U.S. President Donald Trump has weighed in on the growing chaos in Emmanuel Macron’s France, calling it “very sad” and suggesting it is time the scrap the Paris climate agreement and “return money back to the people in the form of lower taxes”.
Macron, who has became a hero to left-liberals and something of a globalist poster boy after he bucked a populist surge on both sides of the Atlantic to win the French presidency, saw his poll rating crumble to 18 percent and his people out on the streets in their tens of thousands after he imposed a “green” fuel tax which fell heavily on rural people and the working class.
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Riots have been raging across the city for the last few weeks as anger about the high cost of living and increased fuel taxes threaten to topple Emmanuel Macron’s Government.
Shocking scenes today saw riot cops confronting the so-called Gilet Jaunes – after the high-vis yellow vests they have worn.
But one particular video has caused a stir after it was posted on social media.
It shows heavily armoured vehicles driving into the city as small fires – lit by furious protesters – rage around them.
We were all taught how photosynthesis works in high school… or at least you should have been taught how it works. Photosynthesis is arguably the single most important metabolic process on the planet, and it is from this process that nearly all complex life is sustained.
Photosynthesis is a process by which plants produce metabolic energy. Using this energy combined with elemental materials pulled from air and soil, they build tree trunks, food crops, leaves, pollen, seeds, stems and everything you’ve come to associate with living plants. Even alga use photosynthesis to grow and divide, which is why microalgae such as spirulina require sunlight to flourish.
Photosynthesis is the foundation of most food webs on the planet. Any rational scientist would agree that if photosynthesis were halted, nearly all recognizable life on planet Earth would be exterminated. This is inarguable.
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Hong Kong’s securities regulator has fined a George Soros-controlled fund for compliance failures in the short selling trade. In China’s autonomous region, the billionaire is synonymous with excessive shorting activities.
Regular shorting is a market position motivated by the belief that a security’s price will decline, enabling it to be bought back at a lower price to make a profit. Naked shorting is an illegal practice of short trading that refers to selling shares that have not been affirmatively determined to exist. Naked shorting takes place when investors sell shorts associated with shares that they do not possess and have not confirmed their ability to possess.
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95 per cent of speed cameras in one area of France have been completely destroyed as part of the ‘yellow vest’ anti-government protest movement.
According to Le Point, almost all speed cameras in Puy-de-Dôme, a region in central France, have been taped over, broken or burned.
“In the Puy-de-Dôme, 21 of the 22 speed cameras are out of service at the moment,” states the report, adding that some were shot out while others were “covered with a symbolic yellow vest.”
In France, motorists are required by law to have two high visibility jackets in their vehicle at all times, highlighting the onerous control citizens are subject to by the state.
Repair of speed cameras usually costs around 500 euros, but if the whole system has to be replaced it can cost up to 80,000 euros. The cameras were destroyed despite the threat of vandals facing 5 years in prison and large fines.
RIOTERS torched cars and hurled flares at cops to mark the tenth anniversary of a ‘police brutality’ killing.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched through Athens in tribute to 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos, who was gunned down by officers in 2008.
Whenever a landmark report on climate change is published, the stories written about it often focus on the calamitous projections that inaction will mean for the Earth in future decades. This inevitably spurs debates about how much contemporary society should care about alarming consequences that many people may not live long enough to experience. But this way of framing the problem misses the point, many scientists say.
“This isn’t necessarily a future problem. It will get worse, but it’s already here. Every continent, every ocean has been impacted already by climate change,” Ilissa Ocko, a climate scientist at Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), told Yahoo News
Scientists like Ocko stress that climate change is already displacing communities, destroying infrastructure, harming public health and burdening the global economy. And air pollution, which accelerates global warming, kills seven million people every year, according to the World Health Organization.
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The mother of one of the Austrian teenagers dubbed ‘jihadi pin-up poster girls’ after they joined ISIS in Syria, is suing the government for letting them leave the country.
Sabina Selimovic was just 15 when she left Vienna with her 16-year-old friend Samra Kesinovic in April 2014, and both are believed to have died in Syria.
Sabina’s mother Senada Selimovic says border guards should have stopped the teenagers from travelling to Turkey, from where they crossed the border into Syria.
In 2015, a United Nations official revealed a girl ‘of Bosnian origin from Austria’ – believed to be Sabina Selimovic – died in fighting in Syria.
Bulgaria has become the latest nation to reject the United Nations’ controversial “migration pact” joining the US, Australia, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Israel and Poland.
“Bulgaria will not join a United Nations accord on regulating the treatment of migrants worldwide and would not attend the conference marking its formal adoption in Morocco next week, its centre-right government decided on Wednesday,” Reuters reports.
The pact reportedly seeks to make immigration a “human right” and “criminalize criticism of migration” as “hate speech.”
The government of Belgium is currently “teetering on the brink of collapse” as a result of their ruling party saying they would back the pact.
Mexico’s new left-wing president on Wednesday said his relationship with President Trump is “good” and promised the two will talk about immigration soon.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, popularly known as “AMLO,” is expected by many to become a vocal critic of the Trump administration and come into conflict on immigration issues.
A caravan of about 7,000 migrants is currently residing in Mexico’s border cities, causing financial strain and social problems, while the U.S. remains slow in processing asylum application and detains anyone attempting to cross the border illegally.