Insulate Britain spokesperson labels himself 'hypocrite' in interview
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Liam Norton appeared on TalkRADIO and was interviewed by presenter Cristo Foufas about Insulate Britain’s protests which have brought traffic to a standstill over the past four weeks. Mr Foufas grilled the climate change activist on his disruptions and asked why he was asking everyone else to insulate their homes when his flat was not. Mr Norton strangely admitted he was a hypocrite and sarcastically told the station he did not care about insulating homes in a bizarre interview that confused listeners.
Speaking on TalkRADIO, Mr Foufas demanded to know why the electrician had not insulated his £360,000 London flat despite telling the country they needed to insulate theirs.
Mr Norton bluntly replied: “[It’s] because I’m a hypocrite.”
Mr Foufas exclaimed “that would be the accusation” levelled towards Mr Norton and wanted to know how he would respond to that.
The eco-activist childishly delivered a one-word “yeah” reply as the radio host continued to push Mr Norton for an answer.
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The TalkRADIO presenter then wanted to know how Mr Norton would back up his claim that “millions of people losing their lives through slaughter and starvation”.
Again, Mr Norton delivered a sarcastic: “I know, I’m terrible aren’t I?”
Later on in the interview, Mr Norton said: “I don’t particularly care about insulation.”
Listeners were confused at Mr Norton’s new media tactic after he experienced several disasters on huge media platforms over the past few weeks.
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In another interview with Mr Foufas last week, Mr Norton compared the presenter to Hitler because he sympathised with the Government who was not doing anything to tackle climate change.
Mr Norton also appeared on Good Morning Britain and walked off after it was revealed his home was not insulated.
In another interview with LBC, Mr Norton was caught out by Nick Ferrari after the host pointed out Sir David King, who Mr Norton had repeatedly quoted and backed, once said diesel cars were better for the environment.
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Later on in his recent TalkRADIO interview, Mr Norton said he was “mystified” at how he and his fellow activists have escaped punishment.
He explained; “We’re just as mystified as the rest of the British public as to why Priti Patel hasn’t put us into prison.
“She’s got the ability to remand us into prison for public nuisance, criminal damage, and the British people should be asking why they haven’t chosen to do that, as we’re just as mystified as anyone else.”
Insulate Britain have blocked motorways and have now moved onto more London locations to force the Government to address climate change more.
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