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- Thu, 17 Oct 2019 15:17:53 EST TZ7N3aQQ No.4915315
File: 1571339873269.webm [mp4] -(17076107B / 16.29MB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Let's protest poublic transport lol
Hipsters decide to hold up public transport with a protest for the environment...
(that's right, hold up public transport for the environment)
in a working class area outside London...
during rush hour...
results are as follows...

Mahatir Pasha - Shocking moment angry commuters drag two protestors off the top of a train in Canning Town and attack them
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Marcus Samuelsson - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 15:38:46 EST TZ7N3aQQ No.4915321 Reply
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Here’s the moment angry commuters went after a cameraman who they believed was working with them.
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The Warlord - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 15:50:49 EST mfpr/H0D No.4915325 Reply
>>4915315
Hahahahaha beautiful!

These pricks make me weep for mankind. Their heads are so far up their own arsehole they genuinely believe they are the glorious, altruistic saviours of planet Earth. And it's that dangerously obnoxious cocktail of delusion and smugness that makes these braindead morons come up with their pathetic, attention-seeking little acts of public annoyance. I have yet to meet a single one of these freaks that didn't have the following profile: upper middle class, extremely privileged, ultra gullible and living in a politically correct, elitist bubble entirely detached from the real world.

But you could almost forgive them if they actually made a difference, actually came up with workable solutions and changed the world for the better. But they don't. And what makes matters worse is that I'm certain most of them don't even care about that. All they care about is being seen to care. Being seen to appear virtuous, without actually ever scratching the surface of genuine righteousness. It's all about scoring points, feeding their smugness and pretending to be a rebel in order to give their hollow lives the faintest morsel of meaning. They're disgusting.

Inevitably, they end up doing more harm to whatever trending cause it is they latch themselves onto than if they had never bothered to intervene in the first place. And for those who genuinely care about the environment and the impact of mankind on nature (a group I include myself in), that is what makes their whole charade even less palatable. Good on you, working people of London.
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Doris Wabblepog - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 16:46:50 EST Odh4Xtei No.4915341 Reply
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>>4915315
The point of a protest is to be heard.
If your protest disrupts nothing, it will be ignored and literally pointless.

MLK disrupting all transport related.
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Neil Strongweed - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:18:06 EST EuiLGEDI No.4915349 Reply
>>4915347
I can't hear you over the sound of your tongue licking that boot.

I can hear you scraping the shit it serves you with the tip of your tongue, swallowing it all.
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Lillian Fuvingmutch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:20:35 EST nJkrco7e No.4915350 Reply
>>4915348
>Because the way things are going, humans are extinct in 10,000 years.
more like 200, and that's going to be a long, drawn out thing.
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Barnaby Lotawitz - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:21:28 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4915351 Reply
>>4915348
>>4915349
Did you guys even read the posts you're replying to or are you just jumping in on the ground floor for this 500 post vitriolic argument
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Marcus Samuelsson - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:30:57 EST TZ7N3aQQ No.4915352 Reply
>>4915350
yea that's when the AI goes rogue and starts producing its own robot slaves.

We can't compete with machines.
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Lillian Fuvingmutch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:38:57 EST nJkrco7e No.4915353 Reply
>>4915352
No, that's when we see 4-8° increase in global temperature. Mass crop failure, large parts of the planet literally too hot to live in, regular "extreme" weather events.
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Sophie Bunspear - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 17:42:18 EST P6n7T2JL No.4915355 Reply
>meanwhile i'm biking everywhere while smoking a joint and smiling at car/public transport retards
feels free, mane
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Lillian Fuvingmutch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:17:03 EST nJkrco7e No.4915368 Reply
>>4915360
That doesn't make any sense.
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Rebecca Funningditch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:32:01 EST BowkiUKZ No.4915374 Reply
>>4915369
What we should be doing is bomb Trump and Bolsa... that Brazilian faggot whose name I can't even remember.
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Esther Gemmleridge - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:36:13 EST +s1jREfL No.4915376 Reply
Did the tall guy lose a tooth or something? Are all those limeys coming the ground to try and find it and pop it in their mouth? I should go there and be king with this set of chompers. I imagine England is like a big nursing home, mashed everything and more people than teeth in the room. At least the people with mouths like that here are from the armpit of the country and have to subsist of mountain dew because the water has been fracked away. I can't imagine what New York or LA would be like if the people didn't have teeth. Global financial capital? More like global gingivitis capital.
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Lillian Fuvingmutch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:42:11 EST nJkrco7e No.4915379 Reply
>>4915376
The mouths of the English are actually in better shape than those of the Americans. Much like penises, things don't work better just because you shave bits of them off for aesthetic reasons. Wearing down your enamel to make your teeth whiter isn't good for your teeth.
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Teddy Hart - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:46:05 EST sTwClUnx No.4915381 Reply
>>4915379
My dentists always tell me my enamel is important and they direct me towards toothpastes that won't fuck with my enamel. As an American I haven't witnessed anyone advocating the wearing down of enamel solely for aesthetic reasons. Maybe I'm in a gay part of America?
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Fritz Zwicky - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:47:25 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4915383 Reply
>>4915379
You expect me to believe your peasants have good teeth when all your royalty have teeth that look old man like toe nails?

Also, you can't get bar mitvah'd with a foreskin. Enjoy dying in a state of perpetual childhood.
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Lillian Fuvingmutch - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:54:03 EST nJkrco7e No.4915387 Reply
>>4915381
Quite possibly.

>>4915383
What looks sexy to you isn't always what's healthy, as you should know from what the doctors have been saying about your mom's weight.
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Fritz Zwicky - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:58:20 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4915391 Reply
>>4915387
Do old English people get dentures that look fucked up on purpose?
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Bernard-Ferdinand Lyot - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:59:26 EST B7w5ydfa No.4915392 Reply
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>>4915315

dude DO NOT EVER fuck with people who ride subways, they will fuck your shit up if you make the train even worse and more late than it already is

this is true for any city that has a subway
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The Warlord - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 18:59:51 EST mfpr/H0D No.4915393 Reply
>>4915348
>No one thinks they're saving the planet
>It's about saving humanity
Semantics. It comes down to the same thing.

>You retarded alt-right faggot
Of course, I don't hold the same views as you, therefor I must be a Nazi. How original!


>>4915373
I never said everyone protesting for the climate is politically correct and upper middle-class. I said that each time I have met people similar to those in the video clips, they have all had similar backgrounds. It's called noticing a pattern.

There are plenty of normal people who go on marches for the environment. But that's not who we're talking about.
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Factory Head Cyril - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 05:31:40 EST sYX/24kD No.4915496 Reply
This whole kind of thing's very weird, these intense rampages of extreme conviction have this way of making you really disoriented about reacting, knowing that not being with such things gets you marked, and that really amplifies acting and talking freakishly when faced with such "events". For one thing, seeing them bend over backwards to polish themselves kind of makes you feel a need to some similar things in order to be able to face them.
>>4915374
Bolsanitto, it helps to note that he's not simply Brazillian, just like pope Mario Googoo-gagalio isn't simply Argentinian.
>>4915383
That is quite plausible, inbred aristocracy and all.
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Shitty McCockerson - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:52:09 EST EyqNVRd4 No.4915515 Reply
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>>4915500
>b-but people have to get to WOOOOOORK
shaddap you face, nobody cares about your tuneless droning.
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NathanielChasslelire.cmd - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 11:55:45 EST hZjO1+Mv No.4915531 Reply
>>4915515
>Nobody cares about your need to work two jobs to barely make enough money to pay rent and buy food for your family
XR explicitly panders to cops and landlords, and at the same time is encouraging young activists to get arrested, printed, etc by disrupting already-struggling public transit instead of doing anything substantial against the primary drivers of climate change, e.g. giant multinationals, the MIC, or people whose monthly consumption far surpasses the lifetime footprint of a slum-dweller in Karachi. They are not changing the world, they are channeling the energy of people who could change the world into safe aesthetic 'radicalism' that at best allows people who say things like "tuneless droning" to feel like they're doing something while advocating the sort of weird malthusianism pushed by Bill Gates or the 'ecomodernism' beloved by tech entrepreneurs and leaving the structures of global capitalism intact.
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Sonson - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 12:28:11 EST JII9sTGa No.4915534 Reply
>>4915531
They're trying to inconvenience people to get them to stir to action. It's obvious what the problems are and that action isn't being taken and the government don't need to be told. People are literally paid to suggest things and get ignored.

The problem is that they think by annoying you that the people responsible give a flying fuck about you. They don't. You could die and they would continue taking one man 737s for business trips and driving their enormous limos around. That's the singular failing. We don't need "a plan" we have lots of options we can take and it's obvious what the problems are. The only real failing is that they're not blockading the rich.
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BJ Penn - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 13:58:25 EST 4BFK5//z No.4915544 Reply
>>4915542
>>4915543
>doomsday cultists
Pointing out the people are getting fucked massively by climate change is a cult now? Please, tell me where you get your information from about how it's just "doomsday cultist bullshit."
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Douglas Pabst - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:14:35 EST jmtQoJ/f No.4915545 Reply
they're rank hypocrites. give up all your modern coveniences and then come tell me to give up mine.
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PokéManiac Cedric - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:27:10 EST nJkrco7e No.4915549 Reply
>>4915548

Every one of these climate denial groups:

>Climate change isn't even a problem, the science is wrong even though I can see and feel it happening, cutting carbon emissions in any meaningful way is basically just dismantling modern society and plunging the entire world into anarchy. Our evidence of this is because we said so. Don't question us otherwise you're a jobless crusty middle class champagne socialist ecofacist rich person taking paid leave why don't you take a shower and stop inconveniencing the poor?
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ClaraPallyway.jpg - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:33:34 EST JgIxhV6U No.4915551 Reply
We need to stop making these threads on /b/

Our imageboard is literally dying because of these threads.

Action needs to be taken.
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Crush Girl Ernest - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:39:53 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4915552 Reply
>>4915550
idk man I'm just an unemployed communist disillusioned by politics in general
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Michael Eddington - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:48:17 EST JcT1++GB No.4915555 Reply
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>>4915551
>impassioned call to action to end politics threads

sounds like politics to me
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Dan - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 14:59:40 EST JAabUWi9 No.4915556 Reply
>>4915553
>not stuffing my facehole with mcburgers is communism!
funny how you managed to be exactly what
>>4915549 said you were. Stop being willfully stupid.
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Michael Eddington - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:28:19 EST JcT1++GB No.4915563 Reply
>>4915560
Everything is political, it's impossible to be apolitical. Politics doesn't have to be at the forefront of your mind every waking moment, but there's no escaping it. The ability to ignore politics and pretend like it doesn't mater comes from a place of privilege and there are a lot of people who don't have that luxury.
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CharlesMundlestare.bfc - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:32:16 EST R2oVdqTY No.4915564 Reply
>>4915553
>renewable energy = communism
>I live in constant fear of climate protesters disrupting society
>I love big oil's dick and ride it as much as possible

Pretty much everybody agrees the protest in OP i shitty and stupid. But WTF are you going on about
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Brandon Vera - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:32:24 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4915565 Reply
>>4915563
You're either the exact person that guy was talking about, and you let politics pervade every waking thought, or you just spend way too much time out of your day on this website, if you think ignoring politics on 420chan is a luxury coming from a place of privilege

This is where I come in spare moments while on drugs to read dinosaur raps and watch train webms
Frankly I don't really think bringing politics into that is necessary or helpful at all, to anyone
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Captain Edward Jellico - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 16:04:36 EST SZUh8MzS No.4915570 Reply
>>4915482
Is that in Vancouver. My friend died their this summer on hastings. :(
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Stonn - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 16:51:10 EST 5yG7r+R/ No.4915572 Reply
>>4915571
I read through it, typical shit slinging, abandon hope all ye who enter here, nb
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Dan - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 17:52:05 EST JAabUWi9 No.4915580 Reply
>>4915565
>why would politics matter on a drug board lmao xdd, I only come here to shitpost while people in my country get arrested for doing the things described on this site by the hundreds of thousands every single year
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Brandon Vera - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 18:12:16 EST 5h0NnKL6 No.4915583 Reply
>>4915580
You don't know dick about my country, mush brained burger, and go back to twitter if you want every waking moment to involve pointlessly screaming into a politically charged mass, who the fuck do you think you're helping by politicizing and polarizing every possible space for expression you walk into.
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Elijah Joy - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 19:10:45 EST ROpq0DAd No.4915589 Reply
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>>4915583
Getting furiously buttmad at people for daring to talk about certain topics on the same website as you is just as polarizing as the initial conversation was, sometimes moreso.

Maybe chill out a little because right now you're way more offputting than some guys talking about trains or whatever.
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Yo-Yo - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 21:52:09 EST YBsBNpSE No.4915614 Reply
>>4915589
Agreed. Holy shit. His post reeks of some other chan's garbage tier angsty insult shit-flinging.
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Tuvok - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 02:48:35 EST 4BFK5//z No.4915659 Reply
>>4915657
A group of brits making decisions that weren't well thought out doesn't = cult antics, my man. People make mistakes & when you have a cause that people give a shit about, things like this can unfortunately happen. Does not mean they're a cult of any kind, tho.
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 02:58:35 EST sYX/24kD No.4915661 Reply
>>4915534
>They're trying to inconvenience people to get them to stir to action.
Put another way, they're deciding to harras random people to completely offload the dillema of what sort of actions need to be taken onto those people. They smugly refuse to start any sort of portion of the solution! It seems like the whole point of this is that it has to be somebody else's duty, and that they're incensed that the government isn't pandering to their concerns as part of a long standing such sentiment about government not rapidly tackling all their worries.

If it was so obviuos, then it would be painfully straighforward to pick out things relating to the problem, to target the thing associated with that which action should be taken against.
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 03:03:57 EST sYX/24kD No.4915662 Reply
>>4915659
Cult is an opinion of how nasty such shennanigans get, movementarian groups that people entrust with handling all such things have all sorts of dynamics of their own, and those often get very disturbing. Them pulling of a shot-to-its-own-foot like this proves that repulsive circle jerking cliques and things of that sort are able to descend to cult levels in a place like london.
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Marco Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 03:12:44 EST JAabUWi9 No.4915664 Reply
>>4915583
>every drug is legal in my country, guys! people getting arrested for drug usage is an *American* problem, lol
Lemme guess, another the future immigrant who's anti-drugs but uses a drug chan?
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 03:54:05 EST nJkrco7e No.4915667 Reply
>>4915662
It's hardly a cult if the defining belief is that we need to listen to what scientists have been telling us for the past 40 years. May as well call people who believe in gravity a cult.
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Anthony Crabs - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 06:11:29 EST t3Vin1A8 No.4915675 Reply
>>4915667
>May as well call people who believe in gravity a cult.

They're a massive cult, and they've been holding us down for ages.
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 07:57:42 EST sYX/24kD No.4915682 Reply
>>4915667
But someone already explained it very vividly, it's hardly so much a cult of ecological disaster anticipation as a cult of protesting. It's a cult who's defining belief is that it's cool to hold up a simplistic shiny infonugget that intimidates people. Now, they seem to have found themselves such a thing that makes people itch to question, especially when it's shoved at them intensely, but frustrated about not being able to push away, after the cultists themselves have finally vaguely figured out something that everyone else has also been getting told for forty years.

Attempting to boil down what scientists have been saying over 40 years into a set of slogans is not something that's in line with getting anything useful done.
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:21:07 EST sYX/24kD No.4915683 Reply
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>>4915369
Well, I guess that's kind of like human sacrifice. The important thing is to be bold, like to be safe-rather-than-sorry, that messages won't just be forgotten. So, it's not inconceivable that they could try, and, say, make a point about the dearness of rare animals by assasinating some white tigers!

>>4915341
>>4915571
Well, it is understandable that they'd really want to do something on subways because of the huge audience there, perhaps bolstered by how much people are recoiling from paying attention to much there and by the high likelihood of action in such a public place being noted and reported on.

But, damnit, it still has to make sense! On one level, or on another, or another, or better yet two of them, or still better, on all of them, it has to make sense! If they decided to protest some burger or hot dog joint for "defiling a green institution" with environment-harsh beef, that would make sense! If they protested that the subway company was avoiding putting solar panels, or wind turbines, in spare space that's particularly useful for such, like on the rooftops of above ground stretch of subway, that would make sense!
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Thomas Henderson - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:22:27 EST BowkiUKZ No.4915684 Reply
Important to remember that in the UK cops go hard on climate protests thanks to BIG COAL.

So maybe those lads thought they could get more action by protesting somewhere away from the cops.
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Nate Diaz - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:31:44 EST GySFIo9H No.4915686 Reply
if people want them to stop they should hold a counter protest by keeping their lights, cars, and faucets running until the protestors break up.
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:41:47 EST sYX/24kD No.4915687 Reply
>>4915566
Well then, that should give you an idea of what a decent place for such a protest would have been, huh? At the american embassy and consulates, at american companies, at donald trump golfcourses, at travel agencies for america,
>>4915564
That does not at all refer to anything in the post you're responding to.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:49:22 EST nJkrco7e No.4915688 Reply
>>4915684
The protesters told the police what they were going to do and where ahead of time. They're getting arrested on purpose.
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Eugene Blirringwirk - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:54:57 EST asL8bKG/ No.4915689 Reply
>>4915531
Yeah but that bullshit you just said doesn't apply to you and you know it.
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Malin Åkerman - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 11:08:53 EST /d5DTVLc No.4915698 Reply
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Make shit idle to own the climate change
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Gruntilda - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 12:20:58 EST vrB6YVll No.4915706 Reply
>>4915702

Maybe he’s laughing so hard because he has fond childhood memories of skipping stones at a local river while exchanging knock knock jokes with someone that has that exact name.

>who’s the racist one now, shitballs?
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Daniel Kirkwood - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:45:42 EST BrdrOTeh No.4915756 Reply
in this topic:

Cockfarts defending retarded hipsters protesting one of the most efficient modes of travel (DID YOU KNOW THAT TRAINS CAN COAST FOR MANY MILES?)

Dicktips.
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Steve Buscemi - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:56:32 EST +s1jREfL No.4915757 Reply
>>4915756
I don't think they were protesting the actual train.

They were assholes but you are pretty dumb. We're all dicktips.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 15:56:41 EST nJkrco7e No.4915758 Reply
>>4915756
They're not protesting the train, they're trying to cause disruption to show what will happen when infrastructure breaks down due to climate change if nothing is done. Turns out what happens is violence, very quickly. It's almost as though they have a point or something.
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Cannabus Maximus - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 16:33:27 EST HKNlG3Ai No.4915768 Reply
>>4915758
oh I was hoping they were protesting the train. these locomotives have gotten away with their shit for long enough.
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Nate Diaz - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 16:47:37 EST R2oVdqTY No.4915778 Reply
>>4915768
I was doing laundry in my basement, and I tripped over a metal bar that wasn't there the moment before. I looked down: "Rail? WTF?" and then I saw concrete sleepers underneath and heard the rumbling.

Deafening railroad horn. I dumped my wife's pants, unfolded, and dove behind the water heater. It was a double-stacked Z train, headed east towards the fast single track of the BNSF Emporia Sub (Flint Hills). Majestic as hell: 75 mph, 6 units, distributed power: 4 ES44DC's pulling, and 2 Dash-9's pushing, all in run 8. Whole house smelled like diesel for a couple of hours!

Fact is, there is no way to discern which path a train will take, so you really have to be watchful. If only there were some way of knowing the routes trains travel; maybe some sort of marks on the ground, like twin iron bars running along the paths trains take. You could look for trains when you encounter the iron bars on the ground, and avoid these sorts of collisions. But such a measure would be extremely expensive. And how would one enforce a rule keeping the trains on those paths?
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 16:48:12 EST nJkrco7e No.4915779 Reply
>>4915776
>what will happen ... if nothing is done.
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Grand Nagus Smeet - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:11:45 EST Chr3HTu6 No.4915784 Reply
>>4915375
>The protests associated with MLK are comparable with any other protest by virtue of them both being protests

Yeah and I guess America and Nazi Germany are comparable with each other by virtue of them both being countries. But there's a gulf of difference between the two when we step outside the world of abstraction. I'm not saying that civil disobedience is wrong, I'm saying that it has to be strategic and in service of a well-defined political program for it to be effective. Extinction Rebellion's weird stunts have earned them ire among ordinary people. Their strategy seems limited to "creating awareness" (as if the problem is that the public just doesn't know about climate change) and creating headlines, and that's fine, but toward what end is all this nonsense? Getting in the way of working people and their jobs in a society where work is increasingly precarious and it's increasingly easy to get laid off (e.g., for being late to work) is only going to generate resentment against environmentalism, who appear to be Bohemian elitists (i.e., hipsters) and professional activists. The fact that the mainstream media and entertainment figures seem intent on broadcasting these morons only drives that appearance home for people who distrust the media and entertainment industry.
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Cmdr. Peter Harkins - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:15:57 EST k/+3nlUA No.4915788 Reply
>>4915777
Just don't put your theory into action like a certian uncle did one cold December morn.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:29:21 EST nJkrco7e No.4915797 Reply
>>4915784
There's a lot of ignorance in your post. It's not your fault though. See, the mainstream media are not intent on broadcasting XR. The BBC practically had a media blackout on them the entire past two weeks. All the actions like blocking an airport mainly used by business people, blocking roads outside government infrastructure and corporate headquarters, even blockading the BBC itself - all of that was ignored, almost hushed up. The only thing that did get headlines was when they were violently assaulted by a few of the working class. Obviously you're ignorant of this because they didn't broadcast it, so I do get where you're coming from. But you're constructing your otherwise reasonable opinion on misinformation.
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Cmdr. Peter Harkins - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:32:00 EST k/+3nlUA No.4915800 Reply
>>4915797
They've been on Good Morning Britain pretty often. They even let a Broccoli Man waste 10 minutes of everyone's time.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:36:10 EST nJkrco7e No.4915802 Reply
>>4915800
They didn't "let" him do it, they deliberately brought on someone they could make fun of.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:49:19 EST nJkrco7e No.4915808 Reply
>>4915803
Why would they expect a man dressed as broccoli to have anything meaningful to say? And "leaders of XR"? I've never heard of her, she's just some person. Like I said, you don't know the context and you're allowing yourself to be led by what Piers Morgan of all people wants you to think.
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Cmdr. Peter Harkins - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:54:20 EST k/+3nlUA No.4915809 Reply
>>4915808
I was just pointing out the they are getting media coverage. If a man dressed as a broccoli doesn't have anything to say, then he's a bad representative for the cause. Also just because you've never heard of someone doesn't mean they aren't a prominent member of an organization. You said nothing about me not knowing context or letting Piers Morgan lead what I think. First time you've mentioned it.
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Malcolm Reed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 18:39:00 EST nJkrco7e No.4915820 Reply
>>4915809
> If a man dressed as a broccoli doesn't have anything to say, then he's a bad representative for the cause
Yes, that's why Piers chose to let him on.
>Also just because you've never heard of someone doesn't mean they aren't a prominent member of an organization
There's an exception to this, can you figure it out?
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Isabella Hipperhall - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 19:06:30 EST sYX/24kD No.4915826 Reply
>>4915756
Oh boohoo, poor you, so tragically incapable of picking out anything different among everything that's here, so you swing for some kind of reset switch to contort it into some standardized left-right-pingpong.
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Nicholas Hisslekut - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 21:29:12 EST sYX/24kD No.4915851 Reply
>>4915846
Have you considered that people in such an organization know full well what they're doing and have their reasons? You can't expect them to be 100% in tune with each other no matter what, so why not actually take that into consideration and wonder just how far down that road shit goes?

I mean, even McVeigh ended up looking exceptionally competant after his defence of the Branch Davidians. He was reported as having been strikingly lucid.

You cannot simply judge these things in terms of competance. Having extensively witnesses such people up close, I can tell you that even people praised as "competant" rapidly acknowledge social purpose movements as being jarringly unlike businesses, even as they dream at the top of their lungs of endless blurred lines between businesses and cause-operations.
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Nicholas Hisslekut - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 01:24:55 EST sYX/24kD No.4915918 Reply
>>4915852
Okay, that's just weird. Although you are in principle taking the same kind of thing that I've been saying, of them embracing an MO that includes not knowing much of what they're doing, amounting to one particular form of *washing their hands,* you then end up feeling the need to go completely over the top with it. Of all people, you're applying it to the leaders? That's not how delegation of direction and understanding works. How would the leaders not know what they're buying into, they're the ones selling it!

Saying that they just have no political plans is trusting to the point of being a cop-out. The political situation is quite unstable at this time, and politics is generally a crapshot to begin with, so planning would be particularly unreliable today when they don't know what benefits lie ahead, and guessing would just lead to members getting irate about being stiffed. But, having known leaders who take note of everything unfolding contrary to expectations and screaming out "grow the movement organically!", even such people have plans, of all sort, layers of plans, and more significantly take issue with subpar planning. And even when everything was flopping, there were still things the believers were getting out of it.

I mean, I can understand why you write it off so, it is an effective way to avoid being paranoid like the others on your side in this thread to proclaim, "Meh! They're just bumbling!", but it's still functions the same way as an accessible/easy/handy reduction.
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Lexie Fyfe - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 01:30:41 EST Q19bBrKb No.4915921 Reply
THE RICH HAVE NO NEED FOR MORALITY AND THE POOR CANNOT AFFORD IT
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Jeffrey Jizzstain - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 04:07:30 EST z/QeTKNQ No.4915953 Reply
Anyone else notice a lot fo protests recently but there has been literally no actual signs being held with any real names identifying any of the protests? Like the headlines say who they are and the little captions at the bottom always claim anarchists or leftists or climate rioters but in a world with a literal camera on every conrer none of the groups seem to be posting their own photos to public media and the actual people defining the groups are never identified as being in any journalist circle.


I demand a little bit more proof of something being a riot than some anonymous asshole claiming people in black are for or against any definitive cause. Everyone is so quick to rush to judgement and flip out it disturbs me.

If you are fucking protesting something put it on a fucking sign and define who you are or be defined by the eyes accusing you of being something you are not! And for fucks sakes everyone watching. You will miss a day of work and it will cost you everything. Fuck your bosses who don't pay you enough to miss 3 hours of work because of a protest. If you are beating up protestors you are a bad guy. No matter who you are or they are. Unless that protestor is literally encouraging ethnic cleansing of minorities you can't fucking hit people!!!
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Philippe Rochat - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:23:40 EST 8CvAnZ1r No.4916870 Reply
>>4915325
Projection: the post.
Seriously, get the fuck back to /pol/ with your shit. nb
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Philippe Rochat - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:53:34 EST 8CvAnZ1r No.4916872 Reply
>>4915393
> I never said everyone protesting for the climate is politically correct and upper middle-class.
> I said that each time I have met people similar to those in the video clips, they have all had similar backgrounds. It's called noticing a pattern.
Semantics. It comes down to the same thing.
> There are plenty of normal people who go on marches for the environment. But that's not who we're talking about.
Wait, so there are people who don't fit into the stereotype you've described, but they just don't matter? Get your fucking story straight, Warlord.
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Gandalf - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 20:45:35 EST 5t8L7+2t No.4916961 Reply
>>4915315
It's not bad man. Yeah yeah why expand the concrete jungle. At the other token it takes alot for a city consule to provide public transport. As far as underground subways are concerned. It's definitely a way to provide people in need. Maybe too many are in some fucked hostile type of predicament. Be religious, economical , ECT ECT.
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Bernard Loiseau - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 08:17:11 EST NvDgFZ0Y No.4920623 Reply
>>4915392
Post proof! I had friend once who always referred to people on subways/buses as "human scum", but, damnit, I still need proof!
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Youngster Nathaniel - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 08:19:27 EST RKOZfxbo No.4920624 Reply
>>4916961
>Maybe too many are in some fucked hostile type of predicament.
So, modern city-living in a nutshell? Just rip up the roads and sidewalks, plant some trees and parks, convert skyscrapers and financial institutions into gardens and be done with it
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William Moseley - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 08:42:05 EST h9AkRMSW No.4920628 Reply
>>4916961
Be religious... Economical... ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY!!
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Minsc - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 08:46:13 EST 3lEAX/v6 No.4920631 Reply
Pissing off stressed out lower class commuters right before work with a message they could not care less about. What could go wrong?
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EdwinMurrykit.pak - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 09:06:02 EST nJkrco7e No.4920637 Reply
>>4920631
Why do you assume they don't care, do you think they're stupid?
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Minsc - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 09:12:22 EST 3lEAX/v6 No.4920640 Reply
>>4920637
If you took a poll I bet most of them believe climate change is a Chinese conspiracy.
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The Weedman - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 10:38:50 EST jf+M45j5 No.4920659 Reply
>>4920640

>implying climate change dialog isn't being hijacked by the PLA to sow disorder and destabilize western societies
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Gail Kim - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 11:41:59 EST Sw4EF+pD No.4920671 Reply
>>4920659
Because a major disruption in the supply chain of things like food and consumer goods along with densely populated coastal areas becoming unlivable and the collapse of infrastructure delivering things like electricity and clean water doesn't equate to "destabilization of society" unless chinabot weighs in on the issue.
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Youngster Nathaniel - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 12:28:22 EST RKOZfxbo No.4920681 Reply
>>4920671
We should be doing this all anyway. Look at it like this:

Think of the Earth's ecosystems and human civilization like, the inner workings of a nuclear reactor. Well, the reactor is starting to melt down, some fuckwit named Homo sapiens pressed all the wrong buttons. So, what do you do? You safely run through all the procedures to turn off the reactor (human civilization) to bring it down to a state of neutral energy output/input so you can later come in and build a better design that isn't as flimsy. We basically need to dismantle what we have been doing, because we've been doing it wrong, or out of ignorance at least. So, hyperproductivity rat race culture, the 40 hour work week, money, consumerism, even the way we power things has to go. We need to bring our own civilization into harmony and balance with the planetary system at large, because the planet is not our civilization's, our civilization is the planet's. And if we want to survive we need to reimagine how we do things, drastically. I only say we should willingly do this because it will happen in any case, if the ecosystems collapse most humans will die, along with the wildlife, and the survivors will have to rebuild anyway, and they most assuredly will, and they will do it knowing what their ancestors have brought upon the planet, and they will do better than we have.

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