Gates of Vienna News Feed 3/26/2021

Police in North Wales issued more than 950 fines for breach of COVID regulations during the most recent lockdown. Meanwhile, according to the latest polls, one out of three Danes will refuse to take any vaccination against the Wuhan Coronavirus.

In other news, murder rates across the USA rose by 30% last year in comparison with 2019.

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

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USA
» American Education: Child Indoctrination, Struggle Sessions and Debt Slavery
» Amid Setbacks, Prosecutors Abandon Some Claims in U.S. Capitol Riot Cases
» Arizona GOP Wants Felony for Protesters Who Damage Statues
» Biden Says He Has ‘No Idea if There Will be a Republican Party’ In the Year 2024
» Biden DHS Plotting to Put Opposition on ‘No Fly List, ‘ Label Them ‘Suspected Domestic Extremists’
» Bloomberg Writer: We Should Start Planning for a “Permanent Pandemic”
» Boom: Ohio Legislature Overrides DeWine’s Veto of Law Curtailing His Dictatorial COVID-19 Powers
» Congress Escalates Pressure on Tech Giants to Censor More, Threatening the First Amendment
» Dan Bongino Blasts Facebook’s “Fact-Checkers” For Unfairly Targeting His Posts
» Dem Rep. Schakowsky: ‘We’re Going to Regulate’ Tech Companies, And There Must be ‘Limitations’ On User Content
» Florida House Approves ‘Anti-Riot Bill’ That Takes Aim at Violent Protests
» Jeanie Marie Evans: Kansas Woman Dead Hours After Experimental mRNA Shot
» Kenosha Police: 55 More Charged for Violence During Protests
» Michigan AG Unleashes Political Diatribe Against Defiant Restaurant Owner (After Tucker Carlson Hit)
» More Sports Fans Than Ever Prefer Watching Highlights Instead of Live Games
» NBC Streaming Service Peacock is Working to Censor WWE Archives
» New York Times Horrified That Alex Jones Can Still be Found Via Google Podcasts
» Ohio State Employs 150 Diversity Officials. Now it Will Hire 50 Professors Focused on Social and Racial Justice.
» Parler Says it Tipped Off the Feds and Still Got Scapegoated
» Pelosi Says it’s Her “Right” to Seat and Unseat Any Member of Congress — as She Moves to Unseat Iowa Republican (Video)
» Police, Protesters Clash Over Sweep of Echo Park Homeless Encampment
» Potential 2024 GOP Presidential Candidates Head to Iowa to Canvass Voters
» Professor Sues After Losing Job Over Trump Supporter “Psychosis” Claim
» Rep. Ted Lieu Shouts at Congressional Witness Who Points Out Harvard’s Racial Bias Against Asian Americans
» Rock Climber’s Open Data Project in Jeopardy After False Copyright Claims
» Rutgers Becomes First Major University to Require COVID-19 Immunization for Students
» The COVID Narrative as an Occult Work of Art
» The Lies Continue: People Who Recovered From COVID-19 Months Ago Tallied as “COVID Deaths”
» The Sovietization of the United States of America
» U.S. Murder Rates Increased by 30% in 2020
» Unlike Other States, Florida Says No to Vaccine Passports
» USA Today ‘Race and Inclusion’ Editor Fired for Falsely Blaming White People for Boulder Shooting
» Video: Trump Responds to ‘Outrageous’ Biden Claims During ‘Ridiculous’ First Presser
» Wake Up! Ninth Circuit Court Just Ruled Against Constitution — Claims “Bearing Arms” In Public Not a Constitutional Right
» We Were Told Lockdown Would Last 3 Weeks. One Year on the Restrictions Are Getting Worse. It’s Insane
 
Canada
» Apology Accepted! We Fought Deplatforming — and We Won Against the Cancel Culture Mob!
» Canada’s Supreme Court Upholds Trudeau Climate Tax That Biden Wants to Mimic
» Exclusive: Bail Extended for Two Accused ISIS Terrorists in Calgary
» Lockdown Reports: We’re Going Back to Montreal This Weekend!
 
Europe and the EU
» Germany: Whistleblower Says Seven of 31 Nursing Home Residents Died Immediately After Forced Pfizer mRNA Shots
» Germany: Dictator Merkel Takes a Step Back After Issuing Draconian Lockdown Orders Over Easter
» Ilaria Pappa: 31-Year-Old Italian Professor Dead Three Weeks After AstraZeneca Viral Vector Shot
» Macron Warns Turkey Will Interfere in 2022 French Presidential Election
» Mohammed Removed From New Dutch Translation of Dante’s Inferno
» Police in North Wales Have Handed Out Over 950 Fines for COVID Breaches During Latest Lockdown
» Russia Not Viewed as a Security Threat to Hungary, Says Foreign Minister Szijjarto
» Spain: Extinction Rebellion Activists Stick Themselves Together and Block Road in Madrid
» Sweden Democrats Politician Receives Threatening Letter With a 9mm Bullet
» Third of Danes Reject COVID Vaccine
» UK: Almost 800 COVID Fines Issued in Hampshire Over Last Month
» UK: Campaigner Calls for 2 Year Lockdown, Government Permission to Leave House
» UK: Coronavirus Certificates Could be Needed for Work, Weddings, Theatres: Report
» UK: Govt Islamophobia Advisor Says Images of Muhammad Should be as Unacceptable as the N-Word
» UK: Supreme Court Judge Expects People Will be Forced to Wear Masks, Stay Home for Ten Years
» UK: Teacher in Hiding as Prophet Mohammed Protests Continue for Second Day
» UK: Teacher Who Showed Mohammed Pics to Class Under Police Protection: Report
» Wild Video: Mob Bombards French Police With Projectiles During Arrest
 
North Africa
» At Least 32 Dead and 84 Injured After Trains Collide in Egypt
 
South Asia
» With Islamist Extremism Going Unchecked, Christians Are Facing Rising Persecution in Bangladesh
 
Far East
» Bill Gates Has Been an Official Member of Chinese Academia for Years. And There’s More…
» Chinese Communists Impose Sanctions on British Politicians, Lawyers, Campaigners
» Former CDC Director Tells CNN Coronavirus Likely Escaped From Wuhan Lab
 
Australia — Pacific
» A Long Way From Hollywood! Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky Are Joined by Their a-List Friends Natalie Portman, Jeff Goldblum, Russell Crowe and Isla Fisher at a Rugby League Match in Sydney
» Chaos as Extinction Rebellion Protesters Hit the Streets Across Australia Once Again
» Confronting Images Show Half-a-Dozen Family Homes Being Washed Down the Swollen Hawkesbury River as Australia’s Once-in-a-Century Flood Rips Dwellings From Their Foundations
» ‘Sexual Consent Lessons’ To be Made Mandatory in All Schools in One State Amid Calls for ‘Respectful Relationship’ Classes to be Rolled Out Nationwide
» Teenage Boy Set to be Charged After Extinction Rebellion Protesters Stop Traffic on Melbourne Freeway
» Two-Bedroom Property Sells Just Six Hours After it Was Listed Thanks to Instagram — as Sydney Home Prices Rise an Average $1,156 a Day
 
Immigration
» America Being Herded Into Very Dark Times With Biden’s Immigration Policies Flooding Country With Infected Illegals While Democrats Pass the ‘Democrats Forever’ Bill
» Australia: Exclusive: Iraqi Refugee, 39, Sobs Hysterically in Court Saying ‘Only God Can Help Me’ As He Faces Jail and Being Deported for Raping a 22-Year-Old Woman in a Dark Sydney Laneway
» Belgian Journalists Back in Court Over Claims of Aiding Illegal Migration
» California Foster Parents Being Asked to Take in “26 or More” Migrant Children From the Border — “I Consider it Human Trafficking”
» Italian Authorities Evict Migrants, Antifa From Squat House
» Sweden’s Worrying Migrant-Rape Statistic Could Actually be Blamed on Women, Claims New Study
» Tory MP to Priti Patel: British Asylum System ‘Is a Complete Joke’
 
Culture Wars
» 6th Circuit Upholds First Amendment Rights of Shawnee State Professor
» Australia: Outrage as Young Boys Are Forced to Stand in School Assembly and ‘Apologise for Rapes Committed by Their Gender’ To Female Classmates
» Australian School Forces Young Boys to Collectively Apologize to Female Classmates for ‘Sexism’ And ‘Rape’
» Free Speech Friendly Video Sharing Platforms
» Legal Challenge to Stop Scottish Government Redefining ‘Woman’ Fails
» Sesame Street to Introduce ‘Black’ Muppets to Stop White Kids From Becoming Racist
» Study: Chemical That Causes Penises to Shrink Found in Face Masks
» The Denial of Evil
» UK: David Kurten Censored From Assembly When Mayor Sadiq Khan Refuses to Answer Question on Trans Ideology
» USA Today: Christian Values Are “Archaic”; Oral Roberts U. Should be Banned
 
General
» 17 Nations Ban COVID-19 Vaccine
 

American Education: Child Indoctrination, Struggle Sessions and Debt Slavery

Seemingly overnight, a large segment of America has gone insane. We’re not talking about the culture of paranoia and safety that has metastasized in the wake of COVID-19 hysteria. We’re talking about the ideological shift, particularly on cultural issues, that has occurred since the start of the Obama Administration.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Amid Setbacks, Prosecutors Abandon Some Claims in U.S. Capitol Riot Cases

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Prosecutors made some serious claims after the deadly U.S. Capitol attack, saying they had evidence rioters planned to kill elected officials, suggesting a Virginia man at the building received directives to gas lawmakers, and accusing another suspect of directing mayhem on Jan. 6 with encrypted messages.

But the Justice Department has since acknowledged in court hearings that some of its evidence concerning the riot — carried out by a mob of supporters of former President Donald Trump to try to overturn his election loss — is less damning than it initially indicated.

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

Arizona GOP Wants Felony for Protesters Who Damage Statues

PHOENIX (AP) — Republicans in the Arizona Legislature are reacting to last year’s wave of damage to Confederate monuments by civil rights protesters here and across the nation by working to make it a felony to damage or destroy any public or private monument or statue.

Rep. John Kavanagh supported his proposal at a Senate committee hearing Thursday by saying public monuments are a statement by the community that demand more protection. The proposal adds defacing a monument or statue to existing law that makes it a aggravated felony offense to deface a cemetery headstone or church. The most severe damage could result in a prison term of more than 3 years.

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

Biden Says He Has ‘No Idea if There Will be a Republican Party’ In the Year 2024

Democrat Does Not Commit to Ending The Filibuster

Joe Biden made an apparent Freudian slip in his rambling incoherent press conference Thursday, saying, “I have no idea if there will be a Republican Party” by the time the next presidential election occurs in 2024.

The press corps badgered Biden on the prospect of eliminating the filibuster to allow Democrats to cram through their legislative agenda, which includes a sweeping election overhaul package. Biden did not commit to supporting the end of the filibuster but he left the door open to the possibility. If the filibuster goes away and Democrats achieve full policymaking dominance, the GOP would clearly face an existential crisis.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Biden DHS Plotting to Put Opposition on ‘No Fly List, ‘ Label Them ‘Suspected Domestic Extremists’

The Department of Homeland Security under Biden-appointee Alejandro Mayorkas is plotting to strip their political opposition of their rights by declaring them “suspected domestic extremists” and putting them on the No Fly List.

The move comes as the Biden regime has thrown the border wide open and begun releasing illegal aliens throughout the country without so much as a court date.

The No Fly List was originally used by the Bush regime to punish opponents like Senator Ted Kennedy for voicing opposition to the war in Iraq — now the Biden regime is gearing up to expand it for use against their own political enemies.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Bloomberg Writer: We Should Start Planning for a “Permanent Pandemic”

Bloomberg has published an op-ed titled “We Must Start Planning For a Permanent Pandemic.” It was written by Andreas Kluth, and he claims we may never “go back to normal.”

Kluth tries justifying this claim by saying that the SARS-CoV-2 virus mutates so much that we may never attain herd immunity.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Boom: Ohio Legislature Overrides DeWine’s Veto of Law Curtailing His Dictatorial COVID-19 Powers

It took more than a year, but the Ohio legislature finally managed to clip Gov. Mike DeWine’s wings when it comes to his overreaching COVID-19 mandates. Ohioans are still suffering through DeWine’s draconian diktats, including an ongoing mask mandate, social-distancing rules, and crippling indoor dining regulations. One day after DeWine vetoed Senate Bill 22, the Senate voted 23-10 to override his veto. A short time later, the House voted 62-35 to do the same—the first time the legislature has overridden DeWine since he took office in 2019.

[Comment: Governor DeWine is a Republican and I had a positive view of him pre-COVID. I am now disappointed in him.]

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

Congress Escalates Pressure on Tech Giants to Censor More, Threatening the First Amendment

In their zeal for control over online speech, House Democrats are getting closer and closer to the constitutional line, if they have not already crossed it…

Instead, the key point raised by these last threats from House Democrats is an often-overlooked one: while the First Amendment does not apply to voluntary choices made by a private company about what speech to allow or prohibit, it does bar the U.S. Government from coercing or threatening such companies to censor. In other words, Congress violates the First Amendment when it attempts to require private companies to impose viewpoint-based speech restrictions which the government itself would be constitutionally barred from imposing.

It may not be easy to draw where the precise line is — to know exactly when Congress has crossed from merely expressing concerns into unconstitutional regulation of speech through its influence over private companies — but there is no question that the First Amendment does not permit indirect censorship through regulatory and legal threats.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Dan Bongino Blasts Facebook’s “Fact-Checkers” For Unfairly Targeting His Posts

Political commentator Dan Bongino and his content manager Matt Palumbo have slammed Facebook’s fact-checkers for constantly “fact-checking” his posts and said that this is slashing their reach and revenue.

In an interview with Insider, Bongino said that despite his link posts often being among the top-performing posts on Facebook in terms of interactions, Facebook doesn’t help him and “do everything they can to get in my way.”

“We’re fact-checked on Facebook on my page all the time for utter absurdities,” Bongino added, describing the situation as “the biggest scam in the social media ecosystem right now.”

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

Dem Rep. Schakowsky: ‘We’re Going to Regulate’ Tech Companies, And There Must be ‘Limitations’ On User Content

On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” House Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee Chairwoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) discussed the subcommittee’s hearing with the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter and said that the hearing’s purpose was to send the message to tech companies “That we’re going to regulate. We’re going to legislate.” And that there “have to be some limitations, not just on advertising.”

Schakowsky said of the hearing, “So, the purpose really was, from my point of view, to make sure that the tech companies understood that the day of self-regulation has really ended. And that, now, it is time for us to regulate, and that we intend to. That we’re going to regulate. We’re going to legislate.”

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

Florida House Approves ‘Anti-Riot Bill’ That Takes Aim at Violent Protests

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A so-called anti-riot bill passed by the Florida House on Friday would create increased penalties and new crimes for people who participate in violent protests, though opponents say it will have a chilling affect on the freedom of speech.

The bill passed 76-39 after nearly five hours of debate, with Republicans saying the measure is needed to protect law and order, and Democrats saying it was drafted in an effort to quash protests by groups like Black Lives Matter.

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

Jeanie Marie Evans: Kansas Woman Dead Hours After Experimental mRNA Shot

“Vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences.” That is a meme going around on Twitter. One family is circumventing the inevitable propaganda by stating the facts on their loved one’s obituary.

Ms. Jeanie Marie Evans received the first dose of the experimental mRNA shots against COVID-19 yesterday, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE). It’s unclear which experimental shot the 68-year-old received. But Kansas has very little supply of the Johnson & Johnson experimental viral vector shots. Thus it was most likely Pfizer or Moderna. Both experimental mRNA shots are currently still undergoing clinical trials until as late as 2024.

She received the shot in Jefferson County, Kansas. Ms. Evans immediately suffered anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction, during the 15-minute waiting period after the experimental shot. She was transported to Stormont Vail Health in Topeka, where she was pronounced dead. The family immediately published an obituary that states her cause of death.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Kenosha Police: 55 More Charged for Violence During Protests

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Fifty-five people are facing charges related to violent demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the police shooting of Jacob Blake last summer, police said Friday.

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

Michigan AG Unleashes Political Diatribe Against Defiant Restaurant Owner (After Tucker Carlson Hit)

We previously discussed the controversial threats of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) against those who were raising electoral fraud allegations.

She is currently in another controversy involving the arrest of restaurant owner Marlena Pavlos-Hackney. Fox Host Tucker Carlson has alleged that the owner was arrested due to her appearance on his show. (For full disclosure, I am a contributor to Fox News).

Nessel can certainly point to a long history of noncompliance to justify the arrest but her statement issued in response to the allegations is, in my view, highly inappropriate and shows raw political bias.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

More Sports Fans Than Ever Prefer Watching Highlights Instead of Live Games

The fast-paced, fast-food, iPad culture may be catching up to sports-watching in the United States. According to a survey done by Variety Intelligence Platform, there has been a marked increase in the percentage of Americans preferring to watch merely highlights to games as opposed to the games themselves.

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

NBC Streaming Service Peacock is Working to Censor WWE Archives

NBC Universal (NBCU) is censoring some of the “controversial” content from old WWE shows, much to the disappointment of wrestling fans.

NBCU recently acquired the WWE Network, including its library of old TV shows, which are now available on NBC’s streaming service Peacock.

Most of the recent WWE programming has paled in comparison to the classic era, but its older content — that brought WWE to great prominence — would cause tensions in the current social climate of cancel mobs and decreased tolerance, and major networks such as NBC are quick to cave.

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

New York Times Horrified That Alex Jones Can Still be Found Via Google Podcasts

Not content with extensive blacklisting of Infowars and Alex Jones on social media, multimedia and banking platforms, the New York Times complained Thursday that Jones can still be found on Google podcasts, and immediately called for more censorship.

Describing Google’s podcast platform as a “buffet of hate,” the NYT compared Infowars to ‘pro-Nazi’ groups and whined that the purge of information it disagrees with hasn’t been extensive enough.

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

Ohio State Employs 150 Diversity Officials. Now it Will Hire 50 Professors Focused on Social and Racial Justice.

Ohio State University recently announced it plans to hire 50 faculty members focused on addressing social equity and racial disparities.

The news comes as an economics professor and higher education watchdog calculated that the public university currently employs 150 diversity officials at a cost of $12 million annually.

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

Parler Says it Tipped Off the Feds and Still Got Scapegoated

Parler was deplatformed and had its business critically undermined in the wake of the January 6 protests in Washington for no valid reason, and even cooperated with the FBI in advance by alerting them about possible threats.

This is what the company behind this social network said in a letter to the House Oversight Committee, after the chair of the committee, Caroline Maloney, asked the agency to investigate it, justifying the demand by saying that “numerous” Parler users have been arrested and charged.

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

Pelosi Says it’s Her “Right” to Seat and Unseat Any Member of Congress — as She Moves to Unseat Iowa Republican (Video)

Speaker Pelosi bragged about working to steal a certified GOP Iowa House seat and said it’s her right to seat and unseat any member of Congress she wants.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Police, Protesters Clash Over Sweep of Echo Park Homeless Encampment

A clearing of a homeless encampment in Los Angeles’ Echo Park Lake led to violent clashes between police and protesters Thursday night.

The sweep of the encampment, where about 200 people live, is a part of a monthslong planned $500,000 rehabilitation effort after tents proliferated at the park during the pandemic and sparked concerns over trash and safety.

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

Potential 2024 GOP Presidential Candidates Head to Iowa to Canvass Voters

A number of high-level Republican contenders for the 2024 presidential race have made or scheduled upcoming trips to Iowa, a key state for determining who has enough grassroots support to run on the national stage.

[Comment: If Trump doesn’t run, I favor DeSantis.]

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

Professor Sues After Losing Job Over Trump Supporter “Psychosis” Claim

A fired Yale psychiatry professor who said Trump supporters are suffering from a “spread of shared psychosis” on Twitter is suing the university for wrongful termination. The lawsuit claims that her termination violated her First Amendment free speech rights.

We obtained a copy of the lawsuit complaint for you here.

The suit claims she was fired over a January 2020 tweet where she alleged that “just about all” of Trump supporters suffered “shared psychosis.” In the tweet, she also claimed that President Trump’s lawyer Alan Dershowitz had “wholly taken on Trump’s symptoms by contagion.”

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

Rep. Ted Lieu Shouts at Congressional Witness Who Points Out Harvard’s Racial Bias Against Asian Americans

During a congressional hearing on Thursday, Representative Ted Lieu (D-CA) angrily shouted at a witness who broached the topic of Harvard University’s anti-Asian bias in their admissions process.

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

Rock Climber’s Open Data Project in Jeopardy After False Copyright Claims

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has announced that it is supporting a programmer and climber whose open data project dedicated to rock climbing is under attack for allegedly infringing copyright.

This accusation against Viet Nguyen’s OpenBeta non-profit comes from another similar and community-driven project, Mountain Project, the digital rights group explained.

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

Rutgers Becomes First Major University to Require COVID-19 Immunization for Students

All students attending Rutgers University in the fall must receive the COVID-19 vaccine, according to school administrators.

“We are committed to health and safety for all members of our community, and adding COVID-19 vaccination to our student immunization requirements will help provide a safer and more robust college experience for our students,” said Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway.

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

The COVID Narrative as an Occult Work of Art

by Jon Rappoport

Readers who have been with me the past year know I’ve dismantled every piece of the official COVID narrative. Factually. Scientifically.

I knew from 30 years of experience — investigating HIV/AIDS, West Nile, SARS1, Swine Flu, Ebola and Zika — what to look for in the fake COVID science.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

The Lies Continue: People Who Recovered From COVID-19 Months Ago Tallied as “COVID Deaths”

Monroe County Coroner Bob Hill is making waves in his home state of Illinois this week after he examined a portion of the list of possible COVID-19 deaths. What he found was utterly shocking and has led to calls for an audit of COVID-19 deaths in his state. According to the Center Square, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listed 19,893 deaths through the end of February in Illinois where COVID-19 was listed among multiple causes. Of those deaths, about 1,830, or 9.2%, had COVID-19 listed as the sole cause of death.

That percentage is higher than it was in September 2020 when the rate was about 6%. However, Hill calls these numbers into question after reviewing many of the cases, finding that people who died from clearly non-COVID-19 issues are being counted as dying from COVID-19, writes Matt Agorist of The Free Thought Project.

This is not the first time the CDC has been caught red-handed manipulating data when it comes to this COVID-19 hoax. Read and research these numbers for yourself and use your critical thinking and come to your own conclusion. The mainstream media and the ruling class are lying though, and it’s up to you to figure it out.

Study Results: CDC Inflated COVID Numbers By 1600%

Why would they do this? Because humans make better slaves when they are afraid.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

The Sovietization of the United States of America

by Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

The Sovietization of the United States of AmericaWe are being Sovietized every day in every aspect of our lives and Americans not only seem to be fine with it, they are embracing it with both glee and trepidation. The promise of everything free is too enticing to resist.

The viral pandemic was the straw that broke the capitalist camel’s back and there is no going back. Installing Drs. Fauci and Brix as absolute authorities of the pandemic lockdown, day in and day out, initially for two weeks to flatten the curve, has assured warp-speed Sovietization which has not stopped to this day. Marxist Governors and Democrats won’t give up because they never “let a crisis go to waste.”

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

U.S. Murder Rates Increased by 30% in 2020

The U.S. murder rates were up dramatically in 2020 by numbers the country has not seen in decades.

“Homicides rose sharply in 2020, and rates of aggravated assaults and gun assaults increased as well. Homicide rates were 30% higher than in 2019, an historic increase representing 1,268 more deaths in the sample of 34 cities than the year before,” said a study conducted by philanthropy group Arnold Ventures and the National Commission on COVID-19 and Criminal Justice.

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

Unlike Other States, Florida Says No to Vaccine Passports

Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis is against vaccine passports and will not impose such measures in the state of Florida. His remarks came a just days after New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the rollout of a pilot vaccine passport program.

On Thursday, in a press conference, DeSantis expressed his strong opposition to vaccine passports and the requirement of a negative coronavirus test for people to access public venues.

“I just want to make very clear, in Florida, we are not doing any vaccine passports,” DeSantis said. “I think it’s a bad idea. And so that will not happen. And so folks should get vaccinated if they want to obviously provide that. But under no circumstances will the state be asking you to show proof of vaccination.”

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

USA Today ‘Race and Inclusion’ Editor Fired for Falsely Blaming White People for Boulder Shooting

A ‘race and inclusion’ editor was fired by USA Today after she falsely blamed the Boulder supermarket shooting on white people.

“It’s always an angry white man. Always,” tweeted Hemal Jhaveri on Monday evening immediately after news of the shooting broke.

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

Video: Trump Responds to ‘Outrageous’ Biden Claims During ‘Ridiculous’ First Presser

President Trump responded to claims made against him by Joe Biden during the latter’s first press conference in two months, calling the entire sorry spectacle ‘ridiculous’.

Biden bumbled through the event, often losing his train of thought even though he had a binder full of prepared answers and pictures to help him identify the reporters. He even randomly wandered away from the microphone at points.

Appearing on Fox News, Trump said “The whole thing was ridiculous. You know it and so do I.”

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

Wake Up! Ninth Circuit Court Just Ruled Against Constitution — Claims “Bearing Arms” In Public Not a Constitutional Right

The right outlined for the people to both keep and bear arms is a God-given right, one of many spoken of in the Declaration of Independence. Apparently, the majority of the 11 judges that sit on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals don’t understand this, and as such, should be impeached due to their bad behavior in their ruling against what is absolutely clear in the Second Amendment.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

We Were Told Lockdown Would Last 3 Weeks. One Year on the Restrictions Are Getting Worse. It’s Insane

“When the going gets tough, when life gets hard, democracy must be put on hold and the little people should stay home and shut the hell up. Leave everything to the experts, to the people who are cleverer than you”

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Apology Accepted! We Fought Deplatforming — and We Won Against the Cancel Culture Mob!

I’ve got some good news for a change — we have a major victory in our lawsuit against the cancel culture mob. I think we’ve found a way, at least in Canada, and probably in the United Kingdom and Australia — to use the law to stop deplatforming.

It took eighteen months, but I think it’s really working; we’ve proven the concept.

Let me show you the results, and then let me tell you how we did it — and how you might be able to, also.

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

Canada’s Supreme Court Upholds Trudeau Climate Tax That Biden Wants to Mimic

As the world waits for a ruling on a major climate change case from the US Supreme Court, and President Biden prepares to unveil his sweeping infrastructure/climate program, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Thursday that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s national carbon price, the cornerstone of his climate policy, is entirely constitutional.

           — Hat tip: JD [Return to headlines]
 

Exclusive: Bail Extended for Two Accused ISIS Terrorists in Calgary

Two men in Calgary who are accused of joining and assisting the Islamic State have had their bail extended for the second time, after their lawyers requested a court adjournment.

Jamal and Hussein Borhot, who are related but not siblings, have been charged with leaving Canada in 2013 to join the terrorist group, and participating in training exercises and kidnappings in Syria. According to the Calgary Herald, which did not attend court today (only Rebel News bothered to show up) the two accused terrorists are subject to “strict bail conditions,” meaning they have to wear an ankle bracelet. Otherwise, they remain at large, and are able to move around freely so long as they check in with the RCMP at least once a week.

This bail extension for two accused Islamist terrorists comes days after a Christian pastor was released from maximum security prison after being denied bail for being too risky to the community. Pastor James Coates was behind bars for 35 days, alongside rapists and murderers.

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

Lockdown Reports: We’re Going Back to Montreal This Weekend!

Our Rebel News team is heading back to Montreal this weekend to document another freedom rally and to monitor police curfew enforcement. This time, we’re bringing even more people along, including David Menzies and our head of video production Efron Monsanto.

The first Montreal trip was inspired by some shocking footage we saw coming from a protest two weeks ago where riot police aggressively arrested protesters and fired tear gas to disperse the crowd. We saw much of the same last weekend, just without the tear gas. We had a chance to speak to some of the protesters to get their thoughts on the lockdown and police response.

When all was said and done, we came back to Toronto with hours of footage, two great videos and more than $6,000 in curfew and mask violations, most of which we racked up in one night when we were investigating the Montreal police’s curfew enforcement, particularly in the city’s Hasidic Jewish community.

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Germany: Whistleblower Says Seven of 31 Nursing Home Residents Died Immediately After Forced Pfizer mRNA Shots

A frightening video of a lawyer interviewing an anonymous whistleblower tells stories of horror at a Berlin nursing home for dementia patients.

Dr. Reiner Fuellmich is one of the most important voices for truth about COVID-19 and so-called vaccines in the world. He is an attorney admitted to the Bar of Germany and the State Bar of California. His organization helps business owners in Germany recover damages resulting from COVID-19 lockdowns and other measures. Dr. Fuellmich is also one of four members of the German Corona Investigative Committee. The committee, after nine months of investigation, has already concluded that COVID-19 and experimental shots are “probably the greatest crime against humanity ever committed.”

Dr. Fuellmich and associate attorney Viviane Fischer conducted an interview with a Berlin nursing home caregiver on February 8. The whistleblower’s voice is distorted and his face hidden to protect his identity. The 40-minute video is conducted in German, with English subtitles. The whistleblower talks about how seven residents died almost immediately after the first Pfizer mRNA shot in January. Several more got sick. Despite the deaths and adverse effects, the surviving residents were given the second shot a few weeks later. One more resident died and 11 more became severely ill.

Everyone must watch the full video. But the 3:46 mark is where the disturbing images commence. The whistleblower said outside teams of four people, including German soldiers, administered the shots. He described the horror and fear on the residents’ faces because of the military presence. You can also clearly see their anxiety in the footage. Further, all of them have dementia. They cannot consent to getting experiment mRNA shots.

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Germany: Dictator Merkel Takes a Step Back After Issuing Draconian Lockdown Orders Over Easter

Germany’s dictator Angela Merkel has decided not to enforce her draconian lockdowns on the public after widespread backlash and disobedience. Merkel is facing widespread resistance to her tyranny.

This is one good piece of news for humanity. If we stand together and oppose humans thinking they own other humans, we can beat this draconian beast system set up to turn this place into a slave planet. Some in the ruling class now know that they are outnumbered and hopefully, that means their days as masters are also numbered.

In a video call on Wednesday, Merkel told state premiers that she was dropping the five-day lockdown, which would have closed all businesses, with supermarkets only permitted to operate for one day during the period.

The planned restrictions also prohibited private gatherings of more than five adults from two different households and called for Easter church services to be conducted virtually.

“This mistake is my mistake alone,” Merkel said, adding that the shutdown was “created with the best of intentions” but should not have been proposed because there was no way to properly implement it. —RT

Merkle even admits that the state does not have enough violence enforcers to keep people from being free. If 8 billion human beings decided to no longer be slaves to their rulers, they would not be.

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Ilaria Pappa: 31-Year-Old Italian Professor Dead Three Weeks After AstraZeneca Viral Vector Shot

ISCHIA, ITALY — AstraZeneca continues its crimes against humanity as yet another young victim dies from blood clots.

Mrs. Ilaria Pappa was a professor at Istituto Statale D’ Istruzione Superiore Cristofaro Mennella (“Menella Institute”). She received the first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca viral vector shot on February 28, according to IlGolfo24.it. Everything seemed fine until she got ill two weeks later. The 31-year-old professor went to Cardarelli Hospital on March 16. Doctors worked tirelessly to figure out what was wrong.

Her condition worsened on March 18, prompting a transfer to the neurosurgery ward at Neapolitan hospital. She was placed into a medically-induced coma on March 20 after suffering a ischemic stroke. But it was too late. She died just after 10 p.m. Tuesday night. The school announced the death via Facebook.

Doctors said she developed a thromboembolism. Note anytime you see the word “embolism,” that means blood clots. The Oxford-AstraZeneca shot has been suspended in numerous countries. It’s unclear why it’s still on the market at all. Several people have died in Italy after the AstraZeneca shots.

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Macron Warns Turkey Will Interfere in 2022 French Presidential Election

French president Emmanuel Macron has warned that Turkey’s government, led by Islamist president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will make attempts to interfere in next year’s presidential elections.

“Obviously, there will be attempts at interference for the next election. They’re written, and the threats are not veiled,” President Macron said in a television interview, which is part of a documentary on President Erdogan.

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Mohammed Removed From New Dutch Translation of Dante’s Inferno

In the Netherlands, a new translation of the literary treasure The Divine Comedy, written by the Italian medieval poet and writer Dante Alighieri, is being published. A Belgian translator edited the famous work to be “friendlier and more accessible,” meaning, among other things, that in the first part of the book, called Inferno, she reworked one of the main passages about Mohammed and even omitted the name of the Islamic prophet.

Moreover, according to her, the decision was taken “during the tense period when teacher Samuel Paty died in France.” The teacher was beheaded in October last year, near Paris, by a young Muslim Chechen.

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Police in North Wales Have Handed Out Over 950 Fines for COVID Breaches During Latest Lockdown

Officers from North Wales Police have handed over 950 fines to people breaching lockdown restrictions in the past three months.

Latest provisional figures released by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) show that more Fixed Penalty Notices (FPN’s) were handed in North Wales during the latest alert level 4 restrictions which came into force just before Christmas, then the previous eight months.

Between December 20 last year and March 14, a total of 955 FPN’s have handed out to people for breaking Covid restrictions in North Wales.

By contrast, between March and December 19 last year 658 breaches of coronavirus regulations.

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Russia Not Viewed as a Security Threat to Hungary, Says Foreign Minister Szijjarto

Following a two-day meeting between NATO foreign ministers in Brussels, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjarto on Wednesday told members of the press that Hungary does not see Russia as a direct security threat to its territory, although it understands and respects that other NATO members feel differently in this regard.

During his statements, which were mostly directed at the Hungarian press, the foreign minister reaffirmed the Hungarian government’s staunch commitment to NATO, noting that as a loyal ally, Hungary has contributed to strengthening NATO’s actions along Europe’s eastern flank while it continues to help reinforce the security of Baltic States, the Hungarian news portal Index reports.

[Comment: The EU is a threat to the security of Hungary, for the EU wants Hungary to take in migrants.]

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Spain: Extinction Rebellion Activists Stick Themselves Together and Block Road in Madrid

Extinction Rebellion activists stuck themselves together and blocked a road in Madrid on March 26. Police were seen removing protesters one by one and moving them to the side of the street.

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Sweden Democrats Politician Receives Threatening Letter With a 9mm Bullet

A Sweden Democrats (SD) politician in Ljungby found an ominous letter and a bullet when he returned home on Wednesday. The Smålänningen daily, which was the first to report on the matter, wrote that the police are investigating the incident as a death threat.

Although the SD politician in question does not want to comment at this time, the SD’s party leader in Ljungby, Jan Lorentzon, shared what he has learned about the incident.

“When he came home after work, there was a letter on the stairs and on it was a 9mm bullet,” Lorentzon told Nyheter Idag.

The police arrived quickly and seized the evidence. Lorentzon says the content of the letter was related to the man’s political activity.

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Third of Danes Reject COVID Vaccine

A third of Danes will reject the chance to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to a new Megafon poll for TV2.

The slumping confidence in the vaccines against coronavirus has been linked to the uncertainty and drama surrounding the side effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which have included a rare blood condition that features blood clotting and haemorrhages. So far, two fatal outcomes have been recorded in Denmark alone.

Given a choice of the vaccines currently being offered, nearly all respondents interested in getting the vaccine said they would prefer it to be Pfizer or Moderna. Nobody wants an AstraZeneca jab, even though the European Medicines Agency has ruled it safe.

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UK: Almost 800 COVID Fines Issued in Hampshire Over Last Month

Almost 800 Covid fines were dished out in Hampshire in the last month.

799 fixed penalty notices for breaches of the Covid lockdown regulations were issued by Hampshire Constabulary between February 15 and March 14.

It means that the force has issued a total of 2,046 fines since the start of the first lockdown last March.

The vast majority of the fines issued in the county are for breaching the national lockdown restrictions which have been in force since January, although six are for face covering violations on public transport or other indoor spaces.

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UK: Campaigner Calls for 2 Year Lockdown, Government Permission to Leave House

A campaigner on Twitter is calling for the UK government to impose a lockdown that lasts for a minimum of 2 more years as well as a law where citizens would have to apply for government permission to leave their homes.

Yes, really.

The account came to attention yesterday after a bizarre post that also called for a 24 hour curfew during winter and only “one essential shop trip allowed by law” per week.

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UK: Coronavirus Certificates Could be Needed for Work, Weddings, Theatres: Report

Britons may need “covid status certifications” in order to go to work, weddings, or other venues, according to reports on options being discussed by government ministers.

The system could employ the National Health Service (NHS) outbreak contact tracing app, with a QR code allowing a person to prove that they have either been vaccinated, have tested negative for coronavirus, or have the antibodies after recovering from the Chinese virus.

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UK: Govt Islamophobia Advisor Says Images of Muhammad Should be as Unacceptable as the N-Word

The UK Government’s Islamophobia advisor has suggested that showing images of Muhammad should be made as socially unacceptable as saying the n-word.

Batley Grammar School in Yorkshire in the north of England faced protests this week from Muslim parents, after one teacher dared to show images of Muhammad during class. The school, which was about to break up for the Easter holidays, had had to switch to remote-learning as a result of the protests. The headteacher “unequivocally apologised” for the actions of the teacher in question, and suspended him, despite the fact that he had received a number of serious death threats from angry Muslims.

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UK: Supreme Court Judge Expects People Will be Forced to Wear Masks, Stay Home for Ten Years

British former Supreme Court judge Lord Sumption has warned that “social controls” brought about by the coronavirus pandemic may be kept in place by governments for up to a decade.

“It’s politically unrealistic to expect the Government to backtrack now,” commented Sumption, who has been highly critical of the government’s ‘totalitarian’ lockdown policies.

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UK: Teacher in Hiding as Prophet Mohammed Protests Continue for Second Day

A teacher in the UK is in hiding as protests outside a school took place for a second day running in response to a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed being shown to pupils during a lesson about blasphemy.

Dozens of Muslims gathered outside Batley Grammar School once again in a show of force despite the fact that the school has already issued a groveling apology and suspended the teacher in question.

Being located in a “diverse” area of northern England, the school’s population comprises of around 70 per cent Muslim students.

MP Robert Jenrick said reports the teacher was in hiding were “very disturbing.”

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UK: Teacher Who Showed Mohammed Pics to Class Under Police Protection: Report

A British teacher who showed his class cartoons of the Muslim prophet Mohammed has reportedly been moved to a safe location and is under police protection.

This week, the headteacher of a school in the north of England made a grovelling apologyto parents after one of his teachers showed an image of Mohammed to his class during a religious education lesson. Media reports claim the cartoons were shown during a discussion on freedom of speech and blasphemy laws.

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Wild Video: Mob Bombards French Police With Projectiles During Arrest

Multiple police officers were injured when a large mob pelted them with various objects during an arrest in France on Wednesday evening, according to reports.

Cops intercepted a man riding a scooter without a helmet through the Ariane district of Nice before the routine traffic stop spun out of control.

“The man started screaming to rouse other individuals,” Actu 17 reports. “The police were then attacked by many people — around fifty, according to the Alliance Nationale police union.”

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At Least 32 Dead and 84 Injured After Trains Collide in Egypt

Two passenger trains collided in central Egypt on Friday leaving at least 32 people dead and 84 injured.

The crash destroyed two carriages and caused a third to flip on its side, trapping people inside surrounded by twisted metal and debris.

According to Egypt’s rail authority, “unknown individuals” triggered the emergency brakes on a northbound train. As it came to a sudden stop, it was hit from behind by a second train also traveling north toward Alexandria.

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With Islamist Extremism Going Unchecked, Christians Are Facing Rising Persecution in Bangladesh

As Bangladesh celebrates 50 years since gaining independence, Christians are warning of growing persecution.

When Bangladesh declared independence from East Pakistan on 26 March 1971, the constitution promised that “every citizen has the right to profess, practice or propagate any religion.”

In 2018, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reiterated this promise, declaring that “Bangladesh takes particular pride in religious freedom and communal harmony in the region”.

But an Open Doors partner in the country is warning of growing persecution — and inaction by the government.

“Persecution is on the rise in our nation and our Government don’t seem to be willing or able to confront it,” says Brother Ahmed.

“They are being pressurised by extreme Islamic groups and they don’t want to stand up to them for fear of being portrayed as ‘unIslamic.’“

Bangladesh is home to around 903,000 Christians — around 0.5% of the population — but they face an increasingly hostile climate.

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Bill Gates Has Been an Official Member of Chinese Academia for Years. And There’s More…

The man who literally took the world hostage and is now asking for a medical ransom has been elected as member of China’s academic institution in 2017 It’s never been a secret or anything, just no one cared. Or they’ve been paid to look away.

Gates, 62, now stands shoulder to shoulder with 66 other prominent Chinese and foreign scientists who have been elected to the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) in 2017

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Chinese Communists Impose Sanctions on British Politicians, Lawyers, Campaigners

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has announced sanctions on a number of high-profile British politicians, lawyers, and campaigners, in retaliation for sanctions on regime officials for human rights abuses in Xinjiang.

“The United Kingdom (UK) imposed unilateral sanctions on relevant Chinese individuals and entities, citing the so-called human rights issues in Xinjiang,” a foreign ministry spokesman for the regime pronounced, insisting that the move was “based on nothing but lies and disinformation.”

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Former CDC Director Tells CNN Coronavirus Likely Escaped From Wuhan Lab

Former CDC director Robert Redfield told CNN that he believes the coronavirus may have escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology as far back as September 2019.

“I’m of the point of view that I still think the most likely etiology of this pathogen in Wuhan was from a laboratory… escaped. Other people don’t believe that, that’s fine. Science will eventually figure it out,” he said.

“It’s not unusual for respiratory pathogens that are being worked on in laboratories to infect the laboratory worker.”

“That’s not implying any intentionality. It’s my opinion, right? But I am a virologist. I have spent my life in virology.”

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A Long Way From Hollywood! Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky Are Joined by Their a-List Friends Natalie Portman, Jeff Goldblum, Russell Crowe and Isla Fisher at a Rugby League Match in Sydney

Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky were joined by their A-list buddies at the football on Friday night.

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Chaos as Extinction Rebellion Protesters Hit the Streets Across Australia Once Again

Protesters have chained themselves to machinery and buildings, blocked intersections with coffins and clashed with police in a series of rallies across Australia which have caused peak-hour chaos.

At the top of Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge during Friday-morning rush-hour, a 17-year-old activist climbed a six-metre tripod until arrested by police.

Events have also been held in Perth and Adelaide, and while rain deterred similar action in NSW and Queensland during the past week, more protests are planned for Sydney and Brisbane next week.

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Confronting Images Show Half-a-Dozen Family Homes Being Washed Down the Swollen Hawkesbury River as Australia’s Once-in-a-Century Flood Rips Dwellings From Their Foundations

In confronting scenes on Tuesday, at least five family homes were ripped from their foundations and washed down the swollen waterway.

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‘Sexual Consent Lessons’ To be Made Mandatory in All Schools in One State Amid Calls for ‘Respectful Relationship’ Classes to be Rolled Out Nationwide

Consent classes will soon be made mandatory for students in one state over concerns the issue wasn’t always being addressed head-on.

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Teenage Boy Set to be Charged After Extinction Rebellion Protesters Stop Traffic on Melbourne Freeway

Two people, including a teenage boy, are expected to be charged after an Extinction Rebellion protest stopped traffic on a Melbourne freeway this morning.

The climate activists put a chokehold on the West Gate Freeway on their fifth day of action, shutting down the road during peak hour.

Images from the scene showed traffic banked up after the protest closed the Kings Way exit.

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Two-Bedroom Property Sells Just Six Hours After it Was Listed Thanks to Instagram — as Sydney Home Prices Rise an Average $1,156 a Day

The property in Scarborough, north-west Perth, was shared on Instagram by real estate agent Daniel Caccamo at 3pm on Thursday, March 11.

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America Being Herded Into Very Dark Times With Biden’s Immigration Policies Flooding Country With Infected Illegals While Democrats Pass the ‘Democrats Forever’ Bill

Complete Lunacy Emerging From Washington DC With Democrats Running America Into The Ground

The new Biden administration policies on illegal immigration opens the border to increased activity. Stopping the building of the wall signals that the border is open which invites immigrants. This was done to counter the Trump administration’s efforts to secure the border.

And the fallout — The border is being flooded with children that are being used to overwhelm the system and are being kept in cages illegally and in inhumane conditions. So the border is now in a crisis.

To add to that, the bulk of the new COVID cases in Arizona are from illegal immigrants according to an AZ hospital worker.

AND then Jen Psaki, the Biden Administration press secretary, thinks the whole situation is funny.

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Australia: Exclusive: Iraqi Refugee, 39, Sobs Hysterically in Court Saying ‘Only God Can Help Me’ As He Faces Jail and Being Deported for Raping a 22-Year-Old Woman in a Dark Sydney Laneway

An Iraqi refugee who pleaded guilty to raping a woman in a dark Sydney alleyway has broken down in court after his barrister announced he was pulling out of the case.

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Belgian Journalists Back in Court Over Claims of Aiding Illegal Migration

A Belgian advocate-general has called for the acquittal of one journalist in a court of appeals and the conviction of another, who is said to have been involved in aiding the trafficking of illegal migrants.

Journalist Anouk Van Gestel, editor-in-chief of the Belgian edition of the magazine Marie Claire, was originally put on trial along with three other Belgians and eight non-Belgians in 2018, but all of the accused were acquitted by a Brussels court later that year.

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California Foster Parents Being Asked to Take in “26 or More” Migrant Children From the Border — “I Consider it Human Trafficking”

Yesterday, the Daily Mail interviewed California foster parents Travis and Sharla Kall, and they said that the Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) of California’s Department of Social Services that oversees foster home and care licensing, had asked them to take in “26 or more” children being housed at the U.S. Mexican border, where tens of thousands of migrant children who came across the border without their parents are being held.

The Kalls also stated that other foster care parents in the state received the same request.

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Italian Authorities Evict Migrants, Antifa From Squat House

Dozens of illegal aliens and left-wing activists were cleared from a squalid building near Oulx, Italy, this week, according to reports.

The squat house, which had been occupied by Antifa and adjacent ‘anarchist’ radicals since 2018, was being used as a ‘shelter’ for migrants making their way to France.

A total of 53 migrants, most of whom claimed to be from Afghanistan, were moved to asylum facilities in surrounding cities, InfoMigrants reports.

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Sweden’s Worrying Migrant-Rape Statistic Could Actually be Blamed on Women, Claims New Study

According to a report published by the Swedish Crime Prevention Council, the fact that men with immigrant background are strongly overrepresented in rape statistics could be explained by women’s higher propensity to report such attacks if the perpetrators are foreigners.

In the opinion of researcher Stina Holmberg, a native Swedish man is less likely to be reported if he was to commit such acts.

“It may be that you are more inclined to report something you have been exposed to, if the crime was committed by someone you feel more alien to, and who has low social status,” stated Holmberg.

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Tory MP to Priti Patel: British Asylum System ‘Is a Complete Joke’

A leading Conservative backbencher has challenged fellow Tory and Home Secretary Priti Patel to adopt an Australian-style solution to Britain’s ongoing illegal immigration crisis.

“Our present asylum is a complete joke,” said Sir Edward Leigh in the House of Commons.

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6th Circuit Upholds First Amendment Rights of Shawnee State Professor

ADF attorneys represent philosophy professor punished for declining to speak message contrary to his beliefs

CINCINNATI — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled Friday in favor of Dr. Nicholas Meriwether, a philosophy professor at Shawnee State University, reversing a district court’s dismissal of his lawsuit against university officials. The university punished Meriwether because he declined a male student’s demand to be referred to as a woman, with feminine titles and pronouns. The court ruled that, based on the allegations in the complaint, the university violated Meriwether’s First Amendment rights.

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Australia: Outrage as Young Boys Are Forced to Stand in School Assembly and ‘Apologise for Rapes Committed by Their Gender’ To Female Classmates

One parent said her son in Year 7 was left confused about why he had to stage the bizarre apology, where boys were told to say sorry that women are raped and sexually assaulted.

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Australian School Forces Young Boys to Collectively Apologize to Female Classmates for ‘Sexism’ And ‘Rape’

The Brauer College secondary school in Victoria, Australia has come under fire this week after it was revealed that 12-year-old male students were forced to stand and “apologize” to female classmates on behalf of the entire male gender to atone for societal “sexism” and “rape.”

A post ostensibly written on SnapChat by a male student at the school, “Today at Brauer they made every guy stand up and apologise to every girl for rape, sexual assault and so on. Guys are always the ‘bad guys’ in everything these days. I’m not saying girls do not go through s**t. Guys go through as much s**t as girls do.”

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Free Speech Friendly Video Sharing Platforms

As YouTube continues to censor, these alternatives are rising up to empower viewers and creators. Use them. Tell friends and family about them. Tell creators to use them.

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Legal Challenge to Stop Scottish Government Redefining ‘Woman’ Fails

The Scottish Government can legally change the definition of ‘woman’ to include transgender people, a judge has ruled.

The definition of ‘woman’ was broadened in legislation designed to increase female representation on public boards, meaning it would no longer be defined as a “female of any age”.

For Women Scotland (FWS) brought a judicial review against the changes, arguing that they breach equality laws.

“This leaves us with a definition that includes some men, while, remarkably, excluding some women. This cannot be allowed to stand,” the group said.

“We are concerned about the potential implications beyond Scotland, as, if it becomes established that devolved legislatures can amend key terms in the Equality Act via other pieces of legislation, then other countries within the UK may follow and the Equality Act may be eroded.”

But judge Lady Wise rejected this claim on Tuesday and ruled that the Scottish Government could lawfully legislate on aspects of the Equality Act.

[Comment: It appears that this lady was not wise.]

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Sesame Street to Introduce ‘Black’ Muppets to Stop White Kids From Becoming Racist

Sesame Street has decided that young kids must be taught about racism and are introducing a couple of new black muppets onto the show to do just that:…

When Sesame Street’s senior VP says ‘children aren’t colorblind’ and that they begin to see race as infants, that’s exactly out of the Arizona Education playbook. They are attempting to push this ‘racist baby’ anti-White curriculum with their show.

This garbage teaches that white kids are racist by five years old, while non-white kids aren’t. And this is the impetus behind what Sesame Street is doing now.

I don’t necessarily have an issue with children being taught that racism is wrong. Of course it is!

What I have a problem with is that this assumes white children inherently grow up to be racist while other children don’t. This entire curriculum is a response to the absurd notions about white privilege by leftists in our society and the end goal of this is to put these white children on a path to believing that, because of their white skin color, they are guilty of oppression of blacks and other minorities. And, of course, they need to spend their whole lives making amends for their past racist sins…or something. This is nothing but white guilt indoctrination!

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Study: Chemical That Causes Penises to Shrink Found in Face Masks

Phthalates has been linked to genital shrinkage, decreased fertility rates, and less masculine behavior in young boys

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The Denial of Evil

Why it’s a moral obligation to know what communism did — and does.

According to the authoritative “The Black Book of Communism,” written by six French scholars and published in the United States by Harvard University Press, the numbers of people murdered — not people killed in combat; ordinary civilians trying to live their lives — by communist regimes were:

  • Latin America: 150,000.
  • Vietnam: 1 million.
  • Eastern Europe: 1 million.
  • Ethiopia: 1.5 million.
  • North Korea: 2 million.
  • Cambodia: 2 million.
  • The Soviet Union: 20 million (many scholars believe the number was considerably higher).
  • China: 65 million.

These numbers are quite conservative. For example, in Ukraine alone, the Soviet regime and its Ukrainian Communist Party helpers starved 5 to 6 million to death within a two-year period. It is almost inconceivable that only 14 to 15 million other Soviet citizens were murdered.

And, of course, these numbers do not describe the suffering endured by hundreds of millions of people who were not murdered: the systematic stripping people of their right to speak freely, to worship, to start a business or even to travel without party permission; no noncommunist judiciary or media; the near-poverty of nearly all communist countries; the imprisonment and torture of vast numbers of people; and, of course, the trauma suffered by the hundreds of millions of friends and relatives of the murdered and imprisoned.

These numbers don’t tell you about the many starving Ukrainians who ate the flesh of people, often children, sometimes including their own; or the Romanian Christians whose communist prison guards forced them to eat feces to compel them to renounce their faith; or the frozen millions in the vast Soviet Siberian prison camp system known as the Gulag Archipelago; or the Vietnamese communists’ routine practice of burying peasants alive to terrorize people into supporting the communists; or Mao Zedong’s regular use of torture to punish opponents and intimidate peasants, like leading men through the streets with rusty wires through their testicles and burning the vaginas of wives of opponents with flaming wicks — Mao’s techniques to terrorize peasants into supporting the Chinese Communist Party in its early days.

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UK: David Kurten Censored From Assembly When Mayor Sadiq Khan Refuses to Answer Question on Trans Ideology

David Kurten, a member of the London Assembly, announced in a YouTube video that he had been censored by the UK capital’s city hall over an exchange he had with Mayor Sadiq Khan related to transgenderism.

The conversation with Khan happened in a video call during which Kurten first references a tweet the mayor had posted last year, saying that trans women are women, trans men are men, as well as that “non-binary people” are “non-binary,” just as “all gender identities are valid.”

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USA Today: Christian Values Are “Archaic”; Oral Roberts U. Should be Banned

Proving again that there’s no one as illiberal as a liberal and giving new meaning to the term “March Madness,” USA Today’s For the Win publication is calling for Oral Roberts University (ORU) to be banned from NCAA competition. The paper complains that the Christian sense of virtue the school upholds is “archaic.” (Is that a bad thing?)

As LifeNews reports:…

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17 Nations Ban COVID-19 Vaccine

Alex Jones breaks down the growing resistance to medical tyranny as 17 nations have now banned the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

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4 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 3/26/2021

  1. Cloudflare took a long time. I never got to the video of the German dementia v I ctims being vaccinated by soldiers.

  2. Medical tyranny – what [opinions that I vehemently deprecate].
    The politicians and corporations (and yes the odd MD carried away with their media exposure) agititating for vaccine passports etc. that’s a different story otherwise one can refuse to take a vaccine shot.
    (Unless suffering from dementia which does sound horrific).
    Meanwhile who’d like to return to a childhood marred by polio, TB and numerous diseases mostly eradicated in the West via vaccines (until mass immigration of course)?
    Or let’s take it further penicillin for a wee cut on my leg, don’t be such a fascist doctor you’re not sticking that pill down my throat – it comes from mouldy bread!

    That said I and no doubt may others have concerns with vacccines that interfere/change DNA.
    I will wait ’til all the facts are in before deciding whether I ever want to travel again – that’s the way it seems to be going, no shot, no travel).

    At the moment if a thousand people eat a peanut, one or two might die.
    Blood clot numbers are less than producers anticipated (ooohh I hear certain people say they knew there’d be blood clots) Have you ever read the possible side effects for say, paracetamol?
    Or the listed side effects for the billions of anti-depressants Americans take yearly?
    Might cause constipation or diarrhea, sleepiness or insomnia – might cause sucicidal thoughts (in an anti-depressant?) the list goes on, scores of possible side-effects for that unlucky one in 10,000 or 100,000 – to cover the drug company’s backside of course.
    However sensationalist anti-vax stories without context don’t help, oh wait that’s merely what Bill Gate’s microchip injected with the vaccine is telling me what to say!

    • Blood clot numbers for vaccine recipients in the EU are indeed well below average, though oddly in Germany they’re higher.

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