Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/26/2019

Last week a woman assaulted a man wearing a MAGA hat in a Mexican restaurant. This week she was arrested by ICE agents: it turns out she is an illegal alien.

In other news, in response to last week’s terror attack in India that killed at least 40 soldiers, Indian air force jets struck terrorist camps across the border in Pakistan.

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USA
» Amtrak Train With 183 People on Board Has Been Stranded in Oregon Snow for 36 Hours
» DOJ Prevented FBI From Pursuing Gross Negligence Charges Against Clinton
» Exclusive: Update on Assault Against Conservative at UC-Berkeley
» FCA to Invest 4.5 Bn in Michigan, New Detroit Plant
» Green New Deal Will Cost $93 Trillion, Says Think Tank
» ‘Superhubble’ Could Discover 1,400 New Planets: NASA Telescope Due to Launch by 2025 Can Better Spot Worlds Outside Our Solar System Thanks to a Quirk of Physics Discovered by Einstein
» URI Shark Researcher Names New Species of Deep-Sea Shark After Daughter
» YouTube Deplatforms Retired Navy Seal Who Exposed Tribal Elder Nathan Phillips’ Stolen Valor
 
Canada
» Saskatchewan Scientists Solve Mystery and Discover New Insect Species in Canola Crops
 
Europe and the EU
» Belgium: Muslim Man Kills Wife After She Admonished Him for Selling Pork
» Ex-Breitbart Editor Kassam Caught in Facebook Right-Wing Account Bans
» Italy: Amazon Drivers on Strike in Lombardy, Deliveries Halted
» Italy: League Queries Santoro ‘Hiring’ By RAI2, But ‘No Deal Yet’
» Italy: Fincantieri Hopeful Over Chantiers De l’Atlantique Takeover
» Pope Francis Offers Environmental Message for Lent 2019
» Report: May Tells Merkel She Will Not Delay Brexit Beyond March 29th
» Tommy Robinson Upstages “Radical Far Left” BBC Hit Piece; Gets Immediate Facebook Ban
» UK: Labour Brexiteer: Leave Voters Will ‘Punish’ Corbyn at the Polls, Will Not Accept Second Referendum
 
South Asia
» Indian Jets Bomb Targets in Pakistan — Pakistani Airforce Scrambles in Response
» India Bombs Pakistan, Targeting Terrorist Camps in Cross-Border Air Raids; Pakistan Vows Retaliation
 
Far East
» Kim Stopped in China for “Supreme Smoke Break” During 2,500-Mile Train Trip to Hanoi
 
Latin America
» Angry About Video of Starving Venezuelans, Maduro Detains Jorge Ramos
» Venezuelan Lawmaker Freddy Superlano Poisoned in Colombia
 
Immigration
» Bosnia Police Detain 3 People Smugglers, Find 19 Migrants
» German Pensioner Forced to Move From Flat to Make Room for Middle Eastern Migrants
» ICE Arrests Woman in Viral MAGA Hat Attack for Being in Country Illegally
» Italy: Priest Switches Rectory to Flee Migrants’ Pleas
» UK: Migrants ‘Don’t Fear’ Deportation Due to ‘Low Risk’ Of Return, Says Crime Chief
» Vatican Denounces Worldwide ‘Wave of Xenophobia’
 
Culture Wars
» Anti-White, Anti-Male, Anti-Christian Curriculum Faces Lawsuit in California
» Rotten Tomatoes Censors “Non-Constructive Input” After Girl-Power Superhero Movie Panned by “Trolls”
 

Amtrak Train With 183 People on Board Has Been Stranded in Oregon Snow for 36 Hours

An Amtrak train bound for Los Angeles from Seattle has been marooned on a snowy Oregon railway for more than 36 hours. The train collided with a fallen tree on Sunday evening and got stuck.

Despite the harrowing circumstances—a finite supply of food, limited cellphone service, cramped quarters, and a dreary winter landscape on all sides—the atmosphere in the train has been surprisingly festive, reports CNN. Strangers have been making friends and even dancing in the aisles. Free food provided by Amtrak has been served by crew members eager to help maintain the chipper morale. But the cheerful vibes might soon vanish: Passengers were informed on Tuesday morning that breakfast would be their last meal.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

DOJ Prevented FBI From Pursuing Gross Negligence Charges Against Clinton

Early in the Hillary Clinton email case, the Department of Justice reached a decision that would have far-reaching implications in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server.

The Justice Department (DOJ), under then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, decided to set an unusually high threshold for prosecution of Clinton, effectively ensuring from the outset that she would not be charged.

In order for Clinton to be prosecuted, the DOJ required the FBI to establish evidence of intent—even though the gross negligence statute explicitly does not require this.

This meant that the FBI would have needed to find a smoking gun, such as an email or an admission made during FBI questioning, revealing Clinton or her aides knowingly set up the private email server to send classified information.

Hillary Clinton was famously exonerated by FBI Director James Comey in a July 5, 2016, press conference, which immediately became the subject of controversy.

Notably, Comey had been convinced to remove the term “gross negligence” to describe Clinton’s actions from his prepared statement by, among others, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, FBI agent Peter Strzok, senior legal counsel Trisha Anderson, and FBI analyst Jonathan Moffa.

Because of Comey’s statement, many have mistakenly concluded that the FBI acted independently from DOJ influence in their investigation of Clinton. Congressional testimonies by high ranking FBI officials involved in the investigation reveal, however, that this was not the case.

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           — Hat tip: Dora [Return to headlines]
 

Exclusive: Update on Assault Against Conservative at UC-Berkeley

The University of California-Berkeley told Campus Reform Tuesday that it is seeking a felony arrest warrant from the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office as a result of its investigation into the Feb. 19 assault against Leadership Institute Field Representative Hayden Williams.

Williams is a field representative for the Leadership Institute, which is the parent organization of Campus Reform.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

FCA to Invest 4.5 Bn in Michigan, New Detroit Plant

To boost Jeep and Ram, almost 6,500 new jobs

(ANSA) — Turin, February 26 — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is to spend 4.5 billion dollars to build a new plant in Detroit and boost the output of five existing plants creating almost 6,500 jobs, the Italo-American carmaker said Tuesday.

The investments will boost the growth of the Jeep and Ram marques and the electrification of Jeep vehicles, it said.

The amount of investments made by FCA in the US since 2009 this rises to almost 14.5 billion dollars with the creation of almost 30,000 jobs.

“Three years ago, FCA set a course to grow our profitability based on the strength of the Jeep and Ram brands by realigning our U.S. manufacturing operations,” said Mike Manley, FCA’s Chief Executive Officer.

“Today’s announcement represents the next step in that strategy. It allows Jeep to enter two white space segments that offer significant margin opportunities and will enable new electrified Jeep products, including at least four plug-in hybrid vehicles and the flexibility to produce fully battery electric vehicles.” The city of Detroit has 60 days to meet the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding, which requires the acquisition of property critical to the execution of the Mack project. The additional investments are subject to the successful negotiation and final approval of development packages with the state and other local governments.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Green New Deal Will Cost $93 Trillion, Says Think Tank

The Green New Deal (GND) being pushed by far-left Democrats such as New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could cost the country as much as $93 trillion — that’s $653,000 per household — over a decade, according to a new report from the American Action Forum (AAF).

The think tank, headed by former Congressional Budget Office director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, examined the GND’s plans to reshape American society and came up with cost estimates for those proposals that can be quantified at this time.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

‘Superhubble’ Could Discover 1,400 New Planets: NASA Telescope Due to Launch by 2025 Can Better Spot Worlds Outside Our Solar System Thanks to a Quirk of Physics Discovered by Einstein

NASA’s next ‘flagship mission’ into space could find as many as 1,400 new planets using a telescope 100 times more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope.

The mission is costing the space agency £2.45 billion ($3.25 bn) and will deploy a (WFIRST) that can produce the clearest image of the Universe to date.

The mission will continue the work of its predecessor telescope the Kepler, that found more than 2,600 planets outside our solar system before its mission ended last October.

The mission is currently still at planning stage but is still scheduled to launch in mid 2020, says Nasa.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

URI Shark Researcher Names New Species of Deep-Sea Shark After Daughter

KINGSTON, R.I. — February 26, 2019 — University of Rhode Island shark researcher Bradley Wetherbee is best known for his studies of mako sharks, the fastest swimming sharks in the world. But when it came to identifying and describing a new species of shark, the process was anything but fast.

It took Wetherbee and his colleagues nearly 30 years to reveal that a group of lantern sharks inadvertently captured in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands were a new species.

Wetherbee named the shark Laila’s lantern shark (Etmopterus lailae) after his 17-year-old daughter, Laila Mostello-Wetherbee. They live in Lincoln.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

YouTube Deplatforms Retired Navy Seal Who Exposed Tribal Elder Nathan Phillips’ Stolen Valor

YouTube last week deplatformed a YouTube channel that specialized in exposing Stolen Valor cases. “Stolen Valor,” of course, refers to cases where dishonorable pretenders are caught making fraudulent claims of military honors they didn’t earn. Retired Navy Seal Don Shipley has made it his life’s mission to expose these shameless charlatans. His channel had 232,806 subscribers at the time it was taken down and had been in operation since around 2008.

He told PJ Media that he thinks his channel was taken down because he had “outed Nathan Phillips,” who had “masqueraded as a Vietnam Vet.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Saskatchewan Scientists Solve Mystery and Discover New Insect Species in Canola Crops

Call it human nature but many of us have a fascination with the unknown.

It’s something we marvel over, as new and wonderful things continue to be discovered all over the planet.

Recently, a scientific mystery was solved by a researcher in Saskatoon who realized he had uncovered an entirely new species of insect as a result.

“We added a new species to the list,” said Dr. Boyd Mori, with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

“For people in Saskatchewan, it might be disheartened because it was found on canola but so far it’s not causing very much damage.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Belgium: Muslim Man Kills Wife After She Admonished Him for Selling Pork

Belgian Muslim Mokhtar Ammari has admitted to murdering his wife after she admonished him for selling pork.

The murder occurred at night between the 10th and 11th of February following a heated argument between Ammarti and his 48-year-old wife Fatima Khayer, Sud Info reports.

The man claimed that during the argument the victim had berated him for selling pork products in his shop and that the conflict escalated to the point where he pulled out a knife and stabbed her to death.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Ex-Breitbart Editor Kassam Caught in Facebook Right-Wing Account Bans

The personal Facebook account of former Breitbart London editor Raheem Kassam was suspended overnight Monday, leaving him unable to administer his accounts at the same time the social media network totally banned English right-wing campaigner Tommy Robinson from their platforms.

Kassam, who edited Breitbart London until May 2018 and is now a fellow at the Claremont Institute, saw his ban picked up by Donald Trump Junior, the son of the President of the United States, who took to Twitter to cast doubts on the motives behind the apparent censorship.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: Amazon Drivers on Strike in Lombardy, Deliveries Halted

Little impact says company, strike backed by unions

(ANSA) — Rome, February 26 — Some 700 contracted delivery personnel for Amazon in the Lombardy region went on strike on Tuesday to protest working conditions. The company said that the strike had not affected it much. Trade unions supported the strike and the workers’ demonstration under the company offices in Piazza 25 Aprile in Milan. The company noted that it had asked suppliers to comply with the Amazon Code of Conduct and to “ensure that drivers receive fair compensation, that they are treated with respect, that all regulations are followed and that they drive safely”.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: League Queries Santoro ‘Hiring’ By RAI2, But ‘No Deal Yet’

‘Pair met but no concrete deal’ says channel

(ANSA) — Rome, February 26 — The League party on Tuesday queried journalist Michele Santoro’s possible hiring by State broadcaster RAI’s Rai2 channel under new director Carlo Freccero.

League members of the parliamentary RAI watchdog asked the State broadcaster to confirm or deny reports that Santoro would set up a new version of his ‘Popolo Sovrano’ (Sovereign People) talk show.

They also asked RAI to say how much Santoro would be paid.

Rai2 said that Freccero had seen Santoro but no “concrete deals” had been made.

Freccero burnished his reputation at Rai2 20 years ago while Santoro earned early plaudits even earlier with shows on the then left-leaning Rai3.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: Fincantieri Hopeful Over Chantiers De l’Atlantique Takeover

We’ll create the Airbus of the seas says Bono

(ANSA) — Trieste, February 26 — Fincantieri CEO Giuseppe Bono said Tuesday that he was hopeful the Italian group’s takeover of French shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique will happen. The European Commission has opened a probe after France and Germany had asked it to look into whether the takeover could harm competition on the shipbuilding market.

“We will work with the EU to configure the acquisition and accelerate the process, which we are confident will come to a positive conclusion,” Bono said in a conference call with analysts.

“We are confident that our arguments will be given the just consideration and this will enable us to create the Airbus of the seas”.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Pope Francis Offers Environmental Message for Lent 2019

Pope Francis has chosen an ecological theme for his annual Lenten message, depicting the Christian call to spiritual conversion against the backdrop of the environment.

“When we live as children of God,” the pope states in his 1200-word message, “we also benefit creation by cooperating in its redemption. That is why Saint Paul says that creation eagerly longs for the revelation of the children of God.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Report: May Tells Merkel She Will Not Delay Brexit Beyond March 29th

British prime minister Theresa May has reportedly told Germany’s Angela Merkel that she will not delay Brexit beyond March 29th.

The United Kingdom is currently on course to leave the European Union on clean, No Deal terms on March 29th, as the Mrs May’s proposed Withdrawal Agreement with the bloc has been rejected by Parliament, and the date has been enshrined as exit day by the EU Withdrawal Act.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Tommy Robinson Upstages “Radical Far Left” BBC Hit Piece; Gets Immediate Facebook Ban

Days after UK conservative activist Tommy Robinson upstaged an upcoming BBC “hit piece” on him with his own documentary, Facebook banned him from their platform — including Instagram, after a BBC contributor contacted them.

Robinson’s hour-long Exposé, Panodrama, features undercover footage of BBC journalist John Sweeney making racist and classist statements, and reveals how the BBC collaborated with a “radical far left” organization, HOPE not Hate (funded in part by George Soros) to take Robinson down.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Labour Brexiteer: Leave Voters Will ‘Punish’ Corbyn at the Polls, Will Not Accept Second Referendum

A Labour Brexiteer has warned Jeremy Corbyn’s U-turn on respecting the outcome of the 2016 referendum is “total nonsense” and will see the party punished by voters, particularly in the north and Midlands of England, which would rob Mr Corbyn of the chance to become prime minister.

John Mann, Labour MP for Bassetlaw in England’s East Midlands region — part of a belt of traditionally left-wing voting areas that stretches out from Liverpool and Manchester to Hull — has warned that by reneging on his manifesto promise to respect the outcome of the United Kingdom’s 2016 referendum to leave the European Union, he risked becoming the next Nick Clegg.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Indian Jets Bomb Targets in Pakistan — Pakistani Airforce Scrambles in Response

INDIAN warplanes have bombed suspected militant camps inside Pakistan, following a suicide attack which killed at least 40 paramilitary soldiers last week, according to the country’s military.

           — Hat tip: Vlad Tepes [Return to headlines]
 

India Bombs Pakistan, Targeting Terrorist Camps in Cross-Border Air Raids; Pakistan Vows Retaliation

With most of the world distracted by President Trump’s second summit meeting with Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, tensions between two nuclear-armed powers flared roughly 2,000 miles West in the contested border region of Kashmir.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Kim Stopped in China for “Supreme Smoke Break” During 2,500-Mile Train Trip to Hanoi

Call it the “Supreme Smoke Break”.

An anonymous cameraman managed to film the North Korean leader — who is rarely spotted in public other than highly-choreographed official appearances — taking a smoke break on a platform at the Nanning rail station in south central China during a break in the 2,500-mile journey. The journey ultimately took more than two days (by comparison, a flight would have lasted several hours).

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Angry About Video of Starving Venezuelans, Maduro Detains Jorge Ramos

Venezuela’s dictator detained Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, an American citizen, for hours Monday after Nicolas Maduro was angered by the journalist playing a video of Venezuelans forced to find food in the garbage.

Univision said Maduro agreed to a sit-down interview last week; Ramos, who lives in Miami, and five crew members met the embattled leader at Miraflores Palace on Monday afternoon.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Venezuelan Lawmaker Freddy Superlano Poisoned in Colombia

Venezuelan lawmaker Freddy Superlano, a member of the opposition party, is in serious but stable condition after being poisoned in Colombia, his party says. His cousin has passed away.

Voluntad Popular, the party of opposition leader Juan Guaidó, said late on Saturday that Superlano was poisoned at a restaurant in Cúcuta, a city near the border with Venezuela. His assistant and cousin, Carlos Salinas, died.

Superlano and Salinas were said to have been poisoned with Burundanga, which is also known as hyoscine or scopolamine. The drug is used to treat motion sickness and other conditions, but it has also been used in robberies and sexual assaults, leading to the nickname “Devil’s Breath.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Bosnia Police Detain 3 People Smugglers, Find 19 Migrants

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Bosnian police say they have detained three people at two separate locations on suspicion of attempting to smuggle 19 migrants through the Balkan country.

A statement on Tuesday says two suspected people smugglers were detained in area of Tuzla, in central Bosnia, with twelve migrants from Iraq, Iran and Pakistan.

In a separate action, police say they detained one person Monday and prevented the illegal transfer of seven Turkish citizens from Bosnia to neighboring European Union member state Croatia.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

German Pensioner Forced to Move From Flat to Make Room for Middle Eastern Migrants

Klaus Roth, a 74-old senior social worker who helped with Germany’s migrant influx in 2015 must move out of the flat he has lived in for 24 years to make room for Middle Eastern migrants.

A 1990s court ruling allows German municipalities to evict tenants to accommodate refugees if other options are exhausted.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

ICE Arrests Woman in Viral MAGA Hat Attack for Being in Country Illegally

A 41-year-old woman who assaulted a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) hat last Monday inside a Massachussetts Mexican Restaurant was arrested Tuesday morning by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

Police say 41-year-old Rosiane Santos knocked the MAGA hat off the head of 23-year-old Bryton Turner as she was walking past him, only to return and verbally confront him.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: Priest Switches Rectory to Flee Migrants’ Pleas

Near Padua

(ANSA) — Padua, February 26 — A northern Italian village priest has moved to a new rectory to escape the “insistent” pleas of migrants.

“The coming and going of foreigners who insistently ask for help robs me of serenity and peace in moments of possible rest,” Father Marco Scattolon, parish priest at Rustega, a hamlet in Camposampiero near Padua, told local daily Il Gazzettino.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Migrants ‘Don’t Fear’ Deportation Due to ‘Low Risk’ Of Return, Says Crime Chief

A National Crime Agency (NCA) chief has said that Iranian boat migrants are keen to be picked up by UK authorities after crossing the English Channel because they know there is a low chance of them being deported.

Director General of Operations Steve Rodhouse outlined to MPs at the Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday that some 500 migrant arrivals by boat from coastal Europe to Kent in the last year represents a “very different model compared to organised immigration crime.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Vatican Denounces Worldwide ‘Wave of Xenophobia’

The Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano decried a new global wave of “xenophobia, racism, and intolerance” Monday in its ongoing push for greater openness to migrants.

Citing United Nations general secretary António Guterres, the Vatican paper said that human rights are “losing ground all over the world.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Anti-White, Anti-Male, Anti-Christian Curriculum Faces Lawsuit in California

In his Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Paulo Freire, an avowed Marxist, dismissed arguments that curriculum in the public schools be balanced, contending that there really is no such thing as a neutral educational system. Instead, schools should be a tool to make students into agents of social change.

Along with the indoctrination pervasive in the liberal mainstream media, the popular culture of “entertainment,” and college campuses, this attempt to radicalize the young begins in the early grades.

A prime example is found in Santa Barbara, California, where parents have opted to sue Just Communities, which they contend is a left-wing hate group promoting anti-white, anti-male, and anti-Christian propaganda in the Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD). The parents have formed a nonprofit organization, Fair Education Santa Barbara (FESB), to fight the curriculum in federal court, arguing that it is “radical, discriminatory, and illegal.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Rotten Tomatoes Censors “Non-Constructive Input” After Girl-Power Superhero Movie Panned by “Trolls”

The popular movie review website Rotten Tomatoes has decided to help Hollywood’s sagging box-office numbers by banning user comments before films premiere in theatres. The site has also tweaked the polling system it uses to gauge interest in upcoming releases. The move comes in response to users bashing the latest girl-power superhero movie, Captain Marvel, which has been widely panned prior to its March 8th release.

Captain Marvel star Brie Larson came under fire after telling Marie Claire that she would like to see fewer white male critics reviewing her films. Following Larson’s comments, box office projections for Captain Marvel dropped approximately 28%, while the Rotten Tomatoes comments section blew up — resulting in the new site-wide changes.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

11 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/26/2019

  1. “The coming and going of foreigners who insistently ask for help robs me of serenity and peace in moments of possible rest,” Father Marco Scattolon, parish priest at Rustega, a hamlet in Camposampiero near Padua, told local daily Il Gazzettino.” I wonder if this is another form of jihad, driving the local shepherd mad and preventing him from helping his flock by taking up all of his time? I bet they complained about nonsensical things, too. Like that woman that didn’t like the rice she was given to cook.

  2. Youtube, Facebook, Rotten Tomatoes, Irish Central…endless censorship if one disagrees fairly with their agenda. Ill winds.

  3. Tajikistan is the main supplier of labor migrants to Russia. With this country visa-free regime.
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    https://comments.ua/world/652179-v-tadzhikistane-nachalas-gosudarstvennaya.html
    Boys state circumcision campaign starts in Tajikistan

    The procedure is mandatory.

    A state campaign has begun in Tajikistan to control the obligatory circumcision of the boys’ flesh, Ferghana reports.

    Doctors told reporters that they had to make lists of uncircumcised boys, go home and invite them to the hospital with their parents. If the child is not older than one year, the operation and tests are done free of charge.

    Polyclinics in the cities of Tajikistan are equipped with special cabinets for circumcision. In total, there are 586 such offices. In the villages, an operation can be carried out in the medical points. In some medical institutions, physicians are required to complete the plan and control the number of operations.

      • Did you understand anything? This problem has been open for a century. I solve it by proving that there are no solutions. The object that they are searching for does not exist. Moreover, I have pinpointed the source of problems at Coulomb potential. I already have a substitute for it, calculated mathematically, and am proceeding to solve it.

        • Congratulations.I tried to read it Ilia…My head was spinning a couple of times and then I fainted.
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    • I am always amazed by the abilities of those such as yourself with powerful mathematical minds. You have my admiration

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