Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/16/2019

Eight people were killed today in street demonstrations in Bolivia. The demonstrators were supporters of deposed President Evo Morales, and were protesting the interim presidency of Jeanine Añez.

In other news, a refugee who botched a home remedy for enlarging his penis will be flown from New Guinea to Australia for treatment at taxpayers’ expense, as required by Australian law.

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Thanks to Dean, DV, JD, Reader from Chicago, SS, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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USA
» 1 Dead in Shooting in East Arlington Near High School
» 17-Year-Old Girl Fatally Stabbed in the Stomach in Queens
» AG Barr Blasts Democrats’ ‘Scorched-Earth Campaign’ To ‘Sabotage’ Trump Presidency
» Epstein’s Jail Guards Say No to Plea Deal
» Globalists Openly Admit to Population Control Agenda — and That’s a Bad Sign
» GOP Rep. Mark Green on Impeachment Hearings: ‘if This is Their Shock and Awe, I’M Yawning’
» Iowa Poll: Pete Buttigieg Rockets to the Top of the 2020 Field as a Clear Front-Runner
» Meghan McCain Faces Twitter Backlash for Telling Roger Stone to “Rot in Hell”
» US Election 2020: Obama Issues Warning to ‘Revolutionary’ Democrats
 
Canada
» Mark Steyn: “You People”— Who People?
 
Europe and the EU
» Bishop Named by Pope Francis to Investigate Child Sex Abuse
» Czech Anti-Government Protesters Mark Anniversary of Revolution
» France: ‘Exceptional’ Police Presence Expected for Yellow Vest One-Year Anniversary
» French Protesters Clash With Police on Anniversary of Yellow Vest Protests
» Hillary Clinton: Brexit is a ‘Problem’ of Democracy and UK is ‘On the Path to Fascism’
» Macron’s France: Thefts Up 59 Per Cent on Paris Metro to ‘Unequaled Level’
» One Year on, Majority of French Still Support Yellow Vests
» Prince Andrew Blinks 10 Times in 10 Seconds During Response to Question About Whether He Had Sex With Minor
» Robbery Victims Stripped of Clothes in New ‘Humiliation’ Method — Swedish Police
» Switzerland’s Plan to Stop Stockpiling Coffee Proves Hard to Swallow
» UK: Election Poll: Ben Habib Thinks Brexit Party Will Have 20 MPs — Do You Agree? Vote Here
 
Balkans
» France Unveils New Model EU Enlargement
 
Middle East
» At Least 1 Dead in Iran Protests Over Gas Prices
 
Far East
» Hong Kong Protests: Tension Returns to City After Peaceful Saturday With Stand-Off in Hung Hom
» New Species of Ancient Bird Found in Japan
» North Korea Attacks ‘Rabid Dog’ Joe Biden: ‘Must be Beaten to Death as Quickly as Possible’
» PLA Soldiers Sent Onto Streets of Hong Kong for First Time Since Protests Began — to Help Clear Roadblocks Near Kowloon Tong Garrison
» ‘Prison Flying Tigers’ Join Fight Against Hong Kong Protesters as 70 Special Constables Take to Streets for First Time
 
Australia — Pacific
» Revealed: Refugee Who Botched His DIY Penis Enlargement is Flown to Australia From Papua New Guinea to Undergo Reconstruction Surgery — And You Will Pay for it
 
Latin America
» 8 Killed in Bolivia as Protesters Call for Return of Ousted President Evo Morales
» Venezuela: Thousands Take to the Streets of Caracas for Rival Protests
 
Immigration
» ICE Announces Massive Increase in Arrests of Child Predators
» Number of Immigrants Who Become Canadian Citizens Dropping
» Sweden: Illegal Migrant Caught Working in Secure Area of Stockholm Airport
» Welsh Separatist Leader: Wales Should be Turned Into ‘Nation of Sanctuary’ For Refugees
 
Culture Wars
» Leftists Triggered by Santa’s Dutch Sidekick, ‘Black Pete’
» Liberals and the Moral Compass
» Sprite Argentina Ad Features Parents Helping Their Children Cross-Dress
» Thankful for Signs of Challenging Cultural Insanity
 

1 Dead in Shooting in East Arlington Near High School

ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — One person is dead after a shooting in a neighborhood in east Arlington Saturday evening, police say.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

17-Year-Old Girl Fatally Stabbed in the Stomach in Queens

Talasia Cuffie, of Long Island City, was stabbed in the stomach several times in front of a home on 166th Street, near 116th Avenue, police said.

[…]

No one had been arrested in connection with Cuffie’s death as of Saturday afternoon.

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

AG Barr Blasts Democrats’ ‘Scorched-Earth Campaign’ To ‘Sabotage’ Trump Presidency

Attorney General William Barr eviscerated the Democrats’ zealous coup efforts to undo the Trump presidency and “incapacitate” the executive branch.

During a Friday speech at the Federalist Society’s dinner in Washington, Barr called out the “resistance,” accusing them of attacking the very foundations of America and the Constitution.

“Immediately after President Trump won the election, opponents inaugurated what they called the ‘resistance’ and they rallied around an explicit strategy of using every tool and maneuver to sabotage the functioning of the executive branch and his administration,’ the Attorney General said.

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

Epstein’s Jail Guards Say No to Plea Deal

(NEWSER) — Federal prosecutors offered a plea deal to two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein on the night of his death, but the officers have declined the offer, people familiar with the matter tell the AP. The existence of the plea offer signals the Justice Department is considering criminal charges in connection with the wealthy financier’s death at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York in August. The city’s medical examiner ruled Epstein’s death a suicide. The guards on Epstein’s unit are suspected of failing to check on him every half hour, as required, and of fabricating log entries to show they had. As part of the proposed plea deal, prosecutors wanted the guards to admit they falsified the prison records, according to the people familiar with the matter.

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

Globalists Openly Admit to Population Control Agenda — and That’s a Bad Sign

Population control has also been brought up consistently as an issue in the 2020 Presidential Election race.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

GOP Rep. Mark Green on Impeachment Hearings: ‘if This is Their Shock and Awe, I’M Yawning’

While some in the media and on the Democratic side of the aisle are proclaiming “the end is nigh” regarding the Trump presidency and impeachment, Rep. Mark Green (R-TN) is having none of it.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Iowa Poll: Pete Buttigieg Rockets to the Top of the 2020 Field as a Clear Front-Runner

Pete Buttigieg has rocketed to the top of the latest Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom Iowa Poll in the latest reshuffling of the top tier of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

Since September, Buttigieg has risen 16 percentage points among Iowa’s likely Democratic caucusgoers, with 25% now saying he is their first choice for president. For the first time in the Register’s Iowa Poll, he bests rivals Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, who are now clustered in competition for second place and about 10 percentage points behind the South Bend, Indiana, mayor.

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

Meghan McCain Faces Twitter Backlash for Telling Roger Stone to “Rot in Hell”

Meghan McCain was hit with a Twitter backlash after she appeared to celebrate the potential prison death of Roger Stone by tweeting, “rot in hell.”

Stone was convicted on 7 counts in his federal trial yesterday and faces a jail sentence of up to 50 years. If hit with a term of anything more than 10 years, he is likely to die in prison.

“Rot in hell, Roger Stone,” tweeted McCain in response.

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

US Election 2020: Obama Issues Warning to ‘Revolutionary’ Democrats

Former US President Barack Obama has issued a warning to Democratic presidential candidates, cautioning them against policies that are not “rooted in reality”.

Mr Obama said Democrats risked alienating voters if they lurched too far to the left politically.

The former president, speaking at a fundraising event, said most voters didn’t want to “tear down the system.”

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

Mark Steyn: “You People”— Who People?

“Don’t any of you understand that WE are the Don Cherry’s of that narrative?”

I’ll take it further— WE are the ones the Social Justice Warrior (SJW) bullies want to cancel, silence, block, mock, deplatform, sideline, and falsely accuse until most of Canada is cowed under their power. I.E., the very kind of Hitlerian & Stalinist evils we fought in WW2 and the Cold War, come home to roost by totalitarians in our midst.

SJWs & their pestilential ideas are toxic & cancerous, in a home, business, office, or society. They must be pushed back against, shown no mercy, and put in their place. or else Don Cherry is just another head they collected, with all the rest of us in line to be beheaded. Start reading up now, and pass the word.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Bishop Named by Pope Francis to Investigate Child Sex Abuse

Bishop named by Pope Francis to investigate child sex abuse by clergy… has been accused of child sex abuse himself. Another stellar moment for the communist pope. By the time Francis is done, the Catholic Church will be a tiny remnant of its former self.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Czech Anti-Government Protesters Mark Anniversary of Revolution

At least 200,000 people have protested against the Czech government in the capital, Prague.

Demonstrators are calling for Prime Minister Andrej Babis to resign over allegations of fraud.

It is alleged Mr Babis used European Union subsidies for his private business — something he denies.

The protest was held on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, which ended communist rule in what was then Czechoslovakia.

[Comment: I bet the protestors are indirectly backed by Soros.]

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

France: ‘Exceptional’ Police Presence Expected for Yellow Vest One-Year Anniversary

French authorities in Paris are on high alert and will be on the streets of the capital in large numbers for the first anniversary of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) protests.

The expected show of force from the French government comes as the leaders of the Yellow Vests have called for at least 140 protests across the country to mark the year since the protests started last November, newspaper Le Parisien reports.

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

French Protesters Clash With Police on Anniversary of Yellow Vest Protests

French police detained dozens in Paris on Saturday as fierce clashes broke out in demonstrations marking the first anniversary of the yellow vest protest movement challenging President Emmanuel Macron’s policies.

Yellow vest protesters are staging nationwide demonstrations this weekend in a bid to prove their movement is still a force to be reckoned with, a year after the first giant demonstration on November 17, 2018.

Numbers attending the protests and levels of violence have sharply diminished in recent months from the height of the movement, which began on the back of frustration Macron was failing to address the needs of ordinary French.

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

Hillary Clinton: Brexit is a ‘Problem’ of Democracy and UK is ‘On the Path to Fascism’

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has waded into British politics for the second time this week, saying that Brexit is a symptom of ‘problems’ in democracies and that the United Kingdom is ‘on the path to fascism’.

Speaking at King’s College London, Hillary Clinton chimed in on UK politics again, claiming that female MPs who have quit after receiving online abuse from “hatemongers on the left or right” could lead Britain down an “authoritarian” path.

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

Macron’s France: Thefts Up 59 Per Cent on Paris Metro to ‘Unequaled Level’

A new report from the Ile-de-France Mobilite’s (IDFM) has claimed that theft offences have dramatically increased this year to “unequalled levels” across the Paris metro system.

Île-de-France Mobilite’s, the authority that controls the various transport companies in the Paris region, said that during the first ten months of this year there were 7,485 thefts compared to 4,721 during the same period in 2018, Le Figaro reports.

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

One Year on, Majority of French Still Support Yellow Vests

A year after the start of the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) movement, a new poll shows that 55 per cent of the French people still support the protestors.

The poll, released by Elabe, noted that just 29 per cent of French were against the movement, with another 15 per cent who said they had no opinion either way. The highest support comes from supporters of populist leader Marine Le Pen and far-left politician Jean-Luc Melenchon, Le Figaro reports.

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

Prince Andrew Blinks 10 Times in 10 Seconds During Response to Question About Whether He Had Sex With Minor

Prince Andrew blinked 10 times in 10 seconds during his response to a question about whether he had sex with an underage girl who had been trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein.

During a BBC interview, the Duke of York was asked about Virginia Giuffre, who was pictured with and claimed she had sex with Prince Andrew when she was 17-years-old.

“I have no recollection of ever meeting this lady, none whatsoever,” said the Duke.

“You don’t remember meeting her?” he was then asked.

“No,” responded Prince Andrew.

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

Robbery Victims Stripped of Clothes in New ‘Humiliation’ Method — Swedish Police

Victims left nearly naked after attacks.

[Comment: This is a globalist policy. Victims will not reports these crimes, likely committed by a certain group of people — thence the robbery stats will go down. So therefore, mass migration does not increase crime… QED…]

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Switzerland’s Plan to Stop Stockpiling Coffee Proves Hard to Swallow

The Swiss are nothing if not well-prepared. Theirs is a country with a nuclear bunker for every household, a country that tests its air raid sirens every year, and a country that, although one of the wealthiest in the world, stockpiles thousands of tonnes of goods in case of an emergency — including coffee.

But when the Swiss government proposed ending the stockpiling of coffee earlier this year, the plan was met with fierce resistance.

The drink, low in calories and with little nutritional value, did not belong, the government said, on the “essential to life” list.

But this led to a public outcry. The Swiss are among the world’s biggest drinkers of coffee, and many, it seems, do regard it as “essential”. Faced with such a public response, the government said it would reconsider.

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

UK: Election Poll: Ben Habib Thinks Brexit Party Will Have 20 MPs — Do You Agree? Vote Here

BEN HABIB insisted he will be surprised if the Brexit Party does not win “at least five” seats in the upcoming election, before adding he hopes his party will win 20 seats. But do you think the Brexit Party will win 20 seats?

The MEP said that “with the benefit of hindsight” his party maybe should not have pulled 317 candidates from the General Election. Leader Nigel Farage initially suggested that his party would target every seat in the UK. But he faced pressure in the run-up to the close of nominations on Thursday to stand down Brexit Party candidates in all but a few constituencies to avoid splitting the pro-Leave vote. Mr Farage had already said they would not contest the 317 seats which the Conservatives had won in the 2017 election.

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

France Unveils New Model EU Enlargement

Western Balkan countries should still become EU members, but via a new, step-by-step process, France has said.

The “gradual association” idea was the basis for a “reformed approach to the [EU] accession process”, set out in an informal, six-page paper circulated to EU diplomats by France on Friday (15 November) and seen by EUobserver.

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

At Least 1 Dead in Iran Protests Over Gas Prices

At least one person was killed in the central Iran city of Sirjan Saturday amid violent protests following the theocratic government’s announcement that it would raise gas prices by 50 percent to fund handouts for the country’s poor.

Protestors flocked to the streets in more than a dozen cities after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced the price increase at midnight Thursday. Demonstrators abandoned cars in traffic and blocked streets in major cities, even as the first snowfall of the season persisted.

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

Hong Kong Protests: Tension Returns to City After Peaceful Saturday With Stand-Off in Hung Hom

Tensions have again flared in Hong Kong after the city had enjoyed an otherwise peaceful Saturday, off the back of five straight days of violence, chaos and traffic disruption.

At about 10.15pm, dozens of riot police closed in on the Polytechnic University campus in Hung Hom, clearing roadblocks along Chatham Road South.

The university is the protesters’ last stronghold after they retreated from Chinese University on Friday night, ending a four-day occupation of the Sha Tin campus.

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

New Species of Ancient Bird Found in Japan

The origin of birds is always an exciting topic for paleontologists, ornithologists, or simply those who are into birds. Recent studies show that they are the direct descendants of avian dinosaurs like T.rex, and researchers would often analyze where the split between modern birds and their reptilian ancestors happened.

The very first known ‘bird’ is the Archaeopteryx: winged and long-tailed, and very much feathered. It is known as the oldest bird living between 160 million to 140 million years ago during the Jurassic period. This species of dinosaur is also able to fly, making it an important species for the understanding of the origin of birds.

It is not until recently that paleontologists in Japan found the fossilized remains of a 120-million-year-old flying dinosaur that could be the predecessor to the Archaeopteryx.

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

North Korea Attacks ‘Rabid Dog’ Joe Biden: ‘Must be Beaten to Death as Quickly as Possible’

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, “must be beaten to death with a stick as quickly as possible” in a move that can only be “beneficial for the U.S.”, North Korea pronounced Friday morning.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

PLA Soldiers Sent Onto Streets of Hong Kong for First Time Since Protests Began — to Help Clear Roadblocks Near Kowloon Tong Garrison

Chinese soldiers marched out of their barracks for the first time in more than five months of civil unrest in Hong Kong to help clear roadblocks and debris left by radical protesters.

Unarmed and dressed in plain clothes, about 50 soldiers in two neatly arrayed files strode out of the Kowloon East barracks at about 4pm. They immediately began to clear Renfrew Road, which the barracks share with Baptist University’s campus.

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

‘Prison Flying Tigers’ Join Fight Against Hong Kong Protesters as 70 Special Constables Take to Streets for First Time

A group of elite officers nicknamed the “prison flying tigers” became the first batch of special constables to report to duty with Hong Kong police on Saturday, and were immediately deployed to guard important government buildings.

The Post has been told 70 members of the Correctional Services Department’s regional response team have been pressed into service by an embattled police force struggling to combat the increasingly radical anti-government protesters.

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

Revealed: Refugee Who Botched His DIY Penis Enlargement is Flown to Australia From Papua New Guinea to Undergo Reconstruction Surgery — And You Will Pay for it

The man injected his penis with palm oil and suffered symptoms including swelling and limited function, and was brought to Australia for treatment under controversial medevac laws.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

8 Killed in Bolivia as Protesters Call for Return of Ousted President Evo Morales

At least eight people were killed and dozens injured in the Bolivian city of Sacaba on Friday, after security forces fired on supporters of ousted president Evo Morales, according to the Associated Press.

With tensions running high following Morales’ resignation last Sunday, demonstrators took to the streets to decry the nation’s interim president, Jeanine Añez. The protesters, made up largely of members of Bolivia’s indigenous population, view Añez’s rule as illegitimate and are calling for Morales to return. The former president has been granted asylum in Mexico.

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

Venezuela: Thousands Take to the Streets of Caracas for Rival Protests

Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido led thousands of his supporters through the streets of the country’s capital on Saturday to demand the departure of President Nicolas Maduro.

In a speech, Guaido called on his supporters to remain in the streets in the upcoming days, reminding them how civilian action ousted Bolivia’s Evo Morales only six days before.

In other parts of the city, Maduro supporters wearing red shirts prepared for a scheduled rally at the presidential palace in the center of Caracas. Maduro’s socialist party also called upon its members to protest in solidarity with his ally Morales, who currently resides in exile in Mexico.

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

ICE Announces Massive Increase in Arrests of Child Predators

Over 3,500 sexual offenders removed in FY 2019.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Number of Immigrants Who Become Canadian Citizens Dropping

According to a new study by Statistics Canada this week, the number of immigrants who go all the way to becoming Canadian citizens has dropped significantly. But the bigger picture is more complicated than it seems.

“There are a number of factors that created the decline,” former director-general with Immigration Canada, Andrew Griffith, told CBC.

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

Sweden: Illegal Migrant Caught Working in Secure Area of Stockholm Airport

Swedish police arrested an illegal migrant this week after it was found he had been working in the secure area of Stockholm’s Arlanda airport despite having a deportation order.

The migrant, who worked as an aircraft mechanic, was taken into custody during a security check after working in the secure section of the airport, despite only having a tourist visa, Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet reports.

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

Welsh Separatist Leader: Wales Should be Turned Into ‘Nation of Sanctuary’ For Refugees

Liz Saville Roberts, who leads the Welsh separatist party Plaid Cymru in Britain’s House of Commons, has called for her small country to become a “nation of sanctuary” for the world’s refugees.

“We live on an island of Britain,” the London-born ex-teacher told a BBC Question Time audience.

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

Leftists Triggered by Santa’s Dutch Sidekick, ‘Black Pete’

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch version of St. Nicholas is due to arrive in the Netherlands in an annual children´s party that has become the backdrop for increasingly acrimonious confrontations between supporters and opponents of his sidekick, Black Pete.

White people often don blackface makeup to play the character. Opponents say such depictions promote racist stereotypes, while supporters defend the helper of Sinterklaas, the white-bearded, red-robed Dutch version of St. Nicholas, as a traditional children’s character.

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

Liberals and the Moral Compass

Can a modern liberal have a moral compass? The answer is both “yes” and “no.” It depends on what you think a moral compass is.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Sprite Argentina Ad Features Parents Helping Their Children Cross-Dress

Sprite Argentina (owned by The Coca-Cola Company) recently released on its social media platforms an ad titled Orgullo (translated to Pride) which depicts several scenarios involving parents and their gender dysphoric children dressing up as the opposite sex. Set to the emotional song You’ll Never Walk Alone, the ad depicts the premature sexualization of children as a wholesome family activity.

Here are some of the key scenes:…

The gender-blurring agenda has been identified on this site several years ago and it keeps getting stronger. We know that there’s an “agenda” (which means “an underlying often ideological plan or program”) going on because:

1. It is over-represented in mass media 2. It is pushed by powerful actors 3. It targets minors (and their parents) intentionally.

Here are some recent examples:…

If you believe that global corporations such as Coca-Cola create social ads because “they care”, you are dead wrong. They don’t. They are pushing an agenda that was precisely calculated and thought-out by powerful think tanks to shape and mold a new generation. What they are actually looking for is confusion, anxiety, insecurity and a general feeling of disconnection towards everything that is real. And they are succeeding.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Thankful for Signs of Challenging Cultural Insanity

Young people are extremely aware of and fed up with Hollywood’s obsession with cramming SJW and LGBT down their throats.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

4 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/16/2019

  1. Recently, I posted a post on “reverse colonization of France” in my group on social networks. Some Muslim woman appeared there, who started shouting “Islamophobia, lies” and started posting photos from the last march in Paris “against racism and Islamophobia”.

    As a person living in Russia, I can definitely say that such marches in our country are possible only in the Muslim republics of the North Caucasus and partially in the Volga region.

    Well, even through an administrative resource they can bring out dull women – state employees (state slaves).

    Why do people go on marches in France? Do they go out themselves or are they forced?

    Once upon a time I read a book by the famous Czech author Milan Kundera (I don’t remember the name of the book), his hero from Czechoslovakia could not understand all these protesters in France. He was tired of all these forced rallies at home.

  2. I read these two news today.

    http://ibloga.blogspot.com/2019/11/video-uk-police-arrest-counterjihad.html

    https://www.fahrenheit211.net/2019/11/17/update-on-arrest-of-uk-blogger-fahrenheit211-for-hate-speech-17th-november-2019/

    I have been reading this Fahrenheit 211 blog for a long time – the information is presented correctly enough.

    This is a very bad sign. I’m afraid that nothing can be returned back. Either you all need to organize a guerrilla war together, or total submission awaits you.

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