Climate terrorists pour black liquid over Klimt painting at Leopold Museum in Vienna
· Nov 15, 2022 ·

The latest attack on art comes from Austria, where climate activists have attempted to deface Gustav Klimt's "Death and Life" at a museum in Vienna.

If these climate loons have taught us anything, it's that these museum security guards can't do anything.

The first man, who begins yelling, doesn't have the chance to glue himself to the painting.

However, while the first man is being detained you can see the second guy gluing himself to the artwork because he knows there are no consequences.

According to the Daily Mail, this time it appears the work of art may have been actually damaged. Typically, the paintings are behind glass and nothing is hurt. But we aren't sure how much damage was done to Klimt's masterpiece.

Two members of the group 'Last Generation' threw the dye over the 1915 painting before one proceeded to glue himself to the glass protecting the masterpiece.

A security guard at the museum managed to restrain one of the activists before police arrived at the site.

Museum staff are now concerned that Klimt's painting could have been damaged in the protest.

'Restorers are working to determine whether the painting protected by glass has been damaged,' the museum's spokesman Klaus Pokorny said.

The 'Last Generation' group defended the protest, saying in a tweet that they were protesting 'oil and gas drilling,' which they called 'a death sentence to society.'

These whiny European brats destroy priceless works of art that represent Western culture while simultaneously pushing to end oil and gas, the only thing keeping the world (especially the non-Western world) alive.

The climate terror movement is anti-human.

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