People Want Organizers Of St. Greta’s Climate March To Pay To Repair Greenspace

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From the article

Hundreds have called for the organisers of a Greta Thunberg climate change rally to pay for damage caused to green space.

Around 15,000 people are believed to have attended Friday’s Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate rally, churning up College Green and angering many.

A fundraiser was set up for repairs, which then resulted in calls for rally organisers to cover the costs.

The organiser said people had done their best in the muddy conditions. (snip)

The combination of thousands of people and heavy rain turned much of the grass into mud, angering some.

Gavin Mountjoy commented on Facebook: “Oh the irony, hundreds of people turning up to talk about our planet dying end up destroying a green area.”

Meh, the damage was really linked to ‘climate change’

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11 Responses to “People Want Organizers Of St. Greta’s Climate March To Pay To Repair Greenspace”

  1. alanstorm says:

    “Bullshit. The poor weather from the numerous storms we’ve had in the last few weeks contributed. Perhaps cause by……. climate change”

    I call bullshit on the bullshit. Rain alone doesn’t cause grass to turn into mud. It takes lots of feet tearing up the turf.

    Typical lefty sense of responsibility – “I didn’t do it! someone else MADE me be there!”

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Doesn’t the trump campaign owe nearly a million dollars to the venues of his Klan rallies?

    • Bill589 says:

      Troll Elwood –
      The Klan is Democrat.
      It is Leftists that see race. The Left are the racists.
      Donald and others on the right see people.

    • Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

      Klan rallies?
      Little sissybitch getting more desperate every day.
      Poor little thing.

      Lolgfy Jeffery

    • formwiz says:

      He must not or you’d have a link.

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    from the cited article:

    *Jon Usher, head of partnerships of Bristol-based charity Sustrans, set up a GoFundMe page after the march ended, aiming to raise £20,000.

    By Sunday morning more than £9,000 had been donated.*

  4. John says:

    BBC is already reporting that the green grass is already growing back

    • formwiz says:

      We cahn’t contradict, Auntie Beeb, now can we?

      But 2 days seems a little short for the grass to reappear.

      Where do they think they are?


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