive. On Oct. 18, they plan to gather at Nelson Park and then block the intersection of Granville and Georgia starting at 4:30 p.m. They will block the same intersection on Oct. 19, too.

On Oct 20, they plan to block the Burrard Street Bridge at 4:30 p.m. after they gather in Nelson Park.

They plan to block the intersection of Georgia and Cambie on Oct. 21 starting at 4:30 p.m. after gathering in Nelson Park. They will block the Cambie Street Bridge the following day, on Oct. 22 and Oct. 23. They will gather in Coopers' Park.

On Oct. 24, they plan to block Grandview Highway after gathering in Falaise Park. The following day they are planning a disruption at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) on Oct. 25.

On Oct. 26 and Oct. 27. they are planning a disruption at the University of British Columbia. On the following day, Oct. 28, they will march throughout downtown Vancouver after meeting in Nelson Park.

Finally, on Oct. 29, they plan to block the intersection of Main and Broadway after meeting in Nelson Park.
 

Colpy

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Yeah. Probably ten people will show up, although this is in Moonbat City, AKA Vancouver.

Blocking public roadways is, of course, illegal. So arrest them, fine them, order them to stand down...........and throw them in jail for contempt if they persist.

It is only rational.

Why am I so sure it WON'T happen that way?
 

pgs

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Yeah. Probably ten people will show up, although this is in Moonbat City, AKA Vancouver.

Blocking public roadways is, of course, illegal. So arrest them, fine them, order them to stand down...........and throw them in jail for contempt if they persist.

It is only rational.

Why am I so sure it WON'T happen that way?
Send for a couple of British soccer gangs and have them clean up the streets . Protests would stop in short order . Sadly it is against our charter rights .
 
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taxslave

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Yeah. Probably ten people will show up, although this is in Moonbat City, AKA Vancouver.

Blocking public roadways is, of course, illegal. So arrest them, fine them, order them to stand down...........and throw them in jail for contempt if they persist.

It is only rational.

Why am I so sure it WON'T happen that way?
Any not born in BC should be deported to the third world shithole of their choice.
 

Wise

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Why don't they just live like ancient people with simple things. That hurts climate less.
 

Jinentonix

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Why don't they just live like ancient people with simple things. That hurts climate less.
Because 90% of activists are sub-intellectual morons who want all the trappings of modern society while insisting there be no environmental costs for them. Others are just assholes latching onto a cause, Like Lenny DiCrappio and his rantings about Alberta oil and climate change. If the stupid fucking good wanted to whine about oil and climate change he could have easily stuck his head out the door of his Hollywood mansion and whined about California's oil industry instead, without having to jump aboard his private jet to fly anywhere.

Just more proof that the ALT-left is for the truly stupid.
 

bill barilko

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'Vancouver Police arrested four people today after they blocked a major downtown intersection during a protest.

“A group of 50 people marched to the intersection of Georgia and Burrard streets Saturday afternoon,” says Constable Tania Visintin, VPD. “There, 13 people staged a “die-in” by laying on the ground. This impacted vehicle traffic throughout downtown.”

Protesters were asked to move off the road after they were given time to express their views. Two men and two women were arrested for mischief.

Everyone arrested was driven to jail and released pending a future court date.'