February 23, 2011. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/ahmadinejad-predicts-mideast-unrest-coming-to-america/ Iran's president said Wednesday he is certain the wave of unrest in the Middle East will spread to Europe and North America, bringing an end to governments he accused of oppressing and humiliating people. "The world is on the verge of big developments. Changes will be forthcoming and will engulf the whole world from Asia to Africa and from Europe to North America," Ahmadinejad told a news conference. Ahmadinejad said the world was in need of a just system of rule that "puts an end to oppression, occupation and humiliation of people." [and from another] This correlates with what the Zetas said about the 8 of 10, "These sociological and political dramas are part of the 8 of 10 scenarios, as well as geological and astronomical features. This is the next chapter." https://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/zetatalk-fame The Zetas did say that Ahmadinejad is STO . Did he got his information from reading ZT or is there more too it?


Ahmadinejad is speaking as a leader of a Muslim country, viewing the Arab Spring as an uprising against colonialism, imperialism, and western corporate influence. This stance is expected of him because of his political role in Iran. The article makes much of Ahmadinejad's criticism of Gaddafi and his brutal treatment of his people. This is to differentiate between an Arab leader who was considered a puppet, as was Mubarak, and Gaddafi who was considered a leader who resisted western influence and control and thus should be a brother to his people. Does Ahmadinejad read ZetaTalk and have an inside track on the Transformation, the pending 8 of 10 scenarios? Yes on both fronts, as despite disbelief that Ahmadinejad is a Service-to-Other individual, he is a sleeper like Obama, awaiting his opportunities to make a difference in the world. He gives a hint as to the sequence of revolt and discontent - from the Arab Spring to Asia, then Africa, then Europe and thence to N America.

Source: ZetaTalk for June 18, 2011


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Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 27, 2020 at 5:58pm

The Transformation Is Global

Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 25, 2020 at 2:20am

Chinese Troops Cross Into India, Fortify Positions

Sunday, May 24, 2020 Indian media report Chinese military build-up along the Himalayan border

The border tensions between China and India have escalated once again, after hundreds of Chinese troops crossed into Indian territory. Soldiers of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) breached the Indian border at multiple locations in the northern Himalayan region of Ladakh, Indian media reports said on Saturday.

“Chinese had managed to come well inside the Indian territory and are also conducting aggressive patrols with motor boats in the Pangong lake,” Indian broadcaster NDTV reported. “The Chinese troops crossed 3 km into what India perceives to be its territory South East of the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh,” Indian news website The Print confirmed.

The Chinese detained several Indian soldiers during the incursion. “An Indian patrol party was detained and later released by Chinese forces,” NDTV reported. The Indian military refused to comment on the incident.

The border intrusion was followed by a Chinese build-up along the Indian border. Chinese troops “trespassed on Indian territory at three different locations and set up fortified encampments,” Indian strategic expert Brahma Chellaney noted on Twitter.


Comment by Yvonne Lawson on May 21, 2020 at 11:06pm

COVID-19: The ‘invisible’ Indians: Story of the ‘great migration’

Lockdown exposes uneasy truths about India’s migrant workforce

Indian migrant woman cries

A migrant woman cries as her and others were stopped from crossing the border, during an extended nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in New Delhi, India, May 15, 2020.Image Credit: REUTERS

Dubai: ‘India is walking home’ — a headline in a newspaper read recently. It was a telling reference to the hundreds of thousands of migrant labourers trudging back home following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of a nationwide lockdown on March 23.

The announcement came late in the evening, with barely four hours to go for the travel and movement restrictions to come into effect from midnight, triggering a massive exodus of migrant labourers, primarily but not restricted to, in what is often termed as the Hindi heartland and some of the eastern, western and southern states as well.

Sheer desperation

According to one estimate, by the night of March 25, when the lockdown was barely 24 hours old, around 60,000 migrant workers were already on their way home from various cities and towns across the country. With all trains and other mass-transit services having already come to a grinding halt, the ordeal for those who had set out on foot out of sheer desperation had just begun. Couple of days later, television cameras flashed live footage of a middle-aged man lugging his belongings in a gunny bag, somewhere near the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border. He was headed for his native village in Bihar, some 1,160km away. On being asked why he had risked such a long and arduous journey on foot, his reply was more heart-wrenching than his immediate physical ordeal: “If not from the virus, with no work, if I can’t get back home soon, will surely die of hunger!

Out of sheer curiosity, as I ran a search on Google for ‘Delhi to Bihar’, the ‘walk’ icon showed 205 hours. There was no need to look any further to understand the plight of these hapless people.

To put things in perspective, according to the World Bank’s estimates, the lockdown in India has so far impacted 40 million migrant workers.

A BBC report, citing Indian television journalist Barkha Dutt’s experience of spending the lockdown days and nights literally on the road amid migrants who were returning home, spoke about a five-year-old boy who was on a 700km journey by foot from Delhi with his father, a construction worker hailing from Madhya Pradesh. “When the sun sets, we will stop and sleep,” the father told Dutt.

These migrant workers contribute around 10 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product. And that’s according to a modest estimate Yet, the irony is that these migrant labourers are perpetually caught in a limbo, literally and figuratively: They are not counted among the local population at their places of work and are bereft of any end-user benefit of social welfare measures whatsoever, while their perpetual absence from their states of domicile renders them ‘invisible’ and hence unaccounted-for human assets in their own backyard.

In India, migration of labourers has been taking place for more than a century, but the numbers have seen an exponential rise in the last 30 years. Most of these migrants are daily wage earners and constitute the vast unorganised sector that is marked by low wages, unfriendly working hours, lack of any labour contract whatsoever and absence of any social welfare or employee welfare scheme. With little or nothing to show for any formal education and coming mostly from poverty-stricken backgrounds, these migrants are mostly employed in menial jobs.

What is the current situation, in view of the lockdown?

On March 31, the federal government informed the Supreme Court that given the measures adopted by the government and its agencies to ensure food and shelter for these labourers, there were no migrants left on the roads. This submission was made by the government after several petitions were moved in the apex court, seeking intervention by the Central government to address the plight of these labourers who were rendered jobless because of the lockdown and desperately wanted to return home.

Until May 11, Indian Railways had operated 350 ‘Shramik Special’ (Labourer Special) trains ferrying close to 350,000 passengers to different parts of the country.

While many of these migrant labourers have managed to return home from their places of work over the last month or so, almost all of them are staring at a highly uncertain future in the days and months ahead. Umesh Kumar, 32, who had come to New Delhi from his village in northern India eight years ago, used to earn Rs500 (Dh24) a day as a worker in the construction sector. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Umesh said: “We know no one will hire us now. I have had no work and no money. We are being fed by the government.”

For the full article: https://gulfnews.com/world/asia/india/covid-19-the-invisible-indian...

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 10, 2020 at 6:20pm

“FARMERS TO FAMILY FOOD BOX”  Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump 
Starting early next week, at my order, the USA will be purchasing, from our Farmers, Ranchers & Specialty Crop Growers, 3 Billion Dollars worth of Dairy, Meat & Produce for Food Lines & Kitchens. “FARMERS TO FAMILY FOOD BOX” Great news for all!


Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 1, 2020 at 11:24pm

MICHIGAN Trump calls protesters who carried guns into the Michigan Capitol 'very good people' and says the governor should 'make a deal' with them    5/1/2020

In a tweet on Friday morning, President Donald Trump described protesters in Michigan as "very good people."

On Thursday, hundreds of protesters — many of them carrying guns — descended on the Michigan Capitol to oppose Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's extension of the state's stay-at-home order.

"The Governor of Michigan should give a little, and put out the fire," Trump wrote. "These are very good people, but they are angry. They want their lives back again, safely! See them, talk to them, make a deal."


Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 3, 2020 at 12:17am

Homeless people are sleeping in concrete grids while thousands of nearby hotel rooms are empty.  Apr 01, 2020


Comment by Tracie Crespo on March 31, 2020 at 2:13pm


‘The Strike Wave Is in Full Swing’: Amazon, Whole Foods Workers Walk Off Job to Protest Unjust and Unsafe Labor Practices

March 30, 2020

Una visita al gigantesco Centro Logístico de Amazon España en San Fernando de Henares (Madrid) Date: 10 December 2013, 16:43 Source: Amazon España por dentro Author: Álvaro Ibáñez from Madrid, Spain

(By: Julia Conley, Common Dreams) Labor rights advocates on Monday urged the public to show support and solidarity with Amazon employees who walked off the job at a Staten Island warehouse following what the workers said was an unacceptable response by the company to at least one case of coronavirus at the facility.

Between 50 and 200 employees at the warehouse, known as JFK8, walked off the job around 12:30 pm Monday, days after at least one case of coronavirus was reported at the facility. Christian Smalls, an employee who is organizing the strike, told CNN the number of employees who have tested positive for the coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, is actually between five and seven, though the company has only acknowledged one infection.

The workers are demanding that Amazon shut the warehouse down and ensure it is sanitized before requiring employees to work again.

“We’re not asking for much,” Smalls said. “We’re asking the building to be closed and sanitized, and for us to be paid [during that process].”

By ignoring the threat of transmission to other workers, tweeted the grassroots group New York Communities for Change, “Amazon is putting profits over safety.”

New York Communities for Change

Live at @amazon JFK8 walkout to demand protections for workers and the public during COVID-19. Amazon is putting profits over safety#amazonstrike #ProtectAmazonWorkers

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Amazon is allowing contract workers to apply for sick pay if they test positive for the coronavirus or need to self-quarantine due to exposure, but the company is not providing them with paid sick leave as a matter of policy. Employees who are able to get tested are required to report for work while they wait for their results—a process which can take days and thus could be exposing the warehouse’s 5,000 workers, and anyone they interact with outside of work, to COVID-19.

Amazon facilities have quickly become “breeding grounds for this pandemic,” Smalls said. As of Monday, the virus has infected more than 144,000 people in the U.S.—the most of any country in the world—including more than 60,000 in New York State.

“We know we’re not alone at JFK8 and that conditions are similar in Amazon facilities everywhere,” Phillip Ruiz, a warehouse employee, told New York Communities for Change. “Amazon’s actions do not match their statements that they are prioritizing our health or the health of the public.”

The JFK8 strike comes days after workers at an Amazon facility in Queens refused to work their night shift after a fellow employee tested positive. The action also coincided with a strike Monday by gig workers for the grocery delivery app Instacart who are demanding hazard pay, supplies including hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes, and paid sick leave for workers with health issues which could make the coronavirus more dangerous to them.

“The richest man in the world can’t even provide basic protection for his workers during this pandemic crisis because it hurts his bottom line,” tweeted New York Assembly member Ron T. Kim of Amazon’s multi-billionaire CEO, Jeff Bezos. “I stand in solidarity with Amazon workers.”

Lily Herman

Hi! Step away from the Instacart and Amazon orders! Support these workers! https://n.pr/3auA48B 

Amazon, Instacart Grocery Delivery Workers Strike For Coronavirus Protection And Pay

Amazon workers in New York and Instacart workers nationwide plan to walk off their jobs Monday. They want more access to paid sick leave as well as protective gear and other safety measures.


One of the best ways to thank essential workers is to support the fight to improve their lives.

Instacart & Amazon workers are on strike for:
- Safer working conditions
- Paid leave 4all
- Hazard pay

You can help. Skip your order today &offer to help those who rely on delivery. https://twitter.com/npr/status/1244614460893003777 


Amazon warehouse workers in Staten Island and grocery deliverers for Instacart nationwide are preparing to strike — demanding stepped-up protection and pay as they continue to work amid the pandemic.https://trib.al/bFwNoib 

Vice on Monday reported that employees of Whole Foods—which is owned by Amazon—plan to call in sick Tuesday to demand paid sick leave for all workers who have to quarantine during the pandemic, free coronavirus testing for employees, and hazard pay.

“The strike wave is in full swing,” tweeted Lauren Kaori Gurley of Vice.

Whole Foods has kept stores in a number of cities open even after reports that employees in the stores have tested positive for the coronavirus. The supermarket chain is offering paid sick leave only to workers who test positive for the respiratory illness, Vice reported—a policy which, as with Amazon, could expose many workers and shoppers to the virus.

“My doctor asked me to quarantine for two weeks and I haven’t been able to get paid time off,” one anonymous worker told Vice. “Whole Foods said we wouldn’t get it unless we got a positive test. There are a lot of people in my situation who aren’t receiving time off. It’s hard to imagine that those who couldn’t afford to do so would stay home. Whole Foods says if you’re feeling better, you should come to work.”

Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 10, 2020 at 8:20pm

Coronavirus: White House officials ‘privately discussing declaration of national state of emergency’  3/10/2020

Preliminary talks come amid criticism of Donald Trump’s handling of the crisis  


White House officials have privately discussed the possibility of declaring a national state of emergency over the coronavirus outbreak, according to a report.

Aides in Donald Trump’s administration have had preliminary talks about calling a national emergency, which would allow disaster-level action to be taken by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Washington Post reported.

It came after Mr Trump issued a flurry of tweets in an attempt to downplay the significance of coronavirus.

In one of more than a dozen posts on Monday, he said: “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common Flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year.

“Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus, with 22 deaths. Think about that!”

A senior administration official told the Post that Mr Trump had been hesitant to “tell anyone they can’t go anywhere” or to “shut down an industry”.

However, he previewed some emergency measures to consolidate the economy on Monday, as global markets continued to struggle amid slumping oil prices.

The president later told reporters that he favoured a payroll tax cut and other policies to offer relief to workers, describing them as “very dramatic”.

It is not clear how Capitol Hill will view these proposals, with Democrats and some Republicans criticising the president for his handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

Larry Hogan, the Republican Maryland governor, questioned Mr Trump’s approach, saying: “He at times just says whatever comes to mind, or tweets, then someone on TV is saying the opposite. It’s critically important that the message is straightforward and fact based for the public.”

Chris Murphy, a Democratic senator, told the Post: “In many ways this was the moment we feared. A true security threat to the nation and a president who can’t tell the truth, who can’t organise a consistent response and doesn’t have enough experienced people on the job.”

The president has sought to play down fears of widespread coronavirus infections, previously insisting that it had been “stopped” because “we have been very strong at the borders”.

Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 10, 2020 at 7:04pm

National Guard deployed to NY community with nation’s ‘largest cluster’ of coronavirus.


A Westchester County community has the nation’s largest concentration of confirmed coronavirus cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday, as he announced he was deploying the National Guard.

“New Rochelle, at this point, is probably the largest cluster of these cases in the United States,” Cuomo said in a press conference. “And it’s a significant issue for us.”

Cuomo said he’s dispatching the national guard to New Rochelle to “large gathering areas” such as schools, businesses and houses of worship within a 1 mile radius of the initial source of the virus. Grocery stores will not be closed.

“We’re also going to use the National Guard in the containment area to deliver food to homes, to help with the cleaning of public spaces.”

The containment period will begin this Thursday, March 12 and last for two weeks.

Cuomo and the state’s top health official, Department of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, refused to identify exact starting point for the one mile containment area, but said it will start from the place of the “initial outbreak.”

The state’s second case was confirmed in New Rochelle last week — and led to the requested isolation of some 1,000 people who came in contact with the lawyer.

The state’s total has risen to 173 — the highest number of cases of any state in the nation.

Cuomo also announced eight new cases in Westchester County for a total of 108. In the Big Apple, 17 new cases were revealed for a total of 36.

Nassau County and upstate Rockland County saw two more cases each, bringing the totals to 19 and 6 respectively.

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