Berlin agitators not alone. Similar groups wreak havoc across Europe.
Climate Change militants are gluing themselves to motorways and autobahns in Berlin, causing massive traffic jams across the German capital. The latest wave of protests, now in its fourth week, are being organized by a left-wing cultish group called the “Last Generation” which believes that the world is coming to an end because of the shift in earth’s temperature.
The fanatic followers of the “Last Generation” claim that the “world has only a few years left to turn the wheel around and avoid catastrophic levels of global warming,” France’s Euro News TV channel reported.
The climate agitators are bent on disrupting city traffic. “The protest is in its fourth weeks,” Berlin daily Tageszeitung noted Monday. “The current wave began with a blockade by 60 activists blocking the Autobahn at 11 places. Since then, hardly any day goes by without protest actions. According to the Last Generation, in past three weeks a ‘total of 89 protest actions were carried out on the Autobahn and/or the Federal Highways. Thereby, 289 times people where apprehended by the police’,” the newspaper added.
The German mainstream media often describe these blockades as “peaceful protests” and report several instances where desperate motorists are seen pushing or dragging the climate militants off the road.
The newspaper Berliner Zeitung covered one such protest on Tuesday:
Climate protest group ‘Last Generation’ again blocked the [Autobahn] A100 in Berlin, the activists confirm. They see the need to set up further sit-in blockades. They cite the report by the [UN] Climate Conference which said that only two to three years remain “in order to decide the future of humanity.”
Furthermore, the activists want to overload the judiciary: those taken into custody have to be released the same evening because the “judicial capacity” is simply not available to conduct a proper trial even when they intended to carry out the blockade again.”
Lars Werner, psychologist and climate activist for the group Last Generation, had to be taken into custody overnight. “There is no neutrality anymore in the year 2022 where Germany and Europe are burning and drying up; where billions of people are suffering from hunger; where people are losing their homes to flooding.”
Henning Jeschke, the co-founder of the group, holds the government primarily responsible: “With his ignorance, [German] Chancellor Scholz is committing the biggest injustice and the biggest suffering in the history of humanity.” In addition to that, the government is abandoning the people to the fate of “climate catastrophe.” He goes even further [in his criticism] and blames the government of violating the constitution. [Excerpts from German news reports translated by the author, emphasis added]
Climate agitator Jeschke, a student of political science at the University of Leipzig, appears to be ignorant of even rudimentary German history. The title of German chancellor who committed “the biggest injustice” and caused “the biggest suffering in the history of humanity” already belongs to a certain Austrian-born Führer.
With the German government already pushing the climate agenda, fanatics Jeschke and his minions have little reason to complain. This week, Germany’s Socialist-led government cranked up its climate drive, introducing even more “ambitious” aims. “German government ministries on Wednesday presented emergency programs to meet the country’s 2030 climate goals after two critical sectors, transportation and housing,” German state-run DW News reported Wednesday.
German courts are also pushing to enforce these globalist climate mandates. “A German court ordered a tightening of the climate protection law in 2021, which prompted the government of former Chancellor Angela Merkel to set more ambitious goals,” the broadcaster added.
The Last Generation is not alone in deploying such disruptive tactics. Similar groups are wreaking havoc across Europe. “Like-minded activists elsewhere in Europe have interrupted major sporting events such as the Tour de France and the Formula One Grand Prix in Silverstone in recent weeks, while others glued themselves to the frame of a painting at London’s Royal Academy of Arts Tuesday,” the French broadcaster Euro News noted.
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