This is the first of two nominations, both linked by that bunch of hypocritical, upper class trust funders, Extinction Rebellion. The first is a nomination for British Transport Police, who over the weekend announced that they are launching an investigation into the “vigilantes” who annoyed BTP by doing their job for them by dragging two XR idiots from the top of the tube train carriage they had climbed up on, thereby delaying said vigilantes, aka COMMUTERS from getting to work. It seems BTP don’t like having their toes stepped on because, y’know, law and order is their gig. At least, it should be. But BTP weren’t there to do something about the two idiots who caused the disruption. They didn’t turn up until AFTER they had been dragged off the roof of the train. What were people supposed do? Just stand there, chanting their support for the two eco loons who were stopping them from going about their lawful business? This came after over a week of XR bringing chaos to London. Those people waiting for their train were sick of it. And when two of these clowns turned up, but the police didn’t, they did the only thing they could, they took matters into their own hands. And in my opinion, they did the right thing. Over 1000 arrests were made at the various XR acts of civil disobedience (because that’s what they actually are), but both the Met and BTP have been accused of going easy on these grass munching cretins. And that is why we saw what happened at Canning Town. When the police either go easy on law breakers, or are absent altogether, people WILL take matters into their own hands. BTP’s investigation in the people who brought the disruption at Canning Town tube station by themselves, smacks of sour grapes. It is mean spirited and wrong. Personally, I doubt they’ll gather much evidence against the alleged culprits. I’ll be surprised if they many witness statements, if any. Other than from the two idiots who caused it. So, Metropolitan Police, British Transport Police. I know that your grass roots officers have a difficult job to do, especially with the shit they have to deal with from their SJW bosses, but you really need to start pulling your socks up and doing the job that us taxpayers pay you to do. Because when even law abiding people refer you to as ‘The Filth’, you have a serious problem.
Nominated by Quick Draw McGraw
And the second part…
Ok, so now my second nomination. Extinction Rebellion. We all know that XR are nothing but a bunch of trust fund hypocrites who want to send the Earth back to the stone age, but occasionally, they can be moderately entertaining. Today (Monday 21st October) for example. They were engaging in yet another tedious protest outside the Adam Smith Institute. This time, they were demanding that teachers be forced to teach the unproven, unscientific climate change fantasy and outright lies that XR preaches. These idiots actually believe that we’re on the brink of humanity becoming extinct. There are currently about 7.5 Billion people on Earth, and rising. Extinction is NOT something we have to worry about. Unfortunately for them, the ASI wasn’t really in the mood for having protesters outside, so they started blasting music out of a window. This counter protest included hits such as People Will Always Need Coal by Public Service Broadcasting, Rule Britannia, Money by That Poppy and Taxman by the Beatles.
This disruption to their protest seems to have upset the yellow snowflakes of XR, because they sent the ASI a note which read:
“To whomever it may concern, we are sorry for disturbing your morning and we wish nobody at the Adam Smith Institute ill will. Conversely, we seek to highlight a growing climate and ecological emergencies that threaten my future, your future and the future of all our loved ones. We all want to live in a safe, fulfilling world and unless we start addressing this crisis, we’ll all be STUFFED. Please consider having a conversation with us in the lobby about what the Adam Smith Institute can do. Smiley Face”. It was signed by “An XR Medical Student. Here for future patients”.
The ASI responded by ignoring XR’s complaint and continued to play their music. Great isn’t it? XR seem to think it’s ok for them to bring inconvenience and disruption to the general public with their acts of civil disobedience, but when someone dares to disrupt one of their protests by playing loud music, they really don’t like it. It’s a small act against XR, but now at least they have a tiny understanding of how ordinary people feel when these ignorant tools stop us from going about our business.
Nominated by Quick Draw McGraw