Eco-terrorists think they’re above the law

! This post hasn't been updated in over a year. A lot can change in a year including my opinion and the amount of naughty words I use. There's a good chance that there's something in what's written below that someone will find objectionable. That's fine, if I tried to please everybody all of the time then I'd be a Lib Dem (remember them?) and I'm certainly not one of those. The point is, I'm not the kind of person to try and alter history in case I said something in the past that someone can use against me in the future but just remember that the person I was then isn't the person I am now nor the person I'll be in a year's time.

Eco-terrorists causing an nuisance at a “climate camp” at Kingsnorth power station have had some of their cars towed away by the police.

Kent Police said they asked the eco-terrorists to move two cars from the entrance to the power station for safety reasons because they were blocking the only gateway onto the camp site but instead of moving their cars they brought more along to block the entrance forcing the police to tow them away.

Environmental extremists seem to think that if they call their flea-ridden tents a “climate camp” they are entitled to pitch them wherever they want even if that means, for example, cutting a hole in the perimeter fence around an airport to gain illegal entry or setting up camp on private property.  They think that because they’re doing it in the name of saving the environment they can break the law, ignore the police and put lives at risk.  They think that because the British government is legitimising the eco-terrorist agenda as an excuse to raise taxes and destroy the economy to pave the way for a pan-European soviet republic that they are above the law, just like the politicians that have been feeding them lies about climate change.

Kent police have 1,400 officers on standby from 26 police forces at a cost of £1m just to police the eco-terrorists protest, which is against E.ON demolishing the dirty coal-powered station and replacing it with a cleaner coal-powered station that they claim will be 20% cleaner.  The plans have been approved by Medway Council and are awaiting final approval by the British government.

I wonder what would happen if those of us who beleive that the climate change propaganda is load of bollocks set up a camp in favour of cheap, safe and reliable power instead of unreliable and expensive “renewable” energy?  I don’t expect we’d last five minutes before the police moved us on.

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  1. axel (1214 comments) says:

    Is it just me or do we need a strong government to say to all and sundry, ‘Oi, you are not going to break the law and interfere with the democratic process’?

  2. I Albion (9 comments) says:

    And if you asked any one of these Eco-terrorists who are worried about the Planet,were they worried about England,you would be called a fascist…..been there…. asked them…have been called one.

  3. axel (1214 comments) says:

    I am the wrong gut to say that to.

    I am a fascist already, i think it is to do with being 40 something, 🙁

    The police are meant to maintain law and order, that is their job, whether it needs done with horses and long shanks or a quiet word is immaterial, it needs done.

  4. I Albion (9 comments) says:

    Arthur Scargill is going to speak at the camp,My case rests Milord

  5. wonkotsane (1133 comments) says:

    Some people from Wrekin Stop the War (a Telford off-shoot of the national Stop the War Coalition who wanted to complain about more than the war) have driven down to Kent to join the protest. In their cars. Burning petrol. To a “climate camp”. Oh, the irony.

    They’ve also hung banners from two bridges on the M54 in Telford which is, of course, a criminal offence. Not only did they break the law but they also bragged about it on a local forum and to the local newspaper. I hope the police will be coming down as hard on those that hung huge banners from the bridges, distracting motorists and potentially causing a hazard should one of them have fallen off, as they do to people talking on the mobiles or speeding.

    Oh and the police having to tow cars out of the camp gateway? It was the police that put them there apparently, it’s all part of some conspiracy involving the BBC. It’s true, a protester said so.

    I wonder if the mrs has got any bra’s I can burn, I feel like protesting about something.

  6. axel (1214 comments) says:

    Arturo Scargill?

    WTF, i would have thought he would be pro coal fired stations?

    I can see him being against everything else but not coal fired?

  7. Andi (82 comments) says:

    “…I wonder if the mrs has got any bra’s I can burn…” – Just make sure it’s not that expensive one you helped her pick out!

  8. steadmancinques (34 comments) says:

    Do you remember Laurie Pycroft, the 16 year old who successfully led Pro-Test, and brought hundreds of students in Oxford out on marches and demonstrations against the animal rights fascists, who are possibly worse, though equally unsanitary? Perhaps he, or someone like him, should emerge to counter the eco fascists.
    With Evan Harris, MP, we should clearly say,

    “Every single action of harassment, of intimidation or violence undermines any legitimacy your case ever had.”

  9. wonkotsane (1133 comments) says:

    I do indeed remember Pro-Test, I still have a link to them in my sidebar.

    I like your idea but do you really think that we’d be allowed to protest against the enviro-facists? They are tolerated because they serve a purpose to El Gordo whereas we, of course, would not.

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