INSULATE BRITAIN has been mocked for their determination to “unleash hell” on British streets after over two weeks of protests.

GB News host Patrick Christys spoke to Insulate Britain spokesman Liam Norton on Monday afternoon. Mr Christys demanded to know what the eco group meant in their promise to “unleash hell”. Mr Christys joked that the group was going to unleash the Blitz after Mr Norton made reference to WW2.

Mr Norton said the group would continue to campaign to get a meaningful statement from the Government.

Mr Christys asked: “What does unleashing hell mean?”

Mr Norton said: “Here is what Robert Moritt, who is the chairman of a well-known eco-mob.

“He said climate change was the most formidable challenge humanity has had to face since World War 2.

“We understand what hell World War 2 was for human beings, don’t we.”

Mr Christys again questioned: “Yes, but what does it mean when you say you are going to unleash hell?

“What, are you going to unleash the Blitz?”

Mr Norton replied: “No what I am here to talk about is the hell that GB News should be talking about.

“It is the hell that is coming down the line for the people of this country if this climate change situation we face isn’t deal with.”

Mr Christys again asked what action Insulate Britain would be taking.

Mr Norton said: “We are going to keep the campaign going until we get a meaningful statement from the Government.

“A statement that we can trust that they are going to start to protect the British people.”

Despite the eco group’s intentions, their protests have sparked outrage from many Britons.

Footage has emerged of drivers furiously shouting at the protestors for protesting in the road.

Last week, video footage showed drivers physically lifting protesters and dragging them out of the road to ensure that an ambulance could get through.


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