Posts Tagged ‘processing’

‘Let Them Go!’: Tears, Shock Over ICE Raids At Mississippi Food Processing Plants

‘Let Them Go!’: Tears, Shock Over ICE Raids At Mississippi Food Processing Plants Above Photo: Joe Brusky/Flickr MORTON — U.S. immigration officials raided numerous Mississippi food processing plants Wednesday, arresting 680 mostly Latino workers in what marked the largest workplace sting in at least a decade. The raids, planned months ago, happened just hours before President […]

Living the 5D Shift: The Daily Process of Karmic Processing

October 12th, 2018 By Open Contributing writer for Wake Up World There’s simply no escaping it, everyone is here to process karma. This is where unrealised aspects of soul get stuck within the drama, by some form of identification, and then build internal eddy currents of energy. This causes some form of inner ‘tightness’, which then projects […]

Iran launches Hengam gas processing complex

SHANA – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani officially inaugurated the gas processing complex of Hengam Joint Oilfield. The plant can process 80 mcm/day of natural gas which was previously flared. Iranian contractors, manufacturers and advisors developed the complex whose return on investment will be less than a year. The project generates $700,000 per day of revenues […]

Spiritual Insight into Processing the Grief of Loss

November 29th, 2017 By Open Contributing writer for Wake Up World Ever find yourself in grief at loss? For example losing a loved one, a valued career or cherished location. It is, without doubt, one of the most challenging things we can face. But there are some key clues to finding the light through it. Whenever you […]

Contaminated chicken: Government looks at farmers, rather than processing plants, for the blame

(Natural News) Butchers and small-scale farm shops are currently being scrutinized by the Food Standard Agency (FSA) amidst allegations that they are selling chicken contaminated with the food poisoning bacterium Campylobacter, according to a report by The Daily Mail. The FSA has determined 54 percent of chicken sold on High Street (a primary business street market […]

More cover-ups and stalling: Pope Francis admits backlog in processing sex abuse cases against pedophile priests

     Have you ever asked yourself why it has been decades now since the Catholic church has had any high-profile sex scandals involving pedophile priests? Apparently, it’s because they’re doing their best to keep it quiet, at least until now. According to FoxNews, “Pope Francis acknowledged Saturday that the Vatican has a 2,000-case backlog in […]

Swiss Banker Whistleblower: CIA Behind Panama Papers

Swiss Banker Whistleblower: CIA Behind Panama Papers April 12th, 2016 Via: CNBC: Bradley Birkenfeld is the most significant financial whistleblower of all time, so you might think he’d be cheering on the disclosures in the new Panama Papers leaks. But today, Birkenfeld is raising […]

Cat builds an igloo after blizzard

     When a blizzard hits the Denver area, this cat builds an igloo! Or tries to help dig the family out of snow weather conditions. Either way, this is a very impressive tunnel. . Source Article from https://www.sott.net/article/315242-Cat-builds-an-igloo-after-blizzard Related Posts Is Walmart Working With the Government to Distribute EVERYTHING When the SHTF? By Daisy Luther […]

Sisi updated on cooperation deals with China ahead of Jinping’s visit

TCP : President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held Monday meetings with the Ministers of Housing and Electricity to review cooperation agreements between Egypt and China ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s expected visit to Cairo, according to presidential statements. President Sisi During His Visit To China – YOUM7 Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker updated Sisi on […]

Mayor of Flint, Michigan declares public health emergency over lead water crisis

     The mayor of Flint, Michigan declared a public health emergency on Monday after tests showed the city’s water is causing elevated levels of lead in children. Residents have been complaining for months about the smell, taste, and look of the city’s water. Flint Mayor Karen Weaver declared the state of emergency at City Hall, […]

New processing system aims to improve behaviour of detainees

Video Video Tony Abbott is refusing to accept blame for the government’s decision to abandon offshore processing. Julia Gillard has conceded the government can’t implement its controversial Malaysian people swap deal. IMMIGRATION authorities are scrambling to put in place new asylum-seeker processing arrangements that are expected to see most new arrivals out of detention within […]

Offshore processing backdown will bring boats: Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard and Chris Bowen outline the government’s position on asylum-seekers in a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra. Picture: Kym Smith Source: The Australian JULIA Gillard has predicted an increase in boat arrivals after yesterday being forced to abandon offshore processing and softening the treatment of asylum-seekers who arrive by sea. Under Labor’s […]

Fraser calls for onshore processing

Updated: 21:18, Sunday October 9, 2011 A group of prominent Australians, including former prime minister Malcolm Fraser, has called on the federal government to process refugees onshore. In an open letter to federal parliament, the group says the current debate over asylum seekers is doing tremendous damage to Australia’s international reputation. The letter said the […]

Labor bullish on Malaysia asylum-seeker processing plan

The federal government is pressing ahead with its plan to process asylum-seekers in Malaysia despite uncertainty it will have the numbers. Source: Supplied THE federal government is pressing ahead with its plan to process asylum-seekers in Malaysia despite uncertainty it will have the numbers, Labor frontbencher Greg Combet says. The government is set to try […]

Govt challenged over offshore processing

Updated: 07:56, Sunday September 18, 2011 It’s been another unhappy weekend for the federal government, with Tony Abbott indicating he’s unlikely to back plans to changes laws so asylum seekers can be sent to Malaysia, and a government minister being chased in Sydney by pro-refugee activists. The opposition leader hasn’t said yet what he will […]

Gillard wins backing on offshore processing

Print Email Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 13/09/2011 Reporter: Philippa McDonald The Prime Minister has won the support of the Labor Caucus for broad changes to the Migration Act to give her Government the power to set up offshore processing of asylum seekers and to revive the so-called Malaysia Solution. Transcript ALI MOORE, PRESENTER: The Prime […]

Abbott to consider offshore processing bill

Alexandra Kirk and staff Updated September 12, 2011 19:14:13 The Immigration Minister wants the power to send unaccompanied minors to Malaysia or Papua New Guinea. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says he will consider the Prime Minister’s bill to allow offshore processing, but has reiterated his objection to her Malaysian solution. Julia Gillard has won the […]

Onshore processing a threat to social harmony, Labor told

The federal coalition says it wants the Malaysian swap deal to be scrapped for good. A RETREAT to onshore-only processing of asylum-seekers poses a risk to Australia’s social cohesion and could lead to the kind of cultural problems afflicting England and France. Advice provided to the Gillard government by senior bureaucrats says that without offshore […]

Tony Abbott warned processing refugees on mainland will cause social unrest

The Government wants to process asylum seekers off-shore. Picture: AFP Source: AFP BRINGING asylum seekers onto the Australian mainland could lead to the social unrest which has caused violence and disruption across Paris and London, Tony Abbott was warned. It comes as the Government believes 600 people a month would enter Australia without checks on […]

Processing asylum seekers: how it works

What happens now if more people smugglers’ boats are intercepted by the navy? New asylum seekers arriving by boat following yesterday High Court’s ruling will have to be processed normally within Australia, says human rights advocate Julian Burnside QC. He said the government had “no option but to process their claims for asylum in the […]

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