NewsHub reports Lucy Clueless … er … Lawless, of Xena and Battlestar Galactica fame, has decided to join Greenpeace in their campaign to protest oil exploration and drilling conducted by the Norwegian company Statoil in the Barents Sea off the coasts of Norway and Russia.
Lawless sees it as her duty to try to put a stop to the dangerous search for new oil because she attributes fossil fuel use to human-induced climate change. Never mind, of course, that fossil fuels make it possible for people in industrialized countries to have all of the luxuries and conveniences we enjoy.
The protest follows on the heels of Greenpeace’s at-sea protests against Statoil in New Zealand where Lawless hails from. Greenpeace head and former News Zealand parliament member Russel Norman was among three others who put themselves in the water in front of the Amazon Warrior off the Wairarapa coast in April in which all three activists were charged with breaking the Crown Minerals Act.
This isn’t the first time Clueless … Er … Lawless has teamed up with Greenpeace. Back in 2012 she and other activists were arrested for trespassing on an oil drilling ship in New Zealand in an attempt to prevent it from leaving. When her latest publicity stunt is over, the Greenpeace activists and wealthy, liberal actress Lucy Lawless who condemn oil exploration and Norway’s government for permitting the activity will go back to their nice, comfortable homes and all of her comfy, cozy luxuries that come with it.
This while people in Norway suffer high energy bills because rich liberals like Lawless and Greenpeace opposed the exploration and extraction of fossil fuels that allows people (like Thompson and her environmentalist elite friends) to have their lifestyles. It is a lot easier to oppose energy production and productivity when you have a lot of money and think you can tell other people how to live.
Below is a Shell commercial she appeared in playing a gas station attendant before becoming famous. Back then she probably had to pay the bills somehow.