Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/25/2021

Quebec is planning to fire unvaccinated healthcare workers and replace them with novices. Meanwhile, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said that the federal government will send police officers and other government workers for education and counseling to help them overcome their vaccine hesitancy.

In other news, Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to cooperate on space exploration, including a planned lunar landing.

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Financial Crisis
» One Bank’s “Persistent Inflation” Meter Just Hit a Record 96 Out of 100
» Watch: Biden Admin Wants to Tax Increased Value of Assets Before Those Assets Are Sold
 
USA
» “Fact-Checkers”: Absolutely No Evidence to Show Spike Proteins in Vaxx Are Toxic
» “Welcome to the Hunger Games”: More Chicago Officers ‘Summoned’ as City Council Mulls Vax Mandate Reversal
» 2020 Study in NIH Archive — “COVID-19 Vaccines… May Worsen COVID-19 Disease Via Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.”
» 3M Employees Protest Outside Columbia Plant Over Vaccine Mandate
» 45 Arrests After Protesters Block Traffic in NYC; Call on Biden to Push Climate Agenda
» Alaska Welcomes Police Officers Fired for Defying Vaccines Mandates: ‘We Back the Blue’
» Biden’s Average Approval Rating Plummets to New Low: Polling
» CDC Director: Unvaccinated Police, Government Workers to be Sent for “Education and Counseling”
» EcoHealth Throws NIH Under the Bus Over Wuhan Gain-of-Function Report; Researcher Claims ‘Massive Cover-Up’
» ‘Fed-Protected’ Man Identified as Mystery Instigator of J6 Capitol Breach
» GOP Rep Shows Damning Video to AG Garland of Suspected Federal Agents Who Entered Capitol, Incited Riot on Jan. 6?
» Gov. DeSantis Lashes Out at Anthony Fauci Over ‘Cruel’ Puppy Experiments
» Guatemalan Man Illegally in U.S. Kills Florida Girl, 5, In DUI Collision, Authorities Say
» How Can 84% of Chicago Public Schools Students Graduate When Only 26% of 11th-Graders Are Proficient in Reading, Math?
» Hundreds of Moog Employees Walk Off the Job in Protest of Vaccine Mandate
» Hundreds Rally in Fergus Falls for Recently Fired Surgeon
» Illinois Supreme Court Rules Tax on Guns & Ammo Unconstitutional
» I’m Actually Fine With Firing These Nurses
» Judge Rules That Loudoun County Teen Engaged in ‘Non-Consensual Sex’ With Female Student in School Bathroom
» Majority of Maryland Parents Oppose Vaccine Mandates for Students, Teachers, Survey Says
» Miami Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Aid ISIS With Pipe Bomb-Making Instructions
» New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy to Impose Statewide COVID Vax Mandate After Re-Election, Senior Adviser Reveals
» NYC Police Union Sues City Over Vaccine Mandate
» NYC Workers March Across Brooklyn Bridge in Protest of COVID Vaccine Mandate
» Protesters Rally in Rochester Against Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Mandate
» Rand Paul: Fauci Will Never Stop Lying; Fire Him Now
» Report: Halyna Hutchins Was Shot in Chest When Alec Baldwin Fired Prop Gun
» Rittenhouse Prosecutors Ask That Men Shot Not be Described as ‘Looters’ or ‘Rioters’ During Trial
» Socialist Journalist Sued by Texas Newspaper for Defamation
» Watch: SNL Finally Makes Fun of Biden—mocks CNN Town Hall, Approval Rating, Hair Sniffing
» What Happened in the ‘Rust’ Movie Set Shooting
» White House Claims They’ve ‘Never Heard’ Of ‘F*** Joe Biden’ or ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Chants
 
Canada
» Anti-Vax Ottawa Mother Banned From Giving Teenage Son COVID Vaccine Advice
» One Person Arrested After Extinction Rebellion Protest at Nanaimo Airport
» Quebec Wants to Fire Unvaxxed Health Care Staff, Replace Them With Novices: Alexa Lavoie
» Saskatchewan Sets Up COVID Snitch Line, Detainment Centres and Enforcement Team
» Toronto Students Told Not to Speak During Lunch to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19
 
Europe and the EU
» “I’ll Do Whatever it Takes” — Polish PM Addresses Attempts to Block EU Funding to Poland From Country’s Own Left-Wing Politicians
» After Clamor for New Restrictions, Modelling Says COVID Cases Set to Plummet in UK
» Denmark Reports Highest Infection Rate Since May Despite 75% of Population Being Fully Vaccinated
» ‘Europe is Committing Suicide’ — Czech PM Babis Criticizes EU’s Energy Policy
» France: Can Éric Zemmour be the Next President?
» German ISIS Woman Jailed for Yazidi Girl’s Death in Iraq
» German ISIS Bride Sentenced to Prison for Role in Slave Child’s Death
» Greta Agrees She is ‘Just Saying Blah Blah Blah’ On Climate
» How Much Did German and Soviet Occupation Cost Poland in WWII? Polish Government to Establish Institute for War Losses to Back Reparations Push
» Hungary: Hundreds of Thousands Attend Budapest Peace March, PM Orban Condemns Violence and Oppression From the Left
» Lithuania is Approaching Record New Cases Despite Being Over 60% Vaccinated and a COVID-Fascist State
» Poles Join Anti-Communist ‘Peace March in Hungary’s Budapest in Large Numbers
» Scotland’s Vaccine Passport Shares Data With Big Tech Operatives and More
» Switzerland: ProtonMail Wins Appeal Against Surveillance Laws
» UK: Boris Govt to Mandate Vaccines for NHS Staff ‘As Soon as Possible’: Report
» UK: Climate Change Activists Pushing Establishment Narrative Wonder Why They’re Not in Prison
» UK: Claudia Webbe: MP Who Threatened Partner’s Female Friend With Acid Found Guilty of Harassment
» UK: Cancel Cat in the Hat? Cambridge University Adds Trigger Warnings to Dr Seuss Books
» UK: Extinction Rebellion Protester Glues His Head to Road Blocking Central London Traffic
» Was Kurz’s Fall in Austria an Orchestrated Coup?
 
Middle East
» Israel and Emirates: Cooperation on Space Exploration
 
Australia — Pacific
» Delingpole: Australian Cartoonist Sacked After Comparing Vax Pass Enforcement to Tiananmen Square
» She Creeps Me Out
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Sudanese Opposition Calls for Protests Against Military Coup
 
Immigration
» Rape, Killing of 13-Year-Old Shocks Austria, 3 Afghans Held
 
Culture Wars
» “Damage and Destroy” Climate Zealots’ Final Solution?
» British Lawmaker Claims Christ’s Death Was ‘Assisted’ By ‘Kindly Centurion’ In Euthanasia Debate
» Concealed Data: My BS Meter Pegs Out
» UK: Oxfam Bans Bingo Game After Trans Employees Complain
 

One Bank’s “Persistent Inflation” Meter Just Hit a Record 96 Out of 100

Earlier this year, as Wall Street first became obsessed with distinguishing transitory vs non-transitory (i.e., permanent) inflation, Bank of America launched two trackers — a transitory and a non-transitory inflation meter. Initially, it was mostly good news: while the bank’s transitory inflation meter was at 100, or the highest reading possible, non-transitory inflation was subdued, at just 37 back in May.

However one month later, an ominous trend emerged: while “transitory” inflation was stuck at the highest reading possible, “non-transitory” inflation doubled to 75 in June.

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

Watch: Biden Admin Wants to Tax Increased Value of Assets Before Those Assets Are Sold

United States Secretary of Treasury Janet Yellen joined CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday to discuss Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, specifically taxing the wealthy through capital gains.

Yellen said that unlike Speaker Nancy Pelosi she would not call it a “wealth tax” but a tax on “unrealized capital gains” for the “exceptionally wealthy.”

This means Yellen wants to tax the increase in value on your home before you’ve sold it, taxing the money you would earn if you sold it even if you haven’t sold it. This would be true of increased valuation on stocks, as well. As Biden has said many times, he doesn’t want to increase taxes on those earning less than $400,000 per year.

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

“Fact-Checkers”: Absolutely No Evidence to Show Spike Proteins in Vaxx Are Toxic

There are no spike proteins in the COVID jab, they said!

Just conspiracy theory!

So why now am I seeing headlines admitting there are spike proteins?

Looks like they continue to lose track of the narrative.

They can no longer deny that the spike proteins exist, so they’ve taken to trying to discredit the seriousness of them.

How very interesting….

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

“Welcome to the Hunger Games”: More Chicago Officers ‘Summoned’ as City Council Mulls Vax Mandate Reversal

Chicago’s main police union is continuing to tell officers to hold the line as police HQ continues summoning officers to disclose their Covid vaccination status, and placing those who don’t comply on “no-pay status” while sending them home.

Just ahead of a crucial city council meeting set for Monday, Fraternal Order of Police First Vice President Michael Mette likened the continued standoff to “The Hunger Games”. Mette referenced the popular dystopian novel series and movies in a social media video posted prior to the weekend, saying “Welcome to day three of ‘The Hunger Games,’ where we find out who the city is going to offer up as tribute.”

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

2020 Study in NIH Archive — “COVID-19 Vaccines… May Worsen COVID-19 Disease Via Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.”

Politicians, bureaucrats, the media, big business, and even the entertainment industry went for a wall-to-wall 24/7/365 pressure campaign to get as many people vaccinated as possible.

Millions of people have had their immune systems weekend in the name of public health.

And they wonder why we don’t trust the government?

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

3M Employees Protest Outside Columbia Plant Over Vaccine Mandate

COLUMBIA — A protest was held outside the 3M plant in Columbia on Monday morning in relation to the vaccine mandate the company implemented last week.

As KOMU 8 previously reported, 3M sent an email to all employees saying they must be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8, unless they receive a medical or religious exemption. Those who aren’t vaccinated will be subject to review for termination.

3M said because it is a federal contractor and has more than 100 people employed, it will follow the federal mandate.

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

45 Arrests After Protesters Block Traffic in NYC; Call on Biden to Push Climate Agenda

MANHATTAN — Police arrested 45 protesters Monday after they blocked traffic on major roads in Manhattan during the morning rush hour, causing major delays.

Northbound lanes of the FDR Drive were closed at Jackson Street in Manhattan before 9 a.m. As of 10:45 a.m., the roadways have reopened, according to the city’s emergency management department.

Another protest near West 34th Street and 12th Avenue blocked all southbound lanes the same time, according to Notify NYC. Those lanes reopened around 10 a.m.

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

Alaska Welcomes Police Officers Fired for Defying Vaccines Mandates: ‘We Back the Blue’

Alaska isn’t putting any “new” policies in place; they’re just keeping on with what was their previous normal.

On Monday, New York City’s public staff held a massive demonstration opposing the local COVID-19 vaccine restrictions mandating who is allowed to work. City workers in general have until the end of the month to get their jabs in, to be allowed to return at the start of November.

At the beginning of last week, Chicago put their own police officers on “no-pay” leave in relation to the COVID-19 mandates enacted by Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

But some states aren’t going the same route as them and New York. Places like Alaska are signaling that everyone is welcome.

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

Biden’s Average Approval Rating Plummets to New Low: Polling

President Joe Biden’s approval rating has slid down to a new low of 43.4 percent, according to FiveThirtyEight’s average of polls. This continues a trend, as Biden’s approval rating has been slowly sliding downwards throughout all of 2021.

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

CDC Director: Unvaccinated Police, Government Workers to be Sent for “Education and Counseling”

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the CDC Director Rochelle Walensky declared that the Biden regime is planning to provide vaccine hesitant police and other government workers with “education and counseling” to make them “comfortable” about taking the shots.

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

EcoHealth Throws NIH Under the Bus Over Wuhan Gain-of-Function Report; Researcher Claims ‘Massive Cover-Up’

The question over whether the NIH funded risky gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China was officially ‘answered’ last week, after the agency claimed that one of their partners — EcoHealth Alliance, failed to report that they had ‘accidentally’ created a chimeric coronavirus that was able to infect humanized mice.

The question over whether the NIH funded risky gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China was officially ‘answered’ last week, after the agency claimed that one of their partners — EcoHealth Alliance, failed to report that they had ‘accidentally’ created a chimeric coronavirus that was able to infect humanized mice.

The letter claims that EcoHealth CEO Peter Daszak failed to report this finding, and gave Daszak five days to submit “any and all unpublished data from the experiments and work conducted” under the NIH grant.

If true, it would mean Dr. Anthony Fauci, who runs the NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, wasn’t lying when he told Sen. Rand Paul in July when he denied the agency was conducting GoF research.

Except, according to Vanity Fair, EcoHealth did report their findings in a timely manner.

“These data were reported as soon as we were made aware, in our year four report in April 2018,” said New York City-based EcoHealth in a statement.

If that’s the case, Fauci is either incompetent for not knowing, or lying.

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

‘Fed-Protected’ Man Identified as Mystery Instigator of J6 Capitol Breach

via Revolver News

In a House hearing on Thursday, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) questioned AG Merrick Garland about a mysterious man, Ray Epps, instructing protesters to enter the US Capitol building on January 5, and who later shepherded crowds towards the Capitol on January 6.

The story of the mystery man, Ray Epps, featured in Rep. Massie’s video above is in fact far more shocking than even the good Congressman implies in the hearing. It’s a story so strange, and so scandalous at every turn, that it threatens to shatter the entire official narrative of the “Capitol Breach” and expose yet another dimension of proactive federal involvement in the so-called “insurrection” of January 6th.

If Revolver News’s previous reporting points to a proactive role of the federal government in relation to the conspiracy cases against Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, the Ray Epps story that follows suggests a similar, yet more egregious, explicit, direct and immediate degree of federal involvement in the breach of the Capitol itself.

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

GOP Rep Shows Damning Video to AG Garland of Suspected Federal Agents Who Entered Capitol, Incited Riot on Jan. 6?

GOP Rep. Thomas Massie questioned Attorney General Merrick Garland on the Jan. 6 siege on Capitol Hill, asking him if federal agents, assets, or provocateurs had infiltrated the protest and incited a riot.

During a House hearing on Thursday, Massie showed several videos of an individual who was inciting violence at the Jan. 6 riot as he grilled Garland. The man in the video has not been charged and the Republican congressman bluntly asked the attorney general if he was a federal provocateur.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Gov. DeSantis Lashes Out at Anthony Fauci Over ‘Cruel’ Puppy Experiments

DeSantis is among the latest to cry foul over tax-funded research on live puppies.

Gov. Ron DeSantis bashed Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monday over allegations his institute funded research requiring the abuse, mutilation and death of puppies.

According to documents acquired by a government watchdog group, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — led by Fauci — funded research in 2018 allowing scientists to force-feed experimental drugs into 44 beagle puppies before killing and dissecting them.

The dogs — between six and eight months old — were also “devocalized,” according to the report. The procedure involves the slitting of a dog’s vocal cords as a means to stop barking.

In another instance, live-puppies in Tunisia were held in cages and exposed to sandflies. DeSantis lambasted the research while speaking to reporters in North Venice.

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

Guatemalan Man Illegally in U.S. Kills Florida Girl, 5, In DUI Collision, Authorities Say

A man living in the United States illegally fled from a deadly Florida car collision in which a 5-year-old girl was killed Saturday, authorities said.

Ernesto Lopez Morales, 32, a Guatemalan citizen, was speeding in a 2005 black Chevrolet Suburban with his headlights off around 8:30 p.m. when he collided with the rear of a 2016 Hyundai Elantra in Mulberry, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.

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

How Can 84% of Chicago Public Schools Students Graduate When Only 26% of 11th-Graders Are Proficient in Reading, Math?

Authored by Ted Dabrowski and John Klingner via Wirepoints.org

It’s shameful.

Chicago Public School officials want to celebrate a record graduation rate when much of the other data shows they are failing Chicago’s children.

Only 26 percent of CPS 11th-graders can read and do math at grade level, according to the latest Illinois Report Card data, and yet last week the district proudly announced that 84 percent of students graduated from CPS in 2021 — a new record high.

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

Hundreds of Moog Employees Walk Off the Job in Protest of Vaccine Mandate

ELMA, N.Y. — Monday hundreds of workers at Moog Facilities in Elma walked off the job in protest of the vaccine mandate.

U.S. government contractors must be vaccinated by December 8 and federal employees have to be vaccinated by November 22.

So today at noon, the workers walked off their posts and protested outside.

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

Hundreds Rally in Fergus Falls for Recently Fired Surgeon

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) — In Fergus Falls, MN, hundreds of people gathered in the town for a peaceful protest in support of Dr. Jeffrey Horak outside the Lake Region Healthcare Facility. While it is not clear why Dr. Horak is no longer with the hospital, some speculate that it has to do with statements he made earlier this month at the Fergus Falls school board meeting, where he spoke out against their mask mandate.

“We’re very proud of him. For him to stand up and lose his job tells you something about the man,” said Rick Bolinske, a family friend of Dr. Horak. “We’re actually family friends. He’s an incredible man, there’s no way he should lose his job for what he has said. We’ve lost our freedoms.”

Some of the signs that the protestors held said, ‘I stand with Dr. Horak’ while others had messages about ‘personal choice is freedom’ and ‘no to vaccine mandates’.

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

Illinois Supreme Court Rules Tax on Guns & Ammo Unconstitutional

By Lorenz Duchamps of Epoch Times

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled on Oct. 21 that two taxes on guns and ammunition in Cook County violate the state’s constitution because they affect law-abiding citizens’ Second Amendment right to acquire firearms for self-defense.

Supreme Court Justice Mary Jane Theis wrote in a 6—0 decision that the taxes violate the constitution’s uniformity clause, while also pointing out that the revenue from the generated tax isn’t directed toward funds or programs that reduce gun violence.

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

I’m Actually Fine With Firing These Nurses

And medical practitioner who refuses to treat a patient in need because of their vaccinated status should be fired, out of a cannon, directly into a concrete wall.

I will not walk this back.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Judge Rules That Loudoun County Teen Engaged in ‘Non-Consensual Sex’ With Female Student in School Bathroom

A Virginia court ruled on Monday that a biological male student who had been accused of raping a girl in the girls’ bathroom of a Loudoun County, Virg. “engaged in nonconsensual sex.” Sentencing will be in November.

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

Majority of Maryland Parents Oppose Vaccine Mandates for Students, Teachers, Survey Says

The results are in: a survey in solidly blue Maryland has found that a majority of parents in the wealthy eastern enclave oppose vaccination mandates for both teachers and students.

The survey, which was conducted by the local Patch branch, found that 58.1% of readers responded that they don’t believe a vaccine should be required for students, and 56% said teachers also shouldn’t be coerced into getting the vaccine.

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

Miami Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Aid ISIS With Pipe Bomb-Making Instructions

A Miami man who posted pipe bomb instructions on the internet for people he believed to be followers of an Islamic terrorist group faces up to 15 years in prison, U.S. authorities said Monday.

Samuel Baptiste, 29, pleaded guilty Friday to attempting to provide material support to terrorists, namely ISIS in the Middle East.

Baptiste reached a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and avoided a potential sentence of up to 115 years if he had been convicted at trial of six terrorism-related changes, including distributing information on how to make explosives.

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

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy to Impose Statewide COVID Vax Mandate After Re-Election, Senior Adviser Reveals

Democrat adviser admits in Project Veritas undercover video that Murphy campaign is hiding Covid information from independent and and undecided voters.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) plans to impose vaccine mandates in the state, but won’t announce that until AFTER next week’s reelection, his senior campaign adviser admitted.

Murphy’s campaign senior adviser Wendy Martinez made the shocking admission to Project Veritas Action Fund in undercover video released on Monday.

“He [Murphy] is going to do it [COVID vaccine mandate], but he couldn’t do it before the elections. Because of the independents and the undecided,” Martinez said.

Project Veritas journalist: “The independents and the undecided would not vote for him if he did the mandates…”

“They [independents and undecideds] are all into all the sh*t. My rights, my sh*t — and they don’t care if they kill everybody,” Martinez responded.

Murphy “will [implement COVID vaccine mandate], but right now is about him winning. It will be fine,” she added.

Matthew Urquijo, Manager of New Jersey Forward, which works closely with the Murphy campaign, made a similar admission to Project Veritas…

           — Hat tip: JL [Return to headlines]
 

NYC Police Union Sues City Over Vaccine Mandate

New York City’s largest police union filed a lawsuit against the city Monday in an effort to overturn a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its members.

The Police Benevolent Association filed the suit in Staten Island Supreme Court and plans to file a request for a temporary injunction preventing the city from imposing the mandate while the lawsuit is pending.

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

NYC Workers March Across Brooklyn Bridge in Protest of COVID Vaccine Mandate

BROOKLYN, New York (WABC) — New York City municipal employees marched across the Brooklyn Bridge against the COVID vaccine mandate.

The protest was set to end in front of City Hall on the Manhattan side of the bridge and was billed as an anti-mandate protest on behalf of nearly 50,000 NYC employees who have yet to be vaccinated.

Thousands of demonstrators poured over the Brooklyn Bridge — from police officers to firefighters, to sanitation workers, paramedics and public schoolteachers.

Some were vaccinated, some were not. All of them were opposed to mandated vaccinations for municipal workers in New York City.

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

Protesters Rally in Rochester Against Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Mandate

Scores of protesters took to the streets of downtown Rochester on Monday to express opposition to Mayo Clinic’s vaccine mandate.

Holding signs and chanting “Shame on Mayo,” the demonstrators made their way around the Mayo campus throughout the morning as passersby periodically honked to show their support for the protest.

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

Rand Paul: Fauci Will Never Stop Lying; Fire Him Now

Continuing his relentless effort to expose Anthony Fauci for lying about funding dangerous ‘civilisation ending’ gain of function research, Senator Rand Paul warned Sunday that the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases will never stop lying about it and should immediately be fired.

In an interview with Axios, Paul urged “He’s probably never going to admit that he lied,” adding “He’s gonna continue to dissemble, and try to work around the truth, and massage the truth.”

“He [Fauci] should be fired, Paul emphasised, adding “just for lack of judgment if nothing else.”

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

Report: Halyna Hutchins Was Shot in Chest When Alec Baldwin Fired Prop Gun

The New York Post reports that Halyna Hutchins, the 42-year-old cinematographer who Alec Baldwin shot and killed on the Rust movie set Thursday, was shot in the chest.

Breitbart News noted Thursday that New Mexico’s Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office was investigating Hutchins’ death after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun. A second individual, 48-year-old Joel Souza, was also wounded in the shooting.

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

Rittenhouse Prosecutors Ask That Men Shot Not be Described as ‘Looters’ or ‘Rioters’ During Trial

Kyle Rittenhouse is scheduled to make another Wisconsin court appearance Monday, as a judge weighs whether to allow a self-defense expert to testify and Kenosha prosecutors are expected to ask the court to ban the three men shot from being called “looters” or “rioters” during the upcoming trial.

Monday’s hearing is likely the last to happen before jury selection is slated to begin on Nov. 1.

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

Socialist Journalist Sued by Texas Newspaper for Defamation

Steven Monacelli, a left-wing writer who has contributed to the Daily Beast and other publications, was served a defamation lawsuit last week by the Dallas Express newspaper and its publisher. The Antifa supporter and self-identified socialist was also recently fired as a contributor at the Dallas Observer for writing a fake news report. Now a woman has come forward to accuse him of making an inappropriate sexualized statement to her.

In February, Monacelli authored a report about The Dallas Express’ publisher Montgomery Bennett in the Dallas Weekly that accused the publication of being a “right-wing propaganda site,” a “fake news site” and linked to an operation that runs fake news sites across the U.S. The lawsuit, filed in Henderson County, Texas by Bennett and his paper on Oct. 13, accuses Monacelli and the Dallas Weekly of printing libel.

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

Watch: SNL Finally Makes Fun of Biden—mocks CNN Town Hall, Approval Rating, Hair Sniffing

The long-running, liberal Saturday Night Live comedy series has finally made fun of President Joe Biden in the latest cold open over the weekend.

In the SNL segment, the first (present-day) Biden is played by James Austin Johnson. He calls in the show’s version of White House press secretary Jen Psaki who informs him that nobody watched his CNN town hall on Thursday night and that his approval rating is plummeting. “People used to like me,” the Biden character tells the SNL audience. “They used to call me Uncle Joe.”

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

What Happened in the ‘Rust’ Movie Set Shooting

SANTA FE, N.M. — On Thursday, an accidental weapon discharge on the film set of the Western, ‘Rust,’ left the film’s director of photography dead and injured the film’s director.

Here is what we know about the deadly shooting.

According to a search warrant released Sunday, the shooting happened just after the crew had returned from lunch after 12:30 p.m. Thursday.

The warrant says three people were in charge of handling the firearms for the scenes including Assistant Director, Dave Halls, and Armorer, Hannah Gutierrez.

According to the warrant, Halls handed actor Alec Baldwin the gun and yelled “cold gun.” The term is also used by film crews to indicate a weapon does not have any live rounds.

However, film director Joel Souza told investigators that he was not sure if the gun was checked after crews returned to the set after lunch that day.

The warrant goes on to say that Baldwin pointed and fired the revolver. That shot struck the director of photography, Halyna Hutchins, in the chest. Souza, who says he was standing behind Hutchins, was hit in the shoulder.

The search warrant says Souza told them after he heard the shot he vaguely remembered Hutchins saying her stomach hurt and grabbed her midsection. He said she started to stumble backward and was assisted to the ground.

Detectives also spoke to cameraman, Reid Russell, who was standing next to Hutchins and Souza when the shooting occurred. Russel told detectives he heard Hutchins say she couldn’t feel her legs after being shot. He added that on-set medics rushed over to treat her injury…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

White House Claims They’ve ‘Never Heard’ Of ‘F*** Joe Biden’ or ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Chants

The White House claims they’ve “never heard” of the obvious and viral trend of the “F*** Joe Biden” and “Let’s Go Brandon” chants that are sweeping the nation.

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

Anti-Vax Ottawa Mother Banned From Giving Teenage Son COVID Vaccine Advice

The judge noted: “Dr. O’Connor does not refer to medical or scientific support for her conclusion that there is no evidence of any benefits to children from the vaccine other than she has heard of ill effects in her practice. This statement is too general to be given weight.”

The doctor, who has not yet responded to voice mails and text messages for comment, also wrote that the vaccines have many adverse effects, “including deaths.”

The Ottawa doctor finished off the letter, writing: “Anyone who administers such a vaccine will be held responsible and liable for any adverse effects that would occur immediately, or in the years to come.”

The judge decided that it was in the best interests of the boy to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

One Person Arrested After Extinction Rebellion Protest at Nanaimo Airport

A man was arrested after walking onto the Nanaimo Airport tarmac as part of an Extinction Rebellion protest on Oct. 25. He walked into the restricted area carrying a flag. He had plans to spray paint “shut down runways to shut down runaway climate extinction” onto the tarmac, according to Leah Morgan, media spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion Nanaimo.

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

Quebec Wants to Fire Unvaxxed Health Care Staff, Replace Them With Novices: Alexa Lavoie

On the latest episode of Rebel Roundup, Alexa Lavoie joined David Menzies to talk about the thousands of protesters rallying against Quebec’s health-care worker vaccine mandate after the government announced the policy would be delayed by another month.

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

Saskatchewan Sets Up COVID Snitch Line, Detainment Centres and Enforcement Team

Until recently, Saskatchewan seemed to be one of the few Canadian provinces taking a measured approach to COVID-19 mitigation and policy enforcement. That, however, has taken a drastic turn.

Saskatchewan is currently creating a COVID Enforcement Team, made up mostly of retired police officers, to assist in the enforcement of health order violations, as well as the transport of citizens required to go to an isolation site.

Or in this case, the detainment facility being set up a the hospital in North Battleford.

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Toronto Students Told Not to Speak During Lunch to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19

Parents of elementary school children in Toronto are expressing concern after their children were asked not to speak during lunch in an effort to curb transmission of COVID-19.

Teresa Ostrom told CTV News Toronto on Friday that her child, who attends Alvin Curling Public School in Scarborough, has been asked not to speak during the period in which they are unmasked and eating lunch.

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“I’ll Do Whatever it Takes” — Polish PM Addresses Attempts to Block EU Funding to Poland From Country’s Own Left-Wing Politicians

The European Parliament passed a resolution on Thursday in which it condemned what it claims is an attempt to undermine the primacy of EU law by the Poland’s top court. The resolution demanded the suspension of EU funds to countries “which purposefully and systematically violate EU values” and called for the European Commission and European Council “to protect Polish citizens” who are pro-EU.

The resolution comes after a Polish Constitutional Court ruling which determined that Polish law supersedes EU law in areas where EU law tries to take on competencies that goes beyond the treaties. The Polish ruling has sent shockwaves through Europe and serves as a direct challenge to Brussels ability to control nation states.

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After Clamor for New Restrictions, Modelling Says COVID Cases Set to Plummet in UK

After a week-long campaign of hysterical fearmongering during which the media and public technocrats lobbied for new restrictions, scientific modelling reveals that COVID cases in the UK are actually set to plummet.

Whoops. Narrative fail.

As we highlighted last week, the mass testing of children returning to school and students returning to university caused a spike in UK COVID cases.

The media responded by completely ignoring the fact that around half of the cases were children, the vast majority of whom show no symptoms and don’t need to be hospitalized.

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Denmark Reports Highest Infection Rate Since May Despite 75% of Population Being Fully Vaccinated

Denmark has reported its highest COVID-19 case load since May, despite the fact that over 75 per cent of the population is fully vaccinated.

A total of 1,349 people in the Scandinavian country tested positive over the last 24 hours, the highest number for four months, while 167 Danes were hospitalized, also the highest amount since May.

The country’s virus reproduction (R number) has also jumped to 2.01, which is the highest level since January.

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‘Europe is Committing Suicide’ — Czech PM Babis Criticizes EU’s Energy Policy

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis is pleased that after the EU summit, European leaders are pressing for the European Commission to consider further regulations of the energy market. According to him, the commission is currently not responding adequately to the energy crisis, and it could lead to long-term economic turmoil, he on Thursday’s conclusions of the summit of European Union leaders.

“Europe is committing suicide,” commented Babis on this topic.

The Czech prime minister said that the topic of energy prices dominated the EU summit.

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France: Can Éric Zemmour be the Next President?

The Financial Times calls him “the extreme right-winger”. For the New York Times he is the “right wing pundit”. For Die Zeit, he is “the man who divides France”… Eric Zemmour, journalist and essayist, is not (yet) an official candidate for the French presidency, but because of his popularity, France is already living at election time.

The presidential elections will take place in about 200 days, but not a week goes by without a poll propelling Éric Zemmour higher and higher in the voter projections for 2022. A Harris Interactive poll published by Challenges magazine on October 6 puts him at 17%, ahead of Marine Le Pen, the candidate of the National Rally party (at 15%, having slipped by 13 points since the summer). Zemmour still remains behind incumbent President Emmanuel Macron, projected at 24%. But for how long?

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German ISIS Woman Jailed for Yazidi Girl’s Death in Iraq

A German Muslim convert who joined the Islamic State group in Iraq has been jailed for 10 years in Munich over the killing of a Yazidi girl she and her husband had bought as a slave.

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German ISIS Bride Sentenced to Prison for Role in Slave Child’s Death

The wife of an Islamic State fighter was sentenced to 10 years in prison after being found guilty of the murder of a 5-year-old girl.

German-born Jennifer Wenisch, 30, was charged in a Munich court with crimes against humanity after refusing to help a 5-year-old her husband left to die in the scorching heat, the Washington Post reported. Wenisch, a convert to Islam, cooperated with her husband in leaving the girl chained outside, where the enslaved child suffered severe dehydration. The mother was forced to watch her child die from thirst as punishment for wetting the bed.

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Greta Agrees She is ‘Just Saying Blah Blah Blah’ On Climate

Media darling Greta Thunberg has agreed that she’s “just saying blah blah blah” on climate change in a BBC interview, arguing “that’s the role of an activist”.

The autistic teen, whose otherwise unremarkable refusal to attend school on Fridays to protest climate change was elevated to global prominence by world leaders who took it upon themselves to have her address the United Nations and national parliaments when she was just 15, is enjoying a resurgence in her public visibility ahead of the United Nations COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

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How Much Did German and Soviet Occupation Cost Poland in WWII? Polish Government to Establish Institute for War Losses to Back Reparations Push

The Polish government is currently finalizing preparations to establish an independent institute whose goal will be to continue work on the financial assessment of German and Soviet occupation during the Second World War.

“The institute will also ensure that the matter of war reparations reaches a positive conclusion. The Institute for War Losses will continue the work of the parliamentary team for assessing the amount of reparations owed to Poland by Germany for damages caused during the Second World War,” wrote the portal wPolityce.pl.

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Hungary: Hundreds of Thousands Attend Budapest Peace March, PM Orban Condemns Violence and Oppression From the Left

Hundreds of thousands of Hungarians took part in the large-scale Peace March in Budapest on Oct. 23, marking the anniversary of the 1956 anti-Communist and anti-Soviet uprising in the country. The posters held up by participants and their chants have made it clear that this was also a protest against the socialist-led opposition coalition dominated by former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, who in 2006 had ordered riot police to attack the Oct. 23 Peace March.

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Lithuania is Approaching Record New Cases Despite Being Over 60% Vaccinated and a COVID-Fascist State

The population of Lithuania is 2,672,907. Over 66% of that population has had at least one shot; the number of fully vaccinated is over 61%. They strictly enforce vaccine passport guidelines. Masks are required. The unvaccinated cannot shop, dine out, or work, and fines are steep. So, why are they nearing a COVID case per day record?

December 19, 2020, Lithuania hit a case per day record of 3928. As of October 20, they were reporting 3,622 new cases per day.

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Poles Join Anti-Communist ‘Peace March in Hungary’s Budapest in Large Numbers

Hungary’s annual march in the heart of Budapest attracts thousands of international participants, but Poles are typically one of the largest blocs. A large number of them joined the 65th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, which saw, according to Hungarian police, up to 500,000 people attend.

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Scotland’s Vaccine Passport Shares Data With Big Tech Operatives and More

Scotland’s disastrous Covid vaccine passport scheme continues to create more problems than it is solving; the latest revelation about the poor quality of the app being that it is sharing citizens’ personal data with a host of companies.

The list reads like a warning of who personal data should never be shared with, particularly not the sensitive medical kind available to this type of app.

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Switzerland: ProtonMail Wins Appeal Against Surveillance Laws

Switzerland-based email and VPN provider Proton has won an appeal filed against the Swiss Post and Telecommunications Surveillance Service (PTSS) that tried to classify the service provider as a telecommunications provider.

If that were the case, ProtonMail and ProtonVPN would be subjected to Swiss telecommunications surveillance laws that would significantly undermine its business focused on privacy, security and strong encryption.

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UK: Boris Govt to Mandate Vaccines for NHS Staff ‘As Soon as Possible’: Report

Britain’s health secretary is reportedly planning to make coronavirus vaccines mandatory for healthcare workers in the National Health Service (NHS), despite similar requirements for care home workers resulting in tens of thousands threatening to quit.

The vaccine requirement for NHS employees has long been mooted, but has yet to be implemented over objections from unions and civil liberties advocates.

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UK: Climate Change Activists Pushing Establishment Narrative Wonder Why They’re Not in Prison

Climate change activists from ‘Extinction Rebellion’ who are actually furthering the establishment narrative on climate change expressed shock that they weren’t in prison despite repeatedly blocking major roads and causing accidents.

Gee, I wonder.

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UK: Claudia Webbe: MP Who Threatened Partner’s Female Friend With Acid Found Guilty of Harassment

An MP who threatened her partner’s female friend with acid, and to send naked photos of her to her family, has been found guilty of harassment.

Claudia Webbe, 56, also made threatening phone calls to Michelle Merritt because she claimed “we were in a national crisis and lockdown had to be adhered to strictly”.

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UK: Cancel Cat in the Hat? Cambridge University Adds Trigger Warnings to Dr Seuss Books

Thousands of celebrated children’s books, such as Dr Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat, have been branded with trigger warnings by Cambridge University for alleged racism.

A taxpayer-funded project to digitise texts at Cambridge’s Homerton College will be slapping warnings on potentially “harmful” words, phrases, and pictures “relating to slavery, colonialism and racism”.

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UK: Extinction Rebellion Protester Glues His Head to Road Blocking Central London Traffic

A protester was taken off the road by cops after glueing his own head to the road at an Insulate Britain demonstration in London as the controversial group took action once again.

The man was carried to a van by two police officers at the corner of Camomile Street and Bishopsgate in the City of London early on Monday morning.

He remained limp as he was carried away after having glued his head to the road, with members of the public watching from the side of the road.

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Was Kurz’s Fall in Austria an Orchestrated Coup?

Another conservative Austrian politician has fallen from power due to private conversations that were leaked through questionable channels. While Sebastian Kurz may be the latest victim, for those who don’t remember, Freedom Party (FPÖ) Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache was politically destroyed in 2019 due to the so-called Ibiza Affair, in which he was secretly recorded in a complex operation by parties that remain unknown to this day.

Both Kurz and Strache, two conservative politicians with strong tendencies towards immigration restriction, show that there are alternatives to removing conservatives from power without elections.

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Israel and Emirates: Cooperation on Space Exploration

Working together on research and new Israeli lunar lander

(ANSA) — NAPLES, 21 OTT — The United Arab Emirates and Israel have agreed to work together on two space missions, including Israel’s second attempt at a lunar landing, reported UAE daily The National.

It said an agreement was signed between the UAE Space Agency and the Israel Agency at Expo 2020 Dubai on Wednesday.

As part of the cooperation, the UAE will develop scientific instruments and exchange research with Israel’s Beresheet 2 lunar landing mission.

“Sharing knowledge and expertise is a key part of the UAE’s vision to create an attractive and competitive national space industry,” said Sarah Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Technology and chairwoman of the UAE Space Agency.

“If you look at the most successful global space programmes in history, the common denominator is collaboration. Israel has a globally recognised space industry and developing bilateral and multilateral partnerships has never been so important as we embrace a new era of space exploration.” Israel’s first attempt at a lunar landing in 2019 failed after the spacecraft crash-landed on the surface.

The two countries will also cooperate on an Israeli-French satellite that was launched in 2017 and works on environmental topics, gathering data from space on vegetation and the environment that will now be shared with the UAE.

Universities in Israel and the UAE will also launch collaborative research projects.

“Today I am pleased to sign a series of agreements for cooperation with the UAE Space Agency,” said Orit Farkash-Hacohen, Israel’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Technology.

“Thanks to this work we are already launching advanced initiatives. I share Minister Al Amiri’s vision of harnessing science and space, not only as an economic stimulus but also for educating our future generations.”

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Delingpole: Australian Cartoonist Sacked After Comparing Vax Pass Enforcement to Tiananmen Square

A leading Australian political cartoonist has been sacked by his newspaper after likening the enforcement of vaccine mandates in the former British colony to Tiananmen Square.

Michael Leunig has drawn cartoons for Australia’s The Age for more than 20 years. But this week the paper’s editor Gay Alcorn sacked him from his job as Political Cartoonist, claiming that he was “out of touch” with the readers.

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She Creeps Me Out

What’s worse — medical apartheid & segregation in New Zealand.

Or the sadistic, s***-eating grin relish with which Jacinda Ardern announces it?

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Sudanese Opposition Calls for Protests Against Military Coup

Sudan’s main opposition coalition called on Monday for a peaceful escalation to overthrow a military takeover of government, it said on Twitter.

The Forces of Freedom and Change alliance said it will use all forms of peaceful revolutionary escalation, including demonstrations, the blocking of streets and total civil disobedience, adding that arrangements are under way to fill the streets with “unprecedented gatherings” of protesters.

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Rape, Killing of 13-Year-Old Shocks Austria, 3 Afghans Held

BERLIN — Austrian authorities have arrested three Afghans as suspects in the rape and killing of a 13-year-old girl, a crime that has prompted strong condemnation and tough talk from the country’s leader on crimes committed by migrants.

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“Damage and Destroy” Climate Zealots’ Final Solution?

How will Malm keep people from freezing to death in the winter or dying from heat exhaustion in summer after his followers have disabled power plants or the pipelines that supply them? How will ambulances take injured patients to hospitals without gasoline in their tanks or, if they are electric, without charged batteries? Malm’s arguments lay the groundwork for mass murder — indirect mass murder, perhaps, but mass murder, nonetheless.

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British Lawmaker Claims Christ’s Death Was ‘Assisted’ By ‘Kindly Centurion’ In Euthanasia Debate

A British lawmaker claimed that Christ’s death on the cross was “assisted” by a “kindly centurion” during a debate on “assisted dying” — as euthanasia is now euphemistically known — in the House of Lords.

“I very much recognise the sincerity of those who believe deeply in the sanctity of life. I am a Christian myself, but I remind them that, when on the cross, Christ was put out of his agony by a kindly Roman centurion who pierced His side with a sword,” claimed Lord Vinson, the plastics magnate turned Conservative party life peer, during a debate on the Assisting Dying Bill currently being debated in Parliament.

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Concealed Data: My BS Meter Pegs Out

As I have oft said here on the Grok (and elsewhere), I used to be a climate change alarmist but changed my mind. Note that I do not deny — who could? — that the climate changes but rather I find the case mankind is doing it unproven.

While there are multiple reasons for my shift from one side of that debate to the other, probably the single biggest reason — the “brick on the jeweler’s scale” — was the concealment of data that is rampant in the Climate Change Fraud.

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UK: Oxfam Bans Bingo Game After Trans Employees Complain

Even bingo isn’t safe from cancel culture. British charity Oxfam has pulled an “inspirational women”-themed bingo game following complaints from transgender activists who expressed upset over its inclusion of J.K. Rowling.

J.K. Rowling provoked the ire of transgender activists after she came out in support of Maya Forstater, a feminist who was “cancelled” and became subject to a legal case against her for tweeting “gender critical” remarks. Essentially, Forstater and Rowling by proxy, refused to subscribe to the belief that men can be women just by claiming so.

The Daily Mail reports that Wonder Women Bingo became a target for activists because it featured Rowling among its list of inspirational women. Other women featured in the game include prominent women like author Jane Austen, civil rights activist Rosa Parks, and Holocaust victim Anne Frank.

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13 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/25/2021

  1. Zemmour is clearly controlled opposition.

    The polls are fake. He is fake.

    Another Obama with all the detestable garbage that goes with it.

    He is simply run to split Le Pen’s voters.

    The question is, who DOESNT know this?

    • Waw !!
      Heard my voice all Nations and people of the World..Hi is fake ..:-)0
      New Prophet ,ex cathedra opinion..:-))
      Don’t make yourself a fool, instead hysterical make meritorical and inteligent argument ..
      Perhaps hi is more meritorical in his political offers than Marie Le Pen ? and this make you to verbal such a hysteria ?

      • No.
        When you focus only on the words used then you are their controlled imbecile.
        If you can name a politician who has kept his/her word name that person.
        Have you learned so little from this website?
        Yes. Hysterical laughter from my end.

    • That’s what I thought when I first heard of him.
      If you can’t beat them, split their vote. That got Chile Allende and then Pinochet.
      I don’t think France could get lucky enough to get a Pinochet.

      • They once had a Robispierre, and a Richelieu; the French can do terror just fine when compelled to.

        My money is on the election being split by elite manipulation to give the poofter another term, followed by his eventual overthrow when he makes the mistake of taking a fraudulent and manipulated election as proof of a mandate, and the creation of a new Committee of Public Safety and a second Great Terror. And good riddance too!

      • When the fun and reindeer games begin, you will get a Napoleon from the military who will take over at some point who will give Pinochet a damn good run for his money.

  2. Quebec is planning to fire unvaccinated healthcare workers and replace them with novices.

    I think everybody should avoid getting sick or having an accident in Quebec.

    IRONY ON
    Replacing people who know what to do with people who have no clue, is a recipe for success, believe me.
    IRONY OFF

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