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Macron out of control? One million people protest against new fuel tax and block roads

Today one million French working class people are blocking roads and are protesting against the increase of the price of Diesel, which is the most commonly used fuel in French cars, because of its cheap price, which is not so cheap anymore.

Over the past 12 months Macron’s government increased its price by 20 per cent by taxing it more and more to combat climate change and pollution. Their goal is to encourage people to move away from fossil fuels in general.

The government wants to go even further with the tax increase. The people most hit by these measures are the [READ MORE HERE]

Czech Government Latest to Reject United Nations’ “Global Compact for Migration”

The Czech government announced this week that it will become the latest country to reject the United Nations’ Global Compact for Migration because it blurs the distinction between legal and illegal immigration in favor of invaders.

The Global Compact for Migration is set to be adopted by UN member states at a meeting in Morocco in December.

“The Czech Republic has long favored the principle of separating legal and illegal migration,” Deputy Prime Minister Richard Brabec told a news conference in Prague this week.

“That is what the Czech Republic’s and other European countries’ suggestions aimed for. The final text does not reflect [READ MORE HERE]

Stacey Abrams Refuses to Say Brian Kemp Is the Legitimate Governor of Georgia

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Stacey Abrams refused to say the election of Brian Kemp was legitimate after he won the gubernatorial race in Georgia. When asked if there was deliberate interference in the election, Abrams said, “Yes. And I believe it began eight years ago with the systematic disenfranchisement of more than a million voters. It continued with the underfunding and disinvestment in polling places, in training and in the management of the county delivery of services. And I think it had its pinnacle in this race.” When asked if Kemp is the legitimate Governor-elect of Georgia, [READ MORE HERE]