Comment: A ponerized society plays by the psychopath rules ..;.......without even knowing it.
New York City cab drivers may go on strike in early September if changes aren't made to the current GPS systems.............
the Taxi and Limousine Commission does not get rid of their GPS system, which
the union says invades a driver's privacy.
"We are ready to strike," Bhairavi Desai, co-founder and organizer
of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, announced during a news conference.
Still, officials from the city's other major taxi union offers an entirely different response to the idea.
will be no strike. Read my lips: there will be no strike," said Fernando
Mateo of the New York Federation of Taxi Drivers.
two largest taxi driver associations are in total disagreement. The TWA claims
10,000 members and is calling for the citywide strike, while the FTD says
its near-7,000 members will stay behind the wheel.
Romanov family: Russia's last czar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, and their
children - Prince Alexei and four Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatyana, Maria and
Anastasia were shot to death in the Ipatyev house in Yekaterinburg overnight
to July 17, 1918.
The Bolsheviks also killed their attendants.
Comment: For a first hand account written at the time of the crime, see The Last Days of the Romanovs, by Robert Wilton.
A review of the book can be found here:
However, only a French edition carried appendices, in which the author, citing Soviet sources, alleged the Jewish origin
of 17 among 22 members of the Council of People's Commissars (furnishing
their real, non-slavic names), of 23 among the 36-member Cheka (secret police),
and 41 among the 62-member Central Executive Committee.
was not the only informed person to make such statements. Winston Churchill,
was likewise warning that the new regime in Moscow was largely the creation
of "international and for the most part atheistical Jews."
insistence that the assassination order to murder Russia's imperial family ( the Romanov ) was
telegraphed to the Jewish tough,
Yakov Yurovsky, by Yankel Sverdlov (né Solomon) -- the "Red Tsar"
who then wielded at least as much power as Lenin -- helps to explain why
The Last Days of the Romanovs was soon hounded off the shelves of bookstores
The British military which has the largest force in Helmand, said there were no air strikes launched in the area.
was not an air strike in that area last night. Coalition forces were engaged
by the Taliban and there was a contact and a firefight, but no close air
support dropped anything," a British military spokeswoman in Helmand said.
Vt. (AP) - It looks like a clump of soiled sheep's wool, a cottony green
or white mass that's turning up on rocks and river bottoms, snarling waterways.
Already a scourge in New Zealand and
parts of the American South and West, the aquatic algae called "rock snot"
is creeping into New England, where it is turning up in pristine rivers and
alarming fishermen and wildlife biologists.
In New England, it
has turned up in the White River, Connecticut River and the Batten Kill,
a trout fishing mecca in southern Vermont that's famed for its hard-to-catch
fish. Quebec is grappling with it in Matapedia River in the lower St. Lawrence.
. The aquatic algae didymo -- Didymosphenia geminata
-- has infested rivers in New Zealand with gray floating growth but had never
been seen in the Northeast before this summer when fishermen spotted it in
the upper Connecticut and White rivers. Northeast states are on alert.
for pictures: (serbian news service)
Arik Diamant's mother discovered her son was to refuse to do reserve duty
for the Israeli army she pleaded with him............( ..... )
.......... said the 34-year-old co-founder of the Courage to Refuse movement.
Diamant and 600 fellow reservist refuseniks are making headlines over their
choice, the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) is becoming increasingly worried
that the numbers of Jewish men evading army service is on the rise. The trend
is particularly noticeable among those aged 18 to 21, who under Israeli law
must serve three years in the military.
Canadian war reporter Scott Taylor has to be one of the luckiest men alive
right now. Although his long experience in war zones in the Balkans and Iraq
has been marked by many narrow escapes.............. m-e-m
voice of america
chemical - perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) - has been used so widely and is
so persistent in the environment that it has been found all over the world
- even in the Arctic and in remote Pacific atolls - in rain and water supplies,
food, wildlife and human blood.