A climate zealot who founded the Extinction Rebellion splinter group which brought parts of London to a standstill for more than four hours during this morning’s rush hour has revealed that he would block an ambulance which contained a dying person.
In an extraordinary admission to the Unbreak the Planet podcast, Insulate Britain mastermind Roger Hallam told presenter Mike Galsworthy that he would also have refused to move for a crying woman who was trying to get to her unwell 81-year-old mother in hospital.
The chilling exchange comes after a tearful woman trying to get to her unwell 81-year-old mother in a Canterbury hospital slammed ‘selfish’ eco-morons who had blocked the Blackwall Tunnel, Hanger Lane and Wandsworth Bridge between 8am and 12pm.
Tensions flared as a paramedic crew joined furious drivers and pulled enviro-idiots – some of whom are repeat offenders who have been arrested and released by police during past demos – off the road at Wandsworth Bridge, while a woman at Blackwall Tunnel trying to get to her mother in hospital lashed out at the mob: ‘How can you be so selfish?’
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