Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/11/2021

French President Emmanuel Macron advised the G-7 to sell its gold reserves to help African countries that were hit hard economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that lockdown restrictions should be continued for people who choose to remain unvaccinated.

In other news, Patrisse Cullors, one of the co-founders of Black Lives Matter, has reportedly built a fence and a gate around her $1.4 million home in Los Angeles.

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USA
» “Hundreds” of Whistleblowers Say Military Forcing “Anti-American Indoctrination” on Them: Sen. Cotton
» After Reopening, Chicago Illegal Parties Taskforce Now Covering Illegal Activity
» Alleged Portland Antifa Member Faces Federal Charges Over $164k Riot Rampage
» Amazon, Others Face Forced Asset Sales Under Imminent House Bills
» Biden Administration Launches Task Force to Share Census and Health Data With Private Companies
» BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Reportedly Builds Fence, Gate Around $1.4m Home
» Chicago Cops No Longer Permitted to Chase Suspects on Foot for Some Offenses
» Exclusive: More Voters in Fairfax, Loudoun Counties Oppose Critical Race Theory Than Support it
» Fluvanna County Man a Suspect After Shooting on South First Street
» Gunman in Florida Grocery Store Shooting That Killed Grandmother and 1-Year-Old is Identified
» Homeowner Found Dead After Explosions, Fires in Eagleville Police Standoff
» Hunter Biden Was Middleman Between Ukrainians and Democratic Lobbyists Currently Under Investigation
» Hydroxychloroquine Supporters Who Were Censored Online Feel Vindicated by New Study
» Is Critical Race Theory at a School Near You?
» Lawsuit Challenges Minnesota Law Barring Young Adults From Getting Permit to Carry Handguns
» Meetings App Vybe Together Accuses Apple of Banning it for Political Reasons
» Michigan Inmate Stabbed to Death in Breakfast Line Fight
» Over 24 Cops Raided the Wrong Address and Wrecked an Elderly Man’s Home. They All Got Qualified Immunity.
» Proud Boys Attorney Sets Up Organization to Oppose ‘Radical Left’ ACLU
» Stanford Study: Most Mass Shooters Have Undiagnosed Psychiatric Illnesses
» Teen Girls’ ER Visits for Suicide Attempts Increased 51% During Pandemic: CDC Report
» Twitter Flags Conservative Journalist’s Tweet of COVID-19 Story as ‘Misleading’ — NBC News Shares Same Article and Isn’t Censored
» U of Chicago Student Coalition Advocates CRT, Organizes Boycott Against Graduation at Its ‘Racist and Imperialist’ University
» Video: Tucker Carlson Slams Fauci’s ‘Bizarre’ “I Am Science” Claim
» Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood Called a Deputy-Involved Shooting on Thursday an “Ambush in Waiting.”
» YouTube Bans Sen. Ron Johnson for Discussing Early Treatment of COVID-19
 
Canada
» “Stand While You Can, Before You Can’t”
» Breaking: People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier Arrested in Manitoba
» Breaking: Pastor Peter Reicher Served by Police: “Canada Has Become Communist”
» Millions in Charges Issued to COVID Travel Rule-Breakers
» Police Hand Out Fines Totaling More Than $15k to 18 People Following Illegal Muskoka Gathering
» Top Canadian ‘Conservative’ Asks ‘Forgiveness’ For ‘Cis/Straight/White’ Privilege
» Trudeau Liberals Push for Easier Mail-in Voting, 5 Million Mail-in Ballots Ready to be Printed
 
Europe and the EU
» As Poland’s Economy Boom, Poles Are Increasingly Rejecting Work in the Netherlands
» British Man Cleared After Being Arrested for “Offensive” Online Video
» France’s Macron Urges G-7 to Sell Gold Reserves to Fund Bailout for Africa
» Hungarian National Team Refuses to Kneel for BLM at Budapest Match, Ireland Takes the Knee
» UK: Boris Compares Himself and Biden to Churchill and Roosevelt
» UK: Boris Calls Talk With Biden ‘Breath of Fresh Air’, Touts NATO, Climate Change Agenda
» UK: Chairman of Official Remain in EU Campaign Admits ‘Project Fear’ Exaggerated, Didn’t Work
» UK: Doctor Who Wants Indefinite Lockdown Says “Sadly, It Can’t be Forever”
» UK: Online Petition Demands James Corden be Held “Accountable” For “Spill Your Guts” Segment
» UK: Tony Blair Suggests Unvaccinated Should Remain Under Lockdown Restrictions
» UK: World Must ‘Build Back Better’ Based on ‘Greener’, ‘Fairer’ Foundations, Says Boris Ahead of G7
 
Balkans
» Croatia Refuses to ‘Take a Knee’, Says it’s a Political Gesture Against UEFA Rules
 
Russia
» Scientists Revive 24,000-Year-Old Worm-Like Animal Frozen in Siberia
 
Far East
» Hong Kong Protests: Police Arrest Student Leaders Over Promotion of Unauthorised Gatherings for June 12 Anniversary
» ‘Hostages for Beijing’: UK Universities Took £40m From Chinese Communist Linked Companies: Report
» Kim Jong Un: K-Pop is a Threat to North Korea’s Communist Society
» WordPress Insists it Wasn’t Operating for China When it Suspended Pro-Hong Kong Rights Group
 
Australia — Pacific
» COVID Lockdowns Found to be Major Factor in Doubling of Australia’s Attempted Youth Suicides
 
Latin America
» 18 Men Running in Mexican Elections as Women Shows the Absurdity of Global Gender Ideology
 
Immigration
» Biden Admin Closes Office That Helps Victims of Crimes Committed by Immigrants, Opens Immigrant Services Center
» Facebook Fails to Police Human Smugglers Sneaking Migrants Into US, Report Finds
» France: Macron Calls for More Effective Deportations of Radicalised Illegals
» Migrant Arrested for Throwing Wife From Second Story in France
» UK: ‘When is She Going to Sort This?’ Boris ‘Lashed Out at Priti Patel’ Over Migrant Channel Crossings as Ministers Blame Officials for Failing to Enforce Policies
» UK: Kent Council Reaches Limit for Number of Child Migrants it Can Look After as Number of Refugees to Make Dangerous Channel Crossing This Month Passes 1,000
 
Culture Wars
» DeSantis Would Ban Trans Surgeries for Minors
» Linux Foundation Unveils COVID Certificate Network
» Virginia Girl Slams School Board for Transgender Locker Room Policy
 
General
» Undergraduate Enrollment Plummets 727,000 (4.9%); Graduate Enrollment Rises 124,000 (4.6%)
 

“Hundreds” of Whistleblowers Say Military Forcing “Anti-American Indoctrination” on Them: Sen. Cotton

Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) told Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on June 10 that “hundreds” of military whistleblowers have reported being forced to receive “anti-American indoctrination” training, including critical race theory (CRT).

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

After Reopening, Chicago Illegal Parties Taskforce Now Covering Illegal Activity

CHICAGO (CBS) — Dangerous, illegal parties in hotels, businesses and vacation rentals.

CBS 2’s Tara Molina reports on the hundreds of citations issued by a special city task force, created during the pandemic.

The task force will continue that work, even now with the city fully reopened.

With a focus on preventing illegal, dangerous parties from leading to criminal offenses, something we’ve seen across the city throughout the past year and half.

A video from Lan’s in Old Town showed a pandemic party like few had seen before, spurred a lot of conversation this past winter.

It ended with an apology from the restaurant for what it called “desperate actions” with city restrictions ravaging the restaurants industry.

CBS 2 found, through a public records request, it also led to two citations from the city’s Large Gathering Task Force, for violating the city’s health orders.

A month later? Cited again, that time for smoking inside, and again, violating health orders.

They’re just a handful of the 1,018 citations issued by that task force, that started up last July, working with the Department of Buildings, the Chicago Fire Department and the Chicago Police Department on more than 900 investigations.

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

Alleged Portland Antifa Member Faces Federal Charges Over $164k Riot Rampage

An accused rioter caught on surveillance video is facing federal charges for causing tens of thousands of dollars in damages to federal property at three separate Portland riots. The Post Millennial can exclusively report that suspect Anthony Aaron Amoss, 33, of Fairview, Ore., has close ties to Antifa.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Oregon is prosecuting Amoss on an accusation that he broke more than a dozen windows at the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse and the local Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility in March and April.

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

Amazon, Others Face Forced Asset Sales Under Imminent House Bills

Amazon and other technology giants could be forced to either split into two companies or shed their private-label products under a new bill under preparation by House lawmakers, according to documents viewed by the Wall Street Journal.

The bill, which could be announced as soon as today, “could mandate structural separation of Amazon and other technology giants that Congress spent 15 months investigating as part of an inquiry into the size and power of Big Tech,” according to the report. Another bill potentially coming Friday targets the ability of big tech to pump their own products over their platforms over their competitors.

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

Biden Administration Launches Task Force to Share Census and Health Data With Private Companies

The Biden administration has launched a task force that will allow private companies like Google as well as researchers to access large sets of sensitive data about Americans that were previously collected and available only to the government.

The reasoning behind the initiative is supposedly to remain competitive with other countries, notably China and Russia, in the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Those who will be given access to this data will be expected to come up with “great ideas” on how to put AI to use.

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

BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Reportedly Builds Fence, Gate Around $1.4m Home

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who resigned as executive director of the group’s foundation amid criticism over her lavish lifestyle, has reportedly erected a fence and electric gate around her $1.4 million LA home.

Photos published by the Daily Mail show the newly installed barriers at the 2,380-square-foot property, which Cullors, 37, closed on in March.

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

Chicago Cops No Longer Permitted to Chase Suspects on Foot for Some Offenses

Chicago police will be adopting a new foot chase police that looks to limit when an officer can engage in the tactic. This comes after two cases of police killing someone they were in pursuit of on foot.

The new policy, which goes into effect on June 11, prohibits foot chases in connection to minor traffic offenses or for criminal offenses less than a Class A misdemeanor, “unless the person poses an obvious threat to the community or any person,” according to USA Today.

The policy says that foot pursuits are now “appropriate only when there is probable cause for an arrest or it is believed an individual has committed, is committing or is about to commit a crime.”

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Exclusive: More Voters in Fairfax, Loudoun Counties Oppose Critical Race Theory Than Support it

A new poll obtained by The Federalist indicates voters in two counties where the fight over curricula has brewed into national controversy are not in favor of critical race theory overhauling the classroom.

The survey, released by Public Opinion Strategies and paid for by FightForSchools.com and N2America, points to voters in Fairfax and Loudoun, Virginia counties opposing critical race theory dogma. Parents and teachers in both of the northern Virginia areas have been enwrapped in battles, speaking out at board meetings and fighting curricula changes.

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

Fluvanna County Man a Suspect After Shooting on South First Street

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) — Police are looking for a Fluvanna County man after a shooting that killed one person happened Thursday night in Charlottesville.

Officers with the Charlottesville Police Department responded to a reported shooting on South First Street around 9:35 p.m.

According to a news release, the officers found a man with a gunshot wound and began immediate life-saving efforts until paramedics arrived.

Dre’Shawn Rayvon McDonald, a 27-year-old resident of Charlottesville, was taken to the University of Virginia Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

Officers, forensic personnel and detectives began the investigation and worked through the night. Warrants were obtained Friday morning for Tajuan Rahmeen Allen, a 22-year-old resident of Fluvanna County.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Gunman in Florida Grocery Store Shooting That Killed Grandmother and 1-Year-Old is Identified

The Palm Beach County, Florida, sheriff’s office has identified the gunman in a fatal shooting at a Publix supermarket Thursday as 55-year-old Timothy J. Wall.

According to authorities, Wall fatally shot a grandmother and her 1-year-old grandson inside the Royal Palm Beach grocery store before killing himself.

The motive in the shooting remains unknown. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office previously said there is no known relationship between the shooter and the victims, who will remain unidentified after their families invoked Marsy’s Law…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Homeowner Found Dead After Explosions, Fires in Eagleville Police Standoff

Authorities believe homemade fireworks chemicals, ammunition led to destructive blasts

An armed man who was involved in a police standoff that escalated into a series of house fires Thursday has been found dead in the rubble of his Eagleville home, Montgomery County prosecutors said.

Thomas Razzi, 65, remained in his property during a chaotic scene that destroyed two other townhomes and caused damage to another three, investigators said. His body has been positively identified.

Just before noon on Thursday, Lower Providence Township Police received a 911 call from a witness who said a township code enforcement officer was being chased by a man with a gun. The code enforcement officer had visited the property, located at 4045 Cardin Place, to perform a follow-up inspection for known hoarding conditions, prosecutors said.

When the code enforcement officer entered the home, Razzi displayed a firearm, according to investigators. The officer left the property and was able to ask a neighbor to call police. The officer also called 911 and explained the dangerous situation.

Two Lower Providence policer officers responded to the scene and confronted Razzi in front of his home. Razzi was not armed at the time and retreated into his home, slamming the door behind him, prosecutors said.

Additional police officers arrived at the scene and established a perimeter around the property.

A short time later, a series of loud explosions and gunfire could be heard coming from inside Razzi’s home. Authorities believe Razzi was the source of explosions and gunfire. Officers did not exchange gunfire with Razzi at any time…

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

Hunter Biden Was Middleman Between Ukrainians and Democratic Lobbyists Currently Under Investigation

The smartest guy Joe Biden knows, Hunter Biden, acted as a middleman between Ukrainian energy giant Burisma and two Democratic lobbyists currently under investigation for failing to disclose their work for the scandal-plagued company, according to the Washington Free Beacon’s Chuck Ross.

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Hydroxychloroquine Supporters Who Were Censored Online Feel Vindicated by New Study

It’s no secret that the Covid pandemic was in many instances weaponized to censor former President Donald Trump, by his political opponents and traditional and social media companies.

Trump’s position and policy on a number of issues — from the origin of the virus to the best way to treat the disease — was consistently censored online as misleading and dangerous misinformation, even though the WHO’s main objection to using the drugs Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin was that they are allegedly ineffective rather than harmful.

The censorship of many ideas over the last year and the speed at which social media companies labeled them “conspiracy theories” to get them censored, highlighted how much power these companies have over public discourse and how there’s little accountability when they’re found to be wrong.

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Is Critical Race Theory at a School Near You?

The Legal Insurrection Foundation released an interactive map that allows individuals to track Critical Race Theory training in education.

The resource serves to provide students and parents with more information about the curriculum that is being taught in 200 colleges in all 50 states.

As Campus Reform has reported, Critical Race Theory training has been used by colleges and universities as a form of “diversity” training for students and faculty. Former President Donald Trump signed an executive order in 2020 banning these types of training. President Joe Biden reversed this order shortly after being sworn in.

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Lawsuit Challenges Minnesota Law Barring Young Adults From Getting Permit to Carry Handguns

(FOX 9) — A lawsuit filed this week is challenging a Minnesota law the prohibits young adults under the age of 21 from getting a permit to carry a pistol.

The complaint filed by the pro-gun rights organization Firearms Policy Coalition, on behalf of three Minnesotans between the ages of 18 and 21, argues the law violates their constitutional rights under the Second Amendment.

Under state law, to get a permit to carry a handgun in the state of MInnesota, you need to be age 21 or older and undergo firearm safety training.

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Meetings App Vybe Together Accuses Apple of Banning it for Political Reasons

Vybe Together, an app that helps users find and organize parties, has accused tech giant Apple of banning it from the App Store for political reasons and is appealing the decision.

It was banned from the App Store late last year after a New York Times reporter accused it of being used for “finding and promoting COVID-unsafe large, indoor house parties.”

At the time, Vybe Together disputed the claims and said the whole thing was “blown out of proportion by media. We DO NOT CONDONE LARGE GATHERINGS.”

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Michigan Inmate Stabbed to Death in Breakfast Line Fight

Jackson — A Michigan prison inmate died Friday after being stabbed during a fight, authorities said.

The fight involved more than a dozen inmates and occurred at the Cotton prison near Jackson, said Brianna Brugel, a spokeswoman at the state Department of Corrections.

One man died at a hospital while another was treated and returned to the prison, Brugel said.

The fight broke out in the breakfast meal line.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Over 24 Cops Raided the Wrong Address and Wrecked an Elderly Man’s Home. They All Got Qualified Immunity.

Onree Norris was 78 years old when a swarm of police officers raided his Georgia home without warning in 2018, bombarding the place with two flash-bang grenades, careening through the door with a battering ram, and placing Norris under arrest.

He was later released when cops with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team and the Flint Circuit Drug Task Force realized their suspect actually lived next door.

“Something went off like a bomb in my house,” Norris told local news in September of 2020.

The botched raid set off a legal odyssey that reached its denouement last month when a federal court confirmed that the cop at the center of the operation was entitled to qualified immunity. Norris will thus be barred from suing for the violation of his civil rights.

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

Proud Boys Attorney Sets Up Organization to Oppose ‘Radical Left’ ACLU

A lawyer who represents several Proud Boy suspects accused of taking part in the Capitol attack and helped raise $2 million bail money for Kenosha double murder suspect Kyle Rittenhouse has set up a new organization to rival the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Lawyer John Pierce, who has also represented Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani and campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, announced the creation of the National Constitutional Law Union (NCLU) in response to what he called “increasing government tyranny” in the U.S., as well as the ACLU’s “shift to the extreme left” over the past several years.

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

Stanford Study: Most Mass Shooters Have Undiagnosed Psychiatric Illnesses

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine have published a study that reveals most of the perpetrators of mass shootings in America are people with undiagnosed psychiatric disorders.

The study focused on 115 assailants of shootings committed between 1982 and 2019, and then narrowed that number down to ones who survived.

“We found that most mass shooters in our study experienced undiagnosed and unmedicated psychiatric illness,” the researchers noted.

Describing the findings as “striking,” the study notes that symptoms of clinical psychiatric disorders were identified in almost all the shooters, 32 out of 35.

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

Teen Girls’ ER Visits for Suicide Attempts Increased 51% During Pandemic: CDC Report

A new report out from the CDC shows that there was a substantial uptick in emergency department visits by teen girls for suicide attempts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report was released on Friday, and it showed that weekly emergency room visits for teen girls between the ages of 12 and 17 were up by nearly 51 percent to March 2021. The visits included ones for self-harm that was not intended to take life.

Emergency room visits for teens began their rise by May 2020, three months into the pandemic. Teen girls were particularly susceptible, and by the summer of 2020, emergency room visits by that demographic increased more than 26 percent from 2019. That increase moved up to 50.6 percent by March 2021 for girls. Boys’ visits to the emergency room for this cause was up nearly 4 percent.

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

Twitter Flags Conservative Journalist’s Tweet of COVID-19 Story as ‘Misleading’ — NBC News Shares Same Article and Isn’t Censored

When The National Pulse‘s editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam shared an article on Twitter about the link between COVID-19 vaccinations and heart inflammation in young adults, the tweet was flagged as “misleading.” But when NBC News tweeted the same story, the left-wing outlet was left unscathed on the Big Tech platform.

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U of Chicago Student Coalition Advocates CRT, Organizes Boycott Against Graduation at Its ‘Racist and Imperialist’ University

UChicago United, a group of “students of color committed to racial justice at The University of Chicago” is boycotting the school’s convocation, a graduation ceremony, on June 9.

The group called the University of Chicago a “racist and imperialist university” in its tweet announcing the boycott. The same tweet also provides information for UChicago United’s on-campus rally on July 13.

Among the organization’s priorities is to “abolish the University as we know it.” Recommendations to achieve abolition include anti-gentrification policies and a ban on “all academic penalties.”

Additionally, the UChicago United is demanding on its website a new academic department that “must teach and uplift movement-based knowledges [sic], the revolutionary theory and practice of successful and unsuccessful, past and present social movements worldwide.”

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

Video: Tucker Carlson Slams Fauci’s ‘Bizarre’ “I Am Science” Claim

Responding to Dr Fauci’s claims earlier this week that any criticism of him equates to an attack on science itself, Tucker Carlson pointed out that with the ‘bizarre’ comments, Fauci “instantly disqualified himself as a scientist.”

“This is a perfect distillation of what we just lived through for the past year and a half,” Carlson asserted, adding “It is bizarre… He imagines that questioning science is attacking science.”

“Science is not a book that you check out of the library or look up on Wikipedia,” Carlson continued, adding “Science is a way of thinking and it begins with deep skepticism about what we think we know. You commit to science when you take nothing for granted, when you ask hard questions.”

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Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood Called a Deputy-Involved Shooting on Thursday an “Ambush in Waiting.”

Sheriff Mike Chitwood says deputies were called to the home on Tanglewood Road for a domestic disturbance.

The woman left the home and called 911, telling deputies the man threatened to kill responding law enforcement and then kill himself.

As deputies arrived, the sheriff says it was dark and one of the first responding officers, a senior deputy, took his time, carefully approaching down a long driveway.

Chitwood says that’s when the man, standing outside, pointed a gun at the deputy. It is unclear if the man fired at the deputy.

The senior deputy fired at the man, hitting him twice. The man retreated to a boat shed where deputies were eventually able to talk him into putting his weapon down and giving up.

The sheriff says his deputies immediately started rendering lifesaving aid. According to authorities, they found at least six firearms, placed strategically inside that boat shed.

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

YouTube Bans Sen. Ron Johnson for Discussing Early Treatment of COVID-19

Google’s YouTube has stepped up its draconian censorship of a sitting U.S. senator.

The powerful video-sharing company removed a video of a speech given by Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and banned him from uploading new videos for at least seven days. The action took place several months after YouTube removed two videos of testimony given at a hearing he hosted of the Senate’s Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on the topic of early treatment of COVID-19.

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

“Stand While You Can, Before You Can’t”

Day two of religious freedom protest in Edmonton

Thursday evening marked the second installment of the two-day Battle for Canada Worship Rally at the Alberta legislature grounds organized, in part, by Kelowna Pastor Art Lucier of Harvest Fellowship.

Approximately 300 people gathered in front of the infamous Sky Palace building to the north of the legislature building to send a message to Premier Jason Kenney’s UCP government that the state should not be using pandemic restrictions to interfere in the autonomy of churches.

On Thursday, Alberta moved into Stage 2 reopening, moving church capacity from 15 per cent of fire code to one third.

However, Fairview Baptist Church in Calgary remains confiscated by Alberta Health Services and GraceLife Church west of Edmonton remains fenced off at the direction of the province’s health bureaucracy. GraceLife is currently suing the province for the return of the building.

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

Breaking: People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier Arrested in Manitoba

Police in Manitoba have arrested People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier during his provincial tour. Bernier was in Manitoba with a plan to host events in multiple cities, but was warned by the province’s public health authorities that he would be required to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in the province.

The People’s Party leader instead vowed to continue on with his rallies in spite of the warning.

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Breaking: Pastor Peter Reicher Served by Police: “Canada Has Become Communist”

Pastor Peter Reicher has just been served by police with Justice Rooke’s wide-sweeping injunction and must now attend a provincial court.

Peter has recently taken over pastoral duties at Artur Pawlowski’s church in Calgary, Alberta.

Pastor Peter’s wife Axa livestreamed the police visit this afternoon, telling the cops that “the devil has deceived you!”

“I have a recommendation for you,” Axa told another officer. “You need to go home and repent! Because what [you’re doing is] criminal.”

After asking the officer if he believes in God, Axa asked: “So you get paid to persecute Christians?” “We get paid to do our job, yes,” answered the officer.

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

Millions in Charges Issued to COVID Travel Rule-Breakers

Public health enforcers have issued millions’ worth of charges to air travellers for violating federal quarantine rules according to records shared in the House of Commons.

Blacklock’s Reporter detailed how during an inquiry discussed in the House showed that travellers who refused to stay in quarantine hotels racked up fines totalling $2,964,000. Records showed that 988 individuals were each issued $3,000 fines for “refusing to go to government-approved accommodation” — the majority of which were issued at Pearson International Airport in Toronto.

The fines stem from an order issued in early January when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government laid new requirements for air travellers in early January. These new rules mandated that before entering Canada, travellers were required to have taken an approved test for COVID three days before arriving in the country.

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

Police Hand Out Fines Totaling More Than $15k to 18 People Following Illegal Muskoka Gathering

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have handed out fines totalling $15,840 to 18 people who attended a large gathering in Huntsville, Ont., on Thursday evening.

At about 5:30 p.m., police say they responded to a complaint regarding a large gathering at a Deerfoot Trail home.

After police attended the gathering, they found a large group of people who weren’t compliant with the restrictions under the Reopening Ontario Act.

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

Top Canadian ‘Conservative’ Asks ‘Forgiveness’ For ‘Cis/Straight/White’ Privilege

In a bizarre woke social media post, a top Canadian Conservative Party MP asked for “forgiveness” because of her “cis/straight/white” privilege.

Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) MP Michelle Rempel Garner, currently the shadow minister for health, wrote: “I humble myself and ask forgiveness, and seek to make things right. I have privilege; I am cis/straight/white. But I am also a woman who works in a system dominated by white maleness.”

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Trudeau Liberals Push for Easier Mail-in Voting, 5 Million Mail-in Ballots Ready to be Printed

President of the Privy Council Dominic LeBlanc told Parliament yesterday that, because he found mail-in voting to be too challenging in 2019, mail-in voting should be made easier, and with less paper work, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

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As Poland’s Economy Boom, Poles Are Increasingly Rejecting Work in the Netherlands

Fewer Poles are deciding to become temporary workers in the Netherlands due to the strong results of the Polish economy, reports Dutch survey company Decisio.

The majority of workers from Central and Eastern Europe, including Poles, work in Dutch agriculture, forestry and fishing. They are often hired through employment agencies.

“The dynamic growth of the Polish economy results in temporary employment agencies in the Netherlands having increasingly fewer employees from Poland,” Decisio analysist Suzanne Steegman told the Polish Press Agency.

She emphasized that after carrying out surveys in several Dutch cities the trend can be confirmed almost everywhere in the Netherlands.

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

British Man Cleared After Being Arrested for “Offensive” Online Video

A UK magistrates court has cleared the man who was arrested for tweeting a video mocking media personality Katie Price and her son Harvey. The court cleared the 52-year-old man after seeing he posted the video as a joke and it was not targeted harassment.

Last November, Philip Lewer was arrested on suspicion of sending an offensive message just ten hours after tweeting a video sketch mocking Price and her son. The clip featured a tanned woman mimicking Katie and a man with his face painted black mimicking Harvey.

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France’s Macron Urges G-7 to Sell Gold Reserves to Fund Bailout for Africa

Having been slapped in the face by an unemployed fan of medieval swordsmanship who said he is a right-wing sympathiser yesterday, French President Macron was back at work today, making headlines in his latest press conference.

Building on comments from earlier in May, when Macron hosted African leaders and the heads of multilateral lenders to find ways of financing African economies hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss handling the continent’s billions of dollars debt; the French President had an interesting suggestion for how to fund the bailout.

“The peculiarity of Africa is that it does not have the financial means today to protect and revive its economy like all the other continents have done,” French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told RFI radio in May.

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Hungarian National Team Refuses to Kneel for BLM at Budapest Match, Ireland Takes the Knee

As was expected, the Hungarian national team did not kneel before the last friendly match with Ireland, just four days before the kick-off of the European Championship co-hosted by Hungary, news and opinion portal Mandiner writes.

The protest form, which began in the sporting world with ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, also broke into Euroepan football last year, along with the growing Black Lives Matter movement after the death of George Floyd. At the European Championship, members of the English national team will kneel before the matches, although there were spectators in the British stadiums before the home-run preparation matches who did not like it.

However, the players of the Hungarian team will not kneel at any point during the championship matches, according to a statement by Hungarian national football federation MLSZ, the Hungarian national team will not only follow the international rules and norms in all cases, but will give respect to everyone — be it an opponent, a fan or anyone else.

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UK: Boris Compares Himself and Biden to Churchill and Roosevelt

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has compared himself and President Joe Biden to wartime leaders Sir Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Speaking shortly after the 77th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, the commemoration of which was once again heavily disrupted by coronavirus restrictions, Prime Minister Johnson suggested that his meeting with the U.S. Democrat at the G7 summit in Cornwall is not unlike Churchill and Roosevelt meeting in 1941 to agree the Atlantic Charter.

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UK: Boris Calls Talk With Biden ‘Breath of Fresh Air’, Touts NATO, Climate Change Agenda

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his first face-to-face talk with U.S. President Joe Biden was a “breath of fresh air”, gushing over joint plans regarding climate change and NATO.

Speaking at the G7 Summit in Cornwall, England, on Thursday, Prime Minister Johnson said: “It’s wonderful to listen to the Biden administration and to Joe Biden because there’s so much that they want to do together with us — on security, on Nato, to climate change.”

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UK: Chairman of Official Remain in EU Campaign Admits ‘Project Fear’ Exaggerated, Didn’t Work

The Lord Rose of Monewden, chairman of the official Remain campaign during the EU referendum, has admitted that “Project Fear” was exaggerated and voters did not buy into it.

Speaking almost five years after the 2016 vote to Leave the European Union, Stuart Rose, who headed the official Britain Stronger In Europe (BSE) campaign in 2016, told ITV News that he had strong personal misgivings about the decision to “really… hit people on the financials” and exaggerate the immediate economic impact of a vote to Leave the EU — a strategy which became known as ‘Project Fear’.

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UK: Doctor Who Wants Indefinite Lockdown Says “Sadly, It Can’t be Forever”

A doctor who argued that the UK’s COVID-19 lockdown should remain in place indefinitely may have inadvertently revealed his true thoughts by letting slip the comment, “sadly, it can’t be forever.”

Yes, really.

The remark was made by National Health Action Party’s Doctor Richard Taylor during a fiery interview hosted by Julia Hartley-Brewer on TalkRADIO.

Hartley-Brewer challenged Taylor’s ‘zero COVID’ argument after the doctor suggested that some form of lockdown should remain in place until the virus is entirely eradicated, which is a scientific impossibility.

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UK: Online Petition Demands James Corden be Held “Accountable” For “Spill Your Guts” Segment

James Corden is facing online backlash over the “Spill Your Guts” segment on “The Late Late Show.” The outraged have gone as far as creating a petition calling on him to end the segment because they say it “encourages anti-Asian hate.”

British comedian and actor James Corden has a segment on his late night show titled “Spill Your Guts,” where his guests have to answer a personal, often embarrassing, question or dine from a selection of cuisines, which are often described as “disgusting” or “gross.” Some of the dishes are obscure to a Western audience but are traditional Asian delicacies.

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UK: Tony Blair Suggests Unvaccinated Should Remain Under Lockdown Restrictions

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair implied that those who choose not to be vaccinated should be discriminated against by remaining under lockdown restrictions if the UK’s June 21st “freedom day” is to be accomplished.

During an interview with ITV News, Blair was asked if he would delay the June 21st deadline, when all social distancing, mask mandates and other lockdown rules are supposed to come to an end.

Blair said that if the data suggested the June 21st date was at risk, the government should “look again at distinguishing between those people who are vaccinated and those people who aren’t because it really makes no sense to treat the two groups as if they’re the same.”

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UK: World Must ‘Build Back Better’ Based on ‘Greener’, ‘Fairer’ Foundations, Says Boris Ahead of G7

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has again parroted Joe Biden’s “build back better” slogan ahead of the G7 Summit, saying the world must rebuild post-pandemic based on “greener and fairer foundations”.

In a press release published on Friday ahead of the meeting of G7 leaders at Carbis Bay in Cornwall, England, Prime Minister Johnson, who is chairing the summit, said that it was the “shared task” of the world’s biggest economies to “build back better” after the “tragedy” of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

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Croatia Refuses to ‘Take a Knee’, Says it’s a Political Gesture Against UEFA Rules

The Croatian national football team says its players will refuse to ‘take a knee’ before their Euro 2020 games because the stunt is an explicitly political gesture which would violate UEFA rules.

The argument made in the UK for England players taking the knee, despite being booed for it by their own fans, is that the gesture is merely a symbolic anti-racism stance and doesn’t equate to any form of political messaging.

However, the gesture only started being performed in the UK after the death of George Floyd last year and is inextricably linked with Black Lives Matter, a divisive, violent, extremist far-left political movement.

With Croatia set to play England at Wembley next week, the Croatian Federation said that its players would not be taking a knee before the match and will instead remain standing.

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Scientists Revive 24,000-Year-Old Worm-Like Animal Frozen in Siberia

Russian scientists have published new research this week that shows a tiny animal called a Bdelloid rotifer can be revived after frozen for tens of thousands of years.

On Monday, the paper titled “A living bdelloid rotifer from 24,000-year-old Arctic permafrost” was published in Cell.com’s “Current Biology” section, which stated the Bdelloid rotifer are some of the toughest multicellular animals of their kind, able to be frozen for thousands of years then revived.

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Hong Kong Protests: Police Arrest Student Leaders Over Promotion of Unauthorised Gatherings for June 12 Anniversary

Police have arrested two student leaders on suspicion of promoting and inciting others to take part in unauthorised events marking Hong Kong’s second anniversary of the 2019 anti-government protests.

Opposition activists Wong Yat-chin, 20, and Wong Yuen-lam, 19, the convenor and spokeswoman respectively for Student Politicism, were detained on Friday and accused of inciting others to join unlawful assemblies, as well as advertising or publicising illegal gatherings, according to a police source.

Superintendent Wilson Tam Wai-shun, of the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau, said on Friday evening that the pair, who were arrested in Tung Chung and Lai Chi Kok, had allegedly posted messages on various platforms to invite other people to go to gatherings at Mong Kok and Causeway Bay on Saturday to mark the second anniversary of the protests.

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‘Hostages for Beijing’: UK Universities Took £40m From Chinese Communist Linked Companies: Report

Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other firms owned or connected to the Communist Party have provided twenty British universities with tens of millions in funding for research projects, according to a report conducted by Conservative MPs.

The China Research Group of Tory backbench MPs reported that leading universities in the UK have accepted at least £40 million in research grants from Chinese Communist Party (CCP) tied firms since 2015.

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Kim Jong Un: K-Pop is a Threat to North Korea’s Communist Society

Not one to mince words, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un declared K-Pop to be a “vicious cancer” in the country’s new culture war against its southern neighbor.

As South Korean music, movies, and dramas continue to be smuggled into the North through its border with China, the influence of democratic values is being perceived as a threat to the communist regime’s stranglehold of North Korean society.

Details of the state’s campaign against South Korean influences came to light when South Korean legislators made public internal documents smuggled out of the Hermit Kingdom by Daily NK.

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WordPress Insists it Wasn’t Operating for China When it Suspended Pro-Hong Kong Rights Group

WordPress has denied claims that it took down the website of pro-democracy activists at the request of Hong Kong police. The US-based website provider said the website just happened to violate its policy, but did not say which policies were violated.

US-based pro-democracy group the Hong Kong Liberation Coalition (HKLC), composed of pro-democracy activists in self-imposed exile, announced that its website, launched only two weeks ago, was taken down by WordPress. On opening the website visitors get a notice stating it “has been archived or suspended in accordance with our Terms of Service.”

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COVID Lockdowns Found to be Major Factor in Doubling of Australia’s Attempted Youth Suicides

COVID-19 lockdowns were found to have been a major contributing factor to a doubling in attempted suicides of those aged between 5-25 in Australia.

Over the past 6 months, the Kids Helpline organization revealed that there have been 862 attempted suicides in young people, meaning that interventions have doubled in the space of a year.

The group noted that severe depression caused by COVID-19 lockdowns were a major driving factor in the increase.

From December 2020 to May 2021, interventions spiked nationally by a whopping 99 per cent compared to the same period a year ago.

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18 Men Running in Mexican Elections as Women Shows the Absurdity of Global Gender Ideology

The mainstream media likes to ignore the increasingly frequent events which reveal the absurdity of gender ideology. This is why no one in Poland mentioned the situation which took place during the recent elections in Mexico. In the state of Tlaxcala, 18 politicians starting from the lists of the center-left Fuerza Por Mexico party registered as women despite being men.

This happened due to the quota system present in Mexico, which requires all political groups to put forward a certain index of women in elections. Based on this, the election commission rejected Fuerza Por Mexico’s registration in Tlaxcala and ordered the removal of 18 activists and their replacement by women.

Instead of stepping down, the 18 politicians ran in the elections by registering as women. The actual state of someone’s gender is not important to the commission and “the declaration of a candidate that he is the women cannot be legally put into question”.

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Biden Admin Closes Office That Helps Victims of Crimes Committed by Immigrants, Opens Immigrant Services Center

On Friday, the Biden administration announced that it would be closing a government office set up to help victims of crimes committed by immigrants, to be replaced with an office aiding in immigration services, according to the Associated Press.

Created by the Trump administration during his first week in office, the Victim Of Immigration Crime Engagement Office, or VOICE, would be replaced with what the US Immigration and Customs enforcement called a “more comprehensive and inclusive victim support system.”

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Facebook Fails to Police Human Smugglers Sneaking Migrants Into US, Report Finds

Nineteen pages on Facebook purportedly offering human smuggling services to help migrants illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border remained active on the platform for a least a month despite the company being notified about them, a report says.

The groups advertise things like routes and prices for those looking to make the perilous journey — and some other ones that have been discovered appear to have links to Mexican drug cartels, according to an investigation by the Tech Transparency Project.

“The prevalence of human smuggling on Facebook shows the company’s inability, or unwillingness, to identify and deal with dangerous content on its platform, even on a prominent national issue — in this case, the migrant surge at the U.S.-Mexico border,” the website said in its report this week.

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France: Macron Calls for More Effective Deportations of Radicalised Illegals

French President Emmanuel Macron has ordered his ministers to do more to ensure the deportation of illegal migrants, particularly those involved in terrorist activities and who have been radicalised.

President Macron made the order on Wednesday during a meeting with several French ministers, including Prime Minister Jean Castex, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin, Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, and a representative of the Justice Ministry.

[Comment: It must be election season in France.]

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Migrant Arrested for Throwing Wife From Second Story in France

French police have arrested a man suspected of throwing his wife from the second story of their flat in the district of Montconseil this week, according to reports.

The 24-year-old suspect, a Romanian national, was apprehended at around 10 p.m. on Wednesday in the commune of Corbeil-Essonnes following the horrifying incident.

The victim, an 18-year-old woman, was seriously injured plunging roughly 15 feet into the bushes below after allegedly being pushed by her partner during a marital dispute.

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UK: ‘When is She Going to Sort This?’ Boris ‘Lashed Out at Priti Patel’ Over Migrant Channel Crossings as Ministers Blame Officials for Failing to Enforce Policies

Boris Johnson privately blasted Priti Patel over the surging number of migrants making the perilous journey across the English Channel, it was claimed today.

The Prime Minister is said to be furious about the number of small boats arriving in the UK.

He reportedly told a minister: ‘What the f*** is the Home Office doing? When is she [Priti] going to sort this out?’

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UK: Kent Council Reaches Limit for Number of Child Migrants it Can Look After as Number of Refugees to Make Dangerous Channel Crossing This Month Passes 1,000

Kent County Council has warned it has ‘reached the limit’ for the number of unaccompanied child migrants it can look after — after the amount of people crossing the channel hit 1,000 for this month.

Council leader Roger Gough and Sue Chandler, the cabinet member for integrated children’s services, said it had again reached an unsafe capacity.

They added it would no longer be able to accept any new unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC) from June 14, just 10 months after it had to take similar action.

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DeSantis Would Ban Trans Surgeries for Minors

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking a stand against the medical abuse of minors, stating that he would “for sure” sign legislation banning transgender surgeries for minors.

Over the past few weeks, DeSantis has come out swinging against Chinese influence on American businesses, Big Tech censorship, and vaccination passports in a series of strong legislative bills that are quickly becoming a blueprint for other conservative governors in the United States.

DeSantis also signed into law a bill protecting girls’ and women’s sports.

Speaking to the Daily Caller, the elected head of the Sunshine State explained that he was “very much opposed” to the procedure, which has been rebranded and promoted as “trans-affirming healthcare” by its advocates.

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Linux Foundation Unveils COVID Certificate Network

The Linux Foundation, historically known for its support of openness, freedom, and privacy, has ironically been developing a global COVID-19 vaccine certification system, which is almost ready for deployment.

COVID-19 vaccine certification, aka a vaccine passport, is already being used in many countries and regions, pushing aside the legal, ethical, and privacy concerns.

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Virginia Girl Slams School Board for Transgender Locker Room Policy

A 14-year-old Virginia girl has lashed out at her school district — claiming that its policy to allow transgender children to use female locker rooms is “dangerous” and “rooted in sexism.”

“Two years ago, I was told policy 1040 was just an umbrella philosophy and you weren’t going to allow boys into the girls’ locker rooms. But here you are doing just that,” eighth-grader Jolene Grover told the school district at a board meeting Tuesday, Fox News reported.

Jolene was referring to the Loudoun County Public Schools’ recent 8350 policy, which states in a draft that “students should be allowed to use the facility that corresponds to their gender identity,” according to the news outlet.

The teen, who was wearing a shirt that read “Woman is female,” defiantly told the board members: “Everyone knows what a boy is — even you.”

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Undergraduate Enrollment Plummets 727,000 (4.9%); Graduate Enrollment Rises 124,000 (4.6%)

National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, Spring 2021 Enrollment Estimates:

Higher education enrollment fell to new lows this spring, showing the persistent impact of COVID-19 related disruptions. Overall spring enrollment fell to 16.9 million from 17.5 million, marking a one-year decline of 3.5 percent or 603,000 students, seven times worse than the decline a year earlier. Undergraduate students accounted for all of the decline, with a 4.9 percent drop or 727,000 students. In contrast, graduate enrollment jumped by 4.6 percent, adding more than 124,000 students.

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9 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/11/2021

  1. first step for recovery of african countries should be that their despotic cleptomanic upperclass sells its assets in tax havens worldwide. Included lofts on the upper east side and mansions on the french riviera.
    Some years ago, there was a report about the son of the secretary of sports and health( a real bigshot by all means) of some minor west african country residing in St.Tropez who had a Rolls Royce convertible in different colours for every day of the week. And the females in his company were cheap, but looked very expensive.

  2. Yes agree Hub-have seen first hand the corruption undertaken by the Africam politicans and their like-Africa has no chance of gaining anything worthwhile until the attitude alters, whicj I doubt, what they do is in their Psyche, cannot be changed-they have leant, and still do lean on the benefits of what the western world has achieved over the last 2000 years.

  3. It is pretty rich of Boris the Johnson to complain about the inability of Ms Priti Patel to stop the hordes of orcs from crossing the Channel when he has done nothing to back her up or use the power of his office to cut through red tape and legal shenanigans that make it impossible to eject orcs once they are in the UK. While I am not saying she is exactly the most competent head in the administration either, it appears to me that her whole role in this steaming pile of ordure is to act as a heat shield and scapegoat for an administration that doesn’t really want to stop the invasion of orcs for a multitude of reasons.

  4. UK: Tony Blair Suggests Unvaccinated Should Remain Under Lockdown Restrictions
    This great British traitor is beyond real-he is at the forefront of the massive con that is being purputrated upon the world.
    Suspect vaccine-
    It’s not a vaccine. A vaccine by definition provides immunity to a disease. This does not provide immunity to anything. In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it. Hence, it is a medical treatment, not a vaccine. I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have.
    The drug companies, politicians, medical establishment, and media have joined forces to universally refer to this as a vaccine when it is not one, with the intention of manipulating people into feeling safer about undergoing a medical treatment. Because they are being deceitful, we should be cautious with out trust. long-term effects are entirely unknown, and will not be known for many years. They may speculate that it is safe, but it is disingenuous for them to make such a claim that cannot possibly be known.

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