Climate Alarmists FAIL to Garner Support in Melbourne

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Avi Yemini hits the streets of Melbourne as Extinction Rebellion protesters attempt to shut down city in the name of science.

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Rod Evans
May 30, 2023 2:36 am

The loons have not quite recovered their native support down in Melbourne following their famous Green New Deal demo back in 2019 that closed the trams ended up with a mass get together outside the parliament building of Victoria where they raised their arms to the sky and chanted “Seek Higher, Seek Higher, Seek Higher”….through the distorted loud hailers they used, the chant had a very different sound and a disturbingly frightening overtone.
The fact the rally focused on the youth and the children plus teachers added to the overall disturbing impact.
The Australian culture may be laid back but they are not slow to recognise fraudsters, even though the political fraudsters don’t notice they have been found out.

Richard Page
Reply to  Rod Evans
May 30, 2023 5:15 am

The mask slipped in 2019.

May 30, 2023 3:11 am

In London we need no reminders of just how sad and utterly vacant climate protesters are. We see it all the time. On balance I’d say the Aussie XRs are more tight lipped that the British faction. Not even a mantra was uttered.

“”So what we have here is the comfortably off classes – those with sufficient free time to glue themselves to roads on a Wednesday mid-morning – forcing their weird hangups on everyone else. Time and again, when they are criticised for making people’s lives a misery, they offer only patronising lectures. ‘We’re so sorry that we have to disrupt the lives of ordinary people’, said Just Stop Oil’s Eben Lazarus (I know) to Vice last year, but ‘hopefully people will see, further down the line, that the disruption we’re causing is microscopic compared to the disruption that we’re going to face because of the climate crisis’. Translation: we know better, you cretins.””

Down under they don’t even bother with the lectures. Do they use telepathy?

Reply to  strativarius
May 30, 2023 4:41 am

They sure like to use petroleum derived products, from their shoes, to vests, to signs and tents.

Reply to  Scissor
May 30, 2023 5:10 am

North Face refused to fill an order for jackets to a Texas oil and gas company because they didn’t want their brand to be associated with the fossil fuel industry, then they won an award for making clothing with the very natural resources they decried.”

Reply to  strativarius
May 30, 2023 9:35 am

North Face has gotten into the “pride” market.

Reply to  strativarius
May 30, 2023 10:09 am

The oil industry should identify as gay.

Richard Page
Reply to  Scissor
May 30, 2023 3:45 pm

Well, considering some oil companies are also into renewables, perhaps ‘bi’ would be a better fit!

Reply to  Richard Page
May 30, 2023 6:15 pm

You’re right. They seem to like to take it in the…

Reply to  Scissor
May 31, 2023 7:34 am

The oil industry should identify as a non-fossil source of energy.

May 30, 2023 3:37 am

maybe they shoulda tried a sausage sizzle…??bunnings do very well
oh no, probably not
itd be meatless muck and have to be cooked over some sticks or a candle.
must go see how much the tshirts are from the rebel crew

Reply to  ozspeaksup
May 30, 2023 3:43 am

A sausage sizzle won’t save them

“Has the vegan bubble burst? Sales stagnate in UK as brands withdraw plant-based products
Oatly, Nestlé and Innocent Drinks are among those pulling products from shelves as figures show even Veganuary backfired”

They’ve hit max veg.

Peta of Newark
Reply to  strativarius
May 30, 2023 5:01 am

quote:”Co-founder Jamie Keeble said shoppers were “not there yet” when it came to buying its vegan products.
The company will now make just two plant-based varieties – chipolatas and burgers – down from its original range of 10.

Reply to  Peta of Newark
May 30, 2023 5:10 am

I doubt they will ever get there, Peta.

Reply to  Peta of Newark
May 31, 2023 7:36 am

Meat should identify as plant-based. After all, cattle eat grass.

Reply to  strativarius
May 30, 2023 8:28 am

Methinks the push for eating bugs was a bridge too far.

Reply to  Neo
May 30, 2023 4:20 pm


They demanded we eat bugs and stop eating meat.
Of course, Activists wailed and wildly gesticulated as they adamantly insisted we perform as they state.

May 30, 2023 4:12 am

Shock , Horror: protest movement staging protest gathering and demonstration actively refuses to engage with a media outlet. Great way to “get the message across”, excepting that the critical thinkers get the message, just not the one these loons intended.

Is this the Carbon Monoxide of no public engagement, the antithesis of publicity? Is their message so strong, so watertight, they do not have to speak? If these, none engaging, participants think they are intellectually superior to the rest of us proles, I cannot wait to see their thickest colleagues – should be a hoot?

Dot to dot Book one of how – not – to influence ( thinking ) public opinion – but, hey, its freedom of speech so has to be thought of, with apologies to S&Y, “A Good Thing” in the sweep of history.

May Contain Traces of Seafood
May 30, 2023 5:31 am

For those playing at home, based on election results Melbourne is the home of Green Woke in Australia.

Remember in Australia it is compulsory to take part in elections. Technically they can’t force you to vote, but you do have to get your name crossed off the list. Hence elections are a sample of about 95% or so of the populations political moods and in Melbourne there is an extremely strong ‘Green’ vote relative to the rest of the nation.

So if a green protest in Melbourne can’t get significant public support it either shows that Green voters are all ballot and no balls, or the topic is too munted even for them.

Not that our Net Zero Overlords would agree with that opinion.

Richard Page
Reply to  May Contain Traces of Seafood
May 30, 2023 10:03 am

Extinction Rebellion is ‘Green in name only’ – they are anarchists that see society as inherently bad and want to tear it all down but without having the slightest idea what they would replace it with.

Richard Page
Reply to  Richard Page
May 30, 2023 3:48 pm

Ha – think I may have coined a new term for XR; we’ll call them GINA’s – Green In Name Alone! How very woke and Trans-friendly!

Reply to  May Contain Traces of Seafood
May 30, 2023 10:04 pm

The outcome of elections in Victoria (and Australia) is largely determined by our highly flawed and gameable preferential voting system. To understand how a tyrant like Dan Andrews got
“re-elected” after the harshest lockdowns in the world, you need to know who Glenn Druery (aka the preference whisperer) is. He was instrumental in getting Andrews back in, including going to the extent of creating fake anti-Andrews political parties (such as the Sack Dan Andrews Party) to draw the votes of dissenters away from legitimate opposition parties and pass the preferences to Andrews. Druery was also captured on a video call boasting about effectively selling seats in the Victorian parliament for $50k, and that he would do ANYTHING to ensure that Andrews got back in.

The mandatory voting doesn’t really help. A significant portion of the population are so ill-informed about politics that they are easy prey to propagandists. Governments have effectively bought votes for years with the promise of more and more “free” stuff, and gullible people have lapped it up.

The inner city virtue signaling Green voters will only support the insane policies of the Green party until they effect them, and only so far as they don’t actually have to do anything. As long as they can still drive around in their Mercedes or Porsche SUVs and go for brunch at an exorbitantly expensive cafe, they have little knowledge or care what happens to the unwashed masses. They are hypocrites, NPCs and useful idiots for the most part, clamoring to be seen to be supporting whatever the latest thing is.

Peta of Newark
May 30, 2023 5:51 am

This one’s maybe a little on the topic-tenuous-side but it’s totally to do with ‘extinction’

Especially my pet & constant rave = soil erosion and what it represents = the extinction of soil bacteria.
And us when the job is completed.

Introducing: Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster. (see link below)
RIP and buried in Gower, Missouri in 2019

For whatever reason, ‘someone’ saw fit for her not to RIP and dug her up.
And there she was, where they expected alright BUT: Fresh as a Daisy

OK, there are 2 significant possibilities:
1/ She died of Arsenic poisoning.
That’s what Arsenic does and the technique was used to diagnose ‘mysterious deaths’ in days-of-yore.
People who’d been poisoned with Arsenic (husbands, lovers, rivals) didn’t show any obvious symptoms BUT: simply didn’t decompose when buried.

2/ The ground she was buried in is now so eroded, dry and dead that there are no bacteria, fungi nor critters down there to ‘consume’ her.
Sister Wilhelmina was preserved via dessication – she dried out and became, as per Egyptian Mummies, perfectly preserved.
‘cept the Egyptians used (Dead Sea) salt to dry out their corpses.

It’s also what happened when an unscrupulous Chilean Government had the less than bright idea of disposing of its rivals by dumping their bodies on the Atacama.
Still there intact and perfect 20 & 30 years later

How long before ‘Non Decomposing Corpses’ (NDCs) is blamed on Climate Change.

It will be but as usual, Cause and Effect are mangled
NDCs and CC don’t cause either or both of each other – they are twin & parallel manifestations of an actual extinction = The Extinction of Dirt

I call Sister Wilhelmina as my first witness.
Who might The Rebels call as their witness, esp as we’re all gonna be extinct.

Reply to  Peta of Newark
May 30, 2023 6:45 am

Is this the birth of ‘soil rebellion’?

The Extinction of Dirt”

Not in SW1A 1AA. That’s never going to happen!

Reply to  Peta of Newark
May 31, 2023 7:51 am

Her body was exhumed in April to make way for the addition of a St. Joseph shrine, according to a statement from the religious order.

The local diocese said it will investigate, but warned that Lancaster’s remains should not be venerated or treated as relics in the meantime.

Rebecca George, an anthropology instructor at Western Carolina University in North Carolina, said the body’s lack of decomposition might not be as rare as people are expecting.
George said the ‘mummification’ of un-embalmed bodies is common at the university’s facility and the bodies could stay preserved for many years, if allowed to.
Coffins and clothing also help to preserve bodies, she said.
‘Typically, when we bury people, we don´t exhume them. We don´t get to look at them a couple years out,’ George said. ‘With 100 years, there might be nothing left. But when you’ve got just a few years out, this is not unexpected.’

May 30, 2023 6:44 am

Instead, he should have been asking them if they know where that tent came from. Hint…that’s not made of wool.

May 30, 2023 7:49 am

Maeve from Chum Creek isn’t happy either-
A wilderness of smoke and mirrors: why there is no climate hope (
Not enough weather depressive chums it seems.

May 30, 2023 2:38 pm

What do all countries have in common when discussing global warming causing climate change? They are all 100% blind and our visible spectrum can’t see heat until it is red hot.

Keeping temperature very simple is hot excited energy always transfers energy to cold.
Buildings are an engineered product and white washed buildings as an example reflect solar radiation that burns skin.

Sit on a shingled roof on a hot day with an ambulance on standby, the burns will get you a ride to the hospital. That is why we shade buildings or use an low e finish on the exterior.
Do you have A/C or air conditioning at home or office? AC is in fact “refrigeration” responding to heat symptoms. Take a look at the spec plate for your A/C and multiply the volts times amps. That is how many watts the AC uses every hour. My A/C uses 3450 watts per hour and uses the equivalent of 34 – 100 watt light bulbs(every hour). It is all waste.

We imaged buildings in 7 Canadian provinces and 26 U.S. states specific to solar radiation, energy waste, associated mold and health. Canadian buildings as an example superheated the atmosphere in the winter.

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May 30, 2023 3:22 pm

Thanks Charles, that was excellent. Avi is great and the covid masks say it all – as the lack of a single ‘protestor’ defending his position and the minder running around putting his hand between his minion and the microphone.

May 30, 2023 4:08 pm

From the article:

However, the protesters remained steadfast, continuing to disrupt the city, while largely being disregarded by its residents.”

Don’t make eye contact.
Don’t make eye contact…

June 1, 2023 10:30 am

The Australians need to form a group known as the, “ball bad boys.” The ball bad boys sweep in with these crazy people lay down in the street to block traffic, or to impose their wheel on others. The ball bad boys come in swinging their bat, They then drag the protesters to the side of the road and tell them that if they come back next time, there won’t be a next time. It is time to people fight back with positive violence.

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