Members of Green New Deal Rising have posted a video on social media showing them shouting at the Minister of Business and Energy over rising energy prices.
One of the protesters in the footage is shouting. “Millions of people choose to warm up and eat.” People can not feed their children.
“We want to live on a planet that people care about,” when one person responds: “Will you come out?”
Another eco-warrior continues. “And while millions are struggling to survive because of rising energy costs, Shell has just announced a record ոթ 7 billion profit.
“By blocking the unexpected tax, Kwasi …”
Eco-protesters ambushed Kwasi Quarteng’s business lunch on Friday, just a week after they interrupted Priti Patel’s speech at a Tory dinner.
In response to the video, Mr. Quarteng wrote in tweets: “Shout as loudly as you want, but I’m not going to jeopardize Britain ‘s energy security by cutting off oil and gas production.”
The video then cuts to a woman, saying: “You yourself said that the new oil and gas will not affect prices. The best way to reduce bills is to be energy efficient. ”
The man is crying. “How can you think this is a good deal? It’s a good idea to defend the slippery slope when millions of people can not afford to pay their bills.”
The last woman approaches Mr. Quarteng and says: “Kwasi, you are lying to the British public. You are trying to make us believe that we will be safe by drilling new oil and gas.
“But in reality you are trapping us in an inaccessible energy system, you are destroying our future. “The climate crisis will destroy our future.”
BP recorded its highest annual profit in eight years in February, announcing more dividends for shareholders, while Shell boasted a “huge” profit of 12 billion pounds.
In response to the video, Mr. Quarteng wrote in tweets: “Shout, shout as you wish, but I’m not going to jeopardize Britain ‘s energy security by cutting off oil and gas domestic production.
“We will need oil and gas in the coming decades. “Either we need more from the North Sea or we import more from abroad.”
One of the protesters in the footage is shouting. “Millions of people choose to warm up and eat.” “People can not feed their children”
Green New Deal Rising attached to the video wrote on Twitter: “Because of the energy crisis, millions of people are choosing between heating and eating.”
Green New Deal Rising attached to the video wrote on Twitter: “Because of the energy crisis, millions of people are choosing to ‘eat’ for heating.
“Today with @ StopCambo we disrupted @ KwasiKwarteng’s working lunch to send a clear message.
“We need an unexpected tax, huge investments in energy efficiency, renewable sources, no new oil or gas.
“As society struggles to survive, @ Shell_UKLtd has just announced a record 7 7 billion profit.
“By blocking the unexpected tax on oil and gas companies and allowing the Jackdaw oil field to move forward, @ KwasiKwarteng puts Shell profits ahead of people’s lives.”
Last week, the ambush of Priti Patel included a high school girl who became a vegan “ethical influencer,” a de-colonial activist, and a union activist.
A group of six people, including one cameraman who posed as a young Thorian 40 40’s event, was filmed interrupting the interior minister’s speech, demanding that he end Rwanda’s controversial immigration policy.
They even took a selfie with the Cabinet Minister before carrying out their highly planned plot in Bassetlaw. Conservatives Spring dinner.
One of the disruptors of the event, Ben Mitchell, wrote on Twitter a photo of himself taken with Mrs. Patel while he was having fun on Twitter. “Nice to meet you last night @pritipatel. You even thanked us for climbing just for you … you are so kind.
“We hope you now know that young people will not remain silent as long as you authorize these racist and inhumane programs.”
The other protesters were Fiona Cackett, a former high school student with a profile on the Ethical Influencers website.
A vegan alumnus from the University of Leeds who studied robotics has previously targeted politicians, including Oliver Dowden on the streets of Blackpool in March this year, and Theresa Coffin, a Thor MP in September last year.
Eco-warrior Ben Mitchell (long fight) takes a selfie with another protester from Pretty Patel, posing as a torah at a local Conservative dinner.
When the second demonstrator comes out, Fiona Cackett (pictured) stands up and describes the policy as “cruel” before they start chanting. “Out, out, out.”
Holly Hudson was believed to be among the protesters at the Pretty Patel dinner
Cockett is due to stand trial in June for allegedly aggravating a breach at the Amazon Warehouse in Darlington’s Symmetry Park following a protest last November. At an earlier hearing, they pleaded not guilty.
Holly Hudson, a leading member of the team, is a graduate of the prestigious SOAS University, where she specialized in colonial and anti-cancer movements in Britain.
He is also part of the “We Smell Gas” group, a team of “de-colonial activists” and artists based throughout Europe.
The demonstrators, including union activist Laura Ho, took to social media to mock Ms. Patel, while others revealed that they were protesting.
Mrs. Hudson wrote: “@PritiPatel, I և other @GNDRising activists interrupted your dinner to condemn your violent, racist #RwandaMigration Plan. Safe haven is a human right. “Refugees are welcome here.”
Cockett said. “The Patriotic Rwanda Program, like the Nationality Boundaries Act, is inhumane. We will stand against these cruel programs at every opportunity. ”
Bassettlaw Conservative MP Brendan Clark-Smith told MailOnline: “In fairness, they spent a fortune on the tickets, even buying them for the raffle, probably not to inflate their T-shirt.
One of the protesters was trade union activist Laura Ho
In the video, it seems that Ben Mitchell describes Mrs. Patel’s policy as “racist” and “problematic” moments after taking a selfie for her.
“Thus, they were, in fact, financially supporting the very people they were campaigning against.”
In a video released by Green New Deal Rising, Ms. Patel is wearing a pink dress as she approaches the podium to give her speech.
He manages to say. “Good evening everyone, I really want to start …” as the female protester suddenly gets up from her chair.
He shouts to the stage. “Prit Patel, your racist policy is killing people.
“Your plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda are inhumane, they are inhumane, they are going to ruin people’s lives.”
Then the protesters are accompanied by security guards, but then another woman is getting up from a chair and continues to complain, saying that young people are being disgusted with the controversial migration policy.
When he was taken out, another demonstrator stood up and described the policy as “cruel” before they all started chanting. “Out, out, out.”