Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/14/2020

German authorities in Baden-Württemberg are searching for a fugitive who has been nicknamed “Forest Rambo” by the media. The alleged criminal allegedly disarmed four police officers single-handedly and allegedly took their guns away from them.

In other news, Ghislaine Maxwell pled not guilty in a federal court to charges of sex trafficking and child abuse. The presiding judge ordered her to be held without bail.

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USA
» 4K Video From International Space Station Shows Comet Neowise Rising Above Earth
» Antifa Harass Asian Man for Looking Like Andy Ngo
» AOC Claims “Most” Republicans “Haven’t Experienced” Poverty, Crime
» At Least 17 Shot in NYC on Monday as Gun Violence Continues to Escalate
» Bari Weiss Quits New York Times After Bullying by Colleagues Over Views: ‘They Have Called Me a Nazi and a Racist’
» Battleship Fire Threatens Environmental Catastrophe
» Biden Ignores Reporter, Walks Off Stage, Refuses to Answer Any Questions at Delaware Campaign Event (Video)
» Big Tech Now Censoring Bean Cans! Twitter Censors Photos of Goya Beans as “Potentially Sensitive Content”
» Black Lives Matter Mob Invades Dallas Restaurant, Tries to Start Riot
» Black Lives Matter Leader Charged With Pimping Out 17-Year-Old Girl
» Breaking: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized With Possible Infection
» Catholic Churches Across the Country Burned, Vandalized Over the Weekend
» Child Rapist Arrested at Antifa Brawl in Washington State
» Colorado Town’s Wild Temperature Swing Sets Daily High and Low Records 11 Hours Apart
» Facebook and Twitter Alternatives That Are More Free Speech Friendly
» Florida Media Busts COVID-19 Labs Claiming 100% Positive Test Rate, One Claiming 98% Was Actually 9.4%
» Fundraising Campaign Pulls in More Than $200,000 to Purchase Goya Products for Food Pantries
» Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Trafficking, Abuse Charges; Judge Denies Bail
» Google Says it’s Not a Monopoly
» Illinois Costco Shopper Spits in Man’s Face for Removing Mask While Exiting Store: Police
» ‘I’m Rarely Speechless’: With Violence Spiking in Chicago, City’s Mayor Deploys ‘Cowboy’ To Enforce… an Accurate Census Count
» Jeff Sessions Loses Alabama Runoff to Tommy Tuberville
» Leftist Celebrates Ghislaine Maxwell as Feminist Icon Who Could Bring Down Trump
» Lincoln Project Editor Let Go After Old Tweets Resurface
» Museum Curator Resigns After He is Accused of Racism for Saying He Would Still Collect Art From White Men
» Native American Son of Redskins Logo Designer Says it’s Not Offensive, “Everyone Was Upset” About Change
» Nick Cannon Calls White and Jewish People “The True Savages, “ Claims They Are “Closer to Animals”
» Number of Minneapolis Police Stops, Searches Plummets
» NYT Editor Bari Weiss Pens Scathing Resignation Letter, Cites “Unlawful Discrimination” And a “Hostile Work Environment”
» Petition to Change Name of Lynchburg Draws Support From Jerry Falwell, Jr.
» Poll: Only 54% of Americans Think Biden is Capable of Debating Trump
» Seattle Councilwoman: We “Will Not Stop” Until We Overthrow Capitalism
» Squirrel in Colorado Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague
» U.S. Conference of Mayors Support $6.2 Quadrillion in Reparations Payments to Black Americans
» U.S. Carries Out 1st Federal Prison Execution in 17 Years After Supreme Court Ruling
» Update: St. Louis Police Turn Over “Unlawful Use of Weapon” Case to Circuit Attorney’s Office in McCloskey Case — Apply for More Search Warrants
 
Europe and the EU
» Austrian Far-Right Activist Martin Sellner’s YouTube Account ‘Terminated’
» Battle for EU Funds Intensifies
» Can an Extreme Low Carb Diet be Used as Medicine?
» Czech Government Supports Enacting a Constitutional Right of Self-Defense With a Weapon
» Czechia Ranked 28th Safest Country in Terms of Systemic Social Risk
» Exclusive Video: ‘F*** Keir Starmer’: British BLM Activist Says Black People Should Abandon the Labour Party
» German Police Hunt for ‘Forest Rambo’ After He Disarmed Four Officers Single-Handed
» Spain: Duo Arrested on Suspicion of Planning Explosives Attack in Barcelona
» UK Bans New Huawei 5G Equipment From 2021, Full Ban From 5G by 2027
» UK: Bow Group: Not Reasonable to Tell Britons to Wear Masks After Witnessing Weeks of ‘Mass Lawlessness’
» UK: Chair of Met Police Federation Says it Will be “Impossible” To Enforce Mandatory Face Masks in Shops
» UK: Farage: When Will the Conservatives Stand Up to the Cancel Culture Mob?
» UK: Pub Landlord Installs Electric Fence Around Bar to Enforce Social Distancing
» Video: UK Black Rioters Tear Down Statue of African Icon Haile Selassie
» Young Republicans Form Official Partnership With Youth Wing of Italy’s League
» Zeman and Babis Congratulate Duda on Re-Election
» Zybertowicz: Shocking That So Many Poles Voted for a Candidate Who Did Not Have a Single Polish Flag During Election Night
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» So Many Jews Are Returning to Israel That the Govt. Is Worried They Won’t be Able to Absorb Them
 
Middle East
» Iran “Felt Joy” When Hagia Sophia Was Converted
» ISIS Linked Accounts Easily Spreading Propaganda on Facebook: Report
» The Ankara — Tirana Axis
» Updates From Libya
 
Russia
» Russian Suspected of Spying for Czechia Accused of Treason
 
Far East
» Flooding in China Has Resulted in 141 People Missing or Dead and 38 Million Displaced — Could Get Much Worse if Three Gorges Dam Breaks
» Trump Signs Executive Order to Hold China Accountable for Actions Against Hong Kong
» WHO Will Not Investigate Wuhan Lab Where Coronavirus Was Kept
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology Disappears Past Heat Records
» The Hottest Day Ever in Australia Confirmed: Jan. 1909
 
Immigration
» French Government Releases Statistics Showing Rapid Demographic Changes Since 1968
» Frontex: The Coronavirus Epidemic Has Stopped Illegal Migration to the EU
» Hungary: The Strangest Migrants: From a Salsa Band to Grandpa in a Wheelbarrow
 
Culture Wars
» Obama-Appointed Federal Judge Permanently Blocks Georgia’s “Heartbeat” Abortion Law
» Parents Failing to Impose Boundaries Spawned ‘Infantilised’ Millennial Generation
» Planned Parenthood Releases Digital Ad Campaign Supporting Biden
 

4K Video From International Space Station Shows Comet Neowise Rising Above Earth

NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station recently witnessed the newly discovered Comet Neowise rising above the predawn horizon of the Earth.

NASA astronaut Bob Behnken, who recently launched to the ISS aboard SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon spaceship, called the spectacle “awesome.”

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

Antifa Harass Asian Man for Looking Like Andy Ngo

An Asian man in Portland, Oregon was harassed by anti-racist Antifa protestors, having been mistaken for journalist and The Post Millennialeditor at large Andy Ngo.

Video captured of the event by freelance journalist Sergio Olmos shows the man, who is wearing a mask covering most of his face, frustratingly explaining that he’s “super proud” that he’s not Andy.

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

AOC Claims “Most” Republicans “Haven’t Experienced” Poverty, Crime

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) claimed on Monday that a majority of Republicans are against defunding law enforcement because they are inexperienced with poverty and crime

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

At Least 17 Shot in NYC on Monday as Gun Violence Continues to Escalate

The NYPD reported that at least 17 people in New York City had been shot on Monday, the New York Post confirmed Tuesday.

Law enforcement sources said the tally of those shot is substantial, considering the shootings occurred early in the week.

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

Bari Weiss Quits New York Times After Bullying by Colleagues Over Views: ‘They Have Called Me a Nazi and a Racist’

Her resignation letter said ‘the lessons that ought to have followed the (2016) election…have not been learned.’

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Battleship Fire Threatens Environmental Catastrophe

Federal firefighters are still battling to contain a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at the San Diego Naval Base, which threatens a giant spill should the flames reach the 3.7 million liters of fuel in its tanks, news portal Origo reports.

The fire broke out after an explosion aboard the ship on Sunday morning and since then at least 59 people taking part in fighting the blaze have had to be treated, of which 36 Navy personnel and 23 civilians suffered from smoke inhalation, exhaustion or minor burns.

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

Biden Ignores Reporter, Walks Off Stage, Refuses to Answer Any Questions at Delaware Campaign Event (Video)

Biden on Tuesday held a campaign event in Wilmington, Delaware.

Biden rarely leaves his Delaware basement and when he does, he stays close to home. He’s feeble and scared.

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

Big Tech Now Censoring Bean Cans! Twitter Censors Photos of Goya Beans as “Potentially Sensitive Content”

Last week the Cancel Culture Marxists, led by popular Democrats, targeted Goya Foods and its CEO Bob Unanue after he praised President Trump at a White House event.

Democrats immediately launched a campaign to boycott Goya products.

That’s when Republicans and Trump supporters launched their own campaign to buy Goya products — even suggesting buying their products and donating them to food pantries.

That’s when Twitter jumped into action and started banning Goya bean and spice photos on its platform.

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

Black Lives Matter Mob Invades Dallas Restaurant, Tries to Start Riot

Black Lives Matter protesters invaded a restaurant in Dallas and tried to start fights with diners in yet another instance of mindless chaos.

The whole incident was caught on camera by an African-American man called Damani Bryant Felder who denounced the mob as “ruining an otherwise peaceful evening with their BS.”

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

Black Lives Matter Leader Charged With Pimping Out 17-Year-Old Girl

A prominent Black Lives Matter organizer and co-founder was arrested last month and charged with human trafficking and prostitution.

Charles Wade was busted at a Howard Johnson Inn in College Park, Maryland, on April 25. Wade was living at a motel room where he allegedly pimped a 17-year-old girl, police said, according to The Daily Caller.

Wade was charged with seven counts relating to felony human trafficking and prostitution, but he he posted a $25,000 bond shortly after his arrest, according to a statement he released on Twitter Wednesday. The charges carry sentences of up to 25 years in prison and a $15,000 fine.

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

Breaking: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized With Possible Infection

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday due to concerns the 87-year-old may be suffering from an infection.

An official statement from the Supreme Court reveals that “Ginsburg was admitted to the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland early this morning for treatment of a possible infection,” and that Ginsburg was originally treated for “fever and chills” at Sibley Memorial Hospital last night.

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

Catholic Churches Across the Country Burned, Vandalized Over the Weekend

At least four Catholic churches in four states were vandalized over the weekend in a string of attacks that have authorities wondering whether religious icons and statues are next to be targeted by anti-racism and “anti-fascist” protesters.

Fox News reports that churches in California, New York, Massachusetts, and Florida were all targeted by vandals, and several historic churches suffered major damage in arson attacks.

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

Child Rapist Arrested at Antifa Brawl in Washington State

A convicted child rapist was charged with felony assault stemming from violence at an Antifa and left-wing protest in Olympia, Wash. on Sunday.

Shaelyn A. Reed, 20, of Olympia, is accused of striking a man on the head with a baton in front of Olympia City Hall. Video recorded of the assault shows the victim bleeding profusely from the head. According to Olympia Police Lt. Paul Lower, Reed allegedly disposed of his weapon in a trash receptacle and changed clothes before being arrested. A juvenile was also arrested on misdemeanor assault charges and a third unnamed person is wanted by police.

This isn’t Reed’s first run-in with the law. In 2017, Reed pleaded guilty to second-degree rape of a child. He is a registered sex offender in Thurston County, Wash.

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

Colorado Town’s Wild Temperature Swing Sets Daily High and Low Records 11 Hours Apart

July 10 was a dramatic day, weather wise, in the 9,000-person town of Alamosa, Colorado. Over the span of 11 hours, the temperature rose 55 degrees Fahrenheit, from a low of 37 degrees at 4:45 a.m., to a high of 92 degrees at 3:47 p.m.

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

Facebook and Twitter Alternatives That Are More Free Speech Friendly

Facebook and Twitter have ramped up their censorship in recent months with many innocuous posts being taken down under their vague, subjective “hate speech” and “misinformation” rules.

Even President Trump has been subject to censorship on Twitter with several of his tweets being hidden behind a warning notice.

Amid this rising Big Tech censorship, there’s been increased interest in alternatives to these social media giants and many of these alternatives have enjoyed significant growth because of their pro-free speech stances.

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

Florida Media Busts COVID-19 Labs Claiming 100% Positive Test Rate, One Claiming 98% Was Actually 9.4%

Orlando, Florida’s FOX 35 investigated several COVID-19 testing facilities claiming 100% or nearly 100% of tests they handled, and learned that the facilities were wildly incorrect in their reporting, with actual positive cases being closer to 10% of less.

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

Fundraising Campaign Pulls in More Than $200,000 to Purchase Goya Products for Food Pantries

An online fundraiser started Sunday to raise money to purchase Goya food products for food pantries in the Washington, D.C., area has raised more than $200,000 as of Tuesday.

The GoFundMe campaign, created by Casey Harper, has smashed its original goal of $10,000. More than 5,700 people have contributed and the website says some of the food will go to food pantries outside of the D.C. area because of the amount of money raised.

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

Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Trafficking, Abuse Charges; Judge Denies Bail

Ghislaine Maxwell, who was arrested on July 2 for her role in recruiting and grooming young women for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to sex trafficking and abuse charges.

When asked how she wished to plead to the charges brought against her by Manhattan federal Judge Alison Nathan via video hearing, Maxwell maintained her innocence.

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

Google Says it’s Not a Monopoly

Google’s business model is firmly linked to its role in online advertising — but does the giant dominate and control the market in a way that critics describe as anti-competitive at best, and tantamount to an actual monopoly at worst?

These accusations are now probed in various investigations launched around the world, including the one considered by the US Justice Department, that hope to get to the bottom of Google’s activities in the super-lucrative ad business.

Google continues to deny that its share in the global market means it is in fact acting like a monopoly. The gist of the argument seems to be that because users can deploy its ad tools with competitors — this means the market is fair.

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

Illinois Costco Shopper Spits in Man’s Face for Removing Mask While Exiting Store: Police

A woman who claimed to be a teacher assaulted a man and spat in his face when he took his mask off while exiting a Costco store in Illinois, police said.

Elizabeth Mach, 45, allegedly approached a 50-year-old man after he removed his face covering while leaving a Costco store in Mettawa in Lake County, on June 16, the Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday.

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

‘I’m Rarely Speechless’: With Violence Spiking in Chicago, City’s Mayor Deploys ‘Cowboy’ To Enforce… an Accurate Census Count

There’s been a big spike in shootings and murders in the city of Chicago, but Mayor Lori Lightfoot isn’t losing sight of other duties, such as ensuring an accurate count for the U.S. Census. To accomplish that goal, Lightfoot has deployed a “cowboy”.

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

Jeff Sessions Loses Alabama Runoff to Tommy Tuberville

Jeff Sessions has lost the primary runoff to get the Republican nomination for his old Senate seat, the Associated Press reported. Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, who had President Trump’s support, defeated Sessions on Tuesday night.

Mr. Trump tweeted about the race shortly after it was called, writing that Tuberville “WON big” and predicted he will be a “GREAT Senator.”

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

Leftist Celebrates Ghislaine Maxwell as Feminist Icon Who Could Bring Down Trump

Some leftists on Twitter reacted to Ghislaine Maxwell’s appearance in federal court on sex trafficking charges by celebrating her as a feminist icon who could potentially be “the one who brings down Trump.”

On the eve of Maxwell’s court appearance, self-proclaimed “progressive” Democrat Hunter Cullen tweeted, “Tomorrow could get REAL ugly. Ghislaine Maxwell has her day in court. She could (be) the one that brings down Trump and the mob, unless it’s the treason and financials.”

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

Lincoln Project Editor Let Go After Old Tweets Resurface

When Donald Trump became US president in 2016, one of the big talking points and launchpads for attacks against him — besides the “Russians everywhere!” narrative — was his alleged raging misogyny.

In an ironic twist of fate, an ardently anti-Trump conservative activist has been pushed out of the Lincoln Project on exactly that latter charge — and just as the project was starting to get attention.

The Lincoln Project was formed late last year by a number of big current and former Republican names, with the sole apparent goal of preventing from getting Trump reelected; to this end, in April, the organization endorsed Democrat Joe Biden.

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

Museum Curator Resigns After He is Accused of Racism for Saying He Would Still Collect Art From White Men

Until last week, Gary Garrels was senior curator of painting and sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). He resigned his position after museum employees circulated a petition that accused him of racism and demanded his immediate ouster.

“Gary’s removal from SFMOMA is non-negotiable,” read the petition. “Considering his lengthy tenure at this institution, we ask just how long have his toxic white supremacist beliefs regarding race and equity directed his position curating the content of the museum?”

This accusation—that Garrels’ choices as an art curator are guided by white supremacist beliefs—is a very serious one. Unsurprisingly, it does not stand up to even minimal scrutiny.

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

Native American Son of Redskins Logo Designer Says it’s Not Offensive, “Everyone Was Upset” About Change

According to the Native American son of the Washington Redskins logo designer, the image of the Indian chief is not offensive.

Lance Wetzel — the son of Walter “Blackie” Wetzel, who grew up on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana and was eventually elected president of the National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D.C. — said the logo depicting a member of the Blackfeet tribe evokes a sense of pride, not shame.

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

Nick Cannon Calls White and Jewish People “The True Savages, “ Claims They Are “Closer to Animals”

Nick Cannon, Black Lives Matter activist who is famous for his role as host of variety shows “The Masked Singer” and “America’s Got Talent,” made racially provocative remarks on a recent podcast episode that are being labeled both racist and anti-Semitic.

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

Number of Minneapolis Police Stops, Searches Plummets

The embattled Minneapolis Police Department has mostly ceased stopping and searching residents of the city, as resources are stretched thin by anti-cop protests and surging gun violence.

Official data released by the MPD show that cumulative stops fell 36 percent in the week after George Floyd’s death at the hands of three officers, sparking nationwide protests. That trend has persisted—over the week between July 6 and July 12, MPD officers made just 193 stops, down 77 percent from the same week in 2019.

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

NYT Editor Bari Weiss Pens Scathing Resignation Letter, Cites “Unlawful Discrimination” And a “Hostile Work Environment”

The New York Times’ opinion editor Bari Weiss, who often challenged the publication’s aggressive leftism, penned a scathing resignation letter blasting her now-former colleagues.

Weiss, who confirmed her departure to Vice on Tuesday, criticized the New York Times over “unlawful discrimination, hostile work environment, and constructive discharge.”

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

Petition to Change Name of Lynchburg Draws Support From Jerry Falwell, Jr.

Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of Liberty University, says he supports a petition to rename the city of Lynchburg, Virginia, where the university is located.

In a recent statement, Falwell said the name has “been an embarrassment to Liberty University ever since we started.”

He acknowledged the city is named after a Quaker leader named John Lynch, but said many people assume it has a darker meaning.

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

Poll: Only 54% of Americans Think Biden is Capable of Debating Trump

With questions continuing to swirl about his mental health, a new Rasmussen poll has found that only 54 per cent of Americans believe Joe Biden is capable of debating President Trump.

The national telephone survey found that just over half of likely voters thought Biden could take part in a debate with Trump while 36 per cent disagree and say he is not capable. A further 11 per cent are not sure either way.

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

Seattle Councilwoman: We “Will Not Stop” Until We Overthrow Capitalism

In a rant apparently aimed at Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Seattle Councilwoman Kshama Sawant announced during a recent city council meeting that she and her colleagues were on a mission to destroy capitalism.

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

Squirrel in Colorado Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague

A squirrel found in the small town of Morrison, Colorado, tested positive for bubonic plague on Saturday, county health officials reported.

Jefferson County health officials said in a statement Sunday that the squirrel is the “first case of plague in the county” and urged residents to take necessary steps to avoid contracting the disease.

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

U.S. Conference of Mayors Support $6.2 Quadrillion in Reparations Payments to Black Americans

The U.S. Conference of Mayors released a letter Monday that supported a Democratic plan to move towards reparations to black citizens for the legacy of slavery in the country. Estimates put the price tag on payments to 41 million black people somewhere in the neighborhood of $6 quadrillion. A quadrillion, numerically boasting 15 zeroes, is the designation that follows trillion.

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

U.S. Carries Out 1st Federal Prison Execution in 17 Years After Supreme Court Ruling

By a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court removed a stay imposed by U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan, clearing the way for the first federal prison inmate execution in 17 years.

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

Update: St. Louis Police Turn Over “Unlawful Use of Weapon” Case to Circuit Attorney’s Office in McCloskey Case — Apply for More Search Warrants

St. Louis city police applied for search warrants in the McCloskey case on Tuesday.

The police already searched the McCloskey home and took a rifle on Friday night.

The McCloskey attorney said the hand gun that was confiscated on Friday was dis-chargeable.

It was not operating.

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

Austrian Far-Right Activist Martin Sellner’s YouTube Account ‘Terminated’

The leader of the far-right organization Identitarian Movement contravened YouTube’s hate speech policies, according to Google, the platform’s owner. Martin Sellner also had his Twitter account suspended last week.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Battle for EU Funds Intensifies

With the first face-to-face European Union Summit since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic scheduled for July 17-18, the debate about the seven-year EU budget and the €750 billion economic recovery package is coming to a head. Conservative Hungarian news portal Mandiner takes a bird’s eye view of the fairly convoluted front lines.

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

Can an Extreme Low Carb Diet be Used as Medicine?

Several studies in recent years have suggested that the ketogenic diet may work against a variety of diseases, such as epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Czech Government Supports Enacting a Constitutional Right of Self-Defense With a Weapon

After a heated debate, the Czech government supported the Senate proposal to amend the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms, enacting the right to defend oneself and others with weapons under specific circumstances.

However, the approval of the proposal was unexpected, as, based on the pre-approved materials, the government was supposed to have a neutral opinion on the matter.

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

Czechia Ranked 28th Safest Country in Terms of Systemic Social Risk

According to the Social Risk Index (SRI) created by the credit insurance company Euler Hermes, the Czech Republic is the 28th safest country in the world in terms of systemic social risk.

According to Euler Hermes, the risky factors include mainly anti-government protests and other incidents, which could cause changes in the political and business climate of each country.

The SRI measures the underlying strengths, weaknesses, and perceptions of political, institutional, and social frameworks for 102 countries. However, the index does not gauge the probability of a social crisis, nor does it predict potential future social unrest events. It is rather a vulnerability indicator that focuses on the longer-term structural determinants of social risk.

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

Exclusive Video: ‘F*** Keir Starmer’: British BLM Activist Says Black People Should Abandon the Labour Party

Echoing rhetoric from American rapper Kanye West, a BLM activist said that black people in the UK should abandon the Labour Party and cast their votes “somewhere else”, adding “ Keir Starmer!”

As seen in a Breitbart London exclusive video, a Black Lives Matter protester accused the leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer, of being racist, saying that Starmer built his political career “on the backs of black men and persecuting them”.

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

German Police Hunt for ‘Forest Rambo’ After He Disarmed Four Officers Single-Handed

German police have entered their third day of a manhunt for 31-year-old Yves Etienne Rausch, who is accused of pulling a firearm on four officers and disarming them during a police check.

Nicknamed “Forest Rambo” by German media, Rausch has been on the run in the area around the town of Oppenau in Baden-Württemberg since Sunday after he managed to disarm and allegedly confiscate pistols from four police officers by himself.

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

Spain: Duo Arrested on Suspicion of Planning Explosives Attack in Barcelona

Catalan police have arrested two men on suspicion of planning an explosives attack in Barcelona. The two individuals of Algerian nationality, aged 41 and 43, are suspected of belonging to a cell that has been under investigation since 2017.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

UK Bans New Huawei 5G Equipment From 2021, Full Ban From 5G by 2027

Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden has confirmed the ban on the addition of new equipment from Huawei to UK 5G networks, and all Huawei components must be removed from Britain’s 5G by 2027. The move came after Five Eyes allies warned of the security risks of using the “effectively state-owned” Chinese tech firm.

Mr Dowden made the announcement in the House of Commons on Tuesday, weeks after the U.S. imposed sanctions on Huawei, barring the sale of American components to the Chinese company over security concerns. It represents a significant reversal by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who agreed in January on a contract for Huawei to build 35 per cent of Britain’s 5G network.

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

UK: Bow Group: Not Reasonable to Tell Britons to Wear Masks After Witnessing Weeks of ‘Mass Lawlessness’

The Bow Group has said it is “not reasonable” to tell Britons they must wear masks in shops, after weeks of witnessing lawlessness on the streets in the form of Black Lives Matter protests and other mass gatherings that have seen little police intervention.

From Friday, July 24th, it will be law in England to wear masks in supermarkets and shops. Police officers will have the power to fine people up to £100 if they are caught shopping without one. Like current regulations imposing mask-wearing on public transport, children under 11 and those with medical conditions are exempt.

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

UK: Chair of Met Police Federation Says it Will be “Impossible” To Enforce Mandatory Face Masks in Shops

The Chair of the London Metropolitan Police Foundation says it will be “nigh-on impossible” to enforce a new law which makes the wearing of face masks mandatory in all shops in England from July 24.

People who refuse or forget to wear the masks face a possible £100 fine for non-compliance, but according to Ken Marsh, who represents police officers in the capital, imposing the new law is virtually inconceivable.

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

UK: Farage: When Will the Conservatives Stand Up to the Cancel Culture Mob?

The leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel Farage, has called out the “so-called conservatives” for appeasing the forces of cancel culture on the left, rather than standing up to the “politically correct mob”.

On Tuesday, Mr Farage warned that if freedom of speech is not protected, then the divisions that are already embedded within British society will only widen.

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

UK: Pub Landlord Installs Electric Fence Around Bar to Enforce Social Distancing

A pub landlord in the UK has installed an electric fence around his bar in order to enforce social distancing, telling the BBC that customers keep away from it because “people are like sheep.”

Jonny McFadden, who runs the Star Inn in St Just, Cornwall, said the fence is “just a normal electric fence that you would find in a field.

In other words, McFadden is using the same device against his customers that farmers use to control the movements of livestock.

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

Video: UK Black Rioters Tear Down Statue of African Icon Haile Selassie

Black rioters have torn down a statue of iconic African leader Emperor Haile Selassie during a Black Lives Matter protest in London, United Kingdom.

MyLondon News reports that a gang of 100 rioters destroyed the statue in Cannizaro Park, located in the city’s Wimbledon neighborhood.

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Young Republicans Form Official Partnership With Youth Wing of Italy’s League

The chairman of the Association of Young Republican Clubs (AYRC) agreed an official partnership with Lega Giovani, the youth wing of Italy’s leading League party, on Monday.

The statement was signed by AYRC chairman Gavin Wax on behalf of the New York Young Republican Club, along with Luca Toccalini, the chairman of Lega Giovani.

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Zeman and Babis Congratulate Duda on Re-Election

Prime Minister Andrej Babis has congratulated Polish President Andrzej Duda on his re-election and wrote on Twitter that he looks forward to further cooperation within the Visegrad Four Group. According to Rudolf Jindrak, the director of the Foreign Policy Department of the Office of the President of the Republic, Duda’s re-election is good news for regional cooperation.

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Zybertowicz: Shocking That So Many Poles Voted for a Candidate Who Did Not Have a Single Polish Flag During Election Night

Andrzej Zybertowicz said it was “shocking, that 50 percent of my countrymen voted for a candidate whose staff did not consider it proper to display a Polish flag at his election night.”

The advisor admitted that he may have naively thought that the elections were a conflict over two visions for Poland in Europe.

Instead, he believes, that Rafal Trzaskowski’s political background was fighting not for a vision of Poland in Europe, but for a vision of removing Polishness from Poles.

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So Many Jews Are Returning to Israel That the Govt. Is Worried They Won’t be Able to Absorb Them

Unlike immigration to other countries, olim to Israel are welcomed as long-lost brothers, educated and housed at great public expense. A combination of coronavirus and anti-Semitism is creating conditions expected to bring millions of Jews home. But the Israeli government, already stretched to the limit, is concerned they may not be able to fulfill the prophecy in the proper manner.

The Knesset’s Immigration, Absorption, and Diaspora Affairs Committee met last Wednesday to discuss a major dilemma: Jewish immigration is expected to double nest year but budgetary constraints will make it difficult, if not impossible to absorb them into Israeli society.

Earlier this month, Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog reported to the committee that an estimated 250,000 people, mostly young people, will immigrate to Israel within the next three to five years. Herzog added that the number of people who have contacted the Jewish Agency about Aliyah from English-speaking countries has increased by 50%, and by 70% from French-speaking countries.

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Iran “Felt Joy” When Hagia Sophia Was Converted

At a time when the news of the conversion of the Hagia Sophia from a museum to a mosque was not well received by a lot of the world, Iran and Pakistan have expressed their support for Turkey’s provocative move.

Abbas Mousavi, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said they were happy to see the opening of Hagia Sophia for Islamic worship.

Mousavi commented saying: “For the opening of Hagia Sophia for worship, which was accepted with satisfaction by the people of Turkey and Muslims, we also felt joy.”

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ISIS Linked Accounts Easily Spreading Propaganda on Facebook: Report

A new study has revealed that many Facebook accounts linked to the ISIS group can still avoid detection on the platform.

The research was carried out by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), which traced over 288 accounts linked to a particular ISIS network over three months. According to the study, the ISIS accounts were able to find loopholes in Facebook’s automated and manual moderation systems and managed to spread their propaganda.

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The Ankara — Tirana Axis

(To Gian Pio Garramone)

Turkey is increasingly determined to impose its role as a bridge state between Europe and the Middle East. In the region it has managed to forge very solid relationships, projecting more and more its international influence and is very present in the Balkan states. The Turkish influence on the Balkans is not limited to simple political support on issues of international interest of the various states, but is concretized with aid and treaties.

Ankara supports many Balkan states but let’s dwell on the growing relations with the Republic of Albania. Taking into consideration the last months of last year and the first half of 2020, we will notice the intensification of relations between Ankara and Tirana, also thanks to the earthquake that occurred on 26 November last in the northern area, of magnitude 6.5 and the recent pandemic still in progress. The interventions are all-round and range from humanitarian aid, to reconstruction, to mutual support treaties.

Following the earthquake Ankara rushes to show closeness to the Albanian people: it is among the first countries to send USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) teams and TIKA or the cooperation and coordination agency of the ministry of culture and tourism sends and delivers 500 food packages and as many blankets for displaced persons. The Turks did not stop at the first phase of the emergency, but continued with further tangible gestures, starting already in the first days of January 2020 with the construction of 500 houses for the earthquake victims and the mosque in the city of Prezë.

In February, the EU offers 1,15 billion dollars for reconstruction to Albania, while Turkey alone donates 50 million dollars…

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Updates From Libya

(To Filippo Del Monte )

The Turkish government’s decision to make the Hagia Sophia a mosque is part of the country’s re-Islamization process forcefully imposed by Erdogan after the failed military coup in July 2016.

Secular Turkey with the Armed Forces to guarantee the modernity wanted by Kemal Ataturk is dead, but from its ashes an ambitious power was born that must hide the contradictions of its transformation process behind the blanket of success in the international arena. The story of Hagia Sophia has in fact brought Turkey and its aggressive foreign policy back to the center of the public debate, based on the reconstruction of the old Ottoman sphere of influence in the Mediterranean from the Levantine coasts to Libya without excluding the Horn of Africa.

Libyan events are particularly affected by the neo-Ottoman approach of Erdogan’s policy and in recent days the striking contrast with Egypt is the litmus test of the ideas circulating in the Turkish and pro-Turkish milieu in Tripoli. Sarraj’s military victory over Haftar, the liberation of Tripolitania and the consequent siege to which Sirte is subjected have exacerbated the situation on the ground and cleared the cards in the chanceries. This is because no one — even among the most highly rated professionals — expected such a sudden collapse of Haftar’s forces.

In response, it seems that Emirati planes hit the Turkish base of al-Watiya, west of Tripoli, on 5 July without causing victims but sending a clear message to Ankara: the war in Libya has not yet been won and therefore Turks cannot feel free to behave like colonizers. If on the part of the NATO allies of Turkey, with France in the lead, the Turkish military deployment in Libya is considered unsustainable or, according to the (too much) soft line adopted by the United States and Italy, unwelcome and judged as a dangerous interference, for the declared enemies of Ankara (United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia above all) the declared objective is to drive the Turks out of Libya…

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Russian Suspected of Spying for Czechia Accused of Treason

Ivan Safronov, a former Russian journalist and now an adviser to the head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, whom the Russian authorities suspect of cooperating with the Czech intelligence service, was accused of treason on Monday. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison. According to his lawyers, Safronov denies the claim.

“My client was charged under Article 275 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, which means treason. He did not admit guilt,” lawyer Ivan Pavlov said to the TASS agency. “The FSB investigators showed us no evidence. They will hardly do so now,” Pavlov added.

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Flooding in China Has Resulted in 141 People Missing or Dead and 38 Million Displaced — Could Get Much Worse if Three Gorges Dam Breaks

Millions have been displaced in China due to recent flooding in the country.

The Asian Review reports:

Despite reassurances by the government, residents along China’s rivers are increasingly worried that the mitigation capabilities of the Three Gorges Dam might fail after heavy rains lashed parts of the country.

Some 141 people are already missing or dead, and nearly 38 million people have been evacuated since alerts were triggered in June about the flooding of 433 rivers nationwide, the country’s flood control authorities said on Monday.

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Trump Signs Executive Order to Hold China Accountable for Actions Against Hong Kong

President Trump on Tuesday announced two actions his administration has taken against China as tensions between Washington and Beijing continue to rise.

During a press conference in the White House Rose Garden, Trump announced that he had signed into law the Hong Kong Autonomy Act and also put his signature on an executive order that ends the United States’ preferential treatment of Hong Kong.

“I signed legislation and an executive order to hold China accountable for its oppressive actions against the people of Hong Kong,” Trump said. “No administration has been tougher on China than this administration.”

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WHO Will Not Investigate Wuhan Lab Where Coronavirus Was Kept

The World Health Organisation announced Monday that it will not be visiting the Wuhan Institute of Virology during its investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, despite the fact that the lab held samples of coronavirus that were almost exactly the same as that which caused a global pandemic.

The WHO stated that its mission will only seek to “advance the understanding of animal hosts for Covid-19 and ascertain how the disease jumped between animals and humans”.

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Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology Disappears Past Heat Records

On January 13, 1939, The Sydney Morning Herald reported:

‘Based on officially recorded maximum temperatures … the registration of 124 degrees (51.1°C) at White Cliffs was the highest recorded in New South Wales since the record for the State, 125 degrees (51.7°C) was made at Bourke in 1909.’

Yet, if you look at BOM’s current records for ‘New South Wales Climate Extremes’, these heat records of the past have disappeared — and nothing 50°C or over is listed.

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The Hottest Day Ever in Australia Confirmed: Jan. 1909

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology deleted what was long regarded as the hottest day ever recorded in Australia, Bourke’s 125°F (51.7°C) on Sunday, January 3, 1909.

This record* was deleted, falsely claiming that this was likely some sort of ‘observational error’, as no other official weather stations recorded high temperatures on that day.

However, the Liberal Member for Hughes, Craig Kelly, has visited the Australian National Archive at Chester Hill in western Sydney to view very old meteorological observation books.

It has taken Kelly some months to track down this historical evidence. Through access to the archived book for the weather station at Brewarrina, which is the nearest official weather station to Bourke, it can now be confirmed that a temperature of 123°F (50.6°C) was recorded at Brewarrina for January 3, 1909.

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French Government Releases Statistics Showing Rapid Demographic Changes Since 1968

France Stratégie, a group affiliated with the French Prime Minister’s Office, has released data showing the growth in numbers of non-European migrant children in French urban areas. In one notable example, greater Paris saw a rise of 6.5 per cent in 1968 to 36.6 per cent in 2015.

The group released the figures in an interactive form on its website which shows a variety of factors, including the percentage of children from birth to 18 who are either foreign-born or have at least one non-European parent. The release is extraordinary as the French government does not normally publish — or even officially collect — much in the way of statistics that relate to race or demographics, in line with French law.

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Frontex: The Coronavirus Epidemic Has Stopped Illegal Migration to the EU

According to the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex), a drop in migration is particularly visible on migration routes on the Western and Eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Hungary: The Strangest Migrants: From a Salsa Band to Grandpa in a Wheelbarrow

While illegal immigration remains a real and present threat on Hungary’s southern and eastern borders, conservative daily Magyar Nemzet gathered the strangest crossing attempts ranging from the entertaining to the down right stupid.

While Europe as a whole only experienced the first major migration wave of the new millennium in the summer of 2015, Hungary was faced with one just a few months earlier. When inter-ethnic fighting broke out in Kosovo around the 2014 Christmas holidays, the south Hungarian city of Szeged became a virtual refugee center: several gyms at the local schools had to be converted to temporary shelters for the Albanian minority fleeing the violence.

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Obama-Appointed Federal Judge Permanently Blocks Georgia’s “Heartbeat” Abortion Law

Federal District Judge Steve C. Jones, a Barack Obama appointee, has permanently blocked the state of Georgia’s “heartbeat” abortion law, claiming that protecting all human children with a beating heart violates the U.S. Constitution.

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Parents Failing to Impose Boundaries Spawned ‘Infantilised’ Millennial Generation

The failure of parents to impose rules on children has resulted in a generation of “infantilised” young people, for whom the only tolerable boundaries are their self-constructed “safe spaces”, according to sociologist Frank Furedi.

In his book, Why Borders Matter, the emeritus professor of the University of Kent at Canterbury said the age group sometimes referred to as the snowflake generation is the result of three to four generations of parents failing to transmit their values to their children through boundaries.

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Planned Parenthood Releases Digital Ad Campaign Supporting Biden

Planned Parenthood Votes, the political wing of the nationwide abortion provider, has financed a five-figure digital ad campaign in support of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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17 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/14/2020

  1. “Can an Extreme Low Carb Diet be Used as Medicine?”
    I did my own research on the topic over the last two or three years and I, for a while, I have tried it myself and I have to say I felt great, but it is indeed hard to follow if you still wanna be social.

    That said, the posted article is wrong about a major point: carbohydrates are definitely NOT our natural main source of energy. In nature, carbohydrates are extremely rare. Our prehistoric ancestors would’ve stocked up on carbohydrates during summer, but for the rest of the year, there’s barely any potentional carbohydrate food source around. It’s also important to keep in mind that ancient fruits were tiny and far less sweet that today’s variations. Same goes for corn: even wheat 50 years ago had much more protein and less carbohydrates than today. Bigger yields mean the corns are more sugary, as the plant can only provide that much protein.
    Similarily beef, milk and butter has a completely different vitamin and mineral profile if the cow is allowed to pasture and it’s an extremely healthy food that way. But cattle raised on corn and soy doesn’t provide those nutrients.

    Imagine a bear just before his winter sleep: he’s almost diabetic, because he stocked up on all those berries and other sweet treats nature provides over the summer. But then he burns it all off during winter.
    Humans are a lot like bears in that regard, but civilization allowed us to have sweet treats all year round and those sweet treats are significantly more sugary than nature intended.
    That’s the whole point behind the ketogenic diet research.

    In other words: if you grow most of your own food, lots of it are old, local varieties, and you cook and eat your own food, or you can buy from a good farmer, then you’re fine eating whatever way you want. Because although a carb-rich diet isn’t doing you any good in the long term, chances are that “long term” is still gonna be well into your 90’s (research shows this for the Japanese, who tend to eat well despite their busy lifestyles).
    But if you have to buy from the grocery store or even have to rely on processed foods, the ketogenic diet is something that could improve your health significantly.

    • Keto could be the fountain of youth. In the best shape ever and wearing jeans from high school.
      Strictly controlled diet with several brisk walks daily.
      Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret.

    • I don’t think that eating meat is healthy.
      It puts a lot of heavy work on the kidneys.you may loose weight fast but you will not keeping it off

    • Glad to hear it. Ezra typically unearths information ignored by other media. I still have one of his books ftom years ago called “Fight Kyoto” when the various UN initiatives were getting underway. Ezra’s book was an rye-opener, and I still occasionally consult it. He documents his claims with footnotes. The research is very solid.

  2. ‘ The leader of the far-right organization Identitarian Movement contravened YouTube’s hate speech policies, according to Google, the platform’s owner. Martin Sellner also had his Twitter account suspended last week.’

    Disappointing. However, there are alternatives available for Martin Sellner:

    Bitchute for videos. As far as I know, Bitchute has not taken down un-PC videos.

    Parler, Gab, and Minds for social media.

  3. Forest Rambo! Me likey. Now if could organize some like minded fellows and stop the rot in Germanystan.
    Surely there are some chips off the old block from the brave German soldiers who fought in WWII.
    Everyone knew the gig was up after Stalingrad and Kursk or Prokhoravka but yet they kept on fighting.
    The Russians had NKVD officers with machine guns set up in the rear to shoot anyone retreating or falling back while the Germans didn’t need any of that.
    U-Boat crews still went out even though it was most likely a suicide mission.
    The Luftwaffe took on six different air forces at once and pilots flew until they were dead, maimed or captured.
    Yes they were fighting for a flawed benevolent ideology but I have to respect their bravery, honor, valor and pride.

    • The pity of it is that the ones who were the bravest and kept fighting until they were killed were replaced by the descendants of the ones who never went off to war or managed to stay out of the front lines and thus avoided dying during the war.

      I suppose it isn’t too shocking that modern Germany is full of pusillanimous leftist surrender monkeys that would make the French envious. Two generations of brave nationalistic soldiers dying in two world wars certainly blew a very big hole in the gene pool.

      • “I suppose it isn’t too shocking that modern Germany is full of pusillanimous leftist surrender monkeys that would make the French envious. Two generations of brave nationalistic soldiers dying in two world wars certainly blew a very big hole in the gene pool.”

        Most of those troops were conscripts, Moon, everybody fought.

        • Maybe almost everyone was drafted or served voluntarily. But that doesn’t mean that all of them fought equally hard.

          The true believers, and those that felt some sense of duty to protect their country and their families and women from the Soviets after the war started to go poorly would have fought the hardest and wouldn’t have tried to shirk their duty. And many of those men would have not made it through the war.

          • All very well, but the Waffen SS were more likely to commit atrocities, such as killing prisoners and civilians.

          • Mark H, The Waffen SS fought hard and were ruthless, because in war you have to be. My own Grandfather was Waffen SS on my mothers side. Who do think broke out Skorzeny out of prison? My GrandFather spoke about a dozen languages and was genius level smart. War isn’t a set of rules, it is kill or be killed and the Waffen SS didn’t just shoot civilians for the grins of it. Your own Tommies shot prisoners out of hand all the time, so did Americans and especially the bloody Russians.

  4. There were major atrocities and heroics committed by all sides in the war.
    The Germans won hands down and up.

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