Climate change activist Greta Thunberg will spend two weeks travelling across the North Atlantic on a boat with no toilets, kitchens or privacy.
In yet another clear sign that the misty-eyed adulation of Greta Thunburg is definitely #NotACult, the BBC has done another fawning piece on the teenager, this time revealing the plastic bucket Greta will be pooing in for the next two weeks to stop the apparent imminent extinction of mankind. Greta will be pushing for a resolution at a New York Climate summit, to get there she’ll be crossing the Atlantic in a small ‘zero carbon’ sailing boat with no toilets.
„Das ist keine Scherzfrage, und es ist gar nicht so einfach, darüber vor einem Millionen-Auditorium zu sprechen. Ja, natürlich – wie, so hoffe ich, jeder normale Mensch“, antwortete Putin.
„Ich habe diese Situation schon einmal öffentlich angesprochen. Ehrlich gesagt ist es sogar jetzt noch schwierig, darüber zu reden, aber nichtsdestotrotz. Das war Anfang der 2000-Jahre, (…)
The three-day Doof Festival was set to take place in Hamat Gader, a hot springs resort in the Golan Heights, starting Friday, but police banned it earlier this week, citing intelligence that suggests drugs would be sold at the venue.
As she was arriving for talks with the 28 other EU leaders in Brussels, May told journalist, “The best option for the UK is to leave the EU with a deal.” May is scheduled to meet with EU leaders to name five people to hold the European Union’s top jobs for the next five years.
Arrival and doorstep by Theresa MAY, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, at the Informal Dinner of Heads of State or Government, taking place on 28 May 2019, in Brussels.
(Updated: 24th May 2019, 2:35 am)
In a last-ditch bid to buy more time for her Brexit deal, the PM is set to refuse spiralling Brexiteer demands to quit immediately despite losing much of her Cabinet’s support, allies say.
– Mrs May will begin the day with a meeting with the Tories‘ backbench 1922 shop steward Sir Graham Brady
– She is then expected to address the nation from Downing Street to explain why she is leaving ‚the job I love‘
The cabinet has agreed Theresa May’s plan for her Withdrawal Agreement Bill, including compromises intended to attract the support of Labour MPs.