Oops: Insane Extinction Rebellion Apparently Not Very Good At Protecting Their Documents

Remember how we were told this was a people’s movement? Huh

Delingpole: Exposed? Soros on List of Mega-Rich Extinction Rebellion Backers

An anonymous source claims to have extracted lots of documents from Extinction Rebellion’s computer database and has put them up online.

The documents, if genuine, seem to have been exposed through carelessness on the part of Extinction Rebellion, not a computer hack. Anyway, Paul Homewood has been filleting some of the best bits and here is what he has found.

If verified, this confirms Extinction Rebellion is disturbingly flush and well-funded: over £1 million raised this year, half of it still unspent, according to the documents.

Major donors are said to include — inevitably — George Soros; Vivienne Westwood’s son Joe Corre (the saucy underwear and dildo tycoon, worth $48 million); the European Climate Foundation (which funnels money from far-left American philanthropic foundations to European climate projects); Greenpeace; the far-left Tides Foundation; and a little known Swiss asset management company, called Furka Holdings, founded by a banker with Russian links, which gave £50,000.

So….not really a people’s movement? Delingpole notes some of the people negatively affected by the protests and the costs associated, before jumping into

If its view of the world sounds slightly unhinged that’s probably because it is unhinged.

There is little if any scientific evidence to support its deranged world view; yet its conviction that it is right, that indeed it has a monopoly on truth, is as strong as any doomsday cult’s.

It spells out what it believes very clearly in this private briefing document, which lists its aims and describes its philosophy:

  1. To show to radical people (and internationally) that it is possible to have an “impossible” plan and carry out a rebellion – however small (or large!) and thus increase the “overton window” of acceptable discourse on the ecological crisis.
  2. To create a national conversation about the ecological crisis and climate breakdown – including that our families/communities/society and state are facing existential threat. This includes to discuss our demands with the government/ political parties (see below). Also to support further uprisings to demand change off the back of the door we open.
  3. To build structure, community and test prototypes in preparation for the coming structural  collapse of the regimes of western “democracies” – now seen as inevitable due to stored up crisis. Thus preparing a foundation to transform society and resist fascism / other extremes. This includes creating Rising from the Wreckage- a Citizens Assembly based on sortition

Nutjobs. Loony tunes authoritarian nutjobs. Paul Homewood takes a deep dive into the documents (which were not hacked, just bad security), and notes, among the donors (one of which appears, again, to be George Soros and his Tides Foundation) is

Children’s Investment Fund Foundation – £121140

The CIFF like to give the impression that their purpose is to tackle ill health and malnutrition amongst the world’s poor. But they also give out millions each year for climate change projects.

It’s funders might be surprised that their money is going to an anarchist group, determined to send Britain back to the dark ages.

Huh again. Delingpole ends his piece with

Perhaps the rich people alleged to be funding these eco-fascists imagine that they will be exempt — that they will form part of some kind of privileged Nomenklatura who can carry on living their privileged lifestyle as before.

They do. Heck, most of the climate cultists think they will be exempt. I’m almost tempted to let them get their way and institute their polices, just to watch the shocked faces and caterwauling when they all, from the lowest to the biggest, realize that they’ve just owned themselves, hosed their own lives.

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