Members of the radical environment group Just Stop Oil are proficient in public temper tantrums.
The Gateway Pundit reported Friday on two disturbed members of the group who threw tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers at London’s National Gallery.
Phoebe Plummer, 21, from London, and Anna Holland, 20, from Newcastle dumped two cans of Heinz tomato soup all over an $80.99 million painting, which is protected by glass.
And now these lunatics are gluing themselves to streets, blocking emergency vehicles, and preventing a man who was trying to get his ill wife at the hospital.
Just Stop Oil shared the following on Tweeter, “Just after 12pm, around 20 supporters of Just Stop Oil established a roadblock on Shoreditch High St at the junction of Great Eastern St, demanding that the Government halts all new oil and gas consents and licences.”
Londoners caught up in the mass tantrum took matters into their own hands to remove the raging over-grown toddlers.
In one clip of the disruption, caused by 29 protesters who glued themselves to the road just after 12pm, a van driver claims he desperately needs to get his sick wife to hospital.
Tensions between the driver and activists reach boiling point as it appears as though he is driving towards members of the group, who are sitting on the floor.
Members of the public film the driver as one asks him ‘Where are you going to go?’ before he explains: ‘My Mrs is not well, she needs to get to a hospital.’
‘Have some respect for other people,’ he added during the intense exchange.
‘There’s other people who need to get to places.’
Meanwhile, another driver pleaded with the activists to get out the road before physically trying to remove them.
Another man began dragging protestors away from the intersection and schooling them on both their ridiculous behavior and their hypocrisy.
‘You all use fuel in some way or another. How do you think you got your iPhone? How do you think you get your avocado? How do you think you get sourdough bread? You all use fuel in some way or another. This is ridiculous. Get out of the way. Get out of the way….I don’t care. You need to be arrested… you’re a fu***** public nuisance! Get out of the way.”
“Look at these idiots. Do you think you’re helping anything? This is a local community… go outside BP… petroleum….why are you holding your community? This is your local community. And we’re all in the same boat. Go outside BP. Got outside Shell. Go and do this somewhere useful.”
An emergency response vehicle, with lights and sirens blaring, was also blocked for a time from the intersection.