An unruly mob of hundreds of Extinction Rebellion activists including its radical founder Roger Hallam and his girlfriend shamelessly partied at an all-night rave on Easter Sunday to celebrate bringing travel chaos to millions of hardworking commuters.
In a post on Telegram giving details of the gig at Egg nightclub in King’s Cross, North London seen by The Sun, organisers crowed: ‘After a week of sitting down, it’s time to shake those legs. We are inviting all rebels to an after-party full of energetic bands and DJs.’
Video shows the eco-fanatics dancing wildly to live music by rock band The Molotovs as they downed £6.50 cans of beer until the early hours of Monday morning.
Hallam, the mastermind of XR and its splinter group Insulate Britain who has called for those ‘responsible’ for climate change to face Nuremberg-style trials, and XR activist Larch Maxey, were both pictured entering the security-tight nightclub.
Other photos from the party show banners which yelled ‘We are watching you’ and ‘War is ecocide, planet repairs now’.
A source told the newspaper: ‘It was a full-on rave. Everyone was drunk and some of them looked high. They were dancing all night. When Roger came in it was a bit like he was a celeb. Everyone wanted a selfie with him.’
Last week the rabble-rousing eco-idiots blocked ten oil facilities and took over four of London’s bridges as they launched a series of ‘disruptions’ on more than two weeks of protests.