What priority do you give to climate in these EU Elections?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Greta Thunberg EU - European Elections

"The European Parliament plays an important role in stepping up Europe’s response to the climate crisis. The upcoming European elections in May are a key moment for European citizens to make their voices heard and demand more climate action from their representatives." Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, Brussels, Belgium.

These elections YOU choose the new European Parliament for the next five years. We all do. If you want better climate politics at a European level this is the opportunity and it will have positive impact on national level too. It's a chance for a better Europa and Planet we should not miss. Another chance will not be until 2024.

According to the assessment of CAN, three political EU groups score good for the climate:


List of political parties that do recognize the importance of climate, by country:

(see full page for all references)

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Should Europa stand against discrimination?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Europa should stand against discrimination

European Elections 23-26 May 2019
Europa is the region of the world with the highest level of equality in the world. Even so there is still a lot of inequality and injustice. Should Europa end this lack of equality?

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Bank Secrecy, Britain's second empire.

PLAY VIDEO ►►► England and its lingering colonies

"The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire" is a documentary on the dominant role of "the City of London" in global Banking Secrecy.

Bank Secrecy is probably the greatest, but scarcely mentioned, threat to global society and in fact the planet itself. It is the gateway to corruption on the highest level, which then allows other forms of organized crime, maffias and illegal trafficking that destabalize global society:

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Do you want economic policy in Europa to be transparent?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Does Europa need more transparency?

European Elections 23-26 May 2019
Europa should be an example of Transparency. But it is not.
Rosita Alinckx argues that transparency of the institutions is a fight for social justice and peace. The lack of transparency of EU institutions and in general led to the banking crises and scandals, to tax havens, to corruption, to lobbies and to abuse of power.

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Do you know Europa as community of people?

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One thing is the EU as a political entity, that you may like more or less, or not like at all.

But how about Europa in a non-political sense, in fact, as a community? Our continent enjoys a rich diversity of peoples, cultures and languages. How well do you know the community of people within this political union you are living in?

To start with, how much interaction do you have with other europeans in your daily life?
and then:

  • Which European countries have you ever visited?
  • Have you ever lived, worked and/or studied in any of them? (say, a year or more)
  • From our rich offer in languages which one(s) do you speak?
  • And, very important, from which countries do you have friends or maybe even (had) a love?

It may seem a long list, but you can skip your own country and the countries that don't apply.
(the countries are subdivided in blocks of decreasing EU commitment (open borders, use of Euro), within that ordered by year of entry and then alphabetically - source 1, source 2)

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Do schools help our children find and develop their passion?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Educate for passion
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Does Europe need a different school system?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson

In his popular TED talk "Do schools kill creativity?" Sir Ken Robinson questions the validity of the modern education and schooling system for the future. An entertaining but at the same time profound talk that makes you think.

I believe our only hope for the future is to adopt a new conception of human ecology, one in which we start to reconstitute our conception of the richness of human capacity.

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Does Earth need a law to make Ecocide an international crime?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Stop Ecocide - change the law

You can help StopEcocide accelerate the process of turning Ecocide into the fifth international crime against peace by becoming an "Earth Protector". This is an officially and legally recognized title in almost all countries of the world, that is valid for life, with a one time contribution starting from 5 Euro!
It also helps increase the legal backup of the front-line activists in case they get arrested.

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Sexual liberty, a human right?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► True Gender Equality - Ban Ki Moon
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Do you support the Global Strike(s) for Future?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Global Climate Strike II

It all started with Greta Thunberg (15 years old by then) who staged an action outside the Swedish Riksdag (parliament), holding a sign that read "Skolstrejk för klimatet" or "School strike for climate" in Augus

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Should Europa adopt the educational system from Finland?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► They should have more time to be kids

Finland is often referred to as the country with the most alternative and free (as in freedom) education system in Europe with the highest scores for language, mathematics and science in the tri-annual international PISA tests for 15-year-old school students (an OECD program).

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Should courts condemn governments for bad climate policy? In the Netherlands it already happened.

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Urgenda wins climate case against Dutch state.
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The Fibonacci sequence

PLAY VIDEO ►►► The Fibonacci sequence

Fibonacci is the name of an Italian mathematician who in the year 1202 introduced a very special number sequence in Europe that had been known in India for centuries.

The rule of this sequence is so simple that even children can understand or even 'invent' it. Starting with 0 and 1, each next number is the sum of the previous two: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144 ... and so on to infinity.

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No, no, nothing has changed?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Non, non, rien n'à changé

This song of the Poppys is almost 50 years old and yet the children of today of the same age can still sing it now, because in these fifty years still absolutely nothing has changed, no essence.
And fortunately they do, in their own current way through Fridays For Future, Extinction Rebellion and many other movements, now asking more attention for climate then for war, but in the end it's the same wish and directed to the same people.

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Quantum theory - entanglement

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Quantum entanglement

Quantum physics stands at the base of all existence. It implies matter, space, energy and possibly vibration and maybe even time and reality. Until some hundred years ago life was simple and all matter was supposed to be build out of atoms. They were thought to be the smallest undividable parts of matter as if they were tiny marbles.

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Austrian World Summit 2019 - Greta Thunberg

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Salvare il clima!

Some of the words from Greta at the Austrian World Summit 2019 could be picked up by FFF for the weekly friday strikes on all squares in Europa and the world:

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All That We Share

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Alt Det Vi Deler

All That We Share

We live in a time and a society where we label people with one single look. But maybe we have more in common than we think?

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Do we manifest reality with our thoughts?

PLAY VIDEO ►►► Conscious Earth

A fundamental conclusion of quantum physics acknowledges that the observer creates the reality through his conscience. According to this science, as observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality by means of our thoughts and the way we think. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a “mental” construction.

Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote:

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Europa of the people

Europa of politics

Nature First?

Free Speech?


Go non-profit?

Abolish Bank Secrecy?