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Nick Ferrari takes on Extinction Rebellion for digging up garden outside Home Office

Nick Ferrari takes on Extinction Rebellion for digging up garden outside Home Office
I would have thought that

digging

up a

garden

is not necessarily good look for

extinction

rebellion

am I wrong good morning Nate yes you're absolutely right taking a huge holes in our countryside is not the right thing for Britain to be doing when we're supposed to be leading the world of the climate change some of this year the holes that were the government is giving permission for the emissions are staggering we're talking about the more emissions and the entire British economy
nick ferrari takes on extinction rebellion for digging up garden outside home office
for a year for this small action is a metaphor for what the government's going to Britain and Scot to stop right why would you and your colleagues dig up a

garden

because it actually it brings to attention what the government is doing nobody of think tension to the extraordinary destruction that the UK government is undertaking with these coal mines I mean the government just last week so it pulls the world your children live at a coal your colleagues committing potential criminal damage is
OK

digging

a hole of the equivalent of actually

digging

a hole for a fruit tree it's a timely metaphor for the destruction that the UK government is committing no you don't own the land it's not as if you're planting a fruit tree in your back or front

garden

yes it's an action of nonviolent direct action deliberately ok can observe a change into the government criminal damage I'm sorry I appreciate it's going to get before the courts but if it is criminal damage
that's not nonviolent that's causing damage what why do you seek to do that and I know they bring attention to it but yeah I mean if you think that actually

digging

a hole in the ground equipment is really annoying exactly it's actually less important massive coal mines and we've got a problem it doesn't matter what I think it's what the law things and that that's what we live by the roads we don't live by what you think is right or whatever I think is right we
nick ferrari takes on extinction rebellion for digging up garden outside home office
live by laws and those and those protectors those climate protectors understood that action and full knowledge just like the suffragettes just like Mahatma Gandhi they're just a Martin Luther King Day we're taking action to try and brought ention that Britain's in danger myself listen to you

Nick

last week and I I know you've a decent person and I listened to your campaign last week in my heart broke why was that because there's a decent man who cares about Britain yes and
rather than campaigning for the oil companies and the fossil he'll come needs to be brought to court you want the people ringing the alarm to be brought to court no no no respectfully mr. McCarthy I wonder if you listened to it all because if you had this is the enough is enough campaign just to remind my listeners I want you and it's vital you have the right to protest but it has to be orderly protest you do not have the right your rights do not Trump those of people who want to get to
work or indeed to live in parts of the country where you print of course you must protest I would be the first no barricades to keep you the right to protest we're not talking about that what I'm actually trying to bring to your heart neck is that you haven't campaigned for the oil companies and the fossil fuel companies to be brought to court but you have campaigned for us now why are you actually campaigning on the people are destroying Britain and the people are trying to protect
nick ferrari takes on extinction rebellion for digging up garden outside home office
Britain that's my question to you hi okay and here's my response on what people aren't campaigning for are those who need to go to work when you and your identity personally when your colleagues close bridges or close parts of London people lost their job last year people lost their livelihood I want you to be able to protest but it has to be with the degree of order so people can carry on working other people should not lose their jobs University ageing yesterday the action
yesterday blocks no Road it's exact look up the hold equivalent of a fruit tree and you're still complaining about why why why I please make when are you going to bring the oil companies onto this program and I campaign for them to be improv in front of the courts because the damage they're doing I see the people of Britain it's phenomenal I think you and I have talked before about the incredible success that the LGBT community have had with their protests and how they have such
public support they have done that by winning public support you do not you personally your colleagues you do it by confrontation somebody you talk to a six year old gay man actually who actually had my friend murdered in Houma let me finish who has men's were murdered in homophobic crimes and I was on the street protesting and yes I remember being hated by people like you because we were doing protests like this know that we're actually disturbing and disruptive recife because they
never close down Trafalgar Square the LGBT people gay people rioted in in in Stonewall and people attacked us friend still knows what fed the fire that found my freedom these people are the same people as a Stonewall teal and you are doing the same action a single said to the Stonewall gay people in the sixties I urge you to listen to me more regularly I gret grateful for your time I am wholly supporting of the LGBT campaigns I'm wholly supporting of gay rights and I'm wholly supportive
of your right to protest but not to help other people lose their jobs hinder their work Donecker McCarthy thank you for your time you're with

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