Today, one would have to live in a hermetically sealed sensory deprivation tank to avoid being aware of extreme anxiety in society around the world. This fear has been fueling for more than a decade, but we now seem to be approaching the apex of her extremity. And if this is not the height of social unrest, I shudder to think where we're going from here!
See also: 10 Most Extreme and Most Terrible Protests
Disagreements over President Trump's election and leadership, climate change, globalization and even the right to freedom of expression are raising social concerns to a level high Mass hysteria borders. And with these rising levels, we see an escalation in both the number and the extreme nature of public protest.
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0 Peanut butter on cars
When Christina Ferguson had a meeting in Wisconsin that she thought was a pro-Trump meeting, she came up with a brilliant idea: smearing peanut butter on the cars of the evil Trump fans. Most likely drunk, she first entered the compound and shouted abuse at the meeting visitors before distributing low-salt, smooth peanut butter to around 30 cars in the parking lot. However, it turned out that the meeting was actually for a local Environmental Protection Association and they were not too pleased with the act of political vandalism, even if it was for other people. The police caught up with Miss Ferguson, who licked her fingers angrily and refused to participate. When it was pointed out that the group was not for Trump, she admitted and admitted to doing so because "she loved Hillary Clinton and hated Donald Trump." 
9 Palestinian Blue People
In an attempt to replenish their disagreements about the Palestinian-Israeli border wall, the Palestinians wore a blue face and put on the Na'vi clothing from the movie Avatar. They believe that the barrier is a land grab of Israel and that their own plight corresponds to that of the fictitious people. In response, the Israelis fumigated the demonstrators with tear gas. Needless to say, there was no positive outcome for the men in blue. The movie Avatar was released in 2009 and even surpassed Titanic as the highest grossing film of all time. 
8 Barnyard protests
In 2009, they protested against falling prices of dairy products and increased quotas limits by the European Union, farmers drove their agricultural equipment to Brussels and protested , The farmers not only bombarded the police with eggs and other agricultural products, but also burned hay and tires. But maybe the most bizarre element of all was Milk Cannons. Before arriving in the city millions of liters of milk were spilled on the fields. This is not the first time that farmers in the city have been protesting so much, and it is not likely to be the last time, at least not until Brussels finally closes its doors, as the last member state leaves the union. 
7 Scrotum Protest
There is no good way to describe it. Let's just do it this way: Pjotr Pawlenski, a Russian performance artist, decided to nail his testicles to the cobblestones in Red Square in Moscow to protest the government's crackdown on political dissidents. Pavlensky also sewed his lips and wrapped himself naked in a cocoon of barbed wire. Not surprisingly, his protests have fallen on deaf ears. In a bizarre twist, Burger King, a fast-food company and political activist, decided to make two burgers in his honor: one that depicts a burnt roll (which is a fire test made by Pavlensky) and one that has been burned with one Pierced egg and a skewer. 
Where would we be without the intellectual giants of the Twittersphere who give us their vital opinions every day? A group of supporters of President Trump decided to protest in his favor with two popular icons of pop culture: Twitter and Starbucks. The plan came after a Starbucks employee refused to serve a Trump supporter. To participate in the protest, you just had to go to Starbucks and say your name is "Trump" (forcing the staff to write the name on a cup) and wait. If you got rejected, video it and twitter it with #TrumpCup. Ironically, the protest has done more for Starbucks as the demonstrators apparently had to pay for their coffee. #Oops. 
5 Thailand Blood Protest
In Thailand, protesters in support of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2010 opted for a rather cruel protest: they wanted to dispose of 264 gallons (1,000 liters) of people outside the government building. Nurses each took a few teaspoons of blood from the demonstrators and the extractions were pooled in large bottles. These were then thrown to the ground, which was not only terrible to look at, but also incredibly risky from a health point of view. The protest finally triggered its own protest in the form of the Red Cross, which said it was unhygienic and incredibly wasteful if the blood could have been used. Medical professionals were required to clean up and disinfect the area. 
4 Extinction Rebellion Red
Looks like something that stems directly from a scene in Stanley Kubrick's ] Eyes Wide Shut crossed with The Handmaid's Tale Extinction Rebellion is a protest group of middle-aged people, founded in 2018 by two British environmental and animal rights activists with the primary purpose of civil disobedience, forcing governments to implement their plans to combat climate change stopping on earth, ending consumerism and, perhaps ironically, avoiding the risk of social collapse. The group has a frighteningly fascistic-looking logo that symbolizes a circled hourglass representing the fact that the end is near.
Their "red" rebellion groups have participated in a series of protests against capitalism or consumer protection, even last Friday Black Friday, as they drove a coffin through the streets of Vancouver, Canada, to protest against the purchase of items ( With the exception of red robes, black coffins and the iPhones needed to tweet their protests). They sprayed hundreds of gallons of fake blood into the British Ministry of Finance recently (from a fire engine) in protest of money. 
3 Glued to the Road
Here's one more from the Extinction Rebellion Group! Once again, the members hoped to force politicians to implement the group's CO2 reduction policy. They walked the streets of London and clung to the streets and a variety of banks and trains. The goal of the exercise is to block roads and bridges and cause as much disruption as possible. While it worked in the sense that it caused trouble to the people, their protests were completely ignored by the rulers. One hundred and thirty-five demonstrators were arrested in London for their difficulties, and similar protests in New Zealand led to another thirty being arrested. No charges have been filed, so you can assume that in the near future or until the demonstrators win Darwin Awards, which is surprisingly not yet done. 
2 Golden Chill
Heather Cassils is a transgender performance artist and personal trainer from Canada who, after hearing that President Trump has lifted Obama's policy on the transfusion of bathrooms, has decided to collect all of his urine golden shower sexual activities in bottles to fill a 200 gallon tank in the Ronald Feldman Gallery. The act (both art and protest) received as much praise from the mainstream media as the artist received internationally acclaimed awards. It has been classified as "brave" as well as "powerful". Heather sometimes works with another group of artists called Toxic Titties, also featured in Lady Gaga's music video "Telephone." 
1 Laser Blast
A dance troupe named Young Boy Dancing Group challenges gender and sexuality by lolling with laser light in the assholes on the floor. Honestly, I can not believe I'm writing that, but here we are: It's 2019 and this is the world we live in. What the group wants to achieve is not clear, but they certainly do their best.
A reporter who was present at a performance described them as follows: "[The] The performance quickly became a total mess of Enya's" Only Time. [. . . Y] You did not live until you saw how fluorescent laser light from a disco ball, the source of a guy's asshole, was broken in a million different directions. "