1. A Peterson Tweet:
And in one email a student explains just exactly where we are at….. pic.twitter.com/bGJ1eq8UD1
— Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) February 22, 2018
2. Viktor Orban prepares for more confrontation with the EU, praises Australia for its rational immigration policies.
For an idea on just how Postmodern, read abandoning reason to achieve the goal of destruction of classical civilization by any means necessary, check this charge against fellow V4 member Poland:
(ANSA) – WARSAW – The European Union’s top court says that Poland has violated EU law on air quality by continuously exceeding the bloc’s pollution limit from 2007-2015.
Issuing the ruling Thursday, the EU Court of Justice urged Poland’s government to speed up efforts to improve air quality and cut the health-threatening levels of particulate matter known as PM10. European Commission may weigh in if Poland does not improve its air quality soon.
In reaction, Poland’s government launched a program limiting the use of coal for heating in private homes. The ruling was welcomed by environmental organizations. (ANSA).
(If anyone remembers Germany’s environmental horrors going after brown coal, it becomes immediately obvious that this is really about Poland’s insistence on not killing itself as a polity, a people and a culture.)
[…] President Macron, while giving an interview to the BBC’s Andrew Marr, revealed he believes France would have voted to leave the EU if a referendum was held.
The Frenchman said: “I am not the one to judge or comment on the decision of your people.
“But, my interpretation is that a lot of the losers of globalisation suddenly decided it was no more for them.”
Marr then pushed the French president, regarded by many as the EU’s new leader, on whether Britain’s decision was a one-off.
The BBC journalist asked: “If France had had the same referendum, it might have had the same result?”
Macron responded: “Yes, probably, probably. Yes. In a similar context. But we have a very different context in France.”
PAKISTAN has violated its ceasefire with India in the Jammu and Kashmir’s Charunda Uri sector as gunshots were heard in a move that will surely raise tensions between the two nations, it has been claimed.
The incident took place after troops started firing unprovoked at Indian posts, local soldiers claimed.
Indian soldiers retaliated to the horrific attack.
It is understood that sporadic gunfire is still being exchanged between the forces.
There are currently no reports of casualties or damage to properties.
Meanwhile, the conflict took place between militant forces and security in the Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.
The leaders of both South Asian nations recently received a letter from civil society groups in the two Kashmirs that came together to request that the ceasefire is adhered to along the contested border known as the Line of Control (LoC).
The Russian Security Service (FSB) say they have prevented a string of terrorist attacks targeting public places and public transport. A suspect from Central Asia has been detained.
Authorities have not disclosed the identity of the suspect, for fear of compromising the ongoing investigation.
In December, seven alleged supporters of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) were apprehended on suspicion of plotting attacks across St. Petersburg.
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