The “The Second Coming of God” The President’s Legitimization Of Race Hatred — The Secular Jurist

Originally posted on Padre Steve’s World: Official Home of the Anti-Chaps: Friends of Padre Steve’s World, President Trump has done something that no President has managed to tap into the hidden shadow that permeates American history. Over the past few weeks it seems if the man is devolving into a completely unhinged, paranoid, and…

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Climate change endangers Islamic pilgrims

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This 11 July 2019 video says about itself:

Heatstroke concern among Thai doctors about Hajj pilgrimage

Doctors have voiced their concerns over Thai pilgrims in Saudi Arabia catching heatstroke, as they have to face the scorching temperature of 46 degree Celsius.

From the American Geophysical Union in the USA:

Rising summer heat could soon endanger travelers on annual Muslim pilgrimage

August 22, 2019

Over two million Muslim travelers just finished the annual religious pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, traveling during some of the country’s hottest weather. New research finds pilgrims in future summers may have to endure heat and humidity extreme enough to endanger their health. The results can help inform policies that would make the trip safer for the several million people who make the pilgrimage each year, according to the study’s authors.

Hajj, or Muslim Pilgrimage, is one of the five pillars of the Muslim faith. It…

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Dep leader poll result suggests clear lead among Labour members for… — The SKWAWKBOX

Result emphatic in clean poll vote A clear lead – but for whom?The final results of a 3-day SKWAWKBOX poll of Labour members give an overwhelming lead to North-West Durham MP and Shadow Labour Minister Laura Pidcock. More than two-thirds of members who voted selected the straight-talking Pidcock as their preferred deputy leader to replace…

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New figures raise fresh questions over Atos PIP assessments 

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The amount of time that nurses and physiotherapists spend carrying out face-to-face disability benefit assessments can vary hugely, depending on where the test takes place, according to analysis of new Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) figures.

Although the figures do not prove that disabled people in some parts of the country are receiving more careful and considered personal independence payment (PIP) assessments than claimants in other areas, they do raise concerns that this could be happening.

And they suggest that there could even be such contrasting experiences for claimants being assessed compared with those in neighbouring towns, cities and counties.

The figures only relate to face-to-face PIP assessments carried out by healthcare professionals working for outsourcing giant Atos, as data is not yet available for those parts of the country covered by DWP’s other PIP contractor, Capita. And Atos* insisted yesterday (Wednesday) that there was “no pressure on staff to…

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Universal Credit staff to strike next week

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The walkout by just over 200 workers in Stockport comes after similar strike action in Wolverhampton and Walsall earlier this year. Universal Credit call handlers will stage a two-day strike next week after “running out of patience” with what they say are cuts and overwork.

More than 200 workers are set to stage a walkout at a contact centre in Stockport, Greater Manchester, next Tuesday and Wednesday after approving the action in a strike ballot.

Some 227 Public Commercial Services union (PCS) members at the centre were balloted. 162 voted, of which 148 backed a strike. It comes after two walkouts at centres in Wolverhampton and Walsall earlier this year over similar issues.

PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “The decision to take strike action has not been taken lightly by our members in Universal Credit. They do their best to help claimants get the support they need. “However, due to cuts, big…

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Are #PIP assessments being botched because they are being rushed by government contractors?

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Mainstream news boss says journalists have a right to call politicians liars. She’s right – but a little late

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2019/08/22/mainstream-news-boss-says-journalists-have-a-right-to-call-politicians-liars-shes-right-but-a-little-late/

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DWP Lists ‘Stripper’ as Appropriate Job for Claimants

https://universalcreditsuffer.com/2019/08/22/dwp-lists-stripper-as-appropriate-job-for-claimants/

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