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Extinction Rebellion idiots will hold ‘mass’ protest against King Charles at Windsor Castle but he won’t even be there

ECO rabble Extinction Rebellion will stage a mass occupation outside Windsor Castle to protest against the King — even though he is a green campaigner.

Climate activists are targeting the Royal Family’s estate with the three-day demo, claiming it is the “embodiment of a broken and unjust system”.

Extinction Rebellion will stage a mass occupation outside Windsor Castle to protest against the King
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The King will not even be at Windsor Castle during the protest because he will be spending his summer holiday at Balmoral in Scotland[/caption]

But Charles, 75, has fought on environmental issues for 50 years — and Prince William, who lives on the estate, runs a £50million Earthshot Prize for innovations to save the planet.

The King will not even be at Windsor Castle during the protest because he will be spending his summer holiday at Balmoral in Scotland.

Extinction Rebellion says its occupation of Windsor Great Park is to urge the King to do yet more on green issues.

But the protest, called Upgrade Democracy, will not specifically target the King or any individual, it claims.

Catherine Bartlett, of Extinction Rebellion UK, said in a rambling press release yesterday: “Windsor Castle has been chosen as an embodiment of a broken and unjust system where our message will resonate powerfully.

“The general election has neither fixed our broken system nor addressed the urgent action needed to tackle the climate and nature emergency.

“Aristocrats, oligarchs and corporate interests have infected and distorted our politics and media for their own benefit and at our expense.

“Our politics is failing us from top to bottom.

“It’s time for a democratic upgrade.

“We demand better at all levels; from the head of state to local councils but our central demand is for a Citizens’ Assembly on Climate and Ecological Justice, which is needed more urgently now than ever before.”


However, Windsor Great Park has been practising sustainable land use for hundreds of years.

And the Crown Estate has a commitment to hit Net Zero carbon emissions by 2030.

The King and Queen will visit the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff on Thursday to mark its 25th anniversary.

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