Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/21/2021

The world’s longest lockdown — 262 days — has been lifted in Melbourne, and residents are celebrating by going to pubs and engaging in other activities that had been forbidden for so long. Meanwhile, the NIH has belatedly acknowledged that it funded gain-of-function research at the lab in Wuhan.

In other news, a Moroccan man who threatened to behead Marine Le Pen has been sentenced to a year in prison.

To see the headlines and the articles, click “Continue reading” below.

Thanks to C. Cantoni, Dean, Insubria, Nitzakhon, Reader from Chicago, SS, Upananda Brahmachari, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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Caveat: Articles in the news feed are posted “as is”. Gates of Vienna cannot vouch for the authenticity or accuracy of the contents of any individual item posted here. I check each entry to make sure it is relatively interesting, not patently offensive, and at least superficially plausible. The link to the original is included with each item’s title. Further research and verification are left to the reader.

Financial Crisis
» “The Shadow Superpower” — The $10 Trillion Global Black Market
» Canadians Having Trouble Feeding Their Families, Wages Not Rising Fast Enough: Poll
» Inflation: Peter Schiff Lays it on the Line
 
USA
» Afghan Man Brought to Montana by Biden Administration Charged With Raping Woman
» AG Garland Accused of Hiding Fact Former Facebook Lawyer is Part of DOJ
» Anti-Critical Race Theory Org Launching $1m in Ads Targeting McAuliffe Before Virginia Governor Race
» Are Film Industry Insiders Covering Up Fauci Film Flop?
» Author: The Media’s Agenda is Not to Mislead People, But to Demoralize Them
» Biden’s Voters Really Thought He Would Govern Competently?
» Bizarre Video Shows Kids Dressed Up in ‘COVID Suits’ To Meet Grandparents
» Cedar Park Man Found Guilty of Making Molotov Cocktail During 2020 Austin Protests
» Demonstrators Protest Vaccine Requirement at Boeing
» Dozens of Employees of Major SC Corporation Walk Out to Protest Vaccine Mandate
» Dumbest Tweet of the Year?
» Exclusive: Iconic Target Store on Mission St to Close Amid Shoplifting Tidal Wave
» Federal Judge Orders US CBP to Release Documents Related to Attempts to Unmask Anonymous Trump Critic
» Florida Governor Calls for Special Session to Counter Vaccine and Mask Mandates
» Garland Doesn’t Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law’s CRT-Promoting Company
» Gas Prices in California Town Hit $7.59 a Gallon
» Get Smart About What Really Happened in the 2020 Election
» Here it Comes: The Shortages Start to Hit Home — and So Does the Backlash
» Marine Veteran Disarms Gas Station Robbers in Shocking Video
» Nets Censor Devastating Poll Numbers for Collapsing Biden Presidency
» NIH Admits Funding Gain-of-Function COVID Experiments; Gives EcoHealth Five Days to Report Data
» NYC Protesters Who Held ‘Freedom Rally’ At Times Square to March in Support of Kyrie Irving
» OSHA Isn’t Tracking COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Because it Doesn’t Want to Undermine Biden’s Shot Campaign
» Prop Gun Misfire Kills Woman on Set of Alec Baldwin Movie
» Republicans Filibuster Democrats’ Election Bill
» Saratoga School District Bans Teaching of Critical Race Theory
» Sheriffs to Vaccine-Mandating Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: Pound Sand
» The Car Shortage is About to Get a Whole Lot Worse
» The Great Reset Should Scare Us All
» Video: Cop Who Told Dem Governor to “Kiss My A**” Says Vax Mandates Have ‘Awoken a Sleeping Giant’
» White House Collaborated With School Board Group on Letter Comparing Parents to ‘Domestic Terrorists’
» WSB’ers Help Drive Trump’s “Truth Social” SPAC Up Over 600% on the Day
 
Canada
» Breaking: Trudeau Confirms National Standardized Proof of Vaccination for Canada
» Burrard Bridge Completely Closed for Climate Protest
» Employees Push Back Against Having to “Police” Vaccine Passports
» Study Reveals Exact Date Vikings First Settled in North America, Beating Columbus
 
Europe and the EU
» British MPs Face Significant Terrorism Threat
» Britons Still Frightened of Being in Enclosed Spaces With Maskless People
» Czechia Wants to Push More People Into Vaccinations With Tightened Restrictions
» France: ‘Moroccan’ Man Sentenced for Marine Le Pen Beheading Threat
» French Conservative Zemmour Slammed After Jokingly Pointing Rifle at Journalists
» Hungary Slams EU’s Handling of the Energy Crisis
» Italian Senator Suspended for Not Showing Vaccine Passport
» Margaret Thatcher Comes Top as PM Britons Would Chose to Handle Pandemic
» Nine UK Schools Tell Schoolkids to Pay for Lunch Via Facial Recognition as Opponents Warn it Normalizes Surveillance State
» Poland: Italy’s PM: Steadfast Support for the Commission
» Polish President’s Warning: The Specter of War Has Returned to Central Europe
» UK: Ali Harbi Ali Charged With Murder of David Amess, ‘Preparation of Terrorist Acts’
» UK: Minister Denies Stricter ‘Plan C’ To Ban Households Mixing at Christmas if COVID Numbers Rise
 
South Asia
» Global Sankirtan Protest by ISKCON Against Jihadi Menace on Minorities in Bangladesh
 
Far East
» China Blocks All Boston Celtics Games After Enes Kanter Demands “Dictator” Xi “Free Tibet”
» New China Law Will Punish Parents for Children’s ‘Bad Behavior’
» Xi Jinping Praises China’s ‘Democracy’ But Within the Party Some Are Against Him
 
Australia — Pacific
» Fears the Next Generation of Young Australians Will be Unwilling to Defend Their Country in War Due to ‘Woke School Curriculum’
» Wild Scenes in Melbourne as the City Celebrates Being Freed From the World’s Longest Lockdown Lasting 262 Days With Cheers Ringing Out and Pubs Flooded With Punters — But Some Hated Rules Remain
 
Immigration
» Cheap Labor Lobbyists Complain Trump’s COVID Immigration Restrictions Protected American Jobs, Wages
» Farage Asks Where’s the MSM? As Over 800 More Boat Migrants Land in Britain
 
Culture Wars
» Antifa Protesters Disrupt Texas College Campus Pro-Life Prayer Vigil: ‘F*** Your God!’
» AP Laments Resistance of African Christians to Same-Sex Marriage
» Artist Leaves DC Comics Over New Woke Superman: ‘I’m Tired of Them Ruining These Characters’
» Dave Chapelle Says He Would Sit Down With Netflix Employees to Talk About His Jokes
» Facebook Announces New Censorship for Groups
» The Author of the Handmaid’s Tale Tweeted a Column Defending the Word ‘Woman’ and the Woke Are Outraged
» TV Director Slammed for Comparing Treatment of Trans People to the Holocaust
 
General
» Antarctica Chills With Coldest Winter on Record
 

“The Shadow Superpower” — The $10 Trillion Global Black Market

Of course, an important aspect of the black market is that earnings are in cash or in kind, and transactions are not taxed or registered in the “official” economy. That’s one reason why governments all over the world are constantly trying to crack down on it, so that they can collect the taxes they insist they’re owed. Independent-minded entrepreneurs, on the other hand, see no reason why they should hand over a portion (often an exorbitant portion) of their hard-earned dollars to bureaucrats and politicians. It’s hard not to sympathize with them.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Canadians Having Trouble Feeding Their Families, Wages Not Rising Fast Enough: Poll

Inflation and rising grocery costs have hurt Canadians’ wallets, a new survey says.

According to the poll, conducted by Angus Reid Institute, nearly half of respondents say that they have trouble covering their family’s grocery bill.

37 percent of respondents said that affording enough food to feed their households during the pandemic has been “difficult,” with another 9 percent saying it has been “very difficult.”

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

Inflation: Peter Schiff Lays it on the Line

My informed guesstimate of the real rate of consumer inflation in the USA at this time is that it’s at least 15% annually, and probably trending towards 20%. If you doubt that, go over your last year’s receipts for groceries and other consumables, and calculate the price increases for yourself. (Remember, the official rate of inflation disregards food costs, and dangerously underestimates others. That’s how the bureaucrats can keep it so low — but they can’t fool those who pay the bills. Our wallets reveal the truth, whether they like it or not.)

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Afghan Man Brought to Montana by Biden Administration Charged With Raping Woman

A man was issued a felony charge this week after he raped a woman in a downtown Missoula, Montana hotel over the weekend.

Zabihullah Mohmand, 19, reportedly raped an 18-year-old woman early Sunday at the Residence Inn Marriott on North Pattee Street, according to the Missoulian.

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

AG Garland Accused of Hiding Fact Former Facebook Lawyer is Part of DOJ

US Attorney General Merrick Garland is accused of attempting to hide the fact that former Facebook lawyer Susan Davis is a part of this administration’s Department of Justice (DoJ).

Senator Josh Hawley said it has now come to light that a lawyer formerly representing Facebook is “running Justice Department policy,” and wonders why Garland has been hiding it.

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

Anti-Critical Race Theory Org Launching $1m in Ads Targeting McAuliffe Before Virginia Governor Race

An anti-critical race theory (CRT) organization is helping Virginia voters keep the issue top-of-mind with a $1 million, multi-faceted ad strategy before November’s toss-up gubernatorial election.

Starting on Friday, national and state TV networks will air a video accusing Democratic nominee Terry McAuliffe of “minimizing” the role of parents. A digital component will target Essex, Nelson and Westmoreland counties, considered to be bellwether’s in the race. Loudoun and Fairfax counties, which have seen an explosion in debate over the issue, will also be targeted.

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

Are Film Industry Insiders Covering Up Fauci Film Flop?

UPDATE 10/20: IMDB just got caught with its pants down. Social media is noticing that they changed the Fauci film 1.6 audience score to 5.8, but they neglected to change the demographic data or the raw distribution, so it looks like they just faked the top-line number. Check the data yourself.

Meanwhile at Rotten Tomatoes, after being humiliated on social media for blocking the audience rating feature on Fauci, they just turned it on…and the film is getting an incredible 2%. Note the contrast with the rave (left-wing) professional review score of 90%.

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

Author: The Media’s Agenda is Not to Mislead People, But to Demoralize Them

Author Alex Newman says the point of media deception is no longer to mislead people into believing lies but rather to demoralize them into total submission.

Newman, who wrote Deep State: The Invisible Government Behind the Scenes, explained what he meant during an interview with Greg Hunter.

“Nobody believes the press anymore,” said Newman. “The point is not to make people believe these absurdities anymore. The point now is to demoralize people and to really silence us.”

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

Biden’s Voters Really Thought He Would Govern Competently?

Biden so obviously was going to lead us nowhere — not into the Promised Land, not out of Egypt, not even around a desert for 40 years. Like the mediocre colonel who submitted a mediocre application for promotion, his only letter of recommendation could read: “His men would follow him anywhere — but only out of curiosity.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Bizarre Video Shows Kids Dressed Up in ‘COVID Suits’ To Meet Grandparents

A bizarre video posted to TikTok shows children being made to dress up in ‘COVID suits’ before they’re allowed to meet their grandparents.

The children are seen wearing face masks inside their own house, as well as some kind of full poncho, gloves, in addition to swimming goggles.

“Coming!” shouts a woman who is presumably their mother.

When the children step outside of the house and see their grandparents, they are immediately told by the mother, “cover your nose!”

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

Cedar Park Man Found Guilty of Making Molotov Cocktail During 2020 Austin Protests

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A Cedar Park man was convicted by a federal jury for trying to make a Molotov cocktail during protests in Austin on May 30, 2020.

Cyril Lartigue, 27, was seen on video making the device while in a parking lot next to the Austin Municipal Court. The U.S. Department of Justice says Lartigue was interrupted by Austin Police Department officers and ran away.

Lartigue was found by police in a portable bathroom in changed clothes, the Justice Department says. They say they found materials used to make Molotov cocktails in his backpack, including beer bottles, a bottle of lighter fluid, cloth rags, a butane lighter and clothes he was previously seen wearing.

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

Demonstrators Protest Vaccine Requirement at Boeing

ST. LOUIS — Some Boeing workers showed their displeasure over a vaccination mandate by participating in a demonstration across the street from the company’s former headquarters in Berkeley Wednesday. Workers were recently notified about the pending vaccination requirement.

“We were told we have to be vaccinated by Dec. 8th,” demonstrator Tim Block said. “We have not been told as far as what happens after Dec. 8.”

Boeing worker Chris Seager said the decision to get vaccinated should be a personal one.

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

Dozens of Employees of Major SC Corporation Walk Out to Protest Vaccine Mandate

A hundred or so people lined the street outside General Electric in Greenville on Thursday to protest the federal government’s mandate that says that companies with federal contracts must require their employees to become vaccinated against COVID-19.

It was difficult to tell how many of the protesters were employees because many were children and senior citizens. Handfuls of people walked from the GE plant wearing blue uniforms, and some were seen in cars leaving the property.

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

Dumbest Tweet of the Year?

Leftist media outlet says Squid Game was successful because there weren’t any white people in it.

(The show was made in South Korea and the entire cast, apart from one dude, is Korean).

Journalists can’t even judge the quality of a piece of art without first filtering it through their insufferable oppression olympics purity test.

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

Exclusive: Iconic Target Store on Mission St to Close Amid Shoplifting Tidal Wave

Last week, after Walgreens announced that five additional outlets in San Francisco would be closing on top of the 17 that already have been shuttered since 2019, the company claimed that changes in both the law and prosecutor attitudes and made it impossible to run a profitable business in the city.

Mayor London Breed challenged that narrative. She attributed the closings to demographic shifts and the Chronicle dutifully reported that “the five stores slated to close had fewer than two recorded shoplifting incidents a month on average since 2018” (while acknowledging that few stores bother to report a crime that now routinely goes unpunished). Everyone who has stood in line at a drugstore and watched thieves shove hundreds of dollars of items down their pants knew that Breed was mistaken at best or lying at worst

Now, in a Globe exclusive, San Francisco Police Department has revealed that the iconic Target on Mission Street between Third and Fourth Streets will be shutting its doors before the end of the year.

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

Federal Judge Orders US CBP to Release Documents Related to Attempts to Unmask Anonymous Trump Critic

A District of Columbia (DC) federal judge has ordered the United States (US) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to release previously withheld documents related to its attempts to unmask an anonymous Trump critic in 2017.

The order was made in a Memorandum Opinion in Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press v. United States Customs and Border Protection et al (D.C. Cir. 2018) — a case where Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (RCFP), a group that provides legal representation and resources to protect the First Amendment, sued CBP over its failure to respond to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

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

Florida Governor Calls for Special Session to Counter Vaccine and Mask Mandates

By Jannis Falkenstern of The Epoch Times

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Oct. 21 called for a special legislative session to consider bills countering vaccine and mask mandates.

The move follows a series of covid vaccine mandates imposed by the administration of President Joe Biden. This does not sit well with the Florida Governor, and he has “had enough” of federal interference into state business, Christina Punshaw, Press Secretary told the Epoch Times.

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

Garland Doesn’t Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law’s CRT-Promoting Company

Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to say Thursday whether he sought ethics guidance concerning his son-in-law’s business — which pushes critical race theory-related ideas and provides services to school districts nationwide — before he issued his explosive memo this month saying the FBI will investigate threats by parents against school board members.

While testifying at a House Judiciary Committee hearing dedicated to the oversight of the Justice Department, Garland was asked by Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., to address conflict of interest concerns regarding his son-in-law’s company, Panorama Education, a technology company that endorses the type of left-leaning ideas that parents have opposed in school districts across the U.S.

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

Gas Prices in California Town Hit $7.59 a Gallon

GORDA, Calif. — The AAA website says it all: “Sorry Folks, but the cost of gasoline is still going up.”

That is painfully true in California, where AAA said the state average for a gallon of gasoline is $4.52. It’s much higher in the rural town of Gorda, where the cost of a gallon is a mind-numbing $7.59 a gallon, KFSN reported.

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

Get Smart About What Really Happened in the 2020 Election

After the last election, many of us hoped for a champion to undo voter fraud, that certain thing that drove President Donald Trump from office. A “Kraken.” A powerful force of nature, a metaphor of strength, rising from the depths, restorative of truth and proper process. And unlike the Kraken of legend and Hollywood, a purported force of good.

Failure to understand the complex architecture and confusing events of the 2020 election makes it more likely that something like it will happen again. Indeed, the destabilizing forces at work in 2020 are emboldened by their success. The philanthropic streams of money that fueled the 2020 outcome still exist. They are looking toward 2022 midterm elections to do it all over again.

That is why it is important to understand the complex mechanics that steered the outcome in 2020, so they do not happen again, so they do not further destabilize our political process.

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

Here it Comes: The Shortages Start to Hit Home — and So Does the Backlash

I believe Linda is exactly right when she says this is “a man-made, deliberate change”. The mismanagement of our economy on so large a scale can’t be accidental. To take just one example: progressive leftist environmentalists are trying to reduce (if not shut down) US oil and gas production. That’s led directly to the higher prices for gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, etc. that we’re seeing every day. As far as environmental purists are concerned, that’s not a bug: it’s a feature. They believe we’ll be better stewards of Nature if we stop raping her by extracting oil and gas. (The fact that we’ll also be colder, hungrier and poorer is our problem, not theirs. They’ll make sure that our taxpayer dollars will make up any shortfall they experience.)

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Marine Veteran Disarms Gas Station Robbers in Shocking Video

On Wednesday, a Marine veteran was captured on surveillance video saving an Arizona gas station from armed robbers.

Surveillance video released by the Yuma County Sheriff showed the early morning incident, where the man converses with a person out of frame just moments before the suspects rush in.

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

Nets Censor Devastating Poll Numbers for Collapsing Biden Presidency

The Joe Biden presidency is collapsing and the networks don’t want you to know about it. Two just-released polls have found the Democrat at record lows. But between the evening newscasts on Tuesday and the morning shows on Wednesday, offered zero coverage of the very bad news for Biden.

According to Quinnipiac, the President sits at 40 percent approval. It’s even worse for the Grinnell College poll, showing Biden at just 37 percent approval and 50 percent disapproval. Both are respected polling companies and included in the Real Clear Politics Average of polls.

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

NIH Admits Funding Gain-of-Function COVID Experiments; Gives EcoHealth Five Days to Report Data

A top NIH official admitted in a Wednesday letter that the US-funded so-called “gain-of-function” research in Wuhan, China — and that the US nonprofit which conducted it, EcoHealth Alliance — led by the controversial Peter Daszak, “failed to report” that they had created a chimeric bat coronavirus which could infect humans.

In a letter addressed to Rep. James Comer (R-KY), NIH Principal Deputy Director Lawrence A. Tabak cites a “limited experiment” to determine whether “spike proteins from naturally occurring bat coronaviruses circulating in China were capable of binding to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model.” According to the letter, humanized mice infected with the modified bat virus “became sicker” than those exposed to an unmodified version of the same bat coronavirus.

Daszak failed to report this finding, and has been given five days to submit “any and all unpublished data from the experiments and work conducted” under the NIH grant.

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

NYC Protesters Who Held ‘Freedom Rally’ At Times Square to March in Support of Kyrie Irving

Protesters who held a rally in Times Square last weekend against the city’s vaccine mandate will hold a demonstration this Sunday in support of the Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving, who has chosen not to get the COVID vaccine.

Jo Rose, who was at the rally in Times Square and will attend the demonstration for Irving, told Fox News they will start at Commodore Battery Park and march to the Barclays Center ahead of the opening game for the Nets. Irving is not eligible to play home games in Brooklyn because of a New York City mandate.

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

OSHA Isn’t Tracking COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Because it Doesn’t Want to Undermine Biden’s Shot Campaign

Under OSHA’s current COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare, businesses are not required to report their workers’ adverse effects to the jab because “OSHA does not wish to have any appearance of discouraging workers from receiving COVID-19 vaccination, and also does not wish to disincentivize employers’ vaccination efforts.”

This provision will not only allow potentially harmful side effects of the COVID-19 shot to go unnoticed and unrecorded but is scheduled to remain in place until at least May 2022.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Prop Gun Misfire Kills Woman on Set of Alec Baldwin Movie

SANTA FE, N.M. —

One person was killed in an accident on the movie set of “Rust” in Santa Fe Thursday.

Santa Fe County deputies say they responded to Bonanza Creek Ranch where the movie was being filmed after receiving a 911 call saying someone had been shot.

Deputies say two people were shot during filming of a scene using a prop gun.

According to a statement from one of the film’s producers, there was an incident involving the “misfire of a prop gun with blanks.”

Investigators say a 42-year-old was shot and died from her injuries.

A 42-year-old man was also shot and is currently receiving emergency care.

Deputies are investigating how and what type of projectile was discharged from the prop gun…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Republicans Filibuster Democrats’ Election Bill

Authored by Joseph Lord via The Epoch Times

Republicans successfully filibustered the Democrats’ Freedom to Vote election bill Wednesday, denying the legislation the 60 votes needed to move on to floor debate.

The bill would have created new requirements for groups to disclose information about their donors, named Election Day a national holiday, and created federal standards for voting by mail, early voting, and voter ID.

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

Saratoga School District Bans Teaching of Critical Race Theory

Saratoga’s school district officially banned the teaching of critical race theory in its schools during a meeting of the district’s board of trustees earlier this week.

On Monday, the board members unanimously adopted a resolution to ban teachers and staff from offering instruction on critical race theory or similar ideas. The district will not purchase any materials or bring any speakers to the schools that promote the ideas, according to the resolution.

“I believe that God’s children should all be treated the same,” one person at the meeting said.

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

Sheriffs to Vaccine-Mandating Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: Pound Sand

Illinois sheriffs are declining to provide mutual aid to the Chicago Police Department, citing Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and overall anti-police policies.

Lightfoot set a vaccine status self-reporting deadline of midnight Friday for the city’s emergency responders. However, Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara objected, arguing the policy is a violation of officers’ rights.

By Monday, less than two-thirds of the CPD had complied. That day, the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System, an association of police departments, sent a bulletin to its members. The ILEAS was concerned that, in the event of a large-scale incident while the mandate issue was being resolved, Chicago might require mutual aid, and they were looking to assess the amount of support they could expect.

The response from neighboring jurisdictions was less than enthusiastic.

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

The Car Shortage is About to Get a Whole Lot Worse

Essentially, you can’t make cars without aluminum. You can’t work with aluminum without using magnesium. And as of December, you may not be able to work with magnesium much — if at all. Amos Fletcher, analyst for Barclays, put it succinctly: “If magnesium supply stops, the entire auto industry will potentially be forced to stop.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

The Great Reset Should Scare Us All

Is America at war? The short answer is, “Yes, we are.” Who exactly are we fighting? It might feel like Democrats vs. Republicans, but it is not. There is a much bigger threat to you than your neighbor who has a different political view. This enemy does not care to which party you belong.

This cold war is not just being fought on American soil, but worldwide, and the enemy is using propaganda and censorship to pit citizens against citizens, Americans against Americans. We are more divided today than we have ever been, and it is right where the enemy wants us.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Video: Cop Who Told Dem Governor to “Kiss My A**” Says Vax Mandates Have ‘Awoken a Sleeping Giant’

A career cop who was forced to resign for refusing to go along with vaccine mandates warned Wednesday that ‘a sleeping giant’ has been awoken.

Washington State trooper Robert LaMay, who infamously signed off after 22 years in the job by telling Democrat Governor Jay Inslee to “kiss my a**”, told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that he has been overwhelmed by the support he has received.

“I’ve had contacts from Great Britain. I guess I’m in a Russian paper. I mean, it’s insane. It’s going across the state and across the world,” LaMay said, adding “It’s been unlimited talk shows. I’ve been on talk shows pretty much solid since two o’clock yesterday. And I could do a ton more if I had the time of day, it’s just a mess.”

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

White House Collaborated With School Board Group on Letter Comparing Parents to ‘Domestic Terrorists’

The school board association responsible for comparing parents to “domestic terrorists” reportedly collaborated with President Joe Biden’s White House before publishing its letter calling for federal assistance in dealing with concerned parents.

Emails obtained by Parents Defending Education, a concerned parents organization, uncovered that the CEO of the National School Board Association (NSBA) — the nation’s largest school board association — was in communication with the White House for “several weeks” before the organization’s letter dropped. According to the emails, the White House had requested additional information on the “specific threats” taking place across the country.

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

WSB’ers Help Drive Trump’s “Truth Social” SPAC Up Over 600% on the Day

Update (1930ET): In a stunning development after hours, DWAC just topped $70, meaning it is up over 600% on the day…

After being halted multiple times during the day…

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

Breaking: Trudeau Confirms National Standardized Proof of Vaccination for Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed on Thursday that all provinces and territories in Canada will adopt a federal standard for proof-of-vaccination certificates.

Certificates will be used for both domestic and international travel, he said.

The standard is already in use in Ontario, Quebec, Saskatoon, Nova Scotia., Newfoundland and Labrador, Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

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

Burrard Bridge Completely Closed for Climate Protest

The Burrard Bridge was closed in both directions Wednesday evening for a climate protest, making the after-work commute difficult for drivers trying to exit the city’s downtown core.

Vancouver Police Department officers set up blockades on streets leading up to the Burrard Bridge, forcing drivers to turn around. Sgt. Steve Addison said one man and one woman were arrested over the course of the demonstration for blocking the intersection of Burrard and Pacific streets.

The protest was organized by Extinction Rebellion, a climate justice group advocating for action on environmental issues.

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

Employees Push Back Against Having to “Police” Vaccine Passports

Employees unfortunate to be in in jurisdictions with controversial vaccine passport mandates, such as parts of Canada, have to play the role of police to ensure that customers are carrying valid vaccine passports.

According to Howard Levitt, a Canadian lawyer, employees are complaining about having to check clients’ vaccination status through the app.

In an article published in the Financial Post, Levitt said that “a large number of employees tell us these changes have resulted in over-all demoralization in the workplace.”

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

Study Reveals Exact Date Vikings First Settled in North America, Beating Columbus

Authors of the study analyzed tree rings at L’Anse aux Meadows, a UNESCO world heritage site in Newfoundland, Canada, and determined that Vikings were already present in North America in 1021 AD, more than four centuries before Christopher Columbus.

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

British MPs Face Significant Terrorism Threat

British MPs face a significant danger of being the target of terrorist attacks. UK Home Secretary Priti Patel said on Wednesday. However, she added that the intelligence services had no information about any specific and immediate threat, Reuters reported.

“I must update the House that the threat level facing members of parliament is now deemed to be substantial,” she said.

Sky News explained that the threat to MPs is at the same level as the current national threat to the UK as a whole. Previously, the threat against MPs was deemed to be “moderate,” meaning an attack was “possible but not likely.”

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

Britons Still Frightened of Being in Enclosed Spaces With Maskless People

Britons are nowe more frightened of being in enclosed or poorly ventilated spaces with people not wearing masks than they were in July before coronavirus restrictions were lifted, according to a poll.

A YouGov poll published on Wednesday found that a combined 72 per cent of adults in Great Britain would feel “less safe” if they were in a crowded or un-ventilated pace with people not wearing face-coverings. Of those, 51 per cent said they felt “much less safe” in such settings, with 21 per cent saying they felt “a bit less safe”.

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Czechia Wants to Push More People Into Vaccinations With Tightened Restrictions

The Czech government is responding to the worsening epidemic situation with new measures, with the country’s health minister saying that the measure to charge for testing is designed to push people to get the vaccine.

Minister of Health Adam Vojtech announced that from Oct. 25, people would have to wear face masks at workplaces or mass events, regardless of the number of participants.

The changes will also concern Covid-19 testing. In addition to shortening the validity of antigenic and PCR tests, from November, public health insurance will no longer cover the cost of testing.

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France: ‘Moroccan’ Man Sentenced for Marine Le Pen Beheading Threat

A man who described himself as “Moroccan” has been sentenced to a year in prison after threatening to behead populist French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen.

The man threatened to behead Ms Le Pen and conservative writer and pundit Eric Zemmour on the social media platform TikTok.

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French Conservative Zemmour Slammed After Jokingly Pointing Rifle at Journalists

A French minister has criticised conservative writer and pundit Eric Zemmour, a leading presidential hopeful, for jokingly pointing a rifle at journalists at a trade show on Wednesday.

Minister Delegate for Citizenship Marlène Schiappa slammed Mr Zemmour, saying on Twitter: “Aiming at journalists with a weapon and telling them to ‘back off!’ is not funny. It is horrifying.”

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Hungary Slams EU’s Handling of the Energy Crisis

Just as it failed to handle the refugee crisis back in 2015, the European Commission has also botched its response to the rapid rise of energy prices, Fidesz’ European Parliament caucus leader said on Wednesday.

“Hungary does not allow the costs of the energy crisis to be paid for by its citizens, but it has again only been criticized. just as it has been for its effective border protection,” said Kinga Gal, who pointed out in her speech during the plenary session of the European Parliament that the European Commission were unable to deal with the illegal migration crisis in 2015, accumulated errors and was late in taking action.

“Unfortunately, we are now seeing the same thing with regard to the energy crisis, with soaring electricity and gas prices affecting the majority of European citizens. Hungary has already reduced its overheads before that, and it will not allow the costs of the energy crisis to be borne by Hungarian citizens,” she said.

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Italian Senator Suspended for Not Showing Vaccine Passport

Protesters who have been gathering across Italy to support a campaign against introduction of vaccination certificates, known as “the green pass” in that country have some supporters in high places like senators and members of parliament (MPs).

One of them, Senator Laura Granato, has experienced first-hand what the new rules around Covid passes mean for gainfully employed persons who oppose them: she was suspended and left without her daily allowance for ten days for refusing to show the pass once inside the Senate building.

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Margaret Thatcher Comes Top as PM Britons Would Chose to Handle Pandemic

A plurality of Britons would have preferred former Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to have handled the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, a poll found.

YouGov asked 5,511 adults in Great Britain in a poll published on Wednesday: “Regardless of how you view them otherwise, if you had to choose one British Prime Minister from the last forty years to have handled the Covid-19 outbreak, who would it have been?”

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Nine UK Schools Tell Schoolkids to Pay for Lunch Via Facial Recognition as Opponents Warn it Normalizes Surveillance State

A group of nine schools in North Ayrshire has begun scanning students’ faces to record school lunch payments, praising the new high-tech system for speeding up the transaction process and minimizing physical contact between individuals. The program officially began on Monday, replacing the schools’ previous system of card-swiping and fingerprint scanning.

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Poland: Italy’s PM: Steadfast Support for the Commission

It is reacting firmly to national court rulings on the primacy

(ANSA) — ROME, OCT 20 — “Firm, steadfast support to the European Commission in the action it is doing. The Commission is reacting with firmness,” said Italy’s prime minister, Mario Draghi, in his reply to the Senate. Draghi underlined that among the European issues, one concerns “how to deal with the challenge to European integrity that comes from the judgments of national constitutional courts that claim primacy over the European Court of Justice.”

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Polish President’s Warning: The Specter of War Has Returned to Central Europe

Polish President Andrzej Duda warned that Central Europe could plunge back into war during the 2021 Lithuanian National Security Conference in Vilnius.

At the conference, he stated that the “beginning with the time of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, a real specter of conventional warfare has returned to our part of Europe for the first time in decades.”

Duda added that this was a relatively new situation for the region after a generation of stability and success, and requires the adoption of a new outlook on issues of security.

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UK: Ali Harbi Ali Charged With Murder of David Amess, ‘Preparation of Terrorist Acts’

London’s Metropolitan Police have charged Ali Harbi Ali with murder and “preparation of terrorist acts” after a knife attack that saw British Member of Parliament David Amess killed at a constituency event last Friday.

Ali Harbi Ali, 25 years old, of North London and widely reported as of Somalian heritage was charged with murder, and of preparing terrorist acts under the Terrorism Act 2006 on Thursday. He is being held by police and is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today.

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UK: Minister Denies Stricter ‘Plan C’ To Ban Households Mixing at Christmas if COVID Numbers Rise

A health minister has been forced to deny reports that Cabinet Office officials are considering a stricter “Plan C” for handling the coronavirus pandemic during Winter, which could include banning households from mixing.

On Wednesday evening, Health Secretary Sajid Javid did not, as initially feared, announce the introduction of Plan B measures — which could include the return of mask mandates and working from home, or even the introduction of domestic vaccine passports — but warned that to “keep your freedoms” in the coming months, Britons must get vaccinated.

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Global Sankirtan Protest by ISKCON Against Jihadi Menace on Minorities in Bangladesh

Bangladesh ISKCON’s Twitter account closed, Kirtan protests around the world on Oct 23 against the barbaric Jihadi attacks on minority Hindus. Former US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard condemns.

Upasana Das | HENB | Dhaka | Oct 20, 2021:: ISKCON in Bangladesh is under another repression. Now, their Twitter account of the Bangladesh chapter of the international organization was closed by Twitter authorities.

The ISKCON authorities have already protested the incident. The organization wanted to know from the Twitter authorities, why was their Bangladesh account closed?. Yudhistir Govinda Das (ISKCON Communications), one of the key persons of ISKCON, wrote on Twitter, “I wanted to know from my Twitter account why the ISKCON Bangladesh account was closed.”

Not only that the twitter handle of Unity Council of Bangladesh was also suspended by the twitter authority most probably under the reporting of Sheikh Hasina Govt in Bangladesh. Incidentally, ISKCON is also a part of Unity Council of Bangladesh.

As the ISKCON temples in Bangladesh were vandalized, devotees were attacked and murdered during recent Durgapuja and post Puja violence, ISKCON finally took the path of global protest through Hare Krishna Nam Sankirtan. ISKCON has called for protests around the world over the recent Jihadi brutality in Bangladesh on October 23…

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China Blocks All Boston Celtics Games After Enes Kanter Demands “Dictator” Xi “Free Tibet”

Here we go again.

In an incident that echos the controversy unleashed by a seemingly innocuous tweet from then-Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey, the Chinese government has just banned broadcasts of all upcoming games involving the Boston Celtics after one of the NBA’s star players released a recorded message denouncing Chinese President Xi Jinping as a “brutal dictator” and called for the CCP to finally “free” Tibet.

In the nearly three-minute video, Enes Kanter claimed that the CCP has robbed the people of Tibet of their “basic rights” and that Tibetans are “not able to worship freely” amongst a host of other freedoms denied to them by China. “Tibet belongs to the Tibetan people…under the Chinese government’s brutal rule…[their] basic rights are nonexistent.”

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New China Law Will Punish Parents for Children’s ‘Bad Behavior’

China has drafted a law that would punish the parents of children who exhibit “very bad behavior” — which would be one of the first laws of its kind anywhere in the modern world.

A spokesman for the Legislative Affairs Commission of China’s parliament, which is often dubbed in the West a “rubber-stamp” institution for the dictates of Communist party leadership, said “There are many reasons for adolescents to misbehave, and the lack of or inappropriate family education is the major cause.”

It comes amid a broader initiative by President Xi and party leaders to stamp out what they’ve dubbed the false “spiritual opium” of Western culture, in reference to everything from internet gaming, to worship of Hollywood celebrities, to pop music, also to things deemed effeminate.

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Xi Jinping Praises China’s ‘Democracy’ But Within the Party Some Are Against Him

by Li Qiang

For Xi, the country’s political system is a “great creation”, the key to its global success. However, as the 20th Party congress approaches, tensions are developing with Vice President Wang Qishan and the Shanghai faction, led by Zeng Qinghong.

Beijing (AsiaNews) — According to Xi Jinping, China’s political system is a “great creation” and the key to its global success.

The president spoke yesterday at a meeting of the Chinese Communist Party dedicated to the country’s constitutional structures. In it he stressed that China is ruled by completely democratic processes.

In his address, Xi said that democracy is not reduced to promises made at elections, an ornament or a decoration; “Democracy is for solving the people’s real problems,” he emphasised.

Some analysts view the president’s speech as a response to the United States and its allies, who have slammed China for its human rights violations and repression of dissent…

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Fears the Next Generation of Young Australians Will be Unwilling to Defend Their Country in War Due to ‘Woke School Curriculum’

Schools that teach students ‘woke’ concepts like Anzac Day is a ‘contested idea’ will undermine children’s belief in Australia and why the country is worth defending, says education minister.

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Wild Scenes in Melbourne as the City Celebrates Being Freed From the World’s Longest Lockdown Lasting 262 Days With Cheers Ringing Out and Pubs Flooded With Punters — But Some Hated Rules Remain

After 262 days in what became the world’s longest cumulative lockdown, it was little wonder Melburnians were ready for a party when restrictions finally ended at midnight.

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Cheap Labor Lobbyists Complain Trump’s COVID Immigration Restrictions Protected American Jobs, Wages

Of course, Goldman Sachs is intent on playing up what it views as a problem by falsely declaring the United States has “worker shortages” because there has been “upward pressure on wages in 2021” — something the investment bank wants to counter by significantly increasing immigration.

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Farage Asks Where’s the MSM? As Over 800 More Boat Migrants Land in Britain

Nigel Farage questioned why illegal migration has disappeared from mainstream media headlines, as over 800 illegal boat migrants were brought ashore.

Between Saturday and Monday, 806 illegal migrants successfully reached the UK after traversing the Channel in small boats from France, with 410 on Saturday, 102 on Sunday, and a further 294 migrants on Monday.

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Antifa Protesters Disrupt Texas College Campus Pro-Life Prayer Vigil: ‘F*** Your God!’

EXCLUSIVE: Antifa protesters disrupted a pro-life candlelight prayer vigil Monday night on the campus of the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton.

The protesters, who reportedly numbered in the hundreds, chanted blasphemous slogans and attempted to drown out the small group of students gathering to demonstrate against abortion, as seen in video obtained by Fox News Digital.

The vigil had been organized by the UNT chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT), a student group that has existed in some form since 1980.

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AP Laments Resistance of African Christians to Same-Sex Marriage

The Associated Press (AP) published a story Wednesday lamenting African Christians’ ongoing opposition to same-sex marriage.

While in the West prominent Protestant churches “have been vocal advocates for same-sex marriage and LGBTQ rights,” writes AP, with “only a few exceptions, this hasn’t happened in Africa, where Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian and Lutheran leaders are among those opposing such inclusion.

In Ghana, for instance, “leaders of major churches have united in denouncing homosexuality as a ‘perversion,’“ and in endorsing harsh anti-LGBTQ legislation, the article states, a position mirrored by Christian denominations around the continent.

Christians throughout Africa overwhelmingly oppose gay marriage and often frame attempts by Westerners to pressure them into accepting it as “cultural imperialism” and “ideological neocolonization.”

In her groundbreaking 2018 work Target Africa: Ideological Neocolonization in the 21st Century, Nigerian biologist and human rights activist Obianuju Ekeocha dedicated an entire chapter to attempts by Western “cultural imperialists who consider themselves ‘our betters’“ to impose a pro-homosexual agenda on Africa.

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Artist Leaves DC Comics Over New Woke Superman: ‘I’m Tired of Them Ruining These Characters’

Gabe Eltaeb, a colorist working on DC Comics’s “Son of Kal-El” series, had announced on Tuesday that he will not be renewing his contract with the comics giant.

Eltaeb said that the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back was when DC Comics brass removed “the American way” from Superman’s slogan:

“What really pissed me off was saying truth, justice, and a better world. F*** that; it was ‘truth, justice, and the American way.’“

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Dave Chapelle Says He Would Sit Down With Netflix Employees to Talk About His Jokes

Controversial comedy icon Dave Chapelle said on Thursday that he would love to sit down and talk with Netflix employees who are upset about his routines.

His team stated specifically that nobody from Netflix has taken Chapelle up on his offer to date, despite claims to the contrary.

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Facebook Announces New Censorship for Groups

Facebook seems to be attempting to respond to the most recent round of criticism against it and deflect from it by “doing more” with an announcement that new censorship measures are on its way.

This time they concern groups, whose members’ posts will be demoted if Facebook determines that they had violated its guidelines in other places on the giant network — meaning that their group-posted content can still be in line with Facebook’s rules, without having broken any. The downranking will apply to all content posted by these users in a group.

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The Author of the Handmaid’s Tale Tweeted a Column Defending the Word ‘Woman’ and the Woke Are Outraged

I don’t think Atwood gets it…yet. A TERF is anyone the woke left decides is the enemy of their agenda. That means the author of the column and, because she shared it, Atwood is now a TERF too. At least she will be unless she recants, which is still a real possibility. Seriously, it’s either walk this back or become a permanent exile online like JK Rowling. Frankly, Atwood has a lot wrapped up in support from the left. It’s not just her book and the ongoing TV show, it’s her entire legacy. I’m not sure she can afford to have her fanbase turn on her over a tweet. Wouldn’t be surprised to see her issue a groveling apology within the next 24 hours.

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TV Director Slammed for Comparing Treatment of Trans People to the Holocaust

A TV director who compared the attitude toward transgender people to the treatment of Jewish people during the Nazi holocaust has been roundly criticised for the comments.

The comparison was made by Joey Soloway during a protest at Netflix headquarters over Dave Chapelle’s special The Closer in which he comments on biological gender.

Soloway, who identifies as ‘nonbinary’, said that “Trans people are in the middle of a Holocaust,” further claiming they are being subjected to “apartheid, murder, a state of emergency, human rights crisis.”

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Antarctica Chills With Coldest Winter on Record

While Americans enjoyed balmy summer days, the southern hemisphere had an exceptional winter.

The South Pole recorded its coldest winter on record.

Between April and September, a research station sitting on a high plateau in Antarctica, registered an average temperature of minus 78 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 61 degrees Celsius). That’s the coldest temperature recorded since record keeping began in 1957, and about 4.5 F (2.5 C) lower than the most recent 30-year average, according to The Washington Post.

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24 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/21/2021

  1. “The Czech government is responding to the worsening epidemic situation with new measures, with the country’s health minister saying that the measure to charge for testing is designed to push people to get the vaccine.

    Minister of Health Adam Vojtech announced that from Oct. 25, people would have to wear face masks at workplaces or mass events, regardless of the number of participants.

    The changes will also concern Covid-19 testing. In addition to shortening the validity of antigenic and PCR tests, from November, public health insurance will no longer cover the cost of testing.”

    yeeeeah, it’s hilarious how much damages he wants to make before he looses his job with the new government. Not that I expect them to do any better, as it’s gonna rely on Antifa members.

    I doubt people are going to pay for the tests. It’s discriminatory to people who are already struggling with money. And obviously it forces you to go for the jab instead, which is against the law. Let’s see how long it takes before someone sues them.

    • Vojtech is gonna have to walk down in the sewers after he leaves office, because I don’t know anyone who would support “his”/”globalist” policies – even jagged Czechs can’t stand this Covid Fascism as far as I can see…

      But the flu seems to have come early to Bohemia, the respiratory problems really do rise, the next government is going to pull the Covid Fascism card again, I have no doubt about it. I just hope that we can weather the bureaucratic idiots like we always do 😉

  2. Soloway, who identifies as ‘nonbinary’, said that “Trans people are in the middle of a Holocaust,” further claiming they are being subjected to “apartheid, murder, a state of emergency, human rights crisis.”

    Are we talking about the Middle East or…?

  3. Thanks for another awesome news feed baron.
    1500 jets flying to Davos every year. And I am supposed to worry about driving my Ford Ranger to the grocery store. Yeah, right…
    Also. Norse in North America 1000 years ago? See Mowat, Farley. West Viking: The Ancient North in Greenland and North America.
    Bjarni Hjerofson “discovered” North America around 997 Anno Domini when his trading ship was blown off course. It is an interesting story. Read the icelandic Sagas. lots of interesting stories there.

    • 1500 private jets flying to Davos? Sounds like a prime opportunity for a man with a nuke. Or canisters of nerve agent in the mountains surrounding the city. Those ought to act like a giant fishbowl and contain it long enough to gas the whole nest of globalist rats.

    • War always thins the herd. So the west is far from finished, I have faith the western man will prevail against the globullist and the 3rd world orcs.

  4. Poland Solidarity Movement 2.0 begin..
    The descendants of German Nazis and their collaborators who rule the EU dressed up as liberal leftist clowns will not lecture us about “European values” and the “rule of law”!

    • Go Poland ! Protect your country and Europe, this criminals are not refugees, those Islamic parasites looking for free money and reap that’s all , don’t listen to this naive leftist Germans !!, those idiots, build the high wall ASASP, keep them out , send them back to Lukaszenko communist rat together with Putin

    • The EU has nothing to do with the bloody naxi’s who are long dead and gone, but it has everything to do with the bloody communists who are far worse.

        • Mahoooy, I know exactly who is who in Europe, the EU is a marxist dream. Say what you want about the bloody naxi’s, they sure as hell would never have in a million years opened the borders to the dregs of the 3rd world like the marxist garbage in charge now are doing.

      • Thanks to Baron and Dymphna Spirit of Freedom ..
        Something you Asian-Russian will never know and understand..
        They and I are Latin Culture people..You are Turanian..
        Feel sorry for you..

      • ..” your old national pain and sores! ”
        Your mean your Russian crimes ,murders and destructions you cast on us Poles last 180 yeras ?
        Wind of Change coming and bad Karma waiting for you around corner :-))
        We will be the first one to serve you a Historical Bill and Gallows :-00

        • Не говори “Гоп”, пока не перепрыгнешь

          Не дели шкуру неубитого медведя

          Nie dziel skóry na niedźwiedziu

          Don’t bite off more than you can chew.
          Don’t get ahead of yourself.
          Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.
          The show’s not over till the fat lady sings.
          Don’t count your eggs before they’re in the pudding.
          Let’s not run before we can walk.

          Well, something like this.

          • That’s exactly why you need Visas and permision to visit Free World..
            We are aware who you are..
            Any way ..China will chew you. pretty soon…after all you are an offspring and culture of Mongol hord and blood..

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