Protests & ‘gay dance party’ planned to sabotage Trump inauguration

Protests & ‘gay dance party’ planned to sabotage Trump inauguration Blockades, demonstrations and an event billed as a ‘gay dance parade’ are being planned in an attempt to sabotage Donald Trump’s inauguration, as left-wing protesters look to up the ante in a day of civil disobedience against the US president-elect. A group known as #DisruptJ20, … Continue reading Protests & ‘gay dance party’ planned to sabotage Trump inauguration

Welcome To One of The Most Pivotal Weeks In Modern American History

Welcome To One of The Most Pivotal Weeks In Modern American History Many are anticipating that a wonderful new era of peace and prosperity is just a few days away, but others are using terms such as “civil unrest” and “civil war” for what they believe is about to happen in America. Without a doubt, … Continue reading Welcome To One of The Most Pivotal Weeks In Modern American History

Venezuelan president braced for protests as political crisis deepens

Venezuela’s political crisis has deepened after the country’s president, Nicolás Maduro, predicted that the opposition-controlled parliament would soon “disappear” while his political rivals prepared for a day of protests in the capital to demand a recall vote. Both sides have intensified the rhetoric as they vie for control of a country wracked by food shortages, looting, … Continue reading Venezuelan president braced for protests as political crisis deepens

McDonald’s workers are launching mass protests over low wages

Already losing market share to more innovative restaurants that are dropping GMOs (Chipotle) and toxic chemical ingredients (Panera), McDonald's is about to be hit with a massive worker protest. "McDonald's workers will gatecrash the burger company's shareholder meeting later this month with 'the biggest ever protest' demanding an end to 'poverty wages' paid to many of … Continue reading McDonald’s workers are launching mass protests over low wages

TTIP Partnership may cost Europe jobs

As a bilateral trade agreement,Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), expected to be signed already before the end of this year, is about reducing the regulatory barriers to trade for big business, things like food safety law, environmental legislation, banking regulations and the sovereign powers of individual nations. Read Article

Baltimore Rallies at City Hall After Mayor Lifts Curfew

A daily curfew in Baltimore, which was implemented following violent protests over the death of Freddie Gray, was lifted Sunday by the city's mayor hours before hundreds of jubilant demonstrators flocked to City Hall for a peace rally. "I have rescinded my order instituting a city-wide curfew. I want to thank the people of Baltimore for … Continue reading Baltimore Rallies at City Hall After Mayor Lifts Curfew

Czech Military to Protect US Armored Column March From Protests

Czech Military to Protect US Armored Column March From Protests - sputnik news.com The Czech military announced that it has singled out areas where protests are likely to occur as a result of the US military march across the continent, as opposition has been growing to the plans. The Czech army will protect the US … Continue reading Czech Military to Protect US Armored Column March From Protests

Thousands rally against Shiite militia in Yemen capital

https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/26089797/thousands-rally-against-shiite-militia-in-yemen-capital/ Thousands of Yemenis took to the streets of Sanaa Saturday in the biggest protest yet against a Shiite militia takeover of the capital that has plunged the country into turmoil. The demonstration came as regions in the formerly independent south stepped up their defiance after the Shiite militiamen, who hail from Yemen's northern highlands and … Continue reading Thousands rally against Shiite militia in Yemen capital

Muslims Burn 45 Churches During Charlie Hebdo Protests in Niger

http://sputniknews.com/africa/20150119/1017077185.html As many as 45 churches were set on fire in Niger’s capital city of Niamey during weekend protests against the publishing of cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammed, AFP reports, citing local police. The protests were sparked by the decision of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical weekly, to place a caricature image showing the prophet holding a … Continue reading Muslims Burn 45 Churches During Charlie Hebdo Protests in Niger