11 things you should know about the planets discovered by NASA

Mossack Fonseca already established a tax haven on planet H and their first account application came from Iceland. Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson refused to comment on this. The 7 planets are as far from us as we are from democracy – 40 light years. Planet B organised a referendum regarding its status in the EU. 52% of the population voted OUT. NASA is still debating on the actual … Continue reading 11 things you should know about the planets discovered by NASA

Agriculture in Romania on the brink of collapse. All manure is consumed by politicians

Bucharest, 4th February 2017. Hundreds of thousand of people took to the streets of Romania for the past few weeks in a quest to get rid of the Government and Parliament officials. The anger of Romanian people come from the fact that politicians have not stopped eating manure ever since the last elections in December and thus the domestic agriculture sector in the country is … Continue reading Agriculture in Romania on the brink of collapse. All manure is consumed by politicians

Re-wilding, a success in Romania: 80% of the population is now a dodo

The 2016 parliamentary elections in Romania proved something that scientists have suspected for the last years: most Romanians are, in fact, dodos! Although the species was thought to have gone extinct in 1662, there is now undeniable evidence that there are at least 16 million dodos in the Eastern European Member State. “It´s a breakthrough. Whether Romanians are dodos or not has been a topic … Continue reading Re-wilding, a success in Romania: 80% of the population is now a dodo

Growing population not a problem anymore as plans reveal agriculture will be irrigated from melting ice caps

World leaders were pleasantly surprised to learn from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that although millions of people will drown and plenty of islands will disappear due to climatic changes, the water from melting polar ice caps can be used for agriculture. “I thought glaciers were made of seawater too. If only I had this invaluable knowledge that water from ice caps can be … Continue reading Growing population not a problem anymore as plans reveal agriculture will be irrigated from melting ice caps

Erdogan reveals 10-point masterplan to bring Turkey on the path of sustainability by 2200

The European Parliament´s vote on Thursday to freeze EU-Turkey accession talks was a wake up call for Turkish President Erdogan, who was quick to react. “I am taking the MEPs vote today seriously. Although I was hurt and saddened that our European friends did not understand the truly democratic reforms we have been trying to implement here for the past decade, I am ready to … Continue reading Erdogan reveals 10-point masterplan to bring Turkey on the path of sustainability by 2200

Disgrace: Following the Sunday primaries, Sarkozy will be co-opted by Fillon as Minister of Environment

As if his premature exit from the French conservative primaries could not have gotten any more humiliating, Sarkozy was basically kicked out through the politics backdoor on Monday when presidential hopeful Francois Fillon offered him the Ministry of Environment in a future government. “I was ready to be in the shadows again and become Sarkozy´s Prime Minister for a second time. Then on Sunday he … Continue reading Disgrace: Following the Sunday primaries, Sarkozy will be co-opted by Fillon as Minister of Environment

Leadership in resource efficiency comes from Eastern Europe: Pro-Russian elections signal return to zero-consumption Soviet lifestyle

Green MEPs, right-wing parties and environmental NGOs had a lot to celebrate in the weekend as pro-Russian presidential candidates were voted in Moldova and Bulgaria. This comes only a few days after Donal Trump, a good old friend of Mr. Putin, was elected President in the US, triggering what is seen as momentum of increasing Russian influence in Europe. “We drank organic wines from Argentina … Continue reading Leadership in resource efficiency comes from Eastern Europe: Pro-Russian elections signal return to zero-consumption Soviet lifestyle