Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/3/2021

The Pentagon was locked down today after a young man, later identified as Austin William Lanz, attacked and killed a police officer with a knife at a bus platform outside the building. Other officers responded by shooting and killing Mr. Lanz. A motive for the attack is not yet known. There’s no word yet on the race of the attacker or the slain officer, so we don’t know whether their lives matter.

In other news, an asphalt tanker called the MV Asphalt Princess was hijacked, reportedly by Iranian-backed forces, in the Gulf of Oman.

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

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USA
» “I’m Going to Rape You Like I Rape My Daughter”: George Soros’s Right-Hand Man Howard Rubin Accused of Sexually Abusing Six Women
» As D.C. Murder Rate Soars, FBI Arrests Jan. 6 Protester Who Spent 17 Minutes in the Capitol, Mostly Snapping Selfies
» Biden, Pelosi, Schumer Call on Cuomo to Resign as New Criminal Investigation Announced
» BLM Protester Who Had Confederate Statue Toppled Onto His Head Battles With Traumatic Brain Injury
» Craven County Commissioners Vote for Resolution Against Critical Race Theory Being Taught in Public Schools
» Democrat Strategist Tweets Out Hopes for Lindsey Graham to Die of COVID
» GETTR Founder Jason Miller Hits Back at Politico ‘Hit Piece’ Over Extremist Content
» GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer Says Ashli Babbitt Was a ‘Criminal’ And He’s ‘Grateful’ To Cop Who Shot Her
» History Made: Murder Rate Hits New Record in Minneapolis in Wake of Floyd Riots
» Indiana University’s Mandated Vaccine Survives 7th Circuit Appeal
» ‘Influencers’ Are Being Paid by the Government to Shill COVID Vaccines to Children, NYT Reveals
» Long Island County Votes to Allow First Responders to Sue Protesters, Allow Civil Fines Up to $50,000
» Major Florida School District Reverses Mask Mandate After DeSantis Threatens to Withhold Funds
» Missouri Governor Pardons Couple Who Brandished Guns at Protesters
» New York Mayor De Blasio Issues Order Requiring Proof of Vaccination for Many Indoor Activities
» NIH Director Says Parents Should Wear Masks Inside Their Own Homes
» Officer dead, suspect killed in violence outside Pentagon
» Parents Protest Masks in Schools
» Pentagon on Lockdown After Nearby “Shooting Event,” Police Say
» Pentagon Temporarily Locked Down After Shots Fired Near Entrance, One Officer Killed
» Professor Sues Student, University After Provost Overrules Her and Awards Him a Participation Grade
» Protesters Take to Orange County Following Mayor’s Decision to Mandate Vaccines for County Employees
» Rand Paul Embraces Rumble After YouTube Censorship
» Soros-Backed Virginia Prosecutors Face Recall Amid Crime Surge
» Trump-Appointed Appeals Court Judge Slams Critical Race Theory in Texas Discrimination Case
» Two Texas Democrats Arrested by Capitol Police in Voting Rights Protest
» Washington Police Officers Confused Over New Laws Restricting Their Ability to Fight Crime
» YouTube CEO Calls for Censorship of “Legal But Potentially Harmful Speech”
 
Europe and the EU
» “Orban is Teaching Europe About Democracy, “ Italian Politician Says
» Editor-in-Chief of Germany’s Top Newspaper Apologizes for Fear-Driven COVID Coverage
» Google Demonetizes Piers Morgan for Criticizing Simone Biles
» In Greece, Teachers Who Don’t Get Vaccinated Face Pay Cuts or Suspension: Report
» Out of Town ‘Burkini’ Activists Descend to Disrupt Swimming Pools in French City
» Peter Hitchens Predicts UK Could Still be Debating Coronavirus Restrictions ‘Next Year’
» Polish PM Morawiecki: We Must Reach an Agreement With the EU
» Spain: Ibiza Officials Seeking Informants to Flag Illegal Parties for Law Enforcement: Reports
» Spain: Illegal Parties With 600 People Busted in Algarve
» Spain: New Joint Operation to Stamp Out Illegal Drinking Parties in Palma
» Survey: 17% of Poles in Favor of Polexit
» UK: BBC Threatens to Report Commenters to the “Relevant Authorities”
» UK: Extinction Rebellion Activist Savaged Over Call to Swap MPs for ‘People Chosen at Random’
» UK: Govt Makes Another Pledge of No Vaccine Passports for Pubs, After Several U-Turns and Mixed Messages
» UK: Streatham Terrorist Was Being Followed by Nine Undercover Cops When He Attacked
» WSJ: ‘Almost Half of Recent UK COVID Deaths Are of People Who Have Been Vaccinated’
 
Middle East
» 6 Ships in Gulf of Oman Lose Control, Days After Vessel Attacked by Drones
» Antony Blinken Pledges ‘Collective Response’ To Iranian Attack on Israeli-Operated Tanker
» British Navy Group: ‘Potential Hijack’ of Ship Off UAE Coast
» MV Asphalt Princess: Ship Hijacked Off UAE Ordered to Sail to Iran
 
Russia
» Belarus Sprinter Says Punishment Awaited Her Back Home
» Man Who Helped Persecuted Belarussians Flee Found Dead in Ukraine
 
South Asia
» Rackets of Love Jihad, Rape Jihad and Conversion Jihad Are Pro-Active in Indian State Uttar Pradesh to Demoralize the Hindus There
 
Far East
» China Chides Obama for Holding “Super Spreader Event”
» Korea: Police Vow Stern Response to Illegal Rallies During Aug. 15 Liberation Day Holiday
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australian Man Suffers Suspected Heart Attack While Under Arrest for Not Wearing a Mask
» Climate Change Duty of Care Campaigners Risk Jail
» Rival Outlets Use YouTube Censorship of Sky News Australia to Call on the Government to Police More Content
 
Immigration
» EU Pledges Aid to Lithuania as Migrants Pour in From Belarus
» France: Court Hears Migrant Beat Wife After Claiming to Recognise Her on Pornography Website
» German Court Rejects Facebook’s Censorship in Midst of Refugee Crisis
» Italy: Don’t Let Migrants Into the Country, Salvini Calls on the Government
» Lithuania: Tens of Irregular Migrants Detained and Turned Back at Border Overnight
» UK: ‘The Truth is Coming Out’, Farage Tells Breitbart as Lifeboats Allegedly Prioritise Ferrying Migrants
» UK: Migrant Flashes ‘V for Victory’ Sign as Baby and Young Children Are Among Nearly 80 Latest Arrivals in Dover
 
Culture Wars
» Great Reset: World Economic Forum Declares the ‘Age of Human Robots is Over’
» Twitter Joins Forces With Associated Press and Reuters to Combat “Misinformation”
» YouTube Ripper y2mate Blocked in Some Countries After Possible Legal Challenges
 

“I’m Going to Rape You Like I Rape My Daughter”: George Soros’s Right-Hand Man Howard Rubin Accused of Sexually Abusing Six Women

Wall Street financier Howard Rubin, billionaire George Soros’s former money manager and right-hand man, is being sued by six women for “beating and assaulting them during kinky BDSM sessions at his Manhattan apartment’s sex dungeon.”

From The Daily Mail, “George Soros’ right-hand man Howard Rubin, 66, is sued by six women who accuse him of ‘beating and assaulting them during kinky BDSM sessions at his Manhattan apartment’s sex dungeon’.

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As D.C. Murder Rate Soars, FBI Arrests Jan. 6 Protester Who Spent 17 Minutes in the Capitol, Mostly Snapping Selfies

We can all sleep better tonight. The Los Angeles Times reported Monday on the July 29 arrest of Glen Allen Brooks, 61, of Huntington Beach, Calif. His crime? Brace yourself, gentle reader, for Mr. Brooks has been identified as a participant in the Jan. 6 “insurrection” at the United States Capitol. Imagine, he’s been on the loose all these months, no doubt insurrecting to beat the band the whole time.

Mr. Brooks’s alleged misdeeds are detailed in an FBI affidavit, in which a special agent (whose name is for some reason redacted) says that on Jan. 6, at 3:13 p.m., Brooks “entered the Senate side of the U.S. Capitol by climbing through a broken window near the Senate Wing Door.” The affidavit goes on to say Brooks left the Capitol at 3:30 p.m.

And how did this dangerous insurrectionist spend those intervening 17 minutes? Did he menace any House or Senate member? Did he assault any police officers, destroy or steal any property? Did he go off in search of Vice President Pence, perhaps to cajole him into invalidating the electoral vote?

He did none of these things. He took some pictures.

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Biden, Pelosi, Schumer Call on Cuomo to Resign as New Criminal Investigation Announced

Update (1650ET): President Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Chuck Schumer have called on Cuomo to resign.

“Recognizing his love of New York and the respect for the office he holds, I call upon the Governor to resign,” Pelosi said in a statement.

Update (1451ET): In a shocking development, the district attorney’s office for Albany County, New York, revealed the existence of an ongoing investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

More via CNBC:

The district attorney’s office for Albany County, New York, has an ongoing criminal investigation into conduct by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and plans to request investigative materials from the state attorney general’s probe of his alleged sexual harassment toward 11 women.

News of that criminal probe came hours after Attorney General Letitia James detailed a report substantiating the women’s claims that Cuomo has subjected them to unwanted touching and remarks that make them uncomfortable.

[Comment: Governor Andrew Cuomo is toast.]

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BLM Protester Who Had Confederate Statue Toppled Onto His Head Battles With Traumatic Brain Injury

Chris Green, the Black Lives Matter protester who had a Confederate statue toppled onto his head last year by a group of BLM rioters in Portsmouth, Virginia nearly died and spent the last year battling to recover from a likely permanent traumatic brain injury.

From 13 News Now.

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Craven County Commissioners Vote for Resolution Against Critical Race Theory Being Taught in Public Schools

NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) — The Craven County Board of Commissioners held a long discussion on Monday with debate on both sides concerning the teaching of critical race theory in schools there.

After nearly 2.5 hours of that debate, the commissioners voted 5-2 for a resolution against the teaching of critical theory in Craven County Schools. The amendment, brought to the commissioners by board member George Liner, also voices support for NC House Bill 324, which prohibits divisive theories such as critical race theory from behind taught in all North Carolina public schools.

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Democrat Strategist Tweets Out Hopes for Lindsey Graham to Die of COVID

A democratic strategist has come under fire over a tweet where she said she hoped Lindsey Graham dies COVID-19, following the South Carolina senator testing positive for the virus.

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GETTR Founder Jason Miller Hits Back at Politico ‘Hit Piece’ Over Extremist Content

GETTR founder and former Trump senior advisor Jason Miller alleges that social media giants, a.k.a. “Big Tech”, is coordinating with political news outlet Politico to launch a “strike” on the new social media platform, declaring it a “safe haven” for Islamic Jihadists.

In an article on Monday, Politico reported that jihadists have overrun the social media platform with beheading videos and extremist content.

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GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer Says Ashli Babbitt Was a ‘Criminal’ And He’s ‘Grateful’ To Cop Who Shot Her

The GOP is worse than useless.

From National File, “GOP Senator Kevin Cramer Says He’s ‘Grateful’ for Capitol Cop Who Killed ‘Criminal’ Ashli Babbitt for ‘Not Complying’ “.

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History Made: Murder Rate Hits New Record in Minneapolis in Wake of Floyd Riots

What records will Minneapolis break next?

From The Daily Caller, “Murderapolis: City At Center Of George Floyd Protests Hits All-Time High Murder Record”.

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

Indiana University’s Mandated Vaccine Survives 7th Circuit Appeal

(Reuters) — A federal appeals court on Monday refused to bar Indiana University from mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for students attending the school this fall, upholding a lower court ruling in one of the first disputes over college vaccine mandates.

A unanimous 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled that the mandate, which includes health and religious exceptions but requires students who take them to wear masks and be tested frequently, did not violate any constitutional right.

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‘Influencers’ Are Being Paid by the Government to Shill COVID Vaccines to Children, NYT Reveals

“Influencers” on TikTok, Twitch, YouTube and Instagram are being paid $1,000 a month by state and local governments working together with the White House to shill Big Pharma’s experimental injections to their child audiences.

The potentially illegal government-funded propaganda program targeting children was detailed Sunday in a glowing article from the New York Times.

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Long Island County Votes to Allow First Responders to Sue Protesters, Allow Civil Fines Up to $50,000

The legislature for Nassau County, New York, approved a bill Monday that says anyone who harasses or injures a first responder — which includes police officers — can be fined up to $50,000 while giving first responders the ability to sue the person directly.

After a heated, five-hour public testimony period, the legislature on Long Island voted 12-6 to put the bill into law. It goes into effect immediately.

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Major Florida School District Reverses Mask Mandate After DeSantis Threatens to Withhold Funds

Broward County Public Schools, the second-largest school district in Florida, is reversing its mask mandate that it announced last week after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis threatened withholding state funds from the district.

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Missouri Governor Pardons Couple Who Brandished Guns at Protesters

Aug 3 (Reuters) — Missouri Governor Mike Parson said on Tuesday he has granted pardons to Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who drew international attention for brandishing guns at racial justice protesters last year.

In addition to the McCloskeys, who are personal injury lawyers, the Republican governor also pardoned 10 other people on Friday, a document from his office showed.

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New York Mayor De Blasio Issues Order Requiring Proof of Vaccination for Many Indoor Activities

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday morning that New Yorkers will be required to show proof of vaccination to enter many indoor businesses within the city.

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NIH Director Says Parents Should Wear Masks Inside Their Own Homes

National Institutes of Health director Dr. Francis Collins told CNN earlier today that parents with children under the age of 12 should wear face masks INSIDE their own homes.

Yes, really.

During an appearance on New Day, Collins said the measure was necessary to protect kids who haven’t taken the vaccine because of the delta variant, despite him admitting that health problems in children are “rare.”

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Officer dead, suspect killed in violence outside Pentagon

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Pentagon police officer died after being stabbed Tuesday during a burst of violence at a transit center outside the building, and a suspect was shot by law enforcement and died at the scene.

The Pentagon, the headquarters of the U.S. military, was temporarily placed on lockdown after a man attacked the officer on a bus platform shortly after 10:30 a.m. The ensuing violence, which included a volley of gunshots, resulted in “several casualties,” said Woodrow Kusse, the chief of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, which is responsible for security in the facility.

The deaths of the officer and the suspect were first confirmed by officials who were not authorized to discuss the matter and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. The Fairfax County Police Department also tweeted condolences about the officer’s death. Officials said they believe two bystanders were injured.

The suspect was identified by multiple law enforcement officials as Austin William Lanz, 27, of Georgia.

The officer was ambushed by Lanz, who ran at him and stabbed him in the neck, according to two of the law enforcement officials. Responding officers then shot and killed Lanz. Investigators were still trying to determine a motive for the attack and were digging into Lanz’s background, including any potential history of mental illness or any reason he might want to target the Pentagon or police officers…

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Parents Protest Masks in Schools

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) — Up until Monday, August 2, Louisiana schools had the right to make mask-wearing for kids in K-12 optional but with the stroke of a pen, Gov. John Bel Edwards turned that option into a mandate.

“The least we can do is put a mask on,” pleaded Edwards.

Health care workers say that even though a child may never develop severe symptoms, they can still pass it along to others who may be at risk. US Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana), who is also a doctor, said people should listen to health care leaders.

“The reasons for the mandate would be that the older student is capable of transmitting to others if he or she is not vaccinated, even though they are ‘a kid,’“ said Cassidy. “For all practical purposes, they’re an adult and for the younger with Delta, they still may be likely to transmit to others even if they themselves have no symptoms.”

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Pentagon on Lockdown After Nearby “Shooting Event,” Police Say

Washington — The Pentagon was placed on lockdown Tuesday after a “shooting event” occurred near the building’s Metro transit center, police said.

The Pentagon Force Protection Agency asked members of the public to avoid the area, and the Arlington County Fire Department said on Twitter its units are “responding to a reported active violence incident” near the Pentagon’s Metro stop. Arlington County first responders encountered “multiple patients,” the fire department said.

Warnings sounded on intercoms throughout the facility telling all those inside to remain indoors “due to police activity outside.”

Roughly an hour after the Pentagon Force Protection Agency announced the lockdown, citing “an incident at the Pentagon Transit Center,” the agency said the “scene of the incident is secure” but remains an active crime scene.

“We request that everyone stay away from the Metro rail entrance and bus platform area,” it said on Twitter.

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Pentagon Temporarily Locked Down After Shots Fired Near Entrance, One Officer Killed

The Pentagon was placed on temporary lockdown after gunshots were fired just steps away from the entrance on Tuesday morning. One officer has been killed.

As the headquarters of the US military, the Pentagon has been the target of attacks in the past. Thus, when shots were heard just outside the entrance, authorities wasted no time in locking down.

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Professor Sues Student, University After Provost Overrules Her and Awards Him a Participation Grade

There is an interesting case unfolding at Fairfield University in Connecticut. While it is not unusual these days for students to take action against teachers, administrations or the universities themselves, in this case it is the teacher suing the university and even a student.

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Protesters Take to Orange County Following Mayor’s Decision to Mandate Vaccines for County Employees

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — There were a series of tense moments in Orange County Monday afternoon as protesters tried to disrupt Mayor Jerry Demings’ weekly coronavirus press conference.

The protests stemmed from the mayor’s decision to mandate vaccines for county employees.

From the minute they arrived on the steps of Orlando City Hall, protesters from as far away as Brevard and Volusia counties geared up for a fight against mask and vaccine mandates.

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Rand Paul Embraces Rumble After YouTube Censorship

Senator Rand Paul has given the video sharing platform Rumble his seal of approval after one of his recent interviews was censored by the tech giant YouTube.

Paul said that the now-censored interview featured him and a journalist discussing several topics, including the science behind masks. Paul added that his comments in the interview “were based on scientific evidence.”

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Soros-Backed Virginia Prosecutors Face Recall Amid Crime Surge

As homicides rise in Virginia’s northern suburbs, voters will have the opportunity to put three liberal prosecutors backed by billionaire Democratic megadonor George Soros on trial.

A new Virginia nonprofit, Virginians for Safe Communities, is launching a campaign to recall Fairfax County’s Steve Descano, Loudoun County’s Buta Biberaj, and Arlington County’s Parisa Dehghani-Tafti from their respective offices, the group announced in a Monday statement. The progressive attorneys took office in January 2020 after Soros spentmore than $2 million supporting their campaigns. All three have since implemented lenient law enforcement policies, decisions that have coincided with a rise in crime.

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Trump-Appointed Appeals Court Judge Slams Critical Race Theory in Texas Discrimination Case

A Trump-appointed appeals court judge criticized critical race theory in a concurrence he penned last week that challenged the viability of disparate impact theory as a legal claim in a racial bias case, according to a report.

Judge James C. Ho, who was confirmed to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in December 2017, likened disparate impact theory to critical race theory, arguing that both can engender racial bias, according to Law360.

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Two Texas Democrats Arrested by Capitol Police in Voting Rights Protest

Two Texas Democratic lawmakers were arrested by Capitol Police Tuesday for protesting “voter suppression” during a voting rights rally outside of the Supreme Court.

In a video posted to social media, Rep. Al Green can be seen standing next to Texas state Rep. Ron Reynolds as the two are approached by Capitol Police while singing “We Shall Overcome.”

One officer placed a green wristband on the U.S. congressman before escorting him away while another officer placed a band on Reynolds.

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Washington Police Officers Confused Over New Laws Restricting Their Ability to Fight Crime

A slew of law enforcement reform bills went into effect last week in Washington, with officers being hobbled in how they handle crime and arrest suspects.

Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed a dozen bills into law back in May that restrict how law enforcement officers conduct their work, including severely limiting when officers can detain suspects and types of weapons and force that can be used.

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YouTube CEO Calls for Censorship of “Legal But Potentially Harmful Speech”

Despite her new Wall Street Journal opinion article that opens with YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki discussing how she feared the letters that she sent to her grandfather as a child would be censored because he lived behind the Iron Curtain, Wojcicki has called for governments to provide “clear guidelines about illegal speech” while giving YouTube the freedom to also censor “legal but potentially harmful speech.”

In the article, which is titled “Free Speech and Corporate Responsibility Can Coexist Online,” Wojcicki acknowledges that YouTube already removes “content that could cause real harm” and that some of its content takedowns are “controversial” but insists that YouTube’s policies are applied “equally, regardless of who posts the content or the political viewpoint expressed.”

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“Orban is Teaching Europe About Democracy, “ Italian Politician Says

While both mainstream Italian politics and some of the press launched attacks against the Hungarian government over its child protection law, many see Hungary as an example to follow.

Igor Gelarda, the Sicilian coordinator of the Italian right-wing League party, came to the defense of Hungary in an interview in Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet.

“I believe that if a sovereign government decides to provide increased protection for minors, thereby allowing families to raise their children freely, in accordance with their traditions, worldview, and religious beliefs, without outside influence, it is a matter of honor and recognition,” Gelarda said.

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Editor-in-Chief of Germany’s Top Newspaper Apologizes for Fear-Driven COVID Coverage

The editor-in-chief of Germany’s top newspaper Bild has apologized for the news outlet’s fear-driven coverage of COVID, specifically to children who were told “that they were going to murder their grandma.”

In a speech delivered to camera, Julian Reichelt said sorry for Bild’s coverage which was “like poison” and “made you feel like you were a mortal danger to society.”

Reichelt directed his main sentiment towards children who have been terrorized by fearmongering media coverage which has caused child depression and suicides to soar across the world.

“To the millions of children in this country for whom our society is responsible, I want to express here what neither our government nor our Chancellor dares to tell you. We ask you to forgive us,” he said.

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Google Demonetizes Piers Morgan for Criticizing Simone Biles

Google has put an advertising block on journalist Piers Morgan’s Daily Mail column where he criticized gymnast Simone Biles for dropping out of the Tokyo Olympics and claimed that his column contained “dangerous or derogatory content.”

Morgan said that Google quietly placed the advertising block on his column, which is titled “Sorry Simone Biles, but there’s nothing heroic or brave about quitting because you’re not having ‘fun’ — you let down your team-mates, your fans and your country,” eight hours after it was published.

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In Greece, Teachers Who Don’t Get Vaccinated Face Pay Cuts or Suspension: Report

Greek teachers who refuse to take the Wuhan coronavirus vaccine or to be regularly tested could face cuts to their salaries or even suspension under rules being considered by the Education Ministry, a Greek newspaper claims.

According to a report from the newspaper I Kathimerini, the ministry is looking at implementing measures to discipline teachers and administrators, both at schools and universities, who refuse to take the vaccine as of early September when the new academic year starts.

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Out of Town ‘Burkini’ Activists Descend to Disrupt Swimming Pools in French City

Local government administrators in Grenoble have claimed that an activist group supporting the sharia-compliant swimwear known as the “burkini” has disrupted several swimming pools in the city.

Grenoble has seen activists from the group “Citizens’ Alliance” disrupt swimming pools several times over the course of the summer by entering the pools or attempting to enter them while wearing the burkini, which is prohibited in the French city.

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Peter Hitchens Predicts UK Could Still be Debating Coronavirus Restrictions ‘Next Year’

Author Peter Hitchens has predicted that Britain could still be debating coronavirus restrictions in a year, after the UK has been under some form of lockdown or restrictions since March 2020.

“Here we are, it’s 17, 18 months of all this stuff going on, and any sense that we’re going to get out of it seems to me to be increasingly hard to believe. You think this is going to be temporary? I wouldn’t be at all surprised if we’re still discussing travel restrictions, masks, all the rest of it, next year,” Mr Hitchens told talkRADIO host Mike Graham.

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Polish PM Morawiecki: We Must Reach an Agreement With the EU

In an interview for Telewizja Republika, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki commented on the current conflict between Poland and the European Commission and Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) concerning the Polish judiciary reform.

As a reminder, in the middle of July the CJEU decreed that the disciplinary system for Polish judges was incompatible with EU law. The European Commission gave Poland an ultimatum to adhere to the CJEU’s ruling, which obliged Poland to suspend the activity of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court by August 16.

Morawiecki emphasized that it was necessary to reach an agreement with the EU institutions, although he believed that the Polish constitution remains the superior legal act over EU treaties.

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Spain: Ibiza Officials Seeking Informants to Flag Illegal Parties for Law Enforcement: Reports

Struggling to mitigate a recent surge in COVID-19 cases under control, authorities in Ibiza are turning to an unlikely group of people for assistance—tourists.

Visitors to the island between ages 30 and 40 may be uniquely positioned to assist in the effort, provided they’re willing to party, of course. Law enforcement is currently in discussions to put together a task force of party-goers who will infiltrate illegal gatherings and parties from the inside and flag them for police to respond.

Since law enforcement personnel are recognizable to locals, Ibiza officials are reportedly seeking support from outside its borders to help with the problem. As The Guardian notes, most of the island’s illegal gatherings take place within private residences, and being able to justify the need for a warrant in order to break up a gathering is difficult without insider knowledge.

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Spain: Illegal Parties With 600 People Busted in Algarve

The GNR dispersed around 600 people from an illegal party taking place in Vilamoura, Loulé, and from a restaurant in Albufeira where the measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic were not being followed.

In a statement, the GNR command in Faro said that the actions took place on 29 July, in Albufeira, and at dawn on 30 July, in Vilamoura, where “a party with about 400 people was detected in an isolated area”.

Following the action, “several aggressions were reported, which forced immediate intervention to restore order and security in the area, with various authority forces in the site”, the note reads.

In this action, three people were also detained, which were constituted as defendants, “and the respective administrative offenses were drafted within the scope of the covid-19 and road legislation”.

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Spain: New Joint Operation to Stamp Out Illegal Drinking Parties in Palma

Local and National Police, Government representatives and the Port Authority launched a joint operation against illegal drinking parties last weekend, which resulted in 50 sanctions being issued for non-compliance with the Covid regulations.

Palma City Council says the operation was similar to recent weekends, with alcohol controls and street closures to prevent crowding.

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Survey: 17% of Poles in Favor of Polexit

The Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s ruling from mid-July decided that the article in the EU treaty, based on which the CJEU obliged member states to introduce interim measures to their judiciaries, is incompatible with the Polish constitution. The situation has also sparked a return to discussion over Poland potentially leaving the EU (so-called “Polexit”).

In its justification, the Tribunal pointed out that the EU cannot replace member states when it comes to the creation of judiciary regulations. A few days after the ruling, PM Mateusz Morawiecki declared however that “there is no risk of Polexit and it is a kind of political fantasy.”

He added that Polexit is a kind of political mood which the government’s political opponents are trying to stimulate.

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UK: BBC Threatens to Report Commenters to the “Relevant Authorities”

There is a hashtag on Twitter — #DefundTheBBC — that appeared in reaction to the way the British public broadcaster is handling debates on some very controversial issues, like that around allowing biological males to compete against women in sports.

The BBC is accused of reaching new levels of “bullying” its audience by threatening to report those who disagree with it to the police.

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UK: Extinction Rebellion Activist Savaged Over Call to Swap MPs for ‘People Chosen at Random’

EXTINCTION Rebellion activist Liam Norton has been savaged for calling for MPs to be scrapped in favour of “people chosen at random.”

Extinction Rebellion activist Liam Norton has sparked a social media backlash after calling for Britain’s parliamentary system to be scrapped on TalkRADIO. Liam Norton clashed with host Patrick Christys after proposing that elections and MPs are replaced by “people chosen at random.” Mr Norton compared the theory to “jury service” but TalkRADIO fans on social media were not won over by the idea.

[Comment: I don’t think it’s such a foolish idea. For example, British voters supported Brexit. If British voters were in Parliament, Brexit would have happened much sooner.]

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UK: Govt Makes Another Pledge of No Vaccine Passports for Pubs, After Several U-Turns and Mixed Messages

Another government minister has made the latest of claims that domestic vaccination passports will not be needed to go to the pub; however, in the past nine months, the Johnson administration has u-turned on the position several times already.

Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Gillian Keegan reiterated other ministers and Boris Johnson’s edict that from late September, patrons will need to show proof of double vaccination to enter nightclubs.

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UK: Streatham Terrorist Was Being Followed by Nine Undercover Cops When He Attacked

Radical Islamist terrorist Sudesh Amman was being followed and surveilled by a total of nine police officers while he carried out a bloody knife attack in Streatham last year after being released early from prison.

The first day of the inquest into the terrorist’s death at the Royal Courts of Justice revealed that at the time of the attack, which left two people injured with stab wounds, four police officers were following Amman on foot and a further five officers were conducting surveillance from vehicles close by.

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WSJ: ‘Almost Half of Recent UK COVID Deaths Are of People Who Have Been Vaccinated’

“Almost half” of the United Kingdom’s “recent Covid-19 deaths are of people who have been vaccinated” but there’s no need to worry because that means it’s working, so says the Wall Street Journal.

From WSJ, “Some Vaccinated People Are Dying of Covid-19. Here’s Why Scientists Aren’t Surprised.”.

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6 Ships in Gulf of Oman Lose Control, Days After Vessel Attacked by Drones

Reports that Iranian-backed forces may have seized Asphalt Princess tanker; British military calls it a ‘potential hijack’

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — At least six ships off the coast of the United Arab Emirates broadcast warnings Tuesday that they had lost control of their steering under unclear circumstances as British authorities reported “a potential hijack” was underway in the area.

It wasn’t immediately clear what was happening off the coast of Fujairah in the Gulf of Oman.

According to the Reuters news agency, which quoted two security maritime sources, Iranian-backed forces were believed to have seized one of the tankers…

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Antony Blinken Pledges ‘Collective Response’ To Iranian Attack on Israeli-Operated Tanker

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken pledged a “collective response” to an Iranian attack on an Israeli-operated oil tanker off the coast of Oman on Thursday that killed a Briton and a Romanian. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the drone assault as “outrageous” and promised “consequences.”

“We are in very close contact, in coordination, with the United Kingdom, Israel, Romania and other countries. And there will be a collective response,” Blinken said.

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British Navy Group: ‘Potential Hijack’ of Ship Off UAE Coast

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The British navy warned of a “potential hijack” of a ship off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Gulf of Oman on Tuesday, though the circumstances remained unclear.

The incident comes amid heightened tensions between Iran and the West over Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers and as commercial shipping in the region has found itself caught in the crosshairs. Most recently, the U.S., the U.K. and Israel have blamed Iran for a drone attack on an oil tanker off the coast of Oman that killed two people. Iran has denied involvement.

The British military’s United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations initially warned ships Tuesday that “an incident is currently underway” off the coast of Fujairah. Hours later, the authorities said the incident was a “potential hijack,” but provided no further details…

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MV Asphalt Princess: Ship Hijacked Off UAE Ordered to Sail to Iran

A Panama-flagged ship has been hijacked by armed men in the Gulf of Oman and ordered to sail to Iran, Lloyds List Maritime Intelligence has confirmed.

The tanker MV Asphalt Princess is heading into the congested approach to the Strait of Hormuz, a statement said.

It is not clear who has seized the ship but analysts says Iranian forces will be suspected.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards dismissed the reports as a pretext for “hostile action” against Tehran.

The incident comes less than a week after an oil tanker operated by an Israeli-owned company was attacked by a drone off Oman, killing two security guards — one British and the other Romanian…

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Belarus Sprinter Says Punishment Awaited Her Back Home

A Belarusian Olympic sprinter who had a public feud with officials from her team at the Tokyo Games said Tuesday that they “made it clear” she would face punishment if she returned home to an autocratic government that has relentlessly stifled any criticism.

Waiting to leave Japan to seek refuge in Europe, Krystsina Tsimanouskaya said she hopes she can continue her career, but for now her safety is the priority. After she criticized the management of her team on social media, she accused officials of hustling her to the airport and trying to put her on a plane back to Belarus.

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Man Who Helped Persecuted Belarussians Flee Found Dead in Ukraine

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A Belarusian activist who ran a group in Ukraine helping Belarusians fleeing persecution was found dead in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, local police said Tuesday.

Vitaly Shishov, leader of the Kyiv-based Belarusian House in Ukraine, was found hanged in one of the city’s parks not far from his home, police said in a statement. A murder probe has been launched, with police investigating that the killing could have been made to look like suicide, among other leads, the statement read.

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Rackets of Love Jihad, Rape Jihad and Conversion Jihad Are Pro-Active in Indian State Uttar Pradesh to Demoralize the Hindus There

Multiple cases of Love Jihad, Rape Jihad and Conversion Jihad are reported in Uttar Pradesh recently to harm the Hindu girls and women. But, the police have failed to give justice to the victims.

Upendra Bharti | HENB | Lucknow | July 3, 2021:: The series of cases of abduction, rape, gang-rape forced conversion and marriage of Hindu girls including many minors in Uttar Pradesh by Muslim perpetrators have caused an upheaval among Hindu organizations. After learning that the victim was abducted and forcibly converted, Hindu rights activist Pranshu Joshi asked the authority in Majhola police station today to ensure the speedy recovery of the kidnapped girl. He has urged the cops to take strict action against the Muslim accused. He has warned the cops of a mass agitation if they fail to ensure the safe return of the victim within 72 hours.

Moradabad : Hindu Girl abducted by Salman and his brothers, forcibly converted to Islam, police failed to arrest the perpetrators and recover the girl.

On Monday (July 26), a Hindu girl was abducted and forcibly converted to Islam by Muslim miscreants in Kanshiram Nagar in the Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The area falls under the jurisdiction of the Majhola police station.

As per reports, the victim hailed from a poor family. Given their financial condition, they became the target of the family of one Mehboob and Dilkhush. Their son, identified as primary accused Salman, had earlier molested the victim on several occasions. The girl’s family had even filed a complaint with the police and a case was registered in the matter. Although he refrained from his lecherous acts for some time, Salman was found molesting the girl yet again after a few days. On complaining, she was thrashed brutally by the accused and his family….

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China Chides Obama for Holding “Super Spreader Event”

The Chinese Communist Party has accused Barack Obama of creating a “super spreader event” by hosting a party at his Martha’s Vineyard mansion that will be attended by hundreds of people.

As we highlighted earlier, Obama will stage the mass gathering despite a nearby outbreak of the COVID-19 delta variant in Provincetown.

Guests will include Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney, and Steven Spielberg along with around 200 staff to service the privileged attendees.

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Korea: Police Vow Stern Response to Illegal Rallies During Aug. 15 Liberation Day Holiday

SEOUL, Aug. 2 (Yonhap) — The police on Monday warned of strong action against illegal protests, as several civic groups said they planned to gather in downtown Seoul to hold rallies around the Aug. 15 Liberation Day holiday.

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Australian Man Suffers Suspected Heart Attack While Under Arrest for Not Wearing a Mask

A shocking video out of Brisbane, Australia shows an elderly man suffering a suspected heart attack after he was arrested by police for not wearing a mask outside while exercising.

The incident occurred in Brisbane Botanical Gardens on Monday while the man was walking. He has a mask exemption due to his medical condition.

The clip shows the man being handcuffed while complaining about his wrists hurting. A woman who is accompanying the elderly man tries to answer the questions police officers are asking about the man’s place of work.

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Climate Change Duty of Care Campaigners Risk Jail

Environmental activists say a 48-year-old Lismore nurse will face court on Wednesday in Canberra over protest stunts at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association’s headquarters.

Daisy Nutty was with a group of Extinction Rebellion protestors occupying the roof of the APPEA building and blocking traffic in Canberra Tuesday morning.

[Comment: Daisy Nutty?]

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Rival Outlets Use YouTube Censorship of Sky News Australia to Call on the Government to Police More Content

YouTube’s decision to suspend Sky News Australia over “misinformation” brings up the question of the role of Australia’s communications regulator, according to media reports.

As reported by The Age, some media experts feel Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) should review its broadcasting standards so that they are relevant to the current era of misinformation.

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EU Pledges Aid to Lithuania as Migrants Pour in From Belarus

BRUSSELS — The European Union (EU) on Monday pledged millions of euros to help Lithuania tackle a migrant crisis as hundreds attempt every day to cross illegally into the European Union territory from neighboring Belarus.

Ylva Johansson, the EU commissioner of Home Affairs, arrived in Lithuania on Sunday, a day on which a record 287 illegal migrants arrivals were recorded — more than three times as many as in all of last year.

“This is a provocation of the Lukashenko regime. We must show that there is no free access to EU territory,” Johansson said.

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France: Court Hears Migrant Beat Wife After Claiming to Recognise Her on Pornography Website

A 34-year-old man beat his wife after he thought he recognised her while watching a pornographic video online.

The court of Saint-Brieuc heard that in June, a social worker reported to police that she suspected a young migrant Muslim woman had been subjected to domestic abuse. Despite her Islamic veil, evidence of physical violence could be seen.

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German Court Rejects Facebook’s Censorship in Midst of Refugee Crisis

The highest federal court in Germany has ruled that blocking two users for comments on Facebook about the 2018 migration wave was illegal and violated freedom of speech, reported the server of the weekly Der Spiegel, referring to the court’s verdict. Facebook flagged the posts, deleted them, and blocked the authors — one for thirty days, the other for three.

The court said that the company can delete posts and block users in case of violation of the rules, but those concerned must be informed in time of any blockage and must be given space to explain their comments.

Facebook users seeking legal redress wrote the posts in 2018.

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Italy: Don’t Let Migrants Into the Country, Salvini Calls on the Government

Head of Italian League Matteo Salvini called on the Italian government not to allow migrants to land in Italy. Hundreds of migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean by NGO ships over the weekend.

According to Salvini, illegal arrivals of migrants across the Mediterranean must be stopped by the end of August. He is very critical of current Minister of the Interior Luciana Lamorgese, who replaced him two years ago at the head of the ministry.

Over the weekend, NGO ships helped several migrant vessels and took over 700 migrants on board. The Ocean Viking ship of the French NGO SOS Méditerranée has about 550 migrants. Other people were picked up by ships from the German organizations Sea Watch and ResQship.

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Lithuania: Tens of Irregular Migrants Detained and Turned Back at Border Overnight

Lithuanian border officials last night detained tens of irregular migrants at the border and turned them back to Belarus, Deputy Defense Minister Arnoldas Abramavicius said on Tuesday.

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UK: ‘The Truth is Coming Out’, Farage Tells Breitbart as Lifeboats Allegedly Prioritise Ferrying Migrants

A seemingly vindicated Nigel Farage told Breitbart News that “the truth is coming out” after a report claimed that the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) was neglecting its stated mission of rescue work because it is too busy ferrying illegal boat migrants ashore in the English Channel.

A lifeboat expert who works in the English Channel has revealed that members of the charity told him that they had refused rescue calls because their craft were too busy bringing boat migrants ashore.

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UK: Migrant Flashes ‘V for Victory’ Sign as Baby and Young Children Are Among Nearly 80 Latest Arrivals in Dover

Home Office spends £5,000 a day to put them up in three-star hotel closed to the public

A migrant was seen flashing a ‘V for Victory’ sign as he arrived in Dover alongside dozens of others including babies and young children — with the Home Office spending £5,000 a day to put up new arrivals in a three-star hotel.

Around 25 men, mainly from the Middle East in their late teens or early 20s, were picked up by Border Force at around 8am today before being brought into the port.

The group were seen wearing coats and hoodies after making the perilous 21-mile journey — with some carrying their possessions in camouflage-patterned rucksacks and another young man using a walking stick to make his way up the gangway.

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Great Reset: World Economic Forum Declares the ‘Age of Human Robots is Over’

The globalist World Economic Forum has released a video in which three “futurists” predict what human life will look like after the so-called Great Reset, foretelling that technology will replace the “age of human robots”.

“Take a walk into the future,” the World Economic Forum (WEF) implored users on social media on Monday, as they presented the Great Reset technological wonders which will free humanity from manual labour in favour of work which requires “understanding what it means to be human.”

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Twitter Joins Forces With Associated Press and Reuters to Combat “Misinformation”

Twitter has announced that it is bringing the Associated Press and Reuters agencies on board as a way to suppress what it considers to be misinformation and at the same time give more prominence on the platform to this type of news media, who are supposed to be accepted as trustworthy and authoritative by the very fact they are large corporate outlets.

The collaboration, that will be taking place within something Twitter calls its Curation Team, appears to be designed to steer users in a certain direction, whether it’s about “adding (obviously, ‘curated’) context” to news appearing on the platform, putting misinformation labels on posts, or tweaking the ranking of search results and Top Trends.

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YouTube Ripper y2mate Blocked in Some Countries After Possible Legal Challenges

With an estimated 128 million visitors per month, Y2Mate is probably the world’s largest YouTube-to-MP3 ripping site. Intriguingly, the platform is currently showing a shutdown message to millions of users, noting that the service has completely shut down. That is not the case.

Y2Mate.com is possibly the most popular platform in this sector, but recent developments have prompted concerns about the site’s future.

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4 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/3/2021

  1. Swedish researchers prove that residence permit does not help apathetic refugee children

    “Apathetic” refugee children have long been a well-known phenomenon in Sweden, with parents claiming that their children suffered from apathy after the family received a deportation order. In recent years, this phenomenon has been criticized, as many believed that parents forced their children to feign this condition so that the family could obtain a residence permit in Sweden. Now the results of a new study are presented that show that the best way to treat children with this diagnosis is to separate them from their parents and not give the family a residence permit in Sweden.

    The first documented case of “humility syndrome” in Sweden was recorded in 1998 in the north of the country, when a Chechen boy remained bedridden, apathetic and needed to be force-fed while the family waited for a residence permit. When the family received it, the boy immediately recovered.

    The peak in the number of “apathetic” children in Sweden was in the period 2003-2005. From January 2003 to April 2005, 424 cases of children with the disease were registered. Children suffering from humility syndrome (apathetic children) have always come from families of migrants from the countries of the former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. At the same time, critical voices rang out, claiming that parents forced their children to feign apathy.

    Despite this, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare issued an order that “apathetic” children should be diagnosed with “humility syndrome”. The guidance document states that the most effective treatment for children with severe humility syndrome is to grant the whole family a permanent residence permit in Sweden.

    More recently, a new study by Swedish doctors from Karolinska and Lund Universities has come up with completely different recommendations for the treatment of apathetic refugee children.

    The results were amazing.

    Of the 13 sick children, all 8 children who were separated from their parents recovered. And out of 5 not separated, only 1 recovered.

    The study also found that a Swedish residence permit does not help the treatment of an apathetic child.

    Thus, absolutely all children whose families were not granted residence permits recovered. However, among those who received a residence permit, only one in five recovered.

    In conclusion, the researchers write that their results are questioning the leadership of the Swedish National Council for Health and Welfare.

    https://swedinfo.ru/novosti-stokgolma/3912-shvedskie-issledovateli-dokazali-chto-vnzh-ne-pomogaet-apatichnym-detyam-bezhentsam

  2. Muslim first name barometer 2020: 21.7% of births in France, 55% in the 93. Find out the figures for your department
    https://www.fdesouche.com/2021/08/02/barometre-2020-du-prenom-musulman-217-des-naissances-en-france-55-dans-le-93-decouvrez-les-chiffres-de-votre-departement/

    Lina and Mohamed, at the top of the top 10 most given names to babies in 2020 in Seine-Saint-Denis (Update: Analysis)
    https://www.fdesouche.com/2021/08/01/lina-et-mohamed-en-tete-du-top-10-des-prenoms-les-plus-donnes-aux-bebes-en-2020-en-seine-saint-denis-insee/

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