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Watch: CFACT Protesters ‘Glue’ Themselves to Egyptian Museum

By Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow

Left-wing climate protesters have been going nuts (more than usual) throwing soup on precious works of art and gluing themselves to things.

Not to be outdone, Marc Morano and I “glued” ourselves (well, watch the video) to a display case in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.

“No Net Zero! No Green Energy Mandates!” was the call of CFACT’s activists before we were (jokingly) escorted out by security.


The wave of lawlessness, trespass, and vandalism left-wing radicals have unleashed has become surreal.  Imagine throwing canned soup on Van Gogh paintings in London and Rome (as if poor Vincent didn’t torture himself enough).

When protesters identifying themselves as “scientists” recently glued themselves to the floor of a Volkswagen factory in Germany, they were shocked when workers turned off the lights and heat and denied them a bowl to use for a toilet.  Nothing “settled” about these idiots’ “science.”

Over the years CFACT has made quite a name for ourselves, not only for the outstanding scholarship and sound science the Left has come to fear, but for poking more than a little creative fun at clueless radicals who so richly deserve it.

“The human race has only one really effective weapon,” Mark Twain said, “and that is laughter.”

What better way to thwart our would-be leftist overlords than to laugh them off the stage?

For nature and people too!

P.S. President Biden is hoping his appearance at the UN climate summit in Egypt will somehow justify his disastrous policies that are blocking American energy production and transportation.  Thank you to everyone who had given so generously to make it possible for CFACT to blow the whistle on the destructive plans being unveiled in Sharm El Sheikh.  Please make the most generous gift you can right now and together let’s defeat the climate-Left with cold hard facts and then laugh them off the stage.  Thank you!

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