Can you imagine. In some part of the world they have open restaurant. Yes !!!! this is not fakenews !!!

30 of march was really a special or spectacular day. Wow Not every day we can see such motivated people as activist. We christian are not as zealous as them. Their cause is good but our cause is greater. Salvation is for eternity.

I will write an article about that special day. But you can read official news. I will share you my point of view.

Police in Western Switzerland launched an operation on Tuesday to remove protestors who have been occupying, since last October, a quarry owned by cement maker Lafarge-Holcim.
This content was published on March 30, 2021 - 16:55 March 30, 2021 - 16:55

Police approached the camp early on Tuesday morning and asked the activists to leave the site; when their request was refused, they began forcibly removing the squatters one by one.

Some of the activists threw stones and shot fireworks at officers, who were carrying out a court order to evict them, police said.

By midday, 150 activists were cleared from the Mormont site, situated between Lausanne and Yverdon in canton Vaud, police said. They also detained 41 of these for questioning. Later in the afternoon, a dozen or so activists were still holding out, according to the Keystone-SDA news agency.

The activists first occupied the quarry last October, as a means of protesting plans by Lafarge-Holcim to expand it. The campaigners said they wanted to protect the local ecosystem from environmental damage.

Parliament Square in Bern
Climate activists occupy Parliament Square

This content was published on Sep 21, 2020 Sep 21, 2020 Several hundred protesters have pitched camp outside the Swiss parliament and the Swiss National Bank in Bern.

Lafarge-Holcim and the local commune of La Sarraz filed legal proceedings to remove the activists; Tuesday’s police operation follows the rejection of the campaigners’ legal appeals.

However, since October the environmental activists have also received attention and some support in the local area. Last Friday in Lausanne, as the evacuation date approached, around 1,000 people marched in support of the activists. A motion, signed by some 130 cantonal parliamentarians, has also been handed into the Vaud government, giving backing to the occupying movement.

Lafarge-Holcim has said that in terms of its carbon footprint, its Mormont site near the village of Ecéplens is one of the most energy-efficient in Europe. In the meantime, the proposed expansion of the quarry is uncertain. An objection lodged to the Federal Court is being examined.

Today I try to give food and water to the last zadistes. But the police stopt me. I hope they are safe

Since Thursday night, police have been negotiating with the last two occupants of Mormont Hill who are still in a tree. Currently, they are refusing to come down and police are doing everything possible to ensure their safety and the safety of the responders.

Since Thursday evening, April 1, 2021, negotiators and gendarmes have been in contact with the last two people who are still in a tree refusing to come down since March 30. They spent the night in their hammocks. During the intervention the police were able to seize their personal belongings while making sure they were safe.

Today 1st of April is the day of

Doubt is the opposite of faith in the bible.

But sometimes it is good to doubt. With covid we have lot of informations that comes and go. Sometimes contradictory. We don't know what is true or not.

Even in science we have doubt.
Today we will see lot of joke. Just take it with a smile

Reports Three Blood Clot Cases After Shot

Norway, among the countries that have suspended the use of AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine, said three people who received its shot are being treated for severe blood clots and cerebral hemorrhages but that it’s too soon to say if there was a connection.

The people, who were all “of younger age,” had a reduced number of platelets in their blood, the Norwegian Medicines Agency said in a statement on Saturday.

Health authorities in Norway are telling people under the age of 50 who’ve received the AstraZeneca shot in the last 14 days to see a doctor if they feel ill or detect skin hemorrhages more than three days after vaccination.
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Norway on Thursday followed countries including Denmark in pausing use of the vaccine over concerns about blood clots, after a person in Austria died and others fell ill after being inoculated.

“We can’t say if there is a connection with the vaccine, but we will investigate thoroughly,” Sigurd Hortemo, a doctor at the Norwegian Medicines Agency, said at a press conference from Oslo.

Fiona Cookson, AstraZeneca’s director of global media relations, said safety data covering more than 17 million doses administered “has shown no evidence of an increased risk of pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis or thrombocytopenia.”

The reported numbers of these types of events for people who’ve had the AstraZeneca shot “are not greater than the number that would have occurred naturally in the unvaccinated population,” Cookson added in an emailed statement. A review of available safety data is ongoing, she said.

The European Medicines Agency said Wednesday in a statement referencing the Austrian cases said that it was investigating the concerns but had initially found no indication that the vaccine caused the clots. The European Commission has said it will follow EMA’s recommendation.

A group of experts from the World Health Organization is also assessing the reported blood clots and looking at two specific batches of the vaccine, WHO officials said Friday. Unless a clear link is established, the WHO said there is no reason to stop injections.

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Then I see

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The absolute last words in the christian bible:

"The grace of the Lord Jesus be with all. Amen."

"Nåd från Herren Jesus åt alla."

three months in prison for violating curfew on three occasions

he 25-year-old man was arrested by the police in Agde on March 9. He gave fanciful explanations...

This Wednesday, March 10, the Béziers criminal court sentenced a 25-year-old man to three months in prison after he was stopped by the Agde police station on March 9 while in a vehicle after the curfew hour. He had given the police some fanciful explanations even though he had already been ticketed three times in February and March for having already violated the curfew set up under the state of health emergency.
Already fined three times

The offence of repeating more than three times over a period of 30 days the violation of a prohibition or an obligation imposed under the state of health emergency incurs the maximum penalty of 6 months imprisonment, a fine of € 3,750 and a three-year suspension of the driver's license.

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I just noticed that people who defend this ZAD Zone à Defendre are leftish and exstrem feminists and anarchists.

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In Éclépens, just a few kilometres north of Lausanne, the international cement company LafargeHolcim has been exploiting 2800m2 of the Mormont hillside for nearly 25 years. the whole video is available here The text is (c) by

the friend who lost his job is christian he has been in Japan as a missionary. He took that very lightly. I was amazed how he said this news.

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Life is really challenging. In one day you can loose all. You don't know what will be the future. Nothing is stable.

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