Posts Tagged ‘lesson’

Report: NYC Teacher Seen Sucking Topless Man’s Nipple During Zoom Lesson

A Spanish teacher was pulled from her classes once investigators said she allegedly performed an “inappropriate sexual act” while teaching a Zoom lesson. The New York Post reported Saturday: As students at the prestigious Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science, and Engineering remotely watched a “live” class, Amanda K. Fletcher, 37,  “appeared to suck the […]

Iran army chief threatens to ‘teach Israel a good lesson’ after tanker targeted

Iran’s Armed Forces chief Mohammad Bagheri on Sunday threatened to “teach Israel a very good lesson,” appearing to hint the Jewish state was behind an attack on an Iranian tanker off Syria’s coast over the weekend, but stopping short of blaming Jerusalem directly for the incident. Bagheri told reporters: “We don’t announce anything about the […]

Democracy and the Rule of Law: A lesson from Norway

The head of the Norwegian police, Ole Saeverud imposed a fine of $2,352 on Erna Solberg, the two-term Prime Minister of the country for violating the COVID rules in a private party held by her. While doing so, what Ole Saeverud said is significant . “Though the law is the same for all, all are […]

Number #1 Lesson From The Holocaust: Even Friendly Gentiles Will Always Turn On You ‘For No Reason At All’

In celebration of yet another Holocaust Remembrance Day, Shmuel Sackett — the founder and director of the Am Yisrael Chai Foundation — an anti-assimilationist organization that encourages Jews in America to move to Israel — has written an essay warning his fellow Jews that “another” Holocaust could happen at any moment — because the irrational […]

The Great Coronavirus Lesson: Many Leaders Have Failed the People

It’s coming down to this. Whose side will you be on when the coronavirus pandemic finally destroys nations, businesses, and innocent families unable to protect themselves? Will you side with the greedy politicians and corporate elites manipulating the situation? Or, will the stacked bodies and boarded-up shops finally make you realize what this situation is […]

On Cuomo’s Past Words and a Lesson from Passover

It’s important to watch our words, especially when they’re preachy and self-righteous. We never know when they may come back to bite us. Take the case of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has come under growing pressure to resign over sexual misconduct accusations leveled against him. So far, he has repeatedly refused to step […]

Russia WILL Develop Its Coal Industry; Learns Texas Windmill Lesson-Reliable Power in Coal NOT Windmills!

Putin Insists Russia Will Develop Its Coal Industry, Suggests Others Learn Lessons of Texas Crisis March 9 , 2021 (EIRNS)—Russia has no intention of committing suicide by submitting to the “Great Reset” hoax. On March 2, President Vladimir Putin chaired a meeting of government officials and the leaders of the coal regions and industries to review the […]

Buffalo Public Schools: Black Lives Matter Lesson Plans Used to Teach Hatred of Whites

By R. Cort Kirkwood Buffalo Public Schools are teaching black children to hate whites and white children to hate themselves, a new report on the system says. Among falsehoods school kids are learning, the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal reported early this week, are that all whites are racist, and the police murder blacks with impunity […]

Coronavirus taught the world a lesson in limits of intel forecasting

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A lesson from history: Principals’ hearing was intended to deter all Israeli educators

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The Economics Lesson Taught By The Pandemic

 A weekly show focusing on the economic dimensions of everyday life and alternative ways to organize our economy and politics, with Prof. Richard D. Wolff. On this week’s show, Professor Wolff explains that in countries where the government is respected and empowered, such as New Zealand, Taiwan and Cuba, among others, the COVID-19 pandemic has […]

Eviction Moratorium Is A Useful Lesson In How Reform Happens

Ray Valentine describes how collective disruption “outside the political process” won tenants significant concessions. It didn’t make a lot of headlines, but in the recent stimulus and government funding deal, Congress extended what is probably the most significant federal housing policy in a generation: the nationwide eviction moratorium. We should study how it came to […]

A lesson from history

December 1, 2020 by Jeremy Rosen Read on for article I have been reading about The Hundred Years’ War between France and England by Jonathan Sumption the well-known and controversial barrister, former member of the Supreme Court of Great Britain. Jeremy Rosen It is a  boring book about petty rivalries and seemingly endless battles and intrigues. […]

Lesson In How To Resist Brown Shirts

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Androgynous Fat Kid Gets a Lesson on “Diversity”

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Texas mom who left her kids in hot car to ‘teach them a lesson’ gets 20 years in prison

     A Parker County jury found Cynthia Marie Randolph, 25, guilty on two counts of reckless injury to a child in the deaths of her two-year-old daughter Juliet Ramirez and one-year-old son Cavanaugh Ramirez. The jury sentenced her to 20 years on each count. Jeff Swain, Parker County assistant district attorney, told reporters the sentences […]

HISTORY LESSON: The SELLING of the Gulf War Using False Flag Testimony

by Julie Telgenhoff Nayirah gave false testimony that was used to fabricate an entire story and sell to Americans in an attempt to deceive them, once again, into backing and supporting more war, at that time, the Gulf War. This false testimony came from utilizing the same strategy that we witness today in […]

Everything Is Medicine: A Lesson From The Shamans

April 11th, 2018 By Lissa Rankin, MD Guest writer for Wake Up World In 2010, my soul brother Nick Polizzi dared to take eight sick people who had failed to respond to Western medicine to the Amazonian jungle to put them under the care of three shamans. They filmed what happened in his documentary The Sacred Science. The […]

Cigarette forced on 3yo Saudi boy to ‘teach him lesson’

The video shows a man putting a cigarette in a small boy’s mouth and seemingly coaching him to inhale. He and others in the room are heard laughing at the child’s reaction. The boy’s father told Okaz Sunday that his son is three and the man who gave him the cigarette is the man’s cousin. […]

6 Elements Of Police Spin: An Object Lesson In Copspeak

6 Elements Of Police Spin: An Object Lesson In Copspeak Above Photo: From Copspeak involves passive language designed to deflect and obscure responsibility. The linguistic gymnastics needed to report on police violence without calling up images of police violence is a thing of semantic wonder. Officers don’t shoot, they are merely “involved” in shootings; […]

Lesson From Conference Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases

Lesson From Conference Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases Above Photo: No Base Rally, Baltimore. Jan 12, 2018. This past weekend I attended a historic groundbreaking conference in Baltimore, organized by the Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases. This conference adds a new element to the anti-war movement in the U.S. We aren’t just opposed to the […]

Ahed Tamimi offers Israelis a lesson worthy of Gandhi

By Jonathan Cook in Nazareth Sixteen-year-old Ahed Tamimi may not be what Israelis had in mind when, over many years, they criticised Palestinians for not producing a Mahatma Gandhi or Nelson Mandela. Eventually, colonised peoples bring to the fore a figure best suited to challenge the rotten values at the core of the society oppressing […]

 The Lesson Offered by the Dark Ones

Jeff Street, ContributorWaking Times There are those on our world that have lived in, and ruled through darkness. These “dark ones” have sunken so low (in frequency) that their hearts cannot perceive the love and light that is washing over the planet right now. It would be so easy to fear and condemn them, […]

“Bahrain Rulers Must Take Lesson from Fates of Saddam, Shah, Other Tyrants”

November 29, 2017 Secretary General of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought (WFPIST) Ayatollah Sheikh Mohsen Araki held Bahraini rulers responsible for deterioration in health of prominent cleric, Sheikh Issa Al-Qassem. “News on deterioration in health of Ayatollah Qassem has worried Muslim nation as well as its leaders,” Ayatollah Araki said Wednesday […]

A music lesson from Palestine, for Nick Cave

Upon hearing Nick Cave’s statements in Tel Aviv ahead of his performances there (November 19 and 20), I fell silent for a few minutes. The popular Australian singer-songwriter’s anti-Palestinian statements are not just hurtful; they are inconsistent with his reputation of progressive politics. It is a different silence, though, than the one Nick Cave has […]

History Lesson: America’s Renegade Warfare

Nicolas J S DaviesConsortium News Seventy-seven million people in North and South Korea find themselves directly in the line of fire from the threat of a Second Korean War. The rest of the world is recoiling in horror from the scale of civilian casualties such a war would cause and the unthinkable prospect that either side […]

Dear Simon Schama, you need a history lesson on Zionism

Dear Professor Simon Schama, I’ve just read your letter to The Times this week about Zionism and antisemitism in the Labour Party, co-signed by your fellow historian Simon Sebag Montefiore and novelist Howard Jacobson. As you’re the senior academic, I’m addressing my concerns to you, although I’m slightly embarrassed at having to offer someone of your reputation a […]

Atzmon–A Lesson in Jewish PR

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The USA has taught North Korea a valuable lesson “If you want to stay safe hold onto your WMD”

How ‘Regime Change’ Wars Led to Korea Crisis Exclusive: The U.S.-led aggressions against Iraq and Libya are two war crimes that keep on costing, with their grim examples of what happens to leaders who get rid of WMDs driving the scary showdown with North Korea, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry It is a popular […]

Why a ‘cashless’ society would hurt the poor—a lesson from India

India recently tried to reduce the use of cash in its economy by eliminating, overnight, two of its most widely used bills in what was called demonetization. While the effort – initially explained as an attempt to curb “black money” – has been a failure in many respects, it was part of […]

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