Daily Archives: 3. März 2022

03.03.2022 - 23:57 [ @Eleskola / Twitter ]

Update on the situation of #Kyiv It appears that the Ukrainian forces have cut off the Russian column also from west side and created a strong foothold in the area. Encirclement is inevitable. Also they have recaptured #Gostomel airport.

03.03.2022 - 23:09 [ Hanna Liubakova / Twitter ]

#Belarus Police in Minsk detained mothers of Belarusian soldiers praying for peace. The police were in civilian clothes in the church. Human rights defenders reported at least 3 women that were detained.

03.03.2022 - 16:40 [ Rubikon ]

Die Hafterleichterung

Die Hafterleichterungen — „Lockerungen“ genannt —, die uns für den März versprochen wurden, folgen einer bestimmten Strategie: Die Mächtigen haben den Druck im Kessel so hoch getrieben, wie es irgend möglich schien. Dann, kurz vor der Explosion, wurde das Ventil geöffnet, und in der Tat wiegen sich etliche jetzt in seliger Siegesgewissheit und lassen in ihren Widerstandsbemühungen nach. Sie vergessen dabei einen wichtigen Grundsatz der Machtausübung. Man foltert seine Sklaven nicht zu Tode — man kocht sie weich, bis größtmögliche Gefügigkeit erreicht ist. Dabei lehrt man sie nicht alle Lektionen auf einmal, sondern eine nach der anderen.

03.03.2022 - 15:43 [ Gewerkschaft der Polizei - GDP.de ]

Entwicklung in den letzten Wochen sorgt für Umdenken: GdP Berlin nimmt Abstand von berufsbezogener Impfpflicht


„Die Positionen unserer GdP werden immer an die aktuelle Entwicklung und in dem Fall an die momentane wissenschaftliche Einschätzung angepasst. Wir haben im November des letzten Jahres eine andere Situation gehabt, die uns zu unserer damaligen Forderung einer Impfpflicht für Polizei und AOD der Bezirke bewogen hat. Die Lage aber hat sich wesentlich verändert. Die aktuellen Impfstoffe verhindern keine Transmission der omnipräsenten Omikron-Variante“, so GdP-Landeschef Norbert Cioma am Montagmorgen.

03.03.2022 - 15:07 [ Vancouver.Citynews.ca ]

2,452 B.C. health-care workers fired for not getting COVID vaccination

/Feb 24, 2022)

More than 2,452 health-care employees terminated for failing to comply with B.C.’s vaccination mandate.
Number likely higher because some regions did not report how many medical staff or physicians have been let go.
All regulated health-care workers in B.C. must be vaccinated by March 24.

03.03.2022 - 14:54 [ NBC News ]

Mayo Clinic fires 700 workers who failed to comply with Covid vaccine mandate

(Jan. 5, 2022)

The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Around 700 workers at the medical center have been fired over their vaccination status.

03.03.2022 - 14:21 [ LA Times ]

Nearly 500 L.A. Unified employees lose their jobs for failing to get COVID-19 vaccine

Dec. 8, 2021 12:21 PM PT

Nearly 500 Los Angeles school district employees have lost their jobs for failing to meet the COVID-19 vaccination requirement, officials announced on Tuesday.

03.03.2022 - 14:19 [ ABC News ]

Nearly 1,500 NYC municipal workers fired for not being vaccinated against COVID

(February 15, 2022)

The 1,428 employees who were on unpaid leave for more than three months lost their jobs.

Data provided by City Hall Monday shows the majority of employees who were fired worked in the Department of Education, which saw 914 people let go. The Housing Authority terminated 101 workers.

Also fired were 36 New York Police Department workers and 25 FDNY employees.

03.03.2022 - 12:46 [ theMoscowTimes.com ]

She Signed an Open Letter Calling for Peace. Then Got Fired.

“I didn’t waver over signing it and I don’t regret it. But I didn’t expect that it would result in forced dismissal,” Dolinina said in an interview.

“I knew, as somebody working in a cultural institute connected to the government, that if I was detained at a protest or posted something aggressive on social media I could get fired. But I never guessed it would happen for signing an open letter calling for peace.”

“But that’s a sign of the new world we’re all living in now.”

03.03.2022 - 12:32 [ ITV.com ]

Russian mothers ‚receive official letters‘ telling them their sons have died in Ukraine

Russia’s war with Ukraine is not yet a week old and Russian mothers are already demanding answers from the country’s Ministry of Defence about the whereabouts of their sons who have allegedly been sent to fight in Ukraine.

03.03.2022 - 12:24 [ theGuardian.com ]

‘Just a sea of tears’: the group helping anxious mothers of Russian soldiers

Golub is the head of the Soldiers’ Mothers Committee, an NGO advocating for soldiers’ rights that has become the main contact point for the worried relatives of Russian soldiers.

“See, I told you,” Golub shrugged, picking up another call during a conversation in her office in a residential area in north-east Moscow.

“This just keeps going and going. Everyone is very busy, we constantly receive people, get requests. We represent the interests of families in court and bring their concerns to the authorities,” Golub said.

03.03.2022 - 11:59 [ Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine / Twitter ]

We have established an emergency hotline for African, Asian and other students wishing to leave Ukraine because of Russia’s invasion.


We are working intensively to ensure their safety & speed up their passage. Russia must stop its aggression which affects us all.

03.03.2022 - 11:47 [ Pravda.com.ua ]

Mayor of Mariupol on Russian shelling: the city has been „pounded“ non-stop for 12 hours

Source: Vadym Boichenko, Mayor of Mariupol, on the unified TV and radio broadcast of the Ukrainian media

Quote: „We have been flattened non-stop for 12 hours. The racist-fascist troops are razing my hometown to the ground.“

Details: According to Boichenko, there has been total destruction of residential infrastructure.

03.03.2022 - 08:13 [ Paul Huemer / Twitter ]


03.03.2022 - 08:10 [ CBS News / Twitter ]

Just as CBS News‘ Charlie D’Agata was coming off the air tonight in #Kyiv Ukraine, the sky lit up behind him „almost like lightning“ and booming explosions shook the city