Angry motorists in Portugal have demonstrated an effective technique to eliminate green fanatics who attempted to block traffic amid a senseless protest.
The clip shows how drivers got out of their cars and immediately began dragging protesters in orange vests off the road while tearing down their signs.
Protesters from the Portuguese climate activist group Climáximo are known for their frequent protests in and around Lisbon, some of which caused hours-long disruptions and huge traffic jams.
But in this video, protesters are unceremoniously dumped on the side of the road before motorists climb back into their vehicles and drive by screaming.
The clip has gone viral on social media, garnering millions of views, and users have been quick to praise the drivers for their level-headedness.
Angry motorists in Portugal demonstrated their effective technique to eliminate environmental fanatics who were trying to block traffic.
Protesters are unceremoniously dumped on the side of the road.
Protesters from the Portuguese climate activist group Climáximo are known for their frequent protests in and around Lisbon.
“This brings joy to my heart…the world is healing,” one user commented.
‘I thought it was bad for the environment to leave your vehicle idling… Isn’t that counterproductive to your agenda?’ another user asked sarcastically, pointing out that the tactic of causing traffic jams only worsens the impact of vehicle emissions.
It comes as Just Stop Oil protesters angered theatergoers in London last night when they disrupted a performance of Les Misérables during the cast’s performance of the iconic song ‘Do You Hear The People Sing’.
In an incident that raised serious questions about security, activists calmly walked onto the stage from the chamber’s most expensive seats and unfurled their banners, chanting “join the rebellion.”
Theatergoers drowned out the JSO chants with boos and shouts of “I hate you.”
Another angry customer shouted: ‘Get away, stupid people! How dare you?”, while a third shouted: “Fuck you”, while one of the water eco-sportsmen gave a monologue about the “collapse of society”.
In the UK, groups such as Just Stop Oil have organized a series of protests that have caused major transport disruption.
They often sit there for hours before the police finally remove them.
But across Europe it appears that disgruntled citizens are increasingly taking matters into their own hands.
Last month, people were seen losing patience when eco-clowns impeded traffic on a busy Berlin street.
Climate activists from the German group Letzte Generation (translated as Last Generation) slowly blocked the march, causing traffic in Germany’s capital to come to a standstill.
Footage shows an angry cyclist attacking activists by grabbing a man from behind and dragging him off the road.
The cyclist reportedly lost his cool after activists did not let him pass during his slow ride.
In the video, the cyclist and another man in a red shirt can be seen pushing the older, long-haired protester until he falls to the ground.
Just Stop Oil supporters disrupt ‘Les Mis’
Footage shows an angry cyclist attacking activists by grabbing a man from behind and dragging him off the road. The cyclist reportedly lost his cool after activists did not let him pass during his slow ride. In the video you can see the cyclist and another man in a red shirt pushing the older, long-haired protester until he falls to the ground.
As the environmentalist fanatic tries to get up, the motorcyclist attacks another protester, a woman, and pushes her off the road. Meanwhile, the man in the red shirt tries to push several activists to the opposite sidewalk so that honking cars can pass.
Meanwhile, the man in the red shirt tries to push several activists to the opposite sidewalk so that honking cars can pass. One of the cars blocked by the group finally pulled up onto the sidewalk to pass while the others honked their horns.
As the environmentalist fanatic tries to get up, the motorcyclist attacks another protester, a woman, and pushes her off the road.
Meanwhile, the man in the red shirt tries to push several activists to the opposite sidewalk so that honking cars can pass.
One of the cars blocked by the group finally pulled up onto the sidewalk to pass while the others honked their horns.
The video was posted on X, formerly Twitter, by Letzte Generation with the title: ’25 slow blockades in Berlin. The climate crisis is already escalating. The first turning points have been reached.
‘2045 is too late. A 2030 free of fossil fuels is necessary. “That’s why we are protesting.”
This is not the first time that interactions between climate activists and angry road users have turned violent in Germany.
Shocking video taken earlier this month showed an angry motorist resorting to violence to break up a street blockade protest by the activist group.
The man was seen jumping onto the B36 motorway near the Victoria Tower in Mannheim. He began punching and kicking a series of activists from the Letzte Generation movement.
Police later arrested the 29-year-old suspect, according to a German newspaper. image.
The attacker, wearing a white vest and gray jogging pants, was one of several angry motorists who confronted the environmentalist fanatics who had donned orange uniforms and were sitting on the track, backing up three lanes of cars.
When the protesters remained seated and refused to move, he snapped, lashed out with his fists and feet in fury, and dragged them away.
Mannheim police learned of the attack the next day and detained the suspect in Ludwigsburg, where he was taken for questioning.
But Aimée van Baalen, the group’s spokesperson, remains steadfast in her commitment to continue similar protests despite the controversy.
The enraged motorist grabs the protester’s hair before punching him in the face.
He kicks and slaps another member of the group again.
He maintains that the Letzte Generation will not be deterred by the opposition and is determined in its mission to draw attention to climate change.
In July, three protesters were pushed off the road by an angry truck driver working for low-carbon energy company Air Liquide, only to run towards the truck before one of them was sent flying.
Air Liquide is the official hydrogen sponsor of the Paris Olympic Games and works to innovate “the development of low-carbon hydrogen and biomethane for the energy transition.”
At first, the truck driver jumps out to push and drag activists out of his way.
When they sit back in their position, he begins to slowly advance and then pushes the nearest activist to the sidewalk.
The man is seen pushing the protester off the road as other angry drivers look on.
In the photo, the driver tries to remove the protester sitting on the road from under the truck.
The force is enough to make the young man fly backwards and bystanders come to his aid.
The truck driver is seen raising his hands in frustration and stopping the truck before jumping out of the cab again to push the protesters away.
Air Liquide provided the following statement to MailOnline: ‘On 12 July, Air Liquide became aware of an altercation in Stralsund, Germany, between a contracted third-party driver for Air Liquide Medical Gases and local protesters.
‘The images show unacceptable behavior on the part of the driver that is in no way aligned with Air Liquide’s values.
“The third-party contractor has been notified that Air Liquide will no longer accept the services of this individual.”