Posts Tagged ‘regulations’

COVID-19: Government Poised to Amend Regulations to Allow Use of Unlicensed Vaccine

Counter Information Experts say robust legal protections are needed to inspire public confidence. Clare Dyer reports By Clare Dyer Global Research, October 30, 2020BMJ 28 September 2020 The UK government has set out plans to amend drug regulations in case it decides that covid-19 vaccines should be used before they are licensed, in a bid to roll […]

Mass Friday prayers held at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa in violation of regulations

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Helicopters Over DC Protesters Broke Regulations

Above photo: A helicopter circles low as demonstrators kneel to protest the death of George Floyd, Monday, June 1, 2020, near the White House in Washington. Evan Vucci/AP. The D.C. National Guard and Pentagon IG are fighting over who to blame for the dangerous incident that symbolized Trump’s militarized response. NOTE: This article comes from […]

Watch: Israelis protest Netanyahu despite emergency regulations

Israelis across the country took to the streets on Saturday, continuing months of weekly protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and despite restrictions prompted by the coronavirus. The protesters gathered in clusters close to their homes, an attempt not to violate pandemic measures that limit movement within one kilometre (0.6 miles) of a person’s place […]

In first, Israel issues regulations for private day care centers

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Massive Protest Against Corona Regulations in Berlin

Video taken from EMKA17. – According to confirmation from the police of Berlin, it has been confirmed that between 500,000 and 1 million peaceful protesters (mostly without Masks) demonstrate against the Corona rules. Bitchute link Hits: 7

This Week In Ridiculous Regulations

April 10, 2018 By Ryan Young It may not feel like spring yet, but regulatory agencies have turned their fancies to rulemaking, with 45 proposed and 70 final regulations ranging from the size of oranges to yellow lances. On to the data: Last week, 70 new final regulations were published in […]

Trump To Rollback Deepwater Horizon Regulations

The Trump administration is hoping to slash regulations on offshore oil drilling that were implemented after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster that killed nearly a dozen people and led to an oil leak that spewed for months. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), which is […]

Big Banks, Lobbyists and the ECB Regulations Farce

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Totalitarian regulations force Suite 17 dance café in Belgium to close

nsnbc : The popular pub and dancing café Suite 17 in the Belgian city of Bruges has been forced to close its doors after […]

Net Neutrality Regulations Are Pushed by Large Corporations

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Scott Walker Set To Sign Koch Anti-Regulations Bill In Wisconsin

Above Photo: Koch Industries puppet Credit: Ryan O’Hara, CC BY–NC–SA 2.0 A bill with the potential to hobble government agencies’ ability to propose regulations, known as the REINS (Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny) Act, has passed in both chambers of the Wisconsin Legislature and Republican Governor Scott Walker‘s office has told DeSmog he intends to sign it into law. REINS has been pushed for years at […]

Trump’s Secretive ‘Deep Industry’ Teams Hired To Roll Back Regulations

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt holds up a hardhat he was given during a visit to Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company’s Harvey Mine in Sycamore, Pa., April 13, 2017. (AP/Gene J. Puskar) President Trump entered office pledging to cut red tape, and within weeks, he ordered his administration to assemble teams to aggressively scale […]

Grenfell Disaster: Why The Fire Regulations Failed

David ScottUK Column Why did the fire regulations desert the residents of Grenfell Tower? Politicians talk of the horrors of deregulation, and look to use this spectre to pin the blame for Grenfell on their opponents. This is understandable, for it is in their interests to have more regulation and more control over society; all […]

Investigating Kulak Unrest at the (((New York Times)))

Atlantic Centurion July 15, 2016 A recent article in the (((New York Times))), titled “For Whites Sensing Decline, Donald Trump Unleashes Words of Resistance,” takes on the intersection of the Trump campaign and the rise of the alt-right. I’ve written on the Trump-fueled growth of White identity politics before (1, 2, 3, 4) in addition […]

Drone shows terrible impact of Baghdad blast that killed 250 (VIDEO)

The footage, provided by RT’s video news agency Ruptly, shows the devastated shopping center closest to the epicenter of the explosion, caused by an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) suicide bomber driving a refrigerator truck laden with home-made devices into a busy square early on Sunday morning. Limp banners hang alongside its damaged carcass, with […]

Iran to export petchems to Egypt

Parviz Sahafzadeh made remarks saying “before the imposition of sanctions, certain petrochemical and polymeric products were deployed to Egypt by some Iranian companies in the form of single-piece shipment.” The official highlighted that Iran and Egypt are both members of the specialized working group in petrochemical industry at D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation; “at the […]

Citibank And HSBC Worked With Firm At Center Of International Bribery Scandal

No business can operate without bankers — not even the bribery business. British financial giant HSBC and American bailout kingpin Citibank processed transactions, managed money and vouched for Unaoil, a once-obscure firm that is now at the center of a massive international corruption scandal. Police raided Unaoil’s Monaco offices and interviewed its […]

China slams US for ‘rape, murder & kidnappings,’ defends own human rights record at UN

“The US is notorious for prison abuse at Guantanamo prison, its gun violence is rampant, racism is its deep-rooted malaise,” Chinese diplomat Fu Cong said at the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday. “The United States conducts large-scale extra-territorial eavesdropping, uses drones to attack other countries’ innocent civilians, its troops on foreign soil commit rape […]

Turkish police use tear gas, water cannon against Kurdish protesters (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Turkish police actively used tear gas and water cannons against the Kurdish demonstrators with some of them retaliating by throwing stones at riot control vehicles. People which joined the rally organized by the Democratic Regions Party (DBP), pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP), the Democratic Society Congress and some other Kurdish NGOs, gathered in Diyarbakir’s central […]

“Enjoy Your Final Christmas”… The Queen’s 2015 Christmas Message

The Queen dropped a bombshell yesterday while filming her annual Christmas Message for the BBC, hinting at deep personal regrets over the murder of Princess Diana, a BBC insider claims. Clearly troubled, the Queen said, “She knew too much.” The Queen asked her subjects to understand that the Royal Family simply did what was necessary […]

Two Pals killed by Israeli forces in Gaza, West Bank

Days of Palestine, Gaza Strip/ West Bank –Israeli occupation forces killed two Palestinians on Friday and wounded more than 30 others in Gaza Strip and occupied West Bank. Spokesman of the Palestinian Ministry of Health Ashraf al-Qidra said that the Israeli occupation forces shot dead the Palestinian youth Hani Wahda, 22, in the east of […]

Plot Thickens: Pentagon Now Facing More Scrutiny Over $766 Million Task Force

Earlier this month, we reported that the Pentagon was making it difficult for the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction to investigate reports of gross waste and mismanagement by the now-defunct, five-year Task Force for Business Stability Operations. One of its projects, a gas station, cost 140 times what it should have. […]

Historian Says Rothschilds are Chasid Puppets

  November 8, 2015 by Henry Makow Ph.D. A Munich-based historian Wolfgang Eggert, 54, believes orthodox Jews called Chasidim want to instigate a nuclear holocaust to fulfill Biblical prophesy. (Chasidim is plural of Chasid.) He thinks these religious fanatics must be exposed. The largest Hasidim group, the Chabad Lubavitcher sect  want to hasten Armageddon to […]

SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: August 30, 2015 Edition

EPA to Defy Judge Judge Ralph Erickson of the District Court for the District of North Dakota granted plaintiffs an injunction against the Environmental Protection Agency’s implementation of new navigable waterways regulations that were set for immediate enforcement. The EPA’s new regulations would have extended its authority over every body of water within […]

Environmental Regulations Close Energy Plants

  John ReynoldThe State Journal-Register October 4, 2011 Officials at Ameren said environmental regulations are behind the planned closure of the Meredosia and Hutsonville energy centers. The shutdown, which is expected to occur by the end of the year, will result in the elimination of 90 positions, but company officials said they hope to move […]

Mobile phone giant challenges new US regulations on internet neutrality

  Juliette Garside Guardian Oct 2, 2011 The largest US mobile phone company has began legal action against new government regulations that protect the free flow of internet traffic in the latest twist on the “net neutrality” debate. Verizon Communications is taking the action following the publication last week of new Federal Communications Commission rules barring fixed-line broadband companies […]

Verizon challenges new US regulations on internet neutrality

  Juliette GarsideLondon Guardian October 2, 2011 The largest US mobile phone company has began legal action against new government regulations that protect the free flow of internet traffic in the latest twist on the “net neutrality” debate. Verizon Communications is taking the action following the publication last week of new Federal Communications Commission rules […]

EPA: Regulations would require 230,000 new employees, $21 billion

Matthew Boyle The Daily Caller Sept 27, 2011 The Environmental Protection Agency has said new greenhouse gas regulations, as proposed, may be “absurd” in application and “impossible to administer” by its self-imposed 2016 deadline. But the agency is still asking for taxpayers to shoulder the burden of up to 230,000 new bureaucrats — at a […]

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