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SWEET PEA: dude…
SWEET PEA: you really have to stop organizing my closet. its weird
tiny tot 🐰
SWEET PEA: stoppin by with a shake and fry from pops
SWEET PEA: oh yeah… remember when you also told me not to do the thing??
[ten minutes later]
SWEET PEA: i did the thing…bad idea
the other andrews
SWEET PEA: look i dont give a fuck
SWEET PEA: i cut you a fucking price and it’s final. now dont be a bitch and think youre gunna get to cut a new price.
SWEET PEA: shit. wrong person. ignore this
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One cloudy night commuting home at Charing Cross I stumble across the movement that got the world talking. I took it upon myself to take some very moody images with only my phone on hand.
Famously related to ‘Greta Thunberg’ the environmental activist on climate change who influenced this protest - It would be fair to assume some of the policies and stragedy were infamous in the media and with the public, but I will admit were successful on bringing attention to the cause and also very creative with their approach.
XR used a mass arrest tactic which led to 1,800 members arrested during these bold protests. The focus was on putting the climate crisis on the political agenda, predominately corporations and politicians whilst demanding they declare a ‘climate emergency’ and specifically that the UK must reduce the carbon emissons to net zero by 2025.
I would personally add that I witnessed a strong group of powerful and passionate individuals coming together for a very concerning and relevant cause, with communal tents and shacks of free food for all participating. I myself was welcomed with members offering me a pink XR logo flag (see above) and some interesting conversations about the movement. These people were in no way volatile, but extremely ardent for their worrying future.