Climate Activists Held Another Protest In the UK...and It Got Weird

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If climate protesters are to be believed, the world will be saved from the perils of man-made global warming if we all take to the streets...and dance.

New videos circulating on social media shows climate alarmists in the U.K. losing their ever-loving minds in the middle of London's Trafalgar Square, ostensibly to save the planet. And suffice it to say, it got weird. 

Super weird.

Observe:


Oh, and it only got worse.

Some people brought a giant pink octopus...


...while others re-enacted what looks to be a scene from the Walking Dead.


Some other weird people dressed up as…actually, I’m not sure what this is, but here:


Some rejects from the group "Stomp" showed up:


One guy burst into (incredibly fake) tears while clutching a photo of his two children after chaining himself to a car.

While it's not entirely clear how any of this will save us all from imminent doom, it does make one thing resoundingly obvious: "climate protests" seem to be mostly about the "protest," and don't have a lot to do with the climate at all.

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