Gates of Vienna News Feed 5/22/2020

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that next week his government will relinquish the emergency powers granted it by parliament due to the coronavirus crisis. Meanwhile, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that all restrictions on youth activities in the state are to be lifted, effective immediately. Also, a Michigan judge ruled in favor of the 77-year-old barber who reopened his shop in violation of the lockdown rules. However, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that her stay-at-home executive order will be extended through July 12.

In other news, in local elections in the Valley of Virginia, control of the city councils of Staunton and Waynesboro flipped from Democrat to Republican, due to a high turnout of Republican voters in response to Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam’s gun control measures.

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

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Financial Crisis
» Hertz Preparing to File for Bankruptcy as Soon as Friday Night— WSJ
» Is the President an “Essential” Worker?
» More Than Half of Australians Are on the Government Payroll After Millions Lost Their Jobs or Needed to be Kept Afloat by Jobkeeper Payments
 
USA
» Biden: 1 Thing People in Jail Have in Common is They “Can’t Read”
» Biden: “If You Have a Problem Figuring Out Whether You’re for Me or Trump, Then You Ain’t Black”
» Breaking: FBI Says They’re Reviewing Michael Flynn Case After Evidence of Gross Misconduct Exposed
» California Doctors Say They’ve Seen More Deaths From Suicide Than Coronavirus Since Lockdowns
» Chicago Businessman to Pay $500 Fines Issued to 3 Churches Violating Stay-at-Home Order
» Florida Man Friday: Battle of Corona vs. Coronavirus
» Gov. DeSantis: State-Issued Restrictions Lifted on All Youth Activities in Florida
» Gov. Whitmer Extends Michigan’s Stay-at-Home Order Again
» Hot Take: Republicans Want to Reopen the Country Because They Believe in the Afterlife Which Makes Them Devalue Actual Life
» Illinois Construction Workers Traveling to Wisconsin to Work on Pritzker’s Farm Amid Stay-at-Home Order
» Joe Biden Calls for Decriminalization of All Drugs
» Judge Dismisses OAN’s $10m Defamation Lawsuit Against Rachel Maddow, MSNBC
» Judge Positively Scorches Ohio Health Director for ‘Criminalizing’ Gyms— and it’s Glorious
» Man Arrested After Video Surfaces of Him Beating Up Elderly Nursing Home Patient
» Michigan Judge Rules in Favor of Barber, Allows Him to Stay Open Despite Lockdown
» Nursing Home Abuser Made Video Asserting “Black People Are Supposed to Rule the Earth”
» Philadelphia Election Official Pleads Guilty to Stuffing Ballots in Return for Bribes
» Republican Sen. Tim Scott Blasts Biden for Saying “You Ain’t Black” If You Vote for Trump
» Senator Amy Klobuchar Reluctantly Admits Hydroxychloroquine Saved Her Husband’s Life
» September COVID-19 Vaccine, The Riskiest in History?
» Trump Declares Churches “Essential, “ Says Must be Allowed to Open “Right Now” Or He Will Override Governors
» Trump Campaign Calls Biden’s Remarks About Black People “Racist and Dehumanizing”
» University of California Will Stop Using SAT, ACT
» VA Democrat City Councils Flip to GOP in Response to Northam Gun Control
» Washington Loses ‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Dollars to Unemployment Fraud
» Washington Officials Admit to Counting Gunshot Victims as COVID-19 Deaths
 
Europe and the EU
» British Health Officials Suggest Coronavirus Vaccine Could be Mandatory
» Chinese Communist Party-Linked Corporation Buys Major Share in Norwegian Airline
» French Police Raid Alleged Far-Left Antifa Bomb Factory HQ
» Greek Foreign Ministry Makes First Moves Against Turkey’s Occupation of Land at Evros
» New Native Grass Species Have Been Discovered on the Iberian Peninsula and Menorca
» Orban Says Hungarian Government Will Hand Back Extra Powers to Parliament Next Week
» Sweden’s COVID-19 Death Toll Becomes Highest in the World
» UK to Enforce 14-Day Quarantine to Arrivals, After Farage Called for Lockdown for Months
» UK: Bar Could be Refused Alcohol Licence Because of Mosque
» UK: Founder of ‘Clap for NHS’ Movement Wants it to End
» UK: Ikea to Employ “Social Distance Wardens” To Patrol Shoppers
» UK’s COVID-19 Study Aims to Vaccinate More Than 10,000
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Caroline Glick: Abbas’s Worn Out Threats
 
Middle East
» Iran’s Supreme Leader Compares Israel to Coronavirus, Calls for Its Destruction
 
Russia
» Russian Nurse’s Punishment for Wearing Lingerie Beneath See-Through Gown is Overturned — as Doctors Claim Widespread Shortages Left Her Without Scrubs and Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 3,099
» YouTube Censors Video Discussing the Platform’s Censorship of Professor Dolores Cahill Interview
 
Far East
» Cardinal Burke: Chinese Communism ‘An Evil Form of Government’
» China, Not Fauci, Is the Enemy
» Expert: ‘Chinese Regime is Deeply Racist… This is Something We Haven’t Seen Since the Third Reich’
» VPN Use Surges in Hong Kong as Threat of New “Security” Law Looms
 
Australia — Pacific
» ‘A Lapdog of the US’: Chinese State Media Claims Donald Trump ‘Coerced’ Scott Morrison Into Calling for a Coronavirus Inquiry and Says Australia is Only Harming Its Own Interests
» A Night-Crawling Uber Driver Living in Australia Illegally is Accused of Picking Up Drunk and Vulnerable Women and Raping Them Them Inside His Corolla to Fulfill His ‘Ritualistic Sexual Fantasies’
» Activists Want Global Warming Recorded on Death Certificates
» Australian Potato Farmers Are Left Outraged as $1billion COVID-19 Cash Splash is Given to Their European Colleagues Which Could See French Fries Flood Aussie Supermarket Shelves
» Chinese Landlord Outrageously Demands One of Australia’s Most Luxury Resorts Reopen in Defiance of Coronavirus Restrictions — Even Though There’s No Legal Way for Guests to Get There
» Exclusive: The ‘Warzone’ Inside Hijab House: How a Bearded Vigilante ‘Attacked’ The Van Driver After He Smashed Through the Front of the Shop Injuring 14 — as Driver is Re-Arrested
» Massive Win for Australians as NSW Announces Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes Will be Allowed 50 Patrons From June 1 in Stunning Development
» Post Lockdown Party Ends in Tragedy After Teenager Plummets to His Death From a Balcony in Surfers Paradise — as Four of His Friends Are Hospitalised After ‘Taking Drugs’
» SUV Driver, 51, ‘Who Smashed His Van Into the Front of a Crowded Hijab House Store Injuring 14’ Is Charged
» The Trade War With China Continues: Beijing Orders Power Plants to Stop Buying Australian Coal — After Announcing New Checks on Iron Ore
» Untold Story of How a Deadly Japanese Doomsday Cult Bought 400,000 Hectares in the Australian Outback to Test a Nazi Nerve Agent on Sheep — Before They Poisoned 5,500 Commuters in Tokyo’s Subway
 
Latin America
» Reddit’s UFO Subreddit Was Auto-Censoring Phrases ‘Brazil, ‘ ‘Navy, ‘ and ‘Pentagon”
 
Immigration
» Albanian Human Trafficking Gang Boss is Jailed for Nine Years After Smuggling Migrants Into UK on Dinghies
» Belgium: Police Union Releases Video of Migrant Attack on Officers (Video)
» Ex-Border Force Chief Says Migrants Crossing English Channel Are ‘Major Threat’ To UK Borders as Another Boat is Picked Up — Taking Total Number to Record-Breaking 601 in a Month
» Farage Tells Breitbart: I’ll Keep Exposing the Illegal Migrant Boats Scandal in English Channel
» Netherlands: Convicted Child Molester From Libya is Now a Terror Suspect
» Netherlands: Migrant Center Employees Say Criminal North Africans Posing as ‘Unaccompanied Minors’
» Serbia: NGOs Question Deployment of Army Near Migrant Camps
» Two Boat With Sixty-Seven Migrants Arrives in Lesvos
» UK: Reports: Albanian Migrant Charged With Murder of 7-Year-Old Emily Jones
» UK: Watch: Farage Releases More Footage of French Handover of Illegal Migrants to UK Border Force
 
Culture Wars
» Get it Yet? You Have No Rights!
» MI. Governor Whitmer Considers Homosexual Swingers Club Essential and Wide Open, Churches Closed
» UK: School Apologizes After 11-Year-Old Students Asked to Define ‘Hardcore Pornography’
 
General
» Earth’s Magnetic Field is Weakening Between Africa and South America, Causing Satellites and Spacecraft to Malfunction
» Facebook Bans Users From Linking to YouTube Alternative Brighteon After it Hosted Judy Mikovits Plandemic Doc
» Man Who Filmed Arbery Shooting Arrested, Charged With Murder
» Unprecedented Heat Wave Hits the Arctic, Raising Temperatures to 86 Degrees This Week Due to Climate Change and a High Pressure System
» YouTube Starts Reinstating Some Coronavirus Videos as it Faces Growing Criticism for Censoring Content
 

Hertz Preparing to File for Bankruptcy as Soon as Friday Night— WSJ

Hertz Global Holdings Inc is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as Friday night after failing to reach a standstill agreement with its top lenders, the Wall Street Journal reported on.wsj.com/2A4ONKs, citing people familiar with the matter.

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

Is the President an “Essential” Worker?

During the course of the “covid-19” panic, masses of hot air, typescript, and electrons have been expended on what workers are, or are not, “essential”. On the one hand, in society’s estimation each and every worker in the free-market economy is “essential” in his particular job—otherwise, he would not be employed.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

More Than Half of Australians Are on the Government Payroll After Millions Lost Their Jobs or Needed to be Kept Afloat by Jobkeeper Payments

Some 7.1 million of the country’s 13.24 million-strong workforce — 53.6 per cent — are paid by taxpayers, including 2 million in public sector, 3.5 million on JobKeeper, 1.6 million unemployed.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Biden: 1 Thing People in Jail Have in Common is They “Can’t Read”

While chatting with popular radio host Charlamagne tha God on “The Breakfast Club,” former vice president Joe Biden said that people in jail have a few things in common, one of which is they “can’t read.”

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

Biden: “If You Have a Problem Figuring Out Whether You’re for Me or Trump, Then You Ain’t Black”

Joe Biden told black radio host Charlamagne tha God during an interview Friday morning that if someone is having difficulty choosing between him and Trump then they “ain’t black.”

“Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Biden made the comments on popular radio show “The Breakfast Club,” which airs in more than 90 radio markets around the country. According to Nielsen data, 77% of the show’s audience is African American or Hispanic.

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

Breaking: FBI Says They’re Reviewing Michael Flynn Case After Evidence of Gross Misconduct Exposed

After new documents showed that ex-Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was the victim of an FBI entrapment plot, the Department of Justice has filed a motion to dismiss the case. It details a sordid history of overreach and prosecutorial misconduct, which was directed by former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and other top officials at the FBI. Flynn was forced to plead guilty to bogus “lying to the FBI” charges as a result.

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

California Doctors Say They’ve Seen More Deaths From Suicide Than Coronavirus Since Lockdowns

Doctors in Northern California say they have seen more deaths from suicide than they’ve seen from the coronavirus during the pandemic.

“The numbers are unprecedented,” Dr. Michael deBoisblanc of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, told ABC 7 News about the increase of deaths by suicide, adding that he’s seen a “year’s worth of suicides” in the last four weeks alone.

DeBoisblanc said he believes it’s time for California officials to end the stay-at-home order and let people back out into their communities.

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

Chicago Businessman to Pay $500 Fines Issued to 3 Churches Violating Stay-at-Home Order

Former Chicago mayoral candidate and influential businessman Willie Wilson announced Wednesday that he will pay the $500 fines given to three churches that held services Sunday in violation of Gov. J.B. Pritzker stay-at-home order.

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

Florida Man Friday: Battle of Corona vs. Coronavirus

Florida Man Friday has so quickly become an institution here at PJMedia that I hardly know how to introduce it anymore. Do I need to mention Florida Woman as a separate entity? You do already understand all about Florida’s sunshine law, right?

You know what you’re here for. I know what I’m here to do. So let us skip the fancy intro and dig right into another thrill-a-minute episode of…

Florida Man Friday!

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

Gov. DeSantis: State-Issued Restrictions Lifted on All Youth Activities in Florida

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Gov. DeSantis announced Friday that all state-issued restrictions on youth activities, which includes summer camps and sports, will be lifted, effective immediately.

He made the announcement during a press conference on Friday.

“We trust parents to use common sense,” Gov. DeSantis said.

The governor also emphasized that no kids have died from COVID-19 and no one under age 25 has died. While he acknowledged that children aren’t immune to the virus, he asserted that, “kids don’t get infected at the same rates” and are less at risk for hospitalizations.

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

Gov. Whitmer Extends Michigan’s Stay-at-Home Order Again

On Friday, Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extended her state’s stay-at-home order through July 12. The order was set to expire on May 28. The governor is facing mounting criticism for some of her coronavirus-related restrictions, among the strictest in the nation.

“I find it reasonable and necessary to extend Executive Orders 2020-62, 2020-69, and 2020-96 for three weeks from the date of this order,” Whitmer stated in her executive order.

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

Hot Take: Republicans Want to Reopen the Country Because They Believe in the Afterlife Which Makes Them Devalue Actual Life

Steven Pinker is a cognitive scientist at Harvard, and on Thursday he shared a very hot take via the Washington Post. Republicans are evangelicals, right? And evangelicals believe in an afterlife. And because they believe in an afterlife, they deliberately do things that will shorten their lives, like partially reopening some parts of the country that aren’t COVID-19 hotspots.

Just read it yourself.

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

Illinois Construction Workers Traveling to Wisconsin to Work on Pritzker’s Farm Amid Stay-at-Home Order

CHICAGO — A big construction project at Gov. JB Pritzker’s Wisconsin horse farm has some questioning whether the governor is honoring the spirit of his own stay-at-home order.

FOX 32 News watched Thursday as construction workers from Illinois crossed the border to work on the governor’s farm. Pritzker, though, says there is no double standard because construction workers are exempt.

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

Joe Biden Calls for Decriminalization of All Drugs

During a Friday morning interview on popular radio show “The Breakfast Club,” presumptive 2020 Democratic nominee Joe Biden called for the decriminalization of all drugs.

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

Judge Dismisses OAN’s $10m Defamation Lawsuit Against Rachel Maddow, MSNBC

SAN DIEGO (CNS) — A federal judge Friday dismissed a $10 million defamation lawsuit filed by the owners and operators of the San Diego-based One America News Network against MSNBC and political commentator Rachel Maddow for telling her viewers last summer that the conservative network “really literally is paid Russian propaganda.”

U.S. District Judge Cynthia Bashant dismissed Herring Networks’ suit with prejudice, ruling “there is no set of facts that could support a claim for defamation based on Maddow’s statement,” which was made during a July 22, 2019, segment of her show.

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

Judge Positively Scorches Ohio Health Director for ‘Criminalizing’ Gyms— and it’s Glorious

A judge in Northeast Ohio on Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting State Health Director Amy Acton and the Ohio Department of Health from penalizing gyms that open for business or the members who visit them during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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

Man Arrested After Video Surfaces of Him Beating Up Elderly Nursing Home Patient

A man was taken into custody after a video surfaced on social media of him assaulting an elderly man inside a nursing home.

The Detroit police department said in a statement that they arrested a 20-year-old male in connection to the assault and battery of an elderly male inside Westwood Nursing Center on the northwest side of the city, according to The Detroit News.

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

Michigan Judge Rules in Favor of Barber, Allows Him to Stay Open Despite Lockdown

A Michigan judge has ruled that the Owosso barber who opened his business in defiance of the state’s lockdown order will not have to close.

Karl Manke, 77, originally opened his barbershop on May 4, despite incurring a license suspension, a cease-and-desist order, and a temporary restraining order from the state.

Shiawassee County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Stewart ruled on Thursday that Manke can continue to stay open, refusing to grant a request from attorney general to force the barber’s closure of his shop.

Stewart ruled that there was not enough evidence to support a claim from Michigan Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun that Manke’s shop was a threat to public health.

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

Nursing Home Abuser Made Video Asserting “Black People Are Supposed to Rule the Earth”

The culprit behind the horrific beating of an elderly man at a nursing home in Detroit made a YouTube video in which he asserted that “black people are supposed to rule the earth.”

Footage emerged yesterday of a man later identified as 20-year-old Jadon Hayden beating up a defenseless elderly white man by repeatedly punching him in the face.

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

Philadelphia Election Official Pleads Guilty to Stuffing Ballots in Return for Bribes

A former Philadelphia judge of elections pleaded guilty in federal court to stuffing ballots in return for bribes during primary elections between 2014 and 2016.

Domenick Demuro, 73, admitted during a sealed proceeding in March to using his position as an elections judge, which granted him the responsibility of overseeing the entire election process in his jurisdiction, to add fraudulent votes for politicians supported by an unidentified political consultant who had paid him bribes ranging from $300 to $5,000 per election.

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

Republican Sen. Tim Scott Blasts Biden for Saying “You Ain’t Black” If You Vote for Trump

South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott blasted Joe Biden via Twitter for a comment the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee made during an interview Friday morning.

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

Senator Amy Klobuchar Reluctantly Admits Hydroxychloroquine Saved Her Husband’s Life

The latest #Resistance marching order is to disparage the drug hydroxychloroquine simply because President Donald Trump has stated that it appears to be a promising treatment against the more severe impacts of COVID-19. In a recent radio interview, Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) reluctantly admitted her husband went from developing COVID-related pneumonia and coughing up blood to “one day, he just got better,” revealing he was treated with hydroxychloroquine.

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

September COVID-19 Vaccine, The Riskiest in History?

Perhaps the most fast-tracked vaccine ever created, many of the normal safety testing steps have been eliminated — and even the most staunch pro-mandatory vaccine propagandists are saying ‘this is not the vaccine to be doing it with.’ Here’s what you need to know.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Trump Declares Churches “Essential, “ Says Must be Allowed to Open “Right Now” Or He Will Override Governors

In a Friday afternoon press conference, President Trump declares houses of worship “essential services” that must be allowed to open “right now … this weekend.”

He said he will “override” governors who defy his declaration and attempt to keep houses of worship closed.

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

Trump Campaign Calls Biden’s Remarks About Black People “Racist and Dehumanizing”

The Trump reelection campaign berated Joe Biden on Friday for saying black Americans “ain’t black” if they support President Trump, calling his comments “racist and dehumanizing.”

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

University of California Will Stop Using SAT, ACT

The University of California board of regents voted Thursday to stop using the SAT and ACT college admissions exams, reshaping college admissions in one of the largest and most prestigious university systems in the country and dealing a significant blow to the multibillion-dollar college admission testing industry.

The unanimous 23-to-0 vote ratified a proposal put forward last month by UC President Janet Napolitano to phase out the exams over the next five years until the sprawling UC system can develop its own test.

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

VA Democrat City Councils Flip to GOP in Response to Northam Gun Control

The city councils in Staunton and Waynesboro, Virginia, flipped from Democrat to Republican on Tuesday, as voters rejected Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) gun control agenda.

Bearing Arms reported: “With little fanfare and almost no national attention, Virginians headed to the polls in local elections on Tuesday, and there was a stunning upset in one city that’s been dominated by Democrats in recent elections. Control of the Staunton City Council flipped from blue to red after a surge in turnout among Republican voters.”

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

Washington Loses ‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Dollars to Unemployment Fraud

Impostors have used the stolen information of tens of thousands of people in the state to fraudulently receive hundreds of millions of dollars in unemployment benefits, the head of Washington’s Employment Security Department said Thursday.

Commissioner Suzi LeVine said that the state is currently working with federal law enforcement, financial institutions and the U.S. Department of Labor to investigate the fraud and to try and recover the money paid out during the coronavirus crisis.

LeVine said she can’t release specific numbers or details of the ongoing investigation. But she said that countermeasures taken by the state have “prevented hundreds of millions of additional dollars from going out to criminals and have prevented thousands of fraudulent claims being filed.”

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

Washington Officials Admit to Counting Gunshot Victims as COVID-19 Deaths

Washington epidemiologists have admitted that multiple victims of gunshot wounds who had also been diagnosed with coronavirus have been counted as COVID-19 deaths, although they say deaths from the virus are still likely being undercounted in the state.

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

British Health Officials Suggest Coronavirus Vaccine Could be Mandatory

The British health secretary Matt Hancock said during a briefing that he hopes ‘everybody would have the vaccine’, if and when a coronavirus shot is rolled out, and did not rule out making it mandatory for every citizen.

Hancock was asked directly by a reporter if getting the vaccine could be made compulsory, and replied that the question is “not one that we have addressed yet”.

“I would hope given the scale of this crisis and given the overwhelming need for us to get through this and to get the country back on its feet and the very positive impact that a vaccine would have that everybody would have the vaccine.” Hancock said.

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

Chinese Communist Party-Linked Corporation Buys Major Share in Norwegian Airline

Norway’s airline Norwegian Air has calmed fears of bankruptcy with new major investments, including one from a corporation linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Chinese company BOC Aviation bought a 12.7 per cent stake in Norwegian Airlines after converting its bond loans into 390 million shares of the company.

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

French Police Raid Alleged Far-Left Antifa Bomb Factory HQ

French police in the Paris suburb of Bagnolet have arrested four people after discovering the alleged headquarters of the city’s far-left extremist Antifa movement, where it is claimed explosives were being manufactured.

The raid of the building took place on Sunday with officers discovering dozens of Molotov cocktails and other incendiary devices. The building, which has been occupied by members of the far-left extremist movement, featured various radical slogans including: “A cop, a bullet, social justice.”

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

Greek Foreign Ministry Makes First Moves Against Turkey’s Occupation of Land at Evros

Athens has taken diplomatic steps towards Turkey following an order from Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on the issue that has arisen in a part of southern Evros, where Turkish forces are occupying sovereign Greek land, according to diplomatic sources cited by Kathimerini.

On Thursday, Turkish soldiers and police special forces made a permanent presence within Greek territory and camped in the pocket of Apiary at Feres to enhance their presence, as reported by Greek City Times.

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

New Native Grass Species Have Been Discovered on the Iberian Peninsula and Menorca

The team of researchers from the project Flora ibericaX(2) have discovered two new native grasses on the Iberian Peninsula and in Menorca, respectively. These two species, which are new to science, have been featured in Systematic Botany. The article is the fruit of the collaboration between the Area of Botany and the University of Seville Herbarium, the Systematic and Evolution Unit for Vascular Plants at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and researchers from other institutions in the Balearic Islands.

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

Orban Says Hungarian Government Will Hand Back Extra Powers to Parliament Next Week

Next week, the Hungarian government will hand back its extraordinary mandate to parliament that it received for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday morning in his regular weekly interview on national channel Kossuth Radió.

“The extraordinary rule was the best decision, but it is no longer necessary,” Orban said. “If one can say anything good about an epidemic, it is [the fact] that the country has mounted a successful defense and, on top of that, our defense was superior to many more fortunate, more affluent countries.”

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

Sweden’s COVID-19 Death Toll Becomes Highest in the World

Sweden had 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants per day between May 13 and May 20. This is the highest in the world, above the UK, Belgium and the US, which have 5.57, 4.28 and 4.11, respectively.

At this stage of the pandemic, the Scandinavian country has the highest mortality rate per capita, according to a Financial Times tracker which uses a seven-day rolling average of new deaths.

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

UK to Enforce 14-Day Quarantine to Arrivals, After Farage Called for Lockdown for Months

The UK is set to introduce a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine for all arrivals into the country from overseas, including British citizens, with those breaking the rules facing up to £1,000 in fines.

Secretary of State for the Home Department Priti Patel is expected to make the announcement during Friday’s press briefing, with the measures set to come into effect in June.

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

UK: Bar Could be Refused Alcohol Licence Because of Mosque

A gin bar and distillery planned in Chelmsford, a city in Essex, South East England, could be have its application for a licence to serve alcohol denied. Objectors have complained to Chelmsford City Council arguing that the venue is close to a planned mosque and people drinking could lead to a rise in “Islamophobia” and racist attacks, Essex Live reports.

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

UK: Founder of ‘Clap for NHS’ Movement Wants it to End

The founder of the ‘Clap For Carers’ movement, a weekly event where people in the UK applaud NHS workers, is calling for the spectacle to end because it has become too “politicised.”

“Annemarie Plas, a Dutch national living in south London, said she was “overwhelmed” by the support for the ritual, but said it was better to stop when it was at “its peak,” reports Sky News.

Plas, a yoga teacher, said, “Without getting too political, I share some of the opinions that some people have about it becoming politicised.”

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

UK: Ikea to Employ “Social Distance Wardens” To Patrol Shoppers

IKEA is set to employ “social distance wardens” who tell people how to behave in stores as a whole new jobs market for Karens is created.

The Swedish furniture giant announced today that it would open 19 of its stores across the UK on June 1st.

However, families hoping to make a day of visiting the store can forget about it — only one adult and one child per household is allowed.

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

UK’s COVID-19 Study Aims to Vaccinate More Than 10,000

LONDON (AP) — British researchers testing an experimental vaccine against the new coronavirus are moving into advanced studies and aim to immunize more than 10,000 people to determine if the shot works.

Last month, scientists at Oxford University began immunizing more than 1,000 volunteers with their vaccine candidate in a preliminary trial designed to test the shot’s safety. On Friday, the scientists announced they now aim to vaccinate 10,260 people across Britain, including older people and children.

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

Caroline Glick: Abbas’s Worn Out Threats

Tuesday evening, Palestinian Authority and PLO Chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced that the PA is renouncing the peace deals it signed with Israel along with its agreements with the United States. According to several left-leaning Israeli television commentators and retired generals, his speech was an earthquake. It was a calamity of epic proportions. Most importantly, it was a reason to bury the government’s plan to apply Israeli law to the Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria and to the Jordan Valley.

But the truth is not at all what they claim. This isn’t an earthquake. It isn’t even a hiccup. It isn’t a calamity. It just a tired, recycled, empty threat.

Abbas had no problem remembering his lines Tuesday night because he’s given the same speech, word for word a half dozen times, (aside from the throw away sentence blasting President Donald Trump’s peace plan and Israel’s sovereignty plan). The first time Abbas gave it was in September 2015 in his address to the UN General Assembly.

As was the case Tuesday night, so every other time Abbas gave this speech, shortly after he walked offstage, Israeli leftists said the sky is falling. But then the truth started filtering in…

           — Hat tip: Caroline Glick [Return to headlines]
 

Iran’s Supreme Leader Compares Israel to Coronavirus, Calls for Its Destruction

Comparing Israel to both the coronavirus and a “cancerous tumor,” Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, unleashed a Twitter rant on Friday calling for the Jewish state to be “uprooted and destroyed.”

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Russian Nurse’s Punishment for Wearing Lingerie Beneath See-Through Gown is Overturned — as Doctors Claim Widespread Shortages Left Her Without Scrubs and Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 3,099

Nadia, 23, went viral after she was pictured on a male Covid-19 ward at the Tula Regional Clinical Hospital in Russia wearing only underwear beneath her see-through protective gown.

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YouTube Censors Video Discussing the Platform’s Censorship of Professor Dolores Cahill Interview

A few days ago, YouTube removed an interview with Professor Dolores Cahill from the Computing Forever channel after Business Insider complained that it was “filled with COVID-19 conspiracies” and reported it to YouTube.

After the video was removed, the channel’s host, Dave Cullen, posted a brief 3:38 second update where he discussed the censorship of this Cahill interview.

And now YouTube has taken down Cullen’s update video for “violating YouTube’s community guidelines.”

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Cardinal Burke: Chinese Communism ‘An Evil Form of Government’

Cardinal Raymond Burke said Wednesday that the coronavirus pandemic raises “serious questions” about international dependence on communist China.

“The role of the People’s Republic of China in the whole international health crisis raises many serious questions,” wrote Cardinal Burke, the former head of the Vatican’s highest court. “While we as Christians love the Chinese people and want for them what is for their good, we cannot fail to recognize that their government is the embodiment of atheistic materialism or communism.”

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China, Not Fauci, Is the Enemy

As Americans, we should be united in our hatred and disgust for the Communist Chinese rulers. We should want to make them pay. How? The answer is simple — by seizing their property in the United States. Much of that is in California.

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Expert: ‘Chinese Regime is Deeply Racist… This is Something We Haven’t Seen Since the Third Reich’

Several universities in the U.S. are refusing to cooperate with federal investigations into alleged infiltration by the Chinese government through bribes and financial kickbacks, according to reports.

College Fix reports that multiple institutions being scrutinised by the Department of Education are refusing to provide internal documents that are thought to contain evidence of undisclosed financial grants from the Chinese government.

The legal representatives of the universities are arguing that they do not have to provide information because of “Freedom of Information Act exemptions and legal privileges,” according to correspondence from the Department of Education, which did not name the institutions that have refused to comply.

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VPN Use Surges in Hong Kong as Threat of New “Security” Law Looms

Following a move by the Chinese legislature to impose a national internet security law, there was a spike in the downloads of geo-unblocking apps in Hong Kong. Should it pass, residents of Hong Kong might cease to enjoy the city’s somewhat lax internet laws.

From The Guardian:

China’s proposed new security law for Hong Kong will allow Beijing’s security forces to operate in the city, where local authorities have indicated the powers will be used to try to suppress the pro-democracy protests that broke out almost a year ago.

The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, said on Friday that the legislation was effectively a “death knell” for Hong Kong’s status as an autonomous city. He urged China to “reconsider its disastrous proposal [and] abide by its international obligations”.

Currently, Hong Kong, which has semi-autonomous status, does not have the same internet restrictions laws as mainland China.

While US-based social media apps such as WhatsApp and Twitter are illegal in the mainland, Hongkongers can use them without breaking the law. Also, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are illegal on the mainland but are legal in Hong Kong.

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‘A Lapdog of the US’: Chinese State Media Claims Donald Trump ‘Coerced’ Scott Morrison Into Calling for a Coronavirus Inquiry and Says Australia is Only Harming Its Own Interests

An article in the Global Times , a state-controlled tabloid newspaper, said Australia is America’s ‘lapdog’ and serving as a US ‘pawn to create trouble for China’.

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A Night-Crawling Uber Driver Living in Australia Illegally is Accused of Picking Up Drunk and Vulnerable Women and Raping Them Them Inside His Corolla to Fulfill His ‘Ritualistic Sexual Fantasies’

An Uber driver accused of sexually assaulting women inside his car had ‘ritualistic sexual fantasies’ about asleep and drunken women, a court has heard.

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Activists Want Global Warming Recorded on Death Certificates

Researchers at Australian National University (ANU) have called for ‘climate change’ to be recorded as a cause of death on death certificates.

They claim that in Australia, the rate of people dying as a result of global warming may be 50 times higher than is officially acknowledged.

In a letter to The Lancet Planetary Health, researchers Arnagretta Hunter and Simon Quilty claim the impact of climate change is currently understated.

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Australian Potato Farmers Are Left Outraged as $1billion COVID-19 Cash Splash is Given to Their European Colleagues Which Could See French Fries Flood Aussie Supermarket Shelves

An industry representative body for vegetable and potato growers, AUSVEG, said an influx of 2.6million tonnes of excess potatoes into Australia would lock farmers out of the fast-food industry.

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Chinese Landlord Outrageously Demands One of Australia’s Most Luxury Resorts Reopen in Defiance of Coronavirus Restrictions — Even Though There’s No Legal Way for Guests to Get There

Lizard Island, in Far North Queensland, closed on March 29 as coronavirus travel bans and business closure orders came into effect — but its landlord SEA Holdings demands it reopen now — or else.

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Exclusive: The ‘Warzone’ Inside Hijab House: How a Bearded Vigilante ‘Attacked’ The Van Driver After He Smashed Through the Front of the Shop Injuring 14 — as Driver is Re-Arrested

A driver who crashed into a Muslim fashion store injuring more than a dozen people has been arrested again — as a first responder reveals how a vigilante reached into the car and bashed him up.

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Massive Win for Australians as NSW Announces Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes Will be Allowed 50 Patrons From June 1 in Stunning Development

Customers will have to be seated at tables and must have four square meters per person, meaning smaller bars and cafes will not be able to fit 50 people inside.

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Post Lockdown Party Ends in Tragedy After Teenager Plummets to His Death From a Balcony in Surfers Paradise — as Four of His Friends Are Hospitalised After ‘Taking Drugs’

The Brisbane man, 19, was partying with a group of friends at an apartment building on the Gold Coast, Queensland, when he fell an estimated six storeys on Friday night.

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SUV Driver, 51, ‘Who Smashed His Van Into the Front of a Crowded Hijab House Store Injuring 14’ Is Charged

A 51-year-old man was charged with seven offences on Friday after the crash in which a Mitsubishi SUV ploughed into the crowded Hijab House store in Greenacre, in Sydney’s south-west.

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The Trade War With China Continues: Beijing Orders Power Plants to Stop Buying Australian Coal — After Announcing New Checks on Iron Ore

Authorities in Beijing have reportedly told state-owned power plants to buy coal from inside China instead of from Australia.

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Untold Story of How a Deadly Japanese Doomsday Cult Bought 400,000 Hectares in the Australian Outback to Test a Nazi Nerve Agent on Sheep — Before They Poisoned 5,500 Commuters in Tokyo’s Subway

Members of the Aum Supreme Truth sect flew from Tokyo to Perth in April 1993 looking for a remote location where they could test sarin gas ahead of a terrorist attack that shocked the world.

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Reddit’s UFO Subreddit Was Auto-Censoring Phrases ‘Brazil, ‘ ‘Navy, ‘ and ‘Pentagon”

The /r/UFOs subreddit have suffered several cases of censorship by moderators who have blocked keywords for recent topics such as “Brazil”, “Pentagon,” or “Navy”.

2020 has been a strange year even for UFO fans. During this quarantine period, both the Pentagon and the U.S. Navy revealed material that points to the possible existence of aliens. Those who want to discuss these events can do so in places like the /r/UFOs Subreddit, or at least you would think so.

It turns out that some of the moderators on the subreddit blocked a series of keywords that referred to recent events, so posts that included “Pentagon” or “Navy” were immediately rejected.

This ban was not limited to revelations offered by the United States government almost a month ago, but also more recent publications that spoke about the alleged alien sightings that occurred in Magé, Brazil, were being censored.

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Albanian Human Trafficking Gang Boss is Jailed for Nine Years After Smuggling Migrants Into UK on Dinghies

The leader of a people smuggling gang bringing illegal migrants into the UK on a dinghy has been jailed.

Vladimir Bardoshi was the third member of the group of traffickers to be convicted after he was handed a nine-year prison sentence this week.

The 36-year-old from Albania was part of a network that transported illegal migrants from France in small inflatable boats, police said.

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Belgium: Police Union Releases Video of Migrant Attack on Officers (Video)

A Belgian police union has released a video showing officers in Brussels being attacked by a group of migrants.

The officers were attempting to detain a suspect in a stabbing when a large group of migrants surrounded them, and then began hitting and kicking them, forcing the police to the ground. After being attacked, the officers were finally able to recover, detain the suspect, and leave the area.

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Ex-Border Force Chief Says Migrants Crossing English Channel Are ‘Major Threat’ To UK Borders as Another Boat is Picked Up — Taking Total Number to Record-Breaking 601 in a Month

The ex-Border Force chief has today said migrants crossing the English Channel are a ‘major threat’ to UK borders as another boat is picked up today, taking the total number to a record-breaking 601 so far this month.

Tony Smith CBE, a former head of the Border Force, told the Commons home affairs committee that he cannot see an immediate end to the crisis.

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Farage Tells Breitbart: I’ll Keep Exposing the Illegal Migrant Boats Scandal in English Channel

Brexit leader Nigel Farage told Breitbart News about the viral success of his drive to expose the emerging scandal of illegal migrant boats crossing the English Channel, aided by the apparent collusion of the British and French governments, promising to keep reporting on the phenomenon.

Speaking to Breitbart editor in chief Alex Marlow on the Friday edition of the Breitbart News Daily show on Sirius XM Patriot, Brexit veteran turned journalist and broadcaster Nigel Farage related his recent experiences on and off England’s South coast. Explaining how the growing issue of boat migrants arriving in England — a relatively new form of illegal migration to the United Kingdom, first gaining prominence in 2016, around the time of the Europe Migrant Crisis — had for too long been underplayed or ignored by the mainstream media, Mr Farage said he’d taken to driving to the coast and even going to sea to record the reality.

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Netherlands: Convicted Child Molester From Libya is Now a Terror Suspect

A Libyan migrant who was convicted of child molestation in the Netherlands last year is now suspected of having worked with terrorist organisations.

Ahmad S., 50, whose last name is protected by Dutch privacy laws, received a four-year sentence for sexually assaulting several children in September. At least three boys are known to have been victimised by him. The youngest of the boys was not even 12 when he was assaulted by the migrant.

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Netherlands: Migrant Center Employees Say Criminal North Africans Posing as ‘Unaccompanied Minors’

Employees at migrant reception centers in the Netherlands say that criminal North Africans are posing as “unaccompanied minors” so that they can better exploit the generous Dutch asylum system.

Several unnamed staff members working at the Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) say that criminal migrants from Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria posing as unaccompanied minors are making their lives hell.

“Everyone is done with them, including the employees, themselves. They destroy things, they fight over and over, and they steal anything they can,” one worker explained to the Dutch newspaper Dagblad van het Noorde.

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Serbia: NGOs Question Deployment of Army Near Migrant Camps

Activists working for pro-migrant Non-Governmental Organisations in Serbia are questioning why the country deployed its army to positions near its migrant camps last weekend. But as Serbia’s emergency measures end, it is likely that migrants will be leaving the camps, either to commit crimes or to attempt to cross illegally into the European Union.

Serbia’s Defence Ministry said that the deployment had been ordered by President Aleksandar Vucic to secure the camps near the Croatian border where approximately 4,000 illegal migrants are currently being hosted, as previously reported by Voice of Europe. According to the government, this was to protect the local population from alleged robberies and other forms of harassment that have been taking place since the lockdown in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak began.

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Two Boat With Sixty-Seven Migrants Arrives in Lesvos

Two boats carrying a total of 67 migrants arrived at Lesvos on Thursday night.

Most of the passengers were from Afghanistan and African countries, while 16 were from Syria.

Authorities said all the migrants would be kept in quarantine for the next 14 days as part of measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

A total of 173 migrants have reached Lesvos since early May,.

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UK: Reports: Albanian Migrant Charged With Murder of 7-Year-Old Emily Jones

A 30-year-old Albanian migrant has been charged with the murder of seven-year-old Emily Jones on Mother’s Day, according to reports.

Eltiona Skana (24/2/90), “formerly of Turnstone Road, Bolton”, according to a Greater Manchester Police news bulletin, has been charged with murder and possession of a bladed article.

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UK: Watch: Farage Releases More Footage of French Handover of Illegal Migrants to UK Border Force

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has released the full version of a video purporting to show the French authorities transferring a boatload of illegal migrants to the UK Border Force in the English Channel.

Farage, who has reinvented himself as something of an investigative reporter as the ongoing scandal of illegal boat migrants being allowed to land in Britain in now record-breaking numbers, despite the national coronavirus lockdown, put to sea to observe their activities.

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Get it Yet? You Have No Rights!

Conservative writers like me, have been telling you this for years now and you were too busy to pay attention. Many of us even launched citizen activist groups to counter the massive global Marxist invasion of the USA that has left every true American citizen an outsider in their own country now.

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MI. Governor Whitmer Considers Homosexual Swingers Club Essential and Wide Open, Churches Closed

In Lansing, MI the state capitol, there is a homosexual swinger’s club called Tabu. Unlike barber shops and other restricted businesses that “Witchmer” has dubbed as nonessential and are ordered closed, the homosexual swingers club is considered essential by the governor and is wide open.

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UK: School Apologizes After 11-Year-Old Students Asked to Define ‘Hardcore Pornography’

A British school has apologized after children as young as 11-years-old were asked to define terms like hardcore pornography, transsexual pornography, sexting, and other explicit topics.

Earlier this week, parents were outraged after they found out teachers at the Archibishop Sentamu Academy in Hull had asked their children to define such terms as a part of their Personal, Social, and Health Education class, the Daily Mail reports.

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Earth’s Magnetic Field is Weakening Between Africa and South America, Causing Satellites and Spacecraft to Malfunction

ESA has made a shocking discovery — the Earth’s magnetic field is weakening between South American and Africa. Experts suggest it is a sign our planet is heading to a pole reversal.

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Facebook Bans Users From Linking to YouTube Alternative Brighteon After it Hosted Judy Mikovits Plandemic Doc

After the much-maligned documentary Plandemic went viral on Brighteon.com, Facebook has made the decision to block all links to this video platform regardless of its content.

The most controversial case of censorship during the whole coronavirus pandemic has been the Plandemic documentary that presents Dr. Judy Mikovits talking about what she says are the dangers of an eventual COVID-19 vaccine.

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Man Who Filmed Arbery Shooting Arrested, Charged With Murder

William Bryan Jr., the man who recorded the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, has been arrested and charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) announced Thursday night.

On Monday, Bryan’s attorney, Kevin Gough, insisted that his client had no communication with the McMichaels the day of the shooting.

“If there was a lynch mob or posse, Mr. Bryan was unaware of it,” Gough said.

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Unprecedented Heat Wave Hits the Arctic, Raising Temperatures to 86 Degrees This Week Due to Climate Change and a High Pressure System

An unprecedented heat wave has the Arctic in its grips. The event is caused by a strong high pressure system moving in from Siberia that has been intensified by climate change.

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YouTube Starts Reinstating Some Coronavirus Videos as it Faces Growing Criticism for Censoring Content

YouTube appears to be responding to at least some of the mounting criticism it’s facing for censoring several popular coronavirus videos and has started reinstating some of the videos that it initially took down.

One of the videos that was reinstated earlier today is an interview with Professor Karol Sikora, an oncologist who is the Dean of Medicine at the University of Buckingham and former director of the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) Cancer Program.

In the video, Sikora offers an optimistic perspective on the coronavirus by suggesting that the virus is showing signs of petering out and also warning that fear would be more deadly than the virus.

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13 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 5/22/2020

  1. Taliban Chief Promises Women Equal Rights if U.S. Leaves Afghanistan
    https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2020/05/21/taliban-chief-promises-women-equal-rights-if-u-s-leaves-afghanistan/

    I know one old joke on this subject:
    A man is walking along a street in an Afghan village, and a wife is walking ahead of him. To meet them is an old man.
    – Hey, Abdul, didn’t you read the Koran? A wife should only go behind her husband!
    – Listen, when the Koran wrote, the roads did not mine. Go Fatima!

  2. From social networks:

    – Have you read Orwell’s 1984?
    – Well, to hell with it. I do not like these sugary tales, utopias without any credibility. Antique shops are open, hotels are open, Winston Smith and others hang around with impunity, wherever they wish, without getting a pass in advance, the same Winston Smith repairs Mrs. Parsons sink without a license, patent and IP (certificate of registration of an individual entrepreneur), and probably violating social distance … Some kind of nonsense.

    • Changing just as rapidly in the rest of Europe’s big western sausages also? England, France, Germany. Anglo Turkish cowboy sympathiser Boris is having difficulty staying in the saddle.

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