Just Stop Oil has vowed to plague the UK with more climate change protests after accusing the Prime Minister of "genocide".
After Rishi Sunak outlined his net zero plans yesterday, the climate change group claimed that "democracy is broken, and we need action now".
It comes as the eco-warriors caused chaos across Britain with slow marches, which have been met by angry members of the public.
Writing on social media, the activists said: "While Rishi Sunak outlines out his latest net zero plan to ensure the deaths of millions, 6 supporters of Just Stop Oil had their case dismissed today after slow marching in May against new oil and gas.
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"It's time our unelected Prime Minister sees sense. Democracy is broken, and we need action now."
Just Stop Oil has faced backlash from those affected by disruption after members of the public pushed, shoved, shouted at and even drove their cars into the protesters over recent weeks.
The Prime Minister held a press conference yesterday as he set out how the Government needs to alter its net zero strategy to accommodate for the cost-of-living crisis.
Just Stop Oil blasted the Prime Minister's proposals and branded him "genocidal".
In response to a tweet by Liz Truss which discussed abolishing the Windfall Tax on oil and gas, the group said: "There are genocidal people operating in our political system.
"Genocidal. This tweet and Rishi Sunak's gaslighting speech will be used in criminal trials within the next 10 years."
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The Prime Minister's announcement also included bringing to an end "heavy-handed measures" to tax meat, discourage flying, sorting rubbish into seven bins, car sharing and expensive insulation upgrades.
MPs have also criticised Sunak for supposedly watering down the Government's net zero stance.
Shadow Environment Secretary Steve Reed also told GB News: "He is throwing away the biggest economic opportunity in the 21st century and that is for Britain to lead the world in the green economy."