Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/30/2021

Many New York City municipal employees have gotten the jab ahead of the deadline, but at least 26,000 reportedly remain “unvaccinated”. Meanwhile, according to the latest polls, a majority of American voters think that Dr. Anthony Fauci should resign his position.

In other news, the parents of a young Pennsylvania woman who received more than twenty stab wounds have gained the right to sue authorities who ruled her death a suicide.

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Financial Crisis
» G20 Leaders Endorse Global Minimum Corporate Tax Deal for 2023 Start
» Iowa Governor Signs Law Granting Unemployment to Those Fired for Not Being Vaccinated
 
USA
» Alabama Austal Employees Protest as Vaccine Deadline Passes
» Almost No One Shows Up to Hunter Biden’s Vaunted Soho Art Exhibit
» Apples and Oranges
» Arizona Bride, Mom Plead With Progressive Anti-Sinema Protesters to Stop ‘Ruining’ Wedding
» Arizona School Calls Police on Parents for Protesting Masking and Segregation of Children
» ‘Don’t Go’: DLNR Warns of Illegal Party in East Oahu Being Promoted on Social Media
» Eloi and Morlocks in Portlandia
» Facebook Tells Town Mayor His Ban is “Irreversible”
» First COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates— Now Vaccine Struggle Sessions?
» Let’s Go, Brandenburg! Parents Have Constitutional Right to (Loudly) Criticize School Boards
» Louisiana Court of Appeal Rules in Favor of Shreveport Nurses and Grants Restraining Order Against Ochsner Hospital From Firing Unvaxxed Employees
» Meta (Facebook) Is Scooping Up Upcoming VR Companies to Cement Its Dominance
» More NYC Workers Get Jabs Amid Mandate, But 26k Still Refuse
» New Hampshire and Pennsylvania Join Ohio, Missouri and Withdraw From the National School Boards Association Over Letter Labeling Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’
» Not Only Are Former FDA Commissioners Working for Vaxx Makers, But FDA Committee Members Reviewing Kids Shots Worked for Pfizer or Have Pfizer Connections
» Offshoring: To Insanity… and Beyond (Long)
» Opposing Federal Mandate, Coal Workers Stage Protests
» Parents Sue Officials Over Ruling That Their Daughter’s Death by More Than 20 Stab Wounds Was a Suicide
» Pelosi Pushes Electric Vehicle Subsidies as Husband’s Tesla Stock Soars
» Poll: Majority of Voters Say Fauci Should Resign
» Powerful: Nurse Films Herself Being Escorted Out of Hospital for Refusing Vaccine — “Count the Cost”
» Self-Ownership & the Right to Reject the Pharma-State’s Hemlock
» Skunk in the Kitchen: Two Top Virginia Democrats Identified in Tiki Torch Stunt — Obviously, Dirtbag Democrats Were Behind Racist Prank
» St. Louis Mayor’s Press Conference on Violent Crime Interrupted by Gunfire
» The Injection Toll: October 29, 2021
» Trump Didn’t Call Neo-Nazis ‘Fine People.’ Here’s Proof.
» Updated. ‘If You Get the Pfizer Vax, You’re More Likely to Get Covid’: Industry Analyst Flags FDA Study
» Virginia Dept. of Education Website Promotes CRT Despite McAuliffe Claims it’s ‘Never Been Taught’ There
» Watch: CNN Defends Brutal ‘Tiki Torch’ Stunt in Which Democrat Staffers Dressed up as Youngkin Supporters
» Watch: Colin Kaepernick Compares NFL Training Camps to Slavery in New Netflix Special
» Wyoming Parents File Criminal Complaint Against Library Officials Over Pornographic Children’s Books. County Prosecutors Investigating and Considering Filing Charges.
 
Canada
» “Liberal” MPs Support New Internet Censorship Bill Where “Hurtful” Content is Targeted
» ‘I Just Want Choice’: B.C. Health-Care Workers Gather to Protest Vaccine Mandate
» Irony in Canada: Pro-Censorship Lawmakers Complain When Outlet They Support Gets Censored
» Students Gather Outside Mount Royal University to Protest Vaccine Mandate
» Vancouver Police Arrest Five in ‘Grand Finale’ of Climate Action Protests (Photos & Video)
 
Europe and the EU
» ‘Allahu Akbar’ Yelling Man Arrested After Strangling Woman on French Street
» Exposed: 2018 EU Already Planned Vaccination Certificates, Monitoring Vaccine Status, Combating Hesitancy
» France: Police and Firefighters Attacked at School Named After Teacher Murdered by Jihadist
» France Says Britain Must be Punished for Brexit, Leaving EU Should be ‘More Damaging Than Remaining’
» Germany: Young Islamists Caught Rehearsing Terrorist Attack in a Forest Near Aachen
» Johnson Claims Modern Civilisation is at Risk Over Climate Change
» London’s Khan Calls for Return of Mandatory Masks on Public Transport in UK
» Pics: Greta Thunberg Joins London Protest, Tells Banks to ‘Stop Funding Our Destruction’
» The Scale of Poland’s March of Independence is What Annoys the Left the Most
» UK PM Admits the Jab Does Not Protect From Getting the Virus or Spreading It
» UK: Extinction Rebellion Sparks Mayhem at Farnborough Airport as Two Gates Blocked
» Vaclav Klaus: The Winners of Czechia’s Election Lack Courage, Will Submit to Harmful EU Agenda
 
Middle East
» Potential Energy Shortages So Severe They Could Trigger Social Unrest
 
South Asia
» Update: 71 Out of 75 Districts in Uttar Pradesh, India — Its Most Populated State — Reported No COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hours After Implementing Ivermectin Protocol
 
Far East
» American General Warns Chinese Military Poised to Surpass the U.S.
» China Announces New Case of Bird Flu Infection in Humans
 
Australia — Pacific
» Ex-Cop Addresses Thousands at Freedom Protest in Melbourne
» Hundreds of Anti-Daniel Andrews Protesters Descend on Melbourne CBD
» Petty Reason a Bike Shop Owner Who Went Out of His Way to Follow Strict COVID Rules So He Could Stay Open in Lockdown Was Hit With an $11,000 Fine
» Thousands of Protesters Storm Melbourne’s CBD Chanting ‘Sack Dan Andrews’ In Rally Against Vaccine Mandates and Sweeping New Laws Giving Him ‘Unlimited Power’ To Declare Pandemics and Jail COVID Rule-Breakers
» Thousands of Australians With Unpaid Fines for Breaking COVID Rules Have Their Homes Seized, Bank Accounts Raided and Licences Cancelled as Government Chases $5.2million
 
Immigration
» Caravan of Migrants Refuses Offer of Work Visas From Mexican Government
» Germany Says Talks With Iraq to Stop Migrants Flights to Belarus Were Successful
» Greece: 91 Cubans Arrested at Airport as Police Suspect Migrant Smuggling Network
» Hungary, Slovenia Propose Demographic Agenda for EU That Focuses on Families Instead of Migration
 
Culture Wars
» Playing God (Badly)
» UK to Outlaw Persuading Children to Change Genders
 

G20 Leaders Endorse Global Minimum Corporate Tax Deal for 2023 Start

Leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies (G20) will endorse an OECD deal on a global minimum corporate tax of 15%, draft conclusions of the two-day G20 summit showed on Saturday, with a view to have the rules in force in 2023.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Iowa Governor Signs Law Granting Unemployment to Those Fired for Not Being Vaccinated

Iowa residents who lose their jobs because they refuse COVID-19 vaccinations will get unemployment benefits under a new bill signed by Iowa Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds.

Reynolds said the new law allows Iowans “freedoms and their abilities to make healthcare decisions based on what’s best for themselves and their families,” CNN reported. She called it the “first step.”

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

Alabama Austal Employees Protest as Vaccine Deadline Passes

Employees protested outside Austal USA’s facility in Mobile on Friday, two days after the company’s deadline requiring workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine passed.

The military shipbuilder is among the federal defense contractors that fall under President Biden’s executive order requiring the vaccines.

“I feel like I’m being forced to take this vaccine because Austal is worried about their future,” Rusty Dyson, a former Austal employee who declined the shot, told Fox 10 in Mobile at Friday’s protest. “I think it’s sad that we live in a country where you have to choose between taking care of your family, and your convictions, your freedom.”

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

Almost No One Shows Up to Hunter Biden’s Vaunted Soho Art Exhibit

Hunter Biden’s art show at the storied Georges Berges art gallery in Manhattan’s SoHo district drew very low crowds this week, with few visitors showing up and even fewer willing to give their names to the press.

A handful of artists and industry professionals appeared at the Georges Berges Gallery for private viewings to see the work by President Joe Biden’s controversial son. A security guard stood outside the West Broadway venue, allowing only attendees with invitations to enter the exclusive exhibit.

Several visitors refused to give their names, and some even offered fake monikers, when questioned by the New York Post.

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

Apples and Oranges

Dr. Peter McCullough goes over the difference between getting myocarditis from the vaccines versus getting it from Covid. They really are different animals.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Arizona Bride, Mom Plead With Progressive Anti-Sinema Protesters to Stop ‘Ruining’ Wedding

An Arizona bride and her mother pleaded with protesters outside of a wedding that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., officiated last weekend to stop disrupting the event, according to video of the demonstrators.

Sinema was officiating the wedding for her personal friend, according to Tucson.com, when protesters arrived outside the venue, chanting and carrying signs that read phrases including, “Sinema Betrays Democrats” and, “We voted for you — shouldn’t you vote for us?” as seen in a video of the event posted to YouTube on Oct. 24

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

Arizona School Calls Police on Parents for Protesting Masking and Segregation of Children

On Friday night, Arizona parents planned on voicing their concerns about mask segregation in schools, in the parking lot of the Sweetwater School.

After planning the protest and even inviting the School Board, the group received an email from a district employee stating that the protesters needed to have an insurance policy in order to practice their first amendment right

They got an insurance policy that covers $250,000 per person but somehow this was not enough. The school wanted insurance worth $1 million per person.

When the parents and local leaders showed up for their peaceful protest, they were met by school security, who barricaded the parking lot and then called the Phoenix Police for backup.

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

‘Don’t Go’: DLNR Warns of Illegal Party in East Oahu Being Promoted on Social Media

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is warning the public not to attend illegal gatherings that are being promoted on social media.

DOCARE said it is monitoring posts that indicate large gatherings at the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline on Halloween eve.

This is around the same area DLNR broke up a massive beach gathering of over 300 people in August. Officials only cited four people in that incident.

Officials said several large gatherings are being publicized with organizers offering the sale of alcohol as well as music DJ performances.

“We want to remind anyone who is considering attending these illegal gatherings that they are contrary to state park rules and current COVID-19 emergency rules and orders. Don’t go,” said DOCARE Chief Jason Redulla.

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

Eloi and Morlocks in Portlandia

The suicide notes are scattered across the streets of Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The coastal cities that claimed to be on the leading edge of technology and culture have become hellholes where the Eloi elites tiptoe past human waste, dodge bullets while on a night out, and then huddle in their tiny apartments for fear of the Morlock hordes.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Facebook Tells Town Mayor His Ban is “Irreversible”

Former sheriff of Guilford County, North Carolina, and current Mayor of Summerfield, BJ Barnes, wants to start his own website after getting banned from Facebook, twice. The second time he was banned, Facebook said the decision was “irreversible.”

Barnes’ Facebook page had over 9,000 followers when he was banned from posting. The page is still viewable but it has no new posts.”They blocked me for about a month the first time,” Barnes said. He claims Facebook did not give a reason for the ban.

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

First COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates— Now Vaccine Struggle Sessions?

Let’s take this apart just a bit. First, Walensky is cheering coercion, which is terrifying. The mandates are threatening people’s livelihoods and she sees this as a positive thing. The experts could not persuade these individuals with compelling information about the benefits of vaccines, primarily due to the schizophrenic messaging from the Biden administration on vaccine efficacy, so she believes that threatening them if they don’t comply is the best option.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Let’s Go, Brandenburg! Parents Have Constitutional Right to (Loudly) Criticize School Boards

But the Supreme Court unanimously held in Brandenburg v. Ohio that in order to constitute incitement — a species of “fighting words” unprotected by the First Amendment — speech must meet a two-prong test. First, the speech must be “directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action.” Second, it must be “likely to produce such action.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Louisiana Court of Appeal Rules in Favor of Shreveport Nurses and Grants Restraining Order Against Ochsner Hospital From Firing Unvaxxed Employees

The Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a temporary restraining order on Thursday against Ochsner Hospital and for all hospitals statewide from firing employees who refuse to get vaccinated while the mandate’s legality is in court.

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal in Shreveport ruled in favor of Shreveport nurses just a day before Ochsner Health’s Friday deadline for its 32,000 employees to get vaccinated or face termination. The hospital enacted a mandatory vaccination policy back in August where employees should be vaccinated or an exemption by Oct. 29 and refusal will result in dismissal.

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

Meta (Facebook) Is Scooping Up Upcoming VR Companies to Cement Its Dominance

While lawmakers are working on building an antitrust case against Facebook for its earlier acquisitions of platforms like Instagram, Facebook in the present day is rapidly scooping up many smaller companies in a bid to cement its dominance in a new underdeveloped world of VR.

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

More NYC Workers Get Jabs Amid Mandate, But 26k Still Refuse

More than 26,000 of New York City’s municipal workers remained unvaccinated after Friday’s deadline to show proof they’ve gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the city said Saturday.

A last-minute rush of jabs boosted the vaccination rate to 83% among police officers, firefighters, garbage collectors and other city workers covered by the mandate as of 8 p.m. Friday, up from 76% a day earlier.

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

New Hampshire and Pennsylvania Join Ohio, Missouri and Withdraw From the National School Boards Association Over Letter Labeling Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’

Four states have decided to terminate their National School Boards Association membership over a letter comparing the parents to domestic terrorists.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Ohio and Missouri School Board Associations terminated their membership with the NSBA.

The New Hampshire School Boards Association is the latest to leave the NSBA after it sent a letter to Biden that begs him to use federal law enforcement agencies against parents and investigate them for “domestic terrorism and hate crime threats.” The National School Board was so outraged that parents were speaking out in defense of their children that they shamelessly urged the DOJ to use the Patriot Act, among other “enforceable actions” against them.

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

Not Only Are Former FDA Commissioners Working for Vaxx Makers, But FDA Committee Members Reviewing Kids Shots Worked for Pfizer or Have Pfizer Connections

The conflicts of interest and opportunity for corruption are tremendous. Between former FDA commissioners being employed at all three COVID shot manufacturers and Food and Drug Administration members who are reviewing the shots for use on children have either worked for or have big connections to Pfizer is clear for everyone to see how corrupt and criminal these people have become.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Offshoring: To Insanity… and Beyond (Long)

In a LinkedIn article, Ron Baker discussed free trade and the trade deficit. Arguing that the trade deficit is meaningless, he proposes essentially unlimited free trade between nations. Baker cites economist and scholar Thomas Sowell, whose book Basic Economics is one of several of his in my library, in support of his arguments. I attempted to argue in the comments, along lines of national security, that there are other issues besides macroeconomic optimization and maximizing consumer choice that must be considered.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Opposing Federal Mandate, Coal Workers Stage Protests

Agroup of employees at a northern Wyoming coal plant are speaking out against the vaccine mandate.

Roughly 20 workers from Gillette’s Dry Fork Station participated in a protest outside the power plant on Tuesday, an organizer told the Star-Tribune. Already feeling ostracized by the Biden administration’s push to phase out coal, some power plant staff don’t trust President Joe Biden and are wary of his efforts to vaccinate most of the American workforce.

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

Parents Sue Officials Over Ruling That Their Daughter’s Death by More Than 20 Stab Wounds Was a Suicide

The parents of a woman found dead with more than 20 stab wounds are suing the medical examiner’s office over its declaration that she died by suicide, according to multiple reports.

More than 10 years since Ellen Greenberg’s boyfriend found her dead in her Philadelphia apartment, her parents have won the right to take the ruling to a trial, CBS Philly reported.

It is a first step towards potentially securing the homicide ruling her parents have long sought, according to the outlet.

Greenberg, a 27-year-old elementary school teacher, came home early from work due to a snowstorm on January 26 2011, The Washington Post reported.

At around 5.30 p.m., her boyfriend Sam Goldberg came home to find himself locked out. Eventually he broke down the door to find Greenberg’s body with a knife still in her chest, the police report noted.

The report goes on to say she was alone in the sixth-floor apartment, and that the door had been blocked by a swing bar from the inside. The knife matched the set in her knife block, which was tipped over, the report said.

The only access points were the front door and a balcony, police said. Officers say the snow outside was undisturbed.

A lack of defensive wounds, and no signs of a robbery, all led police to suspect a suicide, the report said…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Pelosi Pushes Electric Vehicle Subsidies as Husband’s Tesla Stock Soars

The financial dealings of Pelosi’s husband, Paul, came under scrutiny earlier this year when he purchased as much as $1 million of Tesla call options, one of the largest transactions of Tesla shares disclosed by a member of Congress. At the time, Republicans charged that the House speaker was cashing in on her power.

Members of Congress and their spouses are legally allowed to buy and sell stock, as long as it is not based on insider information. Members are required to disclose their transactions to the House Committee on Ethics, as Pelosi did with the Tesla transaction on Jan. 21.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Poll: Majority of Voters Say Fauci Should Resign

A majority of voters said President Biden’s chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, should resign, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.

The survey, which was conducted from October 26,27, found that 52 percent of registered voters polled felt Fauci should resign.

By contrast, 48 percent of respondent said he should not.

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

Powerful: Nurse Films Herself Being Escorted Out of Hospital for Refusing Vaccine — “Count the Cost”

A nurse was escorted out of a Kaiser Permanente hospital for her decision not to be vaccinated.

She said she was seeking a religious exemption from the vaccine mandate — she was not allowed one and was not given an explanation as to why.

She said she is willing to lose her “safety and security, my house, everything, for my freedom.”

She also added that she has been a COVID nurse from the beginning of the pandemic and that all she wants to do is work.

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

Self-Ownership & the Right to Reject the Pharma-State’s Hemlock

As an objection to the Covid vaccine, nowhere is a rights-based argument being made, or an argument based on the right to question the safety of a vaccine being advanced by the covidiots who lord it over us or claim to represent us. Again, “Exemptions from employer-mandated coronavirus vaccines are in three general areas” only.

Individual sovereignty, self-ownership is nowhere mentioned.

Indeed, Republicans prattle about religious exemptions (state granted!) and natural-immunity based exemptions (state granted!)—but they have not the vaguest urge to defend the natural, God-given right of self-ownership.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Skunk in the Kitchen: Two Top Virginia Democrats Identified in Tiki Torch Stunt — Obviously, Dirtbag Democrats Were Behind Racist Prank

Virginia Democrat leaders Camden Layton and Colleen Wachenfeld, and leftie operative Lauren Windsor, colluded with the Lincoln Project.

The Lincoln Project, a group of pyscho Trump-hating Republican and Democrat operatives, issued a statement Friday afternoon claiming credit for the false flag Tiki torch stunt from Friday morning in Charlottesville that targeted the campaign of Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin. (Update at the end — liberal activists claim co-credit.)

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

St. Louis Mayor’s Press Conference on Violent Crime Interrupted by Gunfire

St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones was speaking at a press conference with her Kansas City counterpart, Mayor Quinton Lucas, about joint efforts to reduce violent crime when sounds of what appeared to be gunfire went off nearby. Jones didn’t flinch, quipping, “Oh isn’t that wonderful,” before continuing.

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

The Injection Toll: October 29, 2021

Here are the latest numbers from VAERS, current as of October 22, 2021. The CDC admits to 17,619 CoVID injection deaths, which is:

  • 91% more than the total deaths from all non-CoVID vaccines 1988-2021;
  • 5.8 times the number of people murdered on 9/11;
  • 36 times the average annual vaccine deaths 2017-2020.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Trump Didn’t Call Neo-Nazis ‘Fine People.’ Here’s Proof.

News anchors and pundits have repeated lies about Donald Trump and race so often that some of these narratives seem true, even to Americans who embrace the fruits of the president’s policies. The most pernicious and pervasive of these lies is the “Charlottesville Hoax,” the fake-news fabrication that he described the neo-Nazis who rallied in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017 as “fine people.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Updated. ‘If You Get the Pfizer Vax, You’re More Likely to Get Covid’: Industry Analyst Flags FDA Study

On Saturday Karen Kingston, the former Pfizer employee, a pharmaceutical marketing expert and biotech analyst, appeared beside medical freedom rights attorney Thomas Renz in a public meeting. The Ohio-based lawyer has been involved in several major cases brought against federal agencies relating to fraud and violations of medical freedom rights over the last 19 months.

After introducing Kingston, Renz presented the documents she had provided. (See from 17.40 in video.)

[Video is embedded in the article. ~N]

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Virginia Dept. of Education Website Promotes CRT Despite McAuliffe Claims it’s ‘Never Been Taught’ There

The phrase “Critical Race Theory” appears on the Virginia Department of Education website despite Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s repeated claims the curriculum is not taught in Virginia.

On the Virginia Department of Education website, several examples of the department promoting Critical Race Theory can be found, including a presentation from 2015, when Terry McAullife was governor, that encourages teachers to “embrace Critical Race Theory” in “order to re-engineer attitudes and belief systems.”

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

Watch: CNN Defends Brutal ‘Tiki Torch’ Stunt in Which Democrat Staffers Dressed up as Youngkin Supporters

CNN guests on Friday night came out in defense of the “tiki torch” stunt, saying that Democrats “have to play hardball” if the party wants to win elections, ahead of the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial race set to take place on Nov. 2.

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

Watch: Colin Kaepernick Compares NFL Training Camps to Slavery in New Netflix Special

In a preview of a new Netflix special, former NFL player Colin Kaepernick compared NFL training camps to slavery.

In the clip, Kaepernick says of NFL owners and coaches: “What they don’t want you to understand is what’s being established is a power dynamic. Before they put you on the field, teams pose and examine searching for any defect that might affect your performance. No boundary respect, no dignity left intact.”

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

Wyoming Parents File Criminal Complaint Against Library Officials Over Pornographic Children’s Books. County Prosecutors Investigating and Considering Filing Charges.

County prosecutors in Wyoming have announced that they may be filing charges against local library officials after Wyoming MassResistance parents brought a criminal complaint regarding the obscene and sexually charged books in the children’s and teen’s sections.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

“Liberal” MPs Support New Internet Censorship Bill Where “Hurtful” Content is Targeted

“Liberal” MPs in Canada have expressed support for the government’s proposed internet censorship legislation. They went further to propose the appointment of a “Digital Safety Commissioner” who would be responsible for investigating complaints about “hurtful” content to be reported by users anonymously.

According to a report on Blacklock’s Reporter, Federal Liberal MPs have endorsed Trudeau’s internet censorship plans, on condition that there will be “proper due process” for those accused of posting “hurtful content.”

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

‘I Just Want Choice’: B.C. Health-Care Workers Gather to Protest Vaccine Mandate

“Yesterday’s health care heroes, today’s health care risks”. That is what one of the protest signs outside of B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix’s Vancouver constituency office read this past Tuesday. The protest was organized by former PPC candidate Kimberly Brundell, who said she recently suffered a miscarriage, and thus has seen first hand how much work our understaffed health-care workers did prior to the mandate.

“I think we are going to have a huge health-care system collapse” said Brundell. Her prediction may prove to be spot on as, as of October 26, the province dismissed over 4000 health-care workers due to their choice not to be inoculated with experimental phase 3 COVID-19 injections, or their choice not to disclose private medical information surrounding their vaccination status.

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

Irony in Canada: Pro-Censorship Lawmakers Complain When Outlet They Support Gets Censored

Canadian politicians, both Liberals and Conservatives, have denounced Facebook for the suspension of the Tamil Guardian’s Instagram account. Instagram suspended the account of the Sri Lanka-based outlet for over 48 hours earlier this week.

The irony is that the same politicians that have called for more online censorship are the ones that have complained when social media’s algorithms have failed to censor what they want, and instead censored what they don’t want to be censored.

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

Students Gather Outside Mount Royal University to Protest Vaccine Mandate

Many of us had the opportunity to attend a university or trade school.

Going off to school and forming a sense of self is, for many, a natural transition into adulthood.

For most of us, we had the opportunity to live through that experience without fear of officially mandated segregation, loss of education or social ostracization. We also didn’t face loss of employment, extracurricular activities and even loss of friends over our private medical history. Sadly, these harsh realities now face students across Canada — all because of vaccine passports.

A group of students from universities across Alberta gathered to protest vaccine mandates at Mount Royal University in Calgary.

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

Vancouver Police Arrest Five in ‘Grand Finale’ of Climate Action Protests (Photos & Video)

Fourteen days of traffic disruption by a Vancouver climate action group came to an end yesterday evening as protestors blocked a major downtown intersection.

Extinction Rebellion Vancouver’s first protest in the “14 days of disruption” took place on Oct. 16 and blocked the intersection of Burrard and Georgia streets. Each subsequent day of the fourteen-day rebellion had a specific theme, with the overarching demand of ending all subsidies for fossil fuel projects. For the group’s “grand finale” protest, its members met at Nelson Park the evening of Oct. 29 before marching downtown.

With no clear destination in mind, the demonstrators wound their way through downtown before blocking the intersection at Burrard and Pacific Ave.

According to social media posts made Extinction Rebellion during the protest, rebels locked themselves into a device called a “hardblock”, in the middle of the intersection. Devices like these are intended to make it more difficult to remove protestors from a given area.

“VPD officers arrested five people tonight after protesters blocked traffic for several hours downtown,” the VPD tweeted in the hours after the protest. “Three men & two women were taken to jail after refusing multiple requests by VPD to leave the intersection.”

The arrests bring the total to 54, including one in Nanaimo.

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

‘Allahu Akbar’ Yelling Man Arrested After Strangling Woman on French Street

Police arrested a 31-year-old man in Nice, southern France, on Friday after witnesses saw him strangling a woman in the street.

The attack allegedly happened in downtown Nice along the Rue Trachel at around 3am on Friday, with witnesses claiming that a man had been strangling a woman on the street while yelling “Allahu Akbar!”

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

Exposed: 2018 EU Already Planned Vaccination Certificates, Monitoring Vaccine Status, Combating Hesitancy

Over a year before the pandemic, the globalist European Union was strategizing on developing a sophisticated immunization tracking database, vaccine passports, and preemptively squashing “vaccine hesitancy.”

In 2018, a year before the coroanvirus outbreak, the European Commission released a document already addressing plans to ‘combat vaccination hesitancy,’ monitoring citizens’ vaccination status, squashing vaccine dissent, and European vaccination certificates.

The document, dated April 26, 2018, lays forth challenges that their future vaccination programs will face, from distrust, fear of vaccine side effects, “reducing vaccine reluctance” to “disinformation” campaigns. The EU even addresses issues that might arise during “innovative” vaccine’s pre-licensing phase. This 2018 globalist document followed the former European Union President, Jean-Claude Juncker’s call for action, in his 2017 State of the Union address, “for all Member States to support national vaccination efforts.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

France: Police and Firefighters Attacked at School Named After Teacher Murdered by Jihadist

A mob attacked police and firefighters lured to a school in Béziers, France, named after murdered teacher Samuel Paty.

The incident took place on the evening of October 26th after police and firefighters were lured to the area to respond to reports of a burning construction vehicle on the site of the new school, which is currently being built.

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

France Says Britain Must be Punished for Brexit, Leaving EU Should be ‘More Damaging Than Remaining’

The escalation in tensions in the English Channel between France and the UK over fishing rights may in fact be a symptom of a wider dispute over Brexit, with French Prime Minister Jean Castex admitting that Britain should be punished for leaving the European Union.

In a leaked letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen concerning the ongoing fishing rights disputes, Mr Castex said that Brussels needs to make an example out of Britain to show that leaving the EU is “more damaging than remaining”.

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Germany: Young Islamists Caught Rehearsing Terrorist Attack in a Forest Near Aachen

Police in the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia broke up an Islamist cell that was preparing a terrorist attack with axes and knives. On Thursday, 350 police officers and members of a counterterrorism unit raided and searched the apartments of five suspected young men in the district of Düren. Three members of this group are minors.

“The men are accused of plotting a violent act motivated by terrorism and using propaganda material from the Islamic State terrorist organization,” police said in a statement.

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Johnson Claims Modern Civilisation is at Risk Over Climate Change

ROME (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in Italy for a Group of 20 meeting on Friday with a stark warning: modern civilization could soon lie in ruins like ancient Rome if world leaders don’t act to curb climate change.

Johnson has one big goal at the G-20 gathering: to persuade the leaders of the world’s biggest economies to put their money where their mouth is at the U.N. climate summit in Scotland that starts Sunday.

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London’s Khan Calls for Return of Mandatory Masks on Public Transport in UK

London’s left-wing mayor Sadiq Khan has called for the government to make mask-wearing mandatory on public transport across the country.

Labour’s Khan has already made wearing masks a condition of carriage on Transport for London (TfL) controlled public transit, despite the law being lifted in England in the summer.

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Pics: Greta Thunberg Joins London Protest, Tells Banks to ‘Stop Funding Our Destruction’

Teen Swede climate change activist Greta Thunberg joined the Day of Action protest in London on Friday before taking the train to Glasgow, Scotland, where the United Nations COP26 conference opens on Sunday.

The 18-year-old took part in one of the protests going on in 26 countries around the world on Friday to put pressure on banks to stop the financing of fossil fuel projects.

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The Scale of Poland’s March of Independence is What Annoys the Left the Most

This has become an annual ritual: as the annual March of Independence on Nov. 11 approaches to commemorate Poland regaining independence in 1918, the left is trying to block it in court. Beautiful slogans about freedom, democracy, tolerance, and diversity turn out to be merely a political weapon, not a cohesive or consistent approach.

Formally, Warsaw’s authorities and its allies claim that they do not want “fascist” symbols to be displayed on the capital’s streets — but this is an empty accusation. Even if such symbols are shown, 99 percent of march participants are ordinary Poles who want to show their patriotism through attendance. This is clear for anyone interested in reality.

In my opinion, the desperation with which Warsaw’s authorities and a large part of the opposition (especially from under the Civic Platform banner) are fighting the March of Independence also stems from non-ideological sources. It is pure envy connected with the fact that the largest Polish annual public manifestation has a right-wing and patriotic tone.

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UK PM Admits the Jab Does Not Protect From Getting the Virus or Spreading It

NIAID Director Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky admitted months ago that COVID-19 vaccines do not prevent transmission of the virus.

A new study in The Lancet reaffirms what other studies have found. The vaccinated and unvaccinated carry identical viral loads and can each spread the virus to others.

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UK: Extinction Rebellion Sparks Mayhem at Farnborough Airport as Two Gates Blocked

The environmental group blockaded three key airport entrances in a bid to raise awareness of the emissions caused by private planes, which use the airport on an almost daily basis.

Almost 30,000 private flights use the airport each year with airport chiefs having permission to increase this number to 50,000.

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Vaclav Klaus: The Winners of Czechia’s Election Lack Courage, Will Submit to Harmful EU Agenda

The Czech Republic is once again at a key crossroad as an agenda aimed against families, nation states and even human nature itself marches on, said former President Vaclav Klaus in his speech at Prague Castle, in which he also criticized the European Union.

According to Klaus, the formation of the Czechoslovak Republic on Oct. 28, 1918, remains a “permanent inspiration and reinforcement.”

“However, we know that we have yet to win. Right now, emerging and dangerously growing new threats require us to make efforts to secure our state’s existence and its future,” said Klaus at an event commemorating the 103rd anniversary of the founding of an independent Czechoslovakia, an event organized by the Czech Freedom Fighters Union (CSBS) along with other associations.

According to Klaus, Czechs cannot look at the future without worries, and threats to freedom are not only coming from lockdowns and restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Potential Energy Shortages So Severe They Could Trigger Social Unrest

Blackstone Inc. co-founder Stephen Schwarzman said the world could face energy shortages so severe they trigger social unrest, Bloomberg reported.

“We’re going to end up with a real shortage of energy,” he said at a conference in Saudi Arabia. “And when you have a shortage it’s just going to cost more and it’s probably going to cost a lot more. And when that happens you’re going to get very unhappy people around the world, in the emerging markets in particular.”

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Update: 71 Out of 75 Districts in Uttar Pradesh, India — Its Most Populated State — Reported No COVID-19 Cases in 24 Hours After Implementing Ivermectin Protocol

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that COVID cases plummeted in India thanks to new rules that promote Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to its massive population.

The 33 districts in Uttar Pradesh, India have now become free from COVID-19 government announced last month. The recovery rate has increased up to 98.7% proving the effectiveness of IVERMECTIN as part of the “Uttar Pradesh Covid Control Model.” Of course, the media won’t mention that Ivermectin is being used for the treatment of COVID-19.

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American General Warns Chinese Military Poised to Surpass the U.S.

China is developing its military capabilities at a “stunning” pace and may soon “surpass” the United States, a top U.S. general said on Thursday.

“The pace they’re moving and the trajectory that they’re on will surpass Russia and the United States if we don’t do something to change it,” the outgoing Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General John Hyten said on Thursday.

The admission comes after last week’s revelations that China successfully tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile. The missile, which is several times faster than a ballistic missile, may be able to evade U.S. air defense systems…

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China Announces New Case of Bird Flu Infection in Humans

The Health Commission of Guangdong Province, South China, ad this Thursday the existence of a new case of infection of the H5N6 strain of bird flu in humans.

The new case occurred in the city of Dongguan, in a context in which the increase in people infected with bird flu in China during 2021 is generating concern among experts, who explain that the current situation is probably given by the mutation of a strain that has become much more infectious to humans than its predecessors.

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Ex-Cop Addresses Thousands at Freedom Protest in Melbourne

On Saturday, thousands descended on Melbourne’s CBD to protest Daniel Andrews’ proposed pandemic bill.

Where a former police officer took to the stage.

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Hundreds of Anti-Daniel Andrews Protesters Descend on Melbourne CBD

A massive group of protesters gathered in Melbourne’s CBD spouting pro-Trump slogans and calling for Premier Daniel Andrews to be sacked, amid heated debate around mandatory vaccines and mounting frustration towards the state government.

The group, estimated to be over 1000, gathered outside Victorian parliament on Saturday, protesting forced Covid vaccines, ongoing restrictions for the unvaccinated, and controversial new pandemic laws.

Protesters could be heard shouting “kill the bill” in reference to laws controversially rushed through the lower house earlier this week.

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Petty Reason a Bike Shop Owner Who Went Out of His Way to Follow Strict COVID Rules So He Could Stay Open in Lockdown Was Hit With an $11,000 Fine

A bike shop owner has been slapped with a $11,000 fine for breaching Covid-19 rules despite doing everything in his power to follow health guidelines.

Ryan Billszta, owner of Samson Cycles in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, was fined $10,904 during lockdown despite adhering to Covid safety measures.

As Victoria underwent its sixth lockdown, Mr Billszta kept his business afloat by offering click and collect.

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Thousands of Protesters Storm Melbourne’s CBD Chanting ‘Sack Dan Andrews’ In Rally Against Vaccine Mandates and Sweeping New Laws Giving Him ‘Unlimited Power’ To Declare Pandemics and Jail COVID Rule-Breakers

Angry demonstrators waved placards calling for the resignation of premier Daniel Andrews as they marched towards Parliament House in East Melbourne on Saturday.

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Thousands of Australians With Unpaid Fines for Breaking COVID Rules Have Their Homes Seized, Bank Accounts Raided and Licences Cancelled as Government Chases $5.2million

Queenslanders who received fines for breaking Covid-19 rules risk having their homes seized and bank accounts frozen in a government crackdown to collect $5.2 million in repayments.

The State Penalties Enforcement Register is expected to collect 3,046 unpaid fines from the pandemic on behalf of Queensland Health.

More than 2,755 fines were from individuals and businesses accused of breaking Covid-19 restrictions and the rest either still under investigation or pending payment.

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Caravan of Migrants Refuses Offer of Work Visas From Mexican Government

A group of thousands of migrants from Central America passing through southern Mexico has been offered visas to stay and work in Mexico by Mexican authorities on Friday. The migrants refused the offer.

The group, most of them from Central American nations, have now reached the Mexican town of Acacoyagua in Chiapas, having recently crossed the Guatemalan border.

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Germany Says Talks With Iraq to Stop Migrants Flights to Belarus Were Successful

BERLIN — German foreign ministry on Friday said talks with Iraq to stop migrants’ flights to Belarus were successful, adding that Jordan has also cancelled several charter flights.

German authorities have registered 4,889 unauthorised arrivals with a connection to Belarus so far in October, which is more than a half of all such arrivals this year.

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Greece: 91 Cubans Arrested at Airport as Police Suspect Migrant Smuggling Network

Officers arrested 91 Cuban nationals at a Greek airport, with police suspecting an international migrant smuggling ring may be involved in their arrival in the country.

All 91 Cubans who were arrested at the Zakynthos airport on Thursday are part of a larger group of 210 people who are believed to have flown from Cuba to Moscow and then to Serbia, where they crossed the border into Greece in order to fly to their destination of Italy, where they planned to claim asylum.

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Hungary, Slovenia Propose Demographic Agenda for EU That Focuses on Families Instead of Migration

Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, together with its Slovenian sister party the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), will propose at the Brussels executive committee meeting of the Centrist Democrat International (CDI) a set of demographic rules, Bertala Havasi, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s press secretary told national news agency MTI on Thursday.

The meeting of the Centrist Democrat International (formerly Christian Democrat International) founded in 1947 is holding a two-day meeting in Brussels attended by Orban.

The draft declaration of the two parties is based on the final declaration of the Budapest Demographic Summit on the dire population situation in Europe. The declaration highlights, among other things, the importance of measures to strengthen the traditional family model, emphasizes that family policy must remain a national competence, and draws attention to the fact that migration cannot be a means of tackling demographic problems.

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Playing God (Badly)

But I know this: we invented about the most complex product imaginable, tested it in a relative handful of people for a few months, a far shorter timetable than is typical for drug development. Now we are shoving it on every human we can reach — to prevent (or more accurately fail to prevent) an illness that is not particularly dangerous to most of them.

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UK to Outlaw Persuading Children to Change Genders

The British government will soon outlaw efforts to persuade children to change their gender and prohibit “conversion therapy” on LGBT people. Under the new plan set to be unveiled on Friday, adults who try to persuade children to change their gender, who perform so-called “gender identity counseling,” will face criminal sanctions.

Following its implementation next spring, it will be illegal to convince someone to change their sexuality or gender identity, and the government intends to offer extra safeguards to protect children and adolescents.

The plan effectively criminalizes religious practices such as gay conversion therapy, as well as pro-LGBTQ organizations such as Mermaids, which has been accused of encouraging children and adolescents to identify as transgender and undergo hormone therapy and other sex transition procedures.

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5 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 10/30/2021

  1. The idea of gender reassignment and sexual orientation is such a nightmare.

    The tale of Peppy and To Kill a Mockingbird would look completely different today. These girls would be made lesbian or transgender.

    My daughter belongs to the Artemis Archetype. As a child, she only had enough trousers for two weeks. All the surrounding trees and fences were familiar to her. She did not play with dolls, preferring constructors.

    She’s okay, she’s heterosexual. One year ago she got married.
    But now she would not be allowed to calmly grow up and become what she is.

    Recently I spoke with one of my acquaintances, he is completely discouraged: his thirteen-year-old daughter said that she was most likely a lesbian.
    I also had problems with my daughter as a teenager, but there was no such horror.
    Or recently I was told a ghastly story of how an 11-year-old girl blackmailed her father, demanding an iPhone. Otherwise, she will report to the police that he is a pedophile.
    The other day I read in the newspaper how a girl reported to the police against her mother for slapping her on the buttocks, for refusing to help her wash the dishes.

  2. Schools Across U.S. Cite Inclusivity as Reason for Backing Away From Halloween Events

    https://www.newsweek.com/schools-across-us-cite-inclusivity-reason-backing-away-halloween-events-1642732
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    When the world was polar – divided into socialist and capitalist camps, all these merry holidays of the Western world looked very attractive, against the background of the dull Socialist camp.

    Western countries had to try to make their life more interesting and the residents had more opportunities – in professional growth, the opportunity to earn property, in high-quality medicine. That is why they paid so much attention to the working class.

    Now only the Islamic Caliphate remains as an alternative in the world. A bleak Islamic caliphate, no music, no songs, no art.

    And now we can offer a complete degradation as a counterbalance. And no one will say a word against.
    Because either LGBT or Afghanistan and ISIS.

    In our country, there is also an alternative: either the Russian Orthodox Church and the 17th century (this was the Baroque and the Enlightenment in your countries in the 17th century, and in Russia – religious obscurantism), or Islam and the 7th century.

    What a longing.

    By the way. There are many pedophile scandals associated with the Russian Orthodox Church. But since our society is much more closed, this information is cut off.
    But if you are interested, I can throw a lot of links.

  3. Slovenia, Hungary, and the rest of the V-4+Plus, should focus at the same time on a border wall with the east as well as the west. It’s good to see leaders putting words to the pro-natal solution against demographic replacement. Encouraging.

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