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Just Stop Oil: the locusts of politics

7 November 2023

2:25 AM

7 November 2023

2:25 AM

Swarms of attention-seeking activists with nothing to contribute to the world except grandstanding, vandalism, and inconvenience are back to their usual tricks.

With the whole of London on edge, terrified that pro-Hamas rallies will damage the Cenotaph during their promised million-strong hate march on Armistice Day, Just Stop Oil thought yep, let’s congregate near the Cenotaph when everyone’s emotions are high.

It’s not only madness, it’s extremely selfish behaviour.

Just Stop Oil released a statement insisting the whole Cenotaph thing was just a coincidence.

‘The slow march was moving down Whitehall when it was stopped by a line of police near the Cenotaph.

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