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Photos depict bewildering scenes at Wall Street climate protest

Climate protesters sure do love making a scene.

Young people the world over are growing ever more angry in regard to climate change, and their actions are turning brazen.

For many, the doom and gloom of the climate change culture has fascinated them.  The well-made documentary films and feel-good machinations of the charitable charade are addictive to the youth of the world.  They all wish to be a hero, and by lumping the climate change debate into American politics, this mostly millennial mass movement has become simple irate.

The radicalization of the global warming agenda was readily apparent on Wall Street today.

A group of protesters calling for more action to stop climate change vandalized the iconic Wall Street charging bull on Monday, pouring red paint on it while climbing atop it.

The climate protesters responsible belong to an organization called Extinction Rebellion, which organized a demonstration starting at 10 a.m. ET on Monday in 60 cities worldwide, according to its website. The protests are slated to last two weeks.

A person from the group was raising a neon green flag on top of the 11-foot-tall bronze statue, surrounded by city police officers. Several protesters appeared to be laying on the ground around the bull with red paint on their bodies, staging a “die-in,” or simulating being dead.

Twitter users exposed the madness for the world to see.

Similar protests were taking place around the world this week, with even more bizarre scenes playing out elsewhere.





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