On Wed 23 Oct at 8:47pm Planet Person wrote:
I’ve heard a rumor the mad mob are planning on trying to wreck bonfire night, true ?
On Wed 23 Oct at 9:52pm Janet Street Preacher wrote:
On Wed 23 Oct at 10:20pm Planet Person wrote:
That’ll be a good thing
On Thu 24 Oct at 12:42pm David Stanley wrote:
I think "the mob" tends to be ambivalent about climate change campaigning but quite enthusiastic about bonfire but I'm just an observer.
On Thu 24 Oct at 1:09pm Astrid wrote:
Planet person why is that a good thing?
What possible good will come out of that.....is that going to stop bonfire night???! I dont think so
On Thu 24 Oct at 1:32pm Planet Person wrote:
Astrid, it’s a good thing if they don’t turn up and try to wreck bonfire night...!
On Thu 24 Oct at 4:35pm Astrid wrote:
Ahh ok must have misunderstood what you meant..........yes definetly good if they dont turn up and wreck it!
On Thu 24 Oct at 10:16pm Local99 wrote:
If any of the numpties are indeed thinking of trying some half-wit campaign, they should re-watch their Canning Town videos for an idea of what response they'll get.
On Thu 24 Oct at 10:22pm Stephen Watson wrote:
For what it's worth: I love Bonfire, and I support Extinction Rebellion. Actually, they have a lot in common: theatrical, witty, artistic, rebellious; street occupying, traffic stopping and for some people, infuriating. True, Bonfire has a carbon footprint. Extinction Rebellion does NOT blame individuals; it recognises that almost everything we do has a carbon footprint because we're stuck in a dysfunctional system that needs to be changed, and fast. Giving up Bonfire won't save life on Earth. Giving up the whole whole crazy notion of every growing consumption just might. I know the temptation to feature Boris and Brexit will be very strong, but I'd just love to see a tab featuring ,say, Shell, BP, Exxon, Chevron, Gazprom....
On Fri 25 Oct at 7:56pm Astrid wrote:
I'm sure extinction rebellion will future heavy aswell
On Fri 25 Oct at 8:13pm Tom Pain wrote:
Giving up ever growing consumption will have a beneficial effect on the planet, that's obvious. Destroying western civilization, Roger Hallam's ambition ,won't. Getting rid of the debt based financial system that causes ever growing consumption will, that should be obvious. To pay the interest on a loan you have to get more money and as 97% of money is created as interest bearing debt it is impossible without you or someone else borrowing more and producing something to sell for a profit. Thus the cycle of ever growing production and consumption is perpetuated. It's very simple but, with the control of money creation being in the hands of private concerns which have unlimited funds to convince you otherwise, very difficult to convey.
On Fri 25 Oct at 8:19pm Planet Person wrote:
ER move about, there are stories of 2/3 vehicle homes proclaiming to be ER, climate change etc. Burning the atmosphere to create yet another problem, ironic ?!
On Tue 29 Oct at 6:54pm Dreamer wrote:
@Stephen. Life on Earth doesn't need saving. Life will continue after humans are extinct.
Extinction Rebellion really isn't about the extinction of life on Earth. It's about extinction of the human race and life as we know it. Arguably, the World and Nature would be better off without humans
On Mon 4 Nov at 7:59pm Planet Person wrote:
Dreamer, exactly, dreamer. Another DFL interfering. If you don’t like this town, move out. Life here will not, does not, and never will put up with wan*ers coming in and telling people about life. If you want your own way, go on your way.
On Wed 6 Nov at 5:21pm Dreamer wrote:
@Planet Person: I did miss mentioning anything that applied to "this town". So many thanks for hallucinating that bit.
As for your assumption of my being a DFL: you are wrong. The truth is much, much worse.