Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/20/2021

A state representative for Washington State was denied entry to the Capitol building in Olympia because he failed to show proof of vaccination. Meanwhile, Washington Governor Jay Inslee fired almost 1,900 police and firemen for failing to show proof of vaccination.

In other news, the “conservative” Spanish People’s Party proposed a bill that would end online anonymity.

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Financial Crisis
» Canada: Food, Gasoline See Dramatic Spike in Prices as Annual Inflation Rate Hits 4.4 Percent
 
USA
» “Bull***t!”: Manchin Denies Rumor He’s Leaving Democratic Party
» 2 Plead Guilty to Throwing Molotov Cocktail at NYPD Car During May 2020 Protests
» Breaking: Trump Announces New Truth Social Network and Media Group to Fight ‘Tyranny of Big Tech’
» DeSantis Offers Florida Ports as Solution to Supply Chain Crisis
» Eight Missing Endangered Children Recovered, Eighteen Sex Offenders Arrested in Recent US Operations
» Former Secretary of State Slams Critical Race Theory, ‘I Don’t Have to Make White Kids Feel Bad for Being White’
» New York City Police Union Threatens Legal Action Over De Blasio Vaccine Mandate
» Portland Passes ‘Grim Milestone’ Of 1,000 Shootings in 2021
» Rand Paul: Democrats “Are Going to Go After Ordinary People” With Massive Spending Bill
» Republican Lawmaker Denied Entry to Washington State Capitol Buildings for Refusing to Show Proof of Vaccination
» Teacher of the Year Could Lose Job Due to Teachers’ Union Backing of Vaccine Mandate
» Texas Welcomes Patients Denied Lifesaving Organ Transplants in Colorado Because of COVID Vaccination Status
» Video: Another Career Cop Signs Off After Refusing to Take Vaccines
» Washington State First Responders Fired by Governor Inslee for Not Complying With Mandates
» WSU Coach to File Lawsuit Against School for ‘Illegal Termination’ After Being Fired for Defying State Vaccine Mandate
» Youngkin Calls for Investigation Into Loudoun Schools’ Alleged Cover-Up: ‘Closed-Door Conversation and Silencing Parents is Over’
 
Canada
» Breaking: Manitoba Pastor Released From Jail After Arrest on Warrant for Attending Protest
» Fighting $100,000 in COVID Fines Handed to a Nova Scotia Church and Congregation
 
Europe and the EU
» A Simple Screenshot is All it Takes to Undermine Scotland’s Invasive Vaccine Passport Program
» Absurd: Masks in Irish Nightclubs Mandated, But Not When Drinking or Dancing
» After Czech President Hospitalized, Czech Election Turmoil Spreads as Police Open Investigation Into ‘Crimes Against Republic’
» Christian Symbol Attacked in Poland: Police Arrest Man for Cutting Down Roadside Cross With a Saw
» COVID Used as an Excuse to Introduce Facial Recognition to UK Schools
» Czech PM Babis Threatens to Remove Head of the President’s Office
» EU Waging a ‘Political Cold War’ Against Poland, Says Hungarian MEP
» FM Szijjartó: Hungary and Austria to Continue Close Cooperation
» Germany: Jewish Musician’s Claim of Anti-Semitism Fall Apart After Surveillance Video Surfaces But Not Before National Outcry
» Italy: Lamorgese Denies ‘Strategy of Tension’ In Handling of Green Pass Riot
» Italy Hits EU Paper-Recycling Target 15 Years Early
» No Lockdown… for Now! Govt Tells Britons to Behave if They Want to Keep Freedoms
» Pupil Yells ‘Allahu Akbar’ During Tribute to French Teacher Killed by Jihadist
» Scotland: Rail Company Chides Twitter User for Snitching on Passenger for Not Wearing a Mask
» Spanish Conservatives Propose Ending Anonymity Online
» Sweden’s Death Squad Leader Wants to be Deported to Somalia
» U.K. Set to Pass Bill to Regulate Extremist and ‘Offensive’ Social Media Content
» UK Anti-Extremism Panels Too Soft, Should Involve MI5, Review Says: Report
» UK: Hate Preachers Encouraging Terrorism and Terrorist Plotters Could Face Longer Jail Sentences
» UK: Manchester Arena Bomber’s Brother Flees Country Amid Inquiry Into Ariana Grande Concert Attack
» Wrong: CNBC Lies About COVID Hospitalizations in Effort to Amplify Calls for New Lockdown
 
Russia
» Putin Orders All Workers Home for One Week Amid Record COVID Surge
 
South Asia
» 82%-Vaccinated Singapore Records Highest Daily Coronavirus Cases Yet
» ‘Jihadist Forces of Hate’: Former US Congresswoman Condemns Attack on Hindus in Bangladesh
 
Far East
» Yahoo Finance App Disappears From China’s App Store After the Outlet Covered Apple Censorship in China
 
Australia — Pacific
» Community Leader Allegedly Murdered in North Melbourne Stabbing Attack
» Eight Climate Protesters Arrested After Gluing Themselves to Adelaide Road
» New Zealand: Pharmacy Hands Out ‘Blue Pill’ Jellybeans to Reward People for Getting Vaccinated
» Victoria’s Dan Andrews: Those Without Vaccine Passports Will be Excluded From Economic and Social Activities
» Watch: Brisbane Rallies Against the ‘Health Tyranny’
» Watch: Hundreds of Police Trolled Into Chasing No One Around Melbourne
 
Immigration
» Border Arrests Hit Highest Point Since 1986: Shocking New Data Reveals Biden’s Border Crisis is Deteriorating Further With 1.7 Million Migrants Detained in the 2021 Fiscal Year
» Does the EU Want More Illegal Immigration? Hungarian Foreign Minister Questions Motives of Brussels Bureaucrats
» EU Commissioner: ‘Desperate’ Belarus Profiting From Migrant Crisis
» Foreign Minister Warns of ‘Rapid Rise in Migration’ on Balkans Route
» Germany Sees More Patrols on Polish Border to Curb Migration
» Man Who Raped Woman on Philadelphia Train Revealed to be Illegal Immigrant With Past Sex Abuse Record
» Some 6,000-7,000 Migrants Could be Waiting to Cross Into EU — Lithuanian Minister
» Video: White House Admits to Secretly Trafficking Planes Full of Illegal Children From Border in Middle of the Night
 
Culture Wars
» Exclusive: Counter-Protesters Speak Out After Standing Up for Dave Chappelle Against the Netflix Mob
» Loudoun Parents’ Advocate: Money Shapes K-12 Transgender Politics
» Netflix Co-CEO Walks Back Support for Chappelle in Balancing Act Between Audience and Activists
» Parents’ Advocate: Loudoun County School Board Ignored Allegations of ‘Sodomy, Forced Fellatio, Sexual Assault’ Of ‘9th Grade Girl’
» The Symbolism Behind Squid Game
» White House Plans Action Against Texas Transgender Sports Bill
 

Canada: Food, Gasoline See Dramatic Spike in Prices as Annual Inflation Rate Hits 4.4 Percent

Statistics Canada said on Wednesday that the annual pace of inflation rose in September to reach highs not seen since February 2003.

Compared to last year, StatCan says that its consumer price index last month increased 4.4 percent.

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

“Bull***t!”: Manchin Denies Rumor He’s Leaving Democratic Party

Update (1512ET): Manchin has denied rumors he’s thinking of leaving the Democratic party, telling CNN’s Manu Raju that it’s “bulls**t.”

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

2 Plead Guilty to Throwing Molotov Cocktail at NYPD Car During May 2020 Protests

Two attorneys pleaded guilty Wednesday to throwing a lit Molotov cocktail into an unoccupied vehicle belonging to the New York Police Department in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, during May 2020 demonstrations to protest the murder of George Floyd.

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

Breaking: Trump Announces New Truth Social Network and Media Group to Fight ‘Tyranny of Big Tech’

After years of railing against big tech, former President Donald Trump has announced the creation of the Trump Media & Technology Group, along with his own social media platform, TRUTH Social.

On Wednesday, former president Donald Trump released a statement detailing the creation of his new media and technology group, which he says is meant to act as “a rival to the liberal media consortium” to “fight back against the ‘Big Tech’ companies of Silicon Valley, which have used their unilateral power to silence opposing voices in America.”

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

DeSantis Offers Florida Ports as Solution to Supply Chain Crisis

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced that the state of Florida has developed incentive packages to get logistics and shipping companies to abandon their home ports in Democrat-controlled states like California and move to Florida, where the ports are not congested and do not suffer from the problems currently affecting many other major ports across the country.

It is a move that could help to solve the supply chain crisis, which is currently spiralling out of control.

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

Eight Missing Endangered Children Recovered, Eighteen Sex Offenders Arrested in Recent US Operations

Several agencies worked together to save eight children previously considered missing and arrested eighteen sex offenders. According to KY3, operations “Return of the School Year” and “NO Saints and Sinners 2021” ran in the New Orleans area from August 1 to September 30.

US Marshalls were able to save an additional three children, who returned home on their own during the operation.

Investigators with the Missing Child Unit led recoveries in Phoenix, Arizona. They found one teenage girl on her way to Las Vegas, intending to meet up with an older man she met on the internet. Phoenix, Arizona, where a teenage girl.

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

Former Secretary of State Slams Critical Race Theory, ‘I Don’t Have to Make White Kids Feel Bad for Being White’

During a guest host appearance on The View Wednesday, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sparred with the shows’ co-hosts in regards to the teaching of critical race theory in schools, saying that teachers shouldn’t have to make white children feel bad about being white in order to make black children feel empowered.

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

New York City Police Union Threatens Legal Action Over De Blasio Vaccine Mandate

New York City’s largest police union said Wednesday it will initiate legal action in response to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s mandate that all city employees get vaccinated for COVID-19 or be placed on unpaid leave.

The mayor announced the requirement Wednesday, pitting himself against public employees, including police officers and firefighters who have refused to get the shots. De Blasio gave municipal employees until Nov. 1 to get their first vaccine shot.

As an incentive, he said those who receive a dose by Oct. 29 would get an extra $500 in their paycheck.

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

Portland Passes ‘Grim Milestone’ Of 1,000 Shootings in 2021

Over the weekend, Portland police announced that it had passed the “grim milestone” of 1,000 shootings in the community this year, far surpassing past years.

Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell made the announcement on Twitter Saturday, highlighting issues facing the community.

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

Rand Paul: Democrats “Are Going to Go After Ordinary People” With Massive Spending Bill

In an appearance on Fox News Monday, Senator Rand Paul warned that Democrats are lying about their massive social spending bill and that it will significantly affect untold numbers of ‘ordinary’ Americans.

“The numbers game is fake accounting,” Paul warned, adding “They aren’t really whittling down what they are going to spend it on. They are just whittling down how long they are going to count the accounting period to be.”

“So, if it costs $5 trillion over 5 years and they only count $1 trillion, then that is $1 trillion. But that doesn’t make the programs small. The programs are still enormous and over time are going to add up to trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars,” the Senator urged.

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Republican Lawmaker Denied Entry to Washington State Capitol Buildings for Refusing to Show Proof of Vaccination

Washington state Republican Representative Jim Walsh announced on Tuesday that he was locked out of buildings on the Capitol campus in Olympia for failing to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Typically, Rep. Walsh has a live Q&A on Tuesdays. Instead, he posted a video to Facebook taken outside a building on the Capitol campus. “This is the John L. O’Brien building, our main house office building adjacent to the dome, where I do most of my work, where my office is… except today I can’t get in the John L O’Brien building.”

Rep. Walsh demonstrated on video how his access card no longer opened the door to the building. “Normally my key card will open this door. It doesn’t open this door today.”

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

Teacher of the Year Could Lose Job Due to Teachers’ Union Backing of Vaccine Mandate

A Connecticut high school teacher of the year is facing being fired from his position after he refused to comply with the state’s requirement to get vaccinated or receive weekly COVID-19 testing.

“It is unfortunate after 15 plus years of dedicating myself to the profession and the students and the families of the town that I work in that we’re here,” Kahseim Outlaw told Fox News.

Outlaw was voted Lyman Hall High School’s teacher of the year in 2020, and said that at the beginning of this school year, he was informed that he and other staff at the school had to comply with an executive order in Connecticut requiring vaccination or weekly testing for COVID-19.

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

Texas Welcomes Patients Denied Lifesaving Organ Transplants in Colorado Because of COVID Vaccination Status

With hospitals in Colorado denying unvaccinated patients organ transplants, more people are looking to Texas in the hopes of getting the potentially life-saving procedures.

Colorado’s UCHealth recently told Dawn McLaughlin, a woman with polycystic kidney disease, she was being kicked off the wait list to receive a transplant because she hadn’t gotten the COVID vaccine, CBS4 reported.

And earlier this month, another Colorado woman, Leilani Lutali, despite having stage 5 kidney disease, found out her hospital won’t approve her kidney transplant surgery until she’s gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.

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

Video: Another Career Cop Signs Off After Refusing to Take Vaccines

Video has emerged of another veteran police officer signing off after being forced to resign for refusing to go along with Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates.

The footage shows a Washington State Patrol officer of 17 years, referred to only as officer “110”, wiping away tears as he radios in a final goodbye.

The Seargent boldly states “Due to my personal choice to take a moral stand for medical freedom and personal choice, I will be signing out of service for the last time today.”

In a touching aside, the dispatcher on the other end of the radio replies “I’m honored to have been your dispatcher, but mostly proud to be your wife.”

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

Washington State First Responders Fired by Governor Inslee for Not Complying With Mandates

Washington state first responders marched on Seattle City Hall to turn in their work boots after they were fired on Monday for not complying with the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

According to the Seattle Times, Democrat Governor Jay Inslee fired nearly 1,900 state workers that did not submit vaccination records, a requirement ordered by Inslee that had an October 18 deadline. Those numbers don’t include workers that were fired by their local governments which is predicted to be in the thousands.

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

WSU Coach to File Lawsuit Against School for ‘Illegal Termination’ After Being Fired for Defying State Vaccine Mandate

Following the firing of the now-former Washington State University football coach from his position after refusing to comply with the state’s vaccine mandate, Nick Rolovich will be taking legal action against the school for his “illegal termination.”

On Monday, Rolovich, as well as four assistant coaches, were fired from their positions for failing to meet the state’s October 18 deadline for school employees to get vaccinated.

According to KOMO News, Rolovich had previously asked for a religious exemption, but was denied.

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Youngkin Calls for Investigation Into Loudoun Schools’ Alleged Cover-Up: ‘Closed-Door Conversation and Silencing Parents is Over’

FAIRFAX, Virginia — Republican Glenn Youngkin on Tuesday called for an “immediate” investigation into Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) after news surfaced last week that a male student allegedly committed two separate sexual assault crimes at two different Loudoun schools.

Youngkin spoke to an overflowing crowd of several hundred at the Burke Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department about the incidents, declaring that school administrators “failed to protect” the victims.

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Breaking: Manitoba Pastor Released From Jail After Arrest on Warrant for Attending Protest

Tobias Tissen of the Church of God Restoration in Steinbach, Manitoba was arrested Monday night at his home in front of his family when police executed an outstanding warrant issued for his arrest.

The warrant was pertaining to a court order issued against Tissen and other high-profile activists preventing them from attending an anti-lockdown protest in Winnipeg.

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Fighting $100,000 in COVID Fines Handed to a Nova Scotia Church and Congregation

Today we are bringing you the terrible story of the Weston Christian Fellowship Church. It’s an awful tale of government overreach and police heavy-handedness the likes of which would normally be seen in China, or Iran or one of the other more authoritarian places of the world.

But this church is in Berwick, Nova Scotia.

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

A Simple Screenshot is All it Takes to Undermine Scotland’s Invasive Vaccine Passport Program

The Scottish authorities’ zeal to force the adoption of COVID passes has not been matched with competence necessary to actually successfully implement the scheme, more and more reports are suggesting.

This comes just as the plan started to be legally enforced on Monday, as it faces backlash from many citizens, businesses, and campaigners.

The situation is being described as ever more chaotic, the latest addition to the list of sometimes embarrassing problems coming on Monday when it was discovered that Humza Yousaf, Secretary for Health and Social Care from the ranks of the ruling SNP party, was misleading the public about a major security feature the COVID passport app supposedly had.

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

Absurd: Masks in Irish Nightclubs Mandated, But Not When Drinking or Dancing

People in Ireland have told that they will have to wear masks in nightclubs, but not when they are eating, drinking and dancing, in the latest absurd update to the rules.

Wait, what?

The Irish government scrapped plans to lift restrictions entirely after media-induced fearmongering about a “surge” in COVID cases (caused as Reuters admits by mass testing after kids returned to school).

Under the new rules, people will be able to enter nightclubs after presenting proof of vaccination, but not negative COVID tests (despite the vaccinated being able to pass on the virus).

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

After Czech President Hospitalized, Czech Election Turmoil Spreads as Police Open Investigation Into ‘Crimes Against Republic’

The Czech police will start an investigation into possible illegal actions showing signs of crimes against the republic, police announced on Twitter on Tuesday. The investigation is in connection with information shared at Monday’s Senate press conference, but authorities added that they could not currently provide further information.

Senate President Milos Vystrcil said on Monday that, according to the Central Military Hospital, President Milos Zeman was unable to perform any work duties. Vystrcil added that Vratislav Mynar, head of the president’s office, had known about the hospital’s position since Oct. 13.

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

Christian Symbol Attacked in Poland: Police Arrest Man for Cutting Down Roadside Cross With a Saw

Police officers have arrested a man suspected of destroying a cross in a residential area in the Polish town of Zielona Góra. The man in question recorded the entire act of cutting down the cross using a saw and posted it online, with the video being shared by several social media users.

“The call for the ‘filing off Catholics’ in practice. Not only did the perpetrators profane a cross in Zielona Góra, they also recorded everything and posted it on Facebook,” wrote Daniel Liszkiewicz, the head of the TAI Interactive Media editorial office

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COVID Used as an Excuse to Introduce Facial Recognition to UK Schools

Mass surveillance is starting to creep into UK schools — they say to simplify and improve pupils’ lives, but privacy advocates say for no justifiable reason.

As nine schools in Scotland introduce facial recognition and start using surveillance technology requiring children’s biometric data, this is simply to normalize the practice, said Big Brother Watch Director Silkie Carlo.

The privacy campaigner’s comments for the Financial Times came after nine North Ayrshire schools announced that in order to verify payment of school meals, children will be subjected to facial recognition.

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

Czech PM Babis Threatens to Remove Head of the President’s Office

On Tuesday, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis called the actions of the head of the President’s office Vratislav Mynar, who failed to report about the state of health of President Milos Zeman, unacceptable.

According to Babis, Mynar should resign, and Zeman’s advisor Martin Nejedlý should then lose his diplomatic passport. Babis thus reacted to the information that Mynar and other people from Zeman’s vicinity knew that the president was unable to hold office, but they withheld this information.

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EU Waging a ‘Political Cold War’ Against Poland, Says Hungarian MEP

The European Commission, guided by a thirst for power, is waging a political cold war against Poland instead of performing its actual role as guardian of the EU treaties. The EU parliament, the European left and the European People’s Party are also cooperating with the LIBE committee in the attacks, Tamas Deutsch, head of the Fidesz European Parliament delegation, told Hungarian public media in Strasbourg on Tuesday during a break in the EU parliament’s plenary session.

Regarding the European Parliament’s debate, held that day, on the decision of the Polish Constitutional Court to give priority to the national constitution over EU law, the Hungarian MEP emphasized that “the start of the cold war is another step in the procedure. The EU threatens to suspend these two countries in the European Council, which brings together the governments of the member states as a result of this process.”

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FM Szijjartó: Hungary and Austria to Continue Close Cooperation

Austria and Hungary can count on one another as friends and will continue to closely cooperate in the future as well, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjartó said after meeting Michael Linhart, his Austrian counterpart, in Vienna on Tuesday.

“Although new in the post of foreign minister, Michael Linhart is a good old friend, we have been working together for several years as he has served in various positions in the Austrian foreign ministry,” Szijjartó told journalists.

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

Germany: Jewish Musician’s Claim of Anti-Semitism Fall Apart After Surveillance Video Surfaces But Not Before National Outcry

A famed Israeli musician, Gil Ofarim, is being accused of lying about an alleged anti-Semitic incident inside the Leipzig Hotel Westin after video footage and other evidence led police to doubt his claims, but not before the case after sparked national headlines in Germany.

According to the singer Ofarim, who was born in Israel but found success as a musician in Germany, an employee at the check-in counter asked him to remove his Star of David chain from sight if he wanted to be checked in. Ofarim made the claim in an emotional Instagram video entitled “Antisemitism in Germany 2021” where he ended his story by holding up the necklace chain in question. The viral video sparked protests involving thousands of people in front of the hotel and the claims were spread widely by anti-Semitism watchdogs.

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

Italy: Lamorgese Denies ‘Strategy of Tension’ In Handling of Green Pass Riot

Interior minister sees challenging period ahead

(ANSA) — ROME, OCT 19 — Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese on Tuesday denied allegations from Giorgia Meloni, the leader of opposition, right-wing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, that the government deliberately mismanaged a Rome protest against the Green Pass COVID-19 health certificate earlier this month that degenerated into a riot.

Meloni said the authorities’ handling of the October 9 violence, including a raid in which the headquarters of trade union CGIL were ransacked, was part of a ‘strategy of tension’.

“There is a political interpretation (of the events) that tends to give credit to the thesis of a plan,” Lamorgese said as she reported to the Lower House on the trouble.

“I must firmly reject this interpretation because it insinuates that the forces of law and order would lend themselves to be the instrument of dark political purposes.

“It is an unjust accusation that casts an unacceptable shadow over the work of the forces of law and order”.

Senior members of the far-right Forza Nuova party were among several people arrested for allegedly orchestrating the violence.

The protest was against the government making the Green Pass, which shows that a person is vaccinated for COVID, has recovered from it in the last six months or has tested negative in the last few days, obligatory to access Italian places of work.

Lamorgese said the authorities were caught off guard because the level of violence had gone well beyond “any reasonable forecast”.

The minister said she saw the period ahead, which features the G20 summit in Rome at the end of the month, as being “highly challenging” for the authorities.

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Italy Hits EU Paper-Recycling Target 15 Years Early

Unirima reports that 87.3% was recycled in 2020

(ANSA) — ROME, OCT 19 — Italy has hit the target set by the European Union for paper and cardboard recycling 15 years early, the association representing Italian firms in this sector, Unirima, said on Tuesday.

In its 2021 report compiled with the Althesys business consulting agency, Unirima said that Italy recycled 87.3% of its paper and cardboard in 2020, already ahead of the 85% target set by the EU for 2035.

It said 600 facilities in Italy processed 6.8 million tonnes of waste paper last year, increasing the output of raw materials for paper production by 3.2% and meeting market demand.

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No Lockdown… for Now! Govt Tells Britons to Behave if They Want to Keep Freedoms

The UK government has told Britons to do as they are instructed by the government “not just to save lives, but to keep your freedoms too” in an unscheduled address to the nation about the coming winter months.

Announced lunchtime, the Wednesday evening address to the nation by now-health secretary Sajid Javid — who replaced previous incumbent Matt Hancock after a series of scandals eroded faith in the politician — announced no new restrictions as feared, but instead buttressed the government’s position that the public needed to do as they are told to prevent future lockdowns.

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Pupil Yells ‘Allahu Akbar’ During Tribute to French Teacher Killed by Jihadist

An 11-year-old pupil yelled “Allahu Akbar” during a school tribute to murdered teacher Samuel Paty, while the child’s father was later arrested for threatening to burn the school down.

The initial incident took place on Friday at the Jean-Zay middle school in the department of Drôme, southeast France, during a tribute to Samuel Paty, the teacher who was beheaded last year by a Chechen refugee in the suburbs of Paris for showing cartoons of the prophet Mohammed to his class.

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Scotland: Rail Company Chides Twitter User for Snitching on Passenger for Not Wearing a Mask

After a Twitter user snitched on a fellow passenger for not wearing a face mask on a train in Scotland, the rail company responded by telling the grass that he shouldn’t be taking creepy pictures of strangers.

You love to see it.

Perhaps believing that he would get to bathe in the virtuous dopamine of likes and approval from fellow mask zealots, Gordon Torrie took to Twitter to share his disgust at a woman who had let her face covering slip below her chin.

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Spanish Conservatives Propose Ending Anonymity Online

Spain’s conservative People’s Party (PP) have presented a bill to the Spanish parliament that aims to end anonymity on social media and require companies to identify those who register on their platforms.

People’s Party Senator Rafael Hernando introduced the bill in the senate as a modification of Law 34/2002 on services of the information society and electronic commerce by adding a duty for companies to identify users.

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Sweden’s Death Squad Leader Wants to be Deported to Somalia

The leader of the Swedish gang known as “Death Squad,” Mohamed Ali, has been sentenced to life in prison in Denmark for double murder and will be deported to Sweden to serve the rest of his sentence. However, Ali would rather be deported to Somalia and has applied to renounce his Swedish citizenship, Nyheter Idag reports.

The 23-year-old Mohamed Ali, also known as “Makelele,” has been singled out as one of four leaders of the infamous “Death Squad” operating in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby.

In August last year, he was sentenced in a Danish court to life in prison for a notorious double murder of rivals from the Shottaz gang in Copenhagen.

Ali will now be deported from Denmark to Sweden, but Ali himself wants to stay in Denmark or be deported to Somalia, the Expressen daily reports.

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U.K. Set to Pass Bill to Regulate Extremist and ‘Offensive’ Social Media Content

Social media companies and British citizens could soon face strict censorship and content restrictions once the United Kingdom’s government passes its so-called Online Safety Bill, which is fast-tracked through Parliament following the murder of Sir David Amess by a terrorist last week.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson signalled on Wednesday that he was prepared to change course on the bill, which he had previously neutered. The stricter version of the bill could make executives at social media companies criminally liable for both extremist and “offensive” content on their platforms.

Under the draft of the bill, social media companies and search engines will be required to remove “harmful content” that has “a significant adverse … psychological impact on an adult of ordinary sensibilities.”

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UK Anti-Extremism Panels Too Soft, Should Involve MI5, Review Says: Report

The UK’s anti-extremism Prevent panels are too soft because they can include teachers and faith leaders and should be cut down in size with priority given to police counter-terrorism and MI5 officers, a review is expected to conclude.

Prevent is the government’s strategy for safeguarding mostly young people from being drawn into terrorism, with local authority panels referring those vulnerable to becoming extremists. Those deemed most at risk are then placed onto the Channel programme. However, engagement is voluntary.

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UK: Hate Preachers Encouraging Terrorism and Terrorist Plotters Could Face Longer Jail Sentences

Hate preachers and terrorist plotters could face tougher prison sentences under new guidelines proposed by the Sentencing Council.

The Sentencing Council announced the proposals on Wednesday, related to the Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Act 2021 which came into effect in April and introduced a new category of “serious terrorist offences”. The Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Act was introduced in response to the deadly Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack in 2019, committed by radical Islamist Usman Khan, who had been released on licence (parole) while serving a sentence for a terrorism conviction.

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UK: Manchester Arena Bomber’s Brother Flees Country Amid Inquiry Into Ariana Grande Concert Attack

The elder brother of the Manchester Arena Islamist suicide bomber has fled the United Kingdom ahead of his expected appearance before the public inquiry into the 2017 attack that left 23 dead and scores injured.

Ismail Abedi, the older brother of Salman Abedi, who died in a suicide bombing of an Ariana Grande concert, has reportedly fled the country, with some suggesting that he was afraid of incriminating himself during testimony in the inquiry.

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Wrong: CNBC Lies About COVID Hospitalizations in Effort to Amplify Calls for New Lockdown

In an attempt to amplify calls for more lockdown measures, CNBC erroneously reported that COVID hospitalizations in England have been “steadily increasing” since restrictions were lifted when in fact the opposite is true.

The article, written by Holly Ellyatt, attempts to blame people who don’t wear masks for a sustained spike in COVID hospitalizations.

“Hospitalizations and deaths have been steadily increasing since the summer when Covid restrictions in England were lifted on July 19,” claims Ellyatt.

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Putin Orders All Workers Home for One Week Amid Record COVID Surge

Cities across Russia appear to be heading into lockdown again, despite the Sputnik V vaccine having been the world’s first to have rolled out last year, and with at this point an estimated one-third of the population being fully vaccinated. Yet this week has witnessed new daily record highs as confirmed coronavirus cases surge once again.

Tuesday witnessed the highest single-day death toll thus far in the pandemic, with 1,038 deaths from the virus recorded, according to the AP. President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday an almost unprecedented order for all workers across the nation to stay home for one week. In some hard-hit cities, the mandate could reach up to two weeks. However, authorities have stopped short of imposing a full-fledged national lockdown.

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82%-Vaccinated Singapore Records Highest Daily Coronavirus Cases Yet

Singapore, which has a Chinese coronavirus vaccination rate of 82 percent, recorded its highest single-day increase in new locally transmitted cases of the virus Tuesday with 3,994 infections.

Singapore’s government tightened restrictions on in-person dining and social gatherings in the metropolis on September 27 as part of a stated effort to help reduce transmission of the Chinese coronavirus. In the three weeks since then, the city-state’s coronavirus caseload has mushroomed.

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‘Jihadist Forces of Hate’: Former US Congresswoman Condemns Attack on Hindus in Bangladesh

Condemning the attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh, former Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on Wednesday called for the country’s government to take action against Jihadi forces of hate.

“It is time for the supposedly secular government of Bangladesh to protect that country’s religious minorities, including Hindus, Christians, and Buddhists, from the jihadist forces of hate,” Tulsi Gabbard said.

Violence erupted in the neighbouring country on October 13, Ashtami, when word spread that Hindus had desecrated the Quran by placing it on the knee of an idol at a puja pandal in Qoumillah. On October 18, a group of assailants vandalised at least 66 homes and torched 20 homes of Hindus in Bangladesh amid continued violence.

Incidents of vandalism and violence were also reported in temples in Chandpur’s Hajiganj, Chattogram’s Banshkhali and Cox’s Bazar’s Pekua, the report said.

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Yahoo Finance App Disappears From China’s App Store After the Outlet Covered Apple Censorship in China

A day after Yahoo Finance published a report about the challenges Apple’s business is likely to start facing in China, the giant removed the media outlet’s app from the Chinese App Store, the Apple Censorship site found.

The site, which monitors what it calls Apple’s active and non-transparent censorship of App Stores all around the world, said the first time they detected that the Yahoo Finance app was missing was on October 14, one day after the article was published.

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Community Leader Allegedly Murdered in North Melbourne Stabbing Attack

A meeting of local leaders with a mentally unwell community member ended in tragedy on Saturday, police allege.

Luqman Abdishakur Ahmed, 30, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday charged with murder and intentionally causing serious injury, after he allegedly went into a stabbing frenzy with a kitchen knife in a North Melbourne unit.

One man was killed, and another was injured when he used his bare hand to grab the knife Mr Ahmed was wielding, police allege in a summary tendered to the court.

“The deceased, in the company of four other Somalian community leaders, attended a unit in North Melbourne to visit Luqman Abdishakur Ahmed who had allegedly been having mental health issues,” police say.

Mr Ahmed is alleged to have armed himself with a kitchen knife and stabbed the man in the neck, killing him with only one blow.

He is also alleged to have chased a friend around the unit while trying to stab him, before the friend grabbed the knife and Mr Ahmed pulled it back, slicing it through his friend’s fingers.

The friend suffered “significant lacerations”, police say…

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Eight Climate Protesters Arrested After Gluing Themselves to Adelaide Road

Eight Extinction Rebellion protesters have been arrested after gluing themselves to an Adelaide road during peak hour.

The stunt on King William Street sparked traffic chaos and hours-long traffic delays this morning.

Three hours into the protest, police officers intervened, dissolving the glue and cutting chains.

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New Zealand: Pharmacy Hands Out ‘Blue Pill’ Jellybeans to Reward People for Getting Vaccinated

A pharmacy in New Zealand is handing out ‘blue pills’ in the form of jellybeans to reward people for getting vaccinated.

Yes, really.

“Absolutely losing my s**t over the Truly Enormous plastic wrapped single jellybean they gave me for getting my second dose,” posted Twitter user @thefleetislate.

Comparisons to the Matrix movie were quickly forthcoming.

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Victoria’s Dan Andrews: Those Without Vaccine Passports Will be Excluded From Economic and Social Activities

The Premier of Australia’s state of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, on Tuesday made it clear that COVID mandates that affect unvaccinated citizens and exclude them from many economic and social activities will remain in force for a long time — “well into the 2022,” as he phrased it

The Premier of Australia’s state of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, on Tuesday made it clear that COVID mandates that affect unvaccinated citizens and exclude them from many economic and social activities will remain in force for a long time — “well into the 2022,” as he phrased it.

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Watch: Brisbane Rallies Against the ‘Health Tyranny’

On the 16th of October, thousands marched through the streets of Brisbane in a “stand against tyranny”.

Chants echoed through the streets, bringing the city to a standstill for an hour and a half. This crowd had a lot to say and had one dominant message of “freedom”.

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Watch: Hundreds of Police Trolled Into Chasing No One Around Melbourne

On Saturday, Victoria Police mobilised hundreds of officers to chase no one around the city for hours.

Busloads of uniform cops, the mounted unit, counter-terror squad and an armoured vehicle following a Telegram group spent hours running around and hassling innocent locals.

Police media were quick to announce 57 protesters arrested, a lie regurgitated by the mainstream media.

In reality, police made only a few arrests of mostly innocent locals, including one woman drinking tea on a park bench with her husband.

[Comment: I think I had submitted to the News Feed an article about 57 protesters arrested in Australia. I apologize for my unintentional dissemination of fake news from the lamestream media.]

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Border Arrests Hit Highest Point Since 1986: Shocking New Data Reveals Biden’s Border Crisis is Deteriorating Further With 1.7 Million Migrants Detained in the 2021 Fiscal Year

The number of migrants arrested at the southern border in the 2021 fiscal year is the highest since 1986, new Customs and Border Protection data shows.

The data, which is still unpublished but was obtained by The Washington Post, shows that border authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border between October 2020 through September 2021.

The data is expected to be released publicly late this week.

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Does the EU Want More Illegal Immigration? Hungarian Foreign Minister Questions Motives of Brussels Bureaucrats

The number of migrants on the Western Balkans route is growing rapidly, yet European Union policy leads to questions about Brussels’ intentions around the issue of illegal immigration, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjartó said at the Vienna Migration Conference on Tuesday.

“Honestly, sometimes I don’t know if Brussels bureaucrats intend to stop migration or further encourage it,” Szijjartó said.

Szijjartó pointed out that the EU’s migration policy can only be successful if it can work properly with neighboring countries. He cited as an example that, although Egypt is effectively defending its borders, the European Union bloc is still withholding €120 million from the country for certain human rights issues. In addition, it maintains sanctions that prevent Cairo from gaining access to technologies that would make its border protection even more effective.

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EU Commissioner: ‘Desperate’ Belarus Profiting From Migrant Crisis

European Union Commissioner Ylva Johansson has claimed that Belarus is becoming increasingly desperate due to EU sanctions and is making an income from sending migrants illegally to the bloc.

Johansson, the EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, stated that Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko was “desperate” and was pushing migrants into the EU to exert pressure to hold discussions on easing sanctions.

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Foreign Minister Warns of ‘Rapid Rise in Migration’ on Balkans Route

The number of migrants attempting to illegally enter the European Union through the Western Balkans is rising rapidly and has exceeded 82,000 to date this year, Hungary’s foreign ministry cited the minister, Péter Szijjartó, as saying at a Vienna conference on migration on Tuesday.

Attempts to cross the border are recorded day by day in Hungary, he said, noting that the government had spent 1.2 billion euros on defending the borders since 2015.

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Germany Sees More Patrols on Polish Border to Curb Migration

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s top security official on Wednesday proposed introducing joint German-Polish patrols on the two countries’ border to help clamp down on illegal crossings into Germany by migrants arriving from Belarus, but said no one has any intention of closing the frontier.

Authorities in Germany say about 4,500 such crossings have been registered since August. Many of them are people from Syria and Iraq who flew to Belarus in the hope of reaching the European Union via Poland.

Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said he has sent a letter to his Polish counterpart proposing joint patrols on the Polish side of the border to identify illegal crossings and arrest people-smugglers. He said he hasn’t yet received a reply.

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Man Who Raped Woman on Philadelphia Train Revealed to be Illegal Immigrant With Past Sex Abuse Record

The man accused of raping a woman on a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) train last week has been revealed to be a Congolese immigrant that is in the US illegally.

Bystanders stood by and did nothing but film the horrific crime.

35-year-old Fiston Ngoy was arrested on October 13, and charged with rape and assault. He overstayed a student visa in 2015 and should not have been in the country.

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Some 6,000-7,000 Migrants Could be Waiting to Cross Into EU — Lithuanian Minister

VILNIUS — Some 6,000 to 7,000 migrants could be waiting to cross the EU’s external border from Belarus, Lithuanian Interior Minister Agne Bilotaite said on Wednesday, adding that the numbers keep changing.

“We have very different figures. The Polish services give one figure and our services give another. There could be around 6,000-7,000 people, but no one can say for sure today, because […] new flights are being organized and the procedure for issuing all the permits is being simplified, which shows that the Lukashenko regime is not retreating,” she said.

Later on Wednesday, the Lithuanian Cabinet is to discuss a package of amendments that will allow restricting migrants’ freedom without a court order in certain cases once the six-month detention period provided for by law expires.

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Video: White House Admits to Secretly Trafficking Planes Full of Illegal Children From Border in Middle of the Night

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was forced to admit Tuesday that the Biden administration is shipping planeloads of illegal immigrant children to New York City and elsewhere in the middle of the night after photos and footage was captured by The New York Post.

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Exclusive: Counter-Protesters Speak Out After Standing Up for Dave Chappelle Against the Netflix Mob

Earlier today, The Post Millennial reported on the situation at Netflix headquarters where dozens of employees walked out to voice their anger at the Dave Chappelle comedy special, “The Closer.”

Transgender activists expressed their wants and desires at the company, including giving trans employees salary raises. Other formal demands include “harm reduction” and clamping down on “transphobia and hate speech.”

The event saw a counter-protest from YouTube comedian Vito Gesualdi and podcast host Dick Masterson who arrived at the Netflix building to share a message of support for Dave Chapelle in the wake of this backlash.

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Loudoun Parents’ Advocate: Money Shapes K-12 Transgender Politics

Ian Prior, executive director of Fight for Schools, highlighted corporate profiteering off of Critical Race Theory and “transgender” indoctrination programs imposed on K-12 public schools on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

“Some of the companies out there that are pushing this [Critical Race Theory] stuff in schools are making a ton of money,” Prior stated.

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Netflix Co-CEO Walks Back Support for Chappelle in Balancing Act Between Audience and Activists

Netflix is backing down from its previous defence of comedian Dave Chappelle who faced the wrath of a cancel campaign with the release of his special The Closer — but not entirely. The company is engaged in a delicate balancing act between appeasing a minority of woke activists and the majority of its viewers.

Chappelle enraged the community of transgender social justice activists on Twitter, who blasted the comedian for making jokes about transgender and non-binary individuals. Chappelle had also made fun of blacks, whites, Asians, Hispanics and Jews, but received far less backlash for those jokes.

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Parents’ Advocate: Loudoun County School Board Ignored Allegations of ‘Sodomy, Forced Fellatio, Sexual Assault’ Of ‘9th Grade Girl’

Ian Prior, executive director of Fight for Schools, told Breitbart News that the Loudoun County School Board ignored allegations that one its male students committed sexual assault — including “sodomy” and “forced fellatio” — against a ninth grade girl in oneod the school bathrooms.

“The first alleged sexual assault occurred to a ninth grade girl, allegedly, with a boy who is, I guess, ‘gender-fluid’ and was potentially wearing a skirt, [who] accessed the girls’ bathroom,” Prior said on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

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The Symbolism Behind Squid Game

Squid Game has become Netflix’s most watched show ever after hitting 111 million views less than a month after its release.

That represents a cultural moment, so what makes the symbolism behind the show so powerful?

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White House Plans Action Against Texas Transgender Sports Bill

The White House has condemned legislation in Texas that seeks to ban biological boys from participating in girls’ sports teams, suggesting that the Biden administration may take action against the policy should it become law.

Describing the bill as “hateful” and “bullying,” the White House says that “this hateful bill in Texas is just the latest example of Republican state lawmakers using legislation to target transgender kids — whom the president believes are some of the bravest Americans — in order to score political points,” in remarks by White House spokesman Ike Hajinazarian to the Dallas Morning News.

“These anti-transgender bills are nothing more than bullying disguised as legislation and undermine our nation’s core values,” added the spokesman.

Matt Hill, the senior associate communications director for the White House, suggested that the administration may move to fight against the legislation, which is set to be signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

“Our message to young transgender people in Texas and across the country: these hateful bills are bullying disguised as legislation, and @POTUS and our Administration will always keep fighting for the full equality LGBTQ+ folks deserve,” wrote Hill on social media.

According to the Daily Wire, the Texas legislature passed the bill last week.

Once signed into law, the legislation requires students to compete corresponding to their biological sex, effectively preventing transgender students and students who identify as “gender non-binary” to play on teams of the opposite sex.

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14 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/20/2021

  1. ..” A state representative for Washington State was denied entry to the Capitol building in Olympia because he failed to show proof of vaccination. “..
    Will you defend your Motherland Americans people at last ?
    Don’t you see what happening in your land ?
    Where is your courage ?
    Left at nearest McDonald ?
    Pety McDonald warriors ..Shame on you !

    • Good point mathoney, the yanks would rather get upset about an order incorrectly filled than fight for freedom. They would rather fight the McDonalds revolution!

      The country is full of bovines dressed as humans.

      The country and people that built the wonderful shining light America was to the world must be so ashamed.

  2. European Parliament today :
    ..”The Polish Constitutional Tribunal has no legal force and independence and is not authorized to interpret the Polish constitution”

    Thursday, the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the judgment of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal. It was prepared by five factions in the EP – EPP, Socialists and Democrats, Greens, Renew Europe and the Left. The EP in the document, inter alia, “deeply regrets the unlawful decision of the” Constitutional Tribunal “.”
    So..American Declaration of Independence next ? :-))

  3. Former President Czech Republic Klaus statement regarding deprival Declaration by EU Polish State own Sovergnity :
    The Polish Constitutional Court asked itself a question that all real Democrats have been asking for decades – does the European integration process result in the creation of a multinational entity that is superior to individual Member States, or should these states continue to have their sovereignty and only part of it eventually hand over to Brussels?
    After months of serious negotiations, among others, he stated that part of the EU contractual basis ′′ is not compatible with the constitution of the Republic of Poland ′′ and expressed the opinion that the Polish constitution has priority over European treaties. Someone in Brussels may not like this, but it is the opinion of a legitimate constitutional body of an EU Member State. The opinion of this body has no right, not to disrespect, or the official of the European Commission, which Mrs. Leyen is.
    Mrs. Leyen sovereignly says that ′′ The European Commission must protect the citizens of the Union and will therefore act “. We are also citizens of one of the EU Member States, but we do not feel threatened by the decision of the Polish Constitutional Court. No one has to protect us from him. On the other hand, we feel the need to ′′ protect ourselves ′′ from the liquidation of the sovereignty of the EU states. We are convinced that even the citizens of the Republic of Poland do not need the protection of Commissioner Leyen. Many times in history they have demonstrated that they care about the sovereignty of their country.
    Read the full text of IVK’s opinion here: https://www.klaus.cz/clanky/4810

  4. Have you heard about the Morrocan immigrant hitting and wounding an off duty police man in Zaragoza, Spain, after he was asked to put his mask on ? The police man did not fight back as he didn’t want the headlines to be about “racist police violence “. He is still in hospital.

  5. Someone we know just died of an aneurysm (not of COVID, though I wonder if the vax might not have had something to do with it).

    They want proof of vax to go to the funeral.

    That’s where we have sunk to.

    Wife has been instructed to say, if asked, that I refuse to share private medical information to attend a religious service.

    I’m gobsmacked and don’t know what to say. This is beyond the pale.

    • Mike, their intent is clear. It has nothing to do with health and everything to do with the destruction of as many people as possible who they can make take the poison.

      Hopefully you have been getting some weapons and an escape plan organised if you don’t intend to fight it out.

      Shortly we wont be allowed access to supermarkets and so on. There are many open markets where I am – it wont be long before an infidel like me will not be able to enter.

      I suggest you move as much money out of harms way as you can.

  6. Do you know EC Comissar Von der Leyen’s husband comes from the bloodline of the Nazi baron Joachim von der Leyen. The man responsible for crimes against Jews, Poles and Czechs. He was not tried because he died in Dresden. EC Comissar Van Layden should show more restraint

    • If the bloody muslims care not for their own children why should we? They all must be Purged from the west, every last GD one of them.

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