Detraining Day

The white climate elitist kicks the black worker in the head from on high. Symbolically perfect.

Report: Extinction Rebellion activist dragged from roof of London Underground train.

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48 Responses to Detraining Day

  1. Nob

    BBC revealed itself by interviewing XR spokespeople afterwards and not any of the commuters.

  2. billie

    I’m waiting for the climate crazies to start killing themselves, to get attention

    it’s a possibility I reckon, since some of these folks are clearly not quite the full biscuit

    it makes people begin to see that all the environment activists are a bit unhinged and utterly intollerent

    whoever is putting people up to this wouldn;t even need much substance as to why they ant them to do this

  3. Rafe Champion

    Early days in the people’s revolt against the climate loonies.

  4. Yet these idiots keep believing that crap like this is going to get them mainstream support. That’s always the problem with the Left, they can’t help but take things to the extremes and thus alienate themselves from those they want to convert. I guess that’s ever the way of the insane and mentally unstable.

  5. Mother Lode

    The restraint of ordinary people and their preference for order over anarchy is the only thing that people like Excreta Repiling get to do their antics at all. XE aren’t brave: they (consciously or not) rely upon the indulgence of others.

    If the truly lived in a world as lawless as that to which they feel personally entitled they would not make it to lunchtime. They would end up as numbers of red-brown shoe prints leading away from a large red-brown smear on the footpath.

  6. Cassie of Sydney

    Very, very heartening to watch. It kind of gives me hope. As Brendan O’Neill has said, these XR protesters are mainly white, middle to upper middle class, spoilt, indulged and unhinged marxist vermin.

  7. Blair

    “Although we are pushing for disruption and civil disobedience, we are still learning how to do this in a way that does not result in violence, and that does not discriminate against hard-working individuals”
    Might take a very long time, if ever.

  8. mh

    The guy on the right is thinking ‘How dare you!’

  9. …we are still learning…

    Doing the same thing over and over again, hoping for a different result.

  10. bespoke

    Shads of 1920’s Germany let hope a nutter promising “law order doesn’t” get in this time.

  11. The truly amazing thing was that these buffoons didn’t get the shit kicked out of ’em once they were brought to ground.
    Amazing restraint by the angry commuters.
    Kudos.

  12. calli

    Great Blairesque caption, C.L. 😁

    Noodle armed, be-ponytailed betas mobbed by burly bovver boys. Except the boys are trying to get to work and are ready and raring for a fight.

    These man-bunned gluebacks are the front line troops of an army run by fat mouthed (and more often than not, fat bummed) lezzos and grannies. And lezzo grannies. All hoping the emasculated police will protect them against the wrath of ordinary people.

    As for brownshirts? I don’t see a comparison with Weimar. Insufficient testosterone.

  13. Great Blairesque caption,

    Yes, it reminds me of that Greens invasion of the International Petroleum Exchange trading floor in London in the UK in 2005 where the traders took offence and beat the crap out of the Greens. And when the last one was thrown out the door, they responded with ‘Sod off Swampy’.

  14. notafan

    Lol the public school types think the working classes will still tug their forelocks and say certainly sir when they stamp their little footsies.

  15. notafan

    That train platform is no doubt packed solid every day.

    Any delay would be a nightmare, last I was in London trains were always sardine like.

    Very multi cultural commuters.

    I don’t suppose ER will do that again.

  16. Sydney Boy

    Champagne socialists

  17. lotocoti

    This is not the popular uprising XR was hoping for.

  18. Chris M

    Police and the courts are failing to act and protect, so citizens take over. Hope they got a good whopping.

  19. bespoke

    As for brownshirts? I don’t see a comparison with Weimar. Insufficient testosterone.

    The rank and file was made up of social rejects fighting another group social rejects creating enough disruption a nation that was the most modern in the world followed the that little guy with a big chip into hell.

    I’m not that dumb not to know its a very simplistic (possibly mangled) interpretation or an original concern.

  20. duncanm

    2005’s Kyoto stock-exchange invasion revisited.

  21. NuThink

    No doubt with the latest policing guidelines in place these days the guy who climbed onto the train to rid the train of vermin will be prosecuted for not having a vermin removal licence.

  22. wal1957

    Pushback has commenced!
    I was wondering how much more the populace would be willing to take before they retaliated.
    It is so bloody good to see these idiots being pulled away from the trains.
    Police should take note…don’t negotiate…don’t handle with care…just drag the screaming banshees away so that normal people can get on with their lives. Enuf with the bloody pandering to these activists!

  23. FelixKruell

    Lovely – best way to deal with XR is to show them a little civil disobedience in return. The police will always be constrained in their response. Commuters being held up, less so.

  24. BoyfromTottenham

    Great stuff Londoners – Sir Winston would have been proud of you!
    I wonder how much of this sort of pushback it will take to stop the recruitment of the ‘useful idiots’ to the XR ’cause’?

  25. candy

    ER seems to be a cult of some sort. Fascinating in its way. I wonder who the leader is and how wealthy and well-travelled they are. Where there is a cult there is an organiser who has no intention of becoming extinct.

  26. Pete of Perth

    No hi viz vests… HSE Dept will be pissed

  27. Bela Bartok

    I agree with you ChrisM – why didn’t the rozzers simply pull these idiots off the train? it took ordinary ppl to do it. Just shows how policing is now ‘enabling’.
    I wonder what would happen here when the swampies block Central? ‘Transit Police’ will hold the crowd back and let the swampies alone, I guess…

  28. Dr Fred Lenin

    I hope some of the workers put the steel cap boots into them , a few determined cops with asp s would clear the train roof double quick . The ones who glue themselxes to the road should be scraped off by front end loaders ,they scrape rush off roads dot they ? Dumped in a tipper and taken to a disused quarry as fill.

  29. egg_

    We will not stay quiet
    on the climate crisis

    Read our pledge

    Caption at The Guardian

    Who is funding this propaganda?

  30. Up The Workers!

    What???

    A white guy kicking a black guy in the head???

    That’s raaacist!

    On the other hand, if the white guy’s skin chose to express itself as black on that day, and the black guy’s skin chose to express itself as white, then it would be a commendable act in the ceaseless Leftard struggle of the oppressed against the oppressor.

    Oh, and by the way, the ‘gender’ of the kicker was actually female on that day.

    There.

    Fixed!

  31. Up The Workers!

    XR = ‘Excrement Regurgitated’!

  32. Bosnich

    A police spokesperson was quoted as saying that those who sorted this problem out,ie the commuters,could face investigation and maybe charged.
    So there you have it anyone doing what the police “service” should be doing will be prosecuted.

  33. Young Freddy

    Bemused, I remember that push-back too, and also the boys taking off their wrist watches, waving them at the Swampies and chanting “Rolex, Rolex, Rolex”.

  34. stackja

    The bloke on the train roof looks a lot like Lenin.

  35. Jack

    I think ‘Bespoke’ is spot on. ER is just like the brown shirts and other fascists, trying to impose their will on the masses with threats, intimidation and even violence. Did u see the bloke on the train roof direct a vicious kick to the head of that poor working man trying to get home.

  36. Mother Lode

    No hi viz vests… HSE Dept will be pissed

    I assumed the reason the people on platform felt compelled to act was because of PPE issues.

    Never crossed my mind they could have anything against the gluebacks’ agenda.

  37. billie

    incidentally, the yellow vest protests in France go on, but are not reported because they protest agaist Macron’s climate taxes

  38. Dr Fred Lenin

    Leave them on the roof of the train , when the train leaves the platform the tunnel will scrape the shit off the roof or give them the worst fright of their lives . The Police Service needs purging of all leftiesand the judiciary . Still what would you expect wih the sort of people career politics these days ,snowflake poofters and lezzos abound.

  39. Lee

    A police spokesperson was quoted as saying that those who sorted this problem out,ie the commuters,could face investigation and maybe charged.
    So there you have it anyone doing what the police “service” should be doing will be prosecuted.

    British police should be charged for any of a number of reasons in a recent years, including gross dereliction of duty.
    They are far more interested in investigating allegedly offensive tweets or stickers than M-u-s-l-i-m rape rings or real crimes.

  40. Truth n Justice

    Take away the police and media and allow the commuting public to deal with these thugs and nutters. Would be the last protest from these clowns ever. Or better still a bounty – two dollars for each pair of ears and no bag limit!

  41. calli

    two dollars for each pair of ears and no bag limit!

    Yikes! Make that a cuppla bucks for each man bun/ponytail and you’re on.

  42. candy
    #3187092, posted on October 18, 2019 at 9:50 am

    ER seems to be a cult of some sort. Fascinating in its way. I wonder who the leader is and how wealthy and well-travelled they are. Where there is a cult there is an organiser who has no intention of becoming extinct.

    My understanding is this ER mob is an offshoot of the various groups trained by Al Gore and funded by George Soros (directly or indirectly).

  43. a reader

    Surely they’re not so stupid as to know the danger of delaying a Londoner on his commute? Normal Brits, most migrants and all of the proper workers in the City won’t stand for that sort of bs. (By proper workers i mean the traders and the blokes and sheilas who actually make the money. Not the twats who sit in offices doing irrelevant BS)

  44. Win

    Ugly scenes says the unctuous sanctimonious BBC live reporter caused by commuters removing XR protestors off tube trains. Assault a XR camera man for 25 seconds. How Dare They says the BBC.

  45. 2dogs

    Given that David Hingst lost his case, there is an alternate strategy available for dealing with these protestors.

    Puerile, but so are they.

  46. Ian of Brisbane

    I have watched this about 30 times and it just gets better and better!

  47. PB

    I would have thought that their superglueing themselves to things represented an opportunity for robust debate in the spur of the moment with a captive opponent (with one hand disabled).

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