Britain Looks to Ban All Petrol and Diesel Vehicles

Shoppers walk past stores on New Bond Street in London, Britain July 9, 2016.

 

Britain aims to ban petrol and diesel cars in the country from 2040 as a sign of their commitment to reduce the rising level of nitrogen oxide in the world for a safer humanity.

The pledge is in line with Emmanuel Macron’s efforts in France as they also are working towards a much-anticipated clean air plan.

Government officials in Britain believe that the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK is poor air quality, costing 2.7 billion pounds in lost productivity in recent years. Continue reading

Germany and France Unveil New Plans for a European Military

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and French President Emmanuel Macron deliver a joint press conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris on July 13, 2017, during an annual Franco-German Summit. (PATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

 

The two nations announce plans for a new fighter jet, a new fighting force in Africa, and a new push for a eurozone superstate.

On July 13, Germany and France held their first joint cabinet meeting since France’s presidential election, and the two leading European countries announced some eye-catching new military projects.

This was the first such meeting since Emmanuel Macron won the presidential election on May 7. Since then, there has been much talk of a new era of Franco-German cooperation. On Thursday, the pressure was on to demonstrate results. Continue reading

Revealed: City of London accuses France of plot to ‘wreck Britain’ – even if it gains nothing itself

The 'giddy' effect of newly elected Emmanuel Macron is said to be blamed for the new French plot to 'actively disrupt' the City 

The ‘giddy’ effect of newly elected Emmanuel Macron is said to be blamed for the new French plot to ‘actively disrupt’ the City [Getty Images]

 

  • A leaked memo says French bankers are plotting to ‘actively disrupt’ the City
  • The London financial centre is worth £66 billion a year to the Treasury
  • The City’s Brexit envoy says Macron has declared ‘open war’ on the Square Mile
  • French representatives are now offering firms big money to move to Paris

France has boasted to City of London chiefs that it will use Brexit to sabotage the British economy, according to a bombshell leaked memo.

The memo, sent to Ministers, says the French government and banking chiefs are plotting to ‘actively disrupt and destroy’ the UK’s multi-billion-pound financial sector when Britain leaves the EU – even if France gains nothing.

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Europhile Macron admits Germany thrives on weakness of other ‘dysfunctional’ EU economies

Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron

Macron said the German economy was competitive because of the weakness of others [GETTY]

 

THE EU is “incomplete” and will struggle to reform unless Germany releases it’s strangle–hold on the euro zone’s economy, Emmanuel Macron has suggested.

The French president claimed the powerful German economy thrived from the “weakness” and dysfunction of others.

Mr Macron said: “I have never reproached Germany for being competitive. But a part of German competitiveness is due to the dysfunctionalities of the euro zone, and the weakness of other economies. Continue reading

Europe Moves to Ban Internal Combustion

The Independent reports that France will ban gasoline-powered vehicles by 2040. The Independent is foolish enough to think that this is good news:

France plans to ban all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040, the country’s new environment minister has announced.

Nicolas Hulot made the announcement as he unveiled a series of measures as part of newly elected President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to make the country carbon neutral by 2050. Continue reading

Billions for European Wars (II)

BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Own report) – With billions in arms programs at the EU and national levels, the EU is seeking to become a globally operating military power. At its summit last week, the EU agreed not only to enhance cooperation among the member armed forces to facilitate their combat deployment – for example in Africa – but to also rapidly establish a “defense fund” planning to reallocate funds from civilian to military use. In a few years, Brussels will already be allocating €1.5 billion annually for both research and development of new military technology. The German government is also increasing its military spending and decided last week to allocate nearly ten billion euros for arms projects, including warships, tanker aircraft, satellites, and optimizing existing weaponry for current wars. In addition, billions are being earmarked for completely new projects. Lucrative for the arms industry, they include the Multi-role Combat Ship MKS 180, and a new fighter jet, capable of competing with the US F-35 and being integrated with guided missiles, drones and other weaponry.

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Macron Tells Islamic Leaders they Need to Fight Fanaticism

 

Taking a leaf out of Le Pen’s book.

Despite repeated attempts to smear Marine Le Pen as an extremist during the Presidential election campaign, it seems Emmanual Macron is now in agreement with his rival and has called on Islamic leaders to do more to fight fanaticism.  Continue reading

EU Sues Poland, Hungary And Czech Republic For Refusing To Accept Refugees

 

The European Commission has launched a legal case against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, for refusing to take in asylum seekers, escalating a bitter feud within the 28-nation bloc about how to deal with the Pandora’s box opened up Angela Merkel’s 2015 “Open Door” policy (since shut).

The reason for Brussels’ ire is that the eurosceptic governments in Poland and Hungary refused to take in anyone under a plan agreed by a majority of EU leaders in 2015 to relocate migrants from frontline states Italy and Greece to help ease their burden. The Czech Republic initially accepted 12 people but has since said it would not welcome more. It is perhaps worth noting that the three countries are among the very few who have had virtually no terrorist attacks in the past two years. Continue reading

Brexit under threat: Macron set for landslide victory that may drastically alter EU exit

Emmanuel Macron on campaign trail and Theresa May

Emmanuel Macron is facing election success while Theresa May faces chaos (Reuters)

 

EMMANUEL Macron is on course for another landslide win as voting on Sunday opened in parliamentary elections that will have huge implications for Brexit.

According to final opinion polls, the 39-year-old head of state’s Republique En Marche! (REM) party could win between 395 and 425 seats in the National Assembly.

If the CEVIPOF-Le Monde figures prove correct, this would be far above the 289 needed to secure an absolute majority. Continue reading

Merkel wants “Fight” for EU Future

 

Here comes the military push

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has elevated the EU nationalist rhetoric with a swipe at both the UK and the US as she and other seek to push for a increasingly integrated European Union. Continue reading

Merkel warns US, Britain no longer reliable partners

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe must fight for its own destiny in a western alliance divided by Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump, with whom she did not see eye to eye at the “six against one” G7 summit (AFP Photo/Miguel MEDINA)

 

Frankfurt am Main (AFP) – Europe “must take its fate into its own hands” faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidency, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday.

The times in which we could completely depend on others are on the way out. I’ve experienced that in the last few days,” Merkel told a crowd at an election rally in Munich, southern Germany.

We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands,” she added. Continue reading

The Gender Obsessed West Sets Itself Up for the Rise of Islam

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  • French authorities imposed on students ridiculous books such as Daddy Wears a Dress. It would have been comical if the following years would not have been so tragic. What, in fact, wrecked these French illusions was Islamic terrorism.
  • The only enemy these French élites knew were patriarchal privileges, since for them “domination” comes only from the white male Europeans.
  • Obsession with gender is a convenient distraction to avoid facing matters that are more difficult and less pleasant. If the West will not commit itself to preserving Western societies and values, it will fall. And its extraordinary progress will be blanketed over by darkness, along with all those gender rights.

Welcome to the progressive “next frontier of ‘liberation'”, where the most urgent question in Western democracies is “genderism”. Continue reading

More EU integration Inevitable: Mercron will be forced to federal EU or eurozone will die

Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron

German chancellor Angela Merkel and new French president Emmanuel Macron [GETTY]

 

THE European Union single currency will only survive through even GREATER integrations, analysts have warned.

Eurozone nations will have to find ways of working more closely together despite growing anti-EU sentiment in some countries and the fallout from Brexit.

Analyst Antonio Barroso, managing director at Teneo Intelligence, told CNBC: “I think further integration is inevitable, especially if member states want to make the euro zone sustainable in the long term. Continue reading

New European Order: Angela Merkel pledges to shape EU future in GERMANY’S image

Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she will use close cooperation with Emmanuel Macron [GETTY]

 

ANGELA Merkel has refused to give up on her ambitious plans for the European Union and has pledged to push forward her relaunch plans.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she will use close cooperation with Emmanuel Macron to restart the European Union and shape the continent’s future.

Mrs Merkel doubled down in her commitment to the European project in remarks to voters on the campaign trail. Continue reading

Draghi Says Anyone Leaving the EU Must Pay But EU Will Not Refund Surpluses

 

In the Netherlands, the Forum For Democracy leader Thierry Baudet confronted Mario Draghi of the ECB asking that since he had said anyone leaving must pay the ECB and exit fee of whatever they owe, he said the Netherlands had €100bn surplus at the ECB they should get back is. Mario Draghi stated bluntly, NO! In other words,  the view at the ECB is what is yours is their’s and what is theirs is theirs.  We have put together a very important report on the Euro covering all the issues and why it is really doomed. Continue reading