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No disrespect to Notre Dame or Paris, but it does make you wonder: if billionaires care this much about a building, why don’t they care for the people that use them?

Why don’t they care for the children who don’t have any of clean water to drink or people who work two jobs just to afford their medication or the kids that go to school with empty bellies and no coats???

When Grenfell burnt down in the middle of London dozens of people died and dozens more lost all their possessions: their id, their food, their money, EVERYTHING!

When’s their building being rebuilt? Where’s their benevolent fund? Where were the billionaires then?

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Climate Activists Occupy Major London Landmarks for a Third Day
More than 300 have been arrested as part of a global civil disobedience campaign demanding immediate government action on climate change, with more confrontations expected.

Protesters practicing yoga on Waterloo Bridge in London Wednesday on the third day of demonstrations demanding government action on climate change. Credit: Tolga Akmen/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Protesters at a blockade of Waterloo Bridge in London on Tuesday. Credit: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Climate change activists demonstrating at Oxford Circus in London on Wednesday. Credit: Hannah Mckay/Reuters

Excerpt from this New York Times story:

Climate activists glued themselves to the top of a London commuter train, blocked a major bridge at rush hour by staging a group yoga class and occupied four major London landmarks for a third day on Wednesday as part of a global civil disobedience campaign that demands government action on climate change.

Major London road junctions and tourist sites, including Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge, have been at a standstill since Monday, as hundreds of environmental activists have staged events, formed roadblocks and camped out in colorful tents in scenes reminiscent of the Occupy movement of the past.

Further confrontations were expected after the Metropolitan Police announced their intention to limit the protests only to the area around Marble Arch, and began working to remove protesters from their encampments at Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge.

“We will not leave until our concerns are addressed,” said Cressida Thomas, a student from Bristol, after the police warned her to move her tent in Oxford Circus. “That could take weeks or months. The more of us they arrest the better, it will only bring more attention to the cause.’’

That seemed to be a general theme among the protesters and their leaders.

“Our aim is to cause major disruption until the government takes action,” said Luis Silva, a member of the activist group Extinction Rebellion, which organized the protests.

“We’re not trying to be a nuisance and bother commuters, but we need to shake people for them to understand that this is a global emergency and we all have to participate to avert the impending disaster.