A Guide to HS2 Goons 🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️

Part 1: Carrots 🥕🥕🥕🥕

Dressed all in orange, these creatures travel in packs around HS2 compounds following the signal of the Green Helmet Carrot without question, who in turn receives instruction from an unseen leader.

If they encounter you in the wild they will likely freeze, ask you to leave and signal the Green Helmet. Threatened with suspension after we got in too many heads, they are unlikely to engage you in any meaningful conversation. At places such as Denham Country Park, where violence by HS2’s NET is rife, they have brought in carrots who do not speak English as a first language to keep them from interacting with protestors.

See the carrots are mostly just like you and me, normal people thrust into a Strange Environment by factors beyond their control. Many lost jobs due to corona virus and the collapse of the events industry. For a low wage, they now stand around and witness Ecocide.

But don’t let your guard down completely, some rotten carrots have been known to become violent, and theyre not going to step in to help you when the NET start assaulting, no matter how many times they tell you they’re there for your health and safety.

Next in the Series: The NET (National Eviction Team)

Series by @disorganisedcriminal


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