Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/16/2021

Croatia is sending aid to Lithuania to help the Baltic country deal with its immigration crisis. The materials sent include bedding and camping equipment to be used by the migrants.

In other news, French citizens who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass may face six months in prison.

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USA
» 73 Year Old Vietnam Vet Dead After Being Beaten in Broad Daylight During Attempted Carjacking in Chicago
» Anchorage School District Quietly Removes Critical Race Theory Reading List
» Biden Accuses Facebook of ‘Killing People’ Amid Censorship Row
» Breaking: Trump Destroys Woke ‘General’ Mark Milley Over ‘Coup’ Allegations in Blistering New Statement
» Breaking: Protesters Flock to Biden White House to Demand Freedom for the Cuban People
» Cardona Retreats From Making Critical Race Theory Part of New School Grants
» Fairfax County Activist on Parents Opposing Critical Race Theory: ‘Let Them Die’
» Federal Prosecutor Hid Hunter Biden Investigation Until After the 2020 Election
» Florida Man Stole Alligator From Golf Course, Beat it to ‘Teach it a Lesson’: Cops
» Former Vice President Pence: ‘Critical Race Theory is State Sanctioned Racism’
» Fresh Trove of Ghislaine Maxwell Court Documents Released
» GOP Senate Candidate Sam Brown Vows to Challenge Big Tech, Calls Critical Race Theory an ‘Insult’ To America
» Largest Demonstration in Support of Cuban Protests Expected to be Held on Saturday
» NC Lieutenant Governor Calls for Ban on CRT in Schools: Teachers ‘Forcing Their Opinion’ On Students
» New Alabama Bill Would Make Teaching Critical Race Theory a Fireable Offense
» New Social App GETTR Reaches Over 1 Million Users
» Revealed: ‘Defund the Police’ Rep. Cori Bush Spent Almost $70,000 on Private Security
» Revealed: Critical Race Theory Advocates Sent Staff and Students on Chinese Communist Propaganda Trips
» Senator Hawley: Big Tech “Acting Like Arms of the Government”; “It’s Scary Stuff”
» Serial Killer Who Murdered Ashton Kutcher’s Girlfriend Sentenced to Death
» The American Book Association Says it Supports Free Expression. Its Actions Suggest Otherwise.
» US Capitol Police Arrest Rep. Joyce Beatty During Voting Rights Protest in Hart Senate Office Building
» US Surgeon General Advises “Clear Consequences” For Online “Misinformation Super-Spreaders”
» Virginia Sheriff’s Deputy Indicted in Shooting of Another Unarmed Black Man Whose Cell Phone Was Not a Gun
» White House and DOJ Sponsored a Seminar Where People Were Told That Urban Violence is Due to White Supremacy
» White House Brags About Colluding With Tech Oligarchs to Suppress Dissent
 
Canada
» #TrudeauDictatorship Trends After His Heritage Minister Said Tweets Were ‘Undermining Democracy’
» Breaking: Head of BC Civil Liberties Association Resigns After Celebrating Church Burnings on Twitter
» Trudeau’s Censorship Czar Says Tweets ‘Undermine’ Canada’s Democracy
 
Europe and the EU
» Austria Becomes First European Country to Ban Islamist Muslim Brotherhood
» CCP Infiltration: 10,000 ‘Regular’ Brits Targeted by Foreign Spies, Reveals MI5
» Death Toll From Floods in Belgium Rises to 15, Reports Say
» EU Employers Can Ban Muslim Women From Wearing Headscarves, A Court Rules
» French Face 6 Months in Jail for Entering a Bar or Restaurant Without a COVID Pass
» Germany: Berlin and Munich to Ban the Term “Schwarzfahren” Over Racism Concerns
» Greece to Discipline Government Employees Who Don’t Take Vaccination
» Hungary Mulls Partially Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine
» Hungary Says EU’s Latest Climate Deal is Unacceptable
» Irish Ice Hockey Star Niall McEvoy Quits in Objection to COVID Passports
» Italy: Carabiniere Homicide: Court Explains Americans’ Life Terms
» Month of Hate: UK Saw ‘Most Intense Period of Anti-Jewish Hate’ During Israel-Hamas Conflict
» Placido Domingo Gives Free Concert to Hungarian Healthcare Workers
» So-Called ‘Anti-Woke’ News Network Dropped to Zero Viewers After Host Takes BLM Knee: Report
» UK: ‘Racist’ Defacing of Rashford Mural Turns Out to Have No Racial Connotations Whatsoever
» UK: 80% of Nightclubs Say They’ll Reject Draconian COVID Passports
» UK: Extinction Rebellion Protesters Guilty of Obstructing Highway
» UK: Government Minister Suggests New Lockdown Before the Current One Has Even Ended
» UK: Sadiq Khan Says New Statue of Activist Who Beheaded White Colonizers in Front of Their Children Reflects London’s “Achievements and Diversity”
 
South Asia
» Chandigarh: Sikh Man Alleges Forceful Conversion Bid by Muslim Wife, Moves Court for Protection
 
Australia — Pacific
» Governments Are Using Credit Card Purchase Data as “Contact Tracing’ COVID Surveillance
» ‘I am a Box-Ticker’: How a Woman With No Aboriginal Ancestry Claims She Felt So Guilty Being White on Australia Day She Started Identifying as Indigenous
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Financier CEO Suspended for Looting Booze and Home Appliances During South Africa Riots
» Pictures: Vigilantism Grows in South Africa as Citizens Tackle Unrest Themselves
» South African Says Riots Over Zuma Jailing Pre-Planned — Cyril Ramaphosa
» Video: Only Store Not Looted in South African Shopping Mall is the Book Shop
 
Latin America
» 1619 Project Founder Believes Cuba Has ‘The Least Inequality’ And Has Brought About the ‘End of Codified Racism’
» Brazil’s Bolsonaro Recovering, Says Will be ‘Back in Action Soon’
» Radio Communications Jammed in Cuba Amid Ongoing Protests Against Communist Regime
» Video: Young Americans Dumbfounded as to Why Oppressed Cubans Are Waving U.S. Flags
» Video: White House Finally Admits Cubans Rising Up Against ‘Failed Communism’
 
Immigration
» Border Patrol Has Been Told to Brace for a Worsening of the Border Crisis
» Croatia Sends Aid to Lithuania to Cope With Upsurge in Migrants
» DACA Was Enacted Illegally, Federal Judge Rules
» Hundreds of Migrants Squatting in Abandoned Bosnian Factory Moved to Asylum Camp
» Majority of Syrian Refugees in Germany Needs State Support
 
Culture Wars
» Be Scared, Stay Scared: W.H.O. Warns ‘Strong Likelihood’ More Dangerous Coronavirus Variants Lie Ahead
» Concerns in Brussels About Hungarian Law Violating Pedophiles’ “GDPR Rights”
» ProtonVPN’s New MacOS and IOS Update Helps Bypass Censorship
» Survey Finds Millennials Think Reading Books, Using Cash & Talking on Phone Are Signs Someone is ‘Living in the Dark Ages’
» Wikipedia Co-Founder Says Site is Now ‘Propaganda’ For Left-Leaning ‘Establishment’
 

73 Year Old Vietnam Vet Dead After Being Beaten in Broad Daylight During Attempted Carjacking in Chicago

Today in “Lori Lightfoot’s liberal utopia” news…

As if we needed any further proof that Mayor Lori Lightfoot is grossly incompetent and has completely lost control of her city, a 73 year old Vietnam War veteran in Chicago passed away due to a heart attack after an attempted carjacking that left him beaten in broad daylight.

Keith Cooper, who served his country honorably during two Vietnam War combat tours, was pronounced dead on Wednesday this week after being “repeatedly punched in the head” after two carjackers demanded he turn over the keys to his car while he was out running errands.

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

Anchorage School District Quietly Removes Critical Race Theory Reading List

Anchorage School Board member Dave Donley has been beating the drum for months: The Critical Race Theory reading list from the Anchorage School District’s Equity Office is partisan, racist, and Marxist.

Now, the reading list has mysteriously disappeared. Those books may still be on a recommended list that the district’s Equity Office may make available to those who call, but the district website has been scrubbed of the worst offenders, including:

  • Antiracist Baby by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
  • How to be an Antiracist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
  • Stamped from The Beginning by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi
  • The New Jim Crow by Michele Alexander
  • An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz
  • White Fragility by Dr. Robin DiAngelo
  • So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo

Now, there are only a couple of tame podcasts and other resources listed.

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

Biden Accuses Facebook of ‘Killing People’ Amid Censorship Row

President Biden on Friday accused Facebook of “killing people,” just after White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is “in regular touch” with the platform to ensure correct “narratives” are promoted — elaborating on her Thursday admission that the White House is “flagging problematic posts” to censor.

Biden was asked about his message for platforms like Facebook as he departed the White House on Friday afternoon for a weekend trip to Camp David.

“They’re killing people. The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people,” Biden said.

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

Breaking: Trump Destroys Woke ‘General’ Mark Milley Over ‘Coup’ Allegations in Blistering New Statement

Former President Donald Trump came out swinging on Friday night with a scathing statement mocking chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Critical Race Theory enthusiast Mark Milley.

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

Breaking: Protesters Flock to Biden White House to Demand Freedom for the Cuban People

Members of the Florida Cuban community are boarding planes and riding buses to rally in DC this Saturday, 5 PM, in front of the White House. Their stated mission is to raise awareness in Washington for the ongoing plight in the island country.

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

Cardona Retreats From Making Critical Race Theory Part of New School Grants

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Friday backed off from his proposal to create a new grant that was seen as encouraging the teaching of critical race theory and the “1619 Project.”

Mr. Cardona’s decision came after the department received more than 35,000 comments on the proposed grants, with most of the comments objecting to grants to promote teaching U.S. history through the prism of race and highlighting the impact of slavery.

In a blog post, Mr. Cardona announced that the department would go forward with the creation of the new federal grants but the grants would not require classwork based on critical race theory or the “1619 Project.”

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

Fairfax County Activist on Parents Opposing Critical Race Theory: ‘Let Them Die’

A local Virginia activist exhorted a crowd gathered outside of a Fairfax County school board meeting to “let them die” in reference to parents who oppose the school district’s racial justice curricula and efforts to reform admissions policies, among other things.

Michelle Leete, who is vice president of the NAACP’s Fairfax chapter and a leader in the Virginia state PTA, made the comments while speaking to a group of counterprotesters who were present during a “Stop CRT rally,” in reference to critical race theory, on Thursday.

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

Federal Prosecutor Hid Hunter Biden Investigation Until After the 2020 Election

It’s been revealed that the federal prosecutor in charge of the investigation into Hunter Biden’s financial dealings rejected legal moves that would have revealed the probe during the 2020 presidential election.

Prosecutors who were investigating Hunter Biden last summer could have sought search warrants and issued several grand jury subpoenas earlier, but other federal officials involved advised Delaware’s US Attorney David Weiss to avoid taking any actions that could alert the public to the existence of the case.

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

Florida Man Stole Alligator From Golf Course, Beat it to ‘Teach it a Lesson’: Cops

A Florida man stole an alligator from a mini-golf course and tried to heave the reptile onto the roof of a building to “teach it a lesson,” authorities said.

William “Bubba” Hodge, 32, was arrested early Thursday in Daytona Beach Shores, where cops spotted him attempting to launch the gator onto the roof of a business by its tail, police said.

Cops spotted Hodge, of Ft. Myers, slamming the animal against an awning as he attempted to hurl it atop the Metz Lounge, WOFL reported.

He also threw the alligator on the ground and stomped on it twice, the outlet said.

[Comment: Florida Man!]

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

Former Vice President Pence: ‘Critical Race Theory is State Sanctioned Racism’

Former Vice President Mike Pence spoke Friday at the Iowa Family Leadership Summit in Des Moines, speaking out against critical race theory.

“Critical race theory is state sanctioned racism pure and simple, and it should be opposed by every American every day,” Pence said.

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

Fresh Trove of Ghislaine Maxwell Court Documents Released

A fresh trove of dozens of potentially damning Ghislaine Maxwell court documents was unsealed this week after the accused madam for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein lost her battle to keep them hidden.

The 52 documents released late Thursday mostly relate to a long-settled defamation lawsuit filed by one of Epstein and Maxwell’s most outspoken accusers, Virginia Roberts Giuffre.

They show Giuffre’s lawyers ripping the fallen British socialite for her “convenient and near-total amnesia” over a host of key questions and items of disclosure they have sought to try to use to tie her to Epstein’s abuse.

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

GOP Senate Candidate Sam Brown Vows to Challenge Big Tech, Calls Critical Race Theory an ‘Insult’ To America

Retired Army Capt. Sam Brown is hoping to challenge the Washington political class as a Republican Senate candidate in Nevada with his newly launched campaign.

“I decided to run for U.S. Senate because the American people need a champion who will lead and serve them based off of shared values,” Brown told Fox News during a phone interview. “We have had a political class that has neglected America’s interests and values in exchange for political talking points and special interests groups. It’s time for Americans to be represented by leaders who care about them and will, you know, address the issues that Americans are dealing with.”

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

Largest Demonstration in Support of Cuban Protests Expected to be Held on Saturday

MIAMI (WSVN) — The largest demonstration in support of the protests ongoing in Cuba is expected to be held outside of the iconic Freedom Tower in downtown Miami over the weekend.

A smaller, peaceful protest is expected to begin at around 7 p.m. outside of the Freedom Tower on Friday.

“Cities come together because this is a crisis that intimately affects our city,” Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said. “So many people in our city were born in Cuba or are from Cuba or have family in Cuba.”

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

NC Lieutenant Governor Calls for Ban on CRT in Schools: Teachers ‘Forcing Their Opinion’ On Students

North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson touted a Republican-backed bill that would ban critical race theory in the state and told “Fox & Friends” that some teachers are “forcing their opinions” on students.

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

New Alabama Bill Would Make Teaching Critical Race Theory a Fireable Offense

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — A newly filed bill in the Alabama Legislature would make teaching critical race theory in schools a fireable offense.

On Friday, bill sponsor Rep. Danny Crawford (R-Athens) spoke with CBS 42 about the proposed legislation.

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

New Social App GETTR Reaches Over 1 Million Users

GETTR, the new social media app from President Trump’s ally and former adviser Jason Miller, has attracted over one million users days after its launch. Miller says the platform is working on attracting Democrats and partnerships with both left-leaning and right-leaning news outlets from across the spectrum.

GETTR officially launched on July 4. Within the first week of its launch, the platform had attracted over a million users.

In an appearance on Fox Business last week, Miller expressed his joy at the platform’s success.

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

Revealed: ‘Defund the Police’ Rep. Cori Bush Spent Almost $70,000 on Private Security

Missouri Rep. Cori Bush, an ardent “defund the police” advocate, spent almost $70,000 on private security over the past three months, campaign filings reveal.

Bush’s campaign sent $54,120 between April 15 and June 28 in 2021 for “security services” to New York-based firm RS&T Security Consulting, according to recent Federal Election Commission records released Thursday.

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

Revealed: Critical Race Theory Advocates Sent Staff and Students on Chinese Communist Propaganda Trips

The National Urban League — an outspoken defender of Critical Race Theory — has partnered with a Chinese Communist Party-linked influence group for over a decade, including inking deals to collaborate on education initiatives in American schools, The National Pulse can reveal.

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

Senator Hawley: Big Tech “Acting Like Arms of the Government”; “It’s Scary Stuff”

Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley warned Thursday that big tech is “acting like arms of the government” after the White House admitted that it is asking Facebook to comply with censoring anyone who posts content it deems to be “misinformation”.

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

Serial Killer Who Murdered Ashton Kutcher’s Girlfriend Sentenced to Death

“Hollywood Ripper” Michael Gargiulo was sentenced to death in California on Saturday (AEST) for the home-invasion murders of two women, including Ashton Kutcher’s then-girlfriend.

Gargiulo, a former bouncer, airconditioner repairman and aspiring actor, was convicted in August 2019 of the 2001 murder of Ashley Ellerin, 22, and the 2005 murder of 32-year-old Maria Bruno.

He was also found guilty of attempted murder in a 2008 attack on a Santa Monica woman.

Ellerin, who was found in her Hollywood home with 47 stab wounds, had been due to go on a date with Kutcher, then an up-and-coming young actor.

Kutcher testified at Gargiulo’s murder trial that he was late to pick Ellerin up, but had been repeatedly calling her to let her know he was delayed.

When he ultimately arrived at her door in Hollywood Hills, she didn’t answer. Kutcher testified that he figured he’d been stood up — but in fact, she had been slain by Gargiulo…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

The American Book Association Says it Supports Free Expression. Its Actions Suggest Otherwise.

If you asked the American Booksellers Association (ABA) what it is, the answer is that it’s a non profit trade group whose task is to help independently owned bookstores, whose advocacy efforts support free expression causes.

Yet this claim is put to the test now that the organization has joined an ongoing outrage campaign to “cancel” Abigail Shrier’s book “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.”

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

US Capitol Police Arrest Rep. Joyce Beatty During Voting Rights Protest in Hart Senate Office Building

Democratic Congresswoman Joyce Beatty was arrested in the Hart Senate Office Building Thursday after she led a group of protesters into the building.

A photo posted by Politico reporter Nicholas Wu shows Beatty and others being zip-tied by Capitol Police.

Beatty, who is the head of the Congressional Black Caucus, was seen moments earlier walking into the building chanting “end the filibuster.”

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

US Surgeon General Advises “Clear Consequences” For Online “Misinformation Super-Spreaders”

The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released its general Covid advisory on “confronting health misinformation” signed by US Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy.

We obtained a copy of the report for you here.

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

Virginia Sheriff’s Deputy Indicted in Shooting of Another Unarmed Black Man Whose Cell Phone Was Not a Gun

On April 21, 32-year-old Isiah Brown was shot numerous times by a Spotsylvania County, Va., sheriff’s deputy not long after the same deputy had given him a ride home after his car broke down. The deputy had been called back to the scene to investigate a domestic disturbance, and at the time of the shooting, which the victim thankfully survived, Brown’s family was baffled as to what reason the officer had to open fire. On Thursday, the deputy was indicted, and his reason for shooting appears to be something we’ve all certainly seen before: A trained officer of the law mistook a Black man’s cell phone for a gun.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

White House and DOJ Sponsored a Seminar Where People Were Told That Urban Violence is Due to White Supremacy

The White House along with the US Department Of Justice (DOJ) recently hosted a training seminar which put forth the notion that the violence rocking America’s urban areas recently is caused exclusively by “white supremacist” ideologies.

The multi-stage event has been designed by two individuals, Chiraag Bains and Phelan Wyrick. As of this writing, however, only the first part has been made public.

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

White House Brags About Colluding With Tech Oligarchs to Suppress Dissent

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki admitted the Biden administration is colluding with corrupt Big Tech oligarchs to suppress dissent on social media platforms.

During the White House press briefing on Thursday, Psaki said the administration is regularly “flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation.”

“We are in regular touch with these social media platforms and those engagements typically happen through members of our senior staff, but also members of our COVID-19 team,” Psaki said.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

#TrudeauDictatorship Trends After His Heritage Minister Said Tweets Were ‘Undermining Democracy’

Twitter posts are “undermining Canada’s democracy,” said Canada’s Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault in a briefing note, and now #TrudeauDictatorship is trending on the social media platform.

Parliament in 1970 banned hate speech under the Criminal Code. Bill C-36 would expand the law to prohibit hurtful remarks without evidence any crime was committed.

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

Breaking: Head of BC Civil Liberties Association Resigns After Celebrating Church Burnings on Twitter

BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) accepted the resignation of its executive director, Harsha Walia, following a controversial tweet advocating for the burning down of Catholic churches.

“Burn it all down,” she tweeted on June 30.

This comes after dozens of churches across the country were destroyed by suspected arsons following the uncovering of over a thousand unmarked graves at several sites of former residential schools.

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

Trudeau’s Censorship Czar Says Tweets ‘Undermine’ Canada’s Democracy

Twitter posts are “undermining Canada’s democracy,” said Canada’s Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault in a briefing note, who is urging regulation of hurtful comments for “a truly democratic debate.”

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

Austria Becomes First European Country to Ban Islamist Muslim Brotherhood

Austria has become the first country in the European Union to ban the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood as part of a new anti-terrorism law.

The law bans the Egyptian-founded Muslim Brotherhood by adding it to a list of organisations linked to “religiously motivated crime”. It sets a punishment of a month in prison and a €4,000 (£3,407/$4,717) fine for those who propagate the group’s literature or disseminate its slogans. The law also allows the government to place electronic tags on convicted terrorists for monitoring, reports Spiegel Ausland.

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

CCP Infiltration: 10,000 ‘Regular’ Brits Targeted by Foreign Spies, Reveals MI5

Britain’s Security Service has recorded 10,000 instances of foreign spies from hostile foreign powers including Communist China and Russia making “disguised approaches” to British citizens to steal technology, among other aims.

Director-General of MI5 Ken McCallum, in a speech given Thames House headquarters on Wednesday, highlighted the growing threat facing the UK from state-sponsored espionage to “short circuit years of patient British research or investment”.

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

Death Toll From Floods in Belgium Rises to 15, Reports Say

Three more people were found dead as a result of floods in Belgium’s eastern Liege province, taking the total death toll to 15, while four people remain unaccounted for, the LeSoir daily said on Friday.

Of the 12 previously reported victims of floods in Liege, six people were from the city of Verviers; two from the city of Chaudfontaine; and one from each of Eupen, Pepinster, and Aywaille. Another person died in the Philippeville city of the Namur province.

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

EU Employers Can Ban Muslim Women From Wearing Headscarves, A Court Rules

Under certain circumstances, employers have the right to prohibit Muslim women from covering their heads or faces at work following the requirements of their faith. This was decided by the Court of Justice of the European Union on Thursday, which settled a dispute between two German Muslim women being punished by employers for wearing headscarves.

The court allowed the banning of Islamic headscarves with its first similar verdict in 2017. Judges have now stated that national courts may take into account specific local conditions when resolving disputes, which may be more accommodating to expressions of faith, for example.

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

French Face 6 Months in Jail for Entering a Bar or Restaurant Without a COVID Pass

People in France who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass face 6 months in jail, while business owners who fail to check their status face a 1 year prison sentence and a €45,000 fine.

Yes, really.

The punishments are part of a draconian effort by the French government to force citizens to get the coronavirus jab amidst multiple unruly protests across numerous major cities.

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

Germany: Berlin and Munich to Ban the Term “Schwarzfahren” Over Racism Concerns

Munich and Berlin will no longer allow use of the traditional term indicating that someone is using public transport without a ticket. German cities have decided to ban the word “Schwarzfahren”, which literally means “black riding”, because people might perceive it as a racist insult. Cities in Czechia where the same term is used will not consider making such changes, though.

German transport companies in Berlin and Munich decided not to use the word Schwarzfahren anymore, as well as the term Schwarzfahrer (black rider). They plan to drop these terms altogether.

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

Greece to Discipline Government Employees Who Don’t Take Vaccination

Greek Interior Minister Makis Voridis has announced that civil servants who refuse to take the now-mandatory Wuhan coronavirus vaccine will be disciplined.

Minister Voridis stated on Thursday that civil servants would be referred to a disciplinary board if they refused to take the vaccine. The disciplinary council would then decide if the employee would be fired.

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

Hungary Mulls Partially Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine

“At yesterday’s government meeting, the government dealt with the epidemic situation,” said Minister of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office Gergely Gulyas, who then emphasized:

“Hungary is one of the safest countries in Europe, and the majority of the population has full protection after both vaccinations. We can vaccinate anyone at any time”, he said.

“The fourth wave has not yet appeared in Hungary, but it has in several European countries,” he added, pointing out that it is already mainly affecting the unvaccinated.

Gulyas said that the third vaccination, the compulsory vaccination, and the vaccination of young children were on the agenda on Wednesday’s cabinet meeting , with concrete decisions expected on Friday.

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

Hungary Says EU’s Latest Climate Deal is Unacceptable

At the same time, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office Gergely Gulyas emphasized the importance of climate protection and emission reduction and for it to be presented as a global issue.

“Hungary is happy to support more ambitious goals than at present, but it must be seen in the same light that the majority of member states have not complied with the commitments made so far,” he said.

The Minister said that the European Commission is choosing instruments unacceptable to Hungary, because in the end it would not be the polluters who pay, but rather the owners of apartments and cars who would have to be taxed. In addition, the results of the overhead reduction will be shattered by the plan, he added.

Government spokeswoman Alexandra Szentkiralyi detailed in a Facebook post the reasons why Hungary is opposed to the deal in its current form.

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

Irish Ice Hockey Star Niall McEvoy Quits in Objection to COVID Passports

Irish Ice Hockey star Niall McEvoy has resigned over COVID vaccine passports. McEvoy had been part of Ireland’s Ice Hockey team for the last 13 years. His contribution was significant when the Irish team won silver in 2017’s Development Cup in Andorra.

McEvoy tendered his resignation on July 16, through an email to the coaches and team members of the Ireland’s National Ice Hockey team.

McEvoy sent the email to radio show host Richie Allen, and consented to the circulation of the email as long as it is reprinted in full and not taken out of context.

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

Italy: Carabiniere Homicide: Court Explains Americans’ Life Terms

Elder and Natale had ‘undoubted criminal capacity’ say judges

(ANSA) — ROME, JUL 16 — A Rome court on Friday released the explanation of its May decision to give two young American men, Finnegan Lee Elder and Christian Gabriel Natale Hjorth, life in prison for the homicide of Carabinieri police officer Mario Cerciello Rega in July 2019.

Elder killed Cerciello Rega with 11 stab wounds inflicted by a combat knife he had brought over from the US while Natale Hjorth assaulted the slain officer’s partner at the end of a chain of events sparked by a drugs deal that went wrong.

Cerciello Rega , 35, had recently returned from his honeymoon when he was killed.

The judges said the personality of the defendants was “alarming, despite their young age”.

The explanation talked of the “disconcerting perpetration of serious criminal acts in an disturbing escalation of illegality”.

It said they upheld “deviant models of behaviour” with the “glorification of drugs, the ostentation of weapons and money as symbols of success, as documented by the photos found on mobile telephones” and said this highlighted “the clear criminal capacity of both”.

The judges also explained why they had given life sentences to both of the defendants.

“Both Elder and Natale acted according to a premeditated plan in which the lethal event was a predictable, probable consequence of the conduct actively adopted by the two,” the explanation said.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

Month of Hate: UK Saw ‘Most Intense Period of Anti-Jewish Hate’ During Israel-Hamas Conflict

Jewish people saw “the most intense period of anti-Jewish hate” in the UK in recent years, most of which involved language, behaviour, or imagery linked to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian terror group Hamas.

The British Jewish charity, the Community Security Trust (CST), which has been recording antisemitic incidents since 1984, released a report on Thursday exposing what it described as the “unprecedented wave of antisemitism” between May 8th and June 7th, during and after the conflict in the Middle East.

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Placido Domingo Gives Free Concert to Hungarian Healthcare Workers

“The world has been shaken by an extraordinary epidemic, but Hungary has broken the third wave of the pandemic, with a performance that many envy. The whole society took part in the defense, with the health workers working in a rather heroic struggle: this meant not only a huge physical but also a mental strain,” Minister of Human Capacities Miklós Kasler emphasized at a joint press conference in Budapest with Placido Domingo and Andras Csaba Dézsi, Mayor of Gyor, the western Hungarian town which will host the concert.

Kasler — himself a doctor of oncology — said that the world-famous opera singer has long had a serious attraction to Hungarian music and Hungarian culture, coupled with his desire to give back to people who survived the Covid-19 epidemic, even in exceptional circumstances.

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So-Called ‘Anti-Woke’ News Network Dropped to Zero Viewers After Host Takes BLM Knee: Report

The Andrew Neil-run GB News, which touted itself as the ‘anti-woke’ antidote to the mainstream media, has apologised after one of its presenters took the Black Lives Matter-inspired knee on air in response to racist abuse directed at three black England players on social media after Italy defeated the team in the Euro 2020 finals on Sunday.

The move came after reports that since the Marxist-linked gesture was made, some broadcasts on GB News had attracted zero viewers according to the industry-standard Barb figures.

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UK: ‘Racist’ Defacing of Rashford Mural Turns Out to Have No Racial Connotations Whatsoever

One of the “racist” incidents that prompted a week of media moral panic over the treatment of black England football players has been revealed to have no racial connotation whatsoever.

Whoops.

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UK: 80% of Nightclubs Say They’ll Reject Draconian COVID Passports

In an attempt to keep cases down after all COVID measures are lifted on July 19, the UK government issued a guidance earlier this week requiring large venues to demand vaccination passports from their customers before entry. The plan might not work as the guidance is opposed by over 80% of nightclubs who are fighting back against the vaccine passport scheme.

In a press conference on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said large entertainment venues, such as nightclubs and cinemas, should demand vaccine passports from their customers “as a matter of social responsibility.”

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UK: Extinction Rebellion Protesters Guilty of Obstructing Highway

Six more Extinction Rebellion protesters who blockaded a newspaper printing works have been found guilty of obstructing the highway.

The blockade in September was at Newsprinters, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News UK, in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.

It stopped three-and-half-million national newspapers from being distributed across the country.

Five of those convicted at St Albans Magistrates’ Court received conditional discharges, while the other was fined.

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UK: Government Minister Suggests New Lockdown Before the Current One Has Even Ended

A UK government minister suggested that it was perfectly plausible a new lockdown could be imposed in the near future, before the current one has even officially ended.

All COVID-19 restrictions are supposed to end on Monday, although SAGE scientists and other lockdown zealots are desperately scrambling to have the decision reversed yet again.

Now Solicitor General Lucy Frazer has signaled the government may be about to cave to them again after telling Sky News that Brits will “of course” face yet another lockdown in the near future on current projections.

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UK: Sadiq Khan Says New Statue of Activist Who Beheaded White Colonizers in Front of Their Children Reflects London’s “Achievements and Diversity”

London Mayor Sadiq Khan defended the impending placement of a statue of John Chilembwe, an anti-colonial activist who ordered the decapitation of William Livingstone in front of his children and then displayed his head on a pike, saying it served to “reflect London’s achievements and diversity.”

Yes, really.

Chilembwe was a Baptist pastor and educator who became a militant resistance fighter who railed against the treatment of Africans working in agriculture on European-owned plantations in Malawi in the early 1900’s.

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Chandigarh: Sikh Man Alleges Forceful Conversion Bid by Muslim Wife, Moves Court for Protection

Sucheta Singh | Chandigarh | HENB | July 16, 2021:: Muslim boys and men are generally seen to grab non-Muslim girls and women in a ‘Love Jihad’ trap with various tricks and allurements; now a Muslim woman is in the run of converting his Sikh husband and her their baby boy in a process of ‘Reverse Love Jihad’.

A 36-year-old Sikh man has filed a civil suit in the Chandigarh district courts seeking directions to restrain his Muslim wife and her relatives from forcibly converting him and his minor son to Islam.

The court of Rasveen Kaur, Civil Judge (Junior Division), has issued a notice to the defendants for July 20.

The plaintiff, who is a resident of Chandigarh, has submitted that he is Sikh by religion and by birth while his wife and in-laws are Muslim by birth…

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Governments Are Using Credit Card Purchase Data as “Contact Tracing’ COVID Surveillance

The ongoing “war on cash” that far preceded the pandemic, whose goal is to steer people towards using traceable forms of payment, is coming in very handy in the COVID era precisely for the reason the policy is criticized in the first place — it makes it easy for authorities to keep tabs on individuals who use card transactions.

Reports now mention instances of Australian residents receiving a mandate to quarantine after using their credit card to pay at an establishment, where somebody known to be infected with the virus had stayed.

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‘I am a Box-Ticker’: How a Woman With No Aboriginal Ancestry Claims She Felt So Guilty Being White on Australia Day She Started Identifying as Indigenous

Mia claims to be one of a growing number of Australians who falsely identify as Indigenous in the Census. ‘I am a box-ticker,’ she told Daily Mail Australia. ‘I now identify as Aboriginal.’

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Financier CEO Suspended for Looting Booze and Home Appliances During South Africa Riots

The founder and chief executive officer of a wealth management fund has been suspended for allegedly taking advantage of the unrest in South Africa to loot alcoholic beverages and a washing machine, among other items.

Qhawe Sithole, an alumnus of South Africa’s most expensive school, Hilton College, was suspended from Ubuntu Wealth Management in Pretoria after his arrest by police officers in uMhlanga.

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Pictures: Vigilantism Grows in South Africa as Citizens Tackle Unrest Themselves

AFP — Armed community members and vigilante groups have stepped in to tackle unrest in South Africa, taking matters into their own hands and sometimes stoking violence as security forces struggle to restore order.

Understaffed and heavily reliant on private security companies, the police was rapidly overwhelmed when riots and looting first flared last week in the southeastern province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), sparked by the jailing of graft-accused former president Jacob Zuma.

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South African Says Riots Over Zuma Jailing Pre-Planned — Cyril Ramaphosa

South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa has said the violence that has rocked the country was pre-planned, describing it as an assault on democracy.

Riots were sparked by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma.

The death toll has risen to 212, up by almost 100 since Thursday, the government said.

Police officers have been protecting deliveries of food to supermarkets after days of widespread looting led to shortages.

An estimated $1bn (£720m) worth of stock was stolen in KwaZulu-Natal with at least 800 retail shops looted, a mayor in the province said.

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Video: Only Store Not Looted in South African Shopping Mall is the Book Shop

A new video has emerged in which a South African woman points out the irony of the only outlet in a shopping mall remaining completely untouched by looters being a bookstore.

After showing electronics and clothing stores that have been completely cleaned out, the video cuts to a book shop that looks totally pristine.

“The bookstore is completely untouched, this is ridiculous, I’m not even making this up,” the woman remarks.

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1619 Project Founder Believes Cuba Has ‘The Least Inequality’ And Has Brought About the ‘End of Codified Racism’

1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones praised communism for solving racism in Cuba. The New York Times writer and newly minted Howard University professor said that Cuba’s communist revolution brought about “the end of codified racism.”

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro Recovering, Says Will be ‘Back in Action Soon’

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, undergoing hospital treatment for an obstructed intestine after a near-fatal 2018 stabbing, said on Friday, he hoped to be “back in action soon,” while doctors gave no date for him to be discharged.

Bolsonaro, 66, has been in the hospital since Wednesday, when he traveled from Brasilia to Sao Paulo for treatment relating to complications from the 2018 knifing. After initial concerns he might need emergency surgery, doctors now say he is improving, with an operation less likely.

His doctors said in a statement on Friday evening the president was recovering in a satisfactory manner, and that the president began eating again in a smooth fashion. They gave no date for his release from hospital, however…

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Radio Communications Jammed in Cuba Amid Ongoing Protests Against Communist Regime

The lines of communication between Cuba and the rest of the world are being cut off. Reports indicate this is intentionally done by those in power on the island.

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Video: Young Americans Dumbfounded as to Why Oppressed Cubans Are Waving U.S. Flags

Cuban protesters attempting to escape the grips of decades of oppressive communist tyranny have risen up in recent days, many waving U.S. flags and pleading for the help of America. Yet when this footage was shown to young Americans, they were completely confused, believing their own country’s flag to be some kind of hate symbol.

Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson asked students in Washington D.C. what they thought of the footage, as well as similar footage of pro-freedom protesters in Hong Kong and Venezuela waving old glory, and further questioned what the American flag means to them.

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Video: White House Finally Admits Cubans Rising Up Against ‘Failed Communism’

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki finally admitted Thursday, at the third or fourth time of asking, that the people of Cuba are rising up against a failed communist system of government, rather than a rise in COVID cases.

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Psaki, “Now that you’ve had a few days to think about it, does this White House still think that the protests in Cuba are happening because people are upset about a rise in COVID cases there, or is there some thought maybe given to the possibility that they’re protesting because they’re sick of communism?”

Psaki responded “Well, Peter, first I would say communism is a failed ideology, and we certainly believe that.”

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Border Patrol Has Been Told to Brace for a Worsening of the Border Crisis

Immigration workers have been warned by the Biden administration that they will have to process as much as 1,200 immigration claims per day, or 312,000 per year, in the coming months.

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Croatia Sends Aid to Lithuania to Cope With Upsurge in Migrants

ZAGREB, 16 July 2021 — The Croatian government decided on Friday to send tents, bunk beds, blankets, pillows and sleeping bags to Lithuania after the Baltic country has taken in more than 2,000 migrants in recent weeks.

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DACA Was Enacted Illegally, Federal Judge Rules

A federal judge ruled Friday that the Obama administration violated procedural laws when it created the DACA program for illegal immigrant “Dreamers,” and blocked new applications from being approved.

U.S. District Court Judge Andrew S. Hanen’s ruling could throw the issue back to Congress, where lawmakers have for decades been at a stalemate over the fate of the young adult illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and are seen as the most sympathetic cases.

DACA, created in 2012, grants Dreamers a tentative stay of deportation and some taxpayer benefits, giving them a chance to embed into society, though it is not permanent legal status. The Obama administration created it through a Homeland Security memo, claiming it was exercising “prosecutorial discretion” not to pursue immigration consequences of deportation against Dreamers.

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Hundreds of Migrants Squatting in Abandoned Bosnian Factory Moved to Asylum Camp

Bosnian authorities moved a large group of illegal migrants out of an abandoned factory and into an asylum center in the border town of Bihac, according to reports.

Around 260 mostly-male migrants hailing from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh were squatting in a former metal factory used as a shelter by illegal aliens for the past three years or more.

On Tuesday, local police relocated them to the nearby ‘Lipa’ camp, a facility that was destroyed by fire in December of 2020, but re-inhabited shortly after.

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Majority of Syrian Refugees in Germany Needs State Support

At least two-thirds of Syrian refugees of working age need partial state support, according to the BA report. This rate is 43 percent for Afghan refugees and 37 percent for Somalis.

“We still have a lot of work to do in the field of integration,” said Mathias Middelberg, a member of the CDU/CSU’s parliamentary group for domestic affairs, in response to the report, adding that more should be done for those already here instead of supporting the further intake of low-skilled or unskilled immigration.

The German authorities still do not consider Syria a stable country, and to this day they accept asylum applications from there. According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, some 1.1 million immigrants have arrived in the European Union from Syria since 2011, of which approximately 600,000 are in Germany. Syrians are eligible for state aid under Hartz IV labor market reform. The aid has risen to €446 per month per person this year, an increase of €14 from the last amendment of the support framework in 2016. Spouses of beneficiaries can receive €401, with €143 for children aged 14-17, €309 for children aged 6-13, and €283 for children under five.

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Be Scared, Stay Scared: W.H.O. Warns ‘Strong Likelihood’ More Dangerous Coronavirus Variants Lie Ahead

The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) warned Thursday nobody should relax in the face of future coronavirus threats, cautioning the strong likelihood that further, possibly more dangerous variants still lie ahead.

During a press briefing, Prof. Didier Houssin, who heads the W.H.O. emergency coronavirus committee, said the current disposition of the pandemic is “not good,” despite it being 18 months since it was officially declared a public health emergency.

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Concerns in Brussels About Hungarian Law Violating Pedophiles’ “GDPR Rights”

On Wednesday, the European Commission officially started its infringement proceedings against Hungary in connection with the Budapest government’s new legislation that raises penalties for sexual crimes against children and prohibits the spread of LGBTQ ideology in schools and among children in general. In a statement signed by President Ursula von der Leyen, the Commission threatens to “use all the instruments at its disposal to defend” the core values of the EU, such as equality.

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ProtonVPN’s New MacOS and IOS Update Helps Bypass Censorship

Open source and end-to-end encrypted email service ProtonMail’s ProtonVPN service on July 15 announced an update to Apple’s desktop and mobile operating system apps, meant to help their users bypass censorship.

ProtonMail and ProtonVPN say their goal is to strengthen online privacy, better protect users, and promote internet freedom, and to that end, the VPN service, launched in 2017, is being improved to keep pace with the technology sometimes used by state actors to impose censorship in various jurisdictions.

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Survey Finds Millennials Think Reading Books, Using Cash & Talking on Phone Are Signs Someone is ‘Living in the Dark Ages’

According to a new survey of millennials, reading books, using cash and talking on the phone are some of the signs that you are “living in the dark ages.”

Yes, really.

They poll of 25-40 year olds was conducted by Energy retailer Love Energy Savings.

Using cash was the top answer, with 28 per cent of millennials believing that something that was commonplace as little as 10 years ago (and still is in many countries) is a sign that people are completely out of touch.

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Wikipedia Co-Founder Says Site is Now ‘Propaganda’ For Left-Leaning ‘Establishment’

Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger has warned that the website can no longer be trusted — insisting it is now just “propaganda” for the left-leaning “establishment.”

Sanger told UnHerd’s Lockdown TV Wednesday that he started the “encyclopedia of opinion” in 2001 purely on the basis it would offer true neutrality and offer “multiple points of view” on “hot button issues.”

Now, he insisted, conservative voices are “sternly warned if not kicked out” if they try to add a different take on establishment views — which Sanger deemed “propaganda.”

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14 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/16/2021

  1. Pence should just shut up and go hang himself already. He could have found his courage and prevented the imposter from being certified but he chose to sell out his boss and he didn’t even get thirty pieces of silver for his trouble. At least Judas had that much sense to profit from his betrayal.

  2. Likely the reason the South African bookstore was left unmolested by feral orcs wasn’t for the obvious reason that most of them can’t read or are disinclined to do so even if they are able to. Books still have value for wiping one’s backside after defecating but that’s likely a western practice which hasn’t yet caught on in Orcistan. If it ever does, I suggest sending that Anchorage BLM reading list with a few million unsold Obamination autobiographies tossed in, and about ten or twenty million fraudulent Biden mail-in ballots. I hear the fake paper they are printed upon is perfect for being loaded with male bovine excrement.

  3. It is quite clear that a growing number of South Africans have realised that the ANC are nothing more than a self serving bunch of criminals who have no regard for the dream of a “Rainbow Nation”.
    In this video the top military leader of the Zulu extends a hand to the white leadership to take back the country.

    Zulu leadership reaching out to white leaders for direction post ANC | South Africa – https://youtu.be/kQuU1aDyUeM

  4. “Germany: Berlin and Munich to Ban the Term “Schwarzfahren” Over Racism Concerns”

    In the Czech Republic we also have the term “White Horse” for a dupe that is duped to sign a contract or borrows money for his mafia overlords who benefit and profit, while the poor bastard is left with all responsibility and debt. Are we gonna change that term to something else?

  5. Wasn’t it done for the sake to have ” Putin on our side” ?? :=))
    You in the West have Betrayal in your DNA..
    To the point you are able to betrays yourself..
    How it is working that new arrangement with Putin for your benefits ?..:-))
    You are fool thinking Russia will be on your side against China..
    Russia will be the first one to stab you in the back..Germany second..
    In a process you lost real allays in CEE ( circa 100 Mln people) ..
    USA Betrayals politics at the best :-))

  6. According 0to what i read here,my children are millennials,me who i was born on 1946,i read books i use cash i travel by bus to go and visit my sister who is 8 years older than me,and i listen Thomas Allen and Nat King Cole,
    What am i?
    But i am happy like that whatever iam called.

  7. “Britain plans to launch covert special forces operations against Russia & China, military chief tells media Britain plans to launch covert special forces operations against Russia & China, military chief tells media”???? Covid or covert?

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