Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/29/2021

Chicago health authorities are planning to implement a “vax pass” system that will allow citizens to attend concerts and other public events if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Meanwhile, recent reports suggest that New York City lost $1.2 billion in tax revenues because of the collapse of the tourism industry after the “pandemic” hit.

In other news, three people were hospitalized for hypothermia after about 100 migrants attempted to swim from Morocco to the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta.

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Financial Crisis
» Manchin “Very Uncomfortable” With Biden’s Trillion Dollar Plans
 
USA
» 3 Men Charged With Federal Hate Crimes in the Death of Ahmaud Arbery
» 34 Million Fewer People Watched Biden Speech Compared to Trump’s First SOTU
» ‘All Eyes on Derby’: Louisville Organizers Plan Protests for Kentucky Derby Weekend
» Apple Forces Shopify to Disable Ammo Seller Store’s Apple Pay Gateway
» Arizona 2020 Election Audit to Move Forward, Judge Rules
» Biden DOJ “Actively Considering” Domestic Terrorism Law to Target White Supremacists
» Biden Says White Supremacy is “Most Lethal Terrorist Threat” To America
» Biden Tells Congress He Took Office After “Worst Attack on Democracy Since Civil War”
» Breaking: In Chilling Video, Antifa Doxes, Threatens to Kill Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler
» Cheerleader Temper Tantrum Sparks SCOTUS Free Speech Debate
» Chicago to Roll Out ‘Vax Pass’ So Vaccinated Can Attend Summer Concerts
» Controversial Idaho Bill That Bans ‘Indoctrination’ of Students Passes Senate
» Critical Race Theory is About to Face Its Day(s) In Court
» Fauci Says Kids Must Continue Wearing Masks Outside, Says They Are “More at Risk” of Infection Than Vaccinated Adults
» GoFundMe for Cop Who Mocked Lebron James Hits $70k After Friend Alleges Suspension Without Pay
» Hundreds of Thousands Flock to Rumble After Big Tech Censors Trump Interview
» Hunter Biden to Lecture Tulane Students About “Media Polarization” & “Fake News”
» Inside the Growing Underground Network of Parents Fighting ‘Anti-Racism’ In NYC Schools
» Ninth Circuit Says “Ghost Gun” Blueprints Can be Posted Online Without Fed Approval
» NYC Lost $1.2 Billion in Tax Revenue as Tourism Plunged 73% During Pandemic
» One Billion ‘Franken-Squitoes’ Set to be Released in Florida Keys
» Oregon Town Declares Emergency to Fight Gov. Brown’s Lockdowns
» Parents Organizing Across US Against ‘Dangerous’ Critical Race Theory in Classrooms: Former Professor
» Pasquotank County Sheriff Releases Names of Deputies Who Shot at Andrew Brown Jr. In Elizabeth City
» Rocker Johnny Rotten Says U.S. Collapsing Under Biden: Democrats Wokeness Causing ‘The Destruction of America’
» Roosevelt University Profs Caught Gloating on Zoom Call: ‘It’s All Social Justice, All Day’
» Stephen Miller’s New Legal Outfit Argues Biden Policy is Racist—against White People
» Study: Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines Prevent COVID-19 Hospitalization in Elderly at a 94% Rate
» Telegram Introduces Web Apps That Bypass Apple’s Censorship
» Trump to Restart MAGA Rallies as Early as May, Calls Potential 2024 GOP Opponent ‘Total Loser’
» U.S. Capitol Police to be Sued for $10 Million for Killing Unarmed Rioter
» US Investigating ‘Havana Syndrome’ Directed Energy Attack Near White House
» YouTube CEO Compares Boosting of “Authoritative” Sources to Scientific Process
 
Canada
» Despite City Barriers to Block ‘Barrie Freedom Rally, ‘ Organizer Vows it Will Go Ahead
 
Europe and the EU
» France: Paris Prosecutors Open Manslaughter Probe Into Deaths Following AstraZeneca Vaccines
» France Draws Up New Internet Surveillance Anti-Terrorist Bill
» Germany’s New Lockdown Law Sparks Flurry of Constitutional Court Complaints, Including by MPs
» Hungary Abolishes Income Tax for Young People Under 25 Years Old
» Islamic Scholar: European Women Used to Wear Hijab, But Then Jews Spread Darwinism and ‘Culture of Nudity’
» NGO Influence at EU Court of Human Rights is Under Investigation
» Paris Mayor Says She Agrees With Military Chiefs Who Threatened to Seize Control of the Country and Warned of the ‘Disintegration’ Of France — as 18 of the Officers Are Fired
» Poll: 90 Per Cent of Spaniards Do Not Trust Political Parties
» Portugal: Police Shut Down 120 Illegal Parties Since January
» Scotland: ‘Dramatic’ Extinction Rebellion Action Planned in Dundee This Weekend
» Spain: Organiser of Illegal Party in Marbella Arrested
» UK: Google Faces $4 Billion Case Over Claims of Secret iPhone Tracking
» UK: Muslim Was ‘Islamic Enforcer’ In Prison, Was Released, Murdered Two in Jihad Rampage at Deradicalization Event
» Vehicles Vandalized, Pig’s Head Spiked at Police Headquarters in France
 
Far East
» China’s Communist Regime Celebrates Jacinda Ardern’s Attempts to Drift Away From Five Eyes Intelligence Network — as Beijing Heaps Praise on the ‘Cooperative’ New Zealand Leader
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australia’s Vaccine Rollout in One Picture: Chairs Sit Empty as Hundreds Fail to Turn Up for Their Jabs Over Blood Clot Fears — While Others Have No Idea They Can Just Walk in
» Breaking News: Hundreds of People in Melbourne Are Told to Get Tested Now After ‘Strong and Unexpected’ Traces of COVID Was Found in Sewage
» COVID Quarantine Surge Sees 15 New Infections Overnight — With 44 in Four Days Sparking Fears it Will Spread From Hotels to the Community — as Aussies Shun Vaccine Centres
» Prime Minister Slams ‘Identity Politics’, Cancel Culture and ‘Evil’ Social Media in New Speech
» Schools Will Replace the Terms ‘Aboriginal’ And ‘Indigenous’ With ‘First Nations Australians’ And European Colonisation Taught as an Invasion
» Sydney House Prices Grow by a Record $100,000 in Just Three Months With Double-Digit Jumps in Smaller Cities… But Unit Prices Are Going Down
» Urgent Investigation After Two New South Wales Men — Including a ‘Fit and Healthy 55-Year-Old’ — Die Days After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
 
Immigration
» Authorities Intercept 375 Illegal Aliens Crossing English Channel in One Day, Highest Daily Attempts This Year
» French Investigators Find Child Porn Migrant Cop Killer’s Phone
» Spain: Prosecutors Target Vox for Controversial Poster Campaign About Migrant Costs
» Switzerland: ‘Refugee’ With Shocking Criminal Record Immune From Deportation
» Three Hospitalised as 100 Migrants Attempt to Swim to Spanish North African Enclave
» UK: Muslim Migrant Family Has Two Brothers Who Fought for ISIS, Four Other Jailed Jihadis
 
Culture Wars
» Opera Integrates With Censorship-Resistant Unstoppable Domains
» UK: Christian Pastor Arrested for Saying Marriage is Between a Man and a Woman
» UK: Watch: Christian Pastor Arrested in London for Quoting ‘Homophobic’ Bible Verses
» Yale Sociology Prof Says Christian Homeschooling is ‘Vector of White Christian Nationalism’
 

Manchin “Very Uncomfortable” With Biden’s Trillion Dollar Plans

Update (1505ET): Unsurprisingly, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is “very uncomfortable” with Biden’s plan — telling CNN‘s Manu Raju: “We want to find how we’re gonna pay for it. … Are we going to be able to be competitive and be able to pay for what we need in the country?”

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

3 Men Charged With Federal Hate Crimes in the Death of Ahmaud Arbery

Three Georgia men — Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William Bryan — were all charged with the violation of federal hate crimes legislation Wednesday for the roles they played in the death of Ahmaud Arbery in February of last year.

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

34 Million Fewer People Watched Biden Speech Compared to Trump’s First SOTU

34 million fewer people watched Joe Biden’s speech last night compared to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address.

Ratings show that 11.6 million watched Biden’s speech compared to 45.6 million who watched Trump’s first address to Congress in 2018.

The lowest number of Americans who watched a Trump State of the Union throughout his term in office was 37 million.

Biden barely managed to beat the viewership for this year’s Oscars (9.8 million), even though that set a new record low for the Academy Awards

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

‘All Eyes on Derby’: Louisville Organizers Plan Protests for Kentucky Derby Weekend

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) — Louisville activists plan to protest Kentucky Derby 147 and hold at least one other major rally the day before.

In September 2020, protesters marched by the hundreds to Churchill Downs while a sign with the words “arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor” was flown in the sky.

Local activists, members of the NFAC militia, and social justice organization Until Freedom rallied for justice and confronted police officers stationed around the facility. That was the scene outside a delayed Kentucky Derby 146, with no fans in the stands due to COVID-19.

This year, as Churchill Downs welcomes back racing fans, local organizers said there will be police protests.

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

Apple Forces Shopify to Disable Ammo Seller Store’s Apple Pay Gateway

Online ammunition manufacturer and seller Fenix Ammunition has revealed that the tech giant Apple is actively scanning online stores that are hosted by the ecommerce service provider Shopify and instructing it to disable the Apple Pay Gateway on certain products and types of business.

Fenix Ammunition supplied a screenshot of an email from a Shopify representative explaining that it had disabled the Apple Pay Gateway on Fenix Ammunition’s store after Apple had flagged the store because it sells “Weapons”.

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

Arizona 2020 Election Audit to Move Forward, Judge Rules

A 2020 election audit in Arizona will move forward after a Democrat-appointed judge ruled in favor of Republicans on Wednesday.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Daniel Martin dismissed a temporary restraining order that stopped a state audit of more than 2 million ballots from the 2020 election.

The restraining order had been filed last Thursday, a day before the count was supposed to begin. The lawsuit alleged that legislators had promised secrecy of the ballots and voter privacy, but had outsourced the recount to an “inexperienced third party with clear bias,” according to the suit.

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

Biden DOJ “Actively Considering” Domestic Terrorism Law to Target White Supremacists

On Wednesday night, President Joe Biden told a Congress that “white supremacy is terrorism,” after claiming that US intelligence considers it “the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland today.”

Hours earlier, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) set the stage for the new narrative by telling MSNBC‘s Nicol Wallace that “The predominant part of that domestic threat “ is white nationalists, adding “We can’t ignore that because of a political sensitivity that some of the folks are part of the Trump base.”

Less than 24 hours later, Bloomberg is reporting that the Biden DOJ is “actively considering” whether to seek a new law which would allow prosecutors to bring specific charges for domestic terrorists who plot and/or carry out attacks, according to a senior department official.

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

Biden Says White Supremacy is “Most Lethal Terrorist Threat” To America

President Biden said white supremacy is terrorism and the “most lethal threat” in America in a speech given to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.

Biden said that “terrorism has metastasized” in the past 20 years, adding that the threat has “evolved beyond Afghanistan.

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

Biden Tells Congress He Took Office After “Worst Attack on Democracy Since Civil War”

President Joe Biden said during his address to Congress on Wednesday that he took over as president after “the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War,” referencing the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

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

Breaking: In Chilling Video, Antifa Doxes, Threatens to Kill Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler

Late last week Portland, Ore., Mayor Ted Wheeler took to video to plea for the community’s help to “unmask” antifa. The violence-prone anarchist-fascist group has terrorized Portland with months of violent and destructive insurrectionist riots despite Joe Biden merely calling antifa an “idea.”

Someone purporting to represent antifa has responded to Wheeler with a new video. In this video, the masked individual pushes anti-American themes and publishes Wheeler’s home address. The individual finishes the disturbing presentation with a veiled threat to kill Mayor Wheeler.

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

Cheerleader Temper Tantrum Sparks SCOTUS Free Speech Debate

Authored by Leesa K. Donner via Liberty Nation News (emphasis ours)

When 14-year-old Brandi Levy had a temper tantrum on Snapchat four years ago, little did she know she would pay for her outburst and become the poster child for off-campus free speech rights. The former high school cheerleader was punished for her online conniption by Pennsylvania’s Mahanoy Area High School, and whether school authorities had the right to discipline her has been argued on up the legal food chain to the U.S. Supreme Court. In what many are saying will likely prove to be a “momentous decision,” Levy has landed at the center of the free speech maelstrom.

On its face, the off-campus speech rights of public school students appears to be an open-and-shut case for lovers of liberty; however, Levy’s legal battle is filled with nuance and carries with it many complex contours. It all began when the cheerleader had a meltdown and threw out the F-bomb on the social media platform Snapchat. The fact that everything on Snapchat is erased within 24 hours mattered not because her outburst was noticed by school officials who used it as the reason to suspend her from the cheerleading squad.

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

Chicago to Roll Out ‘Vax Pass’ So Vaccinated Can Attend Summer Concerts

Chicago plans to roll out a “Vax Pass” next month that vaccinated residents can use to attend events like summer concerts, according to top city health officials.

Dr. Allison Arwady, Chicago’s public health commissioner, stressed that the forthcoming pass is not a vaccine passport, nor is it an app that businesses check before patrons can enter.

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

Controversial Idaho Bill That Bans ‘Indoctrination’ of Students Passes Senate

The left has gotten hysterical again. This time, it’s over a bill currently going through the Idaho legislature that would ban schools from “indoctrinating” students. Leftists claim it bans the teaching of critical race theory. It does not. What it does is make it legal to teach all points of view.

You can imagine how that’s going over on the left.

Several earlier versions of the bill did, indeed, ban critical race theory from being taught. But the final version voted on by the Senate on Tuesday took a much more ecumenical view of teaching history.

Senate Education Chairman Steven Thayn, a Republican, said, “There’s no topic banned in the bill, there’s no book banned in the bill. It does not censor history, you can talk about anything in history. … In fact, it does not ban the teaching of critical race theory, it doesn’t ban that. It doesn’t ban anything. What it says is that you cannot compel students to adopt or adhere” to certain principles.

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

Critical Race Theory is About to Face Its Day(s) In Court

Authored by John Murawski via RealClearInvestigations.com

As recently as last summer, few people outside academia had heard of critical race theory, whose central claim is that racism, not liberty, is the founding value and guiding vision of American society. Then, President Trump issued an executive order last September banning the teaching of this “malign ideology” to federal employees and federal contractors.

Trump’s ban was blocked by a federal judge in December and immediately revoked by Joe Biden upon occupying the White House in January. Since then, federal agencies and federal contractors have resumed staff training on unconscious bias, microaggressions, systemic racism and white privilege — some of the most common but also most disputed concepts associated with the four-decade-old academic theory.

Now critical race theory is about to face a major real-world test: a spate of lawsuits alleging that it encourages discrimination and other illegal policies targeting whites, males and Christians. But unlike Trump’s executive order, which ran into First Amendment problems by prohibiting controversial speech, the lawsuits name specific policies and practices that allegedly discriminate, harass, blame and humiliate people based on their race.

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

Fauci Says Kids Must Continue Wearing Masks Outside, Says They Are “More at Risk” of Infection Than Vaccinated Adults

Dr. Anthony Fauci said on NBC’s “Today” on Wednesday that children should continue wearing masks while they are outside playing.

The White House chief medical adviser said that it would not be safe for kids to take their masks off until they are vaccinated, and at this time, they are not the priority.

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

GoFundMe for Cop Who Mocked Lebron James Hits $70k After Friend Alleges Suspension Without Pay

A GoFundMe page created for a Bellevue, Idaho cop who mocked LeBron James has raised over $73,000, after a friend claimed officer Nate Silvester was suspended without pay.

On Wednesday, the Bellevue Marshal’s Office posted that the matter regarding Deputy Nate Silvester was being handled “internally” and that “The statements made do NOT represent the Bellevue Marshal’s Office.” There was no mention of a suspension in the statement.

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

Hundreds of Thousands Flock to Rumble After Big Tech Censors Trump Interview

YouTube always appears to find a reason to censor interviews with President Donald Trump and today is no different.

YouTube censored Dan Bongino’s interview of former President Donald Trump, for supposedly violating its “deceptive practices and scams” policy.

On the conservative political commentator’s show, Trump reiterated his claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged.

Dan Bongino uploaded a recent episode of his radio show, The Dan Bongino Show, on YouTube, where he interviewed former President Donald Trump.

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

Hunter Biden to Lecture Tulane Students About “Media Polarization” & “Fake News”

A few lucky students at Tulane University are in for a world-class lesson on elite hypocrisy.

As Hunter Biden trudges ahead in his father-directed campaign to rehabilitate his image — a campaign that began with marriage and a baby, and continued with a new book and now a sudden career 180 — the political scion and notorious trans-national influence peddler has signed on as a guest speaker for a course on media relations — specifically, the course is called “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts”.

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

Inside the Growing Underground Network of Parents Fighting ‘Anti-Racism’ In NYC Schools

“First and foremost, neither I, nor my child, have ‘white privilege,’ nor do we need to apologize for it,” Goldman wrote last September. “Suggesting I do is insulting. Suggesting to my 9-year-old child she does is child abuse, not education.”

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Ninth Circuit Says “Ghost Gun” Blueprints Can be Posted Online Without Fed Approval

3D-printed gun blueprints can be posted online without U.S. State Department approval, a divided Ninth Circuit panel ruled on Tuesday.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco reinstated a Trump administration order that authorized removing ghost guns from the State Department’s Munitions List.

The appeals court ruling will make it easier to share untraceable 3D-printed gun blueprints online, but President Joe Biden in early April announced new measures to tackle gun violence, including a crackdown on ghost guns.

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

NYC Lost $1.2 Billion in Tax Revenue as Tourism Plunged 73% During Pandemic

As Europe rolls out a vaccine passport to try and support its tourism industry by any means necessary, New York City’s tourism industry is just showing its first signs of revival.

And with those who choose not to get vaccinated restricted from traveling abroad for the foreseeable future, domestic destinations like the Big Apple are excited by the prospect of a bigger-than-expected rebound. On that note, Bloomberg reports that the city’s tourism industry is just showing its first signs of revival, according to a report from the state Comptroller’s Office.

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

One Billion ‘Franken-Squitoes’ Set to be Released in Florida Keys

South Flordia residents are angered this week as local government officials and a biotechnology company move ahead with their plan to release up to a billion gene-hacked mosquitoes over two years.

Oxitec, a British biotech company, developed the ‘franken-squitoes’ and partnered with Florida Keys Mosquito Control District to release the first-ever genetically engineered (GE) Aedes aegypti mosquitoes this week.

The project aims to decrease the total population of Aedes aegypti, one of several mosquito species that can carry diseases including dengue, Zika, and yellow fever.

Oxitec Head of Regulator Affairs Dr. Nathan told Fox News that genetically altered non-biting male mosquitos would be released into the wild with the local biting female population, producing female offspring that die in the larval stage.

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

Oregon Town Declares Emergency to Fight Gov. Brown’s Lockdowns

In the small-ish burg of Baker City, way out in Eastern Oregon, far away from the capital city, a proposal among business leaders has ignited a movement. Now, the mayor says other towns across Oregon are looking to her city as a model to fight back against an out-of-control governor.

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

Parents Organizing Across US Against ‘Dangerous’ Critical Race Theory in Classrooms: Former Professor

Former professor Carol Swain told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday that parents are organizing across the U.S. against “dangerous” critical race theory in classrooms.

CAROL SWAIN: I can tell you that across the country people are pushing back. Parents are organizing, and they should be. And I would encourage whistleblowers to step forward with your information because what is taking place is very dangerous. It is creating a hostile environment for students, as well as teachers and administrators and I know from firsthand experience that if you are in an environment that feels hostile, you cannot be your best self.

And what they are doing with the critical race theory is pure indoctrination. It’s not teaching young people how to think. In fact, it’s teaching the opposite because if they have questions…and the questions are not politically correct, then they risk getting themselves into trouble.

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

Pasquotank County Sheriff Releases Names of Deputies Who Shot at Andrew Brown Jr. In Elizabeth City

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. — Pasquotank County Sheriff Tommy Wooten on Thursday released the names of the deputies who were placed on administrative leave after the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

Wooten said that a follow-up investigation determined that four of the deputies never fired their weapons “and deserve to be reinstated to active duty.”

Three deputies did fire their weapons, he said. They will remain on administrative leave until the investigation is complete.

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

Rocker Johnny Rotten Says U.S. Collapsing Under Biden: Democrats Wokeness Causing ‘The Destruction of America’

Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten tore into the Democratic Party and said the “collapse” of America is happening because of Joe Biden’s “nonsense.”

“You have a Democrat party that doesn’t respect anything but the latest woke fashion trend and that’s to the destruction of America,” Rotten told the UK Times in a recent interview. Born Johnny Lydon in Britain, Rotten, became American citizen in 2013.

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

Roosevelt University Profs Caught Gloating on Zoom Call: ‘It’s All Social Justice, All Day’

Two professors from Roosevelt University in Chicago, who also serve as members of a local school board, were recently caught on a Zoom call bragging about how much they love being at the university because they get to teach social justice all day.

One professor appears to teach education, while the other teaches public policy.

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

Stephen Miller’s New Legal Outfit Argues Biden Policy is Racist—against White People

A lawsuit filed by Miller and Mark Meadows’ new organization argues that $5 billion in COVID aid earmarked for non-white farmers is “patently unconstitutional.”

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Study: Pfizer and Moderna Vaccines Prevent COVID-19 Hospitalization in Elderly at a 94% Rate

A recent study has found both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are 94% effective at preventing hospitalizations in people aged 65 and older.

The real-world study that was published this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also found that just one dose of the two-dose vaccine was effective 64% of the time.

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

Telegram Introduces Web Apps That Bypass Apple’s Censorship

Instant messenger Telegram has launched two new web apps, Telegram WebK and WebZ. The new apps replace the old Telegram web app, which was arguably redundant.

The web apps are particularly notable as they allow users on iOS to access channels that were otherwise censored on the version of Telegram available on the App Store due to Apple’s strict rules.

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

Trump to Restart MAGA Rallies as Early as May, Calls Potential 2024 GOP Opponent ‘Total Loser’

Former President Donald Trump is preparing to resume MAGA rallies as early as May, according to CNN, and told podcast host Dan Bongino on Wednesday that he would wait until after the 2022 midterm races to announce whether he’ll run for president again.

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

U.S. Capitol Police to be Sued for $10 Million for Killing Unarmed Rioter

The family of Ashli Babbitt—the only person shot during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol—plans to sue the U.S. Capitol Police department, and the officer who shot her, for at least $10 million, their attorney said.

The civil suit will follow a decision by federal prosecutors not to seek criminal charges against a plainclothes police lieutenant whose single shot killed Babbitt, who was unarmed.

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

US Investigating ‘Havana Syndrome’ Directed Energy Attack Near White House

Since 2017 controversy and speculation has abounded over the legitimacy of the so-called “Havana syndrome” story, which involved some 50 diplomatic officials working at the US Embassy in Cuba coming down with strange illnesses and symptoms — from headaches to vomiting to ‘brain trauma’ — which was blamed on high tech covert ‘sonic attacks’ by nefarious actors. Officials were quick to blame either Russian intelligence or Cuban operatives in what sounded like a wild James Bond style bit of futuristic espionage.

Last week the allegations returned to national media spotlight after defense officials said they believe Russia is likely behind “directed energy” attacks on US troops in northeast Syria. Apparently some US troops occupying the country began reporting “flu-like symptoms” which caused the DoD to investigate possible linkage to microwave or directed energy weapons on the battlefield of Syria. Politico reported that “officials identified Russia as a likely culprit, according to two people with direct knowledge of the matter.”

And now CNN is reporting what is perhaps the most bizarre and outlandish instance of this yet — a ‘sonic attack’ which sickened a top administration official while standing just outside White House grounds.

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

YouTube CEO Compares Boosting of “Authoritative” Sources to Scientific Process

During an appearance at a panel titled “The Future of Technology and Democracy” which was hosted by self-described “non-partisan do-tank” The McCain Institute, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki suggested that the way YouTube selects and boosts sources that it deems to be “authoritative” is comparable to a scientific process.

YouTube’s so-called authoritative sources are pre-selected mainstream media outlets that are 10x more likely to top search results for some newsworthy events, 14x more likely to be recommended on election-related content, and 20x more likely to top coronavirus search results.

Once a source has been deemed to be authoritative by YouTube, it gets heavily boosted, regardless of its view count, its engagement levels, or the responses to the video.

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

Despite City Barriers to Block ‘Barrie Freedom Rally, ‘ Organizer Vows it Will Go Ahead

BARRIE, ONT. — The City of Barrie’s mayor issued an emergency order to immediately close and fence off Meridian Place to stop the ongoing gatherings in the city’s downtown.

Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman called the measure necessary following more than a month of protests.

Earlier this week, the city said it was determined to develop a plan to put an end to the ‘Barrie Freedom Rally’ that draws hundreds of people to Meridian Place to protest the government’s strict lockdown measures.

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

France: Paris Prosecutors Open Manslaughter Probe Into Deaths Following AstraZeneca Vaccines

Paris prosecutors are taking on and combining into a involuntary manslaughter probe three separate investigations over deaths of three people who were given the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in France, they said on Wednesday.

Prosecutors specialised in leading complex investigations into health products will take on the preliminary probes already opened after complaints were filed in Toulouse, Paris and Nantes.

In Nantes, a medical student aged 26 died suddenly of a blood clot on March 18th just a few days after getting vaccinated with the AstraZeneca jab. The case from Toulouse concerns a social worker aged 38 who also died of a blood clot after her health deteriorated sharply after getting the jab.

Boittin (the Lawyer) said he was handling fifteen cases of people who died in France after having been vaccinated with AstraZeneca, the vast majority of them aged “under 60 years”.

           — Hat tip: JM [Return to headlines]
 

France Draws Up New Internet Surveillance Anti-Terrorist Bill

In an effort to strengthen its counter-terrorism laws, France is considering a bill that would allow the monitoring of websites. This new development is in response to a wave of terror attacks by Islamic extremists in recent years; the most recent was last Friday.

During a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, a draft legislation legalizing the use of algorithms to surveil activity on jihadist websites was presented to President Emanuel Macron. The bill would strengthen the counterterrorism law introduced in 2017, following a terror attack in Paris by Islamist gunmen and suicide bombers two years earlier.

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

Germany’s New Lockdown Law Sparks Flurry of Constitutional Court Complaints, Including by MPs

Germany’s new law granting Berlin sweeping powers when it comes to imposing harsh Covid-19 restrictions has sparked a wave of indignation and prompted dozens of complaints filed with the Constitutional Court.

A total of 65 complaints have been filed against the so-called Infection Protection Act to date, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe confirmed to the German media. A court spokesman also admitted that the real number of lawsuits could be higher since new ones are filed “all the time” and the court is not always able to process them in time.

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

Hungary Abolishes Income Tax for Young People Under 25 Years Old

The Hungarian Parliament approved on Wednesday the income tax exemption for all Hungarian employees under 25 years old, seen as a new pillar in the conservative government’s pro-family policies, Minister for Family Affairs Katalin Novak announced on her Facebook page.

“We support the start of life for young people. We have now passed a bill in Parliament to allow tax exemptions for young people under the age of 25,” Novak wrote.

The Hungarian government promised the tax exemption back in January, and at the time, Finance Minister Mihaly Varga, said it would cost the budget about 100 billion forints (€277 million) in lost tax revenue but that the social impact of the exemption is a much more pertinent consideration.

“I say again, tax revenue is a small aspect of this, an important aspect of course, but only a small aspect, since the long-term goal is for a young person to feel connected to their own country, find their place here, in this economy, and hopefully have children,” said Varga.

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Islamic Scholar: European Women Used to Wear Hijab, But Then Jews Spread Darwinism and ‘Culture of Nudity’

“There is a photograph of London 110 years ago and all the women wear the hijab — and they did not wear just one hijab. More like two or three.”

You ever see a photo like that? Neither have I. You think Saad Al-Mudaris is capitalizing upon the ignorance of his audience in order to indoctrinate them with his hate propaganda? So do I.

Anyway, is Saad Al-Mudaris an “extremist”? That would be a tough position to sustain, as what he says is based on the Qur’an:

Qur’an 2:65: “And well you know there were those among you that transgressed the Sabbath, and we said to them, “Be apes, miserably slinking!”

Qur’an 5:59-60: “Say: ‘People of the Book, do you blame us for any other cause than that we believe in Allah, and what has been sent down to us, and what was sent down before, and that most of you are ungodly?’ Say: ‘Shall I tell you of a recompense with Allah, worse than that? Whoever Allah has cursed, and with whom He is angry, and made some of them apes and swine, and worshippers of idols — they are worse situated, and have gone further astray from the right way.’“

Qur’an 7:166: “And when they turned in disdain from that forbidding We said to them, ‘Be you apes, miserably slinking!’“

“Iraqi Shi’ite Scholar Sheikh Saad Al-Mudaris: The Jews Used Their Money To Spread Darwinism Throughout The World In An Attempt To Remove The Shame Of Being Descendants Of Apes And Pigs,” MEMRI, April 13, 2021.

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NGO Influence at EU Court of Human Rights is Under Investigation

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has announced an investigation into the independence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg. Although the body of the document released this April does not directly acknowledge the existence of a deficit in impartiality, its title is very telling as far as the gravity of the allegations directed against the court. The reply to written questions from the Parliamentary Assembly is entitled “How to remedy potential conflicts of interest of judges at the European Court of Human Rights? Restoring the integrity of the European Court of Human Rights. The systemic problem of conflicts of interests between NGOs and judges of the European Court of Human Rights.”

Although complaints about the ECHR’s alleged political bias and collusion with far-left NGOs has often been dismissed or ignored in the past, a damning report by the European Centre for Law and Justice may have finally prompted parliamentarians to demand an investigation. The report published in 2020 had found several facts that could call the ECHR’s independence into questions.

“This report shows that at least 22 of the 100 permanent judges who have served on the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) between 2009 and 2019 are former officials or collaborators of seven NGOs that are highly active before the Court. Twelve judges are linked to the Open Society Foundation (OSF) network, seven to the Helsinki committees, five to the International Commission of Jurists, three to Amnesty International, and one each to Human Rights Watch, Interights and the A.I.R.E. Centre. The Open Society network is distinguished by the number of judges linked to it and by the fact that it funds the other six organizations mentioned in this report.”

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Paris Mayor Says She Agrees With Military Chiefs Who Threatened to Seize Control of the Country and Warned of the ‘Disintegration’ Of France — as 18 of the Officers Are Fired

A Paris mayor has backed military chiefs who threatened to seize control of the country to fight radical Islam and prevent the ‘disintegration’ of France.

Eighteen serving officers who were among the hundreds of retired soldiers who signed the open letter to Emmanuel Macron are to be fired, the country’s armed forces chief confirmed today.

But despite widespread condemnation, politicians on the right like Rachida Dati, mayor of the 7th arrondissement, continue to throw their support behind the signatories, who included 20 retired generals.

‘What is written in this letter is a reality,’ Ms Dati told France Info radio today. ‘When you have a country plagued by urban guerrilla warfare, when you have a constant and high terrorist threat, when you have increasingly glaring and flagrant inequalities … we cannot say that the country is doing well.’

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Poll: 90 Per Cent of Spaniards Do Not Trust Political Parties

Trust in the Spanish political system is incredibly low, with 90 per cent of Spaniards saying they do not trust political parties, according to the Eurobarometer poll conducted by the European Union.

The EU-wide study found that the level of distrust in Spain was higher than the already staggeringly high European average of 75 per cent.

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Portugal: Police Shut Down 120 Illegal Parties Since January

Between January and April, the period of a state of emergency and lockdown to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, the PSP detected 93 illegal parties and the GNR 24 in various parts of the country.

The Public Security Police detected six illegal parties in January, 41 in February, 28 in March and 18 in April.

The National Republican Guard closed three parties in January, eight in February, seven in March and six in April.

In a response sent to Lusa, the PSP states that these 93 parties did not comply with the health rules in force under the state of emergency, in which gatherings and agglomerations of people are prohibited.

This security force indicates that there have been no arrests, as the people responsible for organising the parties have complied with the closure orders presented by the police.

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Scotland: ‘Dramatic’ Extinction Rebellion Action Planned in Dundee This Weekend

Extinction Rebellion campaigners in Dundee have promised a ‘dramatic action’ this weekend as part of protests across the UK.

Members of the local group will take part in a sit-down protest in the city to remind Scots of the “deepening crisis in which we are living”.

The group says they will act in support of “courageous climate rebels across the UK” who are putting themselves at risk to highlight inaction on climate change.

Protests planned across the UK will see hundreds of people will step into roads and sit down in front of traffic.

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Spain: Organiser of Illegal Party in Marbella Arrested

The organiser of an illegal party in Marbella has been arrested after she offered ayahuasca to a client to relax tensions and then bit a policeman on the chest. The incident occurred during a holiday in which two UK tourists had booked a three-night stay in a double room at a villa in Marbella. However, the accommodation turned out to be shared with third parties with rooms for up to 12 people and around 55 people spread out in tents.

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UK: Google Faces $4 Billion Case Over Claims of Secret iPhone Tracking

Google is facing a £3 billion (approximately $4.16 billion) class action lawsuit at the UK Supreme Court over accusations that it secretly tracked the internet activity of millions of iPhone users. The tech giant was fined by the FTC for the same behavior, back in 2012.

The suit was filed by Richard Lloyd, the former director of the consumer advocacy group Which?, on behalf of over 4.4 million people in England and Wales. His complaint was finally successful following a petition that lasted years due to rejection at lower courts.

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UK: Muslim Was ‘Islamic Enforcer’ In Prison, Was Released, Murdered Two in Jihad Rampage at Deradicalization Event

“The 28-year-old convicted jihadi acted as an Islamic ‘enforcer’ behind bars while encouraging others to carry out violent attacks.”

He should never have been released at all, but he fooled British authorities, who are so very, very eager to be fooled, into believing he was “deradicalized.”

“Fishmongers’ Hall Terrorist Was Islamic Enforcer,” Court News UK, April 27, 2021 (thanks to Henry).

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Vehicles Vandalized, Pig’s Head Spiked at Police Headquarters in France

Vandals defiled and destroyed law enforcement vehicles in a parking lot at a police headquarters in France this week, according to reports indicating a pig’s head was also found mounted upon a stake.

Around a dozen cars and vans were defaced, with at least one flipped over in Rungis, a commune in the Paris suburbs, during the overnight hours between Sunday and Monday.

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China’s Communist Regime Celebrates Jacinda Ardern’s Attempts to Drift Away From Five Eyes Intelligence Network — as Beijing Heaps Praise on the ‘Cooperative’ New Zealand Leader

China’s communist regime have become big fans of Jacinda Arden, praising her decision to ‘deepening cooperation’ with Beijing and lead New Zealand away from its Five Eyes Allies.

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Australia’s Vaccine Rollout in One Picture: Chairs Sit Empty as Hundreds Fail to Turn Up for Their Jabs Over Blood Clot Fears — While Others Have No Idea They Can Just Walk in

One of Australia’s vaccine centres has been pictured completely empty despite 300 people being booked in for their jabs in the latest reminder of the damning reality of the country’s bungled system.

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Breaking News: Hundreds of People in Melbourne Are Told to Get Tested Now After ‘Strong and Unexpected’ Traces of COVID Was Found in Sewage

Hundreds of Victorias have been urged to get tested for coronavirus after ‘strong and unexpected’ fragments of Covid were found in the state’s sewage.

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COVID Quarantine Surge Sees 15 New Infections Overnight — With 44 in Four Days Sparking Fears it Will Spread From Hotels to the Community — as Aussies Shun Vaccine Centres

Fifteen cases of Covid have been recorded on Wednesday in Sydney’s hotel quarantine facilities, sparking fears the virus will seep out into the community.

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Prime Minister Slams ‘Identity Politics’, Cancel Culture and ‘Evil’ Social Media in New Speech

The Prime Minister made the comments during a speech at a United Israel function on faith and community in Sydney on Thursday night, referencing Australia’s Judeo-Christian heritage.

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Schools Will Replace the Terms ‘Aboriginal’ And ‘Indigenous’ With ‘First Nations Australians’ And European Colonisation Taught as an Invasion

Proposed changes to Australia’s national curriculum will see school students be taught European colonisation was an invasion after concerns were raised of the accuracy of the syllabus.

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Sydney House Prices Grow by a Record $100,000 in Just Three Months With Double-Digit Jumps in Smaller Cities… But Unit Prices Are Going Down

Sydney house prices surged by 8.5 per cent or by more than $100,000 in just three months. Canberra and Hobart had even bigger increases. But in some cities, apartment values are falling.

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Urgent Investigation After Two New South Wales Men — Including a ‘Fit and Healthy 55-Year-Old’ — Die Days After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine

Investigations are underway into deaths of a man, 55 in regional NSW and a man, 71, from Sydney days after receiving the coronavirus vaccine.

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Authorities Intercept 375 Illegal Aliens Crossing English Channel in One Day, Highest Daily Attempts This Year

French and British border authorities intercepted 375 illegal aliens in 16 boats attempting to cross the English Channel from France to England over Tuesday night to Wednesday, the highest number of daily attempts this year.

Authorities in France managed to stop seven boats containing a combined 166 migrants trying to make the illegal journey.

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French Investigators Find Child Porn Migrant Cop Killer’s Phone

French investigators have found child abuse images on one of the mobile phones used by the Tunisian migrant who murdered a female police officer last week.

Investigators reportedly found the images of abuse and other pornographic pictures on the phone of Tunisian migrant Jamel G., who fatally stabbed Stephanie Monfermé in the neck last Friday at a police station in the commune of Rambouillet in Yvelines outside of Paris. Another officer shot Jamel G. twice, the attacker later succumbing to his injuries.

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Spain: Prosecutors Target Vox for Controversial Poster Campaign About Migrant Costs

Prosecutors in Spain are investigating the populist Vox party, led by Santiago Abascal, over an electoral poster campaign which compares the government’s monthly spending on migrant minors to monthly spending on elderly Spaniards receiving pensions.

Launched just ahead of the regional elections in Madrid, which are set to take place on May 4, the poster reads: “A migrant minor, €4,700 per month, your grandmother, €426 pension per month”, and shows an elderly woman on one side and a youth wearing a hood and a mask on the other side.

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Switzerland: ‘Refugee’ With Shocking Criminal Record Immune From Deportation

An African man convicted of a multiple highly-disturbing criminal acts will likely avoid deportation from Switzerland due to technicalities in his favor, according to reports.

Didinga E., 33, was sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered expelled from the Alpine nation after a trial in Biel for a wide variety of crimes, including attempted rape, sex acts with animals, drug offenses, and threatening a police officer with a knife.

In 2020, Didinga tried to rape an elderly woman in a forest in Brügg.

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Three Hospitalised as 100 Migrants Attempt to Swim to Spanish North African Enclave

Three migrants were hospitalised for hypothermia after around 100 attempted to swim from Morocco to the Spanish North African enclave of Ceuta.

The migrants attempted the swim in groups of 20 to 30 throughout Sunday, departing from a beach in the Moroccan town of Fnideq, according to a Spanish Civil Guard spokesman.

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UK: Muslim Migrant Family Has Two Brothers Who Fought for ISIS, Four Other Jailed Jihadis

No effort was made when this family entered Britain to determine what it thought about jihad, Sharia, and the like. That would have been “Islamophobic.” But avoiding charges of “Islamophobia” comes at an increasingly steep price.

“Is this Britain’s most dangerous family? Two brothers who fought for Isis in Syria. Another jailed for life here. One more brother, a sister (and her husband) put in UK prisons for spreading hate — and the list goes on,” by Tom Rawstorne, Daily Mail, April 22, 2021 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

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Opera Integrates With Censorship-Resistant Unstoppable Domains

Opera, the fourth most popular web browser worldwide, now supports Unstoppable Domains, the blockchain-based domain name provider whose domains are not usually accessible on regular browsers without extensions.

Unstoppable Domains was created for the purpose of an “uncensorable web,” that’s free from censorship by Big Tech corporations, such as Google and dictators. It provides domain names for decentralized websites hosted on IPFS (InterPlanetary File System).

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UK: Christian Pastor Arrested for Saying Marriage is Between a Man and a Woman

A Christian pastor in the UK was arrested by police after a member of the public reported him for the “homophobic” comment of saying that marriage was between a man and a woman.

Yes, really.

The incident occurred outside Uxbridge Station in west London. A video clip shows the elderly pastor being confronted by police and forcefully handcuffed before being led away.

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UK: Watch: Christian Pastor Arrested in London for Quoting ‘Homophobic’ Bible Verses

Police in London arrested a Christian street preacher for allegedly causing “alarm and distress” to pedestrians for citing allegedly “homophobic” verses from Genesis.

On Friday, Pastor John Sherwood was preaching alongside Pastor Peter Simpson of the Penn Free Methodist Church outside the Uxbridge Underground Station — in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s own constituency.

Writing in the Conservative Woman on Tuesday, Pastor Simpson said that Sherwood preached on the final verses of Genisis 1, saying: “God’s design in creating mankind was to set human beings in families, headed by a father and a mother, not by two fathers or by two mothers. The distinction within mankind of just two genders, male and female, made in the image of God, constitutes the essence of God’s created order.”

Simpson said that the police informed them that three complaints were made in response to the street sermon.

He said that a police officer warned that he and Sherwood should avoid making any “homophobic statements” and that there is “no freedom to make statements which offend people”.

The police ultimately dragged Sherwood off his step stool and forcibly handcuffed the septuagenarian preacher.

“This dignified man of God, who is in his early 70s, was marched off to a nearby police car, as one of the helpers from my church cried out, ‘What has happened to us as a nation that a man can no longer preach from the Bible?” Pastor Simpson related.

Video of the incident was published on social media on Tuesday by the charity Christian Concern…

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Yale Sociology Prof Says Christian Homeschooling is ‘Vector of White Christian Nationalism’

A Yale University professor claimed that Christian homeschooling is often “a major vector of White Christian Nationalism.”

Philip Gorski — who teaches sociology — wrote the critique on Twitter after retweeting an advertisement for a Christian school from 1975.

The advertisement emphasized that the school had “no hippies,” as children were expected to maintain “neatness of appearance, proper length of hair for boys, and right attitudes toward elders.” Students were also taught about the “sacredness of hard work.”

The school also boasted that students were “taught to love America” and that patriotism is “a part of our program.”

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10 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/29/2021

  1. “Meanwhile, recent reports suggest that New York City lost $1.2 billion in tax revenues because of the collapse of the tourism industry after the “pandemic” hit.” What BUNK! NYC has lost 100 billion in economic damage from the useless and insane Covid lock down.

  2. in practice

    When the FDA grants emergency use authorization for a vaccine, many questions about the product cannot be answered. Given the open questions, when Congress granted the authority to issue EUAs, it chose to require that every individual should be allowed to decide for himself or herself whether or not to receive an EUA product. The FDA and CDC apparently consider this fundamental requirement of choice important enough that even during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic they reinforced that policy decision when issuing their guidance related to the Covid-19 vaccines.

    This means that an organization will likely be at odds with federal law if it requires its employees, students or other members to get a Covid-19 vaccine that is being distributed under emergency use authorization.

    State law often prohibits retaliating against an employee for refusing to participate in a violation of federal law. Organizations that require Covid-19 vaccination in violation of federal law may face lawsuits under these state laws not only to block the policy but also for damages and attorneys’ fees. Such potentially costly lawsuits can be avoided by refraining from adopting policies that require vaccination or penalize members for choosing not to be vaccinated.

    Organizations are free to encourage vaccinations through internal communications, through educational events, and through other measures to urge employees to be vaccinated. They can take these measures so long as: (1) they are not viewed as coercive, (2) the organization makes clear the decision regarding whether to receive the vaccine is voluntary, and (3) the measures comply with the requirements in the EUAs and the related regulations for these products.
    [https://tapnewswire.com/2021/02/federal-law-prohibits-employers-and-others-from-requiring-vaccination-with-a-covid-19-vaccine-distributed-under-an-eua/]

    now everyday life… things like going to a concert, shopping, watching live sports…. are considered perks of a obedience.
    When your government starts saying things like “Be obedient and you’ll get perks like getting to go to concerts,” that’s when you need to start seriously speaking up. Freedom isn’t an optional perk.

  3. Regarding news about Oxitec’s genetically modified mosquitoes: Ask who owns Oxitec? The Gates Foundation does and using genetic modifications to cause sterile insects. Does this remind any of the Gates polio shot scandal in Africa and India? Starting to sound familiar? Rather like the side effects of current wuhanvirus shots?

    This man is pure evil — researching and pushing ways to destroy life.

    If you are a God believer, please continue praying for humanity to repent and return.

    • Sterile mosquitoes are a good idea, if this reduces the spread of (presumably) malaria in humans.

      I don’t know about the polio shot “scandal”, but I do know that the disease would have been eliminated years ago, like smallpox, but for the imams in Nigeria, Pakistan etc preaching that polio vaccination was a Western plot to sterilise Muslim children. How about attacking the real enemy (especially on this site)?

      • The enemy is islam/3 rd worlders and the left that have allowed this plague and pestilence into our western countries in the first place, I could care less when 3rd worlders slaughter each other in droves, it is in their nature to do so.

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