The radical environmental group behind a snap protest that brought peak hour traffic to a standstill is paying big bucks to promote its planned chaos.
Fireproof Australia activists blocked off city-bound lanes of the Spit Bridge on Sydney’s lower north shore on Tuesday before until were dragged from the road by police.
The group plans to cause more mayhem on Sydney’s roads on a weekly basis and is paying contractors up to $50 an hour to stick flyers to inner-city homes in a desperate attempt to boost its support base.
The lucrative incentive is funded by Climate Emergency Fund, a global group that supports activists who are transforming climate politics, according to its website.
The man behind Tuesday’s protest was recently jailed over his involvement in a coal train blockade.
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