‘Counter productive!’ Climate extremists create more waste when they attack Murdoch-owned business

The United Kingdom extreme climate activists known as “Extinction Rebellion” videoed themselves attacking the News UK building, owned by media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

The video shows the extremists cracking the glass windows with tools, and spraypainting phrases such as “#TellTheTruth” and “40 degrees – Death” on the building’s facade. Posters were also put up on another side of the building.

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To prove that their vandalism and destruction was righteous, they even posted a video of a guy in a lab coat with the words “I’m a scientist” on it explaining record-breaking temperatures in the UK. Apparently, newspapers are supposed to take “responsibility” for this, and that’s why they’re punishing a billionaire’s building. Because what’s better for the planet than shattered glass and spray paint?

A handful of the extremists were arrested for their activities, which the Extinction Rebellion described as “holding the press to account.”

It would seem their criminal antics didn’t impress everybody, even some of their own peers:

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