In another tweet, which shows some of the climate protesters glued to the floor around one of the cars in the showroom, it was stated that not only were the activists not provided with bathroom bowls, but they added that the heat had been turned off.
Together with 15 other members of @ScientistRebel1 I have occupied the Porsche pavillion at @Autostadt, 9 of us glued to the floor and some of us on hunger strike until our demands to decarbonise the German transport sector are met👉 https://t.co/Y5uo5IicXb @ClimateHuman pic.twitter.com/SUxUy5Q5uq— gianluca grimalda (@GGrimalda) October 19, 2022
The activist group also bragged that members glued climate change-related scientific papers all over the showroom, including on what appear to likely be very expensive new vehicles. Vincent van Gogh painting at the National Gallery in London, Fox News reported. Two climate protesters, representing a group called Just Stop Oil, tossed two cans of tomato soup on Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” painting. The two were arrested by London Metropolitan Police “on suspicion of criminal damage and aggravated trespass.”
.@VW told us that they supported our right to protest, but they refused our request to provide us with a bowl to urinate and defecate in a decent manner while we are glued, and have turned off the heating. People in support can’t get out of the building. 2/ pic.twitter.com/YZuuiww5Q4— gianluca grimalda (@GGrimalda) October 19, 2022
Some believe that negative press is better than no press, but what these nutjob climate activists have done — trying to destroy classic works of art and disrupting regular business by gluing themselves to the floor, among other disruptive events — only garners embarrassment and intense backlash, which greatly diminishes their cause. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ painting was vandalized with tomato soup by two anti-fossil fuel protestors in London.The protestors then glued themselves to the wall beneath the painting. As for damages, authorities say the painting is “unharmed.” pic.twitter.com/jqDNS939EB — Pop Crave (@PopCrave) October 14, 2022