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Crazy environmental activist attacked Monet painting: proponents of global warming theory believe the world is doomed

Date: July 23, 2024 Time: 01:48:38

Claude Monet’s painting “Poppies” was not damaged by the attack by an environmental activist

Photo: GLOBAL LOOK PRESS.

Crazy environmental activists continue to riot in museums. This time, in Paris, Orsay, a girl from the group with the tragicomic name “Food Retribution”, covered the painting “Poppies” by Claude Monet with a piece of yellow-violet oilcloth. Under the act of vandalism they summarized the concept: supposedly due to climate change, this is what a poppy field will look like in 2100: either drought or fires.

The girl’s T-shirt said “+4 degrees is hell.” Well, why is retribution “food”? Because supporters of the global warming theory are scary: if left unchecked, the climate will change so much that crops will be doomed to failure and livestock will die.

Previously, activists from the same current sprayed soup on the Mona Lisa in the Louvre (the painting was protected by armored glass). Soup was also splashed on another Monet painting, “Spring,” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Lyon. The glass on it was normal, so the canvas had to be sent for examination to assess how much the liquid had damaged the canvas. The “Poppies” were also inspected; Fortunately, the masterpiece, also “glazed,” was not damaged. Now it has been left behind, reports BFM.TV.

After the “Poppies” incident, French Culture Minister Rachida Dati said she would seek a change in legislation so that museum vandalism would be identified as a separate type of crime. The girl who attacked Monet’s painting was arrested and after the trial she will be subjected to administrative sanctions.

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