Voices, The Peoples News No. 2023-02-20

Reinbek Voices, http://inklingsandyarns.com/2012/06/were-having-one-of-those-days/ The Peoples News

February 20, 2023
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate

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# Chemicals / Drugs
Local Farmer Sounds the Alarm: Why Did East Palestine Launch ‘MyID’ Emergency Service to Surveil Biometrics One Week Before Ohio Train Derailment? Bob Moore, a 70-year-old farmer and longtime resident of East Palestine, initially ignored local news reports urging residents to sign up for “MyID” to receive a new biometric tracking device that provides first responders updates about an individual’s health conditions amid an emergency or “major disaster.”  “The people were asked to go to the local fire department in downtown East Palestine to get that MyID. They began monitoring your physical activity, your heart rate, your respiration, anything you might be exposed to…It’s a monitoring device.”

Billions to Ukraine but nothing for Ohio: Biden admin turns down Ohio’s request for disaster assistance after toxic derailment:  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said that Ohio is not eligible to receive assistance because the incident did not classify as a national disaster, Tierney told the DCNF.

Train crashes outside Detroit, Michigan, carrying hazardous materials: Van Buren Township train derailment unfolds nearly two weeks after East Palestine, Ohio disaster. A train containing one car of hazardous materials has derailed Thursday in Van Buren Township outside Detroit, Michigan, reports say. The cause of the derailment was not immediately clear.

East Palestine Residents Told Water Was Safe After ‘Sloppy’ Testing Paid for by Rail Company: “We’re not getting any truth,” said one resident who is now planning to move away from the town.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
The German Working Group for Covid Vaccine Analysis — which includes over 60 scientists, doctors, lawyers, and journalists — published their “Summary of Preliminary Findings” on the toxic substances they are finding in covid-19 vaccine samples and the changes they are seeing in the blood samples taken from vaccinated individuals. The scientists “frequently observed an unusually rapid disintegration of the different types of cells in the vaccinated blood” and found concerning rouleaux formations of red blood cells specifically in the vaccinated samples.

# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals / Global
More Than 1,000 Adverse Reactions to COVID Shots Reported in New Brunswick, Canada: Of those, more than 300 considered ‘serious,’ says Department of Health

# Economy / Finance / Trade / Banks
A group of House Republicans is looking to raise sales taxes with the Fair Tax Act, which would abolish the Internal Revenue Service. With tax season upon us and sales tax in the headlines, here’s everything you need to know about a national consumption tax. What is a national consumption tax? Consumption tax is a tax on goods or services – what you spend rather than what you earn. In the U.S., consumption tax comes in the form of retail sales tax and excise tax (tax imposed on certain goods or activities, like alcohol or fuel).

# Education / Schools
Federal Grant Is Pushing Social Work Students Into Systems That Police Families: The Title IV-E program uses social work students’ economic precarity to nudge them into the family policing workforce. The family policing system often incarcerates parents who are trying to care for their children amid conditions of domestic violence or poverty.

Sanders Says His New Bill to Raise Teacher Pay Could Be Fully Funded by Taxing Rich Estates: “If we can provide over a trillion dollars in tax breaks to the top 1% and large corporations, please don’t tell me that we cannot afford to make sure that every teacher in America is paid at least $60,000 a year.”

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical
Soaring Energy Prices Triggered By Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Could Push Up to 141 Million More People Into Extreme Poverty: Energy prices have risen dramatically since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and could push as many as 141 million people into extreme poverty, a new study has shown. The costs of goods and services have also gone up due to higher energy prices.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals
Paid fines indicate meat industry’s use of child labor is more widespread than previously known: If Homeland Security is investigating the meat industry for human trafficking as was reported, it could be a long time before anything specific about that is known. But the Labor Department has now imposed monetary penalties totaling $1.5 million on a labor contractor who placed more than 100 children into hazardous meat industry jobs.

# Food Recalls / Alerts
Reckitt recalls ProSobee infant formula 12.9 oz Simply Plant Based Infant Formula due to possible cross-contamination with bacteria: Nutrition product manufacturer Reckitt announced an infant formula recall due to possible cross-contamination with Cronobacter, the bacteria that sparked last year’s formula shortage and may have been linked to two infants’ deaths.

# General News
The Villages Crush a Grassroots Revolt: Residents of the Florida retirement community banded together to reject a property tax hike but were blocked by powerful players, including Ron DeSantis. IN 2019, RESIDENTS of The Villages, a retirement community in Florida, were suddenly hit with a 25 percent hike in their property taxes. In the master-planned community of 130,000 across the state’s Sumter, Lake, and Marion counties, many residents are on fixed incomes. The tax hikes were to subsidize new developments south of the community, rather than cover new amenities or upgrades for current residents.

# Gov / Politics / US
Biden Makes Surprise Visit to Kyiv in Show of Support for Ukraine: President pledges half a billion dollars of additional aid ahead of anniversary of war’s start

A Presidents’ Day Reflection: The Intertwined History of the U.S. and Nations Overseas: This Presidents’ Day, the White House Historical Association is partnering with U.S. embassies around the world for international wreath-laying ceremonies at many of these statues and monuments.
https://dcjournal.com/a-presidents-day-reflection-the-intertwined-history-of-the-u-s-and-nations-overseas/# Law

Police Staffing Becomes Issue After City That Defunded Police Descends Into Street Chaos: Austin police, 911 staffing levels questioned after street racers take over major intersection, injure cop. An Austin City Council member was reportedly on hold with 911 for 28 minutes after calling about the street racing takover

# Medical
Health Care Staff Shortages a “National Emergency”: Workforce issues again top of mind for hospital CEOs in 2022. Within the umbrella of “workforce challenges,” 90% of all responding CEOs pointed to shortages of registered nurses, 83% shortages of technicians, 80% burnout among non-physician staff and 70% a shortage of therapists.

Researchers find nanoparticles of a rare earth metal used in MRI contrast agents can infiltrate kidney tissue:
Physicians routinely prescribe an infusion containing gadolinium to enhance MRI scans, but there is evidence that nanoparticles of the toxic rare earth metal infiltrate kidney cells, sometimes triggering severe side effects, University of New Mexico researchers have found.

# Veterans / VA
VA Warns Against PACT Act Fraud Targeting Veterans: The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is warning veterans to be vigilant about scams arising following the passage of the historic Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022. They issued a news release on January 10 about this risk.

Defrauding Veterans Would Be a Federal Crime Under Bill Pushed by Senators: “Anytime the federal government provides essential benefits to our constituents, there’s going to be predators out there to take it away,” Cortez Masto said in a phone interview with Military.com on Tuesday. “So we have to make sure that we are imposing the appropriate enforcement to protect those individuals so that their benefits are not taken.”

Reading the Room: 10 Tips for Veterans Who Need to Understand What Isn’t Said: In a job interview, client meeting, social or networking event, or any other important conversation, it’s vital to pick up on overt and subtle cues sent by the people around you. It’s called being able to “read the room” when you can watch for, respond and pick up on nonverbal cues to ensure your message is hitting the mark.

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