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Going to London’s ‘Extinction Rebellion’ movements. The people were lovely and just chatted with you about anything, had a laugh, cooked, done karaoke in Trafalgar square, face painting and allowed people to see what they were doing to alert others in a peaceful manner. I’m glad to say I went and joined in on the activities and am glad to say I’m now part of them. They never forced anything onto you which I found relieving because everything is so forced directly at you.

I’d say the only down part was random people who didn’t even care for the campaign just claimed they were part of it in order to create an excuse for fighting random officers, jumping off bus stops, running into roads and blocking travel despite not supporting the whole reason behind the protest. Just putting a bad reputation out for the rebellion.

But I’m now proud/ happy to say I support them and that I am part of the organisation x

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  • What is the “Extinction Rebellion” never heard of it….

    Anonymous February 15, 2020 2:29 am Reply
    • Bored teenager alert.

      Anonymous February 15, 2020 2:46 am Reply
    • It’s I believe currently based in England- often London- and its a civil non-violent protest for Climate change.

      A bit like the green party but one thing I like about them is they’ll expose lies from politicians to alert the public so they’ll know who they’re voting for x

      Anonymous February 15, 2020 10:36 am Reply
  • Maybe you have to live in England – well I don’t – probably why I don’t understand what the Extinction Rebellion is – has that anything to do with the Coronovirus?

    Anonymous February 15, 2020 8:32 am Reply
    • Basically Extinction Rebellion is like a movement for climate change, creating a better future in a peaceful way. They’re like nice Political hippies really. I live up london and drove past the tents where they were holding it. Gotta admit if I didn’t have to head to my office I would have joined.

      Anonymous February 15, 2020 10:33 am Reply
  • I lived in London for 4 years, people were hostile. If you didn’t like taking drugs or getting drunk every night, it was hard to make friends. The problem I have (and I’m not saying this to boost my ego), is that I am sophisticated. But back then I was working class. You can’t make friends with London sophisticates if you are working classes, so I was lumbered with classless dregs and foreigners who had little care about making long-term friendships because they were only staying in London for a year or so. It would be a different story if I lived there now, I guess.

    Anonymous February 15, 2020 9:20 am Reply
    • Yeah I see what you mean. Personally I think it has changed because whenever London is holding an event random strangers from different classes just get talking and end up going out for a drink, normally ending up in friendships. I mean I come from working class still but do have wealth to support me (but I won’t let people know) and I’ll get talking to a random woman who, by the way she dresses, comes from upper class and they’ll be sweet as anything x

      Anonymous February 15, 2020 10:42 am Reply

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