US News "This is an ecological disaster": Jean-Pierre PERNAUT is inscribed against the wind turbines (video)
"Belmondo is a little better": Emmanuel Macron welcomes the memory of Jean-Paul Belmondo
This Thursday 9 September, Emmanuel Macron made a vibrant tribute to the life and career of Jean-Paul Belmondo , died on Monday at 88 years old. © ABACA Thursday, September 9, Emmanuel Macron made a vibrant tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo's life and career, died on Monday at 88 years old. The emotion was palpable in the court of the invalids. At a ceremony organized this Thursday, September 9, Emmanuel Macron went from his warm tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo.
guest in "C to you" on France 5, Jean-Pierre Pernaut said all the harm he thought of the Wind turbines this Friday, September 17th!
Guest in C to you on France 5 To promote its magazine in the heart of the regions, Jean-Pierre Pernaut was interviewed by Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine on a subject he evokes in his magazine, that of the wind turbines. The old presenter of TF1 13 hours is firmly opposed and explained why.
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the attitude of many Nice-OM actors of August 22 remain across the throat of some observers. That of Jean-Pierre floats in particular. © provided by Football 365 Jean-Pierre River questioned The meeting having opposed the OGC Nice at the Olympic of Marseille during the third day of Ligue 1 could not come to an end, the fault At niçois supporters who have sent dozens of projectiles, to this bottle received by Dimitri Payet who has tilted the meeting into a certain chaos.
" The wind, it works one day on three . The Germans have fallen into this improbable trap of doing wind turbines and stopping nuclear power. Today they pollute nine times more than us. So it takes quickly Stop wind turbines, is an ecological catastrophe, it's a financial disaster, and then it has no sense , "he said, before tackling the inhabitants of the capital surprisingly. " It creates ecologists, the Parisians agree , but there is nor in Île-de-France, curiously . There is plenty of room, I live in the Yvelines, in Yvelines There are no wind turbines , "he added.
If the Parisians are for nothing like Alain Duhamel replied, Jean-Pierre Pernaut has especially affirmed erroneous information. Last June, after a tribune of Stéphane Bern against the wind turbines,had recalled that these actually work 80% of the time at least. In addition, there are many wind turbines in the Yvelines and other departments of Île-de-France like Essonne or Seine-et-Marne.
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Jean-Pierre Pernaut also thinks of those who are near these facilities. " P QUOQO We put in front of my village? There is a village in the sum, monsures, there are 350 wind turbines within a radius of 20 kilometers! Do we realize the nightmare that people live who live under the wind turbines? , "he asked. As for the anti-nuclear, the journalist answers them: " and what do we do, we give coal plants as in Germany? (...) We must maintain nuclear power and develop it as we can ".
Why Jean-Chritophe Grangé explores Nazi nightmares in "Promises" .
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