Liberal Hypocrite Caught Out!
Liberal Hypocrite Caught Out!Follow @KnightsTempOrg
Extinction Rebellion typifies the pious left-liberal eco-fanatics who are the noisy Useful Idiots creating the propaganda drive to support the global elite's war on normal people. The group is rightly hated all over Britain by motorists and taxpayers for its stunts blocking roads and airports, for disrupting sporting events and for its 'holier-than-thou lectures about 'climate change'.
But they've got egg all over their faces right now, because the co-founder of Extinction Rebellion has been branded a 'towering hypocrite' after she was caught buying imported food in non-recyclable plastic packaging at the supermarket before driving it home in her diesel car.
As the eco-protest group begins four days of protests across London on Friday, Gail Bradbrook was spotted stocking up on food that racked up more than 17,000 air miles before landing in her shopping trolley at posh supermarket chain Waitrose.
Bradbrook was pictured grabbing Vietnamese tea, Chilean grapes and items from Spain, Cyprus and Italy. She also drove to and from Waitrose in the fashionable Gloucestershire town of Stroud in a diesel 1.5-litre car.
Extinction Rebellion says 'every part of society must act now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions' as part of its core three demands. Yet her shopping items, which came from three different continents, were bound in plastic, nylon and polythene.
An onlooker said: 'Buying fruit flown halfway round the world in non-recyclable packaging then driving home in a diesel motor — what a towering hypocrite."
The activist also walked out with Quorn vegan chicken free slices and Duchy Organic chicken wings - both covered with non-recyclable film.
A fifth of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions come from transporting edible products across the planet. These are even higher for fruit and vegetables that are out of season - and need to be refrigerated as they are brought over.
Bradbrook is currently the director of the company Compassionate Revolution, which had an unrestricted income of £1,410,230 in the year ending June 30 2022. Nice little business, this 'revolution'!