1. Carlos Zapata lays it on the line to what I think is a city council in Shasta County on Covid Measures. Its an excellent few minutes. Carlos is the owner of The Palomino Room in Red Bluff.
2. I can only imagine that if anyone notices a difference from this boycott, it will be lowered security costs
"Palestine canceled its pavilion at Expo Dubai Dubai 2020"
?What would be presented: pic.twitter.com/CVxebAAR40
— Peace to Jews and Arabs ????????? (@UAE_YOT2019) August 17, 2020
3. The most left part of Oz plans full tech deployment to stop people who resist Covid measures. Notice how NO ONE is interviewed in this segment who might think this is not a great move. Its pure propaganda. They don’t even pull the CBC stunt where they find someone on the other side who sounds like, or they can make sound like an idiot.
The Brave New World has arrived, and the press is cheering it on. https://t.co/aRjymkDy1c
— Tony Heller (@Tony__Heller) August 18, 2020
4. In Canada, its looking more and more like the Corona measures really were really just to impose Marxist life on Canadians. At least if you listen to the new Finance Minister, Christia Freeland:
'The restart of our economy needs to be green': Freeland on de-carbonization of Canadian economy pic.twitter.com/9yYk37pi2c
— BNN Bloomberg (@BNNBloomberg) August 18, 2020
5. Would you trust a Gates vaccine?
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) August 18, 2020
Speculation has been rife that more Arab states will forge diplomatic ties with Israel following last week’s announcement of an agreement between Israel and the UAE.
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the leader of Sudan’s transitional sovereign council, met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in February this year and agreed to work towards normalising ties.
The two did not sign a formal agreement but Khartoum did agree to allow Israeli flights to transit through Sudanese airspace, however.
Sudan is looking forward to making a formal peace agreement with Israel, a spoksperson for the foreign ministry told Sky News Arabia on Tuesday.
Parents of students who attend Rutherford County Schools (RCS) must agree not to monitor their child’s online classroom sessions.
Officials at all county schools are asking parents to sign forms agreeing not to watch these virtual classes.
The Tennessee Star received a copy of such a form this week.
“RCS strives to present these opportunities in a secure format that protects student privacy to the greatest extent possible, however because these meetings will occur virtually RCS is limited in its ability to fully control certain factors such as non-student observers that may be present in the home of a student participating in the virtual meeting,” according to the form.
“RCS strongly discourages non student observation of online meetings due to the potential of confidential information about a student being revealed.”
The form asks parents for their signature and warns that “violation of this agreement may result in RCS removing my child from the virtual meeting.”
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A Goodyear employee says the company has put out a new policy that has some calling it not equal for all.
A photo seen circulating on social media shows a slide that was presented during a diversity training showing what’s acceptable and what isn’t acceptable as part of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company’s zero-tolerance policy.
Under acceptable: Black Lives Matter (BLM), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride.
Listed as unacceptable: Blue Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, MAGA Attire, Political Affiliated Slogans or Material.
According to the employee who took the photo of the slide, it was presented at the Topeka plant by an area manager and says the slide came from their corporate office out of Akron, Ohio.
“If someone wants to wear a BLM shirt in here, then cool. I’m not going to get offended about it. But at the same time, if someone’s not going to be able to wear something that is politically based, even in the farthest stretch of the imagination, that’s discriminatory,” said the employee under the agreement of anonymity due to fears they could lose their job. “If we’re talking about equality, then it needs to be equality. If not, it’s discrimination.”
Thank you PC., Johnny U., Yucki, C., M., ML., Wrath of Khan, Richard, and all who look on in horror yet manage to continue to enlighten each other.