HONOLULU SHORES UP TOURISM WITH CRACKDOWN ON HOMELESS. NOT! Honolulu Shores Up Tourism With Crackdown on Homeless www.nytimes.com The homeless population has surged 32 percent in five years, and a crackdown has set off an anguished debate on how to deal with the destitute in a state that prides itself on friendliness.
PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO THE CITY COUNCIL TO STOP CRIMINALIZING POVERTY AND THE HOMELESS. PETITION BY KATHRYN XIAN.
You may have seen the report a few months ago when electricity prices in Germany actually dropped to zero for an hour, even moving slightly below zero before moving back up into positive territory. Then, last week in Queensland , wholesale electricity prices fell below zero for several days in a row, all thanks to the increasing use of solar power and other renewable energies. 350,000 buildings in Queensland alone now have solar panels on their buildings, creating energy during the day –to the tune of 1,100 megawatts– to power businesses and homes alike during peak energy demand hours.
No doubt we’ve all heard of the legend of Atlantis, the ancient, once great city that was lost when the ocean submerged it. To this day the legendary city has yet to be found (or proven to have ever existed) yet over the years many other underwater cities have been found , each of them as eerie as they are mind blowing and beautiful. 1.
Meanwhile in America, The Rockefeller Brothers Fund gives praises to Wall Street’s Carbon Trade. The Carbon Bonds set to detonate once the last dollar is sucked out of the productive economy. Yes it’s the octopus of corporate cash coming from Rockefeller Family’s oil companies, EXXON, TEXACO, MOBIL, CHEVRON and many more
The Systematic Control over the Human Mind…
this Channel is not for shock or entertainment – only for documentation. what do you think about this video ?
This is going on TODAY at 5:30pm at the AZ Worker Rights Center / Centro de Trabajadores !
Johny Dasisty : The workers asked for full time hours… He proposed cutting hours even more in response… That didn’t go over very well.