Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/1/2021

A county judge has suspended the vaccine deadline for Chicago police officers, forcing the police union and the city to resume negotiations. Meanwhile, a federal judge has blocked a Chicago hospital system from placing unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave.

In other news, residents of Minsk, the capital of Belarus, are becoming increasingly unhappy with the presence of Arab migrants in the city who are gathering there en route to the Polish border.

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Financial Crisis
» While Other Countries Lost Jobs During Pandemic, Hungary Improved Employment Rate
 
USA
» 9,000 New York City Employees on Unpaid Leave After De Blasio’s Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect
» Alhambra Teachers, School Workers Protest Vaccine Mandate
» As NYC Vaccine Mandate Goes Into Effect, Protest Held Outside Staten Island Sanitation Garage
» Beavercreek Man Attempted to Join ISIS-K; Facing Decades of Prison Time
» Biden Administration Says Federal Contractors Should Gradually Fire Unvaccinated Employees
» Blue State Blues: Record Number of Students Flee Nation’s Largest Public School Districts
» Chicago Judge Suspends City’s Vaccine Deadline for Police Officers
» Chicago Mayor, Top Cop Plead for Answers in 4-Year-Old’s Shooting Death, As Weekend Sees More Violence
» CNN Analyst Compares Pilot’s “Let’s Go Brandon” Quip to Declaration of Support for ISIS
» CNN Host: “We Took Off Our Masks Just for the Photo”
» Elon Musk Challenges UN Over Child Abuse Sex Scandal
» Facebook Updates Vaccine Censorship Policies for Statements About Vaccinating Kids Aged 5-11
» Federal Judge Blocks Hospital System From Placing Unvaccinated Workers on Unpaid Leave
» Feds Creating Comic Books to Push COVID Masks, Fight Disinformation on 5G and Elections
» Halyna Hutchins Remembered as Gifted Cinematographer
» Hundreds Protest Indoor Face Mask Mandate in Larimer County
» Hypocrite Airways? Jeff Bezos’s £48m Gulf Stream Leads Parade of 400 Private Jets Into Cop26 Including Prince Albert of Monaco, Scores of Royals and Dozens of ‘Green’ CEOs — as Huge Traffic Jam Forces Empty Planes to Fly 30 Miles to Park
» Large Fort Collins Protest Decries Health Mandates, ‘Steps Toward Vaccine Passports’
» Letter Reportedly From Jan 6 Detainee Details Horrible Conditions of Imprisonment for Defendants
» Lindsey Graham Told Police to Use Their Guns During Jan 6 Capital Storming
» Miami-Dade Schools Drop Mask Mandate for Middle and High School Students
» New Poll: 44% of Democrats, Democratic-Leaning Independents Don’t Want Biden in 2024
» New Study Shows Trust in Media is in “Free Fall”
» Ohio School Board Drops Mask Mandate Weeks After Kicking Senate Candidate Josh Mandel Out of Meeting
» Philadelphia Becomes First Major City to Ban Police Stops for Minor Traffic Violations
» Rittenhouse Trial: What to Expect as Trial Starts Monday
» Safeway in Castro Cuts Hours Due to ‘Off the Charts’ Shoplifting; ‘it’s Sad, Upsetting and Frustrating’
» San Francisco University State Professor: Jewish Pot is Turning Black Men Gay
» Seattle Fire Staffing Crisis Grows Dire, More Than 10 Engines Out-of-Service After Mandate Firings
» Southwest Launches ‘Internal Investigation’ Into Pilot Who Said ‘Let’s Go Brandon’
» Video: ‘Pathetic’ Biden Takes 8 Pre-Approved Questions in First Conference for 108 Days
» Video: Rand Paul Vows to Grill Fauci Again This Week Over His “Threat to Civilization”
» Watch: Tucker Carlson and Elijah Schaffer Explore What Really Happened on Jan 6
» Watch: Even MSNBC Questions Whether Biden Fell Asleep at UN Climate Conference
» Watch: McAuliffe Complains That Virginia Has Too Many White Teachers on Last Day of Campaign
 
Canada
» ‘The Game is Elimination’: Supporters Rally Outside Now-Closed Without Papers Pizza
 
Europe and the EU
» “Throw Me in Jail” — EU Officials Slam COVID Passports, Medical Tyranny in Stunning Press Conference
» 24 Hours: Macron Sets Deadline for Trade War if UK Doesn’t Back Down on Fishing
» Cash and Profits in British Politics
» COP26: Extinction Rebellion ‘Intend to Get Arrested’ During Glasgow Protests
» Exclusive: In Response to Crackdown on Polish Sovereignty, Poland Should Withdraw From EU’s Insane Climate Policy, Says MEP Patryk Jaki
» German Companies Creating Segregated Canteens for Vaccinated and Unvaccinated
» Italy: Ex-Alitalia Attendants Strip to Slips to Protest ITA
» Joe Biden Receives Holy Communion at Mass in Rome
» ‘Let’s Act!’ — Farage Calls on Boris to Suspend EU Brexit Payments Amid French Fishing Threats
» Majority of Swiss Refuse to Pay More for Fuel, Heating to Meet Climate Change Goals — Survey
» People in UK Who Post “False Information” About Vaccines Could be Jailed for Two Years
» Polish PM: ‘EU is Paying More Attention to Made Up Problems Than Real Ones’
» Prince Charles is an Idiot
» ‘Sweden is the Most Dangerous Country in Europe, ‘‘ Writes Germany’s Top-Selling Newspaper
» UK Government to Lock Up Internet Trolls for Causing ‘Psychological Harm’
» UK: Met Police Spent Over £18m Policing Extinction Rebellion in Just Two Weeks
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Italy Mustn’t Treat Us Like Hamas Says Israel Envoy
 
Far East
» China Using Stolen U.S. Tech to ‘To Build a Military That Can Defeat Ours, ‘ Says Ex-CIA Officer
» Shanghai Disneyland Sparks Chaos as 33,000 Visitors Locked-Down, Forced to Undergo COVID Testing
 
Australia — Pacific
» Police Have Swarmed to a Sydney Unit Where a Dramatic Siege is Unfolding.
 
Immigration
» Hungary: Orban’s Top Election Contender Supports Mass Immigration, And Its a Major Liability
» Lukashenko Trapped in His Schemes as Migrants Pile Up in Belarus
» UK Home Office Admits to Losing Track of Over 900 Foreign Criminals
» ‘You Attract These People’ — Greek Migration Minister Blames Western Europe Benefit System for Mass Migration
 
Culture Wars
» We Refused to Lie About Rachel Levine’s Gender— So Twitter Locked Our Account
 

While Other Countries Lost Jobs During Pandemic, Hungary Improved Employment Rate

Macroeconomic data is providing evidence that the Hungarian government’s crisis management strategy to offset the damages of the coronavirus pandemic is working, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjartó said.

“There was a sharp difference between the different government strategies, and now we can take stock. It shows that all those who put up with the fact that there would be mass unemployment anyway and could not or did not want to prevent factory closures have badly failed,” he said, adding that “on the other hand, the measures of the Hungarian government, which focused on preventing mass unemployment and supporting the expansion of companies’ capacity, proved to be absolutely successful.”

In his speech, he called it “unique” that over the past year and a half, non-financial and direct economic reasons have triggered an “amazing” crisis. He pointed out that more than 110 million jobs were lost globally and investment fell by 40 percent. However, Hungary managed to buck this trend and managed to increase its employment rate.

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9,000 New York City Employees on Unpaid Leave After De Blasio’s Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect

On Monday, all people who work for any part of the NYC municipal government need to be vaccinated or they will be placed on unpaid leave going forward, potentially affecting quality and availability of public services.

During a Monday press conference, Mayor de Blasio said that there are currently 9,000 city employees on unpaid leave as of Monday, out of a workforce of 378,000.

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Alhambra Teachers, School Workers Protest Vaccine Mandate

ALHAMBRA, Calif. (KABC) — A few dozen teachers and employees of Alhambra Unified School District held a demonstration on Monday, saying they were being forced to take unpaid leave for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

The district says the school board in August issued a requirement that all 2,100 employees needed to be vaccinated by Oct. 31.

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As NYC Vaccine Mandate Goes Into Effect, Protest Held Outside Staten Island Sanitation Garage

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Waving American flags and holding at least one sign blaming President Joe Biden, several dozen gathered outside the Sanitation garage in New Springville on Monday morning to protest vaccine mandates for public employees in New York City.

Around 50 protesters are demonstrating in front of Staten Island Garage 2 at 2500 Richmond Ave. across from the Staten Island Mall. Some of the protesters are wearing clothes with Department of Sanitation (DSNY) logos.

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Beavercreek Man Attempted to Join ISIS-K; Facing Decades of Prison Time

BEAVERCREEK — A Beavercreek man prosecutors said was arrested at a Columbus airport while trying to travel to Afghanistan to join ISIS-K pleaded guilty ahead of his trial that was scheduled for Monday.

Naser Almadaoji, 22, an Iraqi-born United States citizen, pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to foreign terrorist organizations.

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Biden Administration Says Federal Contractors Should Gradually Fire Unvaccinated Employees

If you’re a federal contractor, the official guidelines stipulated by the US government dictate they’ll kick you out the door slowly rather than immediately, if you don’t comply with getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Today it’s being reported that the Biden administration is being more subtle with the earlier notion of “get vaxxed or you’re fired” impression that President Joe Biden left after his Sept. 9 speech mandating COVID-19 vaccines in both the public and private sectors. The federal government’s corporate vaccine mandate applies to all employers with 100 or more employees.

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Blue State Blues: Record Number of Students Flee Nation’s Largest Public School Districts

This week the three largest public school districts in the U.S. announced that they are in the middle of a massive and continuing problem: record low enrollment numbers.

The New York Times reported that since the fall of 2019 enrollment in New York City’s (NYC) public school system—the nation’s largest district—has dropped by about 50,000 students or 4.5%. The numbers are even worse in the nation’s second-largest public school district, where the Los Angeles Times reported the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) lost a record of more than 27,000 students or 6.0% of its enrollment since 2019. The third-largest district’s numbers are just as bad in Chicago’s public schools (CPS), where WTTW reported enrollment is down nearly 25,000 students or 3.0% over the same time.

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Chicago Judge Suspends City’s Vaccine Deadline for Police Officers

A Chicago judge on Monday suspended the Dec. 31 deadline for police officers to get vaccinated, blocking Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s vaccine mandate from taking effect.

Cook County Judge Raymond Mitchell issued the ruling, sending the “parties back to the bargaining table” in order to resolve certain grievances raised by the police union.

According to Fox News, the city can still place officers on administrative leave if they do not disclose their vaccine status, however, they cannot be fired until an arbiter decides the labor disputes.

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Chicago Mayor, Top Cop Plead for Answers in 4-Year-Old’s Shooting Death, As Weekend Sees More Violence

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the city’s top cop on Saturday demanded answers to the still-unsolved shooting of a 4-year-old boy who was killed while getting his hair braided on Labor Day weekend.

Their press conference came 59 days after Mychal Moultry Jr.’s death and over another holiday weekend, as Chicago saw six people killed and 26 others wounded in gun violence. There were 24 shooting incidents recorded by the Chicago Police Department from 6 p.m. Friday until before midnight Sunday, a period when children and other party revelers celebrated Halloween.

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CNN Analyst Compares Pilot’s “Let’s Go Brandon” Quip to Declaration of Support for ISIS

CNN analyst Asha Rangappa compared a Southwest Airlines pilot’s pre-flight “let’s go Brandon!” quip to a declaration of support for ISIS.

Yes, really.

On a Friday morning Southwest flight from Houston to Albuquerque, the pilot uttered the phrase over the public address system. The quip has become a viral meme intended to mean “F*** Joe Biden.”

This immediately prompted a leftist meltdown, with one AP reporter, who admitted she “sounded insane,” attempting to enter a closed cockpit in an effort to chastise the pilot.

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CNN Host: “We Took Off Our Masks Just for the Photo”

CNN host Jake Tapper inadvertently revealed the security theater that is ‘COVID-safe’ after he tried to reassure people “we took off our masks just for the photo.”

Tapper posted an image of himself and his CNN staffers for a “bake off” event before tweeting, “for anyone concerned, we took off our masks just for the photo, but generally we all wear masks around the office. also, we’re all vaccinated.”

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Elon Musk Challenges UN Over Child Abuse Sex Scandal

During a Twitter debate over whether vast amounts of money can solve world hunger, Tesla founder Elon Musk challenged the United Nations over its child sex abuse scandal.

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Facebook Updates Vaccine Censorship Policies for Statements About Vaccinating Kids Aged 5-11

Earlier this year, when COVID-19 vaccines started rolling out, Facebook introduced new policies to censor “misinformation.”

Now, the company has extended the policies to include kids, after the FDA authorized the emergency use of the Pfizer jab for kids between the ages of 5 and 11.

The company said it will start sending in-feed reminders in English and Spanish to its US users to remind them that the vaccine is currently available for children. The reminders will have a link containing information on the nearest vaccination center.

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Federal Judge Blocks Hospital System From Placing Unvaccinated Workers on Unpaid Leave

A federal judge blocked a Chicago-based hospital system from allegedly putting unvaccinated workers with religious exemptions on unpaid administrative leave.

According to the Epoch Times, more than a dozen workers at NorthShore hospital in Chicago filed a lawsuit arguing that the vaccine mandate was making them choose between their religion or their job.

The employees were allowed religious exemptions by their employer, but they were subsequently forced to take a leave of absence because the hospital believed having unvaccinated workers around patients is “unnecessarily risky.”

“They can’t be fired and they can’t be placed on what is effectively, in my mind, unpaid leave,” said U.S. District Judge John Kness in his ruling on Friday.

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Feds Creating Comic Books to Push COVID Masks, Fight Disinformation on 5G and Elections

Colorado voters perusing their Secretary of State Web site ahead of this week’s elections are directed in the “What You Can Do” section to a most-unexpected resource: a comic book purporting to educate them on “deep fakes,” “troll farms” and “election misinformation.”

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

Halyna Hutchins Remembered as Gifted Cinematographer

NEW YORK (AP) — Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer who was fatally shot by Alec Baldwin, traveled far during her 42 years. She grew up on a remote Soviet military base and worked on documentary films in Eastern Europe before studying film in Los Angeles and embarking on a promising movie-making career.

Hutchins was shot with a prop gun Thursday on the set of the Western “Rust” near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Court records released Friday indicated that an assistant director handed Baldwin a loaded weapon and told him it was safe to use. Detectives were investigating.

On her Instagram page, Hutchins identified herself as a “restless dreamer” and “adrenaline junkie.” In recent days, she posted several images from the set, including an early morning shot of a cloudy desert sky, a video of herself riding horseback during a day off and a photo of the crew gathered to express solidarity with union members. The members of the IATSE union were seeking a new contract and threatened to strike before a settlement was reached last weekend.

According to her website, she grew up on the Soviet base in the Arctic Circle and was “surrounded by reindeer and nuclear submarines.” She received a graduate degree in international journalism from Kyiv National University in Ukraine, worked on British documentary productions in Eastern Europe and graduated from the American Film Institute Conservatory in 2015. She is survived by her husband, Matthew Hutchins, with whom she had a son…

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Hundreds Protest Indoor Face Mask Mandate in Larimer County

LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)— Hundreds of people gathered to protest the reinstated indoor face mask requirement in Larimer County on Monday. This comes as hospitalizations for COVID-19 continue to climb in Larimer County.

“It is again egregious overstepping of government and these people have had it, they are ready to see change,” said protester Norm Rehme.

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Hypocrite Airways? Jeff Bezos’s £48m Gulf Stream Leads Parade of 400 Private Jets Into Cop26 Including Prince Albert of Monaco, Scores of Royals and Dozens of ‘Green’ CEOs — as Huge Traffic Jam Forces Empty Planes to Fly 30 Miles to Park

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ £48million Gulf Stream has led a 400-strong parade of private jets into COP25 including Prince Albert of Monaco, scores of royals and dozens of ‘green’ CEOs — as an extraordinary traffic jam forced empty planes to fly 30 miles to find space to park.

Some environmental activists at the COP26 climate conference will be urging others to cut down on air travel and eat less meat, but little has been said about the billionaires flying in on their own planes on routes already served by commercial airlines.

Meanwhile, as the super-rich were whisked away into waiting limos, hundreds of less fortunate delegates were left unable to get to Glasgow after brutal storms crippled rail links, forcing travellers to sleep on the floor of Euston station in London.

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Large Fort Collins Protest Decries Health Mandates, ‘Steps Toward Vaccine Passports’

A crowd estimated to exceed 500 participants gathered outside of the Fort Collins office of the Larimer County health department Monday morning to protest the concept of vaccine passports.

People came from across Colorado, and some even across state lines, to voice their concerns and listen to about a dozen speakers with similar beliefs about the COVID-19 vaccine and public health mandates, including state senators, representatives and notable conservative names Del Bigtree, Michelle Malkin and Kevin Jenkins.

Many of the attendees of the event had signs saying “we do not comply” and “fire Tom Gonzales” or that critiqued national health leaders like Dr. Anthony Fauci. Some disavowed fascism or compared a vaccine mandate to Nazi Germany.

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Letter Reportedly From Jan 6 Detainee Details Horrible Conditions of Imprisonment for Defendants

A shocking letter was making the rounds on Twitter over the weekend, reportedly from Jan. 6 defendant Nathan DeGrave. De Grave is currently being detained by the Biden administration for charges stemming from his presence at the Capitol on Jan. 6. The letter details the harsh conditions under which defendants have been held by the Biden administration’s Department of Justice.

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Lindsey Graham Told Police to Use Their Guns During Jan 6 Capital Storming

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham encouraged capitol police to make use of their guns during the January 6 storming of the capital, according to the Washington Post.

“What are you doing? Take back the Senate! You’ve got guns. Use them,” said Graham to the police. The senator was deeply irritated that the session had to be abandoned.

“We give you guns for a reason,” said Graham. “Use them.”

Graham’s office later confirmed that this was true. “Graham was quite clear on this point, noting that the backpacks and other items brought into the Capitol could have contained bombs and explosives. The damage could have been much, much worse,” said his spokesperson.

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Miami-Dade Schools Drop Mask Mandate for Middle and High School Students

As of Tuesday Nov. 2 2021, all high schools and middle schools in the Miami-Dade school district will make mask-wearing optional for all students.

In order to opt-out, students’ parents must fill out a form and send it back with the student in question, declaring that they wish to opt-out of the mask mandate. This follows a similar plan implemented some days previous in neighboring Broward County.

According to local outlet WSVN, the school district has decided to relax the protocols due to declining rates of new COVID 19 infections in Florida’s schools.

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

New Poll: 44% of Democrats, Democratic-Leaning Independents Don’t Want Biden in 2024

Apoll released Monday shows that 44% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents want a Democratic nominee other than President Biden to run for the White House in 2024.

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New Study Shows Trust in Media is in “Free Fall”

While the corporate media in the US continue to relentlessly beat the drum of “combating misinformation” and representing the only “authoritative and trustworthy sources” — their audiences effectively disagree and a new report describes the trust in media as being in “free fall.”

According to the IBD/TIPP pollster, their alternative media counterparts are not doing much, if at all better in the trust department, which dovetails neatly with a recent Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism paper that said the US was the lowest ranked country when it comes to the number of those who trust most news most of the time — only 29%.

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

Ohio School Board Drops Mask Mandate Weeks After Kicking Senate Candidate Josh Mandel Out of Meeting

An Ohio school district that started the school year enforcing a mask mandate has now reversed course on forcing students to cover their faces. The move comes just two weeks after the board kicked former Ohio Treasurer and candidate for U.S. Senate Josh Mandel out of a board meeting after he spoke out against mask mandates, Critical Race Theory, and leftist gender ideology, despite the fact he was invited to speak by concerned parents. Responding to the board’s reversal of its mask mandate, Mandel told Breitbart News: “We the people will not be intimidated by out-of-touch school bureaucrats or power-hungry politicians.”

Lakota Local School District in Cincinnati, Ohio, is dropping its mask mandate for K-12 students and staff, regardless of their vaccination status, starting on Monday, according to a report by WLWT 5.

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Philadelphia Becomes First Major City to Ban Police Stops for Minor Traffic Violations

Philadelphia became the first major U.S. city to ban police stops for minor traffic violations in an effort to reduce harmful interactions between law enforcement and people of color.

Mayor Jim Kenney signed legislation Monday, some two weeks after the city council voted 14-2 in favor of the policy, which will limit traffic stops to primary violations that threaten public safety.

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

Rittenhouse Trial: What to Expect as Trial Starts Monday

Monday begins jury selection in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, who on August 25, 2020 shot three men in riot-ravaged Kenosha WI, killing two of them and grievously wounding the third. We will cover the entire trial live daily.

Kyle is being tried on a variety of charges, including the felonies of intentional homicide, reckless homicide, attempted intentional homicide, two counts of reckless endangerment, as well as a misdemeanor charge of weapons possession by a minor.

The legal defense to the felony charges will be the legal justification of self-defense. The legal defense to the misdemeanor weapons charge will be inapplicability on the facts, as well as unconstitutional vagueness.

[Comment: Jury selection began this Monday.]

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

Safeway in Castro Cuts Hours Due to ‘Off the Charts’ Shoplifting; ‘it’s Sad, Upsetting and Frustrating’

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Yet another major retailer in San Francisco has made the decision to close earlier due to excessive theft particularly at night, according to San Francisco Supervisor Rafael Mandelman.

The Castro Safeway on Market and Church Streets was open 24 hours, but that’s not the case any longer. Signs posted on its entrance state its new hours are 6 am to 9 pm, effective October 24.

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San Francisco University State Professor: Jewish Pot is Turning Black Men Gay

Wesley Muhammad, a professor at San Francisco State University, said at the Saviours Day Convention in Chicago, an official Nation of Islam event, “It is Jewish genius that has helped… to weaponize the weed so that it may effeminize the black male of America. And be clear, it is Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam that is standing in between the total demasculinization of the black man in America.”

The “Pot Plot” is a popular theory within the Nation of Islam, a radical cult Muhammad is a member of led by Louis Farrakhan. A few years back, Muhammad’s lecture at a Philadelphia black beauty expo, titled: How to Make a Homosexual: The Scientific Assault on Black America, was cancelled due to the hateful content of the speech.

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Seattle Fire Staffing Crisis Grows Dire, More Than 10 Engines Out-of-Service After Mandate Firings

The Seattle Fire Department had more than ten units, comprising fire engines, medic units, and other emergency response teams, unavailable this weekend as a result of decreased staffing levels due to the firings over vaccine mandates and now the department struggles to effectively serve the community.

“There will be at least one person that will die from this,” a source within Seattle Fire told The Post Millennial.

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Southwest Launches ‘Internal Investigation’ Into Pilot Who Said ‘Let’s Go Brandon’

After a Southwest pilot was heard to say “Let’s go Brandon,” an anti-Biden meme, over the intercom of a plane, that airline has launched an “internal investigation.”

In a statement to Twitter, Southwest said that “Southwest does not condone Employees sharing their personal political opinions while on the job serving our Customers, and one Employee’s individual perspective should not be interpreted as the viewpoint of Southwest and its collective 54,000 Employees. Southwest is conducting an internal investigation into the recently reported event and will address the situation directly with any Employee involved while continuing to remind all Employees that public expression of personal opinions while on duty is unacceptable.”

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Video: ‘Pathetic’ Biden Takes 8 Pre-Approved Questions in First Conference for 108 Days

Joe Biden was wheeled out in front of the press to answer questions for the first time in well over 3 months, but again used cheat sheets and took a total of eight questions from pre-approved reporters.

First, Biden turned up late to the briefing in Rome Italy, and bizarrely proclaimed “I apologize for keeping you waiting. We were playing with elevators,”adding “Long story.”

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Video: Rand Paul Vows to Grill Fauci Again This Week Over His “Threat to Civilization”

Senator Rand Paul has promised to once again grill Anthony Fauci this week when the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases appears in front of a Senate hearing on Thursday.

Appearing on Fox Business Sunday, Paul urged “I don’t think Fauci is ever going to admit” to funding deadly gain of function research.

“You have seen Merrick Garland performing live, I don’t think he’s ever going to prosecute him,” Paul continued, adding “But this is a big, big question. If this came out of the lab in Wuhan, what if a worse virus comes out of a lab?”

The Senator continued, “There’s a professor at MIT, Kevin Esvelt, who’s not a partisan, who wrote in The Washington Post recently, not a conservative journal, but he wrote that this type of research could threaten civilization. And there hasn’t been one hearing.”

“They’re actually doing experiments as we speak with viruses that have 50 percent mortality. That shouldn’t be happening,” Paul further warned.

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Watch: Tucker Carlson and Elijah Schaffer Explore What Really Happened on Jan 6

Tucker Carlson is launching his 10-part documentary series on the Capitol riot of January 6, months in the making this week, and he sat down with The Blaze’s Elijah Schaffer, who was at the Capitol on that fateful day.

The series, called Patriot Purge, has been long awaited across the political spectrum in the US, as leftists want to mock it and defame it for not upholding their monolithic version of events, and conservatives would like a glimpse into what happened outside of the echo-sphere of mainstream media punditry.

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Watch: Even MSNBC Questions Whether Biden Fell Asleep at UN Climate Conference

MSNBC showed footage of what appears to be a “sleepy” Joe Biden during the UN climate conference held in Glasgow, Scotland, with a reporter suggesting that “it appears that perhaps he was dozing.”

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Watch: McAuliffe Complains That Virginia Has Too Many White Teachers on Last Day of Campaign

The race for Virginia governor comes down to the final hours in the battle between Democrat candidate Terry McAuliffe and Republican contender Glenn Youngkin.

The primary concern of education amongst voters has come home to roost on the last day before official Election Day voting.

John Roberts interviewed a local mother who voted for President Joe Biden about how she felt about McAuliffe. It wasn’t down party lines.

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‘The Game is Elimination’: Supporters Rally Outside Now-Closed Without Papers Pizza

As you may have seen, Without Papers Pizza in Calgary has been a recent target of Alberta Health Services. In Calgary, a vaccine bylaw was passed that demands business owners across the board discriminate against their clientele by checking their vaccine status.

This is something the owner of Without Papers Pizza could not do, and because of his love for all — vaccinated or unvaccinated — health authorities shut his business down. If you’re interested in supporting the business, be sure to visit Without Papers Instagram page.

In our last report, a wave of supporters came not only for free pizza, but to show their support for frontline workers. As has happened to the staff at Without Papers, vaccines mandates are expected to cause thousands of frontline workers to lose their jobs — a decision that some would argue runs contrary to the betterment of public health.

This brings us to today’s report.

Once again, demonstrators came to support both Without Papers Pizza and our frontline workers. Have a look and see what they have to say about the situation as Alberta’s vaccine mandate is set to come into effect.

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“Throw Me in Jail” — EU Officials Slam COVID Passports, Medical Tyranny in Stunning Press Conference

A group of European Union officials is pushing back against forced vaccinations and COVID restrictions imposed across the continent by an increasingly tyrannical ruling class.

Members of European Parliament (MEPs) from at least four countries have banded together to voice staunch opposition to violations of the “basic human rights” of citizens of European nations.

Led by MEP Cristian Terhes of Romania, the faction has delivered scorching speeches during recent press conferences.

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24 Hours: Macron Sets Deadline for Trade War if UK Doesn’t Back Down on Fishing

President Emmanuel Macron has warned that if Britain doesn’t succumb to French demands on post-Brexit fishing licenses within 24 hours, then France will go forward with trade war-style threats in the English Channel.

Despite initial reports on Sunday suggesting that the United Kingdom and France had agreed to de-escalate tensions, the two sides now appear to have no intention of backing down.

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Cash and Profits in British Politics

by Sergio Restelli

A debate on the human rights situation in Kashmir was organized on 23 September by the backbenchers in the House of Commons of the British Parliament. While the debate itself was full of the usual platitudes by British MPs who still believe in the power of Pax Britannia and its muscle as the colonial power, what is often lost in the din is how some of these MPs operate from behind the veil of charity and political activism around ostensibly noble causes, and get paid for it either in terms of votes or dodgy donations by Pakistani-origin businessmen or all-expenses paid trips funded by the Pakistan government. Far from being hauled up for financial gain in exchange for pushing the agenda of their benefactors and donors, such behaviour is condoned and pushed under the carpet.

The foul language used by some of the Pakistan-origin MPs in the Kashmir debate undoubtedly drew criticism from neutral colleagues. Trying to cover her tracks, one of the Labor MPs leading the debate, Debbie Abrahams, who was deported from India in 2020, tried to lamely deflect the flak coming her way by saying that the debate was “not to be read as ‘pro-or anti’ any country as the lawmakers were only speaking in defense of human rights”. The same Debbie Abrahams, regularly riles against the government of Israel and in a recent tweet, called for the UK government to suspend arms sales to Israel. Who can take exception to such high principles that the Hon. Abrahams espoused? The only problem is that for the MP in question, human rights are not universal; they are only to be defended if there is any alleged violation in Jammu and Kashmir or Palestine, and that too if someone funds her for it. Ever since she became an MP in 2011, Ms. Abrahams has raised the issue of Kashmir on 21 different occasions and in various formats in the British Parliament. But how many times has she spoken about the genocide of Uighur Muslims in China or the horrible human rights situation in Balochistan where thousands have been killed and thousands more subjected to ‘enforced disappearances’ by the Pakistani authorities? The plight of Rohingya Muslims — once. Surprised? Don’t be, because her concern for human rights depends on whether someone pays for it or not.

After she was deported from India, Abrahams went on a fully funded trip to Pakistan-Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (PoJK). According to the Register of Members’ Interest filed by her after the trip on March 20, 2020, she declared that the Pakistan High Commission paid £15,590 for a four day trip for her and two staffers. Interestingly, on exactly the same dates 6 more MPs also visited PoJK were part of the same delegation (all paid for by the Pakistan High Commission) and they declared that the total cost was £2290. The math does not make sense, does it? Six MPs spending just under £2300 while three people (Abrahams and her staffers spending almost 6 times that amount? Did Ms. Abrahams push her accounts by almost £13,300? Incidentally, four of the six MPs who visited PoJK with Abrahams also spouted venom against New Delhi in the Kashmir debate…

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COP26: Extinction Rebellion ‘Intend to Get Arrested’ During Glasgow Protests

CLIMATE activists set to bring disruption to the streets of Glasgow during COP26 say they “intend to get arrested” while championing their cause.

Extinction Rebellion have previously warned of high-impact “deliberate disruption” as thousands of delegates and hundreds of world leaders descend on the city for the summit.

While XR has not announced in advance how, or where it will protest, the group has confirmed that it will use “non-violent direct action”.

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Exclusive: In Response to Crackdown on Polish Sovereignty, Poland Should Withdraw From EU’s Insane Climate Policy, Says MEP Patryk Jaki

Could you comment on the decision delivered by the European Court of Justice on Oct. 27? I am referring to that daily fine of €1 million imposed on Poland for failing to completely suspend its Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Chamber. This comes after the Polish Constitutional Court ruled in July that the ECJ was acting outside the EU’s jurisdiction when issuing an interim order concerning Poland’s Disciplinary Chamber and that executing such an order would go contrary to the Polish constitution. Has the jurisdictional conflict between the EU and Poland turned into a full-fledged war?

I would prefer that the term “war” be reserved for military issues, although I know that in politics it is often misused. However, it is undoubtedly an attempt to deprive Poland of its sovereignty. Poland, of course, has agreed to be part of the European Union, but only on very precisely defined terms enshrined in the treaties. The most important part of what we are talking about is Article 5 of the Treaty and the so-called principle of conferral. Generally speaking, what it tells us is that the EU is not a state. Consequently, it can only have those powers which are voluntarily conferred upon it by the member states. As it happens, Poland has never conferred powers upon the European Union to deal with the organization of its judiciary. This matter is solely a matter of national law and not EU law.

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German Companies Creating Segregated Canteens for Vaccinated and Unvaccinated

Major companies in Germany are segregating their employees by creating canteens for vaccinated people and separate areas for the unvaccinated, who will be forced to continue to follow social distancing and mask mandates.

Pharmaceuticals giant Bayer, energy company Eon, and travel company Alltours are all set to impose the new rules, which will see the unvaccinated treated like second class citizens.

“In the ‘2G’ areas for vaccinated and recovered people, employees would be allowed to eat together under completely normal conditions, while those who are not vaccinated or do not provide information about their vaccination status would have to continue to live with rules on social distancing, mask wearing and partitions during meals,” reports the Local.

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Italy: Ex-Alitalia Attendants Strip to Slips to Protest ITA

Flash mob against job and pay cuts at Campidoglio

(ANSA) — ROME, OCT 21 — Flight attendants at the former national carrier Alitalia discarded their old uniforms and stripped to their slips at the Campidoglio in Rome Wednesday in a flash mob protest against what they say is the raw deal they are getting with its new slimmed down incarnation ITA Airways.

The attendants are up in arms over job losses and pay cuts under the new airline, which took off on October 15.

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Joe Biden Receives Holy Communion at Mass in Rome

ROME — President Joe Biden received Holy Communion at St. Patrick’s Church in Rome this weekend, after claiming Pope Francis told him to keep taking part in the sacrament despite his promotion of abortion.

Together with his wife, Jill, Biden attended a Saturday Vigil Mass at the English-language church that caters to the American Catholic community in Rome, the Associated Press (AP) reported.

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‘Let’s Act!’ — Farage Calls on Boris to Suspend EU Brexit Payments Amid French Fishing Threats

Nigel Farage has called for the United Kingdom to suspend Brexit divorce payments to the European Union if France fails to back down from trade war threats in the English Channel.

The Brexit leader noted on Monday that Britain is still on the hook for billions of pounds to the EU, agreed to by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement last year, and therefore has leverage in the ongoing dispute with the French on fishing licenses.

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Majority of Swiss Refuse to Pay More for Fuel, Heating to Meet Climate Change Goals — Survey

The majority of Swiss are reluctant to fund climate change goals from their own pocket, a new survey has shown.

Younger people, and those living in rural areas, are especially unwilling to pay more for gas, heating and air travel.

The 2050 carbon neutrality goals, outlined by the Switzerland authorities, are out of step with the population’s readiness to pay increasingly higher bills to fund them, according to a new survey. The poll, conducted among some 23,000 people, was commissioned by the Tamedia and 20 Minuten media groups early in October with its findings published Sunday.

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People in UK Who Post “False Information” About Vaccines Could be Jailed for Two Years

People in the UK who post “false information” about vaccines online could face two years in prison under a new law.

Yes, really.

The Online Safety Bill, described as “the flagship legislation to combat abuse and hatred on the internet” has faced fierce criticism from civil liberties groups for its broad overreach.

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Polish PM: ‘EU is Paying More Attention to Made Up Problems Than Real Ones’

Respecting EU laws does not mean that EU law is above national constitutions, said Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in an interview where he discussed the current situation in Europe.

In the interview, which appeared in several European media, Morawiecki said that the primacy of a national constitution was the primacy of democracy.

Morawiecki also said that the EU is focusing its efforts on ideological causes and ignoring real crises.

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Prince Charles is an Idiot

Prince Charles is wagging his finger at us over our carbon footprint.

He’s flown 120,213 miles on private jets & helicopters over the last 5 years alone.

That’s halfway to the frigging moon.

Piss off.

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‘Sweden is the Most Dangerous Country in Europe, ‘‘ Writes Germany’s Top-Selling Newspaper

After examining data from the Swedish Crime Prevention Council, Germany’s Bild newspaper writes that “Sweden is the most dangerous country in Europe.”

Bild, which is Germany’s most widely-read and best-selling newspaper, analyzed a study related to fatal gun violence, with the data showing just how dangerous Sweden has become.

“In the EU, an average of eight people per million people are victims of fatal violence. In Sweden, the number in 2020 was twelve people per million inhabitants. When it comes to the victims of firearms, the difference between Europe and Sweden is even greater. In the EU, an average of 1.6 people per million people die from gunshot wounds — in Sweden the figure is four, almost three times as many,” Bild writes.

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UK Government to Lock Up Internet Trolls for Causing ‘Psychological Harm’

The UK government will introduce an internet law that will jail online trolls for up to two years, according to The Times.

Under the new online hate legislation, criminal action will be taken against users that cause “psychological harm.” The government has not yet defined what this harm entails.

The Department for Culture, Media, and Sport has introduced this legislation after the Law Commission recommended these measures. Crimes will now be based on “likely psychological harm.”

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UK: Met Police Spent Over £18m Policing Extinction Rebellion in Just Two Weeks

The Met Police racked up an eye watering £18m in costs policing Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests in just two weeks earlier this year.

The bill was for operations from August 23 to September 6, when the environmental group were carrying out a campaign of actions across London.

Actions taken include blocking off Oxford Circus, shutting down Tower and London Bridge, and scaling a building in the City of London.

In one instance, activists tried to dye a water feature at Buckingham Palace blood red.

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Italy Mustn’t Treat Us Like Hamas Says Israel Envoy

Eitan ruling shows independence of judges Eydar tells ANSA Forum

(ANSA) — ROME, OCT 26 — Italy mustn’t treat Israeli like Hamas, Israeli Ambassador to Rome Dror Eydar told a Forum at ANSA Tuesday.

“Italy is a great friend. the Israeli prefer Italy to all European countries, but Italy’s abstention” on the UN resolutions against Israel and in particular the last one on operations in Gaza “was the most painful for us” because “for us abstention means treating Israel and Hamas in a similar way”, he said.

Eydar added that an Israeli court’s decision to send back to Italy Eitan Biran, the orphaned six-year-old Israeli boy who was the sole survivor of the Mottarone mountain cable-car disaster in Piedmont in May and was taken out of Italy by his maternal grandfather last month, was “proof of the independence of the legal system in Israel”.

He added: “let’s wait for the appeal, but in the meantime I wish him a good life”.

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China Using Stolen U.S. Tech to ‘To Build a Military That Can Defeat Ours, ‘ Says Ex-CIA Officer

China is using stolen American technology against the U.S. “to build a military that can defeat ours,” according to a retired CIA officer.

The U.S. government needs to develop a better strategy against the Chinese espionage campaign, David Sauer told The Epoch Times’ sister media NTD on Friday.

“U.S. security officials estimate that the Chinese steal between $300 billion and $600 billion a year in U.S. intellectual property, research and development, information and technology,” he said.

China has also targeted Japan, South Korea, and the European Union since around 2000 to 2001, The Epoch Times reported.

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Shanghai Disneyland Sparks Chaos as 33,000 Visitors Locked-Down, Forced to Undergo COVID Testing

On Sunday, Shanghai Disneyland went into partial lockdown after a woman who visited the park tested positive for COVID-19. Hours before the night of Halloween, the park temporarily suspended entry of any new guests and requested tens of thousands within the facility to undergo testing before exiting.

The government and Disneyland staff sealed off the entire venue. A few rides were open, but it was utterly bizarre that hundreds of people in full medical hazmat suits were dispatched to the park after one person tested positive for the virus. Everyone inside, approximately 33,000, had to take a nucleic acid COVID-19 test before exiting.

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Police Have Swarmed to a Sydney Unit Where a Dramatic Siege is Unfolding.

The siege began at a unit on Punt Road in the leafy and ordinarily peaceful suburb of Gladesville this morning at around 11.20am, when a police officer who was responding to a nearby domestic violence incident was stabbed.

According to NSW Police, the officer received lacerations to the back of his head from a knife.

He was rushed to hospital for treatment, and police negotiators are currently at the scene, with one person believed to be inside the unit…

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Hungary: Orban’s Top Election Contender Supports Mass Immigration, And Its a Major Liability

Hungary’s left-wing coalition opposition’s new leading candidate, Péter Marki-Zay, is being presented as a conservative, but his open borders position and liberal attitude towards migration is proving a liability in Hungary.

Fearing a loss in the polls, he tries to hide the fact that, like Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, he would open the border to the masses of illegal migrants.

As candidate for prime minister of the left, Marki-Zay gave a presentation at a conference in the Gellért Hotel in Budapest in the autumn of 2020, where he spoke mockingly about Viktor Orban wanting to stop migrants, tying it to an unwillingness to try new things, such as genetically modified organism (GMO) crops.

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Lukashenko Trapped in His Schemes as Migrants Pile Up in Belarus

Belarusians are starting to complain about the accumulation of Middle Eastern migrants on the streets of the country’s capital city of Minsk. As a result, the crisis, which is being used by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko to pressure Poland and other European countries opposed to his rule, may be starting to backfire.

“I was walking around today — the Arabs were everywhere. Groups of about 20 people with luggage walk around. There are fewer locals than foreigners,” comments the author of a video in which a group of people from the Middle East sit at a shopping center in Minsk.

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UK Home Office Admits to Losing Track of Over 900 Foreign Criminals

The British Home Office has lost track of over 900 foreign criminals, many of whom the government has failed to enact deportation orders against.

Home Office figures released as a result of a Freedom of Information request have shown that there are currently 916 Foreign National Offenders (FNOs) listed as having absconded into the country.

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‘You Attract These People’ — Greek Migration Minister Blames Western Europe Benefit System for Mass Migration

The Greek Minister for Migration, Notis Mitarachi, criticized the German and Western European refugee policy, saying it will inevitably attract migrants. In the wake of increasing migratory pressure from Afghanistan via Greece and the smuggling of migrants into the European Union controlled by Belarus, Mitarachi told Bild am Sonntag that the “refugee flows from my country” were “driven by Western European social benefit systems.”

Migrants in Greece received the same benefits as Greek citizens earning less than €400 per month. Just like Greek citizens, they are not entitled to free accommodations or have their rent paid by the state.

“If they make it to Germany, Austria, or Sweden, they are entitled to ben

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We Refused to Lie About Rachel Levine’s Gender— So Twitter Locked Our Account

We knew this would eventually happen. Twitter has locked PJ Media’s account and is demanding that we delete a tweet that told the truth about Rachel Levine’s gender. You remember Levine. He’s Joe Biden’s transgender assistant secretary for Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and, if you believe the Washington Post, the “first-ever female four-star admiral” in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.

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9 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/1/2021

  1. As for those “immigrants” in Belarus, and on the borders of Eastern Europe, (southern Europe, Greece,France, Spain, Canada, etc…) The answer is simple…
    [intemperate recommendation redacted]
    Any other civilization in the past would have done this. No problemo…

    • Both the interviewer, Stew Peters, and the guest, Philippe Argillier, state flatly that Islam and the terrorists are two different matters, and that Eric Zemmour, by opposing Islam, is bringing more trouble upon the French, and putting at risk American citizens in France and the French. They both support appeasing muslims to win their co-operation.

      Argillier, at 13.28:
      “So instead of, again, doing something to increase the hatred against those groups of people, why don’t we, at one point, quote “leave them alone”, doing our own business, and at the same time avoid this high risk of, I would say, terrorist attack? And if this were to be the case, I would say at this moment that Eric Zemmour, if anything were to happen, financed by Vincent Bollore, would be responsible for it. …… So we have a high rise of danger coming up at this moment in my country, and in your country, too, because of Eric Zemmour’s actions in France, totally financed by Vincent Bollore.”

      Learning Curve needed big time by both.

      Eric Zemmour, in contrast, is well apprised of the deadly hostility of Islam, its agenda of World Caliphate, and its readiness to use violence. The guest, Philippe Argillier, stresses that Zemmour is being backed by the French billionaire, Vincent Bollore, who controls much of the media. This control is not desirable, but Bollore is supporting a man who has a well informed and realist grasp of the threat posed by Islam. Zemmour is greatly better informed than either interviewer or guest.

  2. And in our media, a real hysteria against migrants began. Russians are wild and evil people. I think it will soon be scary and fun. (“Scary and fun” is a quote from “War and Peace” before the beginning of the Battle of Borodino)

    It is a pity that Paul Goble closed his “Window to Eurasia” – he did good analyzes on the topic.

      • Oh no … Now this is inappropriate reading in our time. Wasted time. I just quoted the school curriculum.
        If you have the opportunity to read the modern author Viktor Pelevin, then it is better than him.

  3. Hey, Look at me, look at me!!!!!
    I Can control the temperature of the PLANET!
    HOLY KRP, I Must be little prince justine, lordy lord of crack-ada.
    The communist, mudslime-pig, lord of deviance, empororer of allragheads…

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