What You Need To Know About Extinction Rebellion

From protesting naked in British Parliament to filling the streets of London with red paint, these are the acts of civil disobedience that brought the world's attention to climate activist group Extinction Rebellion.

04/24/2019 7:35 PMupdated: 04/24/2019 8:20 PM


  • Jim H.
    04/30/2019 21:52

    "From protesting naked in British Parliament to filling the streets of London with red paint... These are the acts that brought the worlds attention to pandemic mental illness..." There, I fixed you headline... thank you. 🤙

  • Cj R.
    04/29/2019 17:07

    BRAVO KEEP IT GOING!!!!!!!!!!

  • Igor R.
    04/29/2019 14:55

    so what are they protesting again? What do they want me to do? Just a quickly reminder that 3rd World countries are ones that devastate environment with rubbish, killing wildlife and poluting waters.

  • Carly A.
    04/28/2019 15:48

    Massive scientific review by 100 scientists released by the UN last year, stating that we have 11 years left to completely halve our carbon emissions, or else reach catastrophic and irreversible global warming: Mass deaths predicted due to catastrophic climate change: We have entered a Mass Extinction event, which is going to kill over 3/4 of all species on the entire planet: We have already killed 83% of all wildlife mammals.

  • Mat B.
    04/27/2019 20:31

    Brainwashed idiots

  • Mohib U.
    04/27/2019 19:51

    What removing clothes has to do with climate change? Are they removing to show it's getting hotter?

  • Marianne M.
    04/27/2019 17:53

    Thank you XR and thank you BRUT

  • Connor M.
    04/27/2019 17:49

    I love this! Esp the brilliant creative protests! What brave and courageous people fighting for the survival of Life. Thank you.

  • Saji K.
    04/27/2019 16:57

    I say Well Done! It seems that it is the only way that can be used to stress the urgency.

  • Lucinda F.
    04/27/2019 16:55

    I will fight them

  • Gabriel C.
    04/27/2019 16:52

    This needs to be bigger than London

  • David C.
    04/27/2019 16:30

    Although they are a pain... they have a point in that the governments of the world are doing nothing about what is going on accept put some taxes on plastic bags and other unworkable solutions. They care only for money. Why not ban plastic bags? These people are doing a good job in making people wake up.

  • Steve A.
    04/27/2019 15:53

    Sad 😑

  • TomPall J.
    04/27/2019 15:17

    Crazy lunatics

  • Stephen C.
    04/27/2019 15:06

    Wankers, everyone of them vandalising and paint spillage, celebrities dropping in by plane, your average eco warrior really is thick as a brick

  • Sabrina R.
    04/27/2019 14:48

    Some people in these comments man 😂 so oblivious to the facts. Who gives a shit about traffic and paint (which London always has traffic... let's be honest and there is bio paint, just saying) they are fighting the great ocean garbage patches, drying lakes in Africa, flooding of northern regions, the complete destructions of thousands of ecosystems, air that is toxic to breath and you only criticize these people on the fact they may not be 100 percent environmentally friendly ? We dont need a few perfectly sustainable individuals. We need millions, no billions of imperfectly environmentally friendly peoples. We need every single person to try their best, to make changes in their every day lives. Alas convenience and laziness are too far a price to pay for some, and many rather talk about traffic. So let's talk about it...

  • Jimmy J.
    04/27/2019 14:04

    One "woman" glued her tits to the concrete... That was something new

  • Megan B.
    04/27/2019 13:44

    Isn't dumping paint on the street where it would eventually end up in the water table kind of what they're protesting against?

  • Jeremy M.
    04/27/2019 13:24

    Extreme greed must be met with an equal opposing force.

  • Kevin O.
    04/27/2019 13:22

    Why do only ugly women protest?

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