Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/24/2020

The CDC has advised Americans to eschew alcohol and singing during Thanksgiving celebrations, in order to mitigate the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus. Meanwhile, Belgian police notified citizens that they will knock on people’s doors over Christmas in order to enforce COVID rules, if necessary.

In other news, according to a new Politico poll, 79% of Trump voters believe that the election was stolen by illegal voting and fraud.

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

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Financial Crisis
» Dow 30,000 Makes History, S&P Hits Fresh Record on Yellen, Vaccine Optimism
» Illinois Voters Reject ‘Fair Tax’ Amendment
 
USA
» 79% of Trump Voters Believe “Illegal Voting and Fraud Stole This Election, “ Poll Shows
» ABC Journalist Jonathan Karl Caught in Yet Another Moment of Mask Hypocrisy
» AG of Kentucky Joins With School, Religious Liberty Legal Group to Sue Gov. Beshear Over Religious School Shutdown
» Analysis of Votes in Illinois Makes No Sense — Indicates Election Fraud Occurred Across the Entire Country
» Are the Republicans Writing Their Own Political Obituaries?
» Armed Baltimore Gangs Target Delivery Drivers in Recent Wave of Carjackings and Robberies
» Biden’s New Tech Advisor Wants to Hold Big Tech Accountable for Hosting “Misinformation”
» CDC Director Says Coronavirus Vaccine Will be Available “By the End of the Second Week in December”
» CDC Tells Americans to Avoid Alcohol and Singing During Thanksgiving Gatherings
» Cuomo Slammed for Inviting His Mother and Daughters for Thanksgiving
» Delingpole: The Green Agenda IS the Great Reset
» Do Trump Supporters Live in an Alternate Universe?
» Doctors Urge CDC to Warn Public of Uncomfortable Coronavirus Vaccine Side Effects
» Elon Musk Passes Bill Gates to Become Second-Richest Man in the World
» Final Election Results Show One Cook County Judge Lost Her Seat, Others Hold on by a Thread
» Globalist Mattis: Biden Should ‘Eliminate America First’ Policy
» Gov. Brown Says People Should Call Police on COVID-19 Violators
» It’s in the Code: Hanky-Panky in Virginia’s Votes
» Leftists Threaten Violence Against Those Supporting Honest Elections
» Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to ISIS
» Mike Bloomberg Gun Control Group Descends on Georgia to Back Democrat Ossoff
» Minneapolis Facing Higher Crime, Police Exodus Six Months After George Floyd’s Death
» Mysterious Metal Monolith Discovered in Remote Area of Utah Desert
» New York City to Enforce Vehicle Checkpoints, Self-Quarantine for Travelers
» Nursing Home Coronavirus Outbreaks Reach a Record High
» Ohio Restaurant Receives a $3,000 Tip From a Customer as it Voluntarily Closes for Pandemic
» Outrage as George Floyd Exhibit is Opened at Holocaust Museum
» Poll: 53% of Americans Would Vote for Donald Trump in 2024 Republican Primary
» Strange Georgia Guidestones Receive Fresh Attention in the Age of the Pandemic
» Subjects Vandalize Vehicle Without Provocation (Photo)
» SV40 and Vaccine Contamination
» Thousands of Hasidic Jews Attend Secret Wedding in Brooklyn, Organizers Fined $15,000
» Trump Vows to Continue Election Legal Challenges Despite GSA Cooperation With Biden Team
» Twitter Says it Will Make Biden @Potus, Regardless of Election Outcome
» Twitter Wants to Discourage Users From Sharing Tweets it Has “Disputed” With New Warning
» Two Fronts: Ellis Says Sidney Powell Will Build Case Against Dominion While Campaign Exposes Democrat Voter Fraud
» Video: CNN Declares Trump Will Form ‘Shadow Government’, Hold ‘Counter Inaugural’
» Violent Portland Antifa ID’d as 35-Year-Old Trans Woman
» Washington State University Hosts Speaker Who Says Thanksgiving is Full of Stereotypes of Indigenous People
» Why Industrial Scale Fraud is Just So Hard to Hide
» YouTube Suspends and Demonetizes OAN for “COVID-19 Misinformation”
» Zuck Personally Signed Off on Algorithm Manipulation Towards Establishment, Legacy Media
 
Europe and the EU
» Belgian Police Will Knock on Doors at Christmas to Enforce Coronavirus Rules
» Concern After European ‘Anti-Hate’ Group Boss Discussed ‘Necessity’ of Killing White People
» Global Transport Body Developing “Travel Pass” App to Link Proof of Vaccination to Passports
» Greece’s Tourism Revenue Down 78 Percent in First Nine Months of 2020
» Oxford English Dictionary Passes on Single “Word of the Year, “ Selects Many for 2020
» Poland’s “Women’s Strike” Slammed After Sharing Image of Burning Church
» Polish MEP: The ‘Rule of Law’ Has No Legal Basis
» Polish PM Morawiecki: “a Loud ‘Yes’ To the European Union and a Strong ‘No’ To Punishing Sanction Mechanisms
» Romanians Angry After Tesco Puts Up Theft Warning in Their Language
» Survey: Poles Want to Remain in EU But Keep Their Country’s Sovereignty
» The British Library Adds George Orwell, Byron, And More to Dubious List of Shame
» UK Supreme Court Judge Slams ‘Totalitarian’ COVID ‘Control Freaks’ In Government
» UK: ‘Prolific’ Paedophile Pleads Guilty to Abusing and Blackmailing 96 Boys
» UK: Jihadi Bride ‘Real and Current Threat to National Security’, Supreme Court Hears
» Wages in Czechia Grow Twice as Fast as in Germany
 
Middle East
» Netanyahu Warns Against Reengaging With Iran, In Apparent Message to Biden
 
South Asia
» Christian Girl, 14, Is Being Threatened by Islamist Death Squads in Pakistan for Fleeing Forced Marriage to Muslim Man, 45 — as Thousands Sign Petition to Give Her Asylum
 
Far East
» Pope’s New Book Criticizes China’s Treatment of Uighur Muslims
» The Philippines Wants to Outlaw Child Marriage. But in Muslim-Majority Bangsamoro, Change Will be Hard
» UK Sent £81 Million in Foreign Aid to Communist China: Report
 
Australia — Pacific
» First Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine Could be Given Out to Australians Before Christmas — With One Last Approval Needed to Produce the Jab
» Melbourne May be COVID Free But Life is Far From Normal in the Victorian Capital. Wayne Flower Reports on a City Still Deeply Scarred by Months of Isolation
» Pub Owners Back Down After Sparking Outrage by Calling Young Workers ‘Whiny’ And ‘Self-Entitled’ — But Insist They Are Right About Cancel Culture and Millennials Being ‘Offended by Everything’
» Qantas Airways CEO Says COVID Vaccination Will be Mandatory for Travel
» Student Artist Sparks Fury by Saying War Crimes Report ‘Shows Australia’s Character’ And Arguing Mental Health Helplines Shouldn’t be Displayed for Struggling Veterans
 
Latin America
» Mexico City Abandons Compulsory Coronavirus Track and Trace After Citizens Refuse to be Tracked
 
Immigration
» Albanian Driver Crashes Through Border Crossing to Illegally Enter Greece
» Biden’s Secretary of State Nominee Previously Appeared on Sesame Street to Promote Refugee Immigration
» Over 8,000 Illegal Boat Migrants Land in the UK This Year, As 60 More Arrive at Dover
 
Culture Wars
» Child Abuse? HBO Max Documentary Celebrates 4-Year-Old Boy’s Transgender Identity
» Federal Court Ruling Allows TX, LA to Deny Medicaid Funding to Planned Parenthood
» Global Vaccine Passport Will be Required for Travel
» Google Photos is Working on Feature That Allows Users to Flag “Misleading” Shared Albums
» ‘Great Reset: ‘ Global Conspiracy or Hive Mind?
» New Arkansas Bill to Criminalize Nearly All Forms of Abortions
» Survey Finds 20% of Churchgoers Have Not Attended or Watched a Service Since Pandemic Began
 

Dow 30,000 Makes History, S&P Hits Fresh Record on Yellen, Vaccine Optimism

U.S. equity markets rallied sharply Tuesday, catapulting the Dow Jones Industrial Average to above the 30,000 level for the first time as the S&P 500 also booked a fresh record.

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

Illinois Voters Reject ‘Fair Tax’ Amendment

In a blow to Gov. J.B. Pritzker and to his hopes of injecting billions of dollars more revenue into the state budget, Illinois voters rejected a constitutional amendment to overhaul how the state taxes income — a result that portends budget cuts, an overall income tax hike, or a combination of both.

With 98% of precincts reporting Wednesday morning, the question was trailing 55% to 45% in favor — a hurdle too high to clear, even as outstanding ballots continue to be counted.

[Comment: Article dated Nov 4, 2020. The referendum was whether to amend the Illinois State Constitution to allow a progressive income tax. The proposed amendment lost.]

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

79% of Trump Voters Believe “Illegal Voting and Fraud Stole This Election, “ Poll Shows

A recently conducted Politico poll shows that 79% of Trump voters believe the 2020 election results are illegitimate.

When asked “Do you believe this election was stolen?” only 21% of self-identified Trump voters selected “No, the election results are valid” as their answer. The rest opted for the response, “Yes, illegal voting and fraud stole this election.”

Among Biden voters, 88% responded that “the election results are valid,” and 12% responded that the election was stolen.

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

ABC Journalist Jonathan Karl Caught in Yet Another Moment of Mask Hypocrisy

ABC’s Chief News Correspondent Jonathan Karl, who has tried to ‘mask shame’ others in the past, was caught in another moment of hypocrisy after he was seen removing his mask inside the White House press room immediately after the press briefing ended.

“ABC’s @JonKarl thought all the cameras were off, so he removes his mask while still in the White House briefing room, proving for the millionth time the media hacks are the ultimate hypocrites,” tweeted Mark Dice.

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

AG of Kentucky Joins With School, Religious Liberty Legal Group to Sue Gov. Beshear Over Religious School Shutdown

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined with Danville Christian Academy to sue Gov. Andy Beshear over an executive order issued November 18 that demands all grade schools in the state switch to virtual learning.

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

Analysis of Votes in Illinois Makes No Sense — Indicates Election Fraud Occurred Across the Entire Country

The election fraud in the 2020 campaign occurred across the country and it appears that 3rd Party candidates’ accounts were used in the big shift of votes from Trump and the 3rd party candidates to Biden within the system. Here is what we shared:…

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Are the Republicans Writing Their Own Political Obituaries?

Having your win stolen blatantly and yet concede it without a fight is not a sign of the moral high ground. Instead, it is a death sentence to your political future.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Armed Baltimore Gangs Target Delivery Drivers in Recent Wave of Carjackings and Robberies

As the coronavirus pandemic drives online holiday shopping — USPS, FedEx, UPS, and Amazon delivery workers distribute more mail and packages than ever. The increased number of deliveries has left delivery vans densely packed with a treasure trove of consumer goods and other valuable items, which have become sitting ducks for armed criminal gangs.

Armed criminal gangs in Baltimore City have recognized the online shopping boom. They’re giving up on robbing brick and mortar stores and have now opted to hijack or rob delivery service vehicles.

Just this week alone, there’s been a series of mail and package delivery drivers targeted in lawless Baltimore City.

According to FOX45 News, the first incident occurred on Monday along Mosher Street, in west Baltimore, an area known for criminal gangs, widespread homicides, and out of control opioid crisis. Investigators said armed suspects hijacked a USPS mail carrier. The van was recovered hours later, but it appears the suspects were able to loot it. USPS is offering a $50,000 reward for any information about the gang involved.

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

Biden’s New Tech Advisor Wants to Hold Big Tech Accountable for Hosting “Misinformation”

Bruce Reed, described as a veteran operative and Joe Biden’s top technology adviser, will have a “major role” in Biden’s proposed administration, reports are saying.

Significantly, Reed made his opinions about the now controversial and much debated Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act (CDA) known in a book he co-authored and published leading up to the US presidential election. In the book, he was critical of the legislation — but from a point of view distinctly aligned with his political background. Now many are eager to see how that would translate into Biden’s policy going forward.

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

CDC Director Says Coronavirus Vaccine Will be Available “By the End of the Second Week in December”

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield says a coronavirus vaccine will start to become available in the United States “probably by the end of the second week in December.”

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

CDC Tells Americans to Avoid Alcohol and Singing During Thanksgiving Gatherings

The CDC has published a lengthy list of guidelines for how people should behave at Thanksgiving gatherings, including avoiding singing, keeping noise levels down and limiting alcohol consumption.

Basically, anything fun is frowned upon ‘because COVID’.

The guidelines appear on the official CDC website under the heading ‘Holiday Celebrations and Small Gatherings’ and include literally dozens of “considerations for small gatherings of family and friends.”

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

Cuomo Slammed for Inviting His Mother and Daughters for Thanksgiving

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been accused of hypocrisy after he revealed he would be inviting family over for Thanksgiving, despite warning New Yorkers against doing the same.

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

Delingpole: The Green Agenda IS the Great Reset

The green agenda IS the Great Reset. One of the few political leaders who gets this is President Donald Trump.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Do Trump Supporters Live in an Alternate Universe?

It is instructive to make a list of “Things That Are True,” as asserted by the leftist media, and contrast it with the “Delusions” commonly held by the foolish Trump supporters.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Doctors Urge CDC to Warn Public of Uncomfortable Coronavirus Vaccine Side Effects

Doctors from the American Medical Association are pressing public health officials to ensure that drug-makers like Pfizer and Moderna are transparent with the public about the potential side-effects associated with the upcoming coronavirus vaccines.

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

Elon Musk Passes Bill Gates to Become Second-Richest Man in the World

Following another surge in the share price of Tesla, the company’s co-founder Elon Musk has rocketed past Microsoft’s Bill Gates to become the second richest person in the world. With a net worth now standing at $127.9 billion, only Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is wealthier than Musk.

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

Final Election Results Show One Cook County Judge Lost Her Seat, Others Hold on by a Thread

Three weeks after Election Day, final tallies show that Cook County Circuit Judge Jackie Portman-Brown lost her retention bid by less than 12,000 votes, while Judge John Mahoney III held onto his seat by about 2,100 votes.

Officials in Chicago and suburban Cook County submitted Tuesday their final counts to the Illinois State Board of Elections, which will then certify the results Dec. 4.

Judges up for retention need 60% “yes” votes to keep their seats. This election marked the second in a row in which voters tossed a judge after not having done so for nearly three decades.

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

Globalist Mattis: Biden Should ‘Eliminate America First’ Policy

Globalist general James Mattis has called on Joe Biden to ‘eliminate’ the America first policy instituted by President Trump where foreign policy is concerned, claiming that it has ‘damaged’ US national security.

Mattis, who served as Secretary of Defense under Trump from 2017 until last year, is still annoyed that Trump refused to carry on the endless war policy in the middle east, instead ordering troop drawdowns.

In an op-ed published by Foreign Affairs, Mattis writes that “The United States today is undermining the foundations of an international order manifestly advantageous to U.S. interests, reflecting a basic ignorance of the extent to which both robust alliances and international institutions provide vital strategic depth.”

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

Gov. Brown Says People Should Call Police on COVID-19 Violators

PORTLAND, Ore. — Days before Thanksgiving, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said she believes residents who know their neighbors are violating the most recent round of COVID-19 protocols, which includes capping the number of people allowed in your home at six, should call the police.

“This is no different than what happens if there’s a party down the street and it’s keeping everyone awake,” Brown said in an interview Friday. “What do neighbors do [in that case]? They call law enforcement because it’s too noisy. This is just like that. It’s like a violation of a noise ordinance.”

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

It’s in the Code: Hanky-Panky in Virginia’s Votes

Hundreds of thousands of “votes lost,” a sure indicator of fraud, even though those votes are not being recounted, nor are there legal challenges.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Leftists Threaten Violence Against Those Supporting Honest Elections

Officials in Wayne County, Michigan, were on the verge of doing the right thing the other day by deadlocking a vote to certify its obviously fraudulent election results. They ended up backtracking, however, after receiving threats of violence from raging leftists who insist that Joe Biden is the ri ghtful winner.

The initial vote by the Wayne County Board of Canvassers was 2-2, an exact split along party lines, with the two Republicans pointing out that “irregularities” were observed with the absentee ballot count. A whopping 93 of Detroit’s 134 absentee counting boards, or 70 percent, they revealed, saw mi smatches of “anywhere from one to more than four votes,” necessitating further investigation.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to ISIS

SAN ANTONIO — A man pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge to provide material support to ISIS in San Antonio on Tuesday.

34-year-old Kristopher Sean Matthews (aka Ali Jibreel) admitted to conspiring to provide material support to the designated foreign terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham/Syria (aka ISIS), announced Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney Gregg N. Sofer for the Western District of Texas, and FBI Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs, San Antonio Division.

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

Mike Bloomberg Gun Control Group Descends on Georgia to Back Democrat Ossoff

Democrat Senate candidate Jon Ossoff (GA) is endorsed by the Mike Bloomberg-founded gun control group, Everytown for Gun Safety.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Minneapolis Facing Higher Crime, Police Exodus Six Months After George Floyd’s Death

George Floyd died almost six months ago in Minneapolis, MN. The city council voted to dismantle the police department, social justice warriors demanded reforms, and rioters destroyed property across the city.

Not much has changed in six months.

The police department still exists, but the city council slashed its budget by $14 million.

Without the resources and the lack of respect, police officers have left Minneapolis in droves. The force had 888 members. More than a hundred officers have left since May.

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

Mysterious Metal Monolith Discovered in Remote Area of Utah Desert

UPDATE: 4chan has discovered the location of the Utah monolith. It sat there for over 4 years unnoticed.

As if 2020 couldn’t get any more bizarre, a mysterious Space Odyssey-style metal monolith has been discovered in a remote area of the Utah desert.

While state workers were counting bighorn sheep from a helicopter, they spotted something out of place — a 12 feet tall metal monolith that had been installed in a secluded area of rock.

The Utah Department of Public Safety said the object was found in a “very remote” area of the desert, deliberately withholding its location to prevent people from attempting to visit.

“It is illegal to install structures or art without authorization on federally managed public lands, no matter what planet you’re from,” said the department’s statement.

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

New York City to Enforce Vehicle Checkpoints, Self-Quarantine for Travelers

New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito says there will be vehicle checkpoints at key bridges and crossings and the travel quarantine will be strictly enforced.

Spot checks of out-of-state buses will be conducted when riders are dropped off at the curb. Test and tracing teams will be on hand to direct individuals to testing sites and provide quarantine education.

Travelers must either quarantine for 14 days or test out, and violations of self-quarantine may include fines of $1,000 to $2,000.

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

Nursing Home Coronavirus Outbreaks Reach a Record High

COVID-19 is spreading quickly inside long-term care facilities in the Midwest and the Great Plains, bringing the number of nursing home outbreaks to a record high.

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

Ohio Restaurant Receives a $3,000 Tip From a Customer as it Voluntarily Closes for Pandemic

Upon voluntarily closing due to the pandemic, a restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio, received a $3,000 tip from a man who ordered a single beer.

On Sunday, the customer walked into Nighttown and ordered the beer. He then asked for the check, which came to $7.02.

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

Outrage as George Floyd Exhibit is Opened at Holocaust Museum

“Can someone explain why a Holocaust museum has an exhibit for anything other than the Holocaust?”

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Poll: 53% of Americans Would Vote for Donald Trump in 2024 Republican Primary

A new poll by Morning Consult/Politico has found that 53% of Americans would vote for Donald Trump if he ran for president again in the 2024 Republican primary.

Respondents were asked, “If the 2024 Republican primary were being held today, for whom would you vote?”

Out of all the candidates listed, Trump is easily the most popular, with 53% of respondents saying they would vote for him.

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

Strange Georgia Guidestones Receive Fresh Attention in the Age of the Pandemic

Mysterious stone monuments in Georgia that call for a drastic reduction in the earth’s population are receiving fresh attention in light of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The Georgia Guidestones were built in 1980 at a cost of $500,000 dollars on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans” who remain anonymous to this day, but is believed to include philanthropist and population control-enthusiast Ted Turner.

Turner has repeatedly advocated for a 95 percent population reduction and attends weird confabs with the likes of Bill Gates and George Soros to discuss how globalists could use their wealth to “slow the growth of the world’s population.”

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

Subjects Vandalize Vehicle Without Provocation (Photo)

On November 23, 2020, at 7:11 p.m., an officer from Central Precinct responded to a vandalism call by telephone. The victim in the incident told the officer a group of unknown subjects shattered the windshield of their vehicle.

The victim stated he was dropping someone off downtown when he had to drive through the area of Pioneer Square. There was a candlelight vigil at Pioneer Square attended by about 60 people. An additional 20 people wearing all black with helmets also arrived. The victim said he was driving through the intersection of Southwest 6th Ave and Morrison St when he saw about seven adult males crossing the street. The victim said he had a green light but saw the group, so he slowed and then stopped to let the group pass.

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

SV40 and Vaccine Contamination

As the world races to fast-track a COVID-19 vaccine, bringing an experimental shot to market faster than has ever occurred in history, the potential risks of medical procedures like vaccination must be carefully weighed. Unintended harms can and do occur following vaccination, and the inactivated a nd live polio vaccines are prime examples.

From 1955 to 1963, hundreds of millions of people worldwide — in North and South America, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa — received polio vaccines that may have been contaminated with simian virus 40 (SV40), a monkey virus.1 The video above is a decade old, but it succinctly summarizes the serious consequences that can occur from vaccine contamination — consequences that may not be realized until many years later.

In the video, Dr. John Bergsagel, then a pediatric oncologist, looks at laboratory slides of tumors taken from children who died of extremely rare brain cancers. When SV40-like DNA sequences were detected in them, he said, “I almost fell out of my chair. I was very surprised.”

The finding, published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 1992, revealed that half the choroid plexus tumors and most of the ependymomas studied contained a segment of T-antigen gene related to SV40.

“These results suggest that SV40 or a closely related virus may have an etiologic role in the development of these neoplasms during childhood,” they wrote2 — and this was only the beginning of findings linking monkey virus-contaminated polio vaccines to cancer.

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Thousands of Hasidic Jews Attend Secret Wedding in Brooklyn, Organizers Fined $15,000

A Hasidic wedding in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, drew thousands of guests on November 8, and went off without a hitch thanks to intense secrecy to conceal the event from authorities.

But local authorities have levied a fine of $15,000 against the wedding’s organizers. Following the event, an Orthodox Jewish newspaper published an account of the event and the lengths community leaders took to keep it a secret.

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

Trump Vows to Continue Election Legal Challenges Despite GSA Cooperation With Biden Team

President Trump made it clear Monday that he is not giving up the legal fight over the 2020 presidential election, even though the General Services Administration said Monday it will begin working with the Biden team on a transition of power.

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

Twitter Says it Will Make Biden @Potus, Regardless of Election Outcome

Tech company will meet with Biden transition team.

[Comment: In this not sedition?]

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Twitter Wants to Discourage Users From Sharing Tweets it Has “Disputed” With New Warning

Although it initially announced that inserting itself and its opinions into the way people use the platform would be limited to the US election, Twitter’s intrusive behavior continues even weeks after.

It started with adding labels that could declare content coming from US politicians as “misleading,” and this soon turned out to be mostly about Donald Trump and curbing his ability to effectively communicate using the social network.

Ahead of the vote, if a user wanted to retweet such messages, they would see warnings that this was, according to Twitter, “misleading information.”

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

Two Fronts: Ellis Says Sidney Powell Will Build Case Against Dominion While Campaign Exposes Democrat Voter Fraud

Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani will focus on easily provable election official fraud while Sidney Powell builds a case against Dominion

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Video: CNN Declares Trump Will Form ‘Shadow Government’, Hold ‘Counter Inaugural’

In a deranged segment, CNN pundit Douglas Brinkley predicted that President Trump will form a ‘shadow government’ and hold his own ‘counter inauguration’ in January, in an attempt at ‘sedition’ and an overthrow of US democracy.

Brinkley, who calls himself a ‘presidential historian’, proclaimed that Trump is going to “create a kind of second shadow government out of Mar-a-Lago”.

He added that Trump’s co-conspirator in chief will be talk radio host Rush Limbaugh.

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

Violent Portland Antifa ID’d as 35-Year-Old Trans Woman

The Post Millennial can report the verified identity of one of the masked Antifa militants involved in pepper-spraying people at a pro-police protest in Portland last week.

Isabel Rosa Araujo, formerly known as Philip Vincent Haskins-Delici, is a 35-year-old Portland-based transsexual Antifa militant with a history of extremism. Araujo was part of a group of around 20 Antifa in black bloc who confronted a small conservative pro-police rally last Thursday afternoon in downtown Portland. The two sides argued with each other outside the Justice Center before Araujo, who was wearing a gas mask, used bear mace against one of the right-wing protesters. She was not arrested for assault.

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

Washington State University Hosts Speaker Who Says Thanksgiving is Full of Stereotypes of Indigenous People

A professor of Indigenous Nations Studies who spoke at Washington State University said that Thanksgiving is full of stereotypes aimed at indigenous people.

According to the Daily Evergreen, on Nov. 10, Washington State University hosted Portland State University Professor of Indigenous Nations Studies Cornel Pewewardy, who spoke on Thanksgiving and the views of Indigenous people surrounding it.

Pewewardy discussed Thanksgiving being a holiday that is not celebrating a harvest shared by pilgrims and Native Americans, but a disturbing commercialization of it.

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

Why Industrial Scale Fraud is Just So Hard to Hide

The bigger the fraud, the harder it is to hide and thus the greater probability it is all going to come out.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

YouTube Suspends and Demonetizes OAN for “COVID-19 Misinformation”

YouTube has suspended One America News Network (OANN) from uploading and live streaming for a week, demonetized its channel, and given it a strike for posting a video that violated YouTube’s strict “COVID-19 misinformation” rules.

YouTube spokesperson Ivy Choi told Axios that the video-sharing platform took action against OANN because it posted a video promoting a COVID-19 cure.

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

Zuck Personally Signed Off on Algorithm Manipulation Towards Establishment, Legacy Media

Facebook has taken another decision that favors news outlets it thinks are “credible” — such as CNN, NPR, and the New York Times over smaller, independent media.

The Big Tech giant has introduced a “news ecosystem quality” metric that is internally used in the company to judge a certain news outlet and decide if that needs to be preferred over the rest. This new change is a response to the huge surge of what Facebook thinks is “misinformation” on the platform post the US presidential elections, as reported by the Times.

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

Belgian Police Will Knock on Doors at Christmas to Enforce Coronavirus Rules

Belgian Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden has warned her fellow countrymen that police will knock on doors at Christmas if needed to enforce Wuhan coronavirus measures.

The Interior Minister stated that law enforcement would make sure to enforce the strict Wuhan coronavirus lockdown measures even on Christmas Day, saying that “If necessary, if there is a lot of noise, for example, the police will knock on doors.”

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

Concern After European ‘Anti-Hate’ Group Boss Discussed ‘Necessity’ of Killing White People

Mamadou Ba, head of the Portuguese “anti-hate” group SOS Racismo, spoke of the need to “kill the white man” at a recent online conference on “hate speech”.

Ba, a Portuguese citizen originally from Senegal, attended the conference on Saturday which was on the topic of “Racism and the Advancement of Hate Speech in the World”.

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Global Transport Body Developing “Travel Pass” App to Link Proof of Vaccination to Passports

The world’s largest air transport lobby group is developing a global ‘COVID travel pass’ app that will link vaccination status and coronavirus test results to a person’s travel documents.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents airlines all over the world, has announced that its app will be trialed by British Airways’ parent company IAG SA before the end of the year, with the full roll out expected to be in the first months of 2021.

It will be available for all Apple and Android mobile devices and will display an electronic version of a person’s passport along with official ‘proof of vaccination’ and test results.

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Greece’s Tourism Revenue Down 78 Percent in First Nine Months of 2020

According to the Bank of Greece, tourism revenues fell 78.2% and there was a 77.2% drop in arrivals over the first nine months of 2020.

This is attributed to the covid-19 pandemic.

Furthermore, travel receipts this year amount to €3.51 billion, after a 73.4% annual contraction in takings from European Union citizens and an 83% slump from non-EU visitors.

Faring slightly better in comparison with other markets were those of France and Germany, from where travel receipts fell 68.9% and 69.4% respectively from 2019.

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Oxford English Dictionary Passes on Single “Word of the Year, “ Selects Many for 2020

The Oxford English Dictionary has opted against declaring its 2020 “Word of the Year,” saying that the rapidly changing environment of the chaotic year made it impossible to select just one. In 2019, the OED determined “climate emergency” was worthy of the designation, just as “toxic” was in 2018.

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Poland’s “Women’s Strike” Slammed After Sharing Image of Burning Church

The official Facebook account of the “Women’s Strike” is facing criticism after it posted an illustration of a burning church and subtitled it “Women’s Hell”. The account was drawing attention to the fact that while churches were open during the coronavirus pandemic, theaters were closed.

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Polish MEP: The ‘Rule of Law’ Has No Legal Basis

Is there any precise definition for rule of law in Brussels? The issue of grave importance considering the European Union is attempting to link funding from the EU budget with compliance with rule of law.

According to Law and Justice party (PiS) MEP and former Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski, he put forward a motion requesting the European Commission offer a definition of the so-called “rule of law” but says that he not given a proper answer.

The Polish MEP explained that the response he had received from the Commission was given in very bureaucratic language, according to Polish news outlet Nasz Dziennik.

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Polish PM Morawiecki: “a Loud ‘Yes’ To the European Union and a Strong ‘No’ To Punishing Sanction Mechanisms

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki denounced claims that the government allegedly wants to take Poland out of the European Union in a Facebook post yesterday as the conflict over EU attempts to tie rule-of-law issues to funding allocation rages on.

“We give a loud ‘yes’ for the European Union and a strong ‘no’ to punishing mechanisms. We are in favor of abiding European treaties, but it must be made clear that no one will be forcing us to carry out the vision of others,” Morawiecki wrote.

[Comment: Join the Brexit club. Then, you won’t have to worry about punishing sanction mechanisms.]

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Romanians Angry After Tesco Puts Up Theft Warning in Their Language

Romanians living in the United Kingdom are angered by Tesco’s recent move to put up theft warnings in the Romanian language in their shops, with critics saying the move is “blatantly racist and xenophobic”. The story became public after a Romanian woman living in the country posted on Facebook an image of the warning on Saturday and it was subsequently published in Romanian media.

“Tesco just put up a notice in Romanian language saying ‘notice for store thieves, you will be legally prosecuted if caught stealing’. This is happening in a store in the UK,” Iolanda M. B. Costide posted. “Targeting a certain nationality feels blatantly racist and xenophobic. I know we have certain disgusting individuals that don’t give us any pride, but there’s (sic) the likes of them in any country, any nationality.”

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Survey: Poles Want to Remain in EU But Keep Their Country’s Sovereignty

According to a survey carried out by the Institute for Social Research and Market (IBRiS) for Rzeczpospolita, 81.1 percent of Poles would vote for remaining in the EU in a referendum concerning Poland’s EU membership.

Only 11 percent would vote to leave and 7.9 percent were undecided.

[Comment: Well, Poles are trying to ‘square the circle’, which cannot be done. In mathematics, squaring the circle was proven to be impossible: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squaring_the_circle]

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The British Library Adds George Orwell, Byron, And More to Dubious List of Shame

The British Library has added George Orwell, Lord Bryon, Ted Hughes, and others to a list of shame for cultural figures with supposed links to slavery.

George Orwell, real name Eric Arthur Blair, is perhaps most famous for his books Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four, was an anti-imperialist and a socialist — although not one who was afraid to call our the wrongdoings of contemporary communist regimes and their apologists — but the British Library saw fit to add him to its shame list because he had a great-grandfather who owned slaves in the Caribbean.

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UK Supreme Court Judge Slams ‘Totalitarian’ COVID ‘Control Freaks’ In Government

“Coercing the entire population is morally and constitutionally indefensible in a country which is not yet a totalitarian state, like China.”

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UK: ‘Prolific’ Paedophile Pleads Guilty to Abusing and Blackmailing 96 Boys

One of Britain’s “most prolific” paedophiles pled guilty on Monday to 96 counts of child sexual abuse against 51 boys between the age of four to fourteen.

An investigation carried out by Britain’s equivalent to the FBI, the National Crime Agency (NCA) found evidence that David Nicholas Wilson, 36, of Norfolk, created a series of fake identities online to blackmail at least 5,000 children in the UK and abroad, including in America and Australia.

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UK: Jihadi Bride ‘Real and Current Threat to National Security’, Supreme Court Hears

The Home Office has told the UK’s Supreme Court that Shamima Begum is a “real and current threat to national security”, as the jihadi bride fights to return to Britain to challenge the removal of her British citizenship in person.

Begum left London in 2015, along with two other Muslim girls, for Islamic State-controlled Syria in order to marry a jihadist when she was 15 years old. Begum was discovered in a Kurdish-run refugee camp housing other ISIS wives and children in February 2019 as the caliphate crumbled. Shortly after, the Home Office stripped Begum, whose parents originated from Bangladesh, of her British citizenship, reasoning she has not been illegally made stateless, given her supposed inherited second nationality.

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Wages in Czechia Grow Twice as Fast as in Germany

According to Purple Trading brokerage company, compared to neighboring countries, wages in the Czech Republic grown the most, with Germany recording the slowest growth.

Over the last decade, wages in the Czech Republic have risen by 51 percent, which is the most compared to neighboring countries. Wages in Czechia are growing almost twice as fast as in Germany or Slovakia.

The slowest wage growth is in Germany, where it reached 26.5 percent in the last ten years. Slovakia follows with a growth of 27.1 percent. The pace of growth in Slovakia slowed significantly in 2008 when it started using the euro currency. In Poland, wages rose by 34 percent, while in Austria, they increased by 36.9 percent since 2010.

However, nominally, wages in Czechia still remains far below Germany, where the gross monthly income reaches €4,055, which is 193 percent more than in the Czech Republic. Austria is behind Germany with an average wage of €3,821 while Czechia’s is €1,305. In Poland, the monthly income is about €1,127, while in Slovakia, it is €1,029, amounting to 13.7 percent and 21.1 percent less, respectively, than in the Czech Republic.

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Netanyahu Warns Against Reengaging With Iran, In Apparent Message to Biden

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in an apparent message to US President-elect Joe Biden and his team, warned on Sunday against reengaging with Iran on the 2015 nuclear deal.

“We will not allow Iran to get nuclear weapons,” Netanyahu said at an annual memorial event for Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, in the southern kibbutz Sde Boker where Ben-Gurion lived.

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Christian Girl, 14, Is Being Threatened by Islamist Death Squads in Pakistan for Fleeing Forced Marriage to Muslim Man, 45 — as Thousands Sign Petition to Give Her Asylum

Campaigners are urging Boris Johnson to offer asylum to a 14-year-old Christian girl being hunted by Islamist death squads in Pakistan after fleeing her forced marriage to a Muslim man 30 years her senior.

Catholic altar server Maira Shahbaz, who was abducted at gunpoint and gang-raped before her wedding, is in hiding after being accused of apostasy for breaking off the marriage — an offence punishable by death in Islam.

More than 9,000 people have signed a petition asking the Prime Minister to grant the teenager and her family asylum in Britain to save her from ‘certain death’. Her supporters cite parallels with the case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian who was hounded by Islamic vigilantes on her release from prison after bogus blasphemy charges.

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Pope’s New Book Criticizes China’s Treatment of Uighur Muslims

Pope Francis offers his first public criticism of the Chinese government’s treatment of Uighur Muslims, in “Let Us Dream,” a book slated for release on December 1.

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The Philippines Wants to Outlaw Child Marriage. But in Muslim-Majority Bangsamoro, Change Will be Hard

Ayesha Merdeka wants child marriages to be a thing of the past. They aren’t an abstract concept to her — they are the reality she has lived with for more than three decades after her grand wedding at the age of 15 made a splash in newspapers and magazines across the Philippines.

She is a member of a politically influential clan in what is now the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) — where most of the 3.8 million residents are Muslim, in contrast with the rest of the predominantly Catholic country — and hers was the first Muslim Maranao-style wedding to be held in the capital, Manila.

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UK Sent £81 Million in Foreign Aid to Communist China: Report

The United Kingdom has reportedly been sending millions of pounds sterling to the communist Chinese state in foreign aid, subsidising one of the world’s largest economies as well as one of the most totalitarian regimes on Earth.

Despite the growing tension between the two countries over China’s violation of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong and the UK’s decision to ban Chinese telecom Huawei from its 5G network, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government has continued to ship millions to the dictatorship in Beijing.

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First Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine Could be Given Out to Australians Before Christmas — With One Last Approval Needed to Produce the Jab

One of the leading Covid-19 vaccines could be administered to Australians before Christmas and is currently being made in Australia.

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Melbourne May be COVID Free But Life is Far From Normal in the Victorian Capital. Wayne Flower Reports on a City Still Deeply Scarred by Months of Isolation

Melbourne remains trapped in a state of limbo as its COVID-wary population eases itself out of months of isolation.

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Pub Owners Back Down After Sparking Outrage by Calling Young Workers ‘Whiny’ And ‘Self-Entitled’ — But Insist They Are Right About Cancel Culture and Millennials Being ‘Offended by Everything’

Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham had lashed out at millennials in a fiery interview and said work-life balance was ‘one of the most dangerous terms young people have been introduced to.’

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Qantas Airways CEO Says COVID Vaccination Will be Mandatory for Travel

“We will ask people to have a vaccination before they can get on the aircraft.”

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Student Artist Sparks Fury by Saying War Crimes Report ‘Shows Australia’s Character’ And Arguing Mental Health Helplines Shouldn’t be Displayed for Struggling Veterans

Bobuq Sayed, a non-binary queer youth worker whose parents are Afghan refugees, referred to the Brereton report into alleged Australian war crimes in Afghanistan that was made public last week

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Mexico City Abandons Compulsory Coronavirus Track and Trace After Citizens Refuse to be Tracked

No, thanks was the response many residents gave to the government’s plan for compulsory contact tracing through a QR code system in Mexico City. Privacy is a concern in Mexico as the government does not have a good track record of respecting citizens’ rights and citizens weren’t going to put up with any contact tracing.

On November 13, the local government of Mexico City tweeted that contact tracing through a QR code system would be compulsory at public places such as restaurants.

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Albanian Driver Crashes Through Border Crossing to Illegally Enter Greece

Determined to make any sacrifice to enter Greece, an Albanian drove through and broke a toll bar at the border crossing in Kakavia.

Late Sunday night, the Albanian stepped on the accelerator and broke the metal traffic control bars of the Passport Control Department and Kakavia Customs and continued to drive.

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Biden’s Secretary of State Nominee Previously Appeared on Sesame Street to Promote Refugee Immigration

Joe Biden’s secretary of state nominee Antony Blinken, who is currently receiving lavish praise from the media for being the quintessential “internationalist,” previously appeared on Sesame Street to promote refugee immigration to America.

Blinken is being hailed by some legacy media outlets as something akin to the second coming.

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Over 8,000 Illegal Boat Migrants Land in the UK This Year, As 60 More Arrive at Dover

Over 8,000 illegal boat migrants have landed on British shores since the start of the year, as another 60 migrants were brought ashore at the Port of Dover on Monday.

As the recent spate of cold and windy weather eased, small rubber boats full of illegal migrants began to cross the English Channel from France in the early hours of the morning.

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Child Abuse? HBO Max Documentary Celebrates 4-Year-Old Boy’s Transgender Identity

This month, HBO Max released the documentary Transhood, a film celebrating transgender identity for children as young as age four. According to director/producer Sharon Liese, the film’s central characters — children ages 4, 7, 12, and 15 — “redefine ‘coming of age.’“ Many conservatives rightly condemned the film as “child abuse,” launching a Twitter hashtag “#BoycottHBO.”

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Federal Court Ruling Allows TX, LA to Deny Medicaid Funding to Planned Parenthood

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled Monday that Texas and Louisiana both are allowed to stop sending Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood.

The ruling reverses lower court decisions on cases specific to the two states and also applies to Mississippi, which falls under the appeals court’s jurisdiction.

Eleven of the court’s 14 judges joined together to provide a majority decision. In 2017, the court heard an appeal related to Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood in Louisiana and tied 7-7. Since then, six judges nominated by President Trump have joined the court. Four participated in the most recent case and voted in the majority in Monday’s decision. One of the other Trump nominees was recused from the case and another did not join the court soon enough to participate.

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Global Vaccine Passport Will be Required for Travel

Around the world, there’s considerable resistance against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, but even if the vaccine ends up being “voluntary,” refusing to take it will have severe implications for people who enjoy their freedom.

For months, the writing has been on the wall: Forced vaccination is part and parcel of the plan to “reset” the global economic system, forever altering life as we know it along the way. Now, global vaccine passports are in fact being introduced, and it’s only a matter of time before vaccination sta tus will be a prerequisite for travel.

Just how voluntary is it if you have to have the COVID-19 vaccine if you ever want to leave the country — or perhaps even state — in which you live, at any point during the rest of your life?

CommonPass

CommonPass is a digital “health passport” framework initiated by The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum and The Rockefeller Foundation, which during the first week of July 2020 convened more than 350 leaders from the public and private sectors in 52 countries to design a common framework “for safe border reopening” around the world. The proposed framework involves the following:

Every nation must publish their health screening criteria for entry into the country using a standard format on a common framework Each country must register trusted facilities that conduct COVID-19 lab testing for foreign travel and administer vaccines listed in the CommonPass registry Each country will accept health screening status from foreign visitors through apps and services built on the CommonPass framework Patient identification is to be collected at the time of sample collection and/or vaccination using an international standard The CommonPass framework will be integrated into flight and hotel reservation and check-in processes

[Comment: Internal passports. The more appropritate name for the system is Commie Pass.]

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Google Photos is Working on Feature That Allows Users to Flag “Misleading” Shared Albums

Big Tech’s growing crackdown on “misinformation” and “misleading” content has reached the popular online photo storage service Google Photos.

App researcher Jane Manchum Wong has discovered that the service is working on the ability for users to report “misleading” shared albums.

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‘Great Reset: ‘ Global Conspiracy or Hive Mind?

Members of the progressive Hive likewise act on their own instincts and have their own code of communication.

[Comment: A hive mind with lucifer as the master controller.]

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New Arkansas Bill to Criminalize Nearly All Forms of Abortions

A new bill in Arkansas seeks to make nearly all forms of abortion a crime, with up to 10 years in prison and a $100,000 fine.

Sen. Jason Rapert and Rep. Mary Bentley are sponsoring Senate Bill 6, which will be taken up by lawmakers in the general legislative session beginning January 11. The bill seeks to only allow abortions when the mother’s life is threatened or to remove an ectopic pregnancy.

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Survey Finds 20% of Churchgoers Have Not Attended or Watched a Service Since Pandemic Began

A new survey from Barna Research paints a bleak outlook for churches in America, finding that nearly 1 in 5 churchgoers never attended a single service either in person or online since the beginning of the pandemic.

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22 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/24/2020

  1. Symbols for Quantas in Bigly style, just to show they mean it. 🙂
    https://michaelsmithnews.typepad.com/.a/6a0177444b0c2e970d0263e97a89f9200b-800wi
    Just

    Is Quantas is just a bit ahead of the play, or running as the guinea pig on how to do it as per the pic above.

    9News has learned new plans for international travellers – the Morrison Government will require anyone flying in from overseas to have proof of having the Coronavirus vaccine in their passport. #9News
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1331463711756849153
    25 seconds.

    What legal vaccine? Booster shots too?
    More testing?

    The control and carrot of who can travel and to where.

    So many governments are joining into the “health” system.

  2. “The Boiling Frog Effect”
    https://youtu.be/cmoduY8RYy4
    23 mins 53 secs. : • Nov 25, 2020 by “Computing Forever”

    Health passports, permanent wrist bands, looking like yearly vaccines?.
    Freedom passes, but you are not free if you can not get it as to be tested twice in a week like the “Florida nurse” (linked below) but look at those calculations.

    Your rights are only granted by the government, because the government took all your rights away, then give bits of “carrots” back, while whipping with fears.

    What is the price of your freedom?
    Your liberties are being robbed.
    Will you have to text authorities to leave home? as in Greece.

    Slowly alter inch by inch, etc.. etc… etc.. temporary? well new normal, as otherwise people will just immediately push back.
    Government supports small business’s, money etc,,, but they lies, , charades, to deceive.

    “A nation that prefers disgrace to danger, is prepared for a master and deserves one” – Alexander Hamilton
    ————————————— —- — –
    This nurse seems to be a good teacher of the “Modern Maths” of Covid-19

    Florida Nurse Blows The Lid Off Of How The COVID-19 #’s Are Inflated Via Re-Testing
    0:02 / 0:59
    6:08 PM · Nov 23, 2020

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1330740067493687296
    60 seconds

    Now did you figure that multiplication factor? Incredible.
    That just dwarfs that “Ri” number.
    —————-
    From a comment
    “I’m now more “scared” by my fellow slaves then I am of my masters or a virus.”

    So now I am more afraid of you now, as you could be a “turn coat” as one never knows, who is the stasi.

    • This is beyond!!, Europe will be Islamic state , sooner or later , thanks to traitors elite , EU. Was created for this , no borders, all criminals and reapists welcome by Merkel&CO, .. it’s so sad unfortunately..

    • These slave women deserve better treatment.
      Fewer witnesses and equal rights with the males slaves would be a start. Petitions and sacrifices to the great Norse gods.

    • You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet. 2020 a year of opportunity. Unfortun-
      ately fourth world brothel bred thinking couldn’t see that. Dumb blonds.

  3. OK, so let’s have Octoberfest with our turkey (the Pilgrims may have, Squanto asked for a beer when he first met them) and belt out “God Rest Ye Merry (peacefully) Gentlemen, let nothing you dismay……

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