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Murderer’ and ‘Ecocidal Pyromaniac’: Extreme Environmental Group Alleges Responsibility for Disrupting Murkowski Event

An extreme ​environmentalist group disrupted a ⁤gala where Alaska GOP Sen. Lisa ‍Murkowski‌ was to receive honors, accusing her of being ⁤a “murderer” and an “ecocidal pyromaniac.” ​The group Climate Defiance posted a ​video of the incident, claiming ⁤responsibility for interrupting the event and ⁢criticizing Murkowski’s support for oil-related projects, including the Willow Project. ‍The Climate Defiance group disrupted a gala‍ honoring Alaska GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski, calling her a “murderer” and “ecocidal pyromaniac.” They⁤ shared a video of the incident and criticized Murkowski’s backing of oil projects like the Willow Project.

A fanatical environmentalist group claimed it wrecked a gala at which Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski was to be honored by a major oil company and called her a “murderer” and an “ecocidal pyromaniac.”

A video posted by the group Climate Defiance, a self-proclaimed “youth-led group using direct action to resist fossil fuels,” showed people storming a stage and tussling with other participants at the event.

“We just shut down a gala honoring U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski,” the group tweeted. “Murkowski is a murderer. She incinerates us to enrich her cronies. As Chevron’s top lobbyist gave her an award, we stepped in and stopped the ceremony. Respect us or expect us.”

“Murkowski brands herself as a moderate but in truth she is an ecocidal pyromaniac. She fought tooth and nail to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to big oil. Is nothing sacred? Is nothing sacred?” they continued.

“Murkowski played a lead role in persuading Biden to approve the Willow Project. This monstrosity will transport 200,000 barrels of oil every single day. This is hideous. This is cruel and barbaric beyond description,” they added.

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) consists of 19,286,722 acres in northeastern Alaska. Polar bears, grizzly bears, and American black bears reside within the Refuge, along with moose, caribou, wolves, and foxes. In August 2020, the Department of opened 1.5 million acres of the coastal plain for drilling, less than 1% of the area of the ANWR. On January 20, 2021, President Biden, on his first day in office, implemented a moratorium on oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


Referring to the coastal plain, the U.S. Geological Survey has reported, “Technically recoverable oil within the ANWR 1002 area (excluding State and Native areas) is estimated to be between 4.3 and 11.8 billion barrels (95- and 5-percent probability range), with a mean value of 7.7 billion barrels.”

“Total petroleum imports into the United States amounted to 8.5 million barrels per day in 2023,” Statista reported.

If 7.7 billion barrels could be retrieved from the ANWR, that would constitute importation of 8.5 million barrels for 905 years, assuring American energy independence for nearly a millennium.

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One Comment

  1. Climate Defiance should be branded a terrorist group and dealt with accordingly.

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