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Climate change activists aren’t exactly known for their logic. Many of them seem to think lying in front of cars, gluing themselves to various objects, and vandalizing art will magically tip the scale toward a greener future.
That was certainly the mentality the “Seven Circles,” an anti-capitalist climate activist group, had at this year’s Burning Man festival in Nevada.
The group set up in the middle of the road leading to the festival, refusing to let traffic pass, but little did they know, they were in for what Sara Gonzales calls “the greatest takedown [she] can remember.”
Sara plays the video of rangers plowing over the group’s signs and trailer with their truck before forcing every member to lie on the ground. One woman refuses to comply and is yanked to the ground by an officer.
Another group member can be heard shrieking, “We’re not violent!” in the background, as their entire setup is obliterated.
“If you are blocking my right to travel freely, that is an act of aggression; that is not peaceful,” says Sara, who is reveling in the epic takedown.
“You've convinced literally zero people – nobody has been convinced by any of [this] stupid sh**,” she rails.
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