Skip to comments.Activists disable some London BP petrol stations
Posted on 07/28/2010 1:25:13 AM PDT by Neil E. Wright
LONDON (Reuters) - Protesters from environmental group Greenpeace disabled some of BP's 50 petrol stations in central London on Tuesday in protest at the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Greenpeace said its activists had managed to close down 47 service stations in the capital. BP confirmed 30 had been forced to close temporarily. The company branded the demonstrations an "act of vandalism" and said it would reopen the sites as soon as it was safe to do so.
The protests coincided with BP's second-quarter results where the oil company reported a $17 billion loss and said it had set aside $32 billion to tackle the spill.
Greenpeace and BP said activists stopped the flow of fuel by flipping safety switches on forecourts before removing them to prevent the service stations from reopening.
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“Activists” mind you.
these “activists” have no idea what they are doing this is totally meaningless in the face of the whole pic
>> Greenpeace said its activists had managed to close down 47 service stations...
Is Greenpeace therefore liable?
Most of them walk everywhere they go....right?
Activists - actually they’re criminals. But Britain doesn’t care anymore. It must be getting pretty cold in England since the sun set on the British Empire.
Remember the good old days when you could catch a terrorist like Obama’s Mau Mau Grandfather and beat the crap out of him? What happened to you Jolly Old England?
Extreme leftists. Marxists, just doing the Messiah’s work.
These criminals need some pushback.
Doesn’t Greenpeace have a street address where the police could serve a warrant and arrest them, as well as a bank account they could seize?
Absent that, don’t they have some storefronts that could mysteriously....
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