British TV host Chris Packham has called on his fellow climate activists to “break the law” in order to fight “global warming.”
Packham, a longtime host of the UK’s BBC and Channel 4 networks, made the call in a promo for his new eco-documentary titled “Is It Time to Break the Law?”
In the video, Packham urges green agenda mobs to “break the law” by claiming that it is “ethically responsible” for others to commit crimes to advance the “climate change” narrative.
Packham concludes that criminal acts may be necessary to make people listen to climate propaganda.
“It’s time to make up my own mind and decide if I think it’s time to break the law,” said Packham.
“No government, no major political party has ever significantly addressed the issue.”
“They haven’t been listening to us, the climate activists.
“If you’re an activist that’s already made the decision, that yes, you’re going to break the law – so long as no one is hurt, and there’s no lasting environmental damage – then you’ll have my support.”
“And personally, I think I’ve reached a point where I now consider it the ethically responsible thing to do.”
— Chris Packham (@ChrisGPackham) September 21, 2023
The irony of Packham using a state-owned outlet for his pro-crime campaign was not lost on many.
Only true dissidents appear on government-financed media and encourage people to commit crimes, with no fear of the consequences whatsoever. If you said the same about [insert policy], you'd be nicked. https://t.co/rCvZ4n4zQg
— Thunder At Twilight (@x3notrope) September 21, 2023
Many users on Twitter/X highlighted the hypocrisy in Packham’s message.
X user Bo called out Packham’s intentionally ambiguous comments.
“Genuine question, Chris – why do you never criticise companies like Pfizer or Unilever, all the Blackrock and Vanguard-owned companies that tip bns gallons of chemicals into our waters and seas, and use bns gallons of water to produce what they make,” Bo replied to Packham’s message.
“Why do you never criticize China India and Indonesia? The Cotton industry?
“The meat-free industry, that encourages the import of cashews, soy, coconut, grains, avocados and quinoa, decimating rainforest and displacing indigenous people and animals?
“Why don’t you call out the mining in Indonesia and the Congo done to create electric cars and energy alternatives?
“Why aren’t you down the Chinese embassy and the Indian embassy or calling for a boycott of all imports from these countries?
“This is the problem with your thinking.
“It’s one-sided and hypocritical,” Bo noted.
“You’re all like Mao’s 4 Pests campaign.
“You want things installed to solve a problem, without realizing your solutions are actually causing more problems for the environment and the planet.”
Genuine question, Chris – why do you never criticise companies like Pfizer or Unilever, all the Blackrock and Vanguard owned companies that tip bns gallons of chemicals in to our waters and seas, and use bns gallons of water to produce what they make. Why do you never criticise…
— Bo (@KingBobIIV) September 22, 2023