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‘Rhetoric’ of climate protesters ’empty and meaningless’

Spectator Australia columnist Alexandra Marshall says climate protesters’ rhetoric is “so empty and meaningless”, they feel the need to pull stunts such as gluing their hands to paintings in British museums.

“It’s basically attention-seeking,” Ms Marshall told Sky News host Rowan Dean. 

“They’re such a useless part of our society.”

Spectator Australia columnist Alexandra Marshall says climate protesters’ rhetoric is “so empty and meaningless”, they feel the need to pull stunts such as gluing their hands to paintings in British museums.

“It’s basically attention-seeking,” Ms Marshall told Sky News host Rowan Dean.

“They’re such a useless part of our society.”

Spectator Australia columnist Alexandra Marshall says climate protesters’ rhetoric is “so empty and meaningless”, they feel the need to pull stunts such as gluing their hands to paintings in British museums.

“It’s basically attention-seeking,” Ms Marshall told Sky News host Rowan Dean.

“They’re such a useless part of our society.”

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