Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg told Talk Radio’s Julia Hartley-Brewer this morning, that climate protestors Insulate Britain are “frightful humbugs!” Well said Moggy, well said old chap.
Then, he switched out of Enid Blyton mode and got serious. He called the protestors “lunatics, fanatics and bad people.”
Rees-Mogg, who is in Manchester for the Conservative Party conference, told Hartley-Brewer:
“Thinking that it is worth risking people’s lives, because you haven’t even insulated your own home, that’s the other problem. They are frightful humbugs….Well there’s one fellow…this chap let out all his properties and hadn’t even insulated them!
I think they’re just awful and taking this risk with people’s lives is so irresponsible and I’m glad to tell you that the government is taking extra powers so that they can be removed.”
Yes, the government is taking “extra powers.” I’ve written about this earlier. It looks to me like problem, reaction, solution. The extra powers are not about dealing with a bunch of deluded climate-mania sufferers.
They want the power to crush rebellions when folks wake up to the Great Reset agenda, of which the climate hoax is a major cornerstone.
House of Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg says ambulance-blocking Insulate Britain protestors are "silly people doing silly things".
— talkRADIO (@talkRADIO) October 5, 2021