Ollie Nancarrow, 18, is old described by his hometown newspaper, the Bishop's Stortford Independent, as "upcycling entrepreneur online". Last weekend, Nancarrow mowed the grass's dick and accompanying message in his garden, courtesy of his parents. His family lives under the trajectory of Stansted Airport in London, where Trump arrived on Monday morning for his visit.
Nancarrow also manages the website Born-echo, an online market that respects the environment, the climate is therefore at the center of its concerns. I said at Independent BS"Donald Trump and his denial of climate change are not welcome and I want him to be fully aware when he goes to Stansted on Monday."
It is not known yet if Trump actually saw the grass dick, but yes, it's a giant cock.
There were also other events, including a starring the popular "Trump Baby Blimp".
Trump himself tweeted On Monday afternoon, I had not seen any demonstrations, but, as Zeke Miller of the Associated Press points out, there is a good reason for that.
We hope nonetheless that Trump will have the full eye of the Nancarrow Court sausage as he leaves town for a long transatlantic flight.
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Some of the first strikes in schools to tackle climate change began Friday morning in Australia and New Zealand, as part of a global campaign urging policymakers to take action.
This results in a Similar event in November, and was inspired by Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old climate activist who has demonstrated in front of the Swedish parliament every Friday since September.
Thursday, Thunberg was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian lawmakers for his efforts.
Upstream of the protest, Australian politicians and experts were discouraged, begging them to stay in school and strike outside school hours.
New Zealand's premier Jacinda Ardern has adopted a different tone. She attended a rally in New Plymouth and spoke with students.
"Thank you for raising awareness, not only in New Zealand, but around the world, it's your future and you're fighting for it," Ardern said. according to Stuff.co.nz.
"My message to you is that in New Zealand, we hear you, we know we must act and we do it, but continue all you can to bring people with you because we can not to do alone. "
Elsewhere in New Zealand, the Wellington students came forward and of course they had many excellent signs.
In Auckland, thousands of protesters made their voices heard.
In Australia, School Strike 4 Climate took place in 60 cities and towns across the country.
The protest requests were as follows: to stop the Adani coal mine, ready to be the biggest in the country, no new coal or gas projects, and a commitment to use 100% renewable energy by 2030.
Rallies will continue around the world, with students in more than 100 countries and 2,000 communities ready to skip class to make themselves heard.