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Eco Terrorists Cause Man to Miss His Father’s Funeral

'By doing this, this civil disruption, you don’t raise people to your cause... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A group of destructive climate change activists from the direct action group Just Stop Oil has both ruined incredibly expensive and socially significant works of art from the western tradition and has also taken to the streets to express their displeasure.

Now, they have blocked off a highway forcing a UK man to miss his father’s funeral, the Gateway Pundit reported.

In the past week, the group has scaled cranes in large construction zones, and has also blocked off Britain’s highway M25, causing mass chaos and a crash that injured several people.

One British motorist said that because of the highway blockage, he missed his father’s funeral and will never forgive the group for what they did.

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”By doing this, this civil disruption, you don’t raise people to your cause,” he said.

“You actually alienate yourselves on this. But there’s nothing we could have done. But someone that I don’t know has taken that ability for me to say goodbye to my father away from me. And I actually said a few choice words, as I mentioned, on their Twitter page.”

But, despite his attempts to take action against the group, he recieved no response and no expression of remorse.

“Nothing’s come back saying ‘we’re sorry so terribly sorry for what happened.’ And if they did, I would tell them to stick it where the sun doesn’t shine. Because frankly, there’s nothing that these people can say to make it any better in my eyes.”

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“I will never, ever, forgive these people for what they have done to me,” he added.

British Home Secretary Suella Braverman has called for a police crackdown on the rabid protestors, who have stormed the nation in recent weeks allegedly to raise consciousness for their cause.

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