Posts Tagged ‘iceland’

Snow walls of up to 16 feet high along road in East Iceland – snowfall considerably more than was once typical

   Summer may have officially started in Iceland on April 23, but you definitely couldn’t tell from the weather in Mjóifjörður, East Iceland, where authorities just spent four days digging a traversable roadway through snow walls of up to five meters [16 ft] in height. RÚV reports that the road into the village there has […]

Coronavirus: Iceland Tests 10% of Its Population, Half of Infected Have No Symptoms

Coronavirus is supposed to be a very dangerous disease, which is why most countries decided to sacrifice their economies in order to save their people. But it turns out that it isn’t really a dangerous disease. All of the countries promoting a hysteria in response to the virus have calculated the fatality […]

How Global Jewry Exerts Power: The Case of Iceland

LET’S LOOK at how global Jewry exerts pressure on Western countries to advance Jewish interests. To illustrate this, we’ll need to travel to Iceland… On February 1st, Iceland’s parliament introduced a bill to outlaw circumcising children younger than 18-years-old. The bill was sponsored by 8 of Iceland’s 63 parliament members, who spanned 5 different political […]

Iceland study identifies coronavirus mutations, says people may be infected by multiple waves of variants

(Natural News) Genetic sequencing of swabs from nearly 10,000 people in Iceland, where 648 cases have been reported as of Tuesday, has revealed 40 different mutations in the novel coronavirus. Sequencing results also revealed that a person may be infected by two variants of the virus. Researchers at deCODE genetics, a private biopharmaceutical company based […]

Land begins to rise again near volcano Thorbjorn, Iceland

   Land rise has begun again in the near surroundings of volcano Þorbjörn near Grindavík. As of yet, there are no imminent signs of volcanic unrest. This follows an earthquake that rattled the Reykjanes peninsula on March 12. Meteorologists have kept a keen eye on the area following initial land rise early in the year, […]

Iceland didn’t hunt any whales in 2019 – and public appetite for whale meat is fading

Joe Roman, Guest Waking Times One of the most important global conservation events of the past year was something that didn’t happen. For the first time since 2002, Iceland – one of just three countries that still allow commercial whaling – didn’t hunt any whales, even though its government had approved whaling permits in early […]

Supermarket Iceland’s Christmas Advertisement Banned For Being “Too Political”

The Facts: A tremendous amount of waste is created every year during the Christmas season. Reflect On: What is the meaning of Christmas to you? Are gifts the most important part or are you just following along with what has been ingrained in our consumer-driven society? Ahhh it’s that time of year again — everywhere […]

Prime Minister Of Iceland Calls For Prioritizing “Well-Being” Of Citizens Over GDP

The Facts: More than 60 doctors have expressed their concern that Julian Assange may die in prison, and that he is in need of urgent care. Reflect On: Never before have we seen the massive censorship of information, combine with the massive awakening of humanity. Our collective perception of the what’s happening on our world […]

Iceland Holds Funeral For Glacier Destroyed By Climate Change

Iceland Holds Funeral For Glacier Destroyed By Climate Change Above Photo: People look at the snow at the site of the former Okjökull glacier where a monument was unveiled. Jeremie Richard / AFP / Getty Images To put things into perspective, if the Antarctic ice sheet melted, it would raise global sea levels by around 200 feet. […]

50 pilot whales strand, 20 die in Iceland – 2 weeks after similar event locally

   Some 20 pilot whales have died stranded in mysterious circumstances on the south-western coast of Iceland, emergency services said Saturday, only two weeks after a similarly unexplained mass stranding had already killed dozens of the long-finned cetaceans. The dead whales, part of a group of 50 stranded whales, were discovered late Friday near Gardur, […]

Dozens of dead beached pilot whales found in West Iceland – 2nd recent mass stranding globally

   Dozens of beached pilot whales were detected on Löngufjörur beach on the Snæfellsnes peninsula, West Iceland, yesterday, Morgunblaðið reports. A helicopter pilot for Reykjavík helicopters and American tourists onboard the helicopter noticed the whales during a sightseeing flight yesterday. Judging from pictures they took, all the whales are dead. This part of the beach, […]

Duterte mocks Iceland, says its problem ‘is too much ice’

Iceland filed a draft resolution to the UN Human Rights Council, calling on them to launch an investigation into the controversial ‘war on drugs’ waged in the Philippines under Rodrigo Duterte. Human rights campaigners and some Western politicians accuse the police of extrajudicial killings of dealers and drug users. Duterte denies that the instances of […]

For The First Time In 17 Years, ZERO Whales Will Be Harpooned In Iceland!

The Facts: Donald Trump recently became the first president to set foot on North Korean soil. Regardless of the reasons and all of the nuclear talk, this type of “peace” has never been seen with North Korea. What does it mean? Reflect On: For years the western military industrial complex has been pushing propaganda about […]

American in Iceland Finds a Lump on Her Body and Her Viral Twitter Thread Shows How Much Better Their Healthcare Is

Chicago’s Mary Robinette Kowal is an award-winning historical fantasy and science fiction author, a 25-year professional puppeteer who has worked with Sesame Street, LazyTown, and her own company, a narrator, and a proud owner of two adorable cats. She’s also had her fair share of health scares. While living temporarily in Iceland, Kowal approached her […]

Iceland pro-Palestinian band may sue El Al over bad plane seats

Iceland’s entry in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Hatari, is considering filing a formal complaint with Israel’s El Al airline over claims ground crews intentionally seated the band’s members in undesirable seats on their Monday flight from Tel Aviv to London. The techno-metal steampunk act won effusive jeers during the song contest […]

Despite International Ban, Iceland Plans to Kill 2,000 Whales by 2023

Mandy Froelich, Truth Theory Waking Times In February 2019, Icelandic authorities announced their plan to kill more than 2,000 whales over a five-year period. Because the global demand for whale meat is declining, the trade is considered to be inhumane, and the conservation argument has flaws, environmentalists are enraged by the development. Every year until the year 2023, whalers […]

Mythology of Iceland – Elves, Dwarfs, and Fairies

By Thomas Keightley From The Fairy Mythology [1870] IT is in vain that we look into the works of travellers for information on the subject of popular belief in Iceland. Their attention was too much occupied by Geysers, volcanoes, agriculture, and religion, to allow them to devote any part of it to this, in their eyes, […]

Defend the Nation’s Sovereignty: Iceland Wants to Stop Foreign Land Ownership

Iceland is considering a law to ban foreigners from buying its land. The country’s authorities and local residents are concerned about how such land is being used. “First and foremost, I want to defend the nation’s sovereignty,” Iceland’s first environmentalist prime minister, Katrin Jakobsdottir, told Bloomberg. “It matters to us that we can decide how […]

Iceland’s Viking Heroes: Another ‘White Power Freak-Out’ over Nordic Sports Team Embracing Their Heritage

Iceland’s World Cup Team Depicted as Vikings in Official Video An official video promoting Iceland’s historic bid to win this year’s World Cup has been blasted for its white power imagery and for portraying the players as ‘inhuman’. The video depicts Iceland’s squad as Viking warriors in an animated illustration. Players such as Everton’s Gylfi […]

Iceland Is A Gun-Loving Country With No Shooting Murders Since 2007

While the remote island is the size of Kentucky and has a population similar to St. Louis, Missouri, Icelanders say the U.S. can learn from their gun laws. Once again we can look to Iceland for setting the trends that are benefiting the people of the country. After Iceland suffered a heavy hit […]

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