Archive for September, 2021

Fifth migrant dies at Poland-Belarus border as UN calls for more protection

A fifth migrant has died at the border between Poland and Belarus, border guard officials have confirmed. Polish authorities said it happened as they detained a group of migrants from Iraq near the Belarusian border on Thursday night. “One of the men, despite being resuscitated by the patrol and the ambulance team, died (probably of […]

Fog catchers provide water to deserted hills of Lima

Peruvians living in one of the world’s driest areas may have a solution to their water crisis – “fog catchers” that catch droplets through thick, swirling blankets of mist. The NGO Peruvians Without Water has helped provide panels covered with polyethene nets, which carry the droplets through a pipe to a collection tank that can […]

The Global South Stands United Against Apartheid

Above Photo: Brahim Guedich, Wikimedia Over 700 Global South leaders call for an end to Israeli apartheid and de facto annexation. The Global South Response against Israel’s apartheid and annexation plan was launched in July 2020, endorsing the Palestinian civil society demands of UN investigation into Israel’s apartheid, ending business ties, supporting the ICC probe and imposing […]

ECB’s Lagarde Says Many Causes of Inflation Spike Are Temporary

FRANKFURT—Many of the drivers of a recent spike in euro zone inflation are temporary and due to fade in the next year, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said. Euro zone prices have been rebounding faster than expected as the economy reopened after pandemic-induced lockdowns, and several ECB policymakers think inflation will be close to, […]

John Kerry Draws Criticism for Brushing Off Question on CCP’s Crimes Against Uyghurs

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry appeared to be indifferent to the plight of Uyghurs in China when he said “life is always full of tough choices” in a recent interview with Bloomberg. Kerry was asked, “Clearly a priority of the Biden administration is really addressing climate, but it’s not the only priority. There are other […]

Japan’s September Manufacturing Activity Growth Slows: Flash PMI

TOKYO—Japan’s factory activity grew at the slowest pace in eight months in September as output and orders contracted, while that of the services sector remained in its downturn, underscoring the protracted impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The au Jibun Bank Flash Japan Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) slipped to a seasonally adjusted 51.2 in September […]

Climate is the key issue for voters. Is that helping Germany’s Greens?

Climate change has been ranked ahead of immigration and COVID-19 as German voters’ top election issue ahead of Sunday’s vote. But, for the German Greens, that hasn’t translated into election opinion polls. The party has been on the political scene for decades, becoming the largest and one of the most influential Green parties in Europe. […]

Ancient Tales of Wisdom: The Stone in the Road

Ancient tales of wisdom remind us of the traditions and moral values that have been treasured all over the world. We hope the stories and messages in our Tales of Wisdom series help uplift the hearts and minds of our readers. “The Stone in the Road” is a short tale that tells of the eventual […]

Elon Musk Expects Chip Shortage to Be Short-Lived as Production Capacity Expands

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk said Friday that he sees an end to the semiconductor supply shortage in relatively short order thanks to new chip plants being planned and already under construction. “There’s a lot of chip fabrication plants that are being built,” Musk said via video uplink at an Italian Tech Week event. “I think […]

Video: School Board Attempts To Silence Parent Reading Out Pedo Porn Books From Its Own Library

The Hungarian government has informed the EU it has no business telling Hungarians how to raise their kids following the globalist body’s interference over the teaching of LGBT issues in schools. A law passed by Hungary’s National Assembly last month ensured that sex education in schools “must not be aimed” at “promoting homosexuality” or “changing […]

Nike Warns on Holiday Delays, Cuts Full-Year Sales Estimate

Nike Inc. on Thursday cut its fiscal 2022 sales expectations and said it expects delays during the holiday shopping season, blaming a supply chain crunch that has left it with soaring freight costs and products stuck in transit. Months-long factory closures in Vietnam, where about half of all Nike footwear is manufactured, have piled more […]

US Rights Group Calls on UN to Address China’s Forced Organ Harvesting

U.S.-based advocacy group Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) is calling on the United Nations to take action against China’s state-sanctioned practice of killing prisoners of conscience to supply organs for its lucrative transplant market. “The failure of the United Nations to address and thoroughly investigate the forced organ harvesting from living people in China […]

Increased testing shows positive cases are on the rise

Palestinian mourners carry the body of Zana Khattab who died of the coronavirus, in Deir al-Balah in central Gaza on September 22, 2021. (Photo: Ashraf Amra/APA Images) The Latest: 422,310 Palestinians tested positive for COVID-19; 387,672 recoveries; 4,248 deaths Of Palestinians who tested positive, 231,719 live in the West Bank, 160,733 live in the Gaza […]

Too Late: House Passes Amendment To Defund Wuhan Lab Middleman Outfit EcoHealth Alliance

The Italian government has passed a decree applying to both the private and public sector ordering companies to withhold pay from workers who refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine. The decree mandates that all employees get the vaccine ‘green pass’, which led to questions about what would happen to the millions of Italians who remain […]

Climate Group Insulate Britain Blocks Europe’s Busiest Ferry Port

Climate campaign group Insulate Britain escalated their protest action on Friday by blocking the Port of Dover, the busiest ferry port in Europe, despite the government’s warning that they face possible imprisonment if such disruptive protests continue. More than 40 people blocked the A20 in Kent, which provides access to the Port of Dover. Their […]

Here are the German democratic challenges that political parties haven’t discussed | View

The rest of Europe eagerly awaits the outcome of the German federal elections on September 26th, as they are significant for the future politics of the entire continent. This was a strange campaign for German standards. Even perennial domestic themes such as integration, security on the streets and education were sidelined by discussions about the […]

CDC Recommends COVID-19 Booster Vaccine for Group That Advisory Panel Did Not

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overrode its vaccine advisory panel early Friday and said people as young as 18 who have certain jobs or living situations may get a COVID-19 vaccine booster. The recommendation means millions of more Americans may get a booster shot, even though experts during a meeting said there […]

Dog Refuses to Go Home for More Lockdown

By Inspired Videos Inspired Videos September 24, 2021 Updated: September 24, 2021 This is too funny. Looks like this pooch has her owner wrapped around her paw. Kudos to the owner who is so kind and patient. Inspired Videos Follow Source 00

Another Triple Alliance is Forged?

The unveiling of AUKUS, a new geopolitical configuration comprising Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, (the acronym comes by initial letters of the participating countries), has been one of the most remarkable events in global politics in recent weeks. For now, it is difficult to assess the nature of such a move. Chances […]

Video: New York Governor Plans To Replace Unvaccinated Health Workers With Foreigners

Joe Biden’s Commerce Secretary has claimed that “nobody is being forced” to get vaccinated, despite last week’s announcement that millions of Americans will be mandated to take the shot in order to go to work. Gina Raimondo made the comments Tuesday in an interview on MSNBC, after host Stephanie Ruhle proclaimed she was “puzzled by […]

Scientists are developing plants that can deliver same vaccine technology used by Pfizer and Moderna Covid shots by being EATEN

Researchers at UC Riverside are investigating ways to insert mRNA vaccine technology used for the Pfizer and Moderna Covid shots into edible plants The chloroplasts of the plant will be used to carry the mRNA, and a person could take the vaccine orally by eating the plant If successful, the plants would allow for vaccines […]

La Palma volcano: Lava progress slows but eruption far from over

The advance of molten rock from the volcanic eruption on La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands has slowed significantly with one of the two lava rivers grinding to a halt. The Cumbre Vieja volcano erupted on Sunday and lava now covers 166 hectares. It has also swallowed up around 350 homes. Authorities announced on […]

Study: COVID-19 Lockdowns Caused More Deaths Instead of Reducing Them

As we begin to pick through the rubble of the early days of the coronavirus that started in Wuhan in an effort to determine with some specificity the origins of COVID-19, and whether it was accidentally or purposefully released from a Chinese lab, it is important, too, that we assess the wisdom of our public […]

More Disgusting Police Brutality in Australia as Orange Vest Protests Continue

UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer responded to police brutality dished out to anti-lockdown protesters in Germany last weekend by warning, “Authorities are increasingly viewing their own people as an enemy.” As we highlighted earlier in the week, Melzer, a professor of international law, made a request for eyewitnesses after footage emerged of numerous […]

Switzerland: Police Fire Rubber Bullets At Covid Passport Protesters In Swiss Capital

Swiss police used rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon to forcibly disperse a crowd protesting against Covid passports in the de facto capital of Bern on Thursday. The protest was banned by the authorities and canceled by organizers, but people still turned up and marched through the city, booing the police while chanting “freedom”. […]

Italy Orders Companies Not to Pay Unvaccinated Workers

The Italian government has passed a decree applying to both the private and public sector ordering companies to withhold pay from workers who refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine. The decree mandates that all employees get the vaccine ‘green pass’, which led to questions about what would happen to the millions of Italians who remain […]

Israel Says Unvaxxed, Untested Teachers Won’t Be Able To Teach & Won’t Get Paid

Israel announced this week that teachers who are unvaccinated or who fail to provide a negative covid test will not only be barred from entering schools, but will be denied a salary. Israel’s Health Ministry has instructed school principals that starting from October 3, they would be required to block entry to any teachers who […]

Russia record as daily deaths from COVID-19 hit new high

Russia on Friday recorded its highest number of daily COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic began with 828 lives lost over the previous 24 hours. This brings the death toll from the pandemic in the country to 202,273, according to the official tally kept by the Russian Coronavirus Taskforce. It is the highest in Europe. The […]

Biden Administration ‘Strongly Opposes’ Honorable Discharge For Troops Who Refuse Covid Jab

The Biden adminsitration has has issued a statement opposing an amendment to the defense bill that would prevent the Pentagon from dishonorably discharging service members who refuse to receive the covid jab. The Department of Defense recently mandated that all members of the military get the covid ‘vaccine’. Last week the army said that members […]

German election: How Germany’s deadly floods made climate change a key election issue

Sarah Branse had to act fast when the floodwaters began to rise in her neighbourhood of the Ahr Valley, in Rhineland-Palatinate, on July 14. An intensive care nurse at the Marienhaus Hospital in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Branse knew better than most what needed to be done. Branse, 37, immediately launched a private aid network, encouraging donations […]

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