Posts Tagged ‘discontent’

Survey reveals New Yorkers’ discontent on different aspects of city life over the last six years

(NaturalNews) A recent Citizens Budget Commission survey reveals that New Yorkers’ satisfaction with various aspects of urban living has experienced a sharp… Source

UN Heritage Listing in Palestine Sparks Israeli Discontent

At a recent UN conference, the 12,000-year-old Tell es-Sultan archaeological site near Jericho, on the West Bank, was listed as a World Heritage Site “in Palestine.” Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Asia Read Later  Source

A winter of global discontent is on the horizon, says UN chief

Under the shadow of the war in Ukraine, and a worldwide energy and food crisis, world leaders are gathered in New York for the United Nations General Assembly this Tuesday.  Over the next six days, discussions will focus on topics such as climate change and major geopolitical divisions since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The task […]

Europe Faces ‘Winter Of Discontent’ As US Profits From Energy Crisis

The European Union has collectively committed itself to a long proxy conflict against Russia in Ukraine, despite being critically energy dependent on oil and gas imports from Russia. If however, you listened to the words of their top bureaucrats, such as Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, one might never believe there […]

UK strikes: How soaring inflation is fuelling a ‘summer of discontent’

“We’ve not had anything like this since the late 1970s,” one expert told Euronews.

Discontent by design

Like peace and love, such happiness rests within, it is the birthright of everyone, and yet, lost in the hollow world of consumption, competition and uncertainty many, if not most people, experience this inherent state fleetingly at best.

How Israel kept the Arab Spring from becoming the winter of its discontent

Ten years ago, in late 2010 and early 2011, the Arab world experienced a series of convulsions that tore apart the Middle East as we knew it. Starting in Tunisia, where a young fruit vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire to protest corruption and police abuse, angry demonstrations spread throughout the region. Some […]

Bernie Sanders and progressives in our winter of discontent

Bernie Sanders is not in a good political position right now. Yes, he continues to speak vital truths to — and about — power. His ability to reach a national audience with progressive wisdom and specific proposals is unmatched. And, during the last several decades, no one has done more to move the nation’s discourse […]

Navalny is ‘a catalyst for Russians’ own discontent’ says analyst

On Thursday morning, Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was on a flight from Siberia to Moscow when he suddenly fell ill. After an emergency landing, Navalny is now in a coma in a Siberian hospital hooked on a ventilator. All this, his supporters say, is likely the result of an attempt to poison him. This […]

Zarif hails NZ role in JCPOA implementation

Zarif and Murray McCully discussed bilateral ties and other issue of interests during the latter’s visit to Tehran. Zarif told reporters that New Zealand had contributed to JCPOA when the country was the periodic president of the UN Security Council; “we see New Zealand’s commitments on accurate implementation of the deal as a positive side […]

Ahead of Syria “Peace Talks”, Russian Airforce Wipes Out 484 Terrorist Sites, Islamic State (ISIS) Retreats and Redeploys

The Russian air grouping in Syria carried out 169 sorties and hit over 484 terrorist targets in the last three days, the Russian General Staff reported on January 25. 18 combat sorties were carried out by Russian Tu-22M3 Backfire strategic bombers. Since the Russian airstrike began in September 30, 2015 in Syria, the Russian warplanes […]

Putin’s presidency bid stirs discontent in Russia

  Guardian September 26, 2011 The fallout from Vladimir Putin‘s announcement that he plans to return to the Kremlin is being felt throughout Russia, with a key liberal official indicating that he plans to quit the government. The finance minister, Alexei Kudrin, a darling of the west because of his commitment to the free market and fiscal […]

Gerald Celente Predicts “Winter of Discontent”

  Kurt Nimmo September 9, 2011 Appearing on Infowars Nightly News, trend forecaster Gerald Celente told Alex Jones the economy will likely begin its climatic unraveling in October and this will deliver a “winter of discontent” in America. In response to increasing violence associated with the Greatest Depression the establishment media refuses to admit […]

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