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Caroline Marcus has called out the “daft” behaviour of Extinction Rebellion protestors in London after they super-glued themselves to an electric train. #FridayShow

18.10.2019

Caroline Marcus has called out the “daft” behaviour of Extinction Rebellion protestors in London after they super-glued themselves to an electric train. FridayShow

Sky News reporter Caroline Marcus has called out the “daft” behaviour of Extinction Rebellion protestors in London after they super-glued themselves to an electric train.\n\n“Even Extinction Rebellion had to concede it was a massive own goal,” she said.

Sky News reporter Caroline Marcus has called out the “daft” behaviour of Extinction Rebellion protestors in London after they super-glued themselves to an electric train. “Even Extinction Rebellion had to concede it was a massive own goal,” she said.

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Extinction Rebellion Tube protest a ‘massive own goal’ via YouTube klimateklowns This is what you expect from dah protesters who cannot spell their own names after sniffing the glue they use. ToiletSeatBecky There is no excuse for violence by anyone. Where are the UK police when Extinction Rebellion protestors stupidly climbed on the top of trains?

How does macsween_prue know that the annoying protestors are on welfare? There is such a thing as people working and taking time off from work to protest. There are people who don't work on weekends and protest. But the violence isn’t a problem Caroline? Getting dragged off a train roof and receiving some shoe pie will make you revaluate your position.

Seem sane to me 🙄

London commuters drag Extinction Rebellion protesters from roof of Tube trainFootage shows two demonstrators being pulled from the top of the Tube by a crowd of angry commuters. LOL That's how it's done folks, well done to the Brits for having restraint. Great news!

The end of the world as we know it: are we on the brink of a mass extinction?Explainer | An alarming claim has been made about the future of our Earth in recent months: that, at best, we're facing the collapse of civilisation or, at worst, a mass extinction. And are they right? No. It'll be just like all the other bullshit claims: That's what you and all other fake news media have been telling everyone for two decades.

'Australia must protect liberal democracy' | Sky News AustraliaLabor Senator Kimberley Kitching has said Australia should “protect” its democracy as it continues its 'successful' trading relationship with China.\n\n“We are very lucky to live in a liberal democracy, where rights are protected,” Ms Kitching said. \n\nMs Kitching said some young people may not believe democracy is the best system.\n\n“I think that that’s a real concern.”

Alice Springs: a must-visit destination in Australia | Sky News AustraliaAlice Springs, the heart of Australia's Red Centre, is a place like no other and a must-visit destination in the country. \n\nA place with a rich and rugged history, the Alice Springs has proven to be one of Australia's most beautiful and family-friendly holiday destinations. \n\nWhether you want to jump on to 'The Ghan', a famous train running through the region since 1929, or experience the sights and sounds of majestic Australian wildlife at the Alice Springs Desert Park, there is something for everyone to enjoy. \n\nWhile many come to the area en-route to Uluru, others enjoy the short 15-minute trip from the town to the spectacular Simpson's Gap, which is a very accessible natural attraction. \n\n\nPaul Murray Live ‘Our Town’ is brought to you by Harvey Norman, Sony Music Australia and NAB.\n\nImage: Getty HarveyNormanAU SonyMusicAU NAB

Switzer 'not worried' about the IMF downgrading Australia’s growth outlook | Sky News AustraliaThe Switzer Report founder Peter Switzer says the International Monetary Fund is about as reliable as “a jockey giving you a tip in the Melbourne Cup”.\n\n“The bottom line is the IMF will look at the data that comes through from Treasury and the Reserve Bank,' he told Sky News.\n\n'I wouldn’t worry too much about the IMF, that’s why the market didn’t really get upset about.'\n\nMr Switzer's comments come as the IMF downgraded Australia’s growth outlook this week. \n\nImage: Getty\n MRobertsQLD peterswitzer Why because the IMF are ensnared in an international socialist conspiracy? 😂. I assume that’s why Malcolm Roberts from One Nation agrees with this view

‘Miserable moaners’ already gearing up for ‘Australia Day-bashing extravaganza’ | Sky News AustraliaIt’s only October, but Sky News host Rita Panahi says the “miserable moaners” are already gearing up for “another Australia Day-bashing extravaganza”.\n\nThis week, Melbourne's Port Phillip Council announced it will hold a 'morning of mourning' ceremony on Australia Day before holding celebrations.\n\nWith a number of “left-wing councils” around Australia “trashing the day”, Ms Panahi has one message for them: “Do your jobs”.\n\n“Local government is about the three Rs of roads, rates and rubbish,” she said.\n\n“It is not an avenue for frustrated activists to push their pet agendas. \n\n“Too many councillors prefer to grandstand on national and international issues rather than focus on the job at hand.”\n I celebrate Australia Day and the Melbourne Cup every year Who cares what this pretend Aussie thinks!

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