Climate change protesters have now taken over the main hall of the Natural History Museum In London in their latest stunt of two weeks of demonstrations.
The vast majority of Climate Change protesters, in any country, are Far Left Liberals who are either agnostic or out-and-out atheists, but don’t think for a second that they are not ‘religious’, because they absolutely are. They pray to the Universe, and to the Goddess spirit of the earth otherwise known as Gaia worship. What is Gaia worship? It is repackaged paganism for the New Age in the 21st century, and mixed with feminism and the LGBTQ+P for pedophile movement.
“But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.” 2 Peter 3:10 (KJV)
Astute observers will note that Climate Change used to be called Global Warming, but they had to quickly rebrand themselves when the planet suddenly started cooling at a rapid rate. One of their main evangelists, climate prophet Al Gore, has longed proclaimed the ‘deity of the earth’, and our need to worship ‘her’. Climate Change activists who believe that the ‘earth spirit’ is a goddess who demands worship are all too willing to lay down their lives to protect her. This is what the bible is talking about in the time of Jacob’s trouble where humans refuse to repent of their idolatry as we see here:
“And the rest of the men which were not killed by these plagues yet repented not of the works of their hands, that they should not worship devils, and idols of gold, and silver, and brass, and stone, and of wood: which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk: Neither repented they of their murders, nor of their sorceries, nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts.”Revelation 9:20,21 (KJV)
Now climate change activists stage a ‘DIE IN’ at the Natural History Museum as group threatens to escalate protests by targeting government buildings and businesses
FROM THE DAILY MAIL UK: More than 100 activists lay on the floor of the famous museum this afternoon on a day which was supposed to be a ‘pause’ from their occupation of bridges and important locations in the capital. It came as the leader of the Extinction Rebellion movement has said she is favour of escalating the protests this week.
Dr Gail Bradbrook said businesses and Government buildings could now be targeted by the climate change protests that have caused chaos to London and cost businesses more than £12m in the last seven days.
Police reopened Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge this morning, after the two sites were closed last week due to the arrival of the Extinction Rebellion group.
The protesters were planning to lie low at their base in Marble Arch today, as they move to open ‘political negotiations’ following last week’s actions. But they later appeared laying below the skeleton of a blue whale in the entrance hall to the museum in Kensington. The museum was busy with families enjoying the final day of most schools’ Easter holidays when the group moved in.
One father, who was at the museum with his two young children, said: ‘I just think they are wasting police time. I think it’s ridiculous. They are taking police away from where they should be.’ It came after police announced they have now made more than 1,000 arrests and charged 53 people over the disorder which brought parts of London to a standstill last week.
Speaking ahead of a ‘People’s Assembly’ to decide on what will happen this week, Dr Bradbrook said she would support further mass protests. But she told Mail Online she was not in favour of disrupting next week’s London Marathon – one of the reported targets for the activists.
Dr Bradbrook said:‘ If the energy is still there, then I would be support an escalation of the protests. There will be discussions held from all those involved and a decision will be taken. But escalating what we have achieved is one way forward. We could target business or MPs.
‘I don’t think disrupting the London Marathon is such a good idea, but perhaps we could ask those taking part to acknowledge our movement and wear the Extinction Rebellion symbol.’
Her rallying call for an escalation in tactics will dismay Londoners who have faced a week of disruption as roads were closed and businesses lost trade. Labour Shadow Cabinet member Barry Gardiner spoke to the group from their stage in Marble Arch this afternoon.
But his appearance angered some of the increasingly-fractious group’s hardcore, who said he his party was ‘helping the corporate take over of Britain through Brexit’ that will, they said, ‘reduce environmental regulations’.
Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, 16, also spoke to the crowd. She was met with cheers as she walked on stage and told a crowd of hundreds that humanity was at a crossroads. READ MORE