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Morning traffic jams, wild scenes: climate activists blocked another road on Monday – and are already announcing the next action.

“Nothing works anymore!” It was said from 8 am on the Nibelungen bridge in Linz in the direction of Urfahr. The Austrian offshoot of the “Last Generation” initiative brought traffic to a standstill on the street. After less than an hour, the protest was completely dissolved.

The peaceful demonstration was overshadowed by an ugly incident: workers attacked environmentalists.

Jelena Saf was the last activist to be pulled from the road. “Today” was there. In an interview, Saf describes the concerns of the organization and looks to the future:

“There were five of us sitting in the street this morning, three people were glued together.” The action is a protest “against the destructive fossil path of government”. “At the moment, we’re heading for climate hell at 130 km/h,” says Saf. “In a few years there will also be famines, droughts and wars in Europe, including here in Austria.”

“In a few years there will also be famines, droughts and wars in Europe, including here in Austria.” Climate activist Jelena Saf

Something needs to be done, emphasizes the activist and calls it a “very simple, cheap and necessary security measure”: Chancellor Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) and Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler (Greens) must finally switch to the 130 motorway to 100 kilometers per hour. “That could save us several million liters of fuel a year.”

But: “The government does not seem to have this crisis under control”, criticizes the representative of the “Last Generation”. “We give her help, we explain to her what is needed.”

“The government obviously doesn’t have this crisis under control. We help, we explain what is needed.”

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Has regular protest become normal for the people? “I don’t think it’s normal,” says Saf. “We also have to get out of normalcy.” That’s exactly what demonstrations are for: “To wake people up and tell them, Hey! Something’s got to happen.”

She herself has two younger sisters. “And I want them to have a chance at a good life, at survival,” said the environmentalist.

Are Schütt campaigns in art galleries effective? “For years we’ve signed petitions, we’ve voted, we’ve marched by the tens of thousands with ‘Fridays for Future,’ and it just hasn’t happened enough.” According to Saf, the climate crisis was never the number one problem. Emotions can be evoked with actions in museums and on the streets.

“For years, we’ve signed petitions, we’ve voted, we’ve gone to tens of thousands of ‘Fridays for Future’ rallies. And it just doesn’t happen enough.”

Back on the road soon

When asked when the next urgent sign of environmental protection will be set, Jelena Saf responds succinctly: “I can’t give you an exact time horizon, but we’ll be back on the road soon.” Postscript: “Unless the government finally caves.”

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