Extinction Rebellion Founder Claims Climate Change Will Cause Surge in Gang Rape
Climate change activists have a rather sordid history of making wild claims on what the Earth will look like if humans continued existing in any appreciable degree of material decency, so much so that they have had to come up with ever more sensational claims to keep the public on the edge of their seats, similar to how a porn addict needs evermore debasing erotic material to produce the same dopamine hit every time. From claims of sea ice melting that has already failed to materialize to making entire documentaries depicting as dystopian a world as possible in order to shake the public into submission, nothing seems to be too morally questionable for the Extinction Rebellion crowd, as this latest example demonstrates.
According to Summit News, Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam upped the ante in a recently viral 2019 pamphlet where he claimed that a planet increasingly ravaged by (supposedly) man-made climate change will result in a massive uptick in the instances of gang rape of “your mother, sister and girlfriend.” as society becomes increasingly resource-scarce.
Apparently, Hallam wrote this Magnum Opus of his while he was incarcerated at the HMP Wormwood Scrubs. Hallam predicts that as the ecological situation of the planet continues to worsen, “a gang of boys will break into your house demanding food,” after which they “will see your mother, your sister, your girlfriend and they will gang rape her on the kitchen table.” in what seems to be the latest attempt to distract those with longer memories about the string of failed predictions the climate alarmist crowd have made and instead make them think that the whole world will become like post-apartheid South Africa if the average First Worlder refuses to eschew meat for insects.
Hallam continued to equivocate his vision of a post-global warming world with that in South Africa by adding that “They will force you to watch, laughing at you. At the end they will accuse you of enjoying it,” in what many could consider being an eerily accurate description of what happens to the Afrikaner farmers when an anti-European mob shows up in their remote farmhouses.
The wording on the pamphlet left the origins of the “gang of boys” rather ambiguous, making it unclear if he was referring to local adolescent males going rogue or increasing numbers of military-aged migrant males coming into Europe to supposedly escape the effects of climate change in parts of the Global South.
In a completely unrelated episode, Hallam was kicked out of the Extinction Rebellion movement he helped found largely helped found.