Dan Wootton: Insulate Britain must end their dangerous eco-terrorism campaign on the M25

Dan Wootton
Dan Wootton

They are hypocrites, criminals and attention seeking losers, with no care about the health and the safety of their fellow citizens

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Insulate Britain are now roundly humiliated and must end their dangerous campaign of eco-terrorism on the M25.

They are hypocrites, criminals and attention seeking losers, with no care about the health and the safety of their fellow citizens.

It’s taken senior politicians and the rest of the media too long to follow the lead of this show and realise just exactly what these bearded loons really are about and how they should be treated.

After pathetic soft-touch policing, this was my advice on Monday night to the government as to how to deal with the group…

And where we lead, the government followed.

Today, Patel and Transport Secretary Grant Shapps vowed to grant police maximum powers that will see the crims face arrest and a potential instant jail term for contempt of court.

They wrote in the Daily Mail…

“The police have our full support to take decisive action and we're working with National Highways to take legal action against the protesters to ensure they cannot keep disrupting and endangering people's lives in this way.

We are giving them powers to better manage such guerrilla tactics in future.

In the medium-term, the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will put public nuisance on a statutory footing, ensuring there are appropriate sentences for the harm caused.”

On Tuesday night, I exposed one of the leaders of Insulate Britain as a no good hypocrite, who hasn’t even bothered to insulate his own home.

And where we lead, Good Morning Britain follows.

This morning, Liam Norton took his national humiliation tour to ITV, even pathetically storming off set when our own Dawn Neesom pressed him on the truth.

Now it’s easy to laugh at these complete morons.

But you wouldn’t be laughing if it was your relative who missed potentially lifesaving medical treatment as they were stuck in traffic for six hours on the blocked M25.

And you wouldn’t be laughing if it was your relative injured in a pile-up, which police are currently investigating as a potential consequence of the criminal action.

So while it’s pleasing to see the promise of genuine law enforcement, the government and the police should have been prepared for this type of ecoterrorism, given what we’ve seen from the Extinction Rebellion mob in the past couple of years.

Next time they must be ready.