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Feds Ask Travel Companies (Hotels, Car Rentals, Bus Companies) To ID Suspected Capitol Rioters

By MassPrivateI The War on Terror has officially crossed the line by using the Capitol riot to destroy what little is left of our civil liberties. Bloomberg News reported that the House Oversight Committee has asked travel companies to help law enforcement ID suspected Capitol rioters. “The committee sent letters to hotel chains, bus lines,…

Mapping The World’s Largest State-Owned Oil Companies

Oil is one of the world’s most important natural resources, playing a critical role in everything from transportation fuels to cosmetics. For this reason, as Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu details below, many governments choose to nationalize their supply of oil. This gives them a greater degree of control over their oil reserves as well as access…

NO, They Are Not Private Companies

January 13, 2021 By The Conscious Resistance Derrick Broze breaks down the fallacies surrounding the argument that Big Tech is made up of private companies and thus their censorship is protected and not the same as government censorship. Do you know the true origins of FB and Google? Find out in this report… From TCR…

Brexit Creates Major Problem For UK Energy Companies

Authored by Leonard Hyman and William Tilles via OilPrice.com, In the international electricity markets, countries fall into one of three categories: those that provide adequately for their needs like the US, those with excess reserves like Canada and those in deficit. The UK is in a deficit by about 7% of its annual requirements. Undersea…

UAE Identified As "Hub" For Companies Helping Venezuela Evade US Oil Sanctions

A detailed investigative report by Reuters has found Washington-ally United Arab Emirates has been helping Maduro’s Venezuela skirt sanctions which the Trump administration has used as pressure for regime change.  The UAE is alleged to have stepped up its sanctions-busting activities as a major “hub” allowing Venezuela to export its oil, especially after a half dozen…

Wheels Come Off For Bus Companies, Closing Down Travel Options For Poor Americans

The wheels on the nation’s buses aren’t going round and round very much these days according to MPRnews, which notes that demand for bus travel has fallen by more than 80 percent during the pandemic, as public health authorities urge people to avoid travel where possible. That is raising concerns about the potential long-term damage…

Companies Scramble To Win "Essential" Designation For Workers As Profits Hang In The Balance

A few weeks ago, we reported on the nascent battle by corporations and industries to have their employees deemed “essential” by the CDC in order to secure priority access to vaccines. What’s more, even though many Americans believe it’s morally reprehensible to fire someone for refusing to take a vaccine, companies are toying with the…

Polish Bill Threatens $2.2 Million Fines For Social Media Companies Who Censor Lawful Speech

As UK lawmakers consider a 2021 ‘Online Safety Bill,’ which would allow fines of up to £18 million (US$24 million) against online platforms that ‘fail to protect users or remove harmful content,” (including ‘disinformation and cyberbullying‘) things are a little different in Poland, where sticks and stones still have an advantage over words and political…

Blackstone Will Soon Be Turning Around And Selling The Data From Companies It Acquires

In the past, we have noted incessant demand to buy all types of data – it’s why companies like LinkedIn and Fitbit were eventually acquired, it exists at places like your local shopping mall, and it’s the crux of many successful hedge funds.  That’s why it isn’t too much of a surprise to hear that…

New Michigan Bill Could Make It Illegal For Companies To Demand Microchip Implants for Workers

By Mayukh Saha Many employers across the globe are moving towards microchip technology to keep track of employees. They often forcefully microchip employees to track their activity and inactive hours. The Michigan House passed a bill in June to make microchipping a voluntary option for employees. Lenawee County’s Representative, Bronna Kahle, sponsored the bill. Kahle…

Companies Join Exodus To Suburbs As Cities Transform Into “Ghost Towns”

By Tyler Durden People and companies are leaving American cities in droves. An urban exodus could persist for a couple of years as the virus pandemic and resulting socio-economic implosion has exacerbated quality of life problems – violent crime, homelessness, rising taxes, and high cost of living – those were some of the reasons, even before the…

Companies Join Exodus To Suburbs As Cities Transform Into “Ghost Towns” 

People and companies are leaving American cities in droves. An urban exodus could persist for a couple of years as the virus pandemic and resulting socio-economic implosion has exacerbated quality of life problems – violent crime, homelessness, rising taxes, and high cost of living – those were some of the reasons, even before the pandemic, forcing city…

Coronavirus shock: How Neil Ferguson was bankrolled by major pharmaceutical companies

NEIL FERGUSON, one of the Government’s senior scientific advisors on the coronavirus response was financed by the pharmaceutical industry in the run-up to the 2009 Swine Flu pandemic, unearthed reports reveal. Professor Neil Ferguson is one of the most senior advisors to the Government on the coronavirus outbreak. Tasked with shaping the UK’s response, Prof Ferguson sits on the…