Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/21/2021

The hostage situation in the Eskiltuna prison in Sweden was resolved peacefully. Prison officials met the hostage-takers’ demand and delivered twenty kebab pizzas to other inmates. The hostages were eventually released. The two culture-enriching perpetrators were arrested, and will be charged with kidnapping. The incident has a Mohammed Coefficient of 50%.

In other news, at least thirty migrants escaped from an Italian reception center in Pozzallo after setting fire to their mattresses.

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Thanks to Dean, DV, Fjordman, MM, Reader from Chicago, Upananda Brahmachari, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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USA
» Antifa Rioter Convicted of Felony Arson for Throwing IED at Officer, Setting Portland Police Building on Fire
» Backlash in States Starts Over Biden Court-Packing Scheme
» California Parents Start Petition to End Absurd School Mask Mandates
» Chicago Removed Its Columbus Statues After Protests. An Italian American Group is Suing to Bring One Back
» Clay Travis: NBA’s Need to Skew Ratings Proves Woke Damage Remains
» Cotton Calls on Biden to ‘Publicly Condemn Critical Race Theory’ After Admin Promotes Radical Group
» Democrat Who Featured in Infamous ‘Maskless Flight’ Pic Calls for “Universal Mask-Wearing”
» Emergency Powers Law Gov. Whitmer Used to Shut Down Businesses During Pandemic Repealed by Michigan House
» Facebook’s Frequent Banning of the Term “Hoe” Causes Trouble for Gardeners
» Former City Council Candidate to Introduce Ballot Initiative Creating ‘African American Autonomous Zones’ In DC
» Intellectual Property Panel Tells Johnson and Johnson That No, It’s Not Allowed to Seize a Parody Domain
» It Sure Looks Like the FBI Basically Orchestrated the Gretchen Whitmer ‘Kidnapping’ Plot
» Lebron James Bombs at Box Office After Going Woke and Simping for China
» McCarthy Pulls His Five Republicans From Riot Commission After Pelosi Rejects Conservative Reps
» Minneapolis Business Owner Who Cheered Rioters Burning Down Restaurant Has Van Stolen, New Business Robbed
» Professors Sue College District After Jobs Threatened for Criticizing Social Justice Expenditures
» Rep. Dan Bishop Introduces Anti-CRT Amendments to Government Funding Bill
» Reports: Pentagon Tracking “Extremist” Web Searches Including “The Truth About Black Lives Matter”
» The White House Escalates Its Calls for Censorship, Aims at “Conservative News Outlets”
» US Women’s Soccer Team Crushed by Sweden After Taking Knee for BLM
» Video: Capitol Defendant’s Attorney Says Detainees Are Being Subject to “Torture!” in Car Crash CNN Interview
» Video: Rand Paul Vows to Ask DOJ for Criminal Referral on Fauci After Blistering Exchange
» Woman Caught on Video Destroying Statues Outside Queens Church
» YouTube Deletes Family Research Council Video About Vaccinating Minors Against Parental Consent
 
Canada
» Breaking: Far-Left Protestors Clash With Police in Toronto as Illegal Homeless Encampment Dismantled
 
Europe and the EU
» 2 Guards Taken Hostage by Inmates at Prison in Sweden
» 52 Per Cent of Young Britons Delete or Don’t Use NHS COVID Tracing App Properly: Poll
» A Decade on From Breivik’s Killing Rampage, Norway Still Needs to Address Its Far-Right Problem
» European Commission Gives Poland Ultimatum Over Disciplinary Chamber
» EU’s Top Court: Employers May Ban Islamic Headscarves
» Germany’s Spiegel Claims Muhammad Cartoonist Kurt Westergaard Responsible for Jihad Terror
» Greek Police, Protesters Clash in Protest Against COVID Vaccines
» Guards Freed After Hostage-Taking by Inmates at Swedish Prison
» ‘Hands Off My Natural Immunity’: French Protest Against COVID Health Pass
» Hungary Must be Self-Sufficient in Medical Equipment Production
» Hungary Says EU Rule of Law Report Based on ‘Double Standards’
» Polish PM Morawiecki: No Risk of ‘Polexit’
» Radical No-Go Zone Imam Claims Swedish Flag for ‘Heretics’
» Spain: National Conservative Vox Party Calls on Left-Wing Government to Condemn Cuba’s Communist Dictatorship
» Two Swedish Prison Officers Held Hostage at Maximum Security Jail
» UK City Council Suggests Local Cake Might be Racist Because it Contains Sugar
» UK Surveillance State Looms Large as New Digital ID Proposals Are Introduced
» UK: Club to Host Huge Three-Day Rave to Fund Fight Against £10,000 COVID Superfine
» UK: Liverpool Stripped of World Heritage Status After Disfiguring Historic Waterfront With Modernist Buildings
» UK: Tory Rebels Sign Big Brother Watch Declaration Against Vaccine Passports, As Labour Comes Out Against Vax Passes
 
South Asia
» India Will be Islamic Country Through Ghazwa-E-Hind (Holy War): ISJKL
 
Far East
» Hong Kong Public Broadcaster RTHK Ordered to Never Refer to Taiwan as a Country
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australian MP Says Unvaccinated People “Need to be Controlled and Restricted”
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» South Africa Riots: Delayed Response Gave Plotters a ‘Field Day’ — Minister
 
Latin America
» As Cuba Begins Handing Out Sentences to Protesters, Some Families Left in the Dark
» Pop Star Pitbull Calls on Jeff Bezos to Provide Aid to Cuban People: ‘Wake Up Because This is About Freedom and Human Rights’
 
Immigration
» At Least 30 Migrants Escape Italian Reception Centre After Setting Fire
» Crying Toddler and Barefoot Children Are Brought Ashore as Around 100 Migrants Arrive in the UK Today After Number Crossing the Channel in 2021 Already Hit a Record Yearly High of 8,452
» Five Boats Carrying 171 Migrants Arrive on Lampedusa
» ‘France is Making a Mockery of UK’: Furious Tories Accuse Priti Patel of ‘Throwing Good Money After Bad’ With £54m Anglo-French Migrant Patrol Deal…
» France: Migrant With Long Rap Sheet Attacks Man Over Cigarette
» Germany: The Young Migrant Who Killed Three Women is Not Criminally Responsible, Expects Says
» Greek Police Prepare Criminal Case on Migrant Smuggling
» Lithuania Adopts Law Restricting Migrant Rights
» On Migrants, It’s One Hypocritical EU Rule for Lithuania and Another for Bogeyman Viktor Orban
 
Culture Wars
» Danish Parties Want to Grant Polish Women Free Abortions
» Miley Cyrus Tells Young Fans to “Ask Daddy” To Buy Them Merchandise Featuring “I [Heart] Dick” Slogan
» Orban Announces Referendum on Showing LGBT Info to Children After EU Pushback
 

Antifa Rioter Convicted of Felony Arson for Throwing IED at Officer, Setting Portland Police Building on Fire

An Antifa member who threw an IED at law enforcement has been convicted of multiple felony arson and assault charges stemming from a violent Black Lives Matter-Antifa riot when a Portland police officer was almost set on fire.

21-year-old Cyan Waters Bass, of Portland, has been convicted of five felonies including unlawful possession of an explosive device, first-degree arson, first-degree attempted assault, first-degree criminal mischief, and riot.

Bass was sentenced to 48 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to the slew of charges prior to conviction and sentencing, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday via press release.

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

Backlash in States Starts Over Biden Court-Packing Scheme

At the very moment today that President Joe Biden’s Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States was meeting to consider adding likely Democratic justices, an effort started in Wisconsin to lock in the current makeup of the court — and 150 years of history.

Newly elected Wisconsin state Sens. Julian Bradley and Eric Wimberger and Rep. Tony Kurtz said they started to circulate a resolution to block expanding the court beyond nine judges.

While some other states have passed simple resolutions on the issue, their plan, dubbed “Wisconsin Keep 9 Resolution,” calls for a constitutional convention to debate an amendment that would require nine states.

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

California Parents Start Petition to End Absurd School Mask Mandates

Gavin Newsom is fighting for his political life and as a result has been making all kinds of overtures to the people of California — from a new round of stimulus checks to free school meals for all to new funding for homeless programs. Two things he cannot bring himself to do are to release his emergency powers and buck the teachers unions. And what are the teachers unions demanding? Masks for all students upon returning to the classroom, which is something they still don’t really want to do (it will not surprise this writer to discover that LAUSD does not return to full-time instruction at the last minute).

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

Chicago Removed Its Columbus Statues After Protests. An Italian American Group is Suing to Bring One Back

LITTLE ITALY — An Italian American organization is suing the Chicago Park District to restore the Christopher Columbus statue removed from Little Italy after protests last year.

The Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans (JCCIA) want city officials to reinstall the statue at Arrigo Park, which dated back to 1966 before it was taken down.

The Columbus statues at Grant Park and Arrigo Park were removed July 24, 2020, hours after an abrupt decision from Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

The Grant Park monument had been the site of high-profile protests — including one the week prior in which police and protesters violently clashed, injuring dozens of protesters and officers. At that protest, people scaled the statue, threw ropes around it and tried to pull it down.

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

Clay Travis: NBA’s Need to Skew Ratings Proves Woke Damage Remains

The NBA likes to tout its television ratings to the mainstream media, seemingly to push the narrative that people are watching in droves. The mainstream media all too often gladly accepts it as gospel, then pushes the same narrative to the public.

But things aren’t always what they seem, OutKick founder Clay Travis says.

“They narrowly managed to avoid an all-time low Game 1 NBA Finals rating,” Clay says, referring to the Suns-Bucks series. “In the bubble last year, they posted a tiny number. They managed to just get over the hurdle of that number in Game 1 on Tuesday.

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

Cotton Calls on Biden to ‘Publicly Condemn Critical Race Theory’ After Admin Promotes Radical Group

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., on Wednesday called on President Biden to publicly denounce critical race theory after the administration blamed an “error” for promoting a radical activist group’s handbook that calls on educators to “disrupt Whiteness.”

“President Biden has supported Critical Race Theory since he took office—no one believes this was an honest mistake,” the senator said in a statement to Fox News.

“If the Biden administration doesn’t support this sort of radical racist ideology, it should publicly condemn Critical Race Theory and stop it from being promoted in the federal government,” he added.

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

Democrat Who Featured in Infamous ‘Maskless Flight’ Pic Calls for “Universal Mask-Wearing”

Democrat Texas state Rep. Donna Howard, who appeared in the now infamous photo of maskless Dem lawmakers on a private jet, faced ridicule after she called for “universal mask-wearing.”

Howard was one of 60 Texas Democrats who boarded a jet to Washington, D.C., to skip out on a vote on Texas’ election reform bill. A photo of the plane cabin shows Howard and several other passengers not wearing masks.

Following the trip, where they met with U.S. officials, Howard along with 5 of her colleagues tested positive for COVID-19.

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

Emergency Powers Law Gov. Whitmer Used to Shut Down Businesses During Pandemic Repealed by Michigan House

The Emergency Powers Act of 1945 used most recently by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to issue sweeping pandemic restrictions was repealed by the Michigan House on Wednesday.

The vote, coming just one week after the senate approved the initiative petition, passed in the Republican-controlled House 60-48 along party lines in favor of repealing the act, according to the Detroit Free Press.

According to the act’s text: “During times of great public crisis, disaster, rioting, catastrophe, or similar public emergency within the state, or reasonable apprehension of immediate danger of a public emergency of that kind, when public safety is imperiled, either upon application of the mayor of a city, sheriff of a county, or the commissioner of the Michigan state police or upon his or her own volition, the governor may proclaim a state of emergency and designate the area involved.”

“After making the proclamation or declaration, the governor may promulgate reasonable orders, rules, and regulations as he or she considers necessary to protect life and property or to bring the emergency situation within the affected area under control,” the act continues.

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

Facebook’s Frequent Banning of the Term “Hoe” Causes Trouble for Gardeners

As always, as we move towards a world ruled by algorithms, we come across more incidences of the algorithms getting it wrong and failing to understand context.

The word “hoe” was flagged on Facebook in a western New York gardening club group who mistook the equipment for a derogatory term.

When more than 7,500 members debated the long-handled edged instrument, a group named WNY Gardeners was frequently flagged by the social media platform for “violating community standards.”

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

Former City Council Candidate to Introduce Ballot Initiative Creating ‘African American Autonomous Zones’ In DC

Former At-Large DC Council candidate Addison Sarter is expected to bring forth a ballot initiative that would look to create African American autonomous areas with in DC, which would have their own mayor and city council members.

According to WAMU reporter Martin Austermuhle, Sarter is expected to propose this ballot initiative, but did not give a timeline.

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

Intellectual Property Panel Tells Johnson and Johnson That No, It’s Not Allowed to Seize a Parody Domain

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has decided that US multinational corporation Johnson & Johnson cannot take over the domain of a parody website.

The website, BrandedBandAids.com, was set up by Danielle Baskin, with the title, Brand-Aid. It’s a play on words on Band-Aid, which happens to be a Johnson & Johnson trademarked term rather than a generic one. Aware of this, Baskin included the trademark symbol in the title of the site, whose purpose is to highlight the way the healthcare sector is becoming ever more commercialized, particularly now in the time of the pandemic.

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

It Sure Looks Like the FBI Basically Orchestrated the Gretchen Whitmer ‘Kidnapping’ Plot

In news that’s flying below the radar a bit, more evidence of just how corrupt and compromised the FBI has become emerged today.

You may recall the much-ballyhooed plot to supposedly kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer last year. Arrests were made in October of 2020, with the claim being that the FBI had stopped the kidnapping plot as well as a plan to overthrow the government. After it came out in the weeks following the bust that one of the participants was anti-Trump and a Black Lives Matter supporter, the story quickly died down.

All of this was intertwined at the time with the politics of Whitmer’s controversial COVID policies. Earlier in the same year, there had been demonstrations at the state’s capital that drew lots of press attention and condemnation. The insinuation pushed by the media was that those demonstrations had provoked the kidnapping plot.

But now, a big curveball is being thrown into the mix regarding what actually happened. Apparently, the FBI didn’t just have informants within the group where the arrests were made. Rather, FBI operatives played a key role in the planning of the entire ordeal and were also seemingly instrumental in birthing the plot.

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

Lebron James Bombs at Box Office After Going Woke and Simping for China

Amongst failing domestic sales of Space Jam: A New Legacy, the movie, and its big star LeBron James, are expected to take an even bigger hit after China has stated that it won’t allow the movie to air in their country.

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

McCarthy Pulls His Five Republicans From Riot Commission After Pelosi Rejects Conservative Reps

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected two of Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s five choices to sit on the select committee that will investigate the riot at the Capitol on January 6.

Pelosi said that Ranking Judiciary Committee Member Jim Jordan — a close ally of Donald Trump — and Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks cannot be on the committee because they might jeopardize “the integrity of the investigation.”

She said it with a straight face so I guess she thinks it’s true.

For his part, McCarthy threatened to pull all the GOP members from the Committee unless Pelosi changed her mind.

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

Minneapolis Business Owner Who Cheered Rioters Burning Down Restaurant Has Van Stolen, New Business Robbed

A business owner in Minneapolis, who set up shop across town a year after his first Indian restaurant was burned down last summer during riots after George Floyd’s death, says his van full of supplies for his new establishment was stolen.

Ruhel Islam, an immigrant who grew up under a Bangladeshi dictatorship, said someone took the stolen van to his new restaurant, Curry In A Hurry, from in front of his home then used the keys left inside the truck to enter the building Monday, taking $500 from the register, Fox 9 Minneapolis reported.

His first restaurant, called Gandhi Mahal, was located just blocks away from the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct, which was also burned down by rioters last summer. The restaurant caught fire during the demonstrations. Islam and his daughter, Hafsa Islam, went viral on Facebook, writing in a post at the time, “Let my building burn. Justice needs to be served.”

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

Professors Sue College District After Jobs Threatened for Criticizing Social Justice Expenditures

Two history professors threatened with termination after they questioned use of grant money to fund social justice initiatives at their college have filed a federal lawsuit against the Kern Community College District.

The scholars allege the district violated their right to free speech and academic freedom as well as threatened further punishment for criticizing social justice spending.

In their complaint, professors Matthew Garrett and Erin Miller argue that district officials knowingly violated their First Amendment rights when administrators investigated and disciplined them for “publicly criticizing how the district chooses to spend its money.”

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

Rep. Dan Bishop Introduces Anti-CRT Amendments to Government Funding Bill

Congressman Dan Bishop is introducing amendments to the Democrats’ government funding bill in the House of Representatives and they’re aimed at banning federal cash from bankrolling critical race theory.

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

Reports: Pentagon Tracking “Extremist” Web Searches Including “The Truth About Black Lives Matter”

Reports circulating Tuesday reveal that the Pentagon is working with a contractor to track web searches that it describes as indicators of “white supremacy,” citing the phrase “the truth about black lives matter” as one example.

Reports from Defense One and Fox News state that the Pentagon is working with a UK-based company called Moonshot CVE (Countering Violent Extremism) to uncover networks of domestic extremists within the military.

Moonshot regularly works with the notorious ADL, and has ties to former President Obama, as well as the SPLC and George Soros’ Open Foundation, according to the reports.

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

The White House Escalates Its Calls for Censorship, Aims at “Conservative News Outlets”

The White House is not only stepping up its campaign to bring pressure to bear on online content and providers and sources that the Biden administration considers to be misinformation, but is also broadening the scope of the narrative and potential targets of censorship.

After recently announcing plans to “hold platforms accountable” for spreading misinformation — a point White House comms director Kate Bedingfield is telling the media President Biden spoke about “aggressively” — it’s now the turn of conservative news outlets to get a warning.

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

US Women’s Soccer Team Crushed by Sweden After Taking Knee for BLM

They were supposed to be the most socially aware and best women’s soccer team on the planet. Well, after their 3-0 crushing defeat at the hands of the Swedes, we can still say they’re very socially aware.

The U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) took a knee for Black Lives Matter before their Olympic matchup against Sweden on Tuesday, and they basically stayed down for the rest of the game, losing to the Swedes by a score of 3-0.

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

Video: Capitol Defendant’s Attorney Says Detainees Are Being Subject to “Torture!” in Car Crash CNN Interview

An attorney for one of the defendants charged with infiltrating the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th alleged that his client and others are being brutally tortured “five miles from the White House” in an awkward interview on CNN Tuesday.

Joseph McBride was asked for comments relating to the eight month prison sentence given to Paul Hodgkins for merely walking into the building and sitting at Nancy Pelosi’s desk.

McBride, who represents another of the accused told CNN host John Avlon that “there are people who showed up to attack the Capitol, there are people who showed up to protest, and there are people who showed up to protest that got involved with the greater events of that day. And it is very important not to lump everybody in, not to define every protester that showed up that day as an insurrectionist — which, by the way, no one has been charged with.”

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

Video: Rand Paul Vows to Ask DOJ for Criminal Referral on Fauci After Blistering Exchange

Following an explosive argument with Fauci in the Senate Tuesday, Rand Paul later vowed to seek a criminal referral from the Department of Justice, urging that the National Institutes of Health head “has lied to Congress.”

Appearing on Hannity, the Senator also charged that Fauci is also the reason why more doctors are not speaking out with differing opinions on the pandemic.

“He’s been there for 40 years, probably 39 years too long, but he controls all the funding, so people are deathly afraid of him,” Paul said.

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

Woman Caught on Video Destroying Statues Outside Queens Church

A woman yanked down two religious statues outside a Queens church and destroyed them by chucking them into the street in a “heartbreaking” act of vandalism, the church’s pastor said.

The early Saturday morning wrecking spree was caught on video outside Our Lady of Mercy in Forest Hills, where the hammer-wielding suspect hopped a short barrier and began shaking the decades-old statues until they became loose.

The video shows the woman then throwing the figures — one of the Blessed Mother and another of St. Therese the Little Flower — onto the sidewalk and then onto Kessel Street.

The enraged vandal is also seen whacking the statues with her hammer, stomping on them and spitting at the monuments.

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

YouTube Deletes Family Research Council Video About Vaccinating Minors Against Parental Consent

YouTube deleted a video posted by “Washington Watch” (a channel run by Family Research Council) discussing Washington DC City Council’s move allowing schools to vaccinate, without parental consent, minors as young as 11-years-old.

The YouTube video, posted last week, featured a discussion with president and general counsel of Children’s Health Defense Mary Holland about the DC City Council’s new guidance involving vaccines and minors. YouTube removed the video for violating its policies on “medical misinformation” and warned that further violations would result in more restrictions.

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

Breaking: Far-Left Protestors Clash With Police in Toronto as Illegal Homeless Encampment Dismantled

Another homeless encampment in Toronto saw police carry out a June 12 trespass notice as local law enforcement faced civil unrest from far-left protesters.

Toronto Police broke through the makeshift barricade on Wednesday and tossed protesters to the ground, with repeated calls by enforcement to “hold the line.” Law enforcement arrested over 20 people at the scene after refusing to leave the park. According to City News, one officer was injured during the altercation after being sprayed with an unknown substance.

Several protestors resisted arrest, while others attempted to free fellow protestors arrested by law enforcement. As Toronto Police advanced, the makeshift walls of protestors linking arms disbanded within minutes. One onlooker told police to “stop being violent,” though law enforcement approached the situation with “the least amount of force.” Volunteers with the Encampment Support Network also distributed water and food to the 17 homeless residents from behind the fence.

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

2 Guards Taken Hostage by Inmates at Prison in Sweden

OSLO, Norway (AP) — Swedish officials say two inmates have taken a pair of prison guards hostage. The Swedish Prison and Probation Service said they were barricaded inside part of the penitentiary 75 miles west of Stockholm in what officials described as “a very dangerous situation.” The prison service said the inmates abducted the prison officers after breaking into a guards’ room soon on Wednesday and covering up the surveillance cameras. Swedish media say the prisoners have demanded a helicopter to help them escape. Tabloid newspaper Aftonbladet reports that they have offered to release one of the hostages in exchange for having 20 kebab pizzas distributed to other inmates.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

52 Per Cent of Young Britons Delete or Don’t Use NHS COVID Tracing App Properly: Poll

More than half, 52 per cent, of young Britons have downloaded the NHS’s COVID-19 app and then either deleted it, switched it off, or avoided checking in. The polling figures come as the UK is set to face a “pingdemic” of people told to isolate at home because they were in proximity to someone infected with the Chinese coronavirus.

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

A Decade on From Breivik’s Killing Rampage, Norway Still Needs to Address Its Far-Right Problem

Norway will on Thursday mark a decade since far-right terror attacks killed 77 people in the capital Oslo and the island of Utøya.

Anders Breivik’s bomb and shooting spree on July 22, 2011, was the country’s worst peacetime slaughter and the fifth deadliest terrestrial terrorist attack in Europe.

A decade on, survivors and experts say that little has been done to snuff out the far-right ideology behind the bloodshed.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

European Commission Gives Poland Ultimatum Over Disciplinary Chamber

The European Commission (EC) sent a letter to the Polish government on Tuesday in which it asked about the methods through which Poland will introduce the CJEU’s ruling concerning the Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Chamber. The letter also warned Warsaw that if it does not comply with the ruling, then the European Commission may request the imposition of financial sanctions.

“The EC has decided to authorize Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders to use measures meant to encourage Poland to abide with the CJEU’s decision. We have sent a letter to Poland concerning the matter,” said European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova.

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

EU’s Top Court: Employers May Ban Islamic Headscarves

The Court of Justice of the European Union, the EU’s highest court, has ruled that private sector employers within the 27-member bloc are legally entitled to prohibit their employees from wearing Islamic headscarves at the workplace.

The decision states that corporate bans on religious or political symbols are legitimate if employers wish to “present a neutral image towards customers” or to “prevent social disputes.”

The judgment is consistent with previous determinations by the Luxembourg-based court, informally known as the European Court of Justice (ECJ), that bans on religious symbols at the workplace are not inherently discriminatory — provided they apply equally to all religions.

The significance of the ECJ’s decision on the headscarf — arguably the most visible symbol of political Islam in Europe — cannot be overstated: by striking a balance between religious liberty and entrepreneurial freedom, the court has effectively blocked a back-door effort to enshrine Sharia law in European labor law.

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

Germany’s Spiegel Claims Muhammad Cartoonist Kurt Westergaard Responsible for Jihad Terror

By Robert Spencer

It is a basic principle that is being obscured: if you insult me and I hit you, the responsibility lies entirely with me. It doesn’t matter what you said. I didn’t have to react violently. I could have reacted in any number of other ways. The people who are responsible for the riots and murders over Westergaard’s cartoon are the rioters and murderers, not Westergaard. Blaming him is a prelude to criminalizing criticism of Islam, which the Organization of Islamic Cooperation has been pushing for ever since the cartoons were first published.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Greek Police, Protesters Clash in Protest Against COVID Vaccines

ATHENS (Reuters) — Police fired tear gas and water canon to disperse crowds protesting against coronavirus vaccinations in Athens on Wednesday.

About 1,500 people took part in the protest outside parliament, the second in a week against Greece’s COVID-19 inoculation drive. A rally last Wednesday drew more than 5,000 people, some of them waving Greek flags and wooden crosses.

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

Guards Freed After Hostage-Taking by Inmates at Swedish Prison

Two prison guards taken hostage at a penitentiary outside the Swedish city of Eskilstuna by two men convicted of serious crimes have been freed, according to local media.

At lunchtime on Wednesday the convicts broke into a guard room in Hallby Prison armed with razor blades and barricaded themselves in with the hostages.

Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet said the pair demanded a helicopter for their use and 20 kebab pizzas for themselves and other inmates on their ward.

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

‘Hands Off My Natural Immunity’: French Protest Against COVID Health Pass

PARIS (Reuters) —Hundreds of people protested in Paris on Wednesday against the introduction of a health pass for some activities and against compulsory vaccinations for health workers as the government seeks to curb a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections in France.

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

Hungary Must be Self-Sufficient in Medical Equipment Production

Péter Szijjartó emphasized that the production capacity of medical devices must be increased, as doing so will contribute to the success of health protection even in the event of further epidemic waves.

The Hungarian government will provide HUF 485 million for the investment of approximately 1.7 billion forints in Beurer Hungaria Kft, a manufacturer of medical devices, Szijjartó said, adding that “the epidemic has shown that we need to have strategic capabilities that seem illogical in peacetime and difficult to explain financially in calm conditions — but, when there is an emergency, can save lives.”

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Hungary Says EU Rule of Law Report Based on ‘Double Standards’

“This is exactly what we expected. The European Commission has published a biased, politically motivated package of rule of law reports that embodies the double standard,” Justice Minister Judit Varga told Magyar Nemzet.

“In addition, the Hungarian Child Protection Act was targeted. In their view, Hungary is not a state governed by the rule of law right now, precisely because we protect the rights of children and parents at the highest level. Their problem is that we do not allow LGBTQ activists and any sexual propaganda into Hungarian schools and kindergartens.”

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Polish PM Morawiecki: No Risk of ‘Polexit’

During a recent meeting, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was asked whether he thought it was worth risking a so-called “Polexit” over the Polish Supreme Court Disciplinary Chamber’s functioning.

“There is no risk of Polexit — it is merely some sort of political fantasy. There is no risk of that here, nor are there any intentions to do such a thing. This is a political emotion which our political opponents are trying to awaken,” he assured.

Morawiecki explained that the best policy towards the EU was euro-realism, which entailed the unilateral defense of Polish interests on one hand (negotiating funds to their maximum size), and on the other hand the defense of those areas in which Poland and other EU states did not agree in terms of handing over competencies to European institutions.

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Radical No-Go Zone Imam Claims Swedish Flag for ‘Heretics’

A radical Islamist imam in the Malmö no-go zone of Rosengård has claimed that Muslims carrying Swedish flags are “heretics” as the flag contains a Christian cross.

Imam Basem Mahmoud, also known as Abu Hamza, has a history of allegedly preaching hatred against Jews and others he deems “infidels”, with Swedish media having reportedon his hate-filled sermons six months ago.

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Spain: National Conservative Vox Party Calls on Left-Wing Government to Condemn Cuba’s Communist Dictatorship

Spain’s national-conservative Vox party has called on the country’s ruling left-wing coalition government to condemn Cuba’s communist dictatorship in the wake of the largest protests to hit the Latin American country since Fidel Castro seized power more than sixty years ago.

The Vox Parliamentary Group last week submitted a motion which urged Spain’s left-wing government, led by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, to make a “public and resounding denunciation of the repression of peaceful demonstrations, the limitations of freedom of expression, and the violation of human rights in Cuba,” Spanish newspaper La Gaceta reports.

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Two Swedish Prison Officers Held Hostage at Maximum Security Jail

Two prison officers have been taken hostage at a high-security facility in Eskilstuna, west of Stockholm, since Wednesday afternoon.

Two inmates blockaded themselves in a room at the Helby prison with two prison officers at 12.30 pm and covered the CCTV cameras, the Swedish Prison and Probation Service said.

The inmates are serving sentences for murder, acting security chief Jörgen From Nordin told a local Swedish news agency.

He added that the negotiators and a police task force were at the scene and described the situation as “frozen”.

Local media reports said the inmates are demanding a helicopter for their escape…

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UK City Council Suggests Local Cake Might be Racist Because it Contains Sugar

Leeds city council is concerned about the origins of local produce such as Parkin cake because it may have once included sugar imported from the Caribbean and is therefore racist.

Yes, really.

The gingerbread cake was flagged in a Labour council document as part of a white guilt audit performed to satiate the Black Lives Matter mob and uncover “examples of how racism continues to be prevalent in everyday life.”

“Historically, some of the ingredients used to make these ‘local’ products were gained through the triangular slave trade (for example, sugar),” states the document.

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UK Surveillance State Looms Large as New Digital ID Proposals Are Introduced

UK’s authorities are hard at work in a bid to move as much personal identity information from the physical to the digital realm and ensure it is trusted and given a stronger legal status, claiming that this will improve security around this type of highly sensitive data.

A new government proposal is designed to establish a government body that would act as regulator making sure online authentication and identity rules are adhered to by various organizations.

Announcing the plan, the UK government said its aim is to make digital identities as trusted as traditional IDs, while the form they would take would be an app or a web service.

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UK: Club to Host Huge Three-Day Rave to Fund Fight Against £10,000 COVID Superfine

Thousands of ravers are due to attend a reopening weekend at a nightclub that is contesting a £10,000 fine for breaking Covid laws.

Lab11 was accused of breaching local restrictions but launched a crowdfunding appeal to contest the penalty and stay afloat.

The independent, warehouse-style venue in Birmingham, which has a 12,300 capacity, is now due to hold a sold-out relaunch weekend in its ‘biggest ever’ party featuring underground dance music acts.

On its website, the club revealed details of the 30-hour weekender and said ‘THE RAVES ARE RETURNING’, telling clubbers: ‘Thank you for all your support over the last 18 months…we dance again.’

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UK: Liverpool Stripped of World Heritage Status After Disfiguring Historic Waterfront With Modernist Buildings

LONDON (AP) — Civic leaders in Liverpool expressed outrage Wednesday after the English port city was stripped of its World Heritage status by the United Nations’ culture organization.

UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee voted in a secret ballot to remove the designation because of developments in the city center and on its historic River Mersey waterfront. The committee said the projects, including a planned new stadium for soccer team Everton, were “detrimental to the site’s authenticity and integrity” and had caused “irreversible loss of attributes.”

[Comment: Perhaps the World Heritage Committee saw Paul Joseph Watson’s videos about modern architecture.]

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UK: Tory Rebels Sign Big Brother Watch Declaration Against Vaccine Passports, As Labour Comes Out Against Vax Passes

Prime Minister Boris Johnson could face a party rebellion over his recent announcement for mandatory vaccinations to enter nightclubs and other large social venues, with at least 42 Conservative MPs signing Big Brother Watch’s declaration against vaccine passports. Meanwhile, Labour and the Liberal Democrats have said they oppose vaccine passports.

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India Will be Islamic Country Through Ghazwa-E-Hind (Holy War): ISJKL

Security forces trace direct footprint of Islamic State in Jammu & Kashmir with arrest of Qasim Khorasani…

Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | July 2021: With the arrest of Jihadi terrorist Umar Nisar Bhat and two of his associates on July 11, Indian intelligence agencies have unearthed a direct footprint of the Jihadi terrorist group, Islamic State of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh (ISJKL).

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had earlier this month confirmed the arrest of another key IS operative Nisar aka Qasim Khorasani, along with his associates Tanveer Ahmad Bhat and Rameez Ahmad Lone for conspiring to radicalize and recruit youths from India into ISIS to wage ‘jihad’. All three are residents of Anantnag district in J&K.

Qasim Khorasani is one of the founding members of the Islamic State in Jammu and Kashmir and intelligence agencies have been on his tail for the past one year. It is known now, ISIS has its deep root in J&K obviously with its wide networking throughout India perhaps.

Indian intel agencies had in April 2020 identified Khorasani on a messaging application. He was found discussing with other members of the terrorist group about the circulation of the ‘Swat Al-Hind’ (Voice of Hind) magazine to propagate ‘Wilayat Al-Hind’ (Islamic State in India).

The magazine also propagated Ghazwa-e-Hind (‘Holy War against India’), according to which terrorists from will march to India from Syria with black flags, wage jihad and convert the country into an Islamic state…

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Hong Kong Public Broadcaster RTHK Ordered to Never Refer to Taiwan as a Country

Hong Kong’s public broadcaster RTHK has received an order to stop referring to Taiwan as an independent country that has a president.

This could signal Beijing’s push to further consolidate its grip on Hong Kong, an autonomous region that has traditionally enjoyed more freedoms and general political and social leeway than the rest of the country.

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Australian MP Says Unvaccinated People “Need to be Controlled and Restricted”

Australian MP Frank Pangallo says that what unvaccinated people are allowed to do in the community “will need to be controlled and restricted” by authorities.

The SA-Best Party legislator called on the Australian government, which has indicated it won’t make vaccine passport compulsory, to make them mandatory for access to “hospitality venues, public places, workplaces, and for travel,” reports Reclaim the Net.

Pangallo asserts that “vaxports” (vaccine passports) will be crucial to avoid the country suffering a “health and economic catastrophe.”

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South Africa Riots: Delayed Response Gave Plotters a ‘Field Day’ — Minister

The people responsible for the riots sparked by the jailing of former South African President Jacob Zuma failed in their insurrection because the ground for them was not fertile, the country’s transport minister has said.

While the government’s slow response to what was happening gave them a “field day”, they could not achieve what they wanted, Fikile Mbalula told BBC Hardtalk.

More than 200 people died in the recent violence. It is estimated to have cost the economy in KwaZulu-Natal province alone at well over $1bn (£730m).

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that the riots were a “coordinated and well-planned attack”.

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As Cuba Begins Handing Out Sentences to Protesters, Some Families Left in the Dark

HAVANA (Reuters) — An anti-government hip hop song by some of Cuba’s most popular musicians in exile became the anthem of the unprecedented protests that rocked the Communist-run country last week.

Now the visual artist who filmed the Cuban section of the videoclip for “Patria y Vida” (‘Homeland and Life’), Anyelo Troya, 25, has been sentenced to a year in prison, according to relatives. He was charged with instigating unrest, they said, after attending a demonstration in Havana.

Rights activists say this is just the start of what they predict will be a wave of summary trials of hundreds of people detained during and after the unusual protests on July 11 and 12 that the government has blamed on U.S.-backed counter-revolutionaries.

“They took him to trial without defense or lawyer or anything,” Troya’s mother Raisa Gonzalez told Reuters after witnessing his sentencing in what she called a collective trial of around a dozen people.

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Pop Star Pitbull Calls on Jeff Bezos to Provide Aid to Cuban People: ‘Wake Up Because This is About Freedom and Human Rights’

Cuban-American rap mega star Pitbull is calling on wealthy American business leaders, particularly Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos, to provide aid to the Cuban people, thousands of whom have taken to the streets of the island nation in recent days to protest the lack of basic human necessities and to call for the end of six decades of Communist rule.

Pitbull posted an Instagram video in which he made an impassioned plea for help.

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At Least 30 Migrants Escape Italian Reception Centre After Setting Fire

At least 30 migrants escaped an Italian reception centre in Pozzallo after some of them allegedly set fire to mattresses in protest.

The fire started on Sunday afternoon in the Sicilian town and saw at least 30 of the 80 or so migrants at the facility use the chaos of the blaze to escape the facility.

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Crying Toddler and Barefoot Children Are Brought Ashore as Around 100 Migrants Arrive in the UK Today After Number Crossing the Channel in 2021 Already Hit a Record Yearly High of 8,452

At least five children including a crying toddler were among nearly 100 migrants brought ashore in Dover by Border Force today as French warships and UK vessels have been active again in the Channel after more than 700 people crossed from mainland Europe on Monday and Tuesday.

At least 85 and as many as 100 migrants are thought to have arrived on the southern coast of England so far today, with individual arrivals revealing they paid £3,000 for places on dinghies as cynical people-smuggling gangs take advantage of flat seas and clear skies.

A group of four men of African origin wearing lifejackets and facemasks disembarked from the Border Force vessel Speedwell at around 2pm, and were escorted by immigration enforcement officials onto the harbour edge for processing at Dover Marina in Kent.

[Comment: Article dated July 21, 2021.]

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Five Boats Carrying 171 Migrants Arrive on Lampedusa

AGRIGENTO — After a week of pause due to rough seas, five boats carrying 171 migrants arrived on Tuesday evening on the Italian island of Lampedusa.

The first was carrying 17 men from Tunisia and Guinea, tracked down about four miles away from the coast by the Coast Guard, followed by one carrying 18 people including five women of sub-Saharan origins. They were also on a boat that had been intercepted by an Italian Financial Police motorboat, just over a nautical mile from the port.

Over the night, three more boats landed: one large one carrying 109 migrants including two women and about 30 minors, almost all of whom unaccompanied.

This was followed by two smaller boats: one carrying 13 Tunisians and the other 14, including one minor.

All were taken to the Imbriacola hotspot after an initial health examination at the Favarolo wharf.

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‘France is Making a Mockery of UK’: Furious Tories Accuse Priti Patel of ‘Throwing Good Money After Bad’ With £54m Anglo-French Migrant Patrol Deal…

[…]as ex-Border Force chief officer says UK is simply ‘operating a collection service’ in Channel

Priti Patel was eviscerated by her own Tory colleagues over the Channel migrant crisis today as they demanded she get tough with France and stop being ‘fobbed off with excuses’ for inaction amid record numbers crossing to Britain.

The Home Secretary was taken to task by MPs this morning as she admitted that record numbers of refugees were crossing the English Channel but insisted that French authorities were trying to stop them.

Ms Patel last night agreed to pay France £54million to see anti-migrant police numbers more than doubled to 200, a fee almost twice the £28million agreed with Paris to achieve the same objective in November.

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France: Migrant With Long Rap Sheet Attacks Man Over Cigarette

An African illegal alien with a lengthy criminal history has been charged with attacking a man who refused to give him a cigarette in France, according to reports.

The incident unfolded on July 17 in the commune of Bourges when a 40-year-old migrant from Chad asked a man for a smoke.

When the victim declined the request, the suspect allegedly punched him and pulled a knife.

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Germany: The Young Migrant Who Killed Three Women is Not Criminally Responsible, Expects Says

According to psychiatric reports, the Somali refugee, who in June stabbed three women and injured seven others in Würzburg, Germany, was probably deranged because of his mental health problems and therefore cannot be prosecuted. An investigating judge in the Bavarian city ordered the 24-year-old man to be placed in a psychiatric facility.

Whether religious beliefs played a role in the June 25 act remains unclear, according to the Bavarian Criminal Bureau and the Munich Public Prosecutor’s Office. According to the toxicological report, the man was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Neither of the two mobile phones contained propaganda material or extremist content. There is also no indication that the attacker had an accomplice or that anyone else knew about his action in advance.

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Greek Police Prepare Criminal Case on Migrant Smuggling

ATHENS, Greece — Greek authorities on the eastern Aegean island of Lesbos say they are drawing up a criminal case, including on charges of espionage, against 10 people, all foreign nationals, for allegedly helping migrants enter the country illegally.

Police in Lesbos said on Monday the investigation had been ongoing for several months and was being carried out in cooperation with Greece’s intelligence service and anti-terrorism task force. No charges have been brought and no suspects have been publicly identified.

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Lithuania Adopts Law Restricting Migrant Rights

Lithuania on Wednesday adopted a law that restricts migrants rights and speeds up asylum claims, following a spike in arrivals from Africa and the Middle East via Belarus.

President Gitanas Nauseda signed off on the legislation but called it “flawed” and asked for parliament to amend it later this year.

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On Migrants, It’s One Hypocritical EU Rule for Lithuania and Another for Bogeyman Viktor Orban

Lithuania’s foreign minister posts dire threats of deportation to asylum seekers in English, Arabic, and Kurdish, but two-faced EU leaders, who pile on when Hungary does similar, are now sending border forces in support.

When European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen fronted up in Vilnius a couple of weeks ago, her decision to lend enthusiastic support to the Lithuanians in their bid to stem the flow of migrants across the border from neighbouring Belarus was a remarkable change of approach.

Ever keen to roll out the heavily armed soldiers that comprise Frontex — the EU’s border and coast guard force whose offers of help are most often rebuffed — von der Leyen said personnel would be deployed not just to Lithuania but to Latvia, which also borders Belarus, to help repel illegal migrants.

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Danish Parties Want to Grant Polish Women Free Abortions

The Red-Green Alliance and the Social Liberal Party want the Danish state to earmark DKK 20 million ($3.2 million) over four years to help Polish women have an abortion in Denmark, Danish Radio reported.

In a cross-aisle collaboration, the proposal was backed by the liberal-conservative Venstre party, currently the largest one in opposition.

The idea behind the proposal is to alleviate Poland’s strict abortion legislation, which following a spate of tightenings only allows abortion if the pregnancy is due to incest or rape, or if the woman’s life is in danger.

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Miley Cyrus Tells Young Fans to “Ask Daddy” To Buy Them Merchandise Featuring “I [Heart] Dick” Slogan

Pop star Miley Cyrus has told her young fans to “ask Daddy” to buy them her new clothing merchandise, which includes the words “i [heart] DICK” alongside spraying droplets meant to represent semen.

Lovely stuff.

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Orban Announces Referendum on Showing LGBT Info to Children After EU Pushback

After pushback from the EU, Prime Minister Viktor Orban has vowed to hold a referendum on a law that bans showing children under the age of 18 material related to homosexuality or transgenderism in education, on television, movies or in advertisements.

The law, which was passed by Hungary’s National Assembly last month, ensured that sex education in schools “must not be aimed” at “promoting homosexuality” or “changing gender,” according to ruling party Fidesz.

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7 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/21/2021

  1. Regarding the Orban move, read earlier that people who wish to have sex with animals and children are now going to demand rights.
    It is all part of the Satanic Marxist inversion brought about by the globalists who always leave an empty seat at the table for Lucifer.
    We are entering a new Dark Ages as the Luciferian globalists will layer collapse economies, nations, human DNA in their mad quest for dominance.
    They want humanity gone except for their rumpswab servants.
    Stay sharp out there and stay riding with the King of Kings.

  2. Now what about the hostage situation in Western Europe? Once safe secure societies now held hostage to the entrenched hostile Muslim invaders in particular and the clutches of ever growing minority thugs and their newly enriched users out of Africa in general. Seems an odd way to avoid war and mayhem. All busy having offspring and injecting. Just axing.

    • Are there still large crowds with REFUGES ARE WELCOME HERE signs, filling city centers? Just wondering ……

  3. Two Polish authors, Stanislaw Lem and Jan Karski, mentioned the role of Ukrainian punitive forces in World War II.
    And here are their “heirs”

    Ukrainian school team named after Hitler

    In the Ukrainian city of Novomirgorod, a children’s team called “The Hitlerites” took part in street basketball competitions during the celebration of the city day. This was told by a native of the city, ex-deputy head of the State Agricultural Inspection of Ukraine Igor Nemirovsky on his Facebook.

    When the man first heard the name of the team, he decided that he had misheard, and decided to clarify it from the children from the neighboring team. They confirmed with a laugh that their rivals were acting under the name “Hitlerites”.

    https://lenta.ru/news/2021/07/22/team/

    • Hitler had some great ideas, and actually initiated them turning around a despondent disillusioned degenerate depleted Nation in just 3 years. National Socialism had some great aspects to it.
      Shame that history has been written by the victors though, and also not withstanding the horrific crimes and the persecutions that naturally folllowed such an ideal.
      Please don’t think I’m excusing what happened, It needs to be widely known that it wasn’t one sided.

      • Do not apologize. I don’t care about those stupid homo sapiens. I am not attached to any ethnic group. (I’ll tell you a secret: I have megalomania)

      • Look at Hitler. Look at the recordings of his speeches, video with him. Can’t you see this moral deformity? This is a psychopath.
        I don’t understand anything about this time. Why dig up bloodsuckers from the graves and raise them up on the banners?

        Humanity is mentally ill again. It is treated with a lot of blood.

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