Daily Archives: May 1, 2017

Macron PLUMMETS in the polls as Marine Le Pen enjoys boost a WEEK AWAY from election vote

EMMANUEL Macron’s lead over Marine Le Pen has taken a heavy hit as France prepares to vote in the final round of the election on Sunday

 

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Recent moves by Ms Le Pen to appeal to a wider audience seem to be working as she has removed herself as the leader of the Front National party, and rebranded her campaign with the new motto “Choose France”.

Pollster Harris Interactive, who correctly predicted the result of the first round, revealed a six points slip by Mr Macron since last Sunday.

Ms Le Pen said: “The country Mr Macron wants is no longer France; it’s a space, a wasteland, a trading room where there are only consumers and producers.”

The latest polls were conducted prior to the announcement that defeated first round presidential candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, would be Ms Le Pen’s prime minister if she wins the presidency.

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Bill Nye “the Science Guy” teaches that anal sex is part of evolution in his new show [VIDEO]

Published on Apr 24, 2017

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Mr Wizard Shows What a JOKE Global Warming Theories Are [VIDEO]

 

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Thousands expected to hit the streets for May Day 2017 protests [VIDEO]

 

 

 



 

Thousands expected to hit the streets for May Day protests

“I’m not afraid of the pen, or the scaffold, or the sword. I will tell the truth wherever I please.” – Mary Harris “Mother” Jones

Tens of thousands of immigrants and their supporters in U.S. cities are set to protest Monday against immigration policies to mark May Day. The roots of May Day, or International Workers Day, stretch back over a century. USA TODAY

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Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets Monday in massive May Day events across the USA mostly protesting the policies of President Trump.

 

May Day — also known as International Worker’s Day — has spawned protests around the globe in past years highlighting workers’ rights. But on Monday, the impetus for the U.S. marches span from immigrants’ rights to LGBT awareness to police misconduct.

“There’s a real galvanization of all the groups this year,” said Fernanda Durand of CASA in Action, which will lead a march of about 10,000 people for immigrants’ rights through downtown Washington. “Our presence in this country is being questioned by Donald Trump. We are tired of being demonized and scapegoated. We’ve had enough.”

Durand’s protest is part of the Rise Up umbrella movement that promises 259 events in more than 200 cities in 41 states focusing on immigrants’ rights, she said.

Another widespread effort, dubbed Beyond the Moment, will feature a collection of racial-justice groups and include protests and marches in more than 50 cities, from Portland, Ore., to Miami. 

Erick Sanchez, another Washington-based organizer, said he’s seen the melding of different groups in previous events this year, from the Women’s March on Washington to climate change awareness protests. Monday will be the culmination of gelling these disparate groups, he said.

“There’s really a sense that we’re in this together,” he said. “That an attack on one is an attack on all.”

Trump released a statement Friday declaring May 1 “Loyalty Day” as a way to “recognize and reaffirm our allegiance to the principles” upon which America was built, calling on all government buildings to display the U.S. flag and schools to observe the holiday with ceremonies.

The holiday has been proclaimed by every president since Dwight D. Eisenhower, on differing dates, but Trump’s critics skewered the timing of the proclamation on social media.

Wrote @LibyaLiberty: “They said ‘Loyalty Day’ is to uphold ‘the inherent dignity of every human being’ — a few days after launching a hotline for ‘removable aliens’”

“If I were like, the worst president ever & wanted to make my critics look like traitors, I would declare May 1st Loyalty Day,” wrote @Onision.

Originally a pagan celebration dating back two millenniums and heralding the return of spring, May Day has morphed into a global observance of workers’ rights. But its emergence as an international worker’s rights day actually arose from a May 1, 1886, Chicago strike for the eight-hour workday.

“The fight for leisure — clearly lost today — was a great unifying aspiration of the immigrant workers movement a century ago with its slogan, ‘eight hours for work, eight hours for sleep, eight hours for what we will,’” Nelson Lichtenstein, professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and director of the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy, wrote in a 2006 essay in Slate.com.

Demonstrations by U.S. workers followed in coming decades, including a walkout by Arab workers in 1967 protesting U.S. support of Israel during the Six Day War and millions of black workers protesting after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

In 2006, the focus of May Day demonstrations shifted to immigration when roughly 1 million people, including nearly half a million in Chicago alone, took to the streets to protest federal legislation that would have made living in the U.S. without legal permission a felony.

Immigration-themed May Day gatherings dwindled since but are expected to ramp up Monday as groups protest executive orders signed by Trump and seen as attacks on immigrants’ rights.

Durand, the Washington-based organizer, said her group’s march will start at Dupont Circle, travel down to Lafayette Square near the White House and culminate with speeches from immigrants and elected officials. Marchers will be joined by other groups, swelling their numbers by tens of thousands, she said. More than 200 immigrant-owned businesses in the area will also shut down.

“We’re going to be able to show we are one voice, one people speaking for those whose lives are being trampled on,” Durand said.

 

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Furious owner claims United Airlines CREMATED her giant bunny without consent after it died mysteriously on flight to Chicago

Simon, a three foot long and black-furred bunny (pictured), was expected to  become the largest rabbit in the world. He died after he was flown to Chicago from London last week 

Simon, a three foot long and black-furred bunny (pictured), was expected to become the largest rabbit in the world. He died after he was flown to Chicago from London last week

Simon the giant rabbit died in a holding facility at Chicago O’Hare Airport

  • He was shipped in reported healthy condition from London on Wednesday 
  • He was bound for a new life in Iowa with a celebrity owner who just bought him
  • United Airlines staff allegedly stored the 3ft long rabbit in a freezer for 16 hours
  • His former owner learned Friday that the airline had cremated Simon 
  • It is a fresh disaster for United following the violent ejection of a passenger 

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Annette Edwards, 65, of Stoulton, Worcestershire, learned on Friday that United had cremated the body without her consent or knowledge. She is pictured with Simon's father Darius, the world's biggest rabbit

Annette Edwards, 65, of Stoulton, Worcestershire, learned on Friday that United had cremated the body without her consent or knowledge. She is pictured with Simon’s father Darius, the world’s biggest rabbit