Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/22/2021

A Swiss scientist has warned that a super-variant of COVID-19 that combines existing strains may appear, requiring additional vaccinations. Meanwhile members of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Frontline, including Nancy Pelosi, met in California without wearing masks, in violation of the new mask mandate.

In other news, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered five commercial airlines to act as part of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet, and contribute eighteen airliners to help evacuate people from Afghanistan.

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USA
» Democrat Lawmakers Including Pelosi Spotted Partying Unmasked at Napa Valley Fundraiser
» Facebook Suppressed Report Showing Vaccinated Doctor Death Was Most Viewed Story in Q1
» Florida School Districts Now Have One Day to Drop Mask Mandates or DeSantis Will Strip Funding
» Latest Mask Mandate Protest in Lowcountry Draws Nearly Three Dozen People
» Mississippi Health Official Threatens to Jail COVID-19 Patients Who Don’t Quarantine
» Patagonia Boycotts Ski Resort After Owner Hosts GOP Fundraiser Featuring Marjorie Taylor Greene
» Portland Police Chief Says Officers Won’t Intervene to Protect Residents From Antifa Rioters
» San Francisco Mandates Vaccination Passports for Adults and Children Over 12
» Seattle Cancels Public Events Due to Danger From Homeless Encampments
 
Canada
» British Columbia to Ban Unvaccinated People From Non-Essential Businesses
» Facebook Suspends Canadian Political Candidate Marc Emery During Campaign Season
 
Europe and the EU
» Czechia Has the Best Base for Production in Europe: Study
» ‘Enough is Enough’ — Queen Getting ‘Lawyered Up’ Against Harry and Meghan: Report
» Pope Francis: Vaccination is an Act of Love
» Swiss Scientist Warns of Possible COVID ‘Super Strain’
» UK: Extinction Rebellion Gears Up for Two Weeks of Climate Protests Across London
 
Russia
» Russia Orders Apple and Google to Ban App of Putin’s Biggest Rival, Alexei Navalny
 
South Asia
» An American Woman Who’s Trapped in Afghanistan Made a Tearful Call to GOP Congresswoman: ‘Please Help Me’
» Biden Defends Afghanistan Withdrawal: ‘This Was the Logical, Rational, And Right Decision to Make’
» Breaking: YouTube Kills Conservative Commentator’s Live Stream for Discussing History of Afghanistan
» Defense Secretary Orders Commercial Airlines to Aid Evacuations From Afghanistan
» Former British PM Blair Slams US Afghanistan Pullout as ‘Imbecilic’
» German National Shot Attempting to Reach Kabul Airport
» Polish Soldiers Have Landed in Kabul to Help Evacuation Effort
» Thailand: COVID-19 Violating Gathering of 23 Students and Teachers Busted
» Uncertainty, Distress for Afghan Cricketers After Taliban Takeover
» US Directs Airlines to Aid Afghan Evacuation
 
Far East
» China Changes Law to Allow Married Couples to Have Three Kids
» Chinese Authorities Paying Citizens to Spy on Neighbors, Report ‘Illegal’ Christian Activities
 
Australia — Pacific
» More Than $100,000 in Fines to be Issued After Two Illegal Gatherings in Warrnambool
 
Immigration
» Using Migration to Coerce the EU is Unacceptable, States Czech Interior Minister
» Vladimir Putin Says He’s Not Allowing Afghan Refugees Into Russia
» Woman Angry That Swedish Government Paid Tens of Thousands to Migrant Who Raped Her
 
Culture Wars
» Apple, Google, and Samsung Move to Normalize Vaccine Passports With Wallet Function
» Modern Mathematics Confronts Its White, Patriarchal Past
 

Democrat Lawmakers Including Pelosi Spotted Partying Unmasked at Napa Valley Fundraiser

As mask mandates have been reinstituted across the United States to stop the spread of the Delta variant, Democrat lawmakers gathered for a fundraiser breakfast in Napa Valley, California, all of which appeared to be unmasked.

The breakfast was held on Sunday morning in Napa Valley, California, to benefit Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Frontline members.

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

Facebook Suppressed Report Showing Vaccinated Doctor Death Was Most Viewed Story in Q1

On Wednesday, August 18, for the first time, Facebook released a report on the content most viewed by users in the US for the last quarter. However, according to The New York Times, the company buried a similar report for the first quarter of 2021 because it would have resulted in a public relations crisis.

The report for the first quarter of 2021, obtained by the NYT (and that Facebook has now released) said that the most-viewed link was a headline that promoted vaccine hesitancy, something the company has been criticized for by the media for not censoring enough.

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

Florida School Districts Now Have One Day to Drop Mask Mandates or DeSantis Will Strip Funding

Earlier this year, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis banned mask mandates for schools. Still, some school districts sought to openly flaunt the rule of law by instituting their own mask mandates, provoking DeSantis to take action on Friday and give them 48 hours to rescind their mask mandates or face being stripped of funding. Now, the school districts have just over one day to respond.

On Friday, DeSantis gave the first two school districts flaunting the rule of law 48 hours to reverse course and drop their controversial mask mandates. Now, almost a day later, these schools have continued to defy the Florida governor and have just over one day to stop breaking the law. At present, it appears these school districts have yet to comply.

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

Latest Mask Mandate Protest in Lowcountry Draws Nearly Three Dozen People

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCSC) — Protesters rallied on the bridge over Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant Saturday evening in the latest protest across the Lowcountry over mask and vaccine mandates.

The protests come days after the Charleston County School Board voted to implement a mask mandate less than two days before classes began. The city of Charleston and Charleston County have also re-implemented mask mandates in government buildings, citing the latest rise in COVID-19 cases.

Despite the rain and thunderstorms, Saturday’s protest drew around three dozen people, some wearing Proud Boys clothing.

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

Mississippi Health Official Threatens to Jail COVID-19 Patients Who Don’t Quarantine

On Friday, the Mississippi State Health Officer, Dr. Thomas Dobbs, issued an “isolation order” for residents diagnosed with COVID-19 who refuse to self-isolate.

“All persons residing in Mississippi must immediately home-isolate on first knowledge of infection with COVID-19,” states the order. Specifically, COVID-19 patients who are not hospitalized are required to stay home or at another “appropriate residential location” for a minimum of 10 days, and have no contact with other people during that time.

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

Patagonia Boycotts Ski Resort After Owner Hosts GOP Fundraiser Featuring Marjorie Taylor Greene

Patagonia, the iconic sportswear brand, is no longer supplying the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming, after the GOP House Freedom Caucus hosted a fundraiser there. According to Axios, Patagonia feels the event did not align with the corporation’s values.

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

Portland Police Chief Says Officers Won’t Intervene to Protect Residents From Antifa Rioters

Portland Police Bureau Chief Chuck Lovell signaled ahead of Antifa’s announced direct action Sunday that local law enforcement won’t intervene to protect residents from the riotous activity expected to take place.

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

San Francisco Mandates Vaccination Passports for Adults and Children Over 12

On Friday, San Francisco became the first major city in the US to mandate vaccine passports to prove double vaccination against COVID-19 for indoor venues such as restaurants and gyms. The city’s mandate is stricter than mandates implemented in other cities such as New York.

San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed announced the mandate a week ago, which she says is in an effort to combat the rise in cases due to the Delta variant. Cases have been rising despite 80% of the city’s population having been inoculated.

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

Seattle Cancels Public Events Due to Danger From Homeless Encampments

A youth cross country team is the latest program affected due to the city of Seattle abdicating control of local parks to homeless campers.

Every year, thousands of runners from seven-year-olds through masters’ level races use the city park for training and competition.

According to KOMO News, “The city has denied permits for leagues to host meets at Lower Woodland, on the south end of Green Lake, and the ban will likely last the season.”

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

British Columbia to Ban Unvaccinated People From Non-Essential Businesses

The BC NDP government is reportedly preparing to announce vaccine passports for all residents of the province. According to Global News reporter Richard Zussman, the BC government plans to announce Monday that those eligible who are unvaccinated will not be able to access non-essential businesses.

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

Facebook Suspends Canadian Political Candidate Marc Emery During Campaign Season

A Canadian candidate for political office who is currently running for a seat in parliament has been suspended by Facebook, most likely for posts critical of the country’s COVID policy.

Facebook cited five posts published over the past year as the reason, and one of them, Marc Emery took aim at what he called “the evil Covid dictatorship.”

The ban — which will last as long as his campaign and thus cut him off from communicating with his potential voters on the world’s largest social media site — came because Facebook found the posts to violate its community standards on “hate speech.”

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

Czechia Has the Best Base for Production in Europe: Study

As in previous years, the Czech Republic has the most favorable conditions among European countries for expanding production. According to the study conducted by Cushman & Wakefield real estate consulting company, Czechia ranks fifth in the world after China, India, the US, and Canada. Last year, the Czech Republic was fourth.

According to the study, Czechia performs well in all criteria, including operating costs, labor force, political and economic risks, and the ability to spring back after the coronavirus crisis. Czechia was number one in Europe last year, as well as the year before.

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

‘Enough is Enough’ — Queen Getting ‘Lawyered Up’ Against Harry and Meghan: Report

Britain’s 95-year-old monarch has reportedly lost patience with Prince Harry and his wife, American ex-actress Meghan Markle, having “lawyered up” after her woke grandson’s announcement of a tell-all memoir.

“The feeling, coming right from the top, is that enough is enough,” an informant described as a “well-placed source” has told The Sun, the United Kingdom’s leading “red top”tabloid.

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

Pope Francis: Vaccination is an Act of Love

Pope Francis has joined a campaign to persuade people to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

“Being vaccinated … is an act of love,” the head of the Catholic Church emphasized in a video message posted on VaticanNews.va.

“And contributing to ensure the majority of people are vaccinated is an act of love. Love for oneself, love for one’s family and friends, love for all people,” he added.

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

Swiss Scientist Warns of Possible COVID ‘Super Strain’

A researcher at the federal technology institute ETH Zurich has warned of the possible emergence of a new “super variant” of the coronavirus that could combine existing strains.

“That’s why we have to prepare for several vaccinations over the next few years, which will be continuously adapted to new variants,” the 40-year-old scientist told the paper.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Extinction Rebellion Gears Up for Two Weeks of Climate Protests Across London

Environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion is gearing up for another two full weeks of climate protests, which are due to take place across London

The group says thousands of people are expected to take part in their “Impossible Rebellion”, which plans to “target the root cause of the climate and ecological crisis”.

Demonstrations are scheduled in central locations including St James’ Park, Piccadilly Circus — similar to those carried out in 2019 — but more are due to take place in both north and south London.

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

Russia Orders Apple and Google to Ban App of Putin’s Biggest Rival, Alexei Navalny

Roskomnadzor, Russia’s media regulator, has asked Apple and Alphabet, Google’s parent company, to remove the app of the main opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin; Alexei Navalny.

Navalny, Putin’s opposition, is known for his investigations and exposures of the lifestyles of Russian elites, including the president and his entourage, as well as their embezzlements.

It isn’t the first time the Russian government has tried to suppress Navalny. In August last year, Navalny was poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok aboard a flight within the country.

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

An American Woman Who’s Trapped in Afghanistan Made a Tearful Call to GOP Congresswoman: ‘Please Help Me’

An American woman called a US representative and tearfully begged for help getting out of Taliban-run Afghanistan.

Rep. Carol Miller of West Virginia on Saturday posted a recording of the call to Twitter. In the recording, a woman’s voice is heard, wavering and breaking up at times over her own tears.

“Hour by hour, it’s getting more difficult,” she said.

“Even when the cars pass by I feel like they’re gonna stop by that door out there, the Taliban, and they’re gonna come and they’re gonna kill us,” she continued, crying in between words.

“I’m really scared,” she said, pleading for help before the audio trails off.

Miller said in her tweet that the woman was “attacked each time she tried to reach the airport.” Her office did not immediately respond to a request for comment asking for more information about the attacks.

“Despite the danger to herself, she wants us to share this,” Miller wrote on Twitter. “We must guarantee the safety of Americans and our allies before it is too late…

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Defends Afghanistan Withdrawal: ‘This Was the Logical, Rational, And Right Decision to Make’

Addressing the nation on Sunday amidst the ongoing effort to evacuate American citizens and US allies from the Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, Biden was questioned once again on whether he trusts the Taliban.

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

Breaking: YouTube Kills Conservative Commentator’s Live Stream for Discussing History of Afghanistan

YouTube terminated a live stream hosted by Felix Rex, better known as Black Pigeon Speaks, which focused on the history of Afghanistan leading up to current events. According to Rex, the take down happened mid-stream, as he and his guest were discussing the history of Afghanistan that led to the United States’ 2001 invasion of the country.

“Youtube just took down the first stream I have ever made mid-stream talking about the history of Afghanistan as well as the lead up the the American led invasion,” wrote Rex. “Not only are my subs removed and my channel shadow banned, but unless you are controlled opposition you can’t comment.”

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

Defense Secretary Orders Commercial Airlines to Aid Evacuations From Afghanistan

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has officially given the order to activate the Civil Reserve Air Fleet, requesting that US commercial airlines provide the military with 18 aircraft to help with evacuations from Afghanistan.

The specifics of the order tap American Airlines, Atlas Air, Delta Airlines, Omni Air and Hawaiian Airlines to provide the required planes.

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

Former British PM Blair Slams US Afghanistan Pullout as ‘Imbecilic’

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair blasted the US’s withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan as “imbecilic,” saying the move has “every Jihadist group round the world celebrating.”

The former Labor Party leader, who deployed British troops to Afghanistan 20 years ago, said the US pullout has endangered the world.

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

German National Shot Attempting to Reach Kabul Airport

A German national attempting to escape from Afghanistan has been shot, according to a statement from Germany’s deputy government spokeswoman on Friday.

Deputy government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer stated that a civilian had been shot trying to flee the country, saying: “He is receiving medical care, but there is no danger to his life.” She added that the man would soon be flown out of the country.

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

Polish Soldiers Have Landed in Kabul to Help Evacuation Effort

The ministry of national defense stated that several soldiers who are part of the Polish Military Contingent sent to Kabul to support in the construction of an air bridge are already present in the Afghanistan capital.

President Andrzej Duda recently signed a resolution to use a Polish Military Contingent in Afghanistan comprised of up to 100 persons. The contingent is to be in use from Aug. 18 to Sept. 16, 2021. According to reports, the core of the mission are the soldiers from the GROM special unit.

The head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) Pawel Soloch informed that the 100 Polish soldiers are to secure the evacuation of Polish and allied country citizens.

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

Thailand: COVID-19 Violating Gathering of 23 Students and Teachers Busted

If you have been following along, mark Nakhon Ratchasima down on your “Covid-19 restriction violating party” bingo card. Last night a group of students and teachers in the Muang district of Nakhon Ratchasima were caught gathering with an abundance of alcohol and a noticeable lack of Covid-19 safety measures.

The bust is one of an increasing number of illegal parties being prosecuted by the police, following Friday’s raid of a Koh Samui villa that resulted in 2 Covid-19 infections, and another in Pattaya the night before that.

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

Uncertainty, Distress for Afghan Cricketers After Taliban Takeover

The crack of bat on ball echoes around Kabul’s international stadium as Afghanistan’s top cricketers prepare for their next tour — just days after the country fell to the Taliban.

The calm of the empty stadium is a surreal contrast to scenes just a few kilometres north, where tens of thousands of Afghans at Kabul airport are desperately trying to flee on evacuation flights.

Following the stunning victory of the hardline Islamists, many of the players in cricket-mad Afghanistan’s beloved national team are finding it difficult to focus on sport.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

US Directs Airlines to Aid Afghan Evacuation

The United States on Sunday enlisted several major American airlines in its chaotic evacuation of tens of thousands of Afghans and foreigners from Kabul following its fall to Taliban.

The United States on Sunday enlisted several major American airlines in its chaotic evacuation of tens of thousands of Afghans and foreigners from Kabul following its fall to Taliban. The Pentagon said Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin had activated the rarely-used Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) to aid the onward movement of people arriving at US bases in the Middle East.

Eighteen civilian craft from American Airlines, Atlas, Delta, Omni, Hawaiian and United will aid dozens of military cargo transports involved in the evacuation, the statement said…

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

China Changes Law to Allow Married Couples to Have Three Kids

China will now allow married couples to legally have a third kid amid concerns that its shrinking number of working-age people will threaten the country’s future prosperity and global influence.

The ceremonial legislature updated the Population and Family Planning Law on Friday to address the consequences of the plummeting birthrate.

China has tried for decades to control the population, beginning with a policy imposed in 1979 that strictly limited couples to one child.

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

Chinese Authorities Paying Citizens to Spy on Neighbors, Report ‘Illegal’ Christian Activities

China’s communist regime has ordered citizens in the country’s northeastern region to spy on Christians and report any “illegal religious activities,” including preaching and religious house gatherings. Informants will be rewarded with $150 for each tip, according to a report.

The administration of the Meilisi Daur District in Heilongjiang Province’s Qiqihar city released a document titled, “The Reward System For Reporting Illegal Religious Activities Offences,” saying informants would be paid up to 1,000 yuan ($150), China Christian Daily reported.

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

More Than $100,000 in Fines to be Issued After Two Illegal Gatherings in Warrnambool

Fines of more than $100,000 will be issued to people who attended two gatherings in regional Victoria over the weekend.

Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said 19 people would be issued with a $5452 fine for breaching COVID-19 guidelines by attending gatherings in Warrnambool.

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

Using Migration to Coerce the EU is Unacceptable, States Czech Interior Minister

Using migration as a tool of pressure on the European Union is unacceptable for the Czech Republic. The Czech Minister of the Interior, Jan Hamacek, said this on Thursday during a special meeting of the EU Ministers of the Interior. The video conference was originally convened due to the migration crisis on Belarus’ borders with EU member states.

However, ministers also addressed the security situation in Afghanistan after the radical Taliban movement took control of the country. According to Hamacek, it is necessary to prevent the migration crisis at the EU’s external borders and help countries neighboring Afghanistan. Austria’s Interior Minister Karl Nehammer then called for creating deportation centers in these countries for Afghans deported from Europe.

In Lithuania, Latvia, and Poland, the number of migrants arriving illegally from Belarus has increased dramatically after the government of President Alexander Lukashenko began systematically sending these people to the borders.

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

Vladimir Putin Says He’s Not Allowing Afghan Refugees Into Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that his country won’t accept Afghan refugees because he doesn’t want to deal with “militants” masquerading as asylum-seekers.

The Russian strongman slammed Western nations for placing Afghan refugees in countries even near his border while their US and European visas are being processed.

“Does that mean that they can be sent without visas to those countries, to our neighbors, while they themselves don’t want to take them without visas?” Putin raged to the Russian TASS news agency. “Why is there such a humiliating approach to solving the problem?’

He said he will not accept “militants showing up here under cover of refugees.”

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

Woman Angry That Swedish Government Paid Tens of Thousands to Migrant Who Raped Her

A Swedish rape victim has expressed anger that a Syrian migrant who raped her has been given £70k ($96k) in damages by the Swedish state, while she has received just £250 ($340).

The victim, a 42-year-old woman named Petra, was one of the victims of a Syrian migrant and his brother, who abducted and raped two women in the spring of 2017 in the city of Malmo.

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

Apple, Google, and Samsung Move to Normalize Vaccine Passports With Wallet Function

Apple, Samsung, and Google want to make it possible for users to store their vaccination status in the phones’ digital wallet, a scenario that would make vaccination verification simpler. However, the developments raise concerns for privacy and civil liberties advocates and the Big Tech support will further normalize the invasive practice.

Google, Samsung, and Apple have announced such plans.

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

Modern Mathematics Confronts Its White, Patriarchal Past

Mathematicians want to think their field is a meritocracy, but bias, harassment and exclusion persist

Juliette Bruce is an NSF postdoctoral fellow in mathematics at the University of California, Berkley, who works in the field of algebraic geometry. She organized the 2020 Trans Math Day for transgender and nonbinary mathematicians, which she and a co-organizer brought back as a two-day event this year. She is also a board member of Spectra, an association for LGBTQ+ mathematicians.

In 2019 a New York Times profile of Edray Herber Goins, a Black mathematics professor at Pomona College, reported that “fewer than 1 percent of doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans.” A 2020 NSF survey revealed that out of a total of 2,012 doctorates awarded in mathematics and statistics in the U.S. in 2019, only 585 (29.1 percent) were awarded to women.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

12 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/22/2021

  1. Chief Adviser Fazel Mahmood Fazly and President Ashraf Ghani. Both are now internationally wanted.
    Went for a grant in Sweden – now wanted for having fled with Afghanistan’s treasury

    Published 19 August 2021 at 21.07

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is said to have received SEK 1.5 billion when he fled the country. Now he is internationally wanted along with his right-hand man Fazel Mahmood Fazly – who was recently revealed to be on a grant in Sweden.

    Afghan president “escapes with so much money that helicopter could not take off”
    According to Tolo News, the Afghan embassy in Tajikistan has asked Interpol to arrest the fleeing president Ashraf Ghani and his chief adviser Fazal Mahmood Fazli.

    The duo are accused of stealing a large part of the state coffers – according to information equivalent to SEK 1.5 billion – when they fled the country.

    Fazal Mahmood Fazli is not unknown in Swedish contexts. As recently as September last year, Aftonbladet reported that, at the same time as he was chief adviser to the President of Afghanistan, he was registered in Sweden and took out parental benefits.

    The top politician was written in Sweden in 2009 and was when the revelation came last autumn registered at an address in Tullinge south of Stockholm.

    According to Fazly’s Facebook page, he started working as chief adviser to the Afghan president on June 30, 2018. However, his social media accounts indicate that he worked for the Afghan government longer than that. Despite the fact that Fazly evidently no longer lived in Sweden, he received parental benefit in Sweden as recently as November 2018.

    In the Swedish population register, Fazel Fazly is registered as born in 1977. According to Afghan sources, however, he was born in 1980. He is said to have graduated as a doctor from a university in Nangarhar in 2000. Fazly has since worked for several years as a doctor in Dalarna in Sweden and is mentioned in newspaper articles in Dalademokraten and Dalarnas Tidningar.

  2. Australian state begins construction of quarantine camp in Mickleham, Victoria

    https://m.thebl.tv/world-news/australian-state-begins-construction-of-quarantine-camp-in-mickleham-victoria.html

    Australia, which took pride in last year’s control of COVID-19 transmission in its country, is now building a new quarantine camp for people with a high potential of contracting the virus.

    According to documents seen by Worthy News and reported by The Age, Australia’s government would create a mandatory quarantine camp for those suspected of having COVID-19 to aid in battling the coronavirus outbreak.

    The concept is based on the Howard Springs Centre in the Northern Territory, which the outlet said has demonstrated far more effectiveness than hotel quarantine for reducing COVID-19 leakage.

    “But we’ve got to get this built. There’s a much greater risk to people across Victoria, Mickleham included, by having thousands of people in hotels that are not built to quarantine them,” said Premier Daniel Andrews.

    “That’s the site that’s been chosen and everyone, including locals, will be better off because of that.”

    The facility will be built by Multiplex, with 80 percent of the buildings being prefabricated off-site. The center has the capacity to expand to 3000 beds, but it will open as soon as 500 beds are available later this year.

    According to a picture provided by The Age, the rooms where people would spend their time quite resembles a regular hotel room, with a balcony, bed for one person, a working desk, closet, and a television.

  3. “A researcher at the federal technology institute ETH Zurich has warned of the possible emergence of a new “super variant” of the coronavirus that could combine existing strains.”

    A very suspicious statement. It sounds like someone, somewhere is still working on it.

  4. The Pope : Vaccination is an act of love:

    This fool truly has a death wish. Despite so many who have died he still believes in unproven theories that the virus exists. And the millions, dead and affected, and those soon to die of it. What kind of death agenda is that Jesuit chasing? Didnt the Vatican support the extermination of their rival Orthodox Church in Russia using the Bolsheviks ?

  5. As Isaac Newton statues are torn down by crazed Leftists, they insist on percentages of doctorates in actual science fields based on race or transgender status….except ZERO transgenders in the WNBA?

    • Do you know something funny?
      A few years ago the US nuclear comission asked a few scientists about long-term storage of nuclear waste and the threats for them.
      One of the groups came up with a feminist future where females rule and they stumble upon a nuclear waste disposal site. Saying that nuclear science was made by white men with no input of LGBT… people they declare nuclear science to be manure or worse.
      So they open the depository and guess what? White men nuclear science is real – to their detriment.

      SANDIA Report SAND90-3063 UC-721 Printed December 1991
      Experrt judgement on inadvertent human intrusion into the waste isolation pilot plant
      page 165
      Search for year 2091

    • We have the variant delta(Δ) after comes Epsilon(E) until the variant (Ω) omega is a long way to go,but on the other hand we have only 24 letters not 27 like you.
      Lucky eh ?

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