From 1 October, entry into Vatican City State will only be permitted to persons who are in possession of a Vatican “Green Pass”, a “European Green Pass,” or a foreign Covid-19 green pass attesting to vaccination or recovery from SARS-COV-2. Entry will also be granted to those who have a negative molecular or antigenic test for the SARS-COV-2 virus.
The new measures come in the form of a decree from the office of the President of the Pontifical Commission of Vatican City State on the subject of Public Health emergencies, issued in response to a request made by Pope Francis during an audience on 7 September. Continue reading “Green Pass required for access into Vatican from 1 October”
Anti-Empire – by Marcus White
Runners in this weekend’s San Francisco Marathon will need to carry some additional weight, or else they risk having lighter pockets afterward.
Participants in four races must wear masks on some portions of the course, race officials announced in updates to the race’s health protocols over the last two weeks. Stretches of Sunday’s marathon, half marathon and 10K races, as well as all of Saturday’s 5K, are in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area run by the National Park Service, and the agency announced last month masks are required indoors and in “crowded outdoor spaces” on park property amid the COVID-19 delta variant‘s nationwide spread. Continue reading “San Francisco Marathon Runners Required to Run in Highly Moral Face Diapers”
Construction workers in Melbourne, Australia were told by their corrupt Union leadership to ‘get the COVID vaccine or lose your job’, so these workers ‘visited’ Union-headquarters and ‘invited’ them out of their cushy office to explain their death-threat! Continue reading “Construction workers in Melbourne, Australia”
Viewers have slammed the Emmys after hundreds of celebrities packed into the awards show without masks or social distancing, despite ongoing warnings in LA about the spread of Covid-19.
Many who criticized the show pointed out the hypocrisy of Covid rules that apply to the average person but don’t seem to apply to multi-million dollar celebrities – just as it was during the Met Gala last week. Continue reading “‘Rules are for the little people’”
State of Washington Job Opportunities
Important Note: As stated in Governor’s Proclamation 21-14, all employees engaging in work for the Department of Health are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on or before October 18, 2021. Proof of vaccination will be verified by the Office of Human Resources after an employment offer has been extended and accepted. See vaccine requirement timeline. Please reach out to the Office of Human Resources at HR@doh.wa.gov if you need information on a medical or religious accommodation. Continue reading “Washington State Job Offering: Isolation & Quarantine Strike Team Consultants”
An elderly woman believed to be in her 70s was attacked by Melbourne police and pepper-sprayed while she was on the ground during a protest against Covid-19 lockdowns on Saturday.
As she held an Australian flag and stood on the road facing toward a group of approaching police, one officer shoved the woman, sending her tumbling to the ground. Another officer then pepper-sprayed the woman as she laid motionless and unable to protect herself. Continue reading “Elderly Australian woman knocked down & PEPPER-SPRAYED by police during Melbourne protest against lockdowns”
The Epoch Times – by Enrico Trigoso
MANHATTAN, New York—Thousands gathered near Central Park in Manhattan on Saturday to express their discontent with the vaccine mandates and passport requirements implemented on the city by Mayor Bill de Blasio this month.
New York City started enforcing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate Monday, with de Blasio warning that “there’ll be consequences” for those who do not follow the rules. Continue reading “Thousands Gather at ‘Freedom Rally’ in New York City to Oppose Vaccine Passport”
Anti-lockdown riots have erupted in Melbourne’s CBD with violent protesters overpowering police officers and storming the streets in defiance of the city’s stay-at-home orders.
More than 1,000 demonstrators turned out in full-force to protest against the lockdown as they swarmed in front of traffic in Richmond, in the Victorian capital’s inner suburbs, on Saturday. Continue reading “Hundreds are arrested and six cops are hospitalised with broken bones as the most violent Covid protests yet erupt in Melbourne and thousands turn out at demonstrations across Australia”
Daily Mail – by Piers Morgan
It was the moment ideology met cold, hard reality.
Alana McLaughlin, 38, the second transgender MMA fighter to compete in the sport, used a powerful choke hold to beat Celine Provost, 32. Continue reading “It’s time to stop this trans sport insanity before women start being killed”
American Shipper – by Greg Miller
The number of container ships at anchor or drifting in San Pedro Bay off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has now blown through all previous records and is rising by the day.
There were an all-time-high 65 container ships in the queue in San Pedro Bay on Thursday, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California. Of those, a record 23 were forced to drift because anchorages were full. Continue reading “Record shattered: 65 container ships stuck waiting off California”
The regulator’s ruling will likely be challenged in courts as it is in conflict with a recently introduced state law that prohibits the storage, transportation, as well as disposal of high-level radioactive waste in Texas.
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has approved the creation of a nuclear dump in Texas despite opposition from local authorities and communities. In a press release posted online, the agency said it had issued a license to Interim Storage Partners (ISP) to construct and operate an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel in Andrews County for 40 years. Continue reading “US Regulator Approves Creation of Nuclear Dump in Texas Despite Opposition From Local Authorities”
The Blaze – by Alex Nitzberg
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) announced various mask requirements on Wednesday including that staff, visitors, and children ages 2 and older must wear face coverings at child care facilities.
“The requirement applies to New York State Office of Children and Family Services-licensed and -registered child care centers, home-based group family and family child care programs, after-school child care programs and enrolled legally exempt group programs during operational hours,” according to a press release. Continue reading “New York Gov. Hochul announces requirement for kids ages 2 and above to wear masks at child care facilities”
Activist Post – by BN Frank
Virtual Reality (VR) headsets can cause behavioral changes, balance issues, cognitive problems, eye problems (soreness, vision changes), headaches, and other discomforts (see 1, 2).
Research has also determined that children absorb 2-5 times more harmful radiation than adults while wearing VR headsets. Despite all of this, tech companies and their supporters continue to promote VR technology for educational purposes including for children. Continue reading ““Science and Technology Think Tank” Supports AR/VR for K-12 and Higher Ed Despite Known Health Risks”