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Climate Protestors Lose Control Of Their ‘Blood Hose’ – Extinction Rebellion

The plan of activists climate change to spray fake blood on the Treasury has not taken off to the best start.

Dressed in an outfit funerals were held on the vehicle – which had a banner reading “Stop funding climate death” of his side – both demonstrators criticized the military role of the UK in the Middle East and investments UK in companies that cause major fossil fuel emissions, and urged others to rebel.

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They splashed the main building of HM Treasury on Horse Guards Road London for a few seconds until they lost control of the pipe, flooding a bystander and more spray activists other than 1800 liters of organic liquid containing beetroot gushed wildly in the street. After about 15 minutes dozens of police arrived and arrested four militants, saying to watch them until they can be returned safely from the vehicle.
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Mark Ovland, one of the protesters, said he was willing to be imprisoned for action. “It takes a real revival in terms of the money spent by the government,” he said from the top of the non-board pumper. “Decisions taken in this building going towards a future not. We fund billions in subsidies for fossil fuels and carbon-intensive projects, and we just need to rethink if we are in grave “.

After the scale has happened more than an hour later, the militants have voluntarily climbed down and were taken away by officers. As he was escorted to a police van, 83 years old Phil Kingston said the fact the Treasury was “terrible things.”

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Cathy Eastburn, another protester, said she frogmarched into a police vehicle that his children did not have a future if the policies that have “devastating consequences” on the environment continued to be pursued.

“They must stop financing projects that cause more global warming and this means that we do not have a future for our children,” she said. “All children worldwide have no future if we continue to do so. ”

The group said the UK remained the largest fossil fuel subsidies provider in the EU and highlighted a recent report by a Commons committee who said the government credit agency, the UK Export Finance, undermining international climate and the country’s development goals.

“UKEF of support for energy from fossil fuels is too high with the majority of investments in projects in countries with low and middle income,” it read. “The risk of locking them in to high carbon dependency for decades to come”

The Metropolitan Police said a total of eight people were arrested on suspicion of criminal damage; Five men aged between 34 and 83, and three women aged between 34 and 60. He confirmed that the fire engine was seized and removed after the force was called to the scene just before 10:20.

He said there were no reported injuries and the local road closures were in place while the Police handled the incident. A defender said he “took his hat” to the militants. “We must all make sacrifices, whether as an activist or a person in order to save our planet and keep livable for our children,” said Robert Possnett, who was convicted of acting in a disorderly manner this year a public meeting.

However, a witness criticized the action, in which the liquid was sprayed powerfully on a path, saying, “You idiots, you put everyone in danger. ” The event comes before an “international rebellion” of two weeks from Monday. The rebels said they extinction “peacefully occupy the centers of power and shut” until governments act on the climate emergency. “Take two weeks off,” read a leaflet distributed.

A spokesman for the Treasury said: “The UK is a world leader on climate change – have reduced emissions by 42% between 1990 and 2017, while the growth of the economy over two thirds. “In June, we became the first major economy to legislate to end our contribution to world war

Storm Area 51- They Can’t Stop All of Us – UFO fans gather in Nevada

In the last of the strange and crazy on the Internet, a Facebook event entitled “Storm Zone 51, they can not stop all” went viral. Over 1.3 million people have indicated that they are going to this event joke 3 pm on September 20 to organize a joint invasion of the military base and finally “see foreigners. ”

Local residents are “preparing for the worst” fans Viral Storm Area 51 Facebook event down on a town near the secret military base. The event could become a disaster that people struggling with difficult conditions in Nevada without proper preparation, they warned.

Local officials have already signed emergency declarations in response to the event, and local residents warned people not to come. But the event is still likely to prove popular, leading people to take precautions against anything that might happen.

At least two people were arrested by members of the local sheriff to a door at Area 51 in Nevada after about 75 people gathered at the site Friday morning.

A rally weekend is going on in the desert after an Internet hoax released in June invited people to “storm” the military installation once secret. The place is the center of the popular traditions of the foreign government studies the life and extraterrestrial space.

In June, 20 Matty Roberts, a student from Bakersfield, California, posted a tongue in cheek event on Facebook.

The name of the Facebook event was “Storm Zone 51, they can not stop all”. The plan, as the name suggests, was to load the base sufficient to bypass security.

Once inside the facility, the supposed secrets lurk within – the alien technology and research clandestine government – could finally be disclosed to the public. “Let’s see them foreigners,” the description of the event said, though casually.

A few days after its launch, the event has become a viral sensation, making headlines around the world.

Because the base is a classified military installation, nobody knows what is happening there. His goal has always been to “advance science and military technology and faster than any other foreign power is in the world,” Ms Jacobsen said. Her veil of secrecy led others to different conclusions.


“The basis remains a black box that no one can enter, it has become a kind of Rorschach test for whatever you want to believe.

A YouTuber Was Arrested While Trying To Enter Area 51

Sorry everyone, but we will not be storming Area 51, and we will not listen to dub-step music in the desert for two days because the Alien Stock Music Festival has been canceled.

Matty Roberts, creator of Storm Area 51’s Facebook page and founder of Alien Stock, withdrew from the event as he feared a “humanitarian crisis”, saying festival organizers resembled Fyre Festival 2.0.

This news comes a few weeks before the event date of September 20 and has pushed many people to say “oh, my god!” According to some, the event will always run on a much smaller scale than originally planned.

Connie West, owner of a local bar, told KVVU-TV: “I’m going to do it at my size” because she had already committed to being part of the event and taking tourists to the desert is always a good thing for business. who are trying to survive off the auroras of the Desert Zone 51.

But not everyone seemed to understand the message, as news of two Dutch YouTubers arrested for attempting to enter US Air Force Base 51 in Area 51 was announced.

YouTuber, known as “Ties”, was arrested with a friend of more than 750,000 people after trying to access the restricted base. It seems that the two men had made a trip to the southwest and made the wrong decision to try to live their fantasies.

The services of the Lincoln County Sheriff have urged people to change their plans. Instead, they have been attending an EDM festival in Las Vegas instead of trying to storm Area 51, but they are still expecting more and more people to arrive in the next few days and weeks. The two Dutch YouTubers told the authorities that they were fluent in English and had simply ignored the multiple “No Trespassing” signs leading to the US Air Force Base.

Fruitlands: A Utopian Community

After visiting Brook Farm and finding it almost worldly by their standards, Bronson Alcott (Louisa May’s father) and Charles Lane founded the Fruitlands Commune in June 1843 in Harvard, Massachusetts.

Structured around the British reformist model, members of the commune were opposed to property, were political anarchists, believed in free love and were vegetarians. The group of eleven adults and a small number of children were forbidden from eating meat or using animal products such as honey, wool, beeswax or manure. They were also not allowed to use animals for labor and only planted products from the soil so as not to disturb the worms and other organisms living in the soil.

Many residents of the group felt that manual labor was a spiritual problem and it quickly became clear that the community could not provide enough food to support its members. The strict diet of cereals and fruits left many members of the group malnourished and sick. Faced with this situation, many members left and the community collapsed in January 1844.

Biggest painting theft – The Scream – Edvard Munch

On August 22, 2004, the Munch Museum scream was stolen, along with Munch’s Madonna. Museum officials expressed the hope that they would review the picture, believing that thieves might be able to demand ransom. On 8 April 2005, the Norwegian police arrested a suspect in connection with the robbery. On April 28, 2005, it was rumored that thieves burned both paintings to conceal evidence. On 1 June 2005, the city government of Oslo offered a reward of 2 million Norwegian kroner (about 250,000 euros) for any information to locate the paintings.

At the beginning of 2006, six men with a criminal record had to be tried, accused of helping to plan or execute the robbery. Three of the men were convicted and sentenced to between four and eight years in prison in May 2006. Two of the convicted art thieves, Bjørn Hoen and Petter Tharaldsen, were also sentenced to pay 750 million kroner ( 122 million US dollars) to the city. of Oslo, where the paintings used to be.

Both paintings were found slightly damaged.