Scotland: Climate Cultists Glue Themselves to Painting

Girls think: “The Greta Cult can get me the monumental loads of attention that I truly deserve.”

Boys think: “Maybe if I join the Greta Cult, I’ll finally get laid.”

No one has ever actually studied the history of these fake predictions. Global warming is a fake problem that can only exist in the minds of people who don’t have real problems.

The Scottish Sun:

Climate protesters allegedly glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.

Supporters of the climate change group Just Stop Oil also allegedly spray painted the group’s logo onto the walls and floor of the gallery earlier today.

Police were called to the scene and the museum has been closed early for the day by staff as officers deal with the alleged incident.

Two of the protesters are said to have stuck themselves to the frame of an 19th century painting by Horatio McCulloch called ‘My Heart is in the Highlands’.

My Heart is in the Highlands, by Horatio McCulloch

In a statement posted to the group’s website, the activists called for “the government to end new oil and gas and for art institutions to join them in the civil resistance”.

The action comes as the UK Climate Change Committee, the government’s independent advisory body on climate policy, releases its 2022 progress report to parliament.

The report finds “major failures in delivery programmes towards the achievement of the UK’s climate goals”.

The area around the painting was cordoned off before the museum closed and police have been spotted standing guard at the entrance.

Ironically, this woman’s last name is “Bright”

A spokesperson for Glasgow Life said: “On Police Scotland advice, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has closed early today, due to climate protestors inside the museum. Glasgow Life Museums’ security and conservation teams are currently working with the police to ascertain the extent of any damage. We will update on reopening as soon as possible.”

It will be interesting to see how fully socialized people actually are when things really start getting rough.

Things got pretty rough with the coronavirus hoax, and people continued to put an obviously fake threat before their real lives. But they were still relatively comfortable. Things are about to get very uncomfortable.

Will people continue to believe in obvious hoaxes which can be easily disproved?

This video has the basics of why it is wrong. Good for sharing.

That video doesn’t go into the fact that they are lying on purpose, however – or why they are lying on purpose, which are really the bigger questions for anyone who isn’t a total moron.