Climate Change

The only way to truly stop climate change is to block traffic and protest on busy highways

Why we should ALL follow the example lead by Extinction Rebellion

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When it comes to protesting the climate, few know how to do it more effectively than Extinction Rebellion, a climate change activist group aimed at protesting plastic straws.

As we all know, the unbalanced carbon output from human activity is exclusively an American problem and the moment Trump gets impeached and replaced with Bernie Sanders, the existential threat of our collapsing ecosystem will vanish overnight.

READ: AOC Town Hall Discussion: eating babies to fight climate change

READ: Hurricane Dorian is directly caused by Trump’s racist and misogynistic climate denial policies

Therefore the only way to truly stick it to the corrupt politicians and billionaires in power is to protest on busy highways blocking traffic – because as we all know, corrupt politicians and billionaires are the ones we’d really be pissing off by doing that.

That’s why NPC Daily supports the efforts of Extinction Rebellion and their stunningly brave protests on highways during busy hours of the day. Nothing will clean up our atmosphere faster than making innocent people late for work by hundreds of cars idle while the brave protesters make the world a better place.

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