Today’s News

Australia

Foul mouths, bad spellers, arrogant and ignorant of the science

NO SPELLING PLUS NO SCIENCE EQUALS ABUSE

The children in the students’ strike for “action” on global warming have poor  spelling and less science. One interviewed by Junkee makes a string of false claims: “Soon, there could be no such thing as Antarctica… There could be no such thing as polar bears. There are islands disappearing.” That explains the inevitable resort to abuse. Look.

America

France

 

APPARENTLY THESE PROTESTS ARE ABOUT ‘FUEL PRICES’…
the country has been invaded, their leader has sold them out, the streets are full of absolute filth, there’s grotty disease and rat infested shanty towns in the city streets, there’s police every few spaces in case of a terrorist attack and there’s growing no go zones… IMAGINE IF THESE PEOPLE WOKE UP!

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Seems a new French revolution has begun.

Which has spread to Brussels.

Hopefully a Europe wide revolution.

The time is now.

Trump Stands His Ground on Climate Change at G20 Summit

Delingpole: G20 ‘Kowtows’ to Trump – Avoids Climate Change

Delingpole: G20 ‘Kowtows’ to Trump – Avoids Climate Change

Watch—Emmanuel Macron Complains to Saudi Crown Prince: ‘You Never Listen to Me’

Watch—Emmanuel Macron Complains to Saudi Crown Prince: ‘You Never Listen to Me’

7 Pieces of Fake News About the Latest U.S. Climate Report

Globalist Macron Threatens ‘Tropical Trump’ over Climate Change

President Donald Trump and other heads of state react to Mexico's President Enrique Pena Neto, throwing his hands up, being the last one to arrive for the family photo at the G20 summit, Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Members of the Group of 20 nations concluded their two-day summit on Saturday, announcing agreement on trade priorities, including reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO).

But only 19 of those nations wanted to confirm their commitment to the Paris climate change agreement, with President Donald Trump sticking by his decision to withdraw the United States from the accord.