EXTINCTION Rebellion has vowed to end its disruptive demonstrations in 2023 as “nothing has changed”.
The environmental group has announced that instead of blocking roads, smashing windows, destroying buildings and hanging from bridges, it will move on to simple conversation.
The surprise announcement was made via email just after midnight on New Year’s Day.
In a statement, a spokesman said: “Extinction Rebellion is making a bold New Year’s resolution for 2023: We will end public order activities.
“This is an important decision. Public unrest has been incredibly successful in raising the alarm about the climate and environmental emergency.
“But although the alarm was raised, nothing has changed.
“So, in 2023, it’s time to try something different.”
Instead of their usual stunts that caused traffic jams, gas shortages, and even prevented people from getting to work and getting treated in the hospital, this year’s XR participants will “prioritize turnout over arrest” and “relationships over roadblocks.”
This means, they say, “undermining directly the power of Great Britain.
The decision will put pressure on environmentalists at Just Stop Oil and Insulate Britain, which have used similar tactics in 2022.
The Sun has reached out to organizations that have repeatedly littered British roads for comment.
In some of XR’s most infamous acts, participants lay on roads and were suspended from bridges.
The group was also behind the blockade of major oil installations, the spraying of fake blood at the Treasury and Buckingham Palace, and the breaking of glass at the News UK building and Barclays Bank headquarters.
Activists even got glued to the supercars at the Paris Motor Show and
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