"I'm here today with other concerned members of Animal Rebellion," one young woman and member of the group said as narration to the video. "It is the first day of Liz Truss's questions as PM (prime minister)." "We are here asking the most important question facing the British public today: What is she going to do about the current climate and ecological emergency? We want her to invest in a plant-based future." The woman went on in the video to claim that animal agriculture, including fishing, is the "leading cause of the climate crisis" – this, despite the fact that humanity has been fishing and raising animals since pretty much the beginning of time. In the background as the woman is speaking, scenes show members of Animal Rebellion lying down in the streets with banners, signs, and clothing demanding a "plant-based future."
Why is the government continuing to funnel money into an industry that has continuously proven to be both economically and environmentally unsustainable?Animal farming is cruel and destructive.@trussliz - Support farmers in a transition to a #PlantBasedFuture. pic.twitter.com/vKcIkw22pV — Animal Rebellion (@RebelsAnimal) September 7, 2022
"These domestic terrorists are using property destruction, not democracy, to force us all into their way of life," wrote a commenter about Animal Rebellion. "How is that acceptable?" "Godless people raised in Godless homes," added another. "They have no idea about how God created the world and has a plan." More related news about the militant climate crusade can be found at ClimateAlarmism.news. Sources for this article include: CitizenFreePress.com NaturalNews.com
It’s Day 5 and Animal Rebellion has disrupted ANOTHER milk processing and distribution centre. Arla Hatfield is the 7th site disrupted.The government must stop funding the destructive animal farming industry, and instead support farmers in a transition to a #PlantBasedFuture. pic.twitter.com/GHJppQgstM — Animal Rebellion (@RebelsAnimal) September 8, 2022
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