Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/24/2021

A school bus driver in Pasco, Washington was stabbed to death on his bus in the presence of children. Police say the suspect, who is now in police custody, was unknown to his victim.

In other news, the man who opened fire in a Tennessee Kroger and shot fifteen people, killing one, before killing himself has been identified as Uk Thang, a third-party contractor with Kroger.

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Thanks to Caroline Glick, Dean, DV, LP, MissPiggy, Reader from Chicago, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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Financial Crisis
» Bitcoin Crashes After China Rules All Crypto-Related Transactions Illegal
 
USA
» “It’s a Ghost Town” — Shocking Images Show Downtown Chicago “Depressingly” Empty During Day
» Biden Govt, Secret Service, FBI Purchase Drones From Firm Complying With Chinese Government Data Requests
» Bishops Report 95 Attacks on Catholic Churches in US Since May 2020
» Breaking: Chris Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former Boss
» Derek Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction in George Floyd Case
» Florida Judge Halts City’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
» Lansing Man Gets 10 Years in Prison for Conspiring to Support ISIS
» Loudoun County Changes Rules to Prevent Matt Walsh From Speaking at School Board, So Walsh Becomes Resident
» Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Rails Against COVID ‘Tyranny, ‘ Calls for Mass Civil Disobedience
» Montezuma-Cortez School Board Passes Resolution Opposing Critical Race Theory
» MSU Students: Community Engage in Protest Over Mask Mandate
» Olympia Man Arrested After Being Caught on Camera Shooting at Proud Boy Member in Olympia, WA
» Oregon Declares it Okay for Vaccinated People to Kiss on Dates Again
» Pennsylvania Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS
» Project Liberty is a Decentralized Internet Project Funded by Billionaire Frank McCourt
» Protests Against Vaccine Mandates Planned Across the Bay Area
» Review Board Finds Google’s Retaliation Over Conservative Employee’s Comments Violated “Protected Worker Behavior”
» Rose McGowan Claims She Was Run Off Road, Home Invasion After Clinton Outburst
» School Bus Driver Now Dead After He Was Stabbed While Children Still on Board
» State Assembly Sets Vote on ‘Critical Race Theory’
» ‘Third-Party Vendor’ Shot 15,1 Fatally, At Tennessee Kroger Before Killing Himself, Police Say
» Too Late: House Passes Amendment to Defund Wuhan Lab Middleman Outfit EcoHealth Alliance
» Video: Suspect Smashes Stained Glass Windows at Armenian Church in Van Nuys
» Watch: White Male Students Forced From ‘Multicultural’ Space at Arizona State Because ‘Whiteness is Not a Culture’
» Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Arson Linked to California Wildfire
» Woman Who Died in Tennessee Kroger Shooting Identified; Gunman Was Third-Party Vendor, Police Say
» YouTube Backtracks on Censorship of Illinois School Board Meeting Over COVID Comments
 
Canada
» East Van Church Vandalism Results in Charges Laid
» Protestors Plan to Block a Major Vancouver Intersection This Weekend
» Toronto Men Caught With Bomb-Making Materials, Al-Qaeda-Related Literature, Documents Say
 
Europe and the EU
» British Funeral Director: COVID-19 Deaths Were Inflated, Mass Vaccination Came Before ‘Huge Explosion’ In Death Counts
» Central Europe Could Become ‘Factory of Europe’: Report
» Dutch Boy Sues Dad to Get COVID Jab
» French ISIS ‘Squad Leader’ Sentenced to Life by Appeals Court
» Hungary to Refund €1.7 Billion of Income Tax to Families
» Insulate Britain Protesters Glue Themselves to a Tanker at Dover
» Merkel Booed in Home Constituency Days Before German Federal Election
» Stop Le Steal: France’s Macron is Quietly Changing Election Dates and Pushing Mail-in Voting to Hold Onto Power
» Switzerland: ‘Globalist Dictatorship Taking Hold as Police Unleash Rubber Bullets, Water Cannons on Vax Passport Protesters
» UK Should Have Done a Trade Deal With Trump, Says Farage
» UK: Extinction Rebellion: Paralympian James Brown Jailed for Plane Glue Stunt
» UK: Social Distancing Could Return if COVID Cases Increase This Winter, Says Professor Lockdown
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Caroline Glick: Israel’s “Blame My Predecessor” Iran Strategy
 
Far East
» Chinese Reporter Demands ‘Iron Fist’ Against ‘Arrogant Countries’ Challenging China
» Investigation: U.S. Has Funded Over 250 Studies for Chinese Military Researchers
 
Australia — Pacific
» It’s All Making Sense Now Why the Laws in Australia Were Changed That the Globalists Foreign Troops Being Sent Here
» Melbourne Sets New World Record for Longest Lockdown
» More Disgusting Police Brutality in Australia as Orange Vest Protests Continue
 
Immigration
» Czech PM: The Extinction of Europe Won’t be Prevented Through Migration, But by Increasing the Birthrate
» Illegal Migrants Flood Into Germany From Poland Amid Lukashenko’s Hybrid War
» Illegal Migrants Behave Like Tourists in Belarus
» It Never Happened: Photographer Who Took Viral Border Patrol ‘Whipping’ Photo Says Nobody Was Whipped
» Orban: Mass Migration Agenda Part of ‘Global Plan’ To Create ‘New Proletariat’ In the West
» Pence in Hungary: You Can be for Working-Class Families or Open Borders — Not Both
» US Border Patrol Outraged by Biden’s Condemnation of Debunked ‘Whipping’ Allegation: ‘He Just Started a War’
 
Culture Wars
» Activists Slam Minnesota School Board Over Sex Ed That Has Students Role Play Trans or Gay Relationships
» Brave Introduces Brave Talk, A Private Zoom Alternative That Works Directly in the Browser
» Nancy Pelosi Insists Abortion is Not ‘Child Sacrifice’
» Regional Polish Parliament Bends to EU Pressure, Repeals Law Opposing Spread of ‘LGBT Ideology’
» Video: School Board Attempts to Silence Parent Reading Out Pedo Porn Books From Its Own Library
» Watch: Andy Ngo Reveals Latest Details in the Wi Spa Indecent Exposure Case to Tucker Carlson
» Woman With Down Syndrome Loses Challenge to UK Eugenic Abortion Law
 

Bitcoin Crashes After China Rules All Crypto-Related Transactions Illegal

The People’s Bank of China revived its tough stance on digital currencies on Friday, ruling all crypto-related trading activities illegal and banning overseas crypto exchanges from providing services to mainland investors.

The regulator announced plans to bar financial institutions, payment companies and internet firms from facilitating cryptocurrency trading, as well as to strengthen monitoring of risks from such activities.

“Overseas virtual currency exchanges that use the internet to offer services to domestic residents is also considered illegal financial activity,” the PBOC said in a Q&A posted to its website.

Financial institutions and non-bank payment institutions cannot offer services to activities and operations related to virtual currencies,” the central bank said.

The move sent bitcoin and other virtual currencies plummeting. The world’s number one digital asset by market capitalization dropped over 5% to below $42,000. Other cryptocurrencies followed the declining trend with ether dropping 10% to below $2,800, while dogecoin crashed over 8% to below $0.20, according to the Coinmarketcap website.

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

“It’s a Ghost Town” — Shocking Images Show Downtown Chicago “Depressingly” Empty During Day

Authored by Mark Glennon via Wirepoints.org

“Have you been downtown lately? It’s nearly empty.”

Canal Street

We hear comments like that more and more often from alarmed readers in the Chicago area. We see it, too, and it’s worsening. So we’re putting up a few pictures for those who haven’t visited lately, and adding the perspective of one downtown restaurant owner.

We took the pictures downtown on Thursday between 9:30 AM and 1:30 PM.

Things seemed to be improving a bit over the summer, but no longer.

Is it COVID, crime or the new trend to remote working?

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Biden Govt, Secret Service, FBI Purchase Drones From Firm Complying With Chinese Government Data Requests

Despite the Trump administration blacklisting DJI — a controversial Chinese technology company — several branches of the federal government under have purchased drones from the firm under President Joe Biden.

DJI Innovations — formerly Da Jiang Innovations Science — currently leads the world’s market drone market, first catching the attention of U.S. intelligence officials in 2015. The organization has admitted complying with Beijing’s data requests, leading the U.S. Army to ban their use in 2017, citing cyber vulnerabilities.

The office of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Los Angeles sent a memo stating officials have “moderate confidence” DJI’s commercial drones and software are “providing US critical infrastructure and law enforcement data to the Chinese government.”

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

Bishops Report 95 Attacks on Catholic Churches in US Since May 2020

There have been at least 95 reported incidents of vandalism of Catholic churches across the United States since May 2020, according to a report by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee for Religious Liberty.

Incidents include arson, the destruction of statues, and the defacement of church buildings and gravestones with swastikas and anti-Catholic language.

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

Breaking: Chris Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former Boss

On Friday, CNN’s Chris Cuomo was accused by long-time television journalist Shelley Ross of sexually harassing her once in the past when they worked together at ABC News, and now feels that Cuomo should use his position at CNN to “journalistically repent” for his past behavior.

The accusation came in a Friday morning opinion piece written for the New York Times by Ross, where she outlined the 2005 incident.

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

Derek Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction in George Floyd Case

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is moving forward to appeal the sentence and conviction he received in the murder case of George Floyd.

CBS Minnesota reported that Chauvin filed his own 11th-hour appeal Thursday.

According to Reuters, Chauvin argues “that the judge in his case abused his discretion and made multiple errors during the trial.”

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

Florida Judge Halts City’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours)

A judge in Florida on Wednesday blocked a city’s COVID-19 mandate from taking effect.

Circuit Judge Monica Brasington, a Sen. Rick Scott appointee, granted a request for an emergency injunction. That means the mandate, which was slated to take effect on Oct. 1, is blocked for now.

“The city did not put on any evidence, at all, at the injunction hearing,” Brasington wrote in a 7-page ruling.

“Without any evidence, the court is unable to consider whether the vaccine mandate serves a compelling interest through the least restrictive means, whether the vaccine mandate meets a strict scrutiny test, a rational basis test, or whether it meets any other standard,” she added.

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Lansing Man Gets 10 Years in Prison for Conspiring to Support ISIS

DETROIT (FOX 2) — A Lansing man was sentenced Wednesday to serve more than 10 years in prison for conspiring to provide support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) in 2019.

Mohamed Salat Haji, 28, was sentenced to serve 130 months in federal prison for conspiring to provide material support to ISIS and will also serve 12 years supervision after his release

The sentence was lighter than the government had sought, which was 240 months, and was consistent with the sentence recommended by the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.

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Loudoun County Changes Rules to Prevent Matt Walsh From Speaking at School Board, So Walsh Becomes Resident

Following protests at a Loudoun County school board meeting earlier this summer and mobilization of a planned protest at an upcoming meeting, the board has changed the requirements to attend the meeting to bar non-locals from commenting.

Daily Wire host Matt Walsh has organized a “Stand Up For Your Kids” protest to take place on Sept. 28, the same day and location as the next school board meeting.

“The Loudoun County school board in VA has imposed a radical trans policy allowing males access to girl’s restrooms and teams,” states the protest’s Facebook page. “Teachers are required to use preferred pronouns. To protest this madness, I’ll be leading a rally outside the school board meeting on September 28. Join us!”

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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Rails Against COVID ‘Tyranny, ‘ Calls for Mass Civil Disobedience

Megadeth lead singer and guitarist Dave Mustaine called out the widespread COVID “tyranny” during a concert last week and called for mass civil disobedience.

“Is there anybody here besides me who’s having a great f****** time?” Mustaine asked to explosive cheers on Wednesday at a New Jersey show.

[Comment: Article dated September 19th, 2021.]

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Montezuma-Cortez School Board Passes Resolution Opposing Critical Race Theory

The Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 Board of Education passed a motion to approve a “Resolution Opposing Principles of Critical Race Theory” document at its September meeting on Tuesday.

The board established a committee to comb through school curriculum and remove “embedded” traces of critical race theory.

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MSU Students: Community Engage in Protest Over Mask Mandate

BOZEMAN — It’s a huge debate all over the country, and now it’s here on Montana State University’s campus.

Around noon Friday, a couple of dozen students and community members gathered to hold a protest against the current mask mandate at MSU.

“I feel that each student has the liberty to make a choice, the liberty to make a choice about their own health and what they feel is best for them, and they shouldn’t be forced to do anything concerning their health,” said Luke Herzog, who’s against the mandate.

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Olympia Man Arrested After Being Caught on Camera Shooting at Proud Boy Member in Olympia, WA

Olympia Police arrested a 36-year-old Olympia resident Thursday for the September 4 shooting, which occurred during dueling protests between groups allied with Antifa and the Proud Boys.

The suspect was booked into the Thurston County Jail for first-degree assault. Olympia Police said in a statement, that the investigation, as well as “investigations into other disturbances that happened that day, is ongoing.”

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Oregon Declares it Okay for Vaccinated People to Kiss on Dates Again

The Oregon Health Authority declared on Thursday, “If you’re vaccinated, and your date is vaccinated, and you both are generally being safe otherwise, get intimate!”

On Facebook OHA wrote, “Across Oregon, college students are returning to campuses and finding that dating and relationships are different than before the COVID-19 pandemic. Sometimes navigating the world of dating, relationships and sex can be confusing and awkward, but with COVID-19 there are additional concerns and health risks.”

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Pennsylvania Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS

A Pennsylvania man pleaded guilty today to one count of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

Mustafa Mousab Alowemer, 23, of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to provide material support to ISIS in relation to his plan to attack a church in Pittsburgh.

“The defendant, motivated by ISIS’s call to violence and hate, plotted a terrorist attack targeting a church in Pittsburgh,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Mark J. Lesko of the Justice Department’s National Security Division. “With today’s guilty plea, he will be held accountable for his crimes. The Department of Justice is committed to identifying, disrupting and holding accountable individuals who seek to engage in such attacks. I commend the agents, analysts and prosecutors who identified the threat posed by this defendant and took action to protect the public from his plans.”

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Project Liberty is a Decentralized Internet Project Funded by Billionaire Frank McCourt

Frank McCourt, a real estate billionaire, is funding a decentralized social networking project. Decentralizing social networking has been touted as a solution to the monopolistic powers of Big Tech.

“If you look at the way the internet developed with Web 2.0, you’ve got these massive data structures that are built by all of us behind proprietary enclosures: the global search index at Google, the global product index at Amazon, the global social graph at Facebook,” McCourt said, according to Fast Company. “The thought is these large data structures created by the public should be owned by no one; they should be public.”

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Protests Against Vaccine Mandates Planned Across the Bay Area

People opposed to vaccine mandates will take to the streets of Walnut Creek and other places across the Bay Area to protest.

The planned protest Friday evening outside Walnut Creek City Hall is intended to send a message: “Stop the vaccine mandates! We do not comply!”

Ahead of the Friday evening protest, people in San Jose also were expected to show support for police officers, firefighters and health care workers who have refused to get the vaccine in spite of an on-the-job mandate.

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

Review Board Finds Google’s Retaliation Over Conservative Employee’s Comments Violated “Protected Worker Behavior”

A 2018 controversy involving then Google engineer Kevin Cernekee has found some resolution in the ruling of the National Labor Review Board (NLRB), to which Cernekee turned after he was fired by the tech giant.

Reports say that while Google’s decision to fire the engineer was found to have been justified because of his improper use of company equipment, the NLRB also determined that Google violated labor laws and Cernekee’s rights.

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Rose McGowan Claims She Was Run Off Road, Home Invasion After Clinton Outburst

Weeks after threatening to reveal sensitive info on the Clintons, Rose McGowan now claims she was run off the road and had her home broken into.

Just a coincidence, I’m sure.

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School Bus Driver Now Dead After He Was Stabbed While Children Still on Board

During the attack, the school bus jumped a curb and crashed into nearby hedges, according to police.

PASCO, Wash. — A bus driver was stabbed while he was driving students on Friday afternoon, according to our fellow CBS station, KEPR.

The attack happened shortly after 3:00 p.m. near Longfellow Elementary School in Pasco.

Pasco Police say the man attacked the bus driver and stabbed him at least once. During the attack, the school bus jumped a curb and crashes into nearby hedges. The suspect was arrested.

The bus driver was taken to the hospital and has been pronounced dead.

Police say that the bus driver did not know the attacker.

Pasco School District released a statement about the attack in a Facebook post.

“Pasco Police, Fire, and paramedics responded to an assault of a bus driver at Longfellow Elementary this afternoon. There are no student injuries,” they wrote.

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State Assembly Sets Vote on ‘Critical Race Theory’

MADISON— The Wisconsin Assembly plans to vote next week on a Republican bill that would prohibit public schools from teaching students and training employees about concepts such as systemic racism and implicit bias.

A Republican-controlled Assembly committee on Wednesday approved the bill on a party-line vote. It is slated to be taken up by the full Assembly on Tuesday. The measure likely faces a veto by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, a former state schools superintendent.

The bill is part of a nationwide push among conservatives to ban the teaching of critical race theory, which argues that racism is an inherent feature of the nation’s social structures and policies, the Wisconsin State Journal reported on Thursday.

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‘Third-Party Vendor’ Shot 15,1 Fatally, At Tennessee Kroger Before Killing Himself, Police Say

COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — The man who opened fire at a Tennessee supermarket was a “third-party vendor” who wounded 15 people — one fatally — before taking his own life, police said Friday.

The victims included 10 employees and five customers at a Kroger on New Byhalia Road in Collierville, a suburb about 30 miles east of downtown Memphis, city police Chief Dale Lane told reporters.

“Was he an employee? He was a third-party vendor for Kroger,” Lane said of the suspected shooter, who was identified as a 29-year-old Uk Thang.

Investigators believe they know the motive, but Lane declined to immediately reveal what might have sparked Thursday’s bloodshed.

“We have a pretty good picture now (of the motive) but that’s not something that I’m ready to release at this point, we need to make sure that we don’t do anything to compromise this investigation,” Lane told NBC News.

The carnage was unlike anything the chief said he’s ever seen…

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Too Late: House Passes Amendment to Defund Wuhan Lab Middleman Outfit EcoHealth Alliance

The House passed an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act Thursday that will seeing all funding blocked to EcoHealth Alliance, the outfit that fuelled US money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for gain of function experiments that some scientists believe led to the COVID pandemic.

Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Guy Reschenthaler introduced the amendment, noting “It is deeply disturbing that EcoHealth Alliance funneled American taxpayer dollars to support dangerous and potentially deadly research at the WIV, a laboratory run by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and tied to military biological research and the probable origin of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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Video: Suspect Smashes Stained Glass Windows at Armenian Church in Van Nuys

LOS ANGELES — An investigation is underway after a suspect used a baseball bat to smash multiple stained-glass windows at an Armenian church in Van Nuys, police said.

Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department were called to Saint Peter Armenian Apostolic Church located at the intersection of Louis Avenue and Sherman Way at 1:30 a.m. Thursday.

The incident is being investigated as vandalism but the church believes it should be considered a hate crime.

According to Fr. Shnork Demirjian, the incident occurred one day after the 30th anniversary of the independence of Armenia.

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

Watch: White Male Students Forced From ‘Multicultural’ Space at Arizona State Because ‘Whiteness is Not a Culture’

A video clip emerged on Thursday showing two young, female students of color harassing two white, male students to leave the “multicultural” students space at Arizona State University.

Two students were sitting at a table studying, and one of them had a “police lives matter” sticker on his laptop when two other students, both women, walked over to tell them that their presence was offensive.

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Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Arson Linked to California Wildfire

A 30-year-old woman from Palo Alto, California was arrested on allegations she ignited the Fawn wildfire near Redding, a town more than 250 miles away, after she was found trespassing in the area and “acting irrationally.”

The woman, identified as Alexandra Souverneva, was charged with arson to wildland on Thursday, according to Cal Fire officials cited by a local CBS affiliate, while another local outlet reported that she is now being held on $100,000 bail at the Shasta County Jail.

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Woman Who Died in Tennessee Kroger Shooting Identified; Gunman Was Third-Party Vendor, Police Say

COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — Police on Friday said the gunman in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store that killed one and injured 14 others was a third-party vendor for Kroger who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

They also identified the woman who died in the shooting as Olivia King.

Friends told the Memphis Commercial Appeal, part of the USA TODAY Network, that King was a longtime resident of the area.

“She was just sweet,” King’s longtime friend David Fraser said.

“Kind, polite, thoughtful,” added friend Maureen Fraser, standing beside him Thursday on the sidewalk near the blocked-off Kroger grocery store.

The Frasers said they had known King for years. She was from San Antonio and was widowed with three sons: one in the Navy, one in the Air Force and one who had just earned a doctorate, they said.

They said she attended Catholic Mass nearly every day and had previously worked as a financial secretary at a local school.

Police Chief Dale Lane said Friday that officials are “getting a clearer picture of what occurred” but did not confirm the shooter’s motive. The suspect, who was found dead at the back of the store, was identified as Uk Thang, 29.

Of the 15 people who were shot, 10 were Kroger employees and five were customers, Lane said…

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YouTube Backtracks on Censorship of Illinois School Board Meeting Over COVID Comments

YouTube deleted videos of an Illinois school board meeting, allegedly over the violation of its strict COVID-19 rules.

The Springfield District Board said YouTube removed videos of a June 21 meeting over the violation of “medical misinformation policy, presumably due to the public comment portion.”

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East Van Church Vandalism Results in Charges Laid

Emily and Zoe Luba, both aged 27 years, have been charged with mischief in connection with the throwing of orange paint at a church in East Vancouver on Canada Day Jul. 1 2021.

The incident where the Lubas are alleged to have taken part occurred at around 10:45pm on that evening at the Renfrew-Collingwood church.

According to Vancouver Is Awesome, the pair are strong public advocates for Vancouver’s large and growing homeless population. They have come out as strongly against what is known as “demoviction”, where the homeless are displaced by the demolition and/or renovation of existing structures.

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Protestors Plan to Block a Major Vancouver Intersection This Weekend

A group of demonstrators calling on the B.C. government to take urgent action on the climate emergency plans to block a major intersection in Vancouver this weekend.

Extinction Rebellion’s Vancouver chapter plans to block the intersection of Main Street and Broadway on Saturday (Sept. 25) following a family-friendly event in Prince Edward Park.

The demonstrators will gather in the park at 3773 Prince Edward Street at noon for a family-friendly event offering art, music, and activities for children.

Extinction Rebellion member and President of Unifor Local 950 Brent Eichler tells Vancouver Is Awesome that the group plans to stay in the park for about an hour before they move to a second location near Main Street and 18th Avenue for some music.

The group will arrive at Main Street and Broadway around 2 p.m. and they are expecting “civil disobedience and arrests.”

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Toronto Men Caught With Bomb-Making Materials, Al-Qaeda-Related Literature, Documents Say

Kevin Omar Mohamed and Daniel Khoshnood, both released from prison recently, have been found in gross violation of probation for downloading terrorist-related materials.

Mohamed and Khoshnood were found to have met with each other, as seen on a surveillance camera at the Yonge-Bloor subway interchange in downtown Toronto. Also, both of them were using smartphones in violation of their probation agreement.

According to Global News, both Mohamed and Khoshnood were found to have downloaded much of the same material into their phones, including hundreds of videos put out by the Taliban, Al Qaeda and ISIS, who have been emboldened in the wake of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.

In addition, the pair had between them, among other things, literature justifying the killing of women and children, as well as instructional materials on the subjects of making bombs and poisons.

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British Funeral Director: COVID-19 Deaths Were Inflated, Mass Vaccination Came Before ‘Huge Explosion’ In Death Counts

Speaking to host Stew Peters on the Stew Peters Show, British funeral director John O’Looney claimed that COVID-19 deaths are being inflated, and that a mass death scenario in the near future will be blamed on coronavirus variants.

John O’Looney, a British funeral director, claims mass vaccination could lead to a large spike in deaths that allows governments to call for more restrictive COVID-19 policies, including COVID-19 quarantine camps like those seen in Australia and elsewhere. “It’s called the advocate method,” O’Looney told Stew Peters.

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Central Europe Could Become ‘Factory of Europe’: Report

Poland could benefit much from a possible relocation of production from Asia to Central Europe, according to the report prepared by PIE. Almost 15 percent of Polish imports are comprised of products characterized by a high level of dependency on supply from outside of the EU.

Of the experts surveyed for the report “EU strategic autonomy: possibility of relocating production, import dependency and chances for Poland,” , 67.5 percent noted that by 2030 Central Europe will solidify itself as a “factory of Europe” and that an at least partial relocation of production from Asia to Poland and the broader region will occur.

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Dutch Boy Sues Dad to Get COVID Jab

A Dutch judge has ruled in favor of a 12-year-old’s wish to get the COVID-19 shot so he can visit his dying grandmother, in defiance of his vaccine-skeptic father’s objections, Groningen District Court said on Thursday.

The unnamed boy in the northern Dutch city argued that getting the vaccine would reduce his chances of infecting his grandmother, who is battling lung cancer.

It is one of the first cases of its kind.

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French ISIS ‘Squad Leader’ Sentenced to Life by Appeals Court

French Islamic State “squad leader” and recruiter Tyler Vilus was sentenced to life in prison by a French appeals court this week for crimes he committed while with the terrorist group in Syria.

The Special Assize Court of Paris sentenced the 31-year-old to life in prison, an increase compared to the 30-year-sentence he had been given in July of last year for his participation in murders while in Syria from 2013 to 2015.

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Hungary to Refund €1.7 Billion of Income Tax to Families

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government has pledged to refund families their income taxes in 2022, around €1.7 billion (£1.45 billion/$2 billion).

Prime Minister Orban announced the new measure at the opening of the Hungarian parliament session earlier this week, saying that the cash would be sent to 1.9 million parents across the country. Reimbursements will not exceed that of the amount of tax paid by the average wage earner.

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Insulate Britain Protesters Glue Themselves to a Tanker at Dover

Two Insulate Britain protesters glued themselves to a tanker as demonstrators they blocked the Port of Dover in Kent on Friday.

Police have arrested 39 activists after they blocked the A20 road.

Angry motorists again clashed with protesters after they clambered on top of lorries and glued themselves to the road causing traffic attempting to cross the Channel to grind to a halt.

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Merkel Booed in Home Constituency Days Before German Federal Election

Outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel was met with boos and whistles at a campaign event alongside her successor Armin Laschet in her home constituency, just days before Germans go to the polls.

Merkel and Mr Laschet, who is leading the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) campaign, spoke to a crowd in Stralsund in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on Tuesday, an area that has been the home constituency of Ms Merkel for decades.

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Stop Le Steal: France’s Macron is Quietly Changing Election Dates and Pushing Mail-in Voting to Hold Onto Power

France’s summer was marred by the rollout of a national vaccine passport and the ensuing protests which continue to take place every Saturday across the country. In the midst of this social tension, a politically significant event was given little note.

In July, the French Interior Ministry — responsible for organizing national elections — presented the official dates for the upcoming and much anticipated 2022 Presidential election. While every French Presidential election runoff has occurred in early May since 1974, the government, with the approval of the nation’s council of Ministers, opted to advance the dates of the election to April 10th for the first round and April 24th for the runoff vote.

This change is significant because it conflicts with national public holidays.

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Switzerland: ‘Globalist Dictatorship Taking Hold as Police Unleash Rubber Bullets, Water Cannons on Vax Passport Protesters

Demonstrations against COVID tyranny in Switzerland are being met with force by police who are employing increasingly aggressive tactics and weapons to disperse crowds and discourage resistance.

The federal government gave just five days notice ahead of a nationwide mandate that went into effect on September 13, sparking rolling protests against medical tyranny across the nation.

The largest marches have taken place in the capital city of Bern with the latest kicking off on Thursday night.

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UK Should Have Done a Trade Deal With Trump, Says Farage

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has criticised Boris Johnson for returning from his first in-person meeting with Joe Biden without hopes of starting negotiations for a trade agreement, remarking that a deal should have been struck during the Donald Trump administration.

“Boris, where’s the beef?” Mr Farage said on GB News, after Prime Minister Johnson returned to the UK empty-handed, admitting that the Biden administration is not doing free trade agreements.

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UK: Extinction Rebellion: Paralympian James Brown Jailed for Plane Glue Stunt

A former Paralympic champion who glued himself to the roof of a plane during an Extinction Rebellion protest has been jailed for a year.

James Brown, who is visually impaired, climbed on to the British Airways plane at London City Airport in October 2019.

The 56-year-old glued his right hand to the Amsterdam-bound plane, wedging his phone in the door so it wouldn’t close.

“You cynically used your disability to put your plan into action,” Judge Gregory Perrins said.

The double gold medallist from Exeter was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, of which he will serve half, at Southwark Crown Court.

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UK: Social Distancing Could Return if COVID Cases Increase This Winter, Says Professor Lockdown

Social distancing could return in the Winter if there is a “significant uptick” in hospital admissions for the Chinese coronavirus, but a “full-blown lockdown” is unlikely, Professor Neil Ferguson has said.

The remarks come after months of government officials preparing Britons to be ready to accept yet more restrictions after the end of measures that Prime Minister Boris Johnson had said were “irreversible”.

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Caroline Glick: Israel’s “Blame My Predecessor” Iran Strategy

Last week, Foreign Policy magazine published an interview with Defense Minister Benny Gantz. In it, Gantz said that Israel has dropped its opposition to the Biden administration’s plan to return to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. With Gantz’s statement, the full expanse of the Lapid-Gantz-Bennett government’s strategy for contending with Iran’s nuclear program has come into view. And it is deeply alarming.

Over the past several weeks and months, the discourse about Iran’s nuclear program has been dominated by the question of how far Iran is from “nuclear breakout.” Nuclear breakout is the point at which a state has the independent capacity to build a nuclear weapon at will, within a relatively short time. Such states are referred to as “nuclear threshold states.”

Soon after he took office in January, U.S. Secretary of State Tony Blinken said that Iran was 3-4 months away from nuclear breakout. Now, eight months on, the Biden administration says Iran is up to a month away from nuclear breakout.

These alarming claims are nothing new. In February 2020 for instance, the U.S. assessed that Iran was up to four months away from nuclear breakout.

The contradictions and disputes about when Iran would be able to build atomic bombs at will don’t mean the assessments are worthless. They are important guideposts for policymakers. The disparities between where Iran’s nuclear capabilities stood at the time the assessments were made and where it supposedly stands today don’t mean that the assessments were necessarily wrong. Instead they indicate that something has been happening over the past decade or so that has slowed down Iran’s nuclear progress and blocked it from reaching nuclear breakout, despite its efforts and apparent progress towards the nuclear finish line…

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Chinese Reporter Demands ‘Iron Fist’ Against ‘Arrogant Countries’ Challenging China

In response to Lithuania exchanging diplomatic offices with Taiwan, Chinese television host Tian Liu called for the Chinese Communist Party to confront the European country with an “iron fist.”

Liu also urged the application of the mindset “why not kill the chicken to frighten the monkey” to Lithuania in a video posted to Chinese social media platform Weibo on September 2nd.

The reporter also pledges that “any country that challenges our country’s red lines must pay a price.”

“How dare such a small country challenge our great nation,” she asks before reiterating, “let’s teach them a lesson.”

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Investigation: U.S. Has Funded Over 250 Studies for Chinese Military Researchers

Various National Institutes of Health agencies — including Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — have funded over 250 studies authored by researchers at institutions controlled by China’s People’s Liberation Army, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal.

Following a unique investigation into the origins of scientific research papers, the whopping level of collaboration with the Chinese military will further concerns in the United States that the political class has surrendered to the Chinese Communist Party. Last week it emerged that the ranking General in the U.S. Armed Forces agreed to tip off China in advance of a U.S.-led attack.

The unearthed studies, from the National Institutes (NIH) online database, expand upon the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology unearthed by The National Pulse.

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It’s All Making Sense Now Why the Laws in Australia Were Changed That the Globalists Foreign Troops Being Sent Here

The Globalists who have installed over a year ago,a deadly Globalised, privatised, and violent Police force, within the Victorian Police units ,will disguise some of themselves as protesters.

They’ll be violent, to then blame the innocent protesters, and may even deliberately shoot some local innocent ictorian Police, to use as an excuse as a major crackdown, to justify the killing dozens of protesters as the murder of one already isn’t enough.

One protester is already shot in the head left to die ( didn’t hear that on mainstream media I bet — left laying in a pool of blood with a cracked skull after Police shot him, as we reported on ANR yesterday )

The hapless gullible public will believe what ever the Globalists tv controlled channels tell them, ( protesters are bad — so those who can’t think for themselves go — ok what ever you say must be true as my brain is dead from a lack of use )

Those Globalist controllled channels are the ABC , Channel 7,9,10 and the Newspapers.

The local police across Australia must prepare for war against these installed Globalised police and army, as when they discover they are here to complete the take over of our country, and are the enemy of the people,many Police will break ranks.( many are threatening to now)

They have a plan to nullify this by minimising the ammunition local police get,verse the machine guns etc the enemy Globalised Police and soldiers have been given…

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Melbourne Sets New World Record for Longest Lockdown

Rattled by a wave of violent anti-lockdown protests, Australia’s second-largest city has hit a grim pandemic milestone, reportedly becoming the city that has lived the longest under lockdown as infections surge.

Currently in its sixth lockdown since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Melbourne has now officially become the lockdown capital — that’s according to local media, which reported that the city has spent a total of 235 days under restrictions, surpassing the benchmark set by Argentina’s Buenos Aires, which was shut down for 234 days last year.

[Comment: Article dated September 23, 2021.]

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More Disgusting Police Brutality in Australia as Orange Vest Protests Continue

There were more disgraceful examples of police brutality in Australia as construction workers continued to protest against the shut down of their industry and mandatory vaccinations.

Constructions workers in the state of Victoria were told by their union they’d be forced to get the COVID-19 jab or face being fired, prompting major unrest in Melbourne.

In another slap in the face, the government then announced a two week shut down of construction work to punish the protesters.

Demonstrators hit the streets again today but were met with yet more vulgar examples police brutality, including one incident caught on camera where a protester who was already pinned to the ground was stuck by a knee to the back from a riot cop who took a run up.

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Czech PM: The Extinction of Europe Won’t be Prevented Through Migration, But by Increasing the Birthrate

The Czech Republic’s prime minister rejects the idea that immigration must be promoted in order to save an aging Europe all while family formation and births plummet, according to remarks he made Thursday at the Demographic Summit in Budapest, Hungary.

“Mass and uncontrolled migration to Europe has nothing to do with the sustainability of our European society — quite the contrary. The only truly sustainable solution against the extinction of Europe is to increase the birth rate of the indigenous population, which is a path shared by the V4 countries,” said Czech Prime Minister Babis.

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Illegal Migrants Flood Into Germany From Poland Amid Lukashenko’s Hybrid War

The number of illegal migrants making their way westward, from the geographical periphery of the European Union to the inner heartland of the bloc, has risen sharply in the past several weeks as Belarusian President Lukashenko presses ahead with his hybrid war strategy.

Compared to August, which saw 474 migrants enter Germany illegally from Poland, German Federal Police recorded 760 illegal entries into the country in the first three weeks of September alone, a spokesperson for the Federal Ministry of the Interior said.

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Illegal Migrants Behave Like Tourists in Belarus

The Polish Border Guard posted a series of photos on Twitter taken from the phones of illegal migrants, with the photos showing migrants spending their first few days in Minsk taking a stroll and seeing the sights. Only afterward are they transported to the Polish-Belarusian border to cross into Poland.

“The photos revealed from the phones of illegal migrants show that they travel to Belarus for tourism purposes and visit the country’s capital for a few days, then they are transported to the Polish border, where they try to illegally break into Europe,” the Border Guard posted on Twitter.

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It Never Happened: Photographer Who Took Viral Border Patrol ‘Whipping’ Photo Says Nobody Was Whipped

The latest viral outrage over photographs of Border Patrol agents ‘whipping’ (now-moved) Haitian migrants with horse reins has just been debunked by the man who took the photo.

The photographs, taken Sunday, appear to show agents on horses using horse reins to ‘corral’ Haitian migrants — sparking frenzied outrage from the left, including President Biden promising that the agents involved ‘will pay,’ and Vice President Kamala Harris calling for “consequences and accountability” in a Friday appearance on the Covid-stricken The View.

Except, the entire thing is bullshit according to Las Cruces-based photographer Paul Ratje — who told KTSM it never happened.

“Some of the Haitian men started running, trying to go around the horses,” he said, adding “I’ve never seen them whip anyone.”

“He was swinging it, but it can be misconstrued when you’re looking at the picture.”

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Orban: Mass Migration Agenda Part of ‘Global Plan’ To Create ‘New Proletariat’ In the West

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban believes the mass migration agenda is part of a “global plan” to create a “new proletariat” in the West, advanced by people who care nothing for culture and national identity and consider only economics.

Speaking at the 4th Budapest Demographic Conference, organised as a forum where pro-family policies and other measures to reverse population decline without resorting to mass immigration, Orban addressed attendees including former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, the President of Serbia, the Serbian President of Bosnia, and the prime ministers of Slovakia and Slovenia, noting that the cause of national conservatism had “suffered sensitive political losses” in recent years.

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Pence in Hungary: You Can be for Working-Class Families or Open Borders — Not Both

Former Vice President Mike Pence has praised the efforts of national conservative governments in Central Europe to reverse demographic decline through pro-family policies over mass migration in Budapest.

Speaking at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit in Hungary, President Trump’s former running mate was effusive in his praise for the country’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, and other national leaders in attendance for their efforts to rebuild the family, observing that “the leaders of government who are gathered here… know strong families make strong communities, and strong communities make strong nations.”

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US Border Patrol Outraged by Biden’s Condemnation of Debunked ‘Whipping’ Allegation: ‘He Just Started a War’

What does the CBP think after both President Biden and Vice President Harris publicly condemned their agency amidst social media outrage?

They aren’t happy about it. The comments came in the wake of photographer Paul Ratje who documented the incident in question debunking claims of CBP agents whipping migrants.

The “temperature of the room” when it came to the disposition of Border Agents was outlined to those who spoke to Fox News.

The outlet describes their pushback.

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Activists Slam Minnesota School Board Over Sex Ed That Has Students Role Play Trans or Gay Relationships

Activists and parents spoke out earlier this week against a sex-ed program used in a Minnesota school district that has the students role play as transgender or gay partners in sexual relationships.

“Parents are intentionally being deceived and misled about what their children are being taught,” one speaker said at the Richfield School Board meeting on Monday.

The curriculum in question is the 3Rs, a program created by Advocates for Youth, a group partnered with Planned Parenthood, according to Fox News.

“Programs like 3Rs are not effective,” said activist Julie Quist, a Child Protection League board member. Another speaker noted that, “this type of teaching has no place in our schools.”

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Brave Introduces Brave Talk, A Private Zoom Alternative That Works Directly in the Browser

Privacy and security-first Brave browser users can now use the final version of Brave Talk — a video conferencing feature that doesn’t require installation of additional apps or add-ons.

Video conferencing has seen a boom during the pandemic, and even the rise of highly successful alternatives to some apps previously dominating that market — but from Skype to Zoom, most are severely lacking in the privacy department. Announcing Brave Talk on the company blog, its makers mention some of these apps’ most contentious features happening under the hood: call monitoring, collecting metadata, and collecting people’s data that can be monetized by selling or sharing without user consent.

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Nancy Pelosi Insists Abortion is Not ‘Child Sacrifice’

Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) defended the pro-abortion Women’s Health Protection Act on Thursday, insisting that “every woman, everywhere has a constitutional right” to abortion.

Asked for a reaction to a statement by San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone who said this week that the abortion bill is “child sacrifice,” Pelosi declared that the Archbishop and I “have a disagreement.”

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Regional Polish Parliament Bends to EU Pressure, Repeals Law Opposing Spread of ‘LGBT Ideology’

The local parliament of the Swietokrzyskie region (Holy Cross region) is the first to bend under what critics call a form “blackmail” after the European Commission threatened to strip five Polish regions of EU regional structure funds. In response to the threats, the local Polish parliament almost unanimously voted in favor of repealing the law from April 2019 which opposed the spread of ‘LGBT ideology’.

The motion to repeal the law was initiated by Law and Justice (PiS) council leader Andrzej Prus.

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Video: School Board Attempts to Silence Parent Reading Out Pedo Porn Books From Its Own Library

A school board in Virginia attempted to cut off a mother who read out loud from disgusting pedophilia porn books stocked in the school’s own library as part of a “diversity and inclusion” drive.

Stacy Langton addressed Fairfax High School officials on the matter, reading from two books she discovered at the institution.

Langton said “After seeing a September 9th school board meeting in Texas on pornography in schools, I decided to check the titles at my child’s high school, Fairfax High School. The books were available, and we checked them out. Both of these books include pedophilia, sex between men and boys.”

She added that “The illustrations include fellatio, sex toys, masturbation, and violent nudity.”

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Watch: Andy Ngo Reveals Latest Details in the Wi Spa Indecent Exposure Case to Tucker Carlson

The Post Millennial‘s editor-at-large Andy Ngo joined Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Thursday to discuss the latest update on the Wi Spa indecent exposure scandal involving a biological male who identifies as transgender having allegedly exposed her erect penis to a young girl in the women’s area of the spa in June.

Many in media falsely claimed that the incident was a “hoax” and perpetrated that claim through a series of “fact-checking” articles. However, Ngo uncovered the truth, which is that the alleged offender, Darren Agee Merager, was a registered sex offender with multiple prior charges.

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Woman With Down Syndrome Loses Challenge to UK Eugenic Abortion Law

A British court decided Thursday against a young woman with Down syndrome who challenged a law permitting the abortion of children with her condition up to birth.

While abortions in England, Wales, and Scotland are forbidden after 24 weeks of pregnancy, an exception is made when there is “a substantial risk that if the child were born it would suffer from such physical or mental abnormalities as to be seriously handicapped,” in which case abortion may be performed at any time before birth.

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6 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/24/2021

  1. pulling two memes together:-

    1. Milley was afraid that President Trump would declare war on China.

    2. China released a (bio)weapon of mass destruction (covid) at the Armed forces games in October 2019

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/09/25/what-really-happened-in-wuhan.aspx?ui=06881ac2c56af040cac08a8804ebb8aa0568a3db5a0a0f119d7e2071b455e31d&sd=20200708&cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1HL&cid=20210925_HL2&mid=DM990995&rid=1274019309

    Milley appeared not to know how much President Trump knew about Chinese warmongering, and thus staged a military takeover at the behest of his Chinese bosses just in case the President got wind of of the Chinese malevolence.

    Question is – how did Milley know?

    How many American sevicemen’s lives was Milley prepared to sacrifice by his ‘heroic’ actions…..?

  2. One of the curators of the replacement migration is deported from Russia.
    Suffice it to say that she received grants from IOM and Caritas.

    https://www.perild.com/2021/09/25/the-fsb-expels-from-russia-the-defender-of-the-rights-of-migrants-valentina-chupik-she-was-banned-from-returning-until-2051/

    The FSB expels from Russia the defender of the rights of migrants Valentina Chupik. She was banned from returning until 2051

    How much noise is there in the liberal media. Who would have thought…
    https://twitter.com/l_seiitbek/status/1441673209158397953

    In the photo: Valentina Chupik conducts training at the Migrant School and teaches migrants to communicate with the police.

    https://sun9-24.userapi.com/impf/c844723/v844723375/15e196/oyP9CaSVLtQ.jpg?size=960×720&quality=96&sign=76692cb09eed54215c51a65fd6c01e75&type=album

  3. Mary Lawlor UN Special Rapporteur HRDs
    https://twitter.com/MaryLawlorhrds/status/1441711012772675595

    Receiving worrying reports that migrant rights defender Valentina Chupik has been stripped of her refugee status by the Russian authorities & is at immediate risk of deportation from Sheremetyevo Airport, in potential violation of the principle of non-refoulement
    ——————
    The name Chupik appears in this article

    DECEMBER 24, 2019
    Russia: Police Round Up Migrant Workers

    https://www.hrw.org/node/337163/printable/print

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