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Rock and Roll icon Mick Jagger has broken his political silence to accuse President Donald Trump of tearing up & # 39; of the American security measures on an extraordinary frantic Saturday
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Rock and Roll icon Mick Jagger has broken his political silence to accuse President Donald Trump of tearing up & # 39; of the American security measures on an extraordinary furious Saturday.

The Rolling Stones frontman said America should set the environmental standard that the world should follow, but under Trump's leadership, Jagger believes that environmental controls are being decimated.

Jagger, now 76, says he & # 39; absolutely behind & # 39; stands for young climate change activists who had previously occupied the red carpet at the Venice film festival, where the new psychological thriller in which he played the lead role, & The Burnt Orange Heresy & # 39 ;, debuted.

He then regretted how politics descended into a circus of abusive words, & # 39; this week in my own country & # 39; – a reference to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson comparing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn with a & # 39; big girl blouse & # 39; and a & # 39; chlorinated chicken & # 39 ;.

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Rock and Roll icon Mick Jagger has broken his political silence to accuse President Donald Trump of tearing up & # 39; of the American security measures on an extraordinary frantic Saturday

Rock and Roll icon Mick Jagger has broken his political silence to accuse President Donald Trump of tearing up & # 39; of the American security measures on an extraordinary frantic Saturday

The Rolling Stones frontman said America should set the environmental standard that the world should follow, but under the leadership of Trump, Jagger believes that environmental controls are being decimated

The Rolling Stones frontman said America should set the environmental standard that the world should follow, but under the leadership of Trump, Jagger believes that environmental controls are being decimated

The Rolling Stones frontman said America should set the environmental standard that the world should follow, but under the leadership of Trump, Jagger believes that environmental controls are being decimated

Jagger also deplored & # 39; the polarization and unsuitability in public life & # 39; although the one-off naughty boy from the 1960s rock admitted that he & # 39; not always for civilization & # 39; himself was.

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& # 39; But if you see it now … in so many countries, including mine this week, but especially in the US, it is a turning point.

& # 39; It's not about manners, & # 39; Jagger insisted and said he was scared where all this polarization and coarseness and lies will lead us to.

Even more worrying, the singer said, was that the few environmental schemes that existed were wiped out all over the world.

Jagger overturned Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement.

& # 39; We are currently in a very difficult situation, especially in the US, where all the environmental controls that have been introduced – which were practically adequate – have been reversed by the current government to be wiped out, & he added to.

Jagger, now 76, says he & # 39; absolutely behind & # 39; was young climate change activists who had previously occupied the red carpet at the Venice film festival, where the new psychological thriller in which he played the lead role, & The Burnt Orange Heresy & # 39 ;, debuted
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Jagger, now 76, says he & # 39; absolutely behind & # 39; was young climate change activists who had previously occupied the red carpet at the Venice film festival, where the new psychological thriller in which he played the lead role, & The Burnt Orange Heresy & # 39 ;, debuted

Jagger, now 76, says he & # 39; absolutely behind & # 39; was young climate change activists who had previously occupied the red carpet at the Venice film festival, where the new psychological thriller in which he played the lead role, & The Burnt Orange Heresy & # 39 ;, debuted

Jagger, who rarely commented on politics, said that & # 39; the US should be the world leader in environmental management, but now it has decided to go the other way.

& # 39; I am so happy that people think so much that they want to protest & # 39 ;, he said, referring to young activists from the Friday for Future movement by Greta Thunberg who & # 39; Listen to your children & # 39 ; and & # 39; Make the red carpet green & # 39; sprayed the red carpet of the festival.

Co-star Donald Sutherland reiterated his call to protest and urged people to take to the streets and vote for Trump, Johnson and the far-right leader of Brazil Jair Balsonaro.

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& # 39; Mick is right, the controls (in the US) under Obama were hardly adequate – now they are being pulled apart. It is the same in Brazil and they will be torn apart after the Brexit in England, "he warned.

& # 39; If you are 85 and have children and grandchildren, we will not leave anything behind if we do not vote those people outside in Brazil and in London and in Washington.

& # 39; They are causing the demise of the world & # 39 ;, something to which & we all contributed & # 39 ;, Sutherland added.

Jagger overturned Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement

Jagger overturned Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement

& # 39; We are currently in a very difficult situation, especially in the US, where all the environmental controls that have been introduced - which were practically adequate - have been reversed by the current government to be wiped out, & he added to

& # 39; We are currently in a very difficult situation, especially in the US, where all the environmental controls that have been introduced - which were practically adequate - have been reversed by the current government to be wiped out, & he added to

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Jagger overturned Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement. & # 39; We are currently in a very difficult situation, especially in the US, where all the environmental controls that have been introduced – which were practically adequate – have been reversed by the current government to be wiped out, & he added to

Jagger plays an art collector in a stylish thriller where & # 39; it is never clear who is telling the truth & # 39 ;.

& # 39; This film is about fake and the truth speaks about it, so it is part of this modern dialogue & # 39 ;, he told reporters.

& # 39; We are going through a very strange time. You know that you live in it, but you don't know what will happen at the end. & # 39;

The Venice film festival ends on Saturday, with the controversy hit Dreyfus Affair story & # 39; An Officer and a Spy & # 39; of Roman Polanski has already won the top prize from international critics.

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They chose & # 39; White on White & # 39; by director Theo Court, about the genocide of indigenous people in Patagonia, for their sidebar price.

The last two winners of the Golden Lion Grand Prix of Venice – & # 39; Roma & # 39; and the & # 39; Shape of Water & # 39; – have obtained the best photo at the Oscars.

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