Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/13/2021

The flow of migrants entering Greece has decreased significantly this year, and the number of refugee camp residents on Lesvos has dropped below 5,000 for the first time since 2016. One can’t help but wonder if it has something to do with the situation in Lithuania, which has just passed a new law in an effort to crack down on the flood of illegal migrants entering from Belarus.

In other news, there are now nine times as many gang members as police in Chicago, as officers retire in record numbers while recruitment flags.

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Financial Crisis
» Brussels Won’t be Able to Derail This Hungarian Economy
» Poland’s GDP to Grow by 5 Pct in 2021 — Central Bank
» Report: Poland Among Top 10 Countries in Terms of Number of Bitcoin Atms
» Surging Prices for Used Cars, Gasoline, Food and Airfares Are Driving the Jump in Inflation
» wiiw Raises Its GDP Forecast for 20 Out of 23 Countries in CEE
 
USA
» 1 Person Arrested as People in Orlando Show Support for Protests in Cuba
» 1-Year-Old Girl is One of the Latest Victims Identified in Surfside Condo Collapse
» Appeals Court Rules Firearms Dealers Can Sell Handguns to 18-Year-Olds
» Breaking: Seattle PD and US Marshals Arrest Autonomous Zone Shooting Suspect Marcel Long
» Breaking: Texas Senate Passes Voting Integrity Bill
» California Woman Charged With Hate Crime ‘Enhancement’ Against Police for Stomping ‘Back the Blue’ Sign
» Chicago Gang Members Outnumber Cops 9 to 1 Amid Record Retirement
» CNN Doctor: “It Needs to be Hard for People to Remain Unvaccinated”
» DeSantis Wants Florida Companies to Provide Internet Access in Cuba Amid Protests
» Google CEO: The Free and Open Internet is “Under Attack”
» Kayleigh McEnany: Critical Race Theory Talking Points Echoed by Liberal Media Are ‘False, False, False’
» Michigan Legislature Primed to Repeal Emergency Powers Law After Certification of Unlock Michigan Petition
» Missouri School District Accepts Money to Create ‘1619 Project’ Lessons
» Opposition to ‘Critical Race Theory’ Dominates Public Comments at School Board Meeting
» Peter Thiel Protege Blake Masters Launches US Senate Run in Arizona
» Ramaswamy: ‘Secular Religion’ of Critical Race Theory Now Taught in Schools Violates Civil Rights Act of 64
» Rapper Gunned Down Outside Chicago Jail, Shot 64 Times
» Report: University Course Focuses on Fixing ‘Racist’ Soap Dispensers
» Standoff Suspects Were Taken Down With Sonic Blast
» Success of Asian Americans Debunks Critical Race Theory, ‘Inconvenient Minority’ Author Says
» Texas Gov to Arrest Dem Lawmakers Who Fled State on Private Jet to Block Voting Rights Bill
» Trump Releases Letter From Ex-US Attorney Alleging Barr Pressured Him Not to Probe Voter Fraud Claims
» Video Producer Matt Orfalea Censored Again for Calling Out YouTube Censorship
» YouTube Censors Public Lake Forest High School District Board Meeting Where Parents Opposed Mask Mandates
 
Canada
» Seneca College to Require Vaccinations for in-Person Activities
» Trudeau Refuses to Condemn Cuba’s Communist Regime
 
Europe and the EU
» Costa Blanca Bar Owners in Spain Say Early Closing Time is ‘Nonsense’ As Young People Resort to Illegal Drinks Parties
» Critics Point to Country of Origin After Controversy Over Racist Messages Sent to Black England Footballers
» Czechia Not to Participate in the UN Conference on Racism as Doing So Could be Misused to Criticize Israel
» EU Scraps ‘Digital Levy’ Targeting American Tech Giants Amid Global Tax Reform Push
» European Commission Looks Unfavorably on New Polish Media Law
» France: Macron Announces Those Without ‘COVID Vaccine Pass’ Will be Banned From Routine Life Activities
» French Secret Service: “Fight With Us Against Islamic Radicalism”
» Hungarian Speaker: Totalitarian Liberalism Successor of ‘Nazis and Communists’, Will ‘Destroy Europe’
» ‘Immortality is My Goal’: 11-Year-Old Boy Gets Bachelor’s Degree in Physics
» Police Stop Illegal Costa Blanca Drinks Party on Alicante’s El Postiguet Beach in Spain
» Social Credit Score? Italy Could Require Vax Passport to Board High-Speed Trains
» Spain: Police Break Up Mass-Party in Cuevas Del Almanzora Where COVID Rules Were Being Ignored
» UK Rushes to Judgement, Many Call for Social Media Platforms to Collect ID Following Racist Comments From Foreign Bot Accounts
» UK: ‘Checkpoint Society’: Boris Pressures Venues to Adopt Vaccine Passports as a Matter of ‘Social Responsibility’
» UK: 50 Fold Increase in Crimes Committed With E-Scooters in London
» UK: Farage Predicts Govt Could Bring Back Restrictions by September
» UK: Radio Host Says “Racists” Should Have Bank Accounts, Citizenship Stripped
» UK: WHO Epidemiologist Says it Was “Devastating” To See Fans Enjoying Euros Final Unmasked
 
Russia
» Moscow Police Detain More Than 100 Central Asian Migrants After Clashes
 
South Asia
» 60 Hindus Converted to Islam in Pakistan During Pandemic
» Jihad Situation in Bengal. Three JMB Operatives Arrested in Kolkata. Many Untraced!
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Chaos Spreads in South Africa as Authorities Struggle to Contain Looting, Violence
» South Africa Zuma Riots: Death Toll Mounts Amid Looting
» South Africa Zuma Riots: Child Thrown From Burning Building
 
Latin America
» Cuba Confirms 1 Man Dead During Antigovernment Protests
 
Immigration
» Afghan Migrant Stabbed to Death by African Suspect in France
» France: Migrant in Court Claims He Did Not Know Sex With His Daughter Was Illegal
» Frontex to Help Lithuania Struggling With an Influx of Migrants
» Greece Sees Major Drop in Migrant Flows, Asylum Seekers
» Lithuania Votes to Curb Influx of Migrants From Belarus
» Migrants: 7 Boats With 104 People in Just Hours on Lampedusa
» Migrants Tell How They Got to Lithuania
» More Than 7,400 Migrants Have Made Dangerous Channel Dash to Reach UK in 2021 So Far — With 825 Landing in Last Three Days, Border Force Data Shows
» Number of Refugees, Migrants on Lesvos Now Under 5,000
» ‘Totally Out of Control’: Nigel Farage Predicts 30,000 Illegal Migrants Will Land in Britain This Year
 
Culture Wars
» Austria: Motherhood Councillors Forced to Assist Transgenders on Their ‘Chestfeeding Journey’
» ‘Perverse Ideology: ‘ Parents Sound Off on Critical Race Theory, Transgender School Policy
» UK: Muslim Parents Organize Protest Against Dildo Butt Monkey
» US Navy in Shambles as Leaders Prioritize Wokeness Over Combat Readiness: Report
 

Brussels Won’t be Able to Derail This Hungarian Economy

Despite a robust six percent growth predicted for Hungary in 2021, Brussels still believes that it can force its way, this time by withdrawing recovery funds under the pretext of the rule of law. The obsession with making the Hungarian people an example by the European progressive elite for Hungarian defiance in resisting the spread of LMBTQ ideology was confirmed by the vote in the European Parliament last week, when left-wing MEPs overwhelmingly voted to begin punitive proceedings against the conservative-ruled country. The demand towards the European Commission was to withhold EU recovery and development funds from the country until the government of Viktor Orban repeals the child protection law that raises jail terms for acts of pedophilia and forbids gender identity propaganda in schools. However, according to Hungarian finance minister Mihaly Varga, whichever way the EC sets out to punish his country, the Hungarian economy is resilient enough to withstand an economic onslaught of such magnitude.

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

Poland’s GDP to Grow by 5 Pct in 2021 — Central Bank

The Polish economy will expand by 5 percent this year, while inflation will reach 4.2 percent, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) said in its July projection.

In the report published on Monday, the NBP said the country’s inflation will fall to 3.3 percent in 2022 and will edge up to 3.4 percent in 2023.

Poland’s economic growth is expected to increase further to 5.4 percent in 2022 and to 5.3 percent in 2023.

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

Report: Poland Among Top 10 Countries in Terms of Number of Bitcoin Atms

Educational platform Crypto Head has recently published a ranking according to which the United States is the country most well-adapted to cryptocurrency. The USA currently possesses the largest number of cryptocurrency ATMs.

The report analyzed several factors which influence the cryptocurrency market throughout the world, including public interest, government legal position and digital currency ownership.

Another important element was the accessibility of bitcoin, dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies, along with the prevalence of Bitcoin ATMs — ATMs for cryptocurrencies.

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

Surging Prices for Used Cars, Gasoline, Food and Airfares Are Driving the Jump in Inflation

Price increases in used cars, car rentals — as well as a rebound in airfares, lodging and food — are behind the biggest inflation surge since 2008 as the U.S. economy reopens.

The consumer price index jumped 5.4% from a year earlier, the largest increase since before the worst of the financial crisis, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. Excluding the volatile food and energy categories, inflation increased 4.5%, the largest move since September 1991. On a monthly basis, headline and core prices rose 0.9% against 0.5% Dow Jones estimates.

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wiiw Raises Its GDP Forecast for 20 Out of 23 Countries in CEE

The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) has raised its GDP growth forecasts for 20 out of 23 countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic starts to recede.

The institute has raised its average growth for the region to 4.2% in 2021, an increase of 0.4% on the previous forecast in April. Sharp increases in the first quarter in countries outside the region are helping to lift all the CEE boats at the same time, including the US (1.6%) and China (18.3%), as well as a sharply upward revised growth forecast for the euro area (4.4%) and the EU (4.5%) for 2021.

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

1 Person Arrested as People in Orlando Show Support for Protests in Cuba

ORLANDO, Fla. — The revolt in Cuba is growing louder by the day.

As of 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, protestors were blocking a portion of Semoran Boulevard. They said they are fed up for their loved ones in Cuba who don’t have food, medicine and have lived under decades of oppression

Some of the protestors for Cuba came prepared with trucks, signs and flags to make themselves heard.

One person was arrested during Tuesday’s protest in Orlando, WESH 2 News has learned.

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1-Year-Old Girl is One of the Latest Victims Identified in Surfside Condo Collapse

A 1-year-old girl was among the newest group of victims identified Tuesday in the partial collapse of a Miami Beach-area condo building, according to officials.

Aishani Gia Patel was recovered July 6, the Miami-Dade Police Department said in a news release.

The remains of her parents, Vishal Patel, 42, and Bhavna Patel, 38, were identified last week. Bhavna Patel was five months pregnant, relatives said.

Eighty-five victims recovered from the rubble of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, have been identified so far, officials said at their last scheduled daily news conference…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Appeals Court Rules Firearms Dealers Can Sell Handguns to 18-Year-Olds

A 53-year-old law preventing federally licensed firearms dealers from selling handguns or handgun ammunition to adults under the age of 21 is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

A divided panel on the Richmond, Va.-based Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a Virginia federal judge’s ruling upholding the federal Gun Control Act of 1968.

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

Breaking: Seattle PD and US Marshals Arrest Autonomous Zone Shooting Suspect Marcel Long

Seattle Police Department and US Marshals arrested 19-year-old suspect Marcel Long for first-degree murder on Monday after being wanted by the Seattle Police Department in connection with the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Lorenzo Anderson in the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), also called an ‘occupied protest’ CHOP last summer.

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Breaking: Texas Senate Passes Voting Integrity Bill

After Texas Democrats’ fled the state on Monday in an attempt to stall passage of the House’s voting integrity bill, House Bill 3, Texas state senators passed the senate’s voting reform bill on Tuesday.

In a 18-4 vote, senate Republicans passed a bill on Tuesday that will implement voting integrity laws in the state of Texas, upholding the integrity of US elections. A house version of the bill has yet to pass the House.

Senator Bryan Hughes (R), author of Senate Bill 1, argued that the Bill provides “common-sense reforms.”

The newly passed voting integrity bill includes banning drive-thru voting, and requires video surveillance and tracking devices to be installed on all electronic devices used to count ballots to follow “input and activity,” Fox News reports.

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

California Woman Charged With Hate Crime ‘Enhancement’ Against Police for Stomping ‘Back the Blue’ Sign

Over in Utah on July 7th, someone in a traveling group of friends is pulled over for speeding, one of their friends stomps a nearby pro law enforcement sign, and a result she now faces hate crime “enhancement” charges.

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Chicago Gang Members Outnumber Cops 9 to 1 Amid Record Retirement

Gang members in Chicago outnumber law enforcement officers about 9 to 1 — as officers are on track to retire in record numbers this year, police said Wednesday.

Police Superintendent David Brown estimated last year that there are about 117,000 gang associates, who are part of the city’s 55 known gangs.

The number greatly exceeds the city’s police force, which employs around 13,000 officers.

The disparity may be even worse due to the droves of cops retiring this year, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

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

CNN Doctor: “It Needs to be Hard for People to Remain Unvaccinated”

CNN continued its wall to wall vaccine pushing coverage with yet another medical “expert” suggesting that in order to force more people to get vaccinated life should be made as difficult as possible for those who are still opting not to take the shots.

Dr. Leana Wen, who formerly headed Planned Parenthood, suggested that Americans should be banned from engaging in social events and forced to undergo PCR tests twice a week if they want to stay unvaccinated.

“It needs to be hard for people to remain unvaccinated,” Wen stated, lamenting “Right now, it’s kind of the opposite.”

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

DeSantis Wants Florida Companies to Provide Internet Access in Cuba Amid Protests

Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday he wants Florida companies to provide internet connection to residents in Cuba, as the island entered its third day of protests amid widespread internet shutdowns that have hindered the flow of information.

“What does the regime do when you start to see these images? They shut down the internet. They don’t want the truth to be out, they don’t want people to be able to communicate,” said DeSantis during a roundtable with Republican lawmakers and members of the Cuban exile community in Miami.

“And so one of the things I think we should be able to do with our private companies or with the United States is to provide some of that internet via satellite. We have companies on the Space Coast that launch these things,” he added.

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Google CEO: The Free and Open Internet is “Under Attack”

According to Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, the free and open internet is under attack. Some would consider the statement ironic, considering the mass censorship of legal content on platforms such as YouTube.

“I think the free and open internet has been a tremendous force for good and I think we take it for granted a bit,” Pichai said in an interview with the BBC.

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

Kayleigh McEnany: Critical Race Theory Talking Points Echoed by Liberal Media Are ‘False, False, False’

Fox News’ “Outnumbered” co-host Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday pointed out that critical race theory supporters often parrot the mainstream media, listing rhetoric by MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, CNN’s Don Lemon and Jim Acosta as recent examples.

“The theme of the Democratic talking points are, ‘We’re not teaching it to young children.’ …. ‘It’s only being taught in higher education,’“ McEnany said. “False, false, false.”

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Michigan Legislature Primed to Repeal Emergency Powers Law After Certification of Unlock Michigan Petition

LANSING, MI — The Unlock Michigan campaign is now one step closer to accomplishing its goal of repealing the law used by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to issue emergency orders during the first six months of the pandemic.

The Michigan Board of State Canvassers unanimously certified a petition from Unlock Michigan on Tuesday morning that would repeal the Emergency Powers of the Governor Act of 1945, which Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used to declare and extend a state of emergency during the pandemic, giving her broad executive powers.

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Missouri School District Accepts Money to Create ‘1619 Project’ Lessons

The Columbia, Missouri, school board voted Monday to accept $5,000 to create lesson plans based on the widely discredited “1619 Project.”

The Nikole Hannah-Jones work has been disputed for its theory that the founding of America was 1619, not 1776, and is inherently racist.

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Opposition to ‘Critical Race Theory’ Dominates Public Comments at School Board Meeting

FLOYD COUNTY — A crowd showed up at a recent New Albany-Floyd County school board meeting in opposition to “critical race theory.”

Many local residents attended Monday’s board meeting to talk during the public comments portion about the topic, as well as COVID-19 protocols in schools. The public comments on both topics took up about an hour of the two-and-a-half hour board meeting.

Opposition to critical race theory (CRT) has become common at school boards across the United States in recent months, with many people protesting and/or speaking during the time set aside for public comments.

On Monday, community members urged the NAFC school board to “ban” the teaching, although school officials say CRT is not taught in the district.

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

Peter Thiel Protege Blake Masters Launches US Senate Run in Arizona

An executive at Peter Thiel’s venture capital fund is running for a US Senate seat with $10 million in backing from his boss.

Blake Masters, the 34-year-old chief operating officer at investment firm Thiel Capital and a former protege of the billionaire at Stanford, announced Monday that he is running as a Republican to unseat Arizona Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly in 2022.

In his campaign launch, Masters pledged to “completely end illegal immigration” and fight “indoctrination” in the school system.

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Ramaswamy: ‘Secular Religion’ of Critical Race Theory Now Taught in Schools Violates Civil Rights Act of 64

Author Anastasia Higginbotham’s book depicts a ‘Whiteness’ contract with a Satan-like figure.

News that a left-wing author’s anti-White “picture book” is being read or assigned in public schools in a dozen states helps make the case that the “secular religion” of critical race theory is a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy argued Tuesday.

Ramaswamy, founder of Roivent Sciences, told “America Reports” that it is very troubling to see school districts across the country highlight Anastasia Higginbotham’s “Not My Idea” in young childhood curriculum.

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Rapper Gunned Down Outside Chicago Jail, Shot 64 Times

A Chicago rapper was gunned down in a hail of bullets moments after he walked out of jail and had been fitted for an ankle bracelet, reports said.

When 31-year-old Londre Sylvester left Cook County Jail just before 9 p.m. Saturday, gunmen got out of two parked cars and shot him 64 times, according to a police report obtained by the Chicago Tribune.

Two women were also injured in the ambush — a 60-year old woman who’d just posted Sylvester’s bond and a 35-year-old woman who worked at the jail, CWBChicago said.

Sylvester rapped locally as KTS Dre and had tattooed KTS on his neck alongside a target sign, the report stated. KTS stands for “Kill to Survive,” the outlet said.

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Report: University Course Focuses on Fixing ‘Racist’ Soap Dispensers

A Princeton University course centered around correcting ‘racist’ technology has seen students focusing on soap dispensers that ‘don’t see dark skin’ and cameras that can’t pick out black faces, according to a Campus Reform report.

The course ran for 15 weeks and saw students attempting to overturn what was described as ‘racial biases built in tech’ and instead developing ‘actively anti-racist solutions’.

Students were tasked to “build and test systems that embrace anti-racism as a core value.”

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Standoff Suspects Were Taken Down With Sonic Blast

The Wakefield police chief revealed more details of authorities’ encounter with the heavily armed Rise of the Moors suspects.

WAKEFIELD, MA — Police used a sonic blast to incapacitate most of the Rise of the Moors suspects in the I-95 standoff earlier this month, according to Wakefield’s chief of police.

Chief Steven Skory appeared Monday night before Town Council to provide an update on the July 3 incident that shut down I-95 for hours and resulted in a localized lockdown.

Skory said three Wakefield police officers assisted a state trooper who first came upon the 11 armed men on the side of the highway in the early morning hours. When the trooper asked for the men’s licenses to drive or carry weapons, they “took up the sovereign attitude that they did not have to adhere by our laws,” according to the chief.

The trooper and Wakefield police spent about 1 hour 40 minutes speaking to the men until informing them they would likely be arrested. At that point three of the men started loading weapons and eight others went into the woods, prompting the call to the regional SWAT team.

Skory said the wooded area the men went into is vast, backing up to the Subaru of Wakefield, Parker Road, Elm Street and running the length of the commuter rail down North Avenue. The response team set up a perimeter, but police still had only a few dozen officers. The call was soon made for more backup — about 150 more officers from the North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council responded.

Two of the suspects at some point made their way to North Avenue and were arrested near the Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light building. One of the men had a handgun, both had full fatigues and body armor.

When the remaining suspects went back to their vehicles on the side of the highway, police decided to move on them.

The Wakefield Department of Public Works put plows on dump trucks and blocked the highway in case the suspects tried to flee. Police then deployed an LRAD, a high-pitch alarm that temporarily incapacitates people, and took the remaining nine suspects into custody.

There were no injuries.

The suspects professed to be part of the Rise of the Moors, a group that adheres to sovereign citizen ideology and linked to a larger movement the Southern Poverty Law Center calls extremist.

Ten of the men appeared in a series of bizarre court hearings last week in which many of them denied legal counsel, broke into outbursts and generally rebuked the authority of the court.

Six of the suspects were ordered held without bail Friday. Four more are due in court again Tuesday. One suspect, a 17-year-old, is going through juvenile court proceedings.

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Success of Asian Americans Debunks Critical Race Theory, ‘Inconvenient Minority’ Author Says

The author of a new book feels Asian Americans are an “inconvenient minority” to the liberal media because as their community succeeds based on merit alone, they debunk the critical race theory narrative that opportunities of non-Whites are limited because of systematic racism in the United States.

“Asian Americans prove that critical race theory is not true, cannot be true,” author Kenny Xu told Fox News. “Asian Americans never needed politics to succeed in this country. They just want to be treated based on merit.”

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Texas Gov to Arrest Dem Lawmakers Who Fled State on Private Jet to Block Voting Rights Bill

Update (0930ET): Texas’s Republican governor, Greg Abbott, has vowed to arrest the Democrat lawmakers who fled the state in an attempt to stop an overhaul of election laws…

“As soon as they come back in the state of Texas, they will be arrested, they will be cabined inside the Texas capitol until they get their job done,” Abbott said.

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Trump Releases Letter From Ex-US Attorney Alleging Barr Pressured Him Not to Probe Voter Fraud Claims

Former President Donald Trump on Monday released a letter he received from a former federal prosecutor in Pennsylvania last month, outlining how the attorney was allegedly pressured by former Attorney General William Barr against investigating claims of voter fraud and election irregularities in the state.

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Video Producer Matt Orfalea Censored Again for Calling Out YouTube Censorship

After he published a video discussing YouTube’s censorship last month, video producer Matt Orfalea was censored and had his channel demonetized. Now, YouTube has targeted Orfalea once again and removed another video where he and his guest, independent journalist Alison Morrow, called out the tech giant’s censorship.

In the video, which is titled “YouTube BANS Reporter Exposing YouTube HYPOCRISY,” Orfalea and Morrow recapped the escalating YouTube censorship they have both faced.

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

YouTube Censors Public Lake Forest High School District Board Meeting Where Parents Opposed Mask Mandates

YouTube has scrubbed a public Lake Forest High School District 115 board meeting from its platform after numerous parents at the meeting spoke out against required masking.

Ben Bradley, a news anchor and investigative reporter for WGN TV News, tweeted: Our understanding is that people reported the content to youtube as a violation of its terms, which triggered the removal while youtube reviews.”

Twitter user Harriet Smith Martin said “numerous parents spoke against required masking” at the meeting and added that the video was removed before she had finished listening to it.

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Seneca College to Require Vaccinations for in-Person Activities

Ontario’s Seneca College has announced that all staff and students will have to be fully vaccinated by September 7 in order to participate in in-person on-campus activities. Seneca College is the first Canadian post-secondary institution to mandate vaccines for participation in the 2021-2022 school year.

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Trudeau Refuses to Condemn Cuba’s Communist Regime

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has refused to condemn Cuba’s communist regime amid anti-authoritarian protests on the island.

Thousands of Cubans took to the streets in recent days to protest the island’s oppressive communist regime. “Communist repression squads” presumably heading to break up the demonstrations were reported, with corporate media relatively hush on the developments Monday.

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Costa Blanca Bar Owners in Spain Say Early Closing Time is ‘Nonsense’ As Young People Resort to Illegal Drinks Parties

A Costa Blanca hospitality association has branded the 12:30 am closure of bars and restaurants ‘nonsense’ because it forces young customers to have illegal drink parties

[Comment: The Valencian government should have learned from the example of Prohibition in the United States.]

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Critics Point to Country of Origin After Controversy Over Racist Messages Sent to Black England Footballers

After a controversy surrounding racist messages sent to black England footballers led to calls for people to be forced to provide identity documents to create a social media account, some pointed to evidence suggesting the vast majority of the messages were posted by users from South Asia and the Middle East.

Italy beat England on penalties to win the Euro 2020 tournament on Sunday night after three black players missed three of England’s penalties.

Some claimed that manager Gareth Southgate deliberately chose black players to take the last three crucial kicks in an effort to send a political message in support of “diversity” and anti-racism.

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Czechia Not to Participate in the UN Conference on Racism as Doing So Could be Misused to Criticize Israel

The Czech Republic will join the boycott of the UN World Conference against racism, Czech Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhanek announced, pointing out that the event could be misused for criticism of Israel. Austria and the Netherlands have already taken the same step.

“From our point of view, this conference is very controversial. In the past, it was misused mainly to criticize Israel. There were even signs of anti-Semitism,” said Minister Kulhanek after a meeting with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid in Brussels.

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EU Scraps ‘Digital Levy’ Targeting American Tech Giants Amid Global Tax Reform Push

The EU just took another step toward endorsing Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s international corporate tax reform plan by reportedly sidelining a European “digital tax” that would have mostly impacted American tech firms. Brussels is moving ahead despite Ireland’s reservations about the plan (which we’ll get in to below).

To make the deal more palatable for countries like Ireland, the US is offering a bigger piece of tax revenues from American multinationals, including Facebook and Google, to be distributed based on where those companies operate. In exchange, the world would agree to maintain a higher minimum corporate tax rate, helping to de-incentivize American firms from trying to move out of the US (it’s critical if the Biden Administration wants to offset its spending-heavy agenda with the biggest tax hikes in decades.

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European Commission Looks Unfavorably on New Polish Media Law

The European Commission (EC) informed the public last week that it will take a closer look at the new draft bill concerning broadcasting licenses in Poland.

“We are aware of the new legislative notice which changes the rules by which broadcasting licenses are distributed. We must look at the draft more closely, and we will monitor whether it will be acceptable. We expect member states to ensure that their personal politics will not influence the existence of an independent, free and diverse media ecosystem,” stated EC spokesman Christian Wigand.

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France: Macron Announces Those Without ‘COVID Vaccine Pass’ Will be Banned From Routine Life Activities

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that those who don’t have a ‘COVID pass’ will be banned from participating in basic life activities such as visiting shopping malls, restaurants and using public transport.

In a public address to the nation, Macron made clear that only those who have taken the vaccine, can prove recent recovery from COVID or a negative test result will be allowed to enter the venues, in addition to hospitals, bars, cafe’s and tourist attractions.

In an effort to force more people to take the vaccine, COVID PCR tests for the purposes of the health passport will have to be paid for, having previously been free.

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

French Secret Service: “Fight With Us Against Islamic Radicalism”

The French secret service DGSI is looking for new colleagues — and, because it is adapting to the changing times, it went public with its plan. It has launched a new website where those interested can sign up. A whole section of the website is devoted to the fight against terrorism. DGSI explains to the French how to detect an Islamic radical and calls on people to report anything suspicious. The diversity of the secret agent’s work is also outlined in the promotional video.

A dysfunctional family, a lack of success at school, a failed relationship, or the desire to belong somewhere. These are the aspects with which a path of radicalism often begins. The individual suddenly radically changes his daily habits, believes in conspiracy theories, shuts himself in, and reads numerous webpages with extremist ideas on the internet.

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Hungarian Speaker: Totalitarian Liberalism Successor of ‘Nazis and Communists’, Will ‘Destroy Europe’

The Hungarian Parliament’s speaker has spoken out against the “new totalitarian ambition” of liberalism in the European Union, saying he would not vote to join the bloc today.

Laszló Kövér, the Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary, said that he “did not vote yes with a good heart” during the Hungarian referendum on joining the EU in 2003, but judged that, all things considered, membership would strengthen the country’s finances and provide it with an international platform to assert its national interests.

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‘Immortality is My Goal’: 11-Year-Old Boy Gets Bachelor’s Degree in Physics

Laurent Simons, a kid from the Belgian coastal town of Ostend, has just graduated from the University of Antwerp with a bachelor’s degree in physics, making him the world’s second-youngest graduate.

Eleven-year-old Simons only took a year to complete his bachelor’s degree, which usually takes at least three years.

In a conversation with the Dutch daily De Telegraaf, Simons said that, “I don’t really care if I’m the youngest.” “It’s all about getting knowledge for me.”

“This is the first puzzle piece in my goal of replacing body parts with mechanical parts,” Simons said.

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Police Stop Illegal Costa Blanca Drinks Party on Alicante’s El Postiguet Beach in Spain

Police chased up to 140 young people around an Alicante beach after spotting them drinking alcohol illegally

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Social Credit Score? Italy Could Require Vax Passport to Board High-Speed Trains

Italians may be forced to present a vaccination passport to board high-speed trains as the government considers only allowing passengers with the pass to increase capacity, a development with obvious echoes of China’s long-established social credit system.

Trenitalia, the government-owned company that runs much of the national railway system in Italy, can currently only run trains at 50 per cent capacity. But that could change to 100 per cent in the coming days as the government considers making a “green pass” mandatory for high-speed rail travel.

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Spain: Police Break Up Mass-Party in Cuevas Del Almanzora Where COVID Rules Were Being Ignored

The police have identified the two organizers of a huge illegal party broken up in the early hours of Sunday morning in the Cuevas del Almanzora countryside in Almeria province and reported dozens of partygoers for flouting anti-coronavirus safety measures.

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UK Rushes to Judgement, Many Call for Social Media Platforms to Collect ID Following Racist Comments From Foreign Bot Accounts

The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will ask social media companies to “up their game,” insisting they should reveal the details of the anonymous trolls who racially abused the black players in England’s team who missed penalties in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.

In the Euro 2020 final game against Italy, Three Lions stars Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford, and Jadon Sancho (all black) missed their chances in the penalty shootout, resulting in a loss for England. Online trolls responded to the loss by racially abusing the three stars, some even using monkey emojis.

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UK: ‘Checkpoint Society’: Boris Pressures Venues to Adopt Vaccine Passports as a Matter of ‘Social Responsibility’

Privacy campaigners have condemned as the makings of a “checkpoint society” calls by Prime Minister Boris Johnson for large venues to adopt entry by vaccine passport only “as a matter of responsibility”.

Announcing last night that the end of legal restrictions will come on Monday, Prime Minister Johnson nevertheless said that he and the government “expect and recommend that people wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you come into contact with those you don’t normally meet, such as on public transport”.

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UK: 50 Fold Increase in Crimes Committed With E-Scooters in London

London has seen a 50-fold increase in offences committed by criminals on e-scooters in London, with significant rises seen across the country.

Around 40 cities and towns in the UK are piloting electronic scooters, with the vehicles only allowed on roads and cycle lanes and their speed capped at 15.5 mph. They can only be driven if rented from licenced operators and while private ownership is permitted, private scooters used in public places is not. The Department for Transport will decide next year whether to fully legalise all vehicles, including private ones.

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UK: Farage Predicts Govt Could Bring Back Restrictions by September

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has warned that the UK could be back under “some form of lockdown” after children start going back to school in the autumn, after the prime minister announced the end of restrictions for July 19th.

On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that nearly all legal restrictions will be lifted next week, including mandatory masks, social distancing, and limits on gatherings.

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UK: Radio Host Says “Racists” Should Have Bank Accounts, Citizenship Stripped

Radio host Mike Graham has called for “racists” to be stripped of their bank accounts, passports and other life necessities, an interesting assertion given that Graham himself has been denounced as a racist numerous times before.

Graham was responding to a controversy in the UK over racist social media posts targeting black England football players, despite evidence suggesting the vast majority of the messages were sent by people in India and other South Asian and Middle Eastern countries.

“I’ve got a plan, the time has come to not only find these people, not only to prosecute them for their lawless behavior, but also basically to excommunicate them from our society,” said Graham.

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UK: WHO Epidemiologist Says it Was “Devastating” To See Fans Enjoying Euros Final Unmasked

A leading World Health Organization epidemiologist says it was “devastating” to see crowds at Wembley enjoying the European Championships final without wearing face masks.

Oh no, the horror!

Around 66,000 fans gathered inside the stadium to see Italy defeat England on penalties on Sunday night.

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Moscow Police Detain More Than 100 Central Asian Migrants After Clashes

MOSCOW — Police in Moscow have detained more than 100 Central Asian labor migrants after a mass brawl erupted between Kyrgyz and Tajik citizens in the Russian capital’s southeastern district of Kuzminki.

The Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry’s representative in Moscow, Nurlan Jabaev, told RFE/RL on July 13 that more than 70 of the detained individuals are Kyrgyz nationals, adding that a probe has been launched into the brawl, which took place overnight.

According to Jabaev, the conflict between Kyrgyz and Tajik labor migrants stemmed from a similar clash on July 9, during which a Kyrgyz man was stabbed and hospitalized.

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60 Hindus Converted to Islam in Pakistan During Pandemic

India is speechless on this gross Human Rights violation.

At least 60 Hindus were allegedly forcibly converted to Islam in Pakistan’s Sindh province’s Malti area in Covid Relief Trap.

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Jihad Situation in Bengal. Three JMB Operatives Arrested in Kolkata. Many Untraced!

At least 15-40 JMB operatives entered India in the last three months, 10 of them ventured to Kashmir and rest stayed in Bengal. Local Muslim linkman in Kolkata being a sympathizer.

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Chaos Spreads in South Africa as Authorities Struggle to Contain Looting, Violence

Every single shop, every single warehouse as far as the horizon in every direction has been looted. That’s the scene from a helicopter flying over South Africa’s third-largest city, Durban — for 40 minutes without a break.

Tens of thousands of people branded as “opportunistic criminals” smashing down the doors of the city’s largest malls and stores — including several huge discount stores which are part of the U.S. chain Walmart — and literally emptying them of everything. Because they can, without much if any chance of retribution. Because the police are totally outnumbered in general, and specifically because they are often too scared to risk their lives against huge mobs. One policeman has been killed. Forty-four others have also lost their lives. Children, old pensioners, Black and White. Once the stores have been emptied, many have been set alight. A total breakdown of law and order in what is being called “anarchy.”

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South Africa Zuma Riots: Death Toll Mounts Amid Looting

The death toll in South Africa has risen to 72, after violence engulfed parts of the country after the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma.

This includes 10 people killed in a stampede during looting on Monday night at a shopping centre in Soweto.

The BBC filmed a baby being thrown from a building in Durban that was on fire after ground-floor shops were looted.

The military has now been deployed to help the police overstretched since the unrest began last week.

South African police said in a statement that they had identified 12 people suspected of provoking the riots, and that a total of 1,234 people had been arrested.

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South Africa Zuma Riots: Child Thrown From Burning Building

A mother in Durban, eastern South Africa, was forced to throw her baby from a building after it was allegedly set on fire by looters.

Dozens of people in South Africa have been killed and hundreds arrested in riots, following the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma last week.

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Cuba Confirms 1 Man Dead During Antigovernment Protests

HAVANA (AP) — Cuban authorities confirmed Tuesday that one person has died during demonstrations that have shaken the island in recent days by protesting over food shortages, high prices and other grievances against the government.

The Interior Ministry said in a statement that Diubis Laurencio Tejeda, 36, died Monday during a clash between protesters and police in the Arroyo Naranjo municipality on the outskirts of Havana. It said an unspecified number of people were arrested and there were some people injured, including some officers.

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Afghan Migrant Stabbed to Death by African Suspect in France

An African migrant is suspected of fatally stabbing an illegal alien from Afghanistan near an asylum center in France this week, according to reports.

A 28-year-old Afghan male was found in critical condition in the city of Limoges at around 8 p.m. on Sunday night.

“He had received no less than eleven stab wounds, including one to the head, according to a source close to the case,” Actu 17 reports.

The man was rushed to the hospital, where he later died.

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France: Migrant in Court Claims He Did Not Know Sex With His Daughter Was Illegal

A migrant accused of raping his eldest daughter has told a court that he was unaware that sexual relations with family members were illegal in France.

The daughter, now 24, initially told the police that her father had been physically abusive towards her and her family and that they lived in an atmosphere of terror. During the trial, she said that her father had raped her every day for 11 years.

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Frontex to Help Lithuania Struggling With an Influx of Migrants

The EU Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) intends to take further steps in the coming days to help Lithuania, which has recently been facing a strong influx of migrants on its border with Belarus.

“The Lithuanian border is our common external border and Frontex is ready to help where needed,” said Frontex CEO Fabrice Leggeri after Saturday’s meeting with Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda.

The Frontex operation on the border between Lithuania and Belarus started a few days ago and involves over ten border guards with patrol cars. However, the agency said that their number would more than double this week. In addition, Poland will send a patrol helicopter to Lithuania and there is also talk of deploying a helicopter from Germany.

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Greece Sees Major Drop in Migrant Flows, Asylum Seekers

ATHENS — The number of refugees and migrants on the island of Lesbos has dropped below 5,000 for the first time in 2016, the Migration & Asylum Ministry said on Tuesday.

In the figures released, the ministry said there are 4,994 people on the North Aegean island that bore the brunt of migration flows. Of these, 4,441 live in the temporary facilities of Kara Tepe, 134 are unaccompanied minors, 412 live in apartments under the Hestia plan, and 7 are detained by authorities.

The ministry also released record-low numbers of people seeking asylum on the rest of the islands with refugee and migrant flows: 642 on Chios, 1,013 on Samos, 78 on Leros and 201 on Kos.

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Lithuania Votes to Curb Influx of Migrants From Belarus

Lithuania has voted in favour of strict new migration laws amid an influx of arrivals from Belarus.

Politicians backed the controversial legislation on Tuesday, allowing the mass detention of migrants and limiting their right to appeal.

It comes as hundreds of migrants have illegally crossed into Lithuania from Belarus in recent weeks.

Lithuania accuses Belarus of flying in foreign migrants who then head to the border, a claim Belarus denies.

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Migrants: 7 Boats With 104 People in Just Hours on Lampedusa

(ANSAmed) — LAMPEDUSA, JULY 13 — Seven different boats carrying a total of 104 Tunisian migrants arrived on the island of Lampedusa starting Monday night.

Following an independent landing on Guitgia beach that took place around 11 pm, rescues continued throughout the night.

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Migrants Tell How They Got to Lithuania

Hundreds of people are now living in a refugee camp organised inside an empty school in the Lithuanian village of Vereniejai.

Migrants and refugees from as distant places of the globe as Iraq and Cameroon recounted Sunday how they had paid thousands of dollars to cross borders and faced dangerous terrain and even wildlife to reach Europe.

Iraqi migrant Mustafa Hussein Hanad said he “gave somebody 1,400 dollars” in Minsk to take him to the woods and show him the way to the border.

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More Than 7,400 Migrants Have Made Dangerous Channel Dash to Reach UK in 2021 So Far — With 825 Landing in Last Three Days, Border Force Data Shows

More than 7,400 migrants have made the dangerous Channel dash to reach the UK by small boat so far this year, with 825 arriving in the last three days alone, according to official figures.

The total number of migrants to have been detained by Border Force so far this year has reached 7,478, less than 1,000 short of the 8,410 who arrived last year. But the number is expected to rise with more warm weather forecast in the days and weeks ahead which will make crossings easier.

On Sunday 346 people were detained by Border Force Officers in 15 inflatables and ribs — the largest number to arrive in a single day so far this year. And on Monday a further 254 migrants were picked up in nine separate incidents.

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Number of Refugees, Migrants on Lesvos Now Under 5,000

The number of refugees and migrants on the Greek island of Lesvos is now less than 5,000, according to figures released by the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum on Tuesday.

This represents the fewest number of migrants and refugees living on the island since 2016, the year after the first gigantic wave of migrants came onto Greek shores. The official data from the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum now shows that the number on Lesvos has fallen below 5,000 for the first time since 2016.

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‘Totally Out of Control’: Nigel Farage Predicts 30,000 Illegal Migrants Will Land in Britain This Year

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has predicted that 30,000 illegal boat migrants will reach Britain by the end of the year, claiming that the migrant crisis is “totally out of control”.

Speaking from a beach in Dungeness in Kent on Monday, Mr Farage shared more footage of illegal migrants being brought ashore in Britain.

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Austria: Motherhood Councillors Forced to Assist Transgenders on Their ‘Chestfeeding Journey’

Councillors at a leading Australian mothers’ support group have alleged that they are being forced into assisting transgender women and gay men in their “chestfeeding” journeys.

Whistleblowers have accused the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) of abandoning its central mission to help new mothers in favour of confirming LGBT ideology around gender.

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‘Perverse Ideology: ‘ Parents Sound Off on Critical Race Theory, Transgender School Policy

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Va. (WSET) — It was a full house at the July Franklin County Virginia School board meeting as community members were ready to sound off about critical race theory and transgender policies.

The meeting started at 7 p.m. and ran until midnight because of the number of residents who showed up to speak.

Some board members described the meeting as passionate, but respectful, as dozens came out to make their voices heard. Nearly 200 people showed up to listen or speak.

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UK: Muslim Parents Organize Protest Against Dildo Butt Monkey

A Muslim parent activist group has organized a protest against the now infamous taxpayer-funded ‘Dildo Butt Monkey’ performance in a bid to help safeguard the “innocence of children.”

As we highlighted yesterday, a library in London was forced to apologize after children were exposed to a man wearing a rainbow-colored bare-bottomed monkey costume with a lifelike dildo hanging from his crotch.

The company responsible for arranging the performance — Vision RCL — received £740,000 under the government’s cultural recovery program, meaning the event was taxpayer funded. It was purportedly intended to encourage children to read more books.

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US Navy in Shambles as Leaders Prioritize Wokeness Over Combat Readiness: Report

A scathing report commissioned by congressional members has found that the United States Navy is in disarray and focusing more on diversity than warfighting.

The official findings, considered a nonpartisan exercise of congressional oversight, discovered that the Navy’s surface warfare forces have systemic training and leadership issues, including an intense focus on diversity that eclipses basic readiness skills. The authors of the review conducted long-form interviews with 77 active-duty, retired or detached officers, and enlisted personnel about insights into the culture of the United States Navy following a series of high-profile and damaging operational failures in the Navy’s surface warfare community.

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9 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/13/2021

  1. We always knew AG Barr was a crook, this is just another article of proof in his long history of government deep state actions and support of them.

    I’m not even surprised or even shocked by this anymore.

    US AG Barr, that helped cover up the government’s murders of The Branch Davidians in Waco under seige by FBI/BATF, and at Ruby Ridge the multiple Bill Clinton crimes…. won’t go after the crimes committed by Obama and Biden.

    [https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-surprised-barr-expect-criminal-investigation-obama-biden/story?id=70744871]

    Remember that time when AG Barr wanted to use emergency powers to allow people who were arrested to be detained indefinitely, and everyone was like, “What, no, the Constitution says you can’t just keep people locked up without a trial.”

    Aside from being anti-US Constitution and anti-2nd amendment…AG Barr also was key in the government cover up of the murders of Randy Weaver’s family

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/william-barrs-connection-to-ruby-ridge-defending-fbi-snipers/

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