Video: Eco-Fascists in England Want You Dead Unless You Agree With Them
There is an eco-nazi effort going on in England called the 10:10 Campaign and in a video meant to encourage people to join the green effort people that disagree with the eco-nazis are murdered for their skepticism. Apparently murdering those that disagree with you is supposed to be funny.
In a Telegraph article, James Delingpole says, “Eco-fascism jumps the shark.” It hink it’s done more than that. It’s revealed its fascist nature.
Dear Brittany, did you know your tax money went to pay for this disgusting, hateful, fascist eco-nonsense? So, if you don’t believe in Globaloney you should be murdered in the messiest of manners? Yep, that’s the Nazis on the left I know, for sure. If you don’t agree with them, why you should be “re-educated” or killed.
As Delingpole’s article notes, this garbage was not only sponsored by the British government it was also funded by a few private businesses: O2, Sony and Kyocera. You might want to let them know of your displeasure.
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