The Swedish activist comes amid police action at Waterloo Bridgeto state that they will never stop fighting, which is why governments will not be able ignore the crisis, according the teenage climate protester, in a speech where she took aim at beautiful words of humanity. The teenage activist, Greta Thunberg, was greeted with chants as she took the stage at the rally in London, but more than 950 people were arrested and 40 people were charged, while the Swedish teenager who inspired an international movement told the crowd that protesters will never stop fighting. She comes from Sweden and said that nothing is being done to stop an existential crisis and ecological crisis as they have been ignored for decades, and for too long the people in power have gotten away it, in a speech came amid efforts to clear protesters.
Climate campaigners and activists have been stopping traffic across London, periodically forming human blockades in the capital’s financial hub and halting before allowing vehicles to pass, bringing it thus to a standstill outside Goldman Sachs by laying on the floor and blocking 30 buses. The London mayor said the disruption stretching resources so it could damage the ability to evict them as last week, there was a disruption of civil disobedience. Hearts will not be won with guerrilla gardening and the Extinction Rebellion bridge protest is likely to push away members as they have been blocking bridges and locked themselves to Lorries.
The Met Police said people have been charged for offences including obstructing a highway, but Extinction Rebellion said it hoped to negotiate over continuing its demonstrations and the organizers said there would be an assembly to decide what will happen at the scene. Other groups targeted Bank station near Rothschild & Co, and one protester held up a sign as about 40 people blocked Upper Thames Street, demonstrating around the Bank of England, causing disruption, and having engaging conversations to increase awareness. On the face of it, they have disrupted major cities and built bonds of solidarity, but are they building a more sustainable world?
The chance to hear from a celebrity saw the numbers swell and the crowd was bolstered and their banners filled the air during the two-day journey by train, as she got a huge cheer after her speech which was sweet, but urged the listeners to keep going if they wanted a difference. The environmental group chose to end its campaign following actions that led to being arrested and police officers deployed for more than a week, as the activists glued themselves to London Stock Exchange wearing signs saying “Tell the truth” and simultaneously, others climbed on top of a train holding signs with reference to our role in our collective suicide. Climate activists have been unable to connect with the public as the rebels have injected a sense of emotion into the issue, because creating long-lasting change requires reaching out for a wider base of supporters who might talk about the natural environment.