German authorities arrested the two ecological terrorists at the Barberini Museum in Brandenburg, a state in northeastern Germany, on Sunday. Police charged them with criminal damage and aggravated trespassing, the Citizen Free Press reported.
“People are starving, people are freezing, people are dying,” a female terrorist said while she glued herself to a wall.
After attacking the painting, called Grainstack, the male and female terrorists glued their hands to the wall to prevent police from quickly ending their sit-in.
The terrorists belong to an environmental extremist group, Last Generation, that indoctrinates young people into the belief that the world will end in about seven years unless they overturn the current economic and political order.
The apocalyptic cult instills young people with the fear that they are the “last generation that has the ability to stop the climate crisis.”
“You know what I’m afraid of? I’m afraid because science tells us that we won’t be able to feed our families in 2050,” a terrorist said in German, according to The Guardian’s translation. “Does it take mashed potatoes on a painting to make you listen? This painting is not going to be worth anything if we have to fight over food.”
Thankfully the German museum protected Monet’s painting with a glass barrier, and an “immediate conservation investigation” found that it could be restored and returned to the display area by Wednesday.
This is the second environmental terrorist attack in two weeks.
Indoctrinated climate terrorists on Oct. 14 threw tomato soup on Vincent van Gough’s “Sunflowers” painting at the National Gallery in London.
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