XR Founder Moans About His Carrots – Watts Up With That?


By Paul Homewood

h/t MrGrimNasty

Oh expensive, how unhappy, by no means thoughts!

Extinction Rise up co-founder Roger Hallam has taken to Twitter to share his frustration in an 11-point thread after he was served carrots and a handful of potatoes for dinner because the ‘vegan choice’ in hospital.

Mr Hallam posted a photograph of an nearly empty plate from his mattress which had only a portion of carrots on it, writing 391 phrases on the environmental advantages of going vegan – however did admit he had already eaten the ‘six’ potatoes that had been served on the aspect.

The controversial environmentalist, 56, who additionally helped kind eco mobs Insulate Britain and Simply Cease Oil, has been in hospital after ‘crushing’ his leg throughout an accident whereas driving his bike.

He was final Friday pictured with an exterior fixator on his proper leg which is used to carry damaged bones in place with metallic pins or screws.

It comes after per week of ‘slow-marching’ protests by Simply Cease Oil throughout central London, with anticipated motion on Saturday at 12pm in Westminster. 

Mr Hallam posted this photo online with the caption 'vegan option' and an 11-point Twitter thread

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/information/article-12028137/Extinction-Rise up-founders-Twitter-anger-hospital-served-carrots-vegan-option.html#newcomment

I’m not likely positive what else a vegan can count on to eat in winter in our superb fossil gasoline free future. There’ll ne meals imports, as a result of they are going to want fossil fuels to ship them. So there will likely be little else  than potatoes and carrots for months at a time, except you need one thing out of a tin.

By the best way Roger, I ponder how a lot fossil fuels had been used to fabricate that fixator round your leg, ferry you to the hospital in an ambulance or provide all the different issues wanted within the hospital to maintain you alive?


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