Posts Tagged ‘difficult’

“Who Watches the Watchmen?” Infowars Case Raises Difficult Question For Both The Biden Administration and The Media

“Who watches the watchmen”? That question from a federal judge this week came in a confrontation with the Justice Department over its targeting or charging journalists. At issue is the prosecution of a controversial host of a far-right website called Infowars. Owen Shroyer was charged with trespass and disorderly conduct during the Jan. 6th riot. However, […]

Shocking and Dehumanizing Discrimination Against the Unvaccinated Is About to Make Life Very Difficult

By Daisy Luther All over the world, the hot-button subject of the moment is the Covid vaccination. Many governments discuss making it mandatory, a terrifying concept for people who believe that the vaccine is unsafe. But perhaps even more appalling are the shocking things that people are saying about those who are unvaccinated. This article […]

Investigation into the Decommissioning of Wolsong-1 NPP is Proving Difficult to Shut Down

On July 3, 2021, prosecutors concluded a high-profile criminal investigation into the premature shutdown of the nation’s second oldest nuclear reactor. Charges of abuse of power have been filed against former Blue House and Energy Ministry officials, including former Minister Baek Woon-gyu and Presidential Secretary Chae Hee-bong. Let us recap why this particular case is […]

NZ Herald: “Covid 19 coronavirus: ‘Extremely difficult’ – New herd immunity estimates revealed”

The Health Forum NZ’s comment below: THIS HERD WILL NOT BE IMMUNE BASED ON A VX…the official messaging is now changing, and is much more truthful.Until now all talk has been about reaching “herd immunity”….which was never a realistic possibility with the type of “non neutralising” VXs being rolled out….they do not prevent transmission of […]

Why Reiving the JCPOA is Difficult for the US

While the election of Ebrahim Raisi, who is known as a “hardliner” and “conservative” as opposed to the “moderate” Raisani, as Iran’s president could make a compromise difficult in the on-going negotiations between the US and Iran for reviving the JCPOA, the election of Raisi has also added a new variable of fear to the […]

How India Can  Save Two Million Crore Rs. and Four Million Trees in Difficult Times

It is widely agreed that  any family should face the challenge of difficult times by  first of all curbing all wasteful expenditure. This also applies to nations, or at least all nations who choose to act wisely. India is currently passing through very difficult economic times. Hence, acting wisely, it is important to explore all […]

Is Gerrymandering About to Become More Difficult?

OK, so what might you do about that? Well, one thing you can do is to make it a rule. Ohio was maybe the first state to do that, and it happened pretty recently. In 2018, Ohio voters passed a [state] constitutional amendment creating a commission—a not-very-independent commission, it turns out—and written into those rules […]

As A Doctor In Gaza, These Have Been The Most Difficult Days Of My Life

Above Image: Palestinians carry the wounded following a deadly Israeli airstrike on a cafe on the beach in Gaza City, May 17, 2021. Mohammed Zaanoun/Activestills. Dozens of the dead or wounded have arrived at my hospital for treatment. We are witnessing entire families being wiped off the face of the earth. For the last 14 […]

The Long and Difficult History of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, Spain

Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, more commonly known as the Sagrada Familia, is an unfinished Roman Catholic minor basilica located in Barcelona, Spain. The basilica was designed by the renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, though its construction had begun a year before Gaudi took over the Sagrada Familia project from a fellow architect. Consequently, the […]

Holocaust online resource confronts difficult questions

Where was God during the Holocaust? Could the Holocaust have occurred without Hitler? Why did the Nazis want to kill the Jews? What motivated people to risk their lives to save Jews?  Beyond the “what, where, and when” of the Holocaust, questions of the “why” and “how” often linger in people’s minds long after they […]

Illuminati Vowed in 1969: ‘Travel Will Be More Difficult’

by Henry Makow Ph.D. Like sheep, humanity had better adjust to constant harassment as long as it tolerates Illuminati control of all important government and social institutions. On March 20, 1969, Rockefeller insider Dr. Richard Day (1905-1989) gave a speech to the Pittsburgh division of the American Medical Association in which he predicted: “Travel… would […]

With Trump Gone, Anti-Trump Governors Find Life More Difficult

It’s a lot harder to be an anti-Trump politician when Donald Trump isn’t around anymore. Trump still exists, of course. He’s ensconced in his new post-presidency Elba, toggling back and forth between time on the golf course and threatening his former allies. But although he will still play a critical role in the Republican Party’s […]

Emerging Unity of Farmers and Workers A Sign of Hope in India’s Difficult Times

Written by Bharat Dogra and Jagmohan Singh It is very good that the farmers’ movement has given a call for observing  February 27 as Day of Unity of Farmers and Workers. On this day the nation is observing Sant Ravidas Jayanti. Along with other saints of the Bhakti and Sufi movements Sant Ravidas  stood for […]

Why Resolving the Farming Crisis in India is Both Very Urgent and Very Difficult

In the recent negotiations of the farmers movement with the government  spread over several rounds, the non-acceptance of the farmers’ demand for the repeal of the three controversial farm laws was presented as the most important reason for not reaching an agreement, while the truth is that this should be an easy demand  to accept […]

Dem Rep. Garamendi: Killing of Iranian Nuclear Scientist Will Make Rejoining Iran Deal ‘More Difficult, Perhaps Impossible’

On Saturday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America’s News HQ,” Rep. John Garamendi (D-CA) stated that the assassination of Iranian nuclear program scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh will make rejoining the Iran nuclear deal “somewhat more difficult, perhaps impossible.” Garamendi said, [relevant remarks begin around 3:15] “Iran will do something. Exactly what, we do not know. But […]

Volleyball expert says Alekno has a difficult task ahead

TEHRAN – Iranian Volleyball expert Nasser Shahnazi believes that Vladimir Alekno, new head coach of Iran national volleyball team, has a coaching style which can be challenging for the Iranian national team. In an exclusive e interview with Tehran Times, the former coach of Saipa club said: “It seems that we always behave differently than […]

Biden conjures dreams of new Middle East, but Trump’s damage will be difficult to repair

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Buy Lots Of Food And Store It Some Place Safe, Because Very Difficult Times Are Approaching

I’m just going to be very blunt with you. Things have already gotten quite crazy, but they are going to get even crazier. Global food supplies have already gotten tight, but they are going to get even tighter. When even the UN starts using the word “biblical” to describe the famine that the world is […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

It looks like the CIA is going to have a very difficult time with the ongoing color revolution in Belarus.

ZeroHedge.com Early this week the US State Department said there were no signs that Russia’s military plans to intervene in ongoing chaotic events in Belarus where swelling protests in the tens of thousands have brought Minsk to a standstill as opposition activists and strikers demand 26-year ruling President Alexander Lukashenko step down, or at least hold “fair” and […]

FEMA’s Work Following Harvey vs. Maria: Disaster Relief Difficult but Effort Counts

Three months after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, more than 47,000 flood victims continue to live in hotels. Tens of thousands more are living with relatives, in barely habitable homes, or scraping by with other arrangements. Local Houston officials estimate that Harvey destroyed or damaged more than 311,000 individual housing units — a whopping third of […]

Fukushima wildfire revives worries over airborne radiation from “difficult-to-return zone”

(Natural News) On the evening of April 29, a wildfire broke out in a mountain forest near the now-disabled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant. In a report by the Mainichi.jp, the publication stated that the fire started on the 448-meter high Mount Juman in Namie, a town in the Fukushima Prefecture. In response to […]

Iranian cleric calls forthcoming elections ‘difficult test for all’

Addressing worshippers in Tehran on Friday, Ayatollah Movahedi Kermani highlighted the importance of the 12th presidential election due to be held on May 19 and said, “In a sense, a difficult mountain pass is before us.” He further called on the people to understand the sensitivity of the election, saying the high turnout in the […]

Big Oil & Gas Get Exclusive Access To Public Lands

Print Friendly Above Photo: From therealnews.com DeSmogBlog’s Steve Horn discusses how Tim DeChristopher’s 2008 act of civil disobedience triggered a response by the oil and gas industries to move to online restrictive bidding SHARMINI PERIES, TRNN: It’s the Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. The world’s biggest banks are driving climate […]

Big Oil & Gas Get Exclusive Access To Public Lands

Print Friendly Above Photo: From therealnews.com DeSmogBlog’s Steve Horn discusses how Tim DeChristopher’s 2008 act of civil disobedience triggered a response by the oil and gas industries to move to online restrictive bidding SHARMINI PERIES, TRNN: It’s the Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. The world’s biggest banks are driving climate […]

Big Oil & Gas Get Exclusive Access To Public Lands

Print Friendly Above Photo: From therealnews.com DeSmogBlog’s Steve Horn discusses how Tim DeChristopher’s 2008 act of civil disobedience triggered a response by the oil and gas industries to move to online restrictive bidding SHARMINI PERIES, TRNN: It’s the Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore. The world’s biggest banks are driving climate […]

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