Climate Cultists Throw Soup On Van Gogh Painting, Glue Themselves

These people truly are nuts. Hey, I wonder how they got to the museum? Fossil fueled travel? Where did their clothes, shoes, smartphones, glue, and soup come from? How did it get to them?

From CBS News

Environmental protesters on Friday threw tomato soup over Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” painting at the National Gallery in central London, videos posted on social media showed.

Just Stop Oil said in a statement that two protesters threw two cans of Heinz Tomato soup over the painting at 11:00 a.m. (6 a.m. Eastern) to demand that the U.K. government halt all new oil and gas projects.

In a tweet, the activist group blamed the current economic turmoil and the climate crisis facing the world on fossil fuels, asking: “Is art worth more than life? More than food?”

Funny how they never destroy something that’s their own, eh?

London’s Metropolitan Police said officers arrested the two protesters for criminal damage and aggravated trespass after they “threw a substance over a painting” at the gallery on London’s Trafalgar Square.

BBC News said the the gallery had confirmed that the painting was covered by glass, so it wasn’t damaged.

Do they truly think this will get people on their side? Move casual Warmists to extremists? Or, will it just drive them away?

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4 Responses to “Climate Cultists Throw Soup On Van Gogh Painting, Glue Themselves”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    Should leave the obnoxious little cunts stuck there for a week before sending to jail.
    Note the use of Heinz soup.
    Thank you, John Kerry.

  2. Professor Hale says:

    Their fathers must be so proud or his investment in their college education. It is the natural inclination of children to seek attention. Parenting is supposed to mitigate those urges in the process of guiding children to become adults. Modern public schools, universities and social media all push things in the wrong direction and reinforce the dopamine hits to the brain from getting attention. That’s why they brought a friend along to record this. It would be legally supportable to charge the camera person as an accomplice, since without the attention, they wouldn’t have done the crime.

  3. Dana says:

    Another photo shows that they were using Heinz tomato soup. Theresa Heinz is the billionaire inheritor of Heinz Foods, from her late husband, and is married to John François Kerry, President Biden’s ‘climate tsar’, so, from that, we can assume that Mr Kerry, and his boss, approve that message.

  4. Joe says:

    Too bad the police couldn’t ignore the subtle ways of removing their glued down body parts from a surface. A few videos using a baseball bat may change the rest of the groups thinking.

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