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Sunday, January 13, 2008

Lost job and pay for wearing a cross -British Court

British Court Rules Airline can Censor Cross worn by Employees - Catholic Online


British Court Rules Airline can Censor Cross worn by Employees

1/12/2008

Catholic News Agency (www.catholicnewsagency.com)

Nadia Eweida, a check-in worker at Heathrow Airport and a Coptic Christian, was sent home after refusing to remove the cross necklace. British Airways said the necklace was a violation of the company’s dress code.

LONDON (CNA) - A British Airways employee who sued her employer after it required her to cover up a cross necklace while she worked has lost her religious discrimination lawsuit, WorldNetDaily reports.

Nadia Eweida, a check-in worker at Heathrow Airport and a Coptic Christian, was sent home after refusing to remove the cross necklace. British Airways said the necklace was a violation of the company’s dress code.

Eweida charged her employer with religious discrimination, saying that the company allowed religious employees like those adhering to Islam or Hinduism to wear faith-related clothing, jewelry, religious markings, or other items.

The Reading Employment Tribunal had previously ruled against Eweida, but she appealed the decision.

The 56-year-old Eweida, who was placed on unpaid leave, reacted to the ruling, saying, “I'm very disappointed. I'm speechless really because I went to the tribunal to seek justice. But the judge has given way for BA to have a victory on imposing their will on all their staff.”

Eweida was represented by an attorney from the Alliance Defense Fund. Chief Counsel Benjamin Bull issued a statement responding to the decision.

"Christian employees should not be singled out for discrimination. This decision will be appealed," he said. "According to British Airways, it's OK for employees to wear a symbol of their faith unless it's a Christian cross. The airline took no action against employees of other religions who wore jewelry or symbols of their religion. That type of intolerance is inconsistent with the values of civilized communities around the world."



-lost pay, forced to leave for wearing a cross. what is the world coming to? -st0ckman

Aerosol Operation Crimes & Cover Up

Aerosol Operation Crimes & Cover Up from 1-1-08


The nature of the fibers, upon very high magnification, reveal themselves to be identical in size, structure and form to the skin fibers that are documented in detail on the paper referenced above.

This now brings to four the number of samples from entirely different mediums and environments that are showing similar to identical morphology. These include the airborne fiber as refused by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the skin fibers as manifest with the Morgellon's individual, the blood sample of the Morgellon's individual and the dental sample from this latest event.

The fact that such widespread diversity in environment and conditions is producing these samples of remarkable similarity demonstrates the magnitude of the Morgellons and aerosol issues. It remains an open question as to what level of reporting is required to motivate the general citizenry to act upon these topics

Canadian Government Loses Challenge to Medical Marijuana Rules

Canadian Government Loses Challenge to Medical Marijuana Rules


The federal government lost another court challenge to its controversial medical marijuana program, and now has 30 days to decide whether to appeal the ruling that declared one of its key policies unconstitutional. Under the current set of regulations, licensed producers are only allowed to grow the drug for one patient at a time. Federal Court Judge Barry Strayer said that one-to-one ratio violates the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

chemtrailtrackingusa : Message: [Chem Trail Tracking USA] Chemtrails & Military-Pharmaceutical-Industrial Complex

chemtrailtrackingusa : Message: [Chem Trail Tracking USA] Chemtrails & Military-Pharmaceutical-Industrial Complex


Donald Rumsfeld was the CEO of G.D. Searle which later
was taken over by Pfizer, the largest pharmaceutical
company in the world.

Later, he was the chairman of Gilead Science... who
brought us "Tamiflu"


CNN: http://tinyurl.com/2x6xgb 2005

"Among the beneficiaries of the run on Tamiflu is
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, who was chairman
of Gilead from 1997 to 2001 and owns at least $5
million of the stock, which has jumped from $35 in
April to $47. Former Secretary of State George Shultz,
who is on Gilead's board, has sold more than $7
million worth of Gilead in 2005"

http://tinyurl.com/s8pds

So the initial bird flu scare put millions right in
his pocket.. and that's just the publicly known
information...

I believe that these flu viruses are spread through
chemtrails.

Rummy... what about those tankers you "squandered $30
Billion" on?

Tanker Inquiry (Washington Post) 2005

http://tinyurl.com/g97kd

"Rumsfeld cited poor memory, loose office procedures,
and a general distraction with "the wars" in Iraq and
Afghanistan to explain why he was unsure how his
department came to nearly squander $30 billion leasing
several hundred new tanker aircraft that its own
experts had decided were not needed"

Several Hundred? That must be a typo. Hundreds??
WTF?? That's enough for a massive chemtrail spraying
operation.

of course.. who can forget what he said on September
10th 2001... hmm why would anyone forget what was said
on 9/10/2001.... hmmmm

September 10th, 2001

CBS NEWS : http://tinyurl.com/6f82l

Video: http://tinyurl.com/2p8g5b

"According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3
trillion in transactions," Rumsfeld admitted.
$2.3 trillion — that's $8,000 for every man, woman and
child in America"


-the next day is 9/11.
-st0ckman

POLITICS-US: Official Version of Naval Incident Starts to Unravel

POLITICS-US: Official Version of Naval Incident Starts to Unravel



WASHINGTON, Jan 10 (IPS) - Despite the official and media portrayal of the incident in the Strait of Hormuz early Monday morning as a serious threat to U.S. ships from Iranian speedboats that nearly resulted in a "battle at sea", new information over the past three days suggests that the incident did not involve such a threat and that no U.S. commander was on the verge of firing at the Iranian boats.

The new information that appears to contradict the original version of the incident includes the revelation that U.S. officials spliced the audio recording of an alleged Iranian threat onto to a videotape of the incident. That suggests that the threatening message may not have come in immediately after the initial warning to Iranian boats from a U.S. warship, as appears to do on the video.

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