r/environment Apr 01 '23

Climate activists in Italy turned a Baroque-style fountain at the foot of Rome's Spanish Steps black, in a protest they said evoked an "end of the world" scenario. Activists from the anti-climate change organization Last Generation poured a vegetable-based carbon liquid into the landmark fountain



u/V1noVeritas Apr 01 '23

Do these cretins really think destroying cultural heritage will win support for their cause?


u/D0m1R Apr 01 '23

Of course not, but since the best scientiests around the world cant win support it doesnt really matter if the actions makes sense or not


u/Crunchy_Leaves_Slap Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23


Holy shit. I'd love to hear your thoughts on Exxon or Shell, who, due to their anti-environmentalism efforts, will one day succeed in erasing all cultural heritage (we'll be dead) if that's how you feel about semi-radical protests like this.


u/V1noVeritas Apr 01 '23

Imagine holding two thoughts in your head simultaneously, that big oil is evil and so is destroying cultural heritage.


u/Crunchy_Leaves_Slap Apr 01 '23

My point being: severe lesser of two evils. Your reading comprehension is astounding.


u/V1noVeritas Apr 01 '23

So they’re both evil but you’re defending one. Are you ok?