Posts Tagged ‘dilemma’

Climate Change and our Dilemma

On the sidelines of the climate change COP 26 meetings, a lot of background information came out in the limelight. The information is not new, would have been known to those working in the field for a long time but hasn’t received the attention it should. It is no doubt true that the Climate Change […]

Canadian Election: Vindication Becomes Moral Dilemma

The dish is back. Justin Trudeau can continue his unspoken campaign to be recognised as the best-looking world leader since Ireland’s Mary Robinson, as he has been re-elected to a third term as Prime Minister of Canada. In many respects this 20th September contest was a non-entity of an election. Trudeau was hoping for a […]

Iowa Republicans face dilemma after commission scrambles congressional map

“I’m going to study it. I’m going to see what I and my colleagues think is best for the state as a collective whole,” said state Rep. Bobby Kaufmann, who chairs the state government committee. “And then we’ll make a decision in the next couple of weeks about whether to do a yes vote, or […]

Vax or Jail? The Dilemma Facing Some Americans

The 21-year-old was sentenced to two years probation for fentanyl possession by Judge Christopher Wagner of Hamilton County, Ohio on August 4, but his sentence came with a twist: he was ordered to get a COVID vaccine as a condition of his probation. Should Rutherford fail to comply, he could be sent to jail for […]

Iran, S. Arabia football dilemma remains unsolved

TEHRAN – Iran’s Esteghlal football team must host Al Hilal in a neutral venue in the 2021 AFC Champions League Round of 16, however the Iranian team are reluctant to meet the Saudi Arabian team in a neutral venue. Esteghlal traveled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in April for the centralized Group A matches for the […]

Vaccinated Blood – The Dilemma of COVID’s Experimental Transfusions

Vaccinated Blood – The Dilemma of COVID’s Experimental TransfusionsPublished on June 8, 2021Written by John O’Sullivan Should we have the right to refuse a blood transfusion from the vaccinated for COVID-19? What about organs donated by the vaccinated?In most nations anyone vaccinated for COVID-19 can donate blood immediately or shortly after being vaccinated despite the […]

Discussing the Gaza Dilemma with Military Expert Michael Herzog

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Between antisemitism and anti-Zionism: The intellectual’s dilemma

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The Social Media Dilemma

We used to say, “Seeing is believing.” That is no longer true about videos. Use of AI to create Deep Fakes is so powerful that most people can’t tell the difference. As time passes, the technology will develop to the extent that we will simply not be able to tell the difference between real footage […]

Deciding life or death: Polish Jews and the wartime Soviet Union dilemma

In Café Scheherazade, a semi-fictional memoir, Arnold Zable describes his experiences in World War II as “a tale of maps, both old and new. Maps with shifting borders, obsolete before the ink could dry… maps crisscrossed by trains shunting their cargoes of uprooted wanderers thousands of kilometers east, on… an interminable journey that came to […]

Elections under Fire: Palestine’s Impossible Democracy Dilemma

Many Palestinian intellectuals and political analysts find themselves in the unenviable position of having to declare a stance on whether they support or reject upcoming Palestinian elections which are scheduled for May 22 and July 30. But there are no easy answers. The long-awaited decree by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas last January to hold […]

Danger, discord and dilemma: A diary of life aboard a migrant rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea

“In those oil rigs, the hell of Libya begins,” said Marc Reig, the captain of Open Arms, as he looked out on the horizon to glimpse four monstrous structures; structures that sit some 80 nautical miles from the coast of Tripoli. The image itself is terrifying: two pairs of metal skeletons protrude from the sea […]

Why football presents a dilemma for American Jews

Rabbi Josh Feigelson remembers the moment that football lost its magic for him. It was Oct. 20, 2013, and Feigelson was eating dinner with his family at Ken’s Diner, a kosher restaurant in Skokie, the Chicago suburb where they live. A TV was playing a football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Cleveland […]

Biden’s Iran dilemma: How to reenter nuclear deal – and keep allies like Israel happy

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Don’t look to Biden to solve Israel’s China dilemma

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Persepolis face dilemma over COVID-19

TEHRAN – Iranian football team Persepolis will travel to Doha Sunday night to meet the East Zone champions in the 2020 AFC Champions League but the Reds have not played an official match for three weeks and it’s a worrying issue. The Iranian giants hosted Shahr Khodro on Nov. 30 in Tehran but their next […]

Talmud’s solution to the coronavirus dilemma: Save lives, or the economy?

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Legal Dilemma: Sexbots vs. ‘The Thought Police’

21st Century Wire Back in 2016, 21WIRE filed a somewhat shocking report about a high-profile robotics professor who sounded a dystopian alarm – warning that in the very new future people will be losing their virginity to robots. Noel Sharkey, professor of robotics at Sheffield University, warned that many teens in the future may have […]

Voters Are Fired Up For Single Payer Creating Dilemma For Democrats

Above Photo: From healthoverprofit.org On Sunday, June 4, the same day that Our Revolution, a Democratic Party group that arose from the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, organized rallies and die-ins to highlight the number of people dying in the United States due to lack of access to health care, the New York Times published an […]

The European Union’s Democracy Dilemma

A public art piece in Dublin’s Grand Canal Square called: The European Union Is About To Explode. (Photo: William Murphy/Streets Of Dublin/CC) A sigh of relief was heard across Europe on Sunday night, as far-right candidate Marine Le Pen was beaten soundly in the French presidential runoff election, losing to centrist Emmanuel Macron 66 percent […]

Intelligence Dilemma: Collision Of Truth And Politics

Above Photo: From Pixabay.com Part I – The Dilemma Government intelligence agencies, particularly those in the United States, have a problem. Its nature was spelled out by the retired British diplomat Alastair Crooke in an article entitled “Trump’s 59-Tomahawk Tweet,” appearing 8 April 2017. As the title suggests, Crooke was reacting to President Trump’s precipitous attack […]

A dilemma for the intelligence agencies: Trump’s attack on Syria and historical precedents

By Lawrence Davidson The dilemma Government intelligence agencies, particularly those in the United States, have a problem. Its nature was spelled out by the retired British diplomat, Alastair Crooke, in an article entitled “Trump’s 59-Tomahawk Tweet,” which appeared on 8 April 2017. As the title suggests, Crooke was reacting to President Trump’s precipitous attack on […]

First It Happens to the Blacks, Then It Comes to Us

Christopher Jon Bjerknes The jews are using the communist Chinese to take over black Africa. We ought to watch this situation, as they plan to do the same to us in the West. The jews first spread communism in Africa, from Gaddafi in the north to Mandela in the south. Communism was very effective in […]

50 Years of Countless Fears

Certainly the most contentious issue in the now 66-year history of UFOlogy, the MJ-12 saga begins with the 1947 alleged crash and recovery of an alien spacecraft outside Roswell, New Mexico. Soon after, President Harry Truman instructed Secretary of Defense James Forrestal to set up Operation Majestic Twelve, a blue-ribbon, top-secret panel headed by Vannever […]

New clues in old mystery of how Earth got its water

     About three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is covered with water. But how did it get there? While some scientists believe water was delivered by icy space rocks smashing into the planet after it was formed, others have argued that water has been on Earth since its formation — and new research indicates they might […]

The Infomocracy Dilemma: Revolution or Disengagement?

  Robert BonomoActivist Post October 14, 2011 A very small yet conscious minority has come to the realization that the current world regime is one giant corporate infomocracy that needs to be terminated with “extreme prejudice”, disengagement being the weapon of choice.  The next revolution will not be carried out by mobs of angry people, guerrillas, terrorists or, […]

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