Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/26/2021

Police raided illegal lockdown-violating drinking parties at various locations in Spain, issuing fines of up to €5,000. Meanwhile, police in India busted illegal lockdown-violating parties in midnight raids at two nightclubs.

In other news, earlier tonight during a brawl in Philadelphia, four women, one of them pregnant, were stabbed, and a fifth was hit in the head with a baseball bat. All five were hospitalized. Police are investigating to determine the cause of the brawl.

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USA
» 19-Year-Old Man Released Following Arrest for Sexual Assault of Horse
» 4 Women Stabbed, Woman Struck by Bat During Brawl in Olney
» Big Tech Forms ‘White Supremacist’ Counterterror Database; PayPal Works With ADL to ‘Fight Extremism and Hate’
» Boxer Mugged: 80-Year-Old Former Dem Senator Robbed in Oakland
» Breaking: Biden Snaps at Reporter for Asking About Veterans Affairs Vaccine Mandate
» California & NYC Require All Public Workers to Get Vaccinated or Submit to Weekly Tests
» California City Orders Vaccinated Employees to Wear Stickers if They Want to Work Without Masks
» Critics Plan Lawsuits Against Three Area Institutions for Promoting ‘Critical Race Theory’
» Josh Hawley to Introduce Legislation to Fight Against Critical Race Theory Classes
» Nebraska Teachers Union Defends Critical Race Theory, Accuses Critics of Censorship
» New York Woman Charged With Hate Crimes in 4 Anti-Asian Attacks
» One Deputy Killed and Another Wounded in California Hostage Standoff
» QR Code Tracking Ushered in by Pandemic Saga, Likely Won’t Go Away When it’s Over
» Rev. Jesse Jackson Among 39 Arrested During Sit-in Protest at Sinema’s Phoenix Office
» Soros Hands $1 Million to Group Attempting to Defund Police as Violent Crime Skyrockets Nationwide
» Soros-Backed Proposal to Replace Minneapolis Police Force Approved for November Ballot
» Texas Democrats ‘P***ed’ At Biden for Not Meeting With Them, Beg Supporters for Care Packages From Home
» Video: Biden Appears to Yell “My Butt’s Been Wiped” At a Reporter
» Washington Protesters Descend on Cuban Embassy, Accuse Biden Team of Supporting Communism
» Watch: Fourth-Grade Student Told by Teacher Not to Share Info About ‘Equity Survey’ With Parents
» Watch: St. Louis Issues Universal Mask Mandate Even for Vaccinated People — AG Will Sue
» Watch: Larry Elder Slams Critical Race Theory as ‘Narrative That Pits Blacks Against Whites’
» ‘We Won’t be Coming’: Washington State Police Reform Goes Into Effect, Law Enforcement Warns of Consequences
 
Canada
» 12 Arrested at Climate Protest That Blocked Burrard Bridge
» 16 More Arrested at Fairy Creek Anti-Logging Protests
» Church in New Westminster, BC Vandalized With Graffiti
 
Europe and the EU
» Calais MP: British Millions Given to France to Stop Migrants ‘Going to Waste’, Boats Won’t be Stopped
» Conservative German Politician Defends Hungary in Opinion Piece
» Corruption Scandal Erupts Around Hungarian Far-Left MEP
» France Honors Catholic Priest Martyred by Islamic Terrorists
» French Parliament Approves Restaurant Coivd Pass and Vaccine Rules Despite Protests
» Government Adviser Who Warned of 200,000 COVID Cases a Day Faces Scrutiny After Dramatic Fall in UK Infections
» Nanny State Britain: Boris Johnson to Introduce Junk Food Credit Score App
» People Who Don’t Live Together Will be Banned From Sleeping Together Overnight in Spain’s Murcia
» Polish Art Market is Breaking Records Despite Global Drop in Art Turnover
» Slovakia Approves an Amendment Favoring Those Vaccinated
» Spain: Valencia Government Calls for Maximum Caution as New Restrictions Come Into Force
» Spain: Fines of Up to €5000 for Those Taking Part in Mallorca Bottle Parties
» Spain: 1,000 Tourists Party in Playa De Palma!
» Three Czech Spa Towns Included on the UNESCO List
» Tusk’s Goal is to Paralyze the Polish State
» UK: Claim: Woman Preacher in Charlie Hebdo Shirt Stabbed at London’s Speakers’ Corner
» UK: Disillusioned Journalists Form Alliance Against Censorship of Alternative Coronavirus Viewpoints
» UK: Labour Councillor Ridiculed for Bragging About Wearing a Mask on an Empty Train
» UK: Paralympian ‘Glued Himself to Plane as Part of Extinction Rebellion Protest’
» UK: Survey Finds Most Brits Still Wearing Face Masks Despite No Legal Requirement
» UK: Unvaccinated Students Will Not be Able to Attend Lectures Under Government Plans
» UK: Vaccines Passports and Health Social Credit Score a ‘Slippery Slope’ To Tyranny, Says Baker
 
South Asia
» Bangladesh Faces Widespread Online Censorship in the Wake of Protests
» India: Man Converted in ‘Reverse Love Jihad’ Engaged in Jihadi With a Plan to Kill Kaffirs
» India: Cops Bust Illegal Parties at 2 Clubs in Midnight Raids in Undri and Konhwa
 
Far East
» Canadians Now See China as a Far Greater Threat Than Russia or North Korea: Report
» French Intelligence Warned Obama State Department About Wuhan Lab in 2015: Former US Official
» Video: Rand Paul Slams Fauci for Not Answering Questions; It Was “Ad Hominem Attack With Him Simply Calling Names”
 
Australia — Pacific
» Lockdown House Party Leads to Five Arrests at Adelaide Address Amid COVID-19 Restrictions
» Lockdown: People Ordered to Stay Off Balconies, Tape Doors Shut in Australia Region
 
Latin America
» 20 Countries and U.S. Condemn Mass Arrests in Cuba Following Protests
 
Immigration
» 46 Migrants Rescued, Brought to Malta
» Austria Sends 400 Troops to the Border Due to Illegal Migration
» France Says UK Can’t Turn Around Migrant Dinghies as 2,000 Would-be Refugees Gather on Far Side of the Channel Preparing to Make the Deadly Crossing
» Greek Community Demands Closure of Migrant Facility After Repeated Acts of Theft, Vandalism, And Arson
» Migration ‘Drives 90% of Population Rise’: Rise in Numbers in Recent Years Was Driven by Immigrants and UK-Born Offspring, Analysis Suggests
» Spain: Another Influx of Migrants Over the Weekend Forces Re-Opening of Quarantine Hotel in Moratalla
» Swedes Afraid of Rise in Migrant Crime
» UK: Almost 600 Migrant Channel Crossings at Weekend
 
Culture Wars
» LSU Ignored Bias Complaint of Sorority Student Kicked Out Over TikTok Video
 

19-Year-Old Man Released Following Arrest for Sexual Assault of Horse

A Boston man is facing multiple charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a horse in Norfolk, Mass. last week.

Kelley allegedly broke into the Turner Hill Equestrian Stables before dawn on July 15. He was caught on surveillance camera footage haltering and cross-tying the mare he violated.

According to police, 19-year-old Jackson Z. Kelley, a cook from Boston’s Allston neighborhood, turned himself on Tuesday morning. Kelley was arrested and transported to Wrentham District Court for arraignment on charges of sexual contact with an animal, cruelty to animals and night time breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony.

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

4 Women Stabbed, Woman Struck by Bat During Brawl in Olney

Police were called to the 5800 block of North Marshall Street around 8:30 p.m. for a report of large brawl.

Four women, including one who is pregnant, were stabbed while a fifth woman was struck with a baseball bat during a fight in Philadelphia’s Olney neighborhood Monday night.

Police were called to the 5800 block of North Marshall Street around 8:30 p.m. for a report of large brawl. When they arrived they found a pregnant woman in her 20’s who was suffering from several stab wounds to her hand as well as a 20-year-old woman who had been struck in the head with a baseball bat.

Both women were taken to the Einstein Medical Center in stable condition…

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Big Tech Forms ‘White Supremacist’ Counterterror Database; PayPal Works With ADL to ‘Fight Extremism and Hate’

Big tech — which overwhelmingly employs leftists who’ve casually called anyone right of Mao a ‘Nazi’ over the past five years — is banding together to monitor, track, and take action against ‘white supremacists and far-right militias,’ according to Reuters.

A counterterrorism organization formed by some of the biggest U.S. tech companies including Facebook and Microsoft is significantly expanding the types of extremist content shared between firms in a key database, aiming to crack down on material from white supremacists and far-right militias, the group told Reuters.

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

Boxer Mugged: 80-Year-Old Former Dem Senator Robbed in Oakland

Former California Senator Barbara Boxer (D) was mugged in Oakland on Monday, after an assailant pushed her, stole her cell phone, and jumped into a waiting car.

The 80-year-old Democrat’s twitter account announced the news later in the day, adding that Boxer “is thankful that she was not seriously injured.”

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

Breaking: Biden Snaps at Reporter for Asking About Veterans Affairs Vaccine Mandate

After the the Department of Veterans Affairs declared on Monday that COVID-19 vaccinations will now be mandatory for its healthcare workers, a first for a federal government agency, President Joe Biden was asked by a reporter about that policy.

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

California & NYC Require All Public Workers to Get Vaccinated or Submit to Weekly Tests

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday morning that all city workers will either need to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated by the time public schools reopen, or consent to weekly tests, expanding a mandate adopted last week that required all health workers to be vaccinated. It’s the latest attempt by the mayor to bolster vaccination rates as the city faces a third wave of coronavirus infections largely driven by the Delta variant.

The edict will apply to roughly 340K city workers, including teachers and officers with the NYPD. The deadline for compliance is Sept. 13, when about 1MM students are set to return to classrooms full time with the new school year. Mayor de Blasio clearly sees a successful resumption of in-person education as critical to his legacy (his second and final term in office will conclude later this year).

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

California City Orders Vaccinated Employees to Wear Stickers if They Want to Work Without Masks

One California city has become embroiled in a battle over whether city employees should wear a “sticker” on their employee badges to show that they have been “fully vaccinated” should they opt not to wear a mask at the office. The city of Montclair (no, not the one in New Jersey) has declared that the policy will start next week, according to City Manager Edward Starr.

Starr argues the policy is designed to ensure that Montclair is in compliance with an edict issued in June by California’s workplace safety board, which instructs all public employees in the state to submit evidence or sign a pledge attesting that they have been vaccinated if they opt to abstain from wearing a mask.

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

Critics Plan Lawsuits Against Three Area Institutions for Promoting ‘Critical Race Theory’

Critics of “critical race theory” on Monday announced they are filing lawsuits against the Hennepin Healthcare System, the Minnesota Department of Human Services and the Lakeville School District, accusing them of bullying or retaliating against employees, students and parents by promoting what they call a racially divisive and demeaning ideology.

Doug Seaton, attorney for the plaintiffs, said at a state Capitol news conference that the three institutions are telling their employees and students that white people are oppressors who benefit from systemic racism and that Black people are oppressed by whites who are intrinsically racist whatever they do.

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

Josh Hawley to Introduce Legislation to Fight Against Critical Race Theory Classes

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Missouri Senator Josh Hawley will introduce new legislation Monday aiming to promote patriotism and fight against anti-American classes.

According to a press release, the new legislation dubbed the Love America Act would require all schools and school districts that receive federal funding to ensure students are able to read and recite America’s founding documents and bar federal funding from schools that teach those documents are the products of white supremacy or racism.

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

Nebraska Teachers Union Defends Critical Race Theory, Accuses Critics of Censorship

OMAHA — Leaders of national and Nebraska teachers unions are pushing back on critics of critical race theory and defending curriculum based on it.

They accuse opponents of trying to prevent teaching kids the truth about racism in America.

The National Education Association adopted a statement of support for CRT this month during its 2021 Representative Assembly, a nationwide virtual gathering of teachers that included more than 80 Nebraska representatives.

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

New York Woman Charged With Hate Crimes in 4 Anti-Asian Attacks

Authored by Isabel van Brugen via The Epoch Times

A 25-year-old black woman has been charged with hate crimes in connection to four separate, unprovoked attacks on people of Asian descent in Queens, New York.

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

One Deputy Killed and Another Wounded in California Hostage Standoff

One deputy was killed and another was wounded on Sunday following a hostage standoff in Wasco, California.

Law enforcement responded to calls of multiple shots fired inside a home in the area at around 1 p.m., Kern County Sheriff Lt. Joel Swanson said, according to the Los Angeles Times. Upon their arrival, a suspect opened fire, though no officers were struck in the first volley of gunfire.

Two hours later, a SWAT team attempted to make entry to the residence in an effort to free hostages, but the unidentified individual shot at them again, wounding two deputies. The injured policemen were transported to local hospitals, and one was in critical condition, according to Swanson.

Moments after arriving at the hospital, one of the injured deputies, who has been identified as Phillip Campas by the Kern County Detention Officers Association, was pronounced dead. The suspect, whose identity has not yet been revealed, was also wounded during the standoff and transported to a medical facility. At least one other individual was present in the house…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

QR Code Tracking Ushered in by Pandemic Saga, Likely Won’t Go Away When it’s Over

Inspired by a push for contactless transactions amid the pandemic, QR Codes started showing up in all kinds of businesses, from large pharmacy chains such as CVS, to your neighborhood restaurant. Even as the pandemic wanes, some businesses are not willing to stop using QR codes, considering the tracking benefits they provide, according to a report in the New York Times.

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

Rev. Jesse Jackson Among 39 Arrested During Sit-in Protest at Sinema’s Phoenix Office

More than 30 people, including Revs. Jesse Jackson and Dr. William J. Barber II, were arrested outside of the Phoenix office of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., during a sit-in demonstration.

On Monday,the Poor People’s Campaign led various rallies nationwide, in at least 27 states including Arizona, in an effort to stop the filibuster and “take the fight for democracy to the home offices of U.S. Senators.”

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

Soros Hands $1 Million to Group Attempting to Defund Police as Violent Crime Skyrockets Nationwide

Liberal mega-donor George Soros has directed $1 million to an activist group attempting to defund the police as violent crime surges in major urban centers across the nation.

Soros sent the million dollars via his Color Of Change PAC on May 14, according to Federal Election Commission files obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

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

Soros-Backed Proposal to Replace Minneapolis Police Force Approved for November Ballot

The Minneapolis City Council voted 12-1 on Friday to push a petition drive to replace Minneapolis’ police force with a department of public safety onto the November ballot.

The proposal asks voters if they want to approve a plan to replace the police department with a new public safety department focused on a “comprehensive public safety approach” that would include police officers “if necessary to fulfill the department’s responsibilities.”

A new political committee calling itself Yes 4 Minneapolis gathered 20,000 petition signatures to place a question on the ballot to amend the city’s charter. In February, The Reformer reported the group is fueled by a single $500,000 donation from progressive activist billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center, citing campaign finance documents.

The plan would eliminate the charter’s minimum number of police and remove the mayor’s “complete power” over the department.

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

Texas Democrats ‘P***ed’ At Biden for Not Meeting With Them, Beg Supporters for Care Packages From Home

The runaway Texas Democrats who fled to Washington in an attempt to shut down election integrity legislation are reportedly furious that President Joe Biden has not yet accepted the out-of-state group’s invitation to meet.

The Democrat lawmakers are “frustrated” with Biden who, so far, has not indicated that he feels it necessary to meet with them while they’re waiting out a special session in the Texas legislature, the Austin American-Statesmen reported.

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

Video: Biden Appears to Yell “My Butt’s Been Wiped” At a Reporter

As Joe Biden doddered up to a gaggle of reporters Sunday with all the grace of a reanimated corpse, he also seemed to yell “My butt’s been wiped” right into the face of one reporter who was shouting questions about immigration above the whirring of a helicopter.

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

Washington Protesters Descend on Cuban Embassy, Accuse Biden Team of Supporting Communism

A sea of pro-democracy supporters descended upon the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C., Monday afternoon to demand an end to the communist dictatorship that has isolated the island nation from the United States for most of the last 62 years.

The crowd, draped in Cuban flags and holding signs calling for freedom and liberty, chanted at the gates of the embassy on 16th Street, just blocks from the White House.

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

Watch: Fourth-Grade Student Told by Teacher Not to Share Info About ‘Equity Survey’ With Parents

Haylee Yasgar, a student in the fourth-grade in Sartell Minnesota’s public schools, go on “Fox and Friends” with her mother to talk about a clandestine ‘equity survey’ done by her school behind parents’ backs.

Haylee starts by describing her experience with the survey, which turns out to be alarmingly similar to other students’ experiences these days:

“I was in the survey, I was taking a few questions, and on the gender identification I got very confused and kind of nervous after a boy asked his mom after the teacher explained it, that we could not tell our parents anything. This just made me very nervous and uncomfortable.”

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

Watch: St. Louis Issues Universal Mask Mandate Even for Vaccinated People — AG Will Sue

St. Louis has come up with a new mask mandate plan for all people over the ages of five to wear face masks when indoors. But Missouri’s Attorney General intends to file a lawsuit against the mandate.

Speaking to Fox News on Sunday, Schmitt said that the mask mandate is “completely ridiculous.”

He said that the city “is dealing with a raging violent crime crisis. There’s a 50 year high in murders last year. You’ve got a local prosecutor who doesn’t show up to court—literally doesn’t show up to court— and individuals who have been charged with murder have been released recently.”

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

Watch: Larry Elder Slams Critical Race Theory as ‘Narrative That Pits Blacks Against Whites’

In a campaign video posted to social media over the weekend, conservative radio host Larry Elder, a favored candidate for California governor, slammed critical race theory and discussed the real problems in the black community.

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

‘We Won’t be Coming’: Washington State Police Reform Goes Into Effect, Law Enforcement Warns of Consequences

Washington state legislators passed a series of new police reform bills that went into effect on Sunday, the most noteworthy being HB 1310 where law enforcement officers can only make arrests on the grounds of “probable cause” instead of “reasonable suspicion,” giving a green light for criminals to commit crimes without being held accountable.

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

12 Arrested at Climate Protest That Blocked Burrard Bridge

VANCOUVER — A dozen climate activists were arrested for blocking the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver Saturday afternoon.

The Vancouver Police Department said in a news release that around 3 p.m., approximately 40 protesters began blocking the intersection of Burrard Street and Cornwall Avenue on the south side of the bridge.

“VPD negotiators warned the group several times that they would be arrested if they continued to block access to the bridge,” said VPD spokesperson Const. Tania Visintin in the release

The protesters were from the group Extinction Rebellion, which issued its own news release in advance of the demonstration.

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

16 More Arrested at Fairy Creek Anti-Logging Protests

LAKE COWICHAN, B.C. — The Mounties in British Columbia say protesters breaching an injunction against blockades set up to prevent old-growth logging on southern Vancouver Island cut 18 trees.

In a news release late Saturday, police say RCMP Chief Supt. John Brewer found the trees had been cut with chainsaws and laid across a road to block vehicle access.

It says one person was also found to be smoking a cigarette surrounded by dry and tinder forest

The Fairy Creek Watershed area protesters known as the Rainforest Flying Squad did not immediately return request for comment.

The RCMP also say 16 people were arrested, including one for allegedly assaulting a police officer, bringing the total number of people to 494.

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

Church in New Westminster, BC Vandalized With Graffiti

Following the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential schools throughout Canada this year, churches have been the targets of petty attacks, vandalization, and even arson. On Sunday, yet another house of worship was attacked, this time in new Westminster, BC.

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

Calais MP: British Millions Given to France to Stop Migrants ‘Going to Waste’, Boats Won’t be Stopped

Calais MP Pierre-Henri Dumont has said the tens of millions of pounds the British government is sending to France to stop the Channel migrant crisis is “going to waste” because the French do not and, he claims, cannot stop the boats.

“The fact is that we cannot stop everyone from crossing because there are just too many people and the coastline is too big. So [the British people] are giving more money from their own taxes that’s going to waste,” Dumont said, with remarkable candour — although whether it is really impossible to expect that 21st-century France should be capable stopping thousands of illegal migrants from roaming its coastline and launching boats to Britain is an open question.

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

Conservative German Politician Defends Hungary in Opinion Piece

The former Bavarian minister and mainstay of Germany’s conservative Christian-Social Union came to the defense of Hungary, which he says is being unjustly punished for its support of traditional values.

Gauweiler came to international fame in 2005, when he went public with his criticism that there was no reference to God in the draft European Constitution in 2005, and at his request Germany was forced to halt the ratification process.

In its petition related to the Lisbon Treaty, the German Constitutional Court highlighted the constitutional identity of the member states, thus winning a serious battle against the centralizing forces in Brussels.

In his article in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Gauweiler mentions the volatile policy of Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder. Söder, who is now politicizing with rainbow symbols, is the same Söder who back in 2018 spearheaded the movement to make it mandatory to place the Christian crucifix in Bavarian offices. Notably, Gauweiler criticizes the moralizing intentions of the German public and leading politicians, while accusing them of hypocrisy.

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

Corruption Scandal Erupts Around Hungarian Far-Left MEP

It has been reported that Hungarian European Parliament MEP Katalin Cseh’s former company, Pannonia Press (Pannónia Nyomda Kft.), has been embroiled in a series of suspicious procurement competitions. Most of these activities have involved European Union projects, but the company, or the ones suspected of forming a cartel with Pannonia Press, have also won a number of significant Hungarian public procurement competitions worth hundreds of millions of forints. In all, Cseh’s company, its sister endeavors, and the ones it is suspected to have colluded with have netted over 15 million Euros since 2013.

Cseh is an MEP for the Hungarian radical leftist movement Momentum that are relentlessly campaigning against the government of Viktor Orban and calling for its punishment whenever it tries to resist EU plans to support mass migration and projects like LGBTQ propaganda. There have often been calls by Momentum for investigation against Hungary in connection with the alleged misuse of European development funds. However, if reports turn out to be correct, Momentum’s own MEP may find herself under the spotlight for collusion and the misuse of European and Hungarian public funds.

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

France Honors Catholic Priest Martyred by Islamic Terrorists

ROME — The Catholic Church and the French state commemorated Monday the fifth anniversary of the martyrdom of Father Jacques Hamel, whose throat was slit by two jihadists while he celebrated Mass on this day in 2016.

On Monday morning, the archbishop of Rouen, Dominique Lebrun, celebrated a special Mass in homage to the priest, who has been called “Europe’s first 21st-century martyr,” at the site of the assassination, the parish church of Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, in Normandy.

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

French Parliament Approves Restaurant Coivd Pass and Vaccine Rules Despite Protests

France’s parliament approved a law early Monday requiring special virus passes for all restaurants and domestic travel and mandating coronavirus vaccinations for all health workers.

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

Government Adviser Who Warned of 200,000 COVID Cases a Day Faces Scrutiny After Dramatic Fall in UK Infections

Professor Neil Ferguson, the controversial epidemiologist who predicted there would be as many as 200,000 COVID cases a day in the UK if restrictions were lifted, is facing scrutiny after infections continued to drop for the 6th day in a row.

The day before so-called ‘freedom day’ in England, where most mask mandates and social distancing restrictions were lifted, Ferguson was asked by the BBC’s Andrew Marr where the country was heading as a result.

“It’s very difficult to say for certain, but I think 100,000 cases a day is almost inevitable,” said Ferguson, adding, “The real question is do we get to double that or higher? We could get to 200,000 cases a day.”

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

Nanny State Britain: Boris Johnson to Introduce Junk Food Credit Score App

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to launch a communist China-style social credit score app that will reward families based on government-approved choices at the grocery store.

The supposedly Conservative government will launch an app by the end of the year to monitor the supermarket spending habits of families in the UK. Those who choose “healthier” options such as fruits and vegetables or engage in exercise will be rewarded with “loyalty points” in the app, which will translate into discounts and other incentives.

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People Who Don’t Live Together Will be Banned From Sleeping Together Overnight in Spain’s Murcia

People wo don’t live together are banned from overnight ‘hookup’ under a new ‘soft’ COVID-19 curfew announced by the Murcia government.

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

Polish Art Market is Breaking Records Despite Global Drop in Art Turnover

According to the latest report by international art fair organizer Art Basel, the value of the global art market dropped by 22 percent in 2020. The world’s three largest art markets — the United States, the United Kingdom, and China — felt this decrease the most, as they have an 82 percent share in the world’s art sales.

In the same period, according to portal Artinfo.pl, the Polish art market grew by 29 percent. Its true boom, however, is taking place in 2021.

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Slovakia Approves an Amendment Favoring Those Vaccinated

The Slovak parliament approved an amendment to the law that will favor vaccinated people if the epidemic worsens. However, the advantages will be smaller than originally intended by Minister of Health Vladimir Lengvarský.

On Sunday, 77 of the 135 deputies present supported the law, while 55 legislators voted against the norm.

The amendment allows the regional public health office to order a temporary conditional entry to mass events in the case of a threat to public health. People will prove themselves healthy by a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, a negative test, or a confirmation of having already had the disease. The amendment must be signed by President Zuzana Caputova and will take effect after its publication in the Collection of Laws.

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Spain: Valencia Government Calls for Maximum Caution as New Restrictions Come Into Force

President of Valencia’s regional government, Ximo Puig, has again called for maximum caution to control a fifth wave of the pandemic and warned that “this is about co-responsibility, there can not be a policeman behind every individual”, as a number of new restrictions come into force.

From today, Monday, July 26 until at least August 16, social and family gatherings are restricted to a maximum of 10 people and capacity at sporting and other events is limited to 50 per cent across the whole region, with 1am to 6am curfews in 77 municipalities, including 18 in Alicante province.

A major problem facing police is the continued gathering of young people drinking in the street and on beaches, known as botellones, an issue which Puig assures “there are sufficient police to deal with”, while stressing, however, that this shouldn’t need to be the case.

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Spain: Fines of Up to €5000 for Those Taking Part in Mallorca Bottle Parties

THE Balearic Government introduces fines of up to €5000 for those taking part in Mallorca bottle parties.

With a ban on meetings between non-cohabitants coming in to force at 1am on the morning of Sunday July 25, an estimated thousand young people, many of them tourists, congregated in the Platja de Palma but they were soon dispersed by a joint force comprising National and Local police officers.

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Spain: 1,000 Tourists Party in Playa De Palma!

An illegal drinking party in Playa de Palma with more than a thousand tourists was broken up by Police in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The partygoers, who were mostly Germans in their 20’s, were on benches near Linos bar, with music blaring from portable speakers and chanting Viva Suiza, in German. They are all facing fines of at least 1,000 euros.

Police and security forces on foot, on motorbikes, in cars and vans cleared the touristsfrom the first line of the promenade within 10 minutes and a rubbish truck collected the waste that they left behind.

Taxi driver, Toni Oliver witnessed the scene in Playa de Palma.

“This is crazy,” he said. “I don’t like seeing this happening at all, but I have to make money and tourists are the ones who put food on my table.”

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Three Czech Spa Towns Included on the UNESCO List

Eleven spa towns in Europe — including Karlovy Vary, Marianské Lazne, and Frantiskovy Lazne in Czechia — have been included on the World Heritage List. The intergovernmental World Heritage Committee decided this on Saturday at its 44th session in Fuzhou, China.

In addition to the triangle of spa towns in the west of Czechia, eight other spa towns have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List — Baden-Baden, Bad Ems, and Bad Kissingen in Germany, Spa in Belgium, Vichy in France, Montecatini Terme in Italy, Baden near Vienna in Austria, and City of Bath in England.

All eleven spa towns together represent one item on the World Heritage List. The number of places that the Czech Republic has on this list has now increased to 15.

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Tusk’s Goal is to Paralyze the Polish State

Rafal Ziemkiewicz spoke in Republika TV about the latest developments in Polish politics concerning the shift in the Civic Platform’s (PO) strategy due to Donald Tusk’s return as the party’s leader.

Ziemkiewicz believes that Tusk’s recent speech in Gdansk showed his party’s plans for the near future: since PO is too weak to defeat PiS, it will try to destabilize the Polish states by any means necessary.

“That was a pathetic speech which recycled everything that other PO leaders have been saying for years. I have no idea why they are convinced that, when Donald Tusk repeats the same things that haven’t worked for the last six years, it will suddenly be successful,” he said.

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UK: Claim: Woman Preacher in Charlie Hebdo Shirt Stabbed at London’s Speakers’ Corner

A female Christian preacher who was wearing a Charlie Hebdo shirt was allegedly stabbed in London’s Speakers’ Corner on Saturday afternoon.

The woman, who is claimed to be a Christian preacher and prominent critic of Islam, Hatum Tash, was filmed being stabbed repeatedly by a hooded man.

The evangelical preacher is a member of Defend Christ, Critique Islam (DCCI) Ministries which “seeks to preach the Gospel to Muslims using apologetics and polemics.”

According to their website, DCCI states that their “motivation is a love for Muslims to bring them to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ in order to attain eternal life.”

For her strident critiques of Islam, including showing textual differences between different Qurans, Tash has become a controversial figure, with some Muslim activists even calling for her to be banned from Speakers’ Corner…

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UK: Disillusioned Journalists Form Alliance Against Censorship of Alternative Coronavirus Viewpoints

A group of 26 journalists has come together to object to the COVID-19 “fearmongering” and the censorship of alternative views by mainstream media and Big Tech platforms since the beginning of the pandemic.

According to the group, the result of the fearmongering and censorship has been the public receiving a “distorted view of the truth.”

The group calls itself “Holding the Line: Journalists Against COVID Censorship.”

It comprises mostly UK-based journalists working at newspapers, broadcasters, and PR companies as staffers or freelancers.

The members were interviewed by Press Gazette, with most preferring to remain anonymous for fear of retribution from their employers.

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UK: Labour Councillor Ridiculed for Bragging About Wearing a Mask on an Empty Train

A Labour Councillor faced ridicule after she bragged on Twitter about wearing a face mask on an empty train.

Not all heroes wear capes.

“Going to keep wearing my mask on public transport. Even when it’s just me on the tube,” tweeted Alice Perry.

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UK: Paralympian ‘Glued Himself to Plane as Part of Extinction Rebellion Protest’

A former Paralympic athlete who superglued himself to the roof of a British Airways plane destined for Amsterdam at London City Airport caused disruption costing the firm £40,000, a court has heard.

Extinction Rebellion activist James Brown, 56, who is registered blind, managed to scale the plane on the morning of October 10 2019 to stage a protest against flying.

The double gold medallist, from Exeter, glued his right hand to the plane before wedging his mobile phone in the door to prevent it from closing, Southwark Crown Court heard.

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UK: Survey Finds Most Brits Still Wearing Face Masks Despite No Legal Requirement

A new survey has found that Brits in most age groups are still wearing face masks at the same rate after July 19 despite there being no legal requirement to do so.

A YouGov polls finds that only people in the youngest age group, 18-24-year-olds, have significantly reduced the wearing of a face covering since ‘freedom day’, when all restrictions were supposedly lifted.

People aged 65+ actually increased usage of wearing face masks (83%) after the legal requirement was dropped while those aged 50-64 and 25-49 used them at roughly the same rate.

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UK: Unvaccinated Students Will Not be Able to Attend Lectures Under Government Plans

The UK Government is considering banning students who have not been fully vaccinated with two shots from attending lectures in person, effectively denying them their education for not taking the vaccine, according to reports.

The London Times reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is reportedly “raging” at the fact that young people are not taking the vaccine en mass, is preparing to force students to get the shots in return for unfettered access to their lectures.

Students would also face compulsory vaccinations if they want to live in halls of residence, according to the report.

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UK: Vaccines Passports and Health Social Credit Score a ‘Slippery Slope’ To Tyranny, Says Baker

Lockdown sceptic Conservative MP Steve Baker has warned that threatening to ban unvaccinated young people from university and other recent Big Government proposals was a “slippery slope” to tyranny.

Reports have claimed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is considering mandated vaccinations for all university students if they want to live in on-campus accommodation or attend lectures.

Mr Baker also criticised alleged government proposals to launch a communist China-style social credit store app that will reward Britons on what food they buy and how much exercise they take.

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Bangladesh Faces Widespread Online Censorship in the Wake of Protests

Amnesty International has called on Bangladesh to stop the crackdown on people’s freedom of expression on online platforms. The government and powerful individuals have been using a draconian law introduced in October 2018 to criminalize free speech and as a tool for repression.

“Bangladeshi authorities must end the crackdown on people’s right to freedom of expression online and urgently repeal the draconian Digital Security Act (DSA) unless it can be amended in compliance with international human rights law and standards,” reads a statement released on Monday by Amnesty International.

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India: Man Converted in ‘Reverse Love Jihad’ Engaged in Jihadi With a Plan to Kill Kaffirs

One Udayakumar fell in ‘reverse love jihad’ with a Muslim girl and converted to Islam with his new name Yousuf Aslam and ultimately joined Jammat to materialize Jihad with his other Muslim friends…

B Upendran | HENB | Chinnamanur | July 25, 2021:: Sleuths from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) interrogated a 31-year-old Muslim man running a biryani and a mobile phone shop in Chinnamanur in Theni district of Indian state Tamil Nadu for over five hours on Saturday.

According to a reliable source, the NIA team visited the house of the man identified as Yousuf Aslam. He lived with his wife and was allegedly creating religious conflicts through social media including terror funding. The source said that Yousuf hailed from Madurai and his orginal name was Udayakumar. He fell in love with a Muslim girl and had converted to Islam after marriage and started his Jihadi activities.

Derived from the source, Udayakumar fell in a ‘reverse love jihad’ tangle with a Muslim girl and converted to Islam with his new name Yousuf Aslam and ultimately joined Jammat to materialize Jihad. The Muslim girl who hatched the conspiracy to grab Udaykumar to convert as Yousuf Aslam in a ‘reverse love jihad’ was also an activist of a women Islamic welfare group as reported…

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India: Cops Bust Illegal Parties at 2 Clubs in Midnight Raids in Undri and Konhwa

Pune: Four persons, including the owners and managers of clubs, were booked while 30-40 partygoers

were issued notices when police busted at least two illegal parties following midnight raids on clubs in the Undri and Konhwa areas on Sunday.

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Canadians Now See China as a Far Greater Threat Than Russia or North Korea: Report

The Canadian public see China as a greater threat than either Russia or North Korea, according to the recent “Attitudes To The Canadian Security Intelligence Service,” reports Blacklock’s Reporter.

The majority of Canadians see China as the biggest threat, at 58 percent. This was followed by Russia at 18 percent, North Korea at 10 percent, and Syria at four percent.

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French Intelligence Warned Obama State Department About Wuhan Lab in 2015: Former US Official

In 2015, French intelligence officials warned the Obama State Department that China was ‘cutting back on agreed collaboration at the lab’ — which France helped to build with the understanding that the two nations would work together.

By 2017, France had been ‘kicked out’ of the lab, and cooperation had ceased, leading French officials to once again warn the US State Department of ‘grave concerns’ as to Chinese motivations, former State official David Asher told the Daily Caller.

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Video: Rand Paul Slams Fauci for Not Answering Questions; It Was “Ad Hominem Attack With Him Simply Calling Names”

The feud between Senator Rand Paul and Anthony Fauci continues to evolve, with Paul slamming Fauci this weekend for refusing to actually answer any questions in Congress last week regarding his ties to the Wuhan lab, and instead responding with “an ad hominem attack.”

“I think he has self-interest in not being attached to this research, because more and more of the evidence is pointing towards the virus having come out of that lab, if it did, you can see how moral responsibility or culpability attaches to Dr. Fauci because he had the poor judgment to fund this lab,” Paul said during an appearance on WBKO.

Paul continued, “There are reports that the Chinese military has actually been working on weaponizing viruses. So I think it was a poor judgment. Even as much as a month ago, Dr. Fauci was asking the Judiciary Committee whether he still trusted the scientists and the Chinese scientists. And he says, Oh, of course.”

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Lockdown House Party Leads to Five Arrests at Adelaide Address Amid COVID-19 Restrictions

Five people have been arrested and a further eight have been fined over an alleged illegal gathering at Lightsview, in Adelaide’s north-east.

Police were called to the Waterford Circuit property at about 11:30pm on Sunday night, and said they found a gathering in breach of lockdown directions.

The lockdown is set to end on Tuesday night.

Police said they had also been called to the property on Wednesday and Saturday over similar reports, with one person arrested each time.

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Lockdown: People Ordered to Stay Off Balconies, Tape Doors Shut in Australia Region

National Rugby League (NRL) players and their families have been banned from their balconies and ordered to tape them shut to stop Covid in parts of Queensland, Australia.

Australian health officials imposed the draconian measures on NRL families in quarantine hubs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast after photographers took pictures of residents passing items such as ice lollies and marshmallows to each other from their balconies.

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20 Countries and U.S. Condemn Mass Arrests in Cuba Following Protests

The foreign ministers of the United States and 20 other countries on Monday condemned mass arrests in Cuba and called for full restoration of Internet access in the island nation that has recently been rocked by political unrest.

The joint statement was issued by the governments of Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Guatemala, Greece, Honduras, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Republic of Korea, and Ukraine, alongside the United States.

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46 Migrants Rescued, Brought to Malta

A group of 46 migrants has been rescued by an AFM patrol craft and brought to Malta, the Home Affairs Ministry has confirmed.

The migrants were picked up earlier on Monday in Malta’s search and rescue area after being deemed to be in distress.

A baby was among them, eyewitnesses said.

This was the second group of migrants to be brought to Malta since another group of 78 on July 14.

Three dead migrants had also been found with that group.

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Austria Sends 400 Troops to the Border Due to Illegal Migration

Despite the fences on the south-eastern border of Hungary, thousands of migrants continue to pass through its territory to neighboring Austria. This year alone, 15,000 migrants were detained on the Hungarian-Austrian border. The alarming situation forced the federal government to send another 400 troops to the border, Austrian Interior Minister Karl Nehammer and Defense Minister Klaudia Tanner announced on Saturday.

“The European asylum system has failed. We need to ensure that the welfare state does not collapse,” said Interior Minister Nehammer, stressing that the situation is serious.

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France Says UK Can’t Turn Around Migrant Dinghies as 2,000 Would-be Refugees Gather on Far Side of the Channel Preparing to Make the Deadly Crossing

Britain has made a dramatic offer to pick up and return migrant boats in the Channel that resist French intervention, it emerged last night as roughly 2,000 migrants gathered by the Channel.

The UK’s offer — made as a result of growing exasperation with the crisis in the Channel — has been rebuffed by France.

Amid record numbers of crossings, it is understood that UK officials have been left hugely frustrated at the inability to intercept migrants at sea and turn them around.

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Greek Community Demands Closure of Migrant Facility After Repeated Acts of Theft, Vandalism, And Arson

Greek residents of a small community located about 40 kilometers from Athens are demanding the immediate closure of a migrant facility, following repeated acts of theft, public vandalism, arson, and attacks on churches and local property.

In a letter addressed to Sofia Voultepsi, the Deputy Minister of Migration and Asylum, residents of the village of Malakasa in the municipality of Oropos have called the country’s ruling government to immediately shut down the migrant facility and relocate its 3,000 guests elsewhere, the center-left newspaper Ethnos reports.

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Migration ‘Drives 90% of Population Rise’: Rise in Numbers in Recent Years Was Driven by Immigrants and UK-Born Offspring, Analysis Suggests

Some 90 per cent of population growth in recent years has been driven by immigrants and their UK-born offspring, analysis suggests.

Over the past 20 years they have added around seven million to the British population, the report from the Migration Watch UK think-tank said.

The overall number who were born abroad — and who are therefore recognised by statisticians as immigrants — has risen to around nine million, it found.

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Spain: Another Influx of Migrants Over the Weekend Forces Re-Opening of Quarantine Hotel in Moratalla

The temporary accomodation for quarantining migrants at the Hotel Cenajo in the northwest of the Region of Murcia has been reopened following the latest influx of illegal migrants to the Costa Calida.

The hotel was first offered as a quarantine centre back in 2020 for people who had shared a boat with someone who tested positive for coronavirus, but it was emptied a few months ago when the arrival of migrants slowed. However, the regional media has reported that as of Saturday, July 24 around 30 migrants are currently being housed in the complex.

In recent years, the numbers of irregular migrants arriving on the Murcian coast have swelled, and authorities attribute the mild weather and calm seas of late to the most recent upsurge. The majority of migrants arriving in Murcia come from Algeria, and pay thousands of euro to organised criminal gangs to arrange their passage.

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Swedes Afraid of Rise in Migrant Crime

Once again, children were hit in Sweden by criminal gangs shooting at each other in broad daylight. The Social Democratic government is trying to curb organized crime by preventing and tightening penalties. Crime indicators are becoming increasingly worrying in the Scandinavian country, and the situation of police officers needs to be addressed.

On July 17, a five-year-old girl and a six-year-old boy were accidentally shot by gang members attacking each other in a southern suburb of Stockholm called Flemingsberg. Fortunately, the two children survived, but what happened shook the public. EU Observer recalled that although crime rates are generally low in Sweden, clashes between gangs are still a growing concern, with innocent passers-by also falling victim to the fighting.

Last year, a 12-year-old girl was the victim of a shooting on the outskirts of Stockholm; three people have just been charged in recent days.

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UK: Almost 600 Migrant Channel Crossings at Weekend

The home secretary pledged her “unwavering determination” to stop migrants crossing the English channel after nearly 600 people were intercepted over the weekend.

On Sunday, 378 migrants crossed the Channel on 12 boats and the French are understood to have stopped 178 people in five interceptions.

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LSU Ignored Bias Complaint of Sorority Student Kicked Out Over TikTok Video

Louisiana State University (LSU) ignored a bias complaint filed by a student who was kicked out of her sorority over a TikTok video. The school has said it will look into the matter after The College Fix reached out.

In April this year, Alpha Phi (an independent sorority) chapter at LSU, kicked out Emily Hines after she posted a TikTok video mocking Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine for her trans identity. The seven-second video featured the song “More Than a Woman” by The Bee Gees. Hines pointed down to a picture of Levine as she danced to the song.

Hines was removed from the sorority, despite its policies that claim it does not side with any political views.

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15 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/26/2021

  1. “Slovakia Approves an Amendment Favoring Those Vaccinated” they always had fascist tendencies, it’s not really a surprise.

    • Recently the link came across:
      https://vk.com/wall-41312809_614289

      Thailand. More than 1,000 people infected with Covid-19 have been found in a vaccinated poultry farm.

      … On Friday, health workers tested more than 3,000 workers for Covid-19 and more than 1,000 tested positive, the governor said.
      More than 64% of them received Covid-19 injections. The source said 3000 of them were fully vaccinated, while 1500 received their first vaccinations.

      Some Thai media reported that workers received the Sinopharm vaccine, which the company bought for them. All of them had severe symptoms.

  2. The village of Malakasa is north and very near Athens.Is very green and beautiful and in the winter the first snow falls there.
    Very many of us used to visit the place very often for lunch and for our kids to play in the open spaces without any fear.
    The last three or four years is full of immigrants and we do not visit the village any more.
    Because of this influx of Afroasian killers we do not travel a lot in the country (not only because of the restrictions for Covid)we are scared of meeting them out in the woods or seaside.
    They attack us and they destroy our churches which are very many out in the open country.
    Our life is not what it used to be in this beautiful country .
    On top of that our government is not a democratic one,it is like living under Soviet.We are very unhappy.

    • It’s called “a popular rising of the people”. Planned, prepared and most important of all – carried out with a vengeance. Except of course when it’s the Muslim version. It’s approved by the clique.

    • Well ! Quit whining about it, and get your friends together and start doing something about it. When these sub human 3rd worlders start fearing you, they will leave.

      • After looking at the map provided by Google Earth I see that Malakasa is surrounded by forests.

        IRONY/SARC ON
        Why dont you and the other citizens stop being racists and organize groups where you show those New-Greeks the beauty of forests.

        Maybe you should read first about how the Vietnamese prepared their forests for US G.I.`s during the Vietnam war. (According to many internet sites the so-called punji-stick-trap was a favourite of the GI`s, closely followed by the Grenade-with-a-line-to-set-off. On the other side the Claymore-is-your-friend was the undisputed favourite of the VC and the NVA.)

        And maybe you should aquaintance yourself with a Mr Pinochet, whose “Show them the beauty of the Ocean in a one-way-trip” was a bestseller in Chile. I know, forest – ocean, the difference. Just a minor modification and you see, you will get favourite reviews.
        IRONY/SARC OFF

  3. There is one thing I do not understand about those illegal lockdown-violating drinking parties or the parties that take place in Iran with forbidden alcohol etc.

    During Prohibition (USA) or Nazi occupation the people were able to make gatherings without Police or Gestapo interference, either by paying them off or misdirection.

    Why arent the COVID party goers / iranian party people doing the same?

  4. Google skew.

    Just out or interest I asked Google for “Easy Guide to Sharia Law”.
    It DOES NOT APPEAR in 20 pages.
    All the early pages are occupied by Islamic propaganda.
    Maybe the algorithm has been told to exclude GoV.

    In same request on DuckDuckGo it was the FIRST ITEM (after the advertisements for Amazon and eBay).

    A lesson for all.

  5. The Philthydelphia brawl was caused by white male capitalist imperialism.
    All unvaxxed comrades of the glorious people’s collective unity will wear a triangle with a U in it for unvaccinated. (h/t-The Bracken)
    These deplorable kulak bitter clinger untermenschen scum will not be allowed to participate in the unity.
    Forward! To Wokekanda, yes we can!

  6. These subhumans have all the help they need from the system.
    When we try to demonstrate the system uses groups of anarchists(communists thugs i believe) and tear gas against us.
    Our gov will better punish us than them.
    I think that our problem is the lack of a leader to organize the people.

    There is also something else.
    We the Greeks must all be vaccinated but the illegals and the Gypsies if they want to.
    I am not vaccinated along with my husband and our lives has become a bit difficult.
    My hope is a war with Turkey,then we will have an opportunity to get rid of all of them.

    • Hope ain’t much of a plan, action always is the step in the right direction. Start dealing with those bloody savages yourselves, you don’t need government to do everything for you do you? Or do you need people with certain skill sets to hold your hand and tell you what and how to do things?

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