The Cambridge-educated eco-zealot, who shot to fame after crying on the M25 gantry as part of the Just Stop Oil protest, has released a new “performative” environmental song in which she cries for almost five minutes.
Activist Louise Harris, 25, a would-be vegan pop star from Harpenden, has received official support for her latest track titled ‘We Tried’ from Just Stop Oil, who retweeted her post in which she warned: ‘This is what will happen if we don’t do thisit now.
Harris, who once compared herself to a prisoner of war after fans threw drinks at her after she stormed the pitch during a Premier League match, also shared a link to a GoFundMe page for her 2024 album ‘Climate’.
In it, he explains that he needs to raise £20,000 to record six songs that “could mobilize millions of people in the climate movement” and to do so he cannot “waste time at a dead end job just to pay the bills.” ‘
The video appears after prolonged demonstrations by the eco-group, which forced the capital’s police to make over 500 arrests in just 12 days.
Just Stop Oil activist Louise Harris, 25, a would-be vegan pop star from Harpenden, has released a new music video in which she cries into the camera
She had previously filmed herself crying on the M25 motorway, where she defied an order to close it
Harris also shared a link to a GoFundMe page for her 2024 album Climate, where she hopes to raise £20,000
Harris has previously compared her campaign to Irish rebels fighting for independence from British claims and claims she has been arrested five times for her efforts.
Last year, she was ridiculed on social media for crying on a crane over the UK’s busiest motorway, declaring: ‘You can hate me for this. I’m here because I have no future.
She and other activists spent a month at HMP Wandsworth awaiting their hearing.
Describing her activism on her GoFundMe page, Harris described how she wanted her song “to be a wake-up call to anyone who’s just going about their regular life.”
However, since publishing her appeal online, some have ridiculed her and accused her of being a “beggar”.
Referring to the replies to her post on X, one person said: “As parodies go, this is funny!” Great job, honey.
Another said: “Another beggar. Get a job to pay for your album.
One person said the footage of Harris crying directly into the camera bordered on ridiculous.
They said, “Seriously, is this supposed to be a joke? Members of the Just Stop Oil doomsday cult seem to be getting weirder and weirder.
Since publishing his fundraising appeal, Harris has been widely ridiculed online
The prolific activist was also spared jail in the summer of 2020 for trying to tie herself to the goal posts during Tottenham Hotspur’s clash with West Ham
Harris has previously been accused of hypocrisy after photos of her posing next to a 2009 Fiat Punto powered by unleaded fuel appeared online.
Just Stop Oil is so opposed to gas cars that its members destroy gas stations to prevent people from filling up, and block refineries.
Many other social media posts also claim she is behind the wheel – or a passenger – of the same car, including this year when she attended the Just Stop Oil protests, even though it is fueled by gasoline.
Ms Harris compared the yellow Punto to the vehicle made famous by The Inbetweeners because it has red doors.
In one post, in which she stands next to Fiat, she says: “I am officially the #1 fan of this show, f**k you other wannabes. Unfortunately there is NO tape recorder.
The prolific activist was also spared jail for attempting to tie herself to the goal posts during Tottenham Hotspur’s home match against West Ham in 2022 while wearing one of the group’s trademark orange shirts, Just Stop Oil.
Reflecting on the recent incident, the activist – who calls herself a “pop singer-songwriter” – allied herself with rebels during the Irish War of Independence.
It is estimated that 2,346 people died or were killed as a result of the grueling War of Independence that took place between 1919 and 1921.
Just Stop Oil campaigner Louise Harris, 24, stands next to the petrol Fiat Punto she apparently drives
In a Facebook post, she declared that “we must learn from history” to prevent rebel-style executions of climate activists
Harris – who posts songs on YouTube, including a smartly edited music video titled “Dating me is like a Cambridge term” – allegedly realized her climate activism had similarities to the conflict while on holiday in Ireland
In a Facebook post, she declared that “we must learn from history” to prevent rebel-style executions of climate activists. Mrs. Harris even said that if the time came, she would go to war “to save the human race.” However, she followed this opinion by admitting that “war is terrible” and she would prefer “to be part of peaceful civil resistance instead.”
The demonstrator also posted songs on YouTube, including a skillfully edited music video titled “Dating me is like a term Cambridge.”
Lyrics include: A date with me is like a Cambridge term. By week five, you are completely burnt out, emotionally damaged, and suicidal.