Greta Thunberg Enraged After Climate Strikes “Achieved Nothing”, Has Yet To Visit China // N wo Report

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Swedish activist Greta Thunberg is angrier than ever. The 16-year-old climate crusader, whose childhood was stolen by everyone except China, says that the wave of climate change school strikes over the past year has “achieved nothing” since greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.

Speaking from the Madrid climate conference, after arriving via train from Lisbon, Thunberg said she hoped the negotiations would result in “something concrete.”

Thousands of young people were expected to gather at the UN climate conference and in the streets of the Spanish capital on Friday to protest against the lack of progress in tackling the climate emergency, as officials from more than 190 countries wrangled over the niceties of wording in documents related to the Paris accord.

In the four years since the landmark agreement was signed, greenhouse gas emissions have risen by 4% and the talks this year are not expected to produce new commitments on carbon from the world’s biggest emitters. -The Guardian

“People want everything to continue like now and they are afraid of change,” she told reporters, without mentioning the world’s #1 polluter by volume, China. “And change is what we young people are bringing and that is why they want to silence us and that is just a proof that we are having an impact that our voices are being heard that they try so desperately to silence us.”

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Thunberg’s movement began in Sweden in 2017, and has morphed into an organized campaign across the world.

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“I’m just an activist and we need more activists,” said Thunberg, adding “I sincerely hope COP25 will reach something concrete and increase awareness among people, and that world leaders and people in power grasp the urgency of the climate crisis, because right now it does not seem that they are.”

In September, Thunberg drew criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron after she filed a legal complaint accusing five countries of inaction on global warming in violation of the 30-year-old UN Convention on the Rights of a Child. Germany, France, Brazil, Argentina and Turkey were named in the lawsuit.

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) Holds Hearing on Afghanistan War Crimes, Including US Torture // | truthaholics

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By Brett Wilkins
Global Research, December 06, 2019
Common Dreams 5 December 2019
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The current hearing will examine allegations that US troops and intelligence operatives tortured, raped and abused Afghan prisoners between 2003 and 2004.

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) opened a three-day hearing in the The Hague, Netherlands on Wednesday at which prosecutors and Afghan torture victims are attempting to convince the court to overturn a previous decision to refuse to investigate war crimes committed by Taliban, Afghan government and US forces.

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In April, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II announced it would not grant a request by ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to open an investigation of alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity, including deliberate attacks on civilians and child soldier conscription by Taliban militants, torture and sexual violence by members of Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and torture of prisoners held in US…

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Banking royal commission: How a farming family lost everything after 45 years on the land // Additional survival tricks

Comment by tonytran2015: This is an example of how a business can go bankrupt with over-expansion and with being pulled by its own financier via: https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-25/family-with-multimillion-dollar-debt-after-farm-business-seized/9900886?pfmredir=sm

Harold and Barbara Cronin spent 45 years building their family’s farming enterprise on Western Australia’s south coast.
… In two short years, it was gone…

By 2010, the Cronins owned six farms under the company name Chambejo Farms, with finance provided by the NAB.

…As they worked to turn two blocks purchased in 2009 into profitable farms, … It was a troubled transition made all the more challenging by two bad seasons.
… Mr Cronin approached his local NAB branch and increased the overdraft on his account by 8 per cent to see through the poor seasons.

… the Cronins had assumed more debt.

August 2012, Mr Cronin received a phone call from the local NAB branch manager who advised that a red flag had been placed on his account.
In May 2013, … A representative advised that insolvency firm Ferrier Hodgson had been appointed by the bank as receiver managers
…(May 2013) Mr Cronin estimated his debt to the bank was $5.1 million.

…[NAB Agribusiness general manager Mr. Kahn Horne] Mr Horne said the appointment of receivers in May 2013 was based on financial default. A term loan had expired, and the overdraft was also overdrawn…
The eventual breakdown of expenses added to the Cronins’ debt included about $704,000 in receivers and managers’ remuneration; $110,000 in legal fees and $297,000 for chemicals to manage weeds…

The Cronins lost their farms and their home [all six properties had been sold by the end of April 2015 for a total of $5.65 million], and were left owing $4.58 million to the National Australia Bank (NAB)…

… The NAB advised it did not intend to take any further action to recoup the money. The debt would effectively be written off.

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