UK Greenpeace Invaders Provoke Tory MP

The UK media and social media companies are lit up from the latest outrage thanks to Greenpeace. According to ITV News, 40 climate change hoodlums – wearing suits, red dresses and sashes with climate emergency written on them – entered Mansion House in London on Thursday night where Chancellor of the Exchquer Phillip Hammond was…

Is fracking compatible with a fossil-free future?

Fracking is unpopular in England. During October of last year, three anti-fracking terrorists were released from prison to cheering crowds despite the fact that they clearly trespassed and disrupted an industrial operation. Former UK fracking czar Natascha Engle joined IEA’s Digital Manager Darren Grimes to discuss the outright lies the environmentalist movement is using to…

“Red Hen” Restaurant Takes a Victory Lap … or Do They?

Remember the Red Hen restaurant? It’s the establishment whose owner (Stephanie Wilkinson) kicked out Trump Administration Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and her family a year ago this month. After asking Sanders to leave, Wilkinson reportedly stalked Sarah’s family to the restaurant they decided to eat and staged a protest. Oddly enough, last month mainstream media…

Green voters are à la carte environmentalists

We’ll see if the party’s mainly middle-class, affluent supporters will sacrifice their SUVs and air travel to save the planet DAVID QUINN June 2 2019, 12:01am, The Sunday Times The Green Party vote in the local and European elections was one of the most overhyped yet. The real story of the election was the huge…

Animal “Rights” Hoodlums Harass Customers at UK Restaurant

BySean Doherty 12:13, 26 MAY 2019 – KentLive Animal rights activists stormed a Nando’s in protest against “unnecessary abuse” inflicted on chickens. The protestors who raise awareness under the Occupy Nando’s movement, entered the branch in Westwood Cross, Thanet, last night (May 25). They claim the animals face abuse at the hands of farm workers…

London Police Want to Charge 1100+ Extinction Rebellion Protesters

Date: 25/05/19 – Evening Standard Scotland Yard wants to charge more than 1,100 people who were arrested during last month’s Extinction Rebellion protests, a senior office has said. More than 70 activists have so far been charged in connection with the demonstrations that brought parts of London to a standstill for 10 days. The group’s…