Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/13/2018

All of tonight’s news feed was compiled using tips sent in by Reader from Chicago — a very unusual circumstance.

There are a lot of immigration-related items in here — check out the news about the alternative ports to Calais being chosen by migrants in France, or the story about the latest “rescue” of 65 migrants off the coast of Greece.

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Financial Crisis
» Italy’s Public Debt is a Problem for the Eurozone — Economic Affairs Commissioner
» Think Tank Forecasts Slower Growth for Finland
 
USA
» “Threat Becomes a Reality”: Hurricane Florence’s Onslaught Begins
» Google Responds to Leaked Video as Damning History of Bias Haunts Company; Parscale Calls for Investigation
» Leftists on Twitter Celebrate Prospect of White People & Trump Supporters Being Killed by Hurricane Florence
» Mexican National Pleads Guilty to Illegal Voting in Harris County
» No Strings Attached: Chicago to Study Universal Basic Income
» ‘Reporter’ Does PR for Facebook, Trashes #WalkAway Founder After Facebook Ban
» ‘Switchblade’ Attack on GOP House Candidate in CA Gets Zero Coverage on Network News
» We’ll “Just Do it, “ Says College — We’re Dumping Nike Products
» Would-be ISIS Supporter in Houston Says He Didn’t Understand Terms of Guilty Plea, Wants New Trial
 
Canada
» Tragedy Shakes Communities That Helped Bring Murder Suspect to Canada
 
Europe and the EU
» After Decades of Self-Hate France Has Been Colonised by Foreign Civilisations — Political Journalist
» Amsterdam Terror Suspect to Stay in Custody
» Chechen Minor Arrested in France After Pledging Loyalty to Islamic State
» Czech Pilot Celebrates Centenary of Czechoslovakia by Round-the-World Flight
» Dalai Lama Says ‘Europe Belongs to Europeans’
» EU Introduces New Law Forcing Tech Firms to Censor Unwanted Speech in 24 Hours
» France Hails EU Move to Sanction Hungary as Orban Frozen Out
» Norwegian Mayor Kidnapped, Robbed and Threatened in Brussels
» Poland Stands With Hungary Against EU and Will Veto Any Sanctions Against the Country
» Pope Francis Doubles Down on Satan Accusing the Church Claim, Tells Christians to Accuse Themselves
» Report Reveals Widespread Sex Abuse of ‘Mostly Male Minors’ In German Catholic Church
» Sweden Election Continues the Rapid Decline of Social Democrat Politics in Europe
» Swedish Election: Centre-Left Coalition Leads by Thin Margin After All Votes Counted
» The Only Racists I Know Are Left-Wing Politicians Says Italian Interior Minister
» UK: Amid Crime-Wave, Mayor Khan Temporarily Redeploys 122 Officers to Tackle Gang Violence
» UK: London’s Air Ambulance Reveal Stabbings and Shootings Now Biggest Share of Emergency Call Outs
» UK: Tories Block Brexiteer Steven Woolfe’s Membership
» UKIP: EU Copyright Proposals ‘An Enormous Strike Against Free Speech on the Internet’
 
Far East
» Report: Senior Google Scientist Quits Over Censored Chinese Search Engine
 
Immigration
» EU Migrant Crisis: Juncker Attacks Salvini in Furious Rant — ‘He is Not Helping Italy!’
» EU Migrant Crisis: Migrants Shun Calais as Focus Switches to Smaller French Ports
» Germany: Stifling Dissent to Mass Migration
» MEP: Hungary Has Been Condemned Because They Know That it Would Never Accept Pro-Migrant Policies
» Polish Ruling Party MP Makes Clear His Country Doesn’t Want Muslim Migrants
» The Latest: 65 Migrants Rescued Off Southwestern Greece
» UC Boulder Labels “Illegal Alien” A “Problematic Phrase”
 
Culture Wars
» French Book on Sex Education for Children, ‘Promotes’ White Women Having Babies With Arabs
» The Left Can’t Meme So They’ve Just Decided to Ban Memes Instead
» U.S. Theologian Predicts ‘#MeToo Movement About Homosexual Abuse in Seminaries’
 

Italy’s Public Debt is a Problem for the Eurozone — Economic Affairs Commissioner

European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierrre Moscovici said Thursday that Italy was “a problem” within the eurozone.

“Italy is the issue that I want to concentrate on first of all,” Moscovici told reporters in Paris. The Commissioner also called on the Legaue-5-Star Movement (M5S) government to present a realistic budget law for 2019.

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Think Tank Forecasts Slower Growth for Finland

A Finnish economic research institute has forecast economic growth will slow down next year to 2.4 percent amid concerns about looming trade wars.

Finnish GDP growth will slow next year to 2.4 percent after hitting 2.6 percent this year, forecasts the PTT Economic research institute.

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“Threat Becomes a Reality”: Hurricane Florence’s Onslaught Begins

WILMINGTON, N.C. — The big slosh has begun, and the consequences could be disastrous. The leading edge of Hurricane Florence battered the Carolina coast Thursday, bending trees and shooting frothy sea water over streets on the Outer Banks, as the hulking storm closed in with 100 mph winds for a drenching siege that could last all weekend. Tens of thousands are without power. The monster storm was moving in for a prolonged and potentially catastrophic stay along the Southeast coast that could drench the homes of as many as 10 million people.

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Google Responds to Leaked Video as Damning History of Bias Haunts Company; Parscale Calls for Investigation

Google has cobbled together a response to an internal video leaked to Breitbart which depicts the company’s top brass comforting each other as they mourn Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election loss.

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Leftists on Twitter Celebrate Prospect of White People & Trump Supporters Being Killed by Hurricane Florence

Racist leftists on Twitter are salivating at the prospect of white people and Trump supporters being killed by Hurricane Florence.

With the monster storm closing in on the Carolinas, putting 10 million people in the crosshairs, many Twitter users couldn’t pass up the opportunity to politicize the weather.

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Mexican National Pleads Guilty to Illegal Voting in Harris County

A Mexican citizen pleaded guilty to election fraud charges on Thursday in Montgomery County for voting illegally in the 2016 presidential election, among others.

Laura Janeth Garza, a 38-year-old Mexican national, was handed a 10-year jail sentence, a $10,000 fine and will be deported after serving her jail time, according to the attorney general’s office. She pleaded guilty to charges of voter impersonation and ineligible voting, both second-degree felonies.

Garza allegedly obtained documents to steal the identity of a U.S. citizen and illegally registered to vote in Harris County, according to a joint investigation by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and the Texas Department of Public Safety. She used the alias Angie Yadira Zamora and cast ballots in 2004, 2012 and 2016.

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No Strings Attached: Chicago to Study Universal Basic Income

On his way out of office, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is set to create a task force that would consider whether to make monthly no-strings-attached payments to a group of Chicago families to help them make ends meet.

“Universal basic income” is an idea that has been gaining traction recently among progressives, and North Side Ald. Ameya Pawar introduced a resolution in June calling on Emanuel to launch a program to pay 1,000 families $500 every month.

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‘Reporter’ Does PR for Facebook, Trashes #WalkAway Founder After Facebook Ban

In an attempt to smear a wildly a successful campaign that has tens of thousands of people fleeing from the Democrat party, an Observer reporter enlisted in the fight to smear Brandon Straka and his #WalkAway project.

“This reporter at the Observer — Davis Richardson — wrote a hit piece on me, saying that my ban was lifted and I was lying about it,” Straka, the founder of #WalkAway, told Big League Politics.

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‘Switchblade’ Attack on GOP House Candidate in CA Gets Zero Coverage on Network News

“California man” Farzad Fazeli’s attempted switchblade attack on Republican House candidate Rudy Peters merited zero coverage on network news, according to a report from NewsBusters.

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We’ll “Just Do it, “ Says College — We’re Dumping Nike Products

Nike just did it, taking the plunge into full-bore anti-Americanism by making disgraced ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick its latest ad campaign’s face. While this caused nationwide outrage among traditionalists, many wouldn’t expect higher education to take the higher road here. But there is an exception: Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Georgia. The school announced Friday that it is completely severing its relationship with Nike.

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Would-be ISIS Supporter in Houston Says He Didn’t Understand Terms of Guilty Plea, Wants New Trial

A Palestinian refugee in Houston convicted of attempting to back Islamic State terrorists overseas is seeking a new federal trial, claiming he didn’t understand the consequences of violating the terms of supervised release when he pleaded guilty.

Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, who came to the U.S. in 2009, alleges that U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes did not clearly advise him that he faced a possible life term for violating federal probation if he entered a guilty plea, according to court document filed Tuesday. Al Hardan, who had an Arabic interpreter for the proceeding, also says his court-appointed lawyer failed to ensure that the judge advised him of this possibility.

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Tragedy Shakes Communities That Helped Bring Murder Suspect to Canada

The Vancouver church which assisted with the private refugee sponsorship of the man accused of killing 13-year-old Marrisa Shen will co-operate with police as their investigation into Ibrahim Ali continues.

St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church lead minister Dan Chambers issued a brief statement Tuesday in response to questions about Ali, a Syrian national who came to Canada with other members of his family in March 2017.

“We have nothing to say publicly as this is before the courts,” Chambers wrote.

“The church will co-operate with the police, and we are keeping everyone involved in this in mind, hearts and prayers.”

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After Decades of Self-Hate France Has Been Colonised by Foreign Civilisations — Political Journalist

French Journalist and essayist, Éric Zemmour draws a damning portrait of modern day France, broadcaster Europe 1 reports.

Interviewed by Sonia Mabrouk on Wednesday, Zemmour says that France is in “a tragic and quite terrifying moment” in which “all the French crisis concentrate in one: ours”.

“I wanted to dive deeper into the history of the country to see what had led to this,” says the polemicist, who’s new book Destin Français was released Wednesday in bookstores.

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Amsterdam Terror Suspect to Stay in Custody

Jawed S., the 19-year-old man suspected of stabbing two American tourists at Amsterdam Central Station, will remain in custody for at least another 90 days, the court in Amsterdam decided on Thursday, NOS reports.

S. stabbed two tourists before being gunned down by the police. The tourists were seriously injured. His first statements to the police revealed that he was acting with a terrorist motive.

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Chechen Minor Arrested in France After Pledging Loyalty to Islamic State

An underage Chechen migrant boy was arrested this week by French authorities after he had pledged on social media to join Islamic State.

The Chechen migrant, who attended Ingres College in Montauban, was arrested earlier this week and placed into custody at a police station in Toulouse. In the city of Beziers, another Chechen man, whose age has yet to be made public, was also arrested charges of conspiracy to join a terrorist organisation, La Dépêche reports.

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Czech Pilot Celebrates Centenary of Czechoslovakia by Round-the-World Flight

Czech pilot Roman Kramarik has completed a flight around the world in a small Cessna airplane marking the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia.

Over the course of 46 days, the one-time aerobatic pilot crossed three oceans and three continents, covering over 40,000 kilometres. I met with Mr. Kramarik just a few days after he landed in Prague and I first asked him what made him set out on this adventurous journey.

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Dalai Lama Says ‘Europe Belongs to Europeans’

The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said Wednesday that “Europe belongs to the Europeans” and that refugees should return to their native countries to rebuild them.

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EU Introduces New Law Forcing Tech Firms to Censor Unwanted Speech in 24 Hours

The unelected European Commission is planning new laws and fines targeting Internet firms like Google, Twitter, and Facebook if they do not censor content they consider illegal within 24 hours.

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a speech Wednesday the new rules are for counter-terror and security reasons, although the Commission has repeatedly threatened legislation in the past if “hate speech” is not removed within 24 hours.

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France Hails EU Move to Sanction Hungary as Orban Frozen Out

Hungary’s anti-migrant laws and populist policies pose a serious “threat to the fundamental values of the Union,” an unnamed Elysée source said, adding that the vote “was a good signal”.

Stressing French President Emmanuel Macron’s support of the effort to challenge Mr Orban’s blatant contempt for the rule of law, the source said the vote “shows that it is possible for lawmakers to find common ground on EU values”.

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Norwegian Mayor Kidnapped, Robbed and Threatened in Brussels

Norwegian mayor Alf Erik Andersen (Frp) was kidnapped, robbed and threatened whilst being forced to withdraw money during a trip to Brussels this week.

Belgium didn’t put its best foot forward for the Mandal mayor who was in Brussels for the Agder rapporteurs’ trip on Tuesday evening.

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Poland Stands With Hungary Against EU and Will Veto Any Sanctions Against the Country

Poland’s foreign ministry in Warsaw has noted it’s “concern” over Wednesday’s decision by Euro deputies to trigger a punitive procedure against Hungary citing [trumped up]accusations of flouting EU rules on democracy, civil rights and corruption.

The country announced it stands with Hungary against the EU and will veto any sanctions against its ideological ally. The foreign ministry said it “has noted with concern [Wednesday’s] decision of the European Parliament supporting the motion to trigger Art. 7.1 of the Treaty on European Union against Hungary.”

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Pope Francis Doubles Down on Satan Accusing the Church Claim, Tells Christians to Accuse Themselves

Pope Francis doubled down Thursday on his claim that Satan is attacking the church by bringing sexual assault allegations to light and told Christians to accuse themselves.

Francis made the remarks in his Thursday homily at Domus Sanctae Marthae, saying that only those with a merciful attitude toward church officials practiced the love of God, while those who sought to accuse clerics of abuse or cover-ups entered “into the logic of the Great Accuser.”

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Report Reveals Widespread Sex Abuse of ‘Mostly Male Minors’ In German Catholic Church

A leaked sexual abuse commission report documents more than 3,500 cases of “mostly male minors” who were victims of clerical sex abuse in Germany between 1946 and 2014.

The commission, which was funded by the German Bishops’ Conference, stated that “3,677 mostly male minors” had been victims of sexual abuse by 1,670 members of the clergy. The report also found systemic mishandling of allegations of sexual abuse by the German Catholic hierarchy.

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Sweden Election Continues the Rapid Decline of Social Democrat Politics in Europe

The Swedish election results were one of the worst ever performances for the ruling Social Democrats. But the result is just one example of the massive decline for social democratic parties across Europe over the past decade.

While the Sweden Democrats emerged the largest party in last Sunday’s election, their overall vote declined by 2.6 percent since the last election in 2014 while the populist Sweden Democrats increased their vote share by 4.7 percent. Ultimately it was the worst result for the party, which has dominated Swedish politics for decades, since 1908.

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Swedish Election: Centre-Left Coalition Leads by Thin Margin After All Votes Counted

The centre-left coalition is Sweden’s largest bloc by a razor-thin margin after the preliminary election result was revealed on Thursday afternoon.

Just one seat separates the two main blocs in the initial result, with the votes set to be counted again and double checked before the final result is announced on Friday.

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The Only Racists I Know Are Left-Wing Politicians Says Italian Interior Minister

Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations’ new human rights chief, announced that the UN wants to send a team to Italy over reports of migrants facing attacks and racism. The controversy didn’t sit well with Interior Minister and Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini on Thursday.

While Salvini was on a visit to the southern city of Bari, he defiantly stated: “The only racists that I know are some leftwing politicians who have transformed Bari and Italy into a refugee camp”.

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UK: Amid Crime-Wave, Mayor Khan Temporarily Redeploys 122 Officers to Tackle Gang Violence

The London Mayor is to shift 122 officers from transport to a violent crime unit, as the capital’s crime wave continues.

Sadiq Khan’s City Hall and central government share responsibility for funding London’s Metropolitan Police Service, but the Violent Crime Taskforce is one area funded by the Mayor’s office.

The 122 officers will be transferred from the Met’s Roads and Transport Policing Command (RTPC) to the task force for three months, City Hall said in a statement.

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UK: London’s Air Ambulance Reveal Stabbings and Shootings Now Biggest Share of Emergency Call Outs

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has watched his popularity plummet as a result of the largest epidemic of violence in the capital’s history.

Figures released Thursday show that 32 per cent of patients treated by airborne trauma specialists and paramedics in the first six months of 2018 were stabbing or shooting victims.

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UK: Tories Block Brexiteer Steven Woolfe’s Membership

The Conservative Party are restricting new memberships. Their criteria? No Brexiteers allowed. Other former UKIP MEP’s have joined but there seems to be a halt on Brexiteers as they are now being blocked.

The former Tory Councillor’s membership application was rejected, according to Guido. A Tory spokesman said: “Steven Woolfe’s application for membership of the Conservative Party has not been accepted.”

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UKIP: EU Copyright Proposals ‘An Enormous Strike Against Free Speech on the Internet’

UKIP Scotland MEP David Coburn branded the EU’s new copyright proposals an “enormous strike against free speech on the Internet” in the European Parliament, before being howled down by establishment politicians and cut off by the parliament’s president.

Mr Coburn attempted to speak out against the EU Commission’s proposal on a new Directive regulating Copyright in the Digital Single Market, moved by rapporteur Axel Voss — a German MEP representing Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU).

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Report: Senior Google Scientist Quits Over Censored Chinese Search Engine

Jack Poulson, a senior research scientist at Google, has quit the company in protest over the tech titan’s development of a censored search engine for China, claiming it represents a “forfeiture of our values.”

According to the Intercept, Poulson “raised concerns with his managers at Google after the Intercept revealed that the Internet giant was secretly developing a Chinese search app for Android devices.”

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EU Migrant Crisis: Juncker Attacks Salvini in Furious Rant — ‘He is Not Helping Italy!’

EUROPEAN Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has hit out at Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini for criticising the EU over Rome’s migration crisis, insisting his attacks are “not helping Italy”.

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EU Migrant Crisis: Migrants Shun Calais as Focus Switches to Smaller French Ports

A number of migrants were pictured this week trying to board a truck at the fishing port of Ouistreham in the hope of sneaking past border control officers.

The migrants, of mostly African origin, camp out on roadside and nearby woodland areas due to authorities preventing the setting up of any camps.

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Germany: Stifling Dissent to Mass Migration

In Communist East Germany, truth-telling involved risks. The penalty for it was often loss of one’s professional career and social status, if not more. Today, challenging the state-approved narrative in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Germany can sometimes have similar consequences.

Germany’s intelligence chief now faces the risk of losing his job for contradicting Merkel over what took place at recent demonstrations in the eastern German city of Chemnitz.

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MEP: Hungary Has Been Condemned Because They Know That it Would Never Accept Pro-Migrant Policies

Members of the European Parliament in a vote on Wednesday approved the Sargentini report that finds the rule of law in Hungary wanting.

The report authored by Green MEP Judith Sargentini says there is a “clear risk” of a serious breach by Hungary of the values of the European Union and calls for the Article 7 procedure, which ultimately suspends a member state’s voting rights, to be opened.

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Polish Ruling Party MP Makes Clear His Country Doesn’t Want Muslim Migrants

Dominik Tarczynski, an MP of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party and Vice President of European Conservatives in Council of Europe suggests in an interview with France 24 that his country doesn’t want Muslim migrants.

The interview, which took place directly after the vote to impose sanctions on Hungary, was about the battle of values and the EU’s recommendations on Hungary.

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The Latest: 65 Migrants Rescued Off Southwestern Greece

BERLIN (AP) — The Latest on migrants and asylum-seekers in Europe (all times local):

3:15 p.m.

Greece’s coast guard says a search and rescue operation off the southwestern tip of Greece located a boat carrying 65 migrants, who have been transported on coast guard vessels to the nearest port.

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UC Boulder Labels “Illegal Alien” A “Problematic Phrase”

Authored by Grace Gottschling via Campus Reform

The University of Colorado-Boulder has removed the term “illegal aliens” from its library catalog in favor of “more ethical subject headings” to foster an “inclusive atmosphere.”

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French Book on Sex Education for Children, ‘Promotes’ White Women Having Babies With Arabs

Nathan is one of the few publishers in France which benefits from government contracts, so their books are read by almost all of France’s comprehensive school children.

Nathan has now published a sex education manual entitled “How to make babies?”. The 32-page book, which is written for children from 5 years of age, will be given to France’s state run kindergartens, with millions of children in attendance.

The book answers questions such as, “What is it like to be in love?”, “What does it mean to make love?”. As a typical example the book depicts a mixed-race couple, with a white woman and a man with Arab appearance, drawn on the pages to help children understand “how to make babies”.

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The Left Can’t Meme So They’ve Just Decided to Ban Memes Instead

Following studies that proved the political right was more successful at creating and spreading memes than the left, Facebook has announced it is developing a new AI algorithm that can detect and ban “offensive” memes.

It’s almost like there’s some kind of connection here.

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U.S. Theologian Predicts ‘#MeToo Movement About Homosexual Abuse in Seminaries’

A prominent U.S. theologian said this week that recent revelations about clergy sex abuse will ignite “a #MeToo movement about homosexual abuse” both in seminaries and among priests.

Janet Smith, a well-known author and theologian at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, said that although homosexual abuse in seminaries had been partially cleaned up, she fully expects “a #MeToo movement about homosexual abuse in seminaries in the past and in the priesthood both in the past and currently.”

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2 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/13/2018

  1. Degradation of the ECHR.
    The ECHR banned Russia from expelling Kyrgyz citizen Khamidullo Kambarov (ethnic Uzbek), who was denied refugee status because of his involvement in inter-ethnic clashes in the Kyrgyz city of the Osh. But Russia deported him, despite the ban.

    For the first time, the ECHR’s decision to ban the expulsion to Uzbekistan was violated by Russia against Olim Ochilov. In 2014, the court sentenced him to three years in prison on charges of involvement in the implementation of extremist activities.

    A year later, the Ministry of Justice recognized his being in Russia “undesirable”, after which the ECHR applied urgent measures and banned its deportation.

    https://www.novayagazeta.ru/news/2018/09/14/145062-iz-rossii-deportirovali-prosivshego-ubezhische-grazhdanina-kirgizii-vopreki-zapretu-espch-na-ego-vysylku

  2. The Catholic Church is now run by the Beast, with little doctrine, weak “leaders” and silly ideas for the future. It runs colleges that turn out heretics, with zero will to confront the chaos that is preached in all of its social work, often as a payee of some government boss. Anything for the filthy lucre. It now craves to surrender to Islam and is already half-Marxist. It’s Creed mocks what its leadership has done to it since Vatican II.

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