Tuesday, September 22, 2009 18:21
Plan Rally To Protest Mandatory Swine Flu Shot
Albany nurses and other health professionals are planning to stage a
rally next week to protest a state regulation that mandates they will
lose their jobs if they refuse to take the swine flu shot, as fears
grow about the vaccine's dangerous ingredients and government plans
to forcibly inoculate whole populations with the H1N1 jab.
Worker Told She'll Be Fired For Refusing Mandatory Flu Shot
A daycare worker employed by Northeast Health in Albany New York was
shocked to be told by her boss that she would be fired if she refused
to take a seasonal swine flu shot on the spot. Similar stories have
been pouring in to us from all over the country as fears that the upcoming
H1N1 shot will also be mandatory continue to grow. Brown:
Global Tax “Worth Looking At”
Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the introduction of a global tax to
reduce risky behaviour by banks was “worth looking at”,
as he prepares for a G20 summit next weekend.
In the private sector, there is always a test of success. The business
must make a profit. It can sustain some losses but the clock is always
running on those.
warns Iran will confront any attack
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Tuesday that Iran would confront
any attack on the Islamic republic, addressing an army parade which
was marred by the reported crash of a military plane.
man: Cops tasered me just to be ‘downright nasty’
A wheelchair-bound, legless man in Merced, California, says police officers
tasered him twice, pushed him out of his wheelchair and left him handcuffed
in broad daylight naked from the waist down before arresting him on
charges that would never be pressed.
Sea Ice Not Following Consensus
From the NSIDC, Sea ice reaches it’s annual minimum extent growing
by 370,000 square miles over 2007. An area 1 1/2 times the size of Texas.
The recovery is 220,000 sq miles above last year alone yet the NSIDC
claims below that the scientists don’t consider this a recovery.
CBS anchorman warns of corporate influence over news
On September 16, Dan Rather, the former anchor of the CBS Evening
News, warned that today’s news is shaped by very powerful
corporate network owners who “are in bed with powerful political
interests” that are influenced by government regulatory interests.
gird for post-recession inflation
Brushing aside statistics that show an annual inflation rate of
less than zero, investors already are selling off dollars and driving
up the price of gold in anticipation of a surge in prices as soon
as the economy recovers from its deep recession.
Probe Puts U.S. Mass Transit Systems on Alert
A 24-year-old Afghan man at the center of an unfolding FBI investigation
into a possible U.S. terrorism cell was ordered held without bond
in Colorado Monday as authorities raced to learn more about an alleged
plot using hydrogen peroxide explosives and who else might have
been helping to carry it out.
Climate Conference Opens With Call for Unity
Some 100 heads of state gathered at the United Nations on Tuesday
for an unprecedented daylong conference on combating climate change,
which President Obama and other leaders acknowledged was a difficult
issue to agree on but is crucial for the future health of the planet.
Office stonewalls ID findings
The Home Office is refusing to release ‘research’ it
carried out which was meant to prove just how very keen young people
in the UK are to get hold of a delicious ID card.