Climate extremists threaten to cut vital gas pipelines

Climate crazies in Germany have threatened to start cutting oil and gas pipelines until the government acquiesces to the group’s green demands.

As many people across Europe struggle to cope with soaring energy costs following years of bad government policy and recently intensified by the Ukraine crisis, climate crazies in Britain Britain and Germany staged widespread protests, with British activists disrupting supplies. of petrol and diesel to the point of causing shortages in the south of the country.

Die-hard green activists in Germany now appear set to follow suit, threatening to start closing oil and gas pipelines in the central European country unless the government agrees to their demand not to invest in new ones. fossil fuel projects.

According to a report by Die Weltthe group issued the ultimatum after a long campaign to block roads in Berlin and Frankfurt, which had previously led to climate crazies being branded a “fanatic doomsday cult”.

“Starting next week, we will peacefully shut down oil and gas pipelines that cross our country to fight the fossil fuel craze,” the group said. wrote on their social networks.

“We are doing this because unfortunately you do not plan to stop the destruction, but it is absolutely necessary if the younger generation has any chance of surviving,” the message continued. “In these places, the destruction of our livelihoods by fossil madness becomes visible. The public may think pipelines are private property, but that’s just an illusion.

“In fact, the flow of oil and gas there is under the protection of the government and powered by you,” the group continued. “No oil or gas could flow without your approval and support. This destruction must be stopped. By you – or by us.

The threat that Germany could soon have its oil and gas lines embargoed by die-hard environmentalists will likely be met with dismay by the general public, who have been forced to put up with rising gas prices and rapid inflation.

Even though gas prices have fallen to their lowest level since the start of the current crisis in Ukraine last month thanks to stabilizing supply levels and warmer weather brought by spring, ordinary citizens are still paying a lot more for gas than they did last year.

After hitting sky highs of €345 per megawatt, prices have now stabilized at €80 per megawatt according to a report by The Spiegel.

However, even at this price, costs are at least double what they were last year, with wholesale gas prices ranging from €5 to €40 per megawatt last year.

“Panic is off the market at the moment,” said Tobias Federico, director of the Berlin-based analytics firm. “We are reaching a fundamentally justified price level in this situation”,

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