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It planted the seeds of the Tea Party and the Trump administration
Like much of the media, Donald Trump used the occasion of hundreds of arrests of “yellow jacket” protesters in France on Saturday to tweet that the month-long expressions of violence catalyzed by an increased fuel tax prove that people aren’t interested in environmental protection, particularly policies to address climate change. He and the shallow media reports have it wrong mistaken. On that same Saturday tens of thousands of supporters of climate action peacefully demonstrated in the streets of Paris and were joined by numerous yellow jacket protesters. Stéphane Mandard of Le Monde wrote that one of the yellow vests was emblazoned with a slogan that seemed to offer one answer to the two struggles: “Make the rich pay for the environmental transition.” Emily Atkin at The New Republic writes—France’s Yellow Vest Protesters Want to Fight Climate Change: Trump isn’t the first to characterize France’s protests as a populist uprising against environmentalism. [...] Writing in The Spectator, Brendan O’Neil praised the Yellow Vests for taking a stance against “eco-elitism.” “This is a people’s rebellion against the onerous consequences of climate-change policy, against the politics of environmentalism and its tendency to punish the little people for daring to live relatively modern, fossil-fueled lives,” he wrote. [...] Everyday people in France want to fight climate change; they are more worried and outraged about the impacts of global warming than their European neighbors, according to the last European Perceptions of Climate Change report. They just don’t want low- and middle-income people to have to pay for solving a problem caused by multinational corporations. According to the report, most French people oppose raising electricity prices, or raising taxes on fuel, as a method of fighting climate change. The French government’s fuel tax—written into law before Macron took office—is exactly the kind of policy citizens have indicated they do not support. But the French do support other climate policies. Significant majorities support the use of public funding to subsidize renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, the report showed. Large majorities also support the Paris climate agreement, contrary to Trump’s tweets. In fact, the report shows that 69 percent of French people support “high economic penalties for countries that refuse to be part of this agreement.” There are lessons to be learned from France’s protests. “People will riot in the streets if you try a carbon tax” isn’t one of them. The Yellow Vest protests show the importance of crafting equitable climate policies that don’t make life harder for people who are already struggling. Those type of policies exist—and if they were implemented, fossil fuels would decline at a remarkable rate. Only Trump and the Wall Street Journal would be rioting then. TOP COMMENTS QUOTATION “A respect for the rights of other people to determine their forms of government and their economy will not weaken our democracy. It will inevitably strengthen it. One of the first things we must get rid of is the idea that democracy is tantamount to capitalism.” ~~Eleanor Roosevelt, Tomorrow Is Now: It Is Today That We Must Create the World of the Future (1963) TWEET OF THE DAY xYou can be fired for saying a lot of things but «Let's destroy the climate and threaten human survival so polluters don't have to be slightly less rich» is definitely not one of them, yet.— LOLGOPÃ°ÂÂÂ (@LOLGOP) December 10, 2018 BLAST FROM THE PAST On this date at Daily Kos in 2002—Americans hijack Iraq weapons doc: As if the US wasn't already losing the PR war in its mad rush to war against Iraq...Diplomats and U.S. officials said Monday that after an intense lobbying campaign, the United States received an early and uncut copy of Iraq's 11,807-page weapons declaration and whisked it to Washington for analysis. The United States was then put in charge of making duplicates for its four fellow permanent members of the U.N. Security Council -- Britain, China, France and Russia -- on grounds that Washington had the best photocopying capabilities. [...] The Security Council had previously agreed to leave the report with U.N. inspectors until it was screened for material that might aid others in making weapons. All five permanent members are nuclear powers. The decision upset several of the 10 non-permanent members of the 15-member Security Council, including Norway and Syria, as it overrode what the body had decided Friday. And why would the Americans want first dibs at the document? Because it would allow it to scrub it clean of the names of foreign corporations that helped Iraq build its WMD programs. Of course, there's an easy solution to this whole mess. Iraq should simply leak the document to the press. If the Bushies are insistent on starting this war, then I want to know what role American companies played in building Iraq's arsenal. On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: Greg Dworkin and Armando catch us up on the wild (il)legal weekend for Trump. Also, things happened in the rest of the world! But, back to us: People are writing about the i-word! Indicting a POTUS. Maybe the Constitution is a suicide pact after all. x Embedded Content RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube|Patreon|Square Cash (Share code: Send $5, get $5!)
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What: WatchesWhere: Espace Tajan - 37 rue des Mathurins 75008 Paris, FranceWhen: December 13, 06.30 PMPublic Viewing: December 5th to 7th from 10am to 6pm - December 8th and 9th from 11am to 6pm; Monday 10th and 11th December from 10am to 12pmTop lots of the sale:- Audemars Piguet With Double Signature Fred, Royal Oak Jumbo. Ref. 5402 Bc. Serie B. Product In 1982. Wristwatch with casing in white gold and screwed octagonal bezel set with diamonds on the edge. Smooth silver dial with diamond indexes and date window at 3 o'clock. Automatic movement, cal. 2121. Two lines of diamonds at the birth of the bracelet. Crown and bottom screwed. Fred signed box background. White gold bracelet with AP folding clasp. Signed and numbered 148. Diam. 39 mm. Box and certificate of origin: Fred Boutique purchase, May 3, 1983. Estimate: € 45,000-70,000 ($51,091 – 79,474)- Rolex: Cosmograph Daytona. Ref. 6239, «Blue Daytona», To 1968. Steel wristwatch with chronograph. Black dial «T swiss T» with white counters, silver writing (Rolex Cosmograph) and «Daytona» written along the counter at 6 o'clock in blue. Stick indexes applied with luminous points to tritium. Three counters for the small seconds and totalizers of 30 minutes and 12 hours of the chrono. Steel bezel with tachymeter scale graduated to 200. Mechanical movement with column wheel, cal. Valjoux 727. Dome plexi glass. Smooth pushers. Crown and bottom screwed. Rolex Oyster bracelet riveted with US folding clasp, registered 7.70. Dial, case and movement signed. Numbered 1834402. Diam. 36 mm. Estimate: € 26,000-35,000 ($29,519 – 39,737)- Patek Philippe: Worldtime. Ref. 5130g, Sold In 2007 Wristwatch. With round case in white gold. Guilloche opaline dial in the center with rotating bezel and pusher at 10am for 24 hours and indication of capitals of the world. Automatic movement with micro rotor, cal. 240 HU, fake ribs decoration and stamped with the punch of Geneva. Screwed sapphire back. Leather bracelet with folding clasp in white gold signed PP. Dial, case and movement signed. Numbered 3640431/4430397. Diam. 40 mm. Box, certificate of origin and instructions. Estimate: € 20,000-25,000 ($22,707 – 28,384)- Patek Philippe: Twenty 4. Ref. 4910 / 40r, Produced In 2001 And Sold On 26 September 2001. Lady's watch in matte pink gold and diamonds. Brown dial with diamond indexes and applied Roman numerals. Two lines of diamonds around the dial and on the ends of the links. Quartz movement. Rose gold bracelet with links set with Roman numerals set with diamond lines and invisible folding clasp adorned with the Calatrava Cross. Dial, case and movement signed. Numbered1675177 (movement), 4162448 (box). Dim. 29 x 25 mm. Box and Extract of Registers. Estimate: € 20,000-25,000 ($22,707 – 28,384)- Rolex: Cosmograph Daytona. Ref. 116509, Sold In 2017. White Gold wristwatch with chronograph. Dark gray dial with applied Arabic numerals and three counters for the small seconds at 9 o'clock and totalizers of 30 minutes and 12 hours of the chrono. Under meters and red needles. White gold bezel with tachymeter scale graduated to 400. Automatic movement. Crown, pushers and screwed bottom. Sapphire crystal. Rolex Oyster bracelet in white gold with folding clasp. Signed and numbered 437074U6. Diam. 40 mm. Box, certificate (purchase Dubail Vendome Paris), instructions for use and two additional links. New condition, watch under Manufacture warranty until January 2022. Estimate: € 15,000-20,000 ($17,030 - 22,707)- Jaeger Lecoultre: Master Compressor. Diving Geographic Navy Seals, REF. 159.2.39. A pink gold self winding scuba diving wristwatch by Jaeger LeCoultre, circa 2008. Estimate: €12,000-18,000 ($13,624 – 20,436)- Gerald Genta: Arena. Perpetual Quantim & Gmt. Ref. Aqg.Y.87, To 2009 Wristwatch. With thick round titanium case and brushed platinum bezel. Perforated red dial with luminous points, skeleton hands and central seconds. Four silver and black counters. Indication of second 24-hour time zone, day, month, date, and leap years. Push at 10 o'clock for setting the second time zone and correctors on the edge. Screwed sapphire back. Automatic movement with cal. GG7044, with partridge eye decoration, 27 jewels, 18K gold rotor. Crocodile bracelet with GG titanium folding clasp. Dial, case and movement signed. Numbered 71 and 126669. Diam. 45 mm. Large box in black croco containing a second smaller, containing a magnifying glass and a compass, and a case on rotor. Estimate: € 10,000-15,000 ($11,353 - 17,030)For details, visit: https://www.tajan.comClick on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
What: Exquisite JewelleryWhere: Dorotheum; Dorotheergasse 17, 1010 Wien, AustriaWhen: December 14; 04.00 pmPublic Viewing: 01.12.2018 - 13.12.2018Top lots of the sale:- Orientperlen Ring. Rosegold 750, pink diamonds total weight ca. 2,50 ct, 13,8 g, RW 52GIA Certificate Nr. 1117571062 from 2010 is beiox. Estimate: EUR 22,000 (USD 25,500)- Brilliant polyolite connector (ear ring), total approx. 5.80 ct. White gold 750, removable support discs, 5.1 gog5. Estimate: EUR 22,000 (USD 25,500)- Brillant ring approx. ca. 5,40 ct. White gold 750, one brilliant approx. 5.25 ct, smaller brilliants totaling approx. 0.15 ct, RW 544.9 gog4. Estimate: EUR 20,000 (USD 23,500)- Old-cut brilliant solitaire approx. 3 ct. White gold 585, 2.7 g, RW 62 og3. Estimate: EUR 15,000 (USD 17,500)- Brilliant coral cross pendant. Gold 750, brilliants totaling approx. 7.50 ct, product of the company Hornemann, Dusseldorf, 2 leather chokers, clasp u. Connectors, gold 750, length approx. 50 cm, 316.8 g, velvet pouch og130. Estimate: EUR 15,000 (USD 17,500)- Old cut brillant earrings total weight ca. 6 ct. Rosegold 585, silver ca. 800, two old-cut brilliants totaling approx. 5.80 ct, two smaller ones totaling approx. 0.20 ct, work around 1900, 5.8 gox. Estimate: EUR 15,000 (USD 17,500)- Diamond broche approx. 12.90 ct. 2.50 ct., Drop-cut diamonds total weight approx. 6.50 ct. Baguette and trapeze cut diamonds total weight approx. 4.00 ct 25.6 g, 1 case p26. Platinum 950, double needle with tension spring, diamonds approx. Estimate: EUR 13,000 (USD 15,000)- A diamond ring. ca. 10.50 ct. Platinum 950, white gold 750, brilliants total weight ca. 2.50 ct, diamonds and jewelery Diamonds in trapezium cut total approx. 8 ct, best. from: Ring, RW 54, 2 ear clips, 28 g, Dorotheumsgutachten of 2018 is beiog26. Estimate: EUR 13,000 (USD 15,000)- Old-cut brilliant evening bag totaling approx. 1.50 ct. Gold 750, platinum 950, 2 cabochon cut rubies, gold braiding, serial numbers 751, 1023 22, work first third of the 20th century, 327.2 gox. Estimate: EUR 12,000 (USD 14,000)- Opal set totaling approx. 50 ct. Gold 750, partly fine gold colored, brilliants total weight ca. 3,40 ct, emeralds ca. ca. 12 ct, best. made of: ring, RW 51, brooch, necklace, pendant, length ca.42 cm, 2 earstuds with detachable pendant parts, necklace, bracelet, lengths approx. 43 cm a. 17 cm, plug-in safety closures, 118.8 g some opals with drying cracks, copy of a certificate from 2006 is attached, made Formetuiog106. Estimate: EUR 10,000 (USD 11,500)- Old-cut brilliant solitaire approx. 3.30 ct. White gold 750, 7,7 g, RW 50, ring rail insert white gold 585, case O8. Estimate: EUR 10,000 (USD 11,500)For details, visit: https://www.dorotheum.com/Click on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
What: Fire & LightWhere: Bonhams, 580 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022, USAWhen: December 14, 02.00 PM ESTPublic Viewing: 10 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 11 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 12 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 13 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 ESTTop lots of the sale:- Gino Cenedese (1907-1973) and Antonio Da Ros (1936-2012): Important Vetri Sommersi Contrappunto Sasso Exhibition Vase, 1960. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, sommerso glass, engraved 'Antonio da Ros 1960 Cenedese', height 10 3/4in (27.5cm); width 6 3/4in (17cm); depth 2 3/4in (7cm). Estimate: US$ 15,000 - 20,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Unique Mano, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, corroso glass, height 5in (13cm); width 8 1/4in (21cm); depth 5in (13cm). Estimate: US$ 10,000 - 15,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Prototype Collasso, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, corroso glass, engraved 'Alfredo Barbini 1948', height 7in (18cm); width 14in (36cm); depth 9in (23cm). Estimate: US$ 10,000 - 15,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Unique Mano, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, clear corroso glass with pale green tint, height 2 1/4in (7cm); width 7in (18cm); depth 5 1/4in (13.5cm). Estimate: US$ 8,000 - 12,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Unique Busto Maschile, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, corroso glass, height 6 1/2 (16.5cm); width 5in (13cm); depth 3in (8cm). Estimate: US$ 7,000 - 9,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Unique Figura in Piedi, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, scavo glass with gold foil applications, engraved 'Alfredo Barbini Murano 1948', height 17 1/2in (44.5cm). Estimate: US$ 7,000 - 9,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Rare Cefaliforme Vase, 1948. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, scavo glass, engraved 'Alfredo Barbini Cenedese Murano 1948', height 9 1/4in (23.5cm). Estimate: US$ 7,000 - 9,000- Antonio Da Ros (1936-2012): Two Rare Large Clessidra a Tronco di Cono Vases, 1964. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, seville orange cased in clear and dark smokey purple sommerso glass, cased in clear, height 17 1/4in (44cm). Estimate: US$ 6,000 - 8,000- Vetreria Gino Cenedese (founded 1946): Two Rare Magma con Greche Vases, 1964. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, cased opaque iridescent and applied glass, height 12 1/4in (31cm). Estimate: US$ 6,000 - 8,000- Antonio Da Ros (1936-2012): Three Rare Bottiglia Tipo Sasso con Collo Corto Vases, 1965. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, sommerso glass, the clear example with narrow band of internal decoration, largest example height 15in (38cm). Estimate: US$ 5,500 - 7,500- Antonio Da Ros (1936-2012): Group of Four Rare Clessidra a Fungo Vases, 1964. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, sommerso glass, heights 5 1/2in (14cm) to 12in (30.5cm). Estimate: US$ 5,000 - 7,000- Alfredo Barbini (1912-2007): Rare Figura Dormiente, 1948-49. For Vetreria Gino Cenedese, pale amethyst corroso glass with gold foil applications, height 3 1/4in (8cm); width 11 1/4in (28.5cm). Estimate: US$ 5,000 - 7,000For details, visit: https://www.bonhams.com/Click on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
What: Modern Decorative Art + DesignWhere: Bonhams, 580 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022, USAWhen: December 14, 10.30 ESTPublic Viewing: 10 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 11 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 12 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 EST; 13 Dec 2018 10:00 - 17:00 ESTTop lots of the sale:- Claude Lalanne (Born 1924): Unique Structure Vegetal aux Papillons Chandelier, 1998. Gilt and patinated bronze, galvanized copper, with fifteen lights, stamped 'Lalanne 1/1 Cl 98 Lalanne', height 29 1/2in (75cm); diameter 46in (117cm). Estimate: US$ 150,000 - US$ 250,000- Tiffany Studios (1899-1930): Important Tulip Lamp, circa 1910. With a rare reticulated 'Queen Anne's Lace' base, leaded glass, patinated bronze, shade stamped 'Tiffany Studios 1548'; Base Stamped 'Tiffany Studios New York 397", height 28 1/4in (72cm); diameter of the shade 22 1/2in (57cm). Estimate: US$ 150,000 - US$ 250,000- Tiffany Studios (1899-1930): Rare and Early Trumpet Creeper Hanging Lamp, 1902-05. Leaded glass and patinated bronze, drop 48 1/2in (123 cm); diameter 25in (63.5 cm). Estimate: US$ 100,000 - US$ 150,000- Stanislav Libensky (1921-2002), Jaroslava Brychtova (Born 1921): Early Imprint of an Angel, 1997. Cast glass, engraved 'S.Libenský J. Brychtova 1996-97' , height 33in (84cm); width 43 1/2in (110cm); depth 12 1/2in (32cm). Estimate: US$ 70,000 - US$ 90,000- Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) and Jacques Gruber (1870-1936): Important Monnaie du Pape Ceiling Light from the Villa Majorelle, 1901. Wrought iron, tinted and opalescent glass, height 22 1/2in (57cm); diameter 38 5/8in (98cm). Estimate: US$ 60,000 - US$ 80,000- Claude Lalanne (born 1924): Structure Vegetal Candelabra, 1999. Bronze with applied patina, stamped '99 Lalanne, 2 and monogrammed CL', height 35 1/2in (90cm); width 22in (56cm); depth 22in (56cm). Estimate: US$ 60,000 - US$ 80,000- François Pompon (1855-1933): Pigeon Boulant, 1927. Carved marble, engraved 'Pompon', together with a certificate of authenticity from Liliane Colas, height 20 1/2in (52cm); width 5 1/4in (13.4cm); depth 7 3/4in (19.5cm). Estimate: US$ 50,000 - US$ 70,000- Tiffany Studios (1899-1930): Rare Geometric Turtle-Back Banded Hanging Lamp, circa 1905. Leaded glass, Favrile glass, patinated bronze, stamped 'Tiffany Studios New York', shade height 18in (46cm); diameter 30in (76cm); chain height 28 1/2in (72cm). Estimate: US$ 50,000 - US$ 70,000- Carlo Mollino (1905-1973): Three Pivoting Panels from Casa Ada and Cesare Minola, 1945. Lacquered and gilded wood, glass, each door height 116 1/2in (296cm); width 42 1/8in (107cm); depth 2 1/4in (6cm). Estimate: US$ 50,000 - US$ 70,000- George Nakashima (1905-1990): Rare Hanging Wall Case with Cross-Legged Return: 1960. American black walnut, English burl walnut with free edges and butterfly joint, pandanus cloth, ink mark 'Dr Weiss'. Wall case height 22in (56cm); width 82in (208cm); depth 16in (41cm); return height 29in (74cm); width 89in (226cm); depth 32 1/2in (82.5cm). Estimate: US$ 50,000 - US$ 70,000For details, visit: https://www.bonhams.com/Click on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin
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