Climate activists continue to make themselves look bad as they ‘attacked’ one of the most iconic BMW art cars in history.
According to Reuters, members of Ultima Generazione descended on a museum in Milan, Italy that was showing a BMW M1 painted by Andy Warhol.
On Twitter, the entitled brats acknowledged pouring nearly 18 pounds (8 kg) of flour on the car and proclaimed it was “absurd to be scandalized by this” as “remaining indifferent to the fact that thousands of people are already dying from the climate crisis” is far worse. The group went on to say, “Our society is obsessed with objects, but it is not interested in protecting the future of its children. We can’t accept that!”
Also: Protesters Glue Themselves To Ferraris At Paris Motor Show, Comes Days After Similar Incident In Germany
Milano. 8 kg di farina sulla "Macchina" di Andy Warhol. E' assurdo scandalizzarsi per questo, restando indifferenti al fatto che migliaia di persone stanno già morendo a causa della crisi climatica, e il governo non fa nulla. #gas #carbone #crisiclimatica #ultimagenerazione pic.twitter.com/2QEbJ7RCCU
— Ultima Generazione (@UltimaGenerazi1) November 18, 2022
While that’s enough to make your eyes roll, the group went on to demand coal power plants be shut down by 2025. They then demanded more wind and solar power.
The latest incident comes after members of Extinction Rebellion went to the Paris Motor Show and glued themselves to Ferraris and poured a black liquid – believed to be either oil or paint – onto them. Before that, members of Scientist Rebellion glued themselves to the floor of a Porsche display at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg, Germany.
The latter incident backfired on protesters as one of them complained officials refused their “request to provide us with a bowl to urinate and defecate in a decent manner while we are glued.” That tweet garnered plenty of attention and is the definition of ‘play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”
H/T to Fox News