We brought you some hilarious vignettes of the climate change activists’ efforts to save the planet earlier in the week and now we have some more memorable moments for you.
While we covered the climate strike in London the first time, we’re bringing you some other places as well this time around.
Here’s folks in Sydney, Australia actually burying their heads in the sand:
Activists buried their heads in sand on a Sydney beach while major roads across Australia were blocked, Friday, October 11, as protesters demanded tougher steps against climate change as part of the Extinction Rebellion global movement. (Reuters) pic.twitter.com/JG56hpTYQn
— The Voice of America (@VOANews) October 12, 2019
Really not sure what’s going on here, but it surely looks like it will transform the climate:
I genuinely don’t understand climate activists
— Molly Prince (@mollyfprince) October 10, 2019
This looks like an intelligent thing to do. Not. Prize for the person who can explain this one:
— Sam Cucchiara (@SamCucchiara9) October 9, 2019
Oct-upying police time:
Police in London kettle a giant pink octopus during the Extinction Rebellion climate protest pic.twitter.com/5LOXIEanOz
— The Independent (@Independent) October 9, 2019
Let’s get our dance on and spew more CO2!
Climate protesters in Melbourne, Australia have come up with a new term:
— Joshua Potash 🆘 (@JoshuaPotash) October 11, 2019
Guest celebrity Jane Fonda. She’s been a “climate scientist” for decades, don’t you know?
Saying she's been inspired by Greta Thunberg, Jane Fonda tells @ABC she's going to hold a weekly protest in DC on climate change: "I'm moving here. I'm going to be here through Thanksgiving, and Christmas, sleep, rain, whatever it is."
— ABC News (@ABC) October 11, 2019
She’ll be appearing in this show for four months. Then what? What happens at the end of the four months when the world is still here? Jane is out of D.C. in a flash.
Never block a guy trying to get to his burger:
Climate change activists (try to) block a very large man from getting himself a burger.
Action meet consequence. They didn't want the smoke.pic.twitter.com/iZSPdmeRN7
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) October 8, 2019
— Marcus Boo 🎃👻🎃 (@AStrongerOZ) October 12, 2019
— Nine News Melbourne (@9NewsMelb) October 12, 2019
Yes, let’s ignore the result of the “climate change election” we’ve just had and allow a pack of troubled imbeciles & triggered school kids to dictate public policy. What could go wrong? pic.twitter.com/Df1t5zUy5J
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) October 8, 2019
So what did they achieve, after all that? That’s the part that’s not so hilarious. Hundreds of thousands of dollars expended by each of the various governments to deal with the protests, money that now can’t go to improving the environment or anything else, example, Australia:
— 7NEWS Melbourne (@7NewsMelbourne) October 13, 2019
More CO2 footprint as a result.
Due to #ExtinctionRebelion I have missed my train from #London and now need to fly to Brussels.
Their incompetence is making climate change to happen quicker due to them disrupting everyone’s travel! pic.twitter.com/v3jywAxftv
— Owen Reed (@OwenReed_) October 13, 2019
These two crazy guys even held up planes, and had to get taken off. Not a cult, not a cult…
Climate change protester climbs on top of British Airways plane, forces flight delay pic.twitter.com/6FFIkGdwgW
— News (@News53198949) October 11, 2019
— 1 NEWS (@1NewsNZ) October 10, 2019
Police and emergency services deployed to deal with protests can’t take care of other things, as these folks observe in their critiques against London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Extinction Rebellion, your point has been made.
There is a climate emergency, but we also have a crime emergency. You can't distract the police any further while we have had 2 fatal stabbings.
If Sadiq Khan is too busy hiding under his desk to tell you that, then I will. pic.twitter.com/qtNYVHcfeW
— Shaun Bailey (@ShaunBaileyUK) October 11, 2019
What do these #ExtinctionRebellion protests do to stop climate change? Absolutely nothing. Instead, their festival on our streets is preventing the police from tackling London's VIOLENT CRIME EMERGENCY! Luckily our Mayor is on the scene to stop it… oh wait. pic.twitter.com/ZatkiYioxN
— Susan Hall AM (@Councillorsuzie) October 9, 2019
But hey, just remember, it’s an emergency and they’re saving the planet.