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* Cop26 Summit: Special Report, Day 1

* Trump Mocks 'Sleepy Joe' Biden For Appearing To Fall Asleep At Climate Conference

* Biden Says High Gas Prices Harm Middle Class At G20 Summit

* White Poppy: How It Is Different From The Red Remembrance Symbol?

* 'The Five' Knock Impact Of Vaccine Mandates Causing Travel Chaos

* Cop26 'Not Yet Where We Need To Be' On Climate, Merkel Says- As It Happened

* New York City Puts 9,000 Unvaccinated City Workers On Unpaid Leave

* Lancet's 'Great Transition' For 'Planetary Health' 

* Australia Imposes Penalties On Anti- Vaxxers

* CDC Recommends 4TH Booster Shot For immunocompromised

* Covid-19 Scare Forces Shanghai Disney Into Lockdown After Woman Tests Positive

* Here Are Mark Zuckerberg's Ambitious Plans For Building Out The Metaverse

* New WaPo Report Details How Warnings Were Blinking Red Ahead Of 1/6

* NEWS TODAY: w/ Dr. June Knight- WARNING- Precursor Of Australia, This IS Coming


COP26 Summit: Special Report, Day 1

This year's COP26 summit could be a landmark moment in bringing climate change under control. World leaders gather in Glasgow, U.K., to set out goals that may lead to substantial changes in our everyday lives. Objectives around a faster switch to EVs, discontinuing coal power and slowing down deforestation could come out of the meeting, as well as more concrete rules to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement. Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua leads coverage across all the latest developments at this year's COP26 summit.




Trump Mocks ‘Sleepy Joe’ Biden For Appearing To Fall Asleep At Climate Conference


Former President Donald Trump mocked President Biden for appearing to fall asleep Monday before his speech at an international climate change conference in Scotland.

Trump implied the snooze indicates Biden doesn’t truly believe global warming is a dire threat.

“Even Biden couldn’t stand hearing so much about the Global Warming Hoax, the 7th biggest Hoax in America, followed closely behind by the 2020 Presidential Election Scam, Russia, Russia, Russia, Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2 and, of course, the ‘No Collusion’ finding of the Mueller Report,” Trump said in an email blast.

“Biden went to Europe saying Global Warming is his highest priority, and then promptly fell asleep, for all the world to see, at the Conference itself. Nobody that has true enthusiasm and belief in a subject will ever fall asleep!” Read More 



Biden Says High Gas Prices Harm Middle Class At G20 Summit

Following the G20 Summit, President Biden spoke about energy policy and high gas prices.




White Poppy: How Is It different From The Red Remembrance Symbol?


The 2018 poppy appeal has launched, and for two weeks many people will wear them to remember British soldiers who died in wartime.

The Royal British Legion chose the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, for its big reveal at the start of the campaign - a six metre high red poppy installation.

It is surrounded by threads with quotes from the World War One generation, marking the centenary since that war came to an end and highlighting how their legacy is "woven through the fabric of our nation today".

Many will stick to the traditional red paper flower for this period of remembrance, but other colours may catch the eye - white poppies, or perhaps even purple - and there are black poppies too.

More people than ever before are wearing white poppies, says the group which makes them.

But they are also controversial - earlier this week, Tory MP Johnny Mercer called white poppies "attention seeking rubbish".  Read More 


The panelists argue cancellations and delays crippling airlines are a result of employees standing up for their rights on vaccine mandates.




COP26: 'Not Yet Where We Need To Be' On Climate, Merkel Says — As It Happened


More than 120 world leaders are outlining their countries' plans to tackle climate change at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland. Follow the day's developments as they happened. 

This live updates article has now closed. To read about the first day of the COP26 climate talks click here: COP26: Leaders call for urgent climate action on first day of talks

Queen Elizabeth: 'Time for action'

Britain's Queen Elizabeth said the "time for action" had come and added that world leaders needed to "address the impact of climate change."

"It is the hope of many that the legacy of this summit — written in history books yet to be printed — will describe you as the leaders who did not pass up the opportunity; and that you answered the call of those future generations," she said in a video message.

Modi: India aims for 'net zero' emissions by 2070

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi set a much later date for his country to reach net-zero emissions than other countries at the COP26 summit, saying his country would reach the target by 2070. That's 20 years after the US target and 10 later than China.

Modi also said there needed to be a push for sustainable lifestyles "instead of mindless and destructive consumption." Read More 



New York City Puts 9,000 Unvaccinated City Workers On Unpaid Leave

Despite opposition to vaccine mandates, Mayor Bill de Blasio reported no city services have been disrupted and since Friday’s deadline, the vaccination rate among city workers is 91%.




Lancet's 'Great Transition' For 'Planetary Health' 

The Lancet has declared that now is the time for a 'Great Transition' of society to focus on 'Planetary Health.' Prince Charles ALSO calling for a "fundamental transition" at COP26. But what is this "Great Transition," or "Planetary Health?" And what does it have to do with food freedom?




Australia Imposes Penalties On Anti-Vaxxers


There is a debate over the safety of vaccinations in the United States. For much of the developed world, that comes as a surprise. Many countries, like France, impose stiff penalties on anyone who doesn't vaccinate their children.

And now Australia's government, which is conservative, has introduced a new plan called “No Jab, No Pay.” It means that if you don't vaccinate you don't get any government welfare benefits. It's a controversial plan. Almost 40,000 Australian children under seven have not been vaccinated because their parents refuse. That means a lot of families will lose their payments.

The government, however, needed to do something. In the past 10 years, the number of parents refusing to vaccinate their children has doubled. While the parents usually refuse because of fears that the vaccines are linked to the development of diseases like autism, science disagrees. And unvaccinated children are an enormous health risk, especially at schools and other places where large groups of young people gather.

In the United States, the debate is even more heated. In January, a measles outbreak erupted at Disneyland. Most of the infected kids were unvaccinated. It wasn't fun at all. Disneyland, for a brief but shocking moment, was no longer the happiest place on Earth.

The outbreak was surprising. In the 1950s about 3 to 4 million children contracted measles, a highly infectious disease that can be fatal. By 2000, measles was gone. Well, now it's back. In reaction, California has introduced a bill that would limit the number of people allowed to opt out of receiving vaccines. It's a tame reaction given the potential seriousness of the problem. But the bill has been met with strong resistance, and even public protests. The author of the bill is living under added security this is week. Other states introducing similar laws are facing similar resistance.

Perhaps the US federal government will do like Australia and intervene. Or maybe it will go even further and adopt harsher laws like France. Or maybe more of us will die of rubella and polio. Read More 



CDC Recommends 4th Booster Shot For Immunocompromised

The Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize a vaccine for children 5 to 11 soon, and millions of child-sized doses are being readied to ship out to clinics across the country.



COVID-19 Scare Forces Shanghai Disney Into Lockdown After Woman Tests Positive

A Halloween COVID-19 scare forced both Disneyland and Disneytown in Shanghai into a lockdown in China after a woman who visited the park tested positive.




Here Are Mark Zuckerberg's Ambitious Plans For Building Out The Metaverse


CEO Mark Zuckerberg said during his keynote presentation at Facebook’s Connect conference on Thursday that the company now considers itself to be “metaverse-first” and detailed its ambitious plans for building out the metaverse — a social, 3D virtual space where people from around the world can connect.

“As we move beyond what’s possible today, beyond the constraints of screens, beyond the limits of distance and physics, and towards a future where everyone can be present with each other, create new opportunities and experience new things,” he explained. “It is a future that is beyond any one company and that will be made by all of us.”

So what exactly is Facebook’s roadmap for creating the metaverse and what are the company’s next steps?

Facebook plans to spend $10 billion USD on developing tech for its metaverse expansion Read More 



New WaPo Report Details How Warnings Were Blinking Red Ahead Of 1/6

Washington Post national reporter Carol Leonnig, former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, and contributor to The Grio Jason Johnson discuss the Washington Post investigation revealing the red flags law enforcement missed ahead of the January 6th attack.




NEWS TODAY w/Dr. June Knight - **WARNING** Precursor Of Australia - This IS Coming!