Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/18/2021

More than 400 Iraqi migrants have been deported from Belarus. Meanwhile, migrants who were camped at the border between Poland and Belarus have been relocated to a warehouse in Belarus.

In other news, a homeowner in Ontario was ordered by municipal authorities to take down his “F*** Trudeau” flag.

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Financial Crisis
» Warren on Increased Gas Prices: ‘This Isn’t About Inflation’ — It’s Price Gouging
 
USA
» 10 Heinous Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse Debunked: Devine
» A Hollow Kind of Freedom
» Biden Treasury Nominee Saule Omarova Was Once Arrested for Shoplifting at TJ Maxx, Police Records Show
» Bill Maher Defends Parents Opposed to Critical Race Theory
» Breaking: Armed Man Arrested Outside Rittenhouse Trial
» Chase Pulled Payment Processing for Donald Trump Jr. Event
» Chinese Dissident AI Weiwei Warns Americans: ‘You’re Already in the Authoritarian State. You Just Don’t Know It’
» DeSantis to Hold Event in Brandon, Florida, At Brandon Honda
» Exclusive: Kyle Rittenhouse Prosecutors Held Back High-Def Drone Footage of Kenosha Shootings From Defense and Gave Them Low Quality Video — Sparking Them to File Mistrial Motion That Could See Teen Walk Free
» Exclusive: Jim Jordan Demands FBI Director Wray Disclose All ‘Counterterrorism’ Efforts Against Parents After Whistleblower Report
» Explainer: How the Rittenhouse Jury Was Narrowed
» Federal Judge Grants Injunction on Biden’s Oil, Gas Ban on Federal Lands
» Hypocrite Pelosi Caught Violating Mask Mandate Again
» Joe Rogan Says ‘It’s So Hypocritical’ For People to Tweet About Social Justice on Devices Made by ‘Child Slaves’
» Majority of Voters See Prosecution of Bannon and O’Keefe as Politically Motivated: Poll
» More Americans Want Republicans to Control Congress Come 2022, Poll Shows
» NBC News Confirms Rittenhouse Trial Incident; Does Not Deny ‘Freelancer’ Was Told to Follow Jury
» NBC Producer Who Reportedly Instructed Man to Follow Rittenhouse Jury Bus Nukes Social Media Accounts
» On the Larger Goals of the Left in Bringing Rittenhouse to Trial
» Over Half of West Virginian Voters Strongly Disapprove of Biden’s Job Performance, 60 Percent Support Manchin
» Police Caught Using Online Spy Tool to Plot “Pre-Crimes”
» Pollak: 10 Media Myths Exploded During the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial
» Rittenhouse Juror Asks to Take Instructions Home After Third Day Without Verdict
» Schumer Calls on Biden to Release Oil Reserves and End Oil Production
» Second Grader Suspended for Not Wearing Mask Speaks Out Against Mandates With DeSantis
» Setting Roadblocks Against the Police and Lighting Them on Fire Isn’t a Big Deal
» Shocking! Polio Vaccine ‘Hero’ Was Into Eugenics and Depopulation!
» The Big Lie: Obama Was in on the Russiagate Hoax From the Start
» The Biden Regime Will Turn the Military on the People Unless We Push Back
» The FBI Can No Longer be Trusted in Any Way, Shape or Form
» Two Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Exonerated
» Video: Tucker Carlson Slams MSNBC Race Baiter Reid’s Latest Racist Rant About “White Tears”
» Video: Rand Paul Warns “Authoritarian” Fauci’s “Casual Disdain” For Rights is “Recipe for Totalitarianism”
» Watch: Rittenhouse Judge Kicks MSNBC Out of Trial After Alleged Jury Stalking Incident
» What’s in Your COVID Vaccine? FDA Asks Judge if They Can Hide the Details for Another 55 Years
 
Canada
» Jordan Peterson: Government Adviser Told Me COVID Rules Based on Opinion Polls, Not Science
» Ontario Homeowner Ordered to Take Down ‘F*** Trudeau’ Flag
 
Europe and the EU
» Czechia: Babis Calls Unvaccinated ‘Selfish’ Amid Protests Over New Restrictions
» Czechia Sees Skyrocketing COVID-19 Numbers, Will Implement ‘Bavarian Model’ To Slow Spread
» Czechia: Vaclav Klaus: Communism Wasn’t Defeated, It Collapsed
» Days After Locking Down the Unvaccinated, Austria Hits COVID Case Record
» Germany Toughens Rules for Unvaccinated People as New COVID Wave Hits
» Germany Recommends Booster Shots for All Adults
» Keep Complying, Idiots
» ‘Merkel is Talking to Minsk and Moscow Alone’ — Poland Warns Germany Not to Make Any Secret Deal With Belarus
» Poland: Ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) Is Surging in the Polls
» ‘Someone Has Blown Me Up’ — Guard Recalls Driver’s Terror After UK Hospital Blast
» UK: Extinction Rebellion to Protest Outside Leeds Court as Activist is Sentenced for Throwing Fake Blood at Civic Hall
» UK: How ISIS Told Jihadis to ‘Wear Christian Crosses’ And ‘Avoid Having Beards’ To Fool West
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Israel Should Not Let the U.S. Reopen Its Palestinian Consulate in Jerusalem
 
Russia
» Belarusian Hackers May be Responsible for Breaking Into Polish Politicians’ Accounts
» Is Eastern Europe on the Edge of War?
 
Far East
» Lab Leak Theory Gains New Traction After Recent Revelations
» Malign Foreign Influence: China’s United Front
 
Australia — Pacific
» World Number 1 Novak Djokovic Likely to Face Australian Open Ban Over Vaccine Freedom Stance
» YouTube Censored 75% of Ads From Australian Anti-Lockdown Party
 
Immigration
» Belarus: More Than 400 Iraqi Migrants Board Deportation Flight as Border Tensions Rise
» Bon Voyage! French Cops Stand and Watch as Cheering Migrants Launch Another Dinghy Into the Channel — on the Day 1,000 More Migrants Made it to the UK
» Channel Migrants Are Set to be Flown to Albania to a New Asylum Centre at Cost of £100,000-a-Head a Year as French Deny Agreeing to Stop All Crossings
» Dozens of Aid Workers Including Sister of Syrian Olympic Swimmer Face Migrant Smuggling Trial in Greece Accused of Using Fake Military Licence Plates and Monitoring Coast Guard Radios in Lesbos
» Exclusive — Revealed: Migrants Kicked Out of Dunkirk ‘New Jungle’ Camp by French Police Are Pitching Their Tents in Field Next Door as They Tell of Their Dream to Reach Britain
» London-Based Foreign Crime Gang Convicted for Smuggling 69 Albanians to UK
» Main Migrant Camps on Polish Border Evacuated by Belarus as Crisis Continues
» Murder Trial Begins for Accused Illegal Alien Serial Killer With Survivor Detailing Attempted Murder
» Poland Border Crisis: Camp Empty as Migrants Move to Warehouse
» Poland Arrests 100 Migrants After ‘Mass’ Attempt to Cross the Border Overnight ‘Led by Balaclava-Clad Belarusian Spetsnaz’ With Guards Pelted by Rocks
» Revealed: Secret Staging Area Used by People Smugglers to Assemble Groups of Migrants and Prepare Inflatable Dinghies to Carry Them Across the English Channel
» Swedish Commentators Urge Their Government to Aid Poland’s Border Defense
» The Forgotten Suicide Bomber
» Top EU Court Raises Soros-Backed NGO Above the Law With Latest Ruling Against Hungary
 
Culture Wars
» Academics Speak Out for Old Dominion U. Prof Put on Leave After Defending Pedophiles
» CRT Critic James Lindsay Locked Out of Twitter After Criticizing ‘Groomer’ Behavior
» Is it Time to Stop Demonising Dairy? For Years We’ve Been Warned That the Fat in Cheese and Milk is Bad for Our Health. Yet New Studies Suggest Dairy May Actually be Good for Us… And Even Help Prevent Disease
» Texas Parents Condemn Overtly Sexual Books Made Available to Elementary-Age Children
» This is a Classic Sign of Grooming and Child Sex Predation
 

Warren on Increased Gas Prices: ‘This Isn’t About Inflation’ — It’s Price Gouging

On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) argued that if “this were just ordinary inflation, we might see prices go up. But prices at the pump have gone up,” because the increase in gas prices “isn’t about inflation. This is about price gouging for these guys.”

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

10 Heinous Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse Debunked: Devine

Of all the willful lies and omissions in the media’s coverage of the Steele dossier, Brian Sicknick, the Covington kids, Jussie Smollett, the Wuhan lab, Hunter Biden’s laptop and so on, nothing beats the evil propaganda peddled about Kyle Rittenhouse.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

A Hollow Kind of Freedom

Now it’s time to wake up, stand up, and take our country back. Quit electing candidates you know are lying to you. Stop putting people in leadership positions when they have absolutely no clue what you and the rest of working-class America have to deal with on a daily basis. Find some quality leaders who have proven themselves in other professions—in real jobs, not beltway consultancies—and put them in places where they can make a difference. Soldiers, cops, truck drivers, nurses, warehouse managers, whoever has that required leadership experience, get them into office or into institutions that impact our traditional way of life. If we don’t, we can expect the continued downward spiral of our way of life and the upward tick of the misery index.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Treasury Nominee Saule Omarova Was Once Arrested for Shoplifting at TJ Maxx, Police Records Show

President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) was arrested for allegedly shoplifting merchandise at a TJ Maxx, according to a police report.

Cornell Law School professor Saule Omarova, who Biden picked to head the OCC in September, was arrested in 1995 for an alleged retail theft of $214 in TJ Maxx merchandise, according to police records posted by the American Accountability Foundation, a conservative watchdog group. Her arrest had previously been reported by Fox News, but the police report offers new details on the incident.

She asked to pay for the items, and cooperated fully with the security guard, according to the report. Her charges were later dropped through Wisconsin’s first offender program, Fox News reported.

Omarova’s Senate Banking Committee hearing is scheduled for Thursday, and she is likely to meet stiff opposition from Republicans who have harshly criticized her policy positions. She has called for the federal government to “bankrupt” the oil and gas industry in order to address climate change, and has also refused to hand over her thesis titled “Karl Marx’s Economic Analysis and the Theory of Revolution” to members of the banking committee.

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

Bill Maher Defends Parents Opposed to Critical Race Theory

Comedian Bill Maher defended parents who are against critical race theory on Wednesday, saying he doesn’t think anyone is against teaching about the history of racism in schools but not that it’s the “essence” of America.

“There’s something going on in the schools that never went on before,” Maher, the host of “Real Time” on HBO, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “Now I’m not in schools, I have no interaction with children whatsoever, but I do understand this issue because I read accounts from parents, from educators.”

He said when he was a student he learned a little about slavery and racism but it was cursory and he didn’t learn it “viscerally” so he thinks teaching an “honest history of racism” would be good, but “that’s different than teaching that racism is the essence of America.”

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

Breaking: Armed Man Arrested Outside Rittenhouse Trial

Update: The man’s name is Jonathan David Clark, 37, from Kentucky. He has been charged with possession of a firearm within 1000 feet of a school.

Original story follows:

On Thursday afternoon, as the nation continues to wait for the verdict on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, a man reportedly armed with a knife was arrested outside the courthouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Videos of the incident show police arresting a man dressed all in black across the street from the courthouse

While the police searched the man, one officer hands a bag that was strapped to the man’s side over to another officer. The officer appears to hand over a knife that the man had on him.

His arrest comes less than 24 hours after two were arrested on Wednesday evening.

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

Chase Pulled Payment Processing for Donald Trump Jr. Event

JPMoragan Chase Bank, one of the biggest banks in the US, canceled a deal to provide online payment processing for a Missouri-based conservative group that’s organizing a Donald Trump Jr. event.

The Defense of Liberty PAC was organizing an event to be held on December 3 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, Missouri. Donald Trump Jr. was expected to attend the event.

The conservative PAC used WePay, a JPMorgan Chase-owned payment processor, to process payments for the events.

On November 9, the company told Paul Curtman, the founder of the PAC, that it had canceled the contract and would be refunding the $30,000 already processed. The email also stated that the company would no longer do business with the organization in the future.

[Comment: The article further reports that Chase reversed its decision.]

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

Chinese Dissident AI Weiwei Warns Americans: ‘You’re Already in the Authoritarian State. You Just Don’t Know It’

“What is going on in our schools and in our country is really a replay of the cultural revolution in China, and I want people to see the similarities and similarities are terrifying. They use the same ideology and same methodology, even the same vocabulary, and reach the same goal,” Fleet said.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

DeSantis to Hold Event in Brandon, Florida, At Brandon Honda

Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida will hold a press conference in Brandon, Florida, at Brandon Honda on Thursday in what could be another jab at President Joe Biden.

DeSantis spokesperson Christina Pushaw did not confirm to the Daily Caller News Foundation that the location was related to the popular “Let’s Go Brandon” chant, a euphemism for “F*** Joe Biden,” instead focusing on the legislation the governor will sign at the press conference.

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

Exclusive: Kyle Rittenhouse Prosecutors Held Back High-Def Drone Footage of Kenosha Shootings From Defense and Gave Them Low Quality Video — Sparking Them to File Mistrial Motion That Could See Teen Walk Free

Prosecutors in the Kenosha shooter trial withheld evidence from the defense that was ‘at the center of their case,’ only sharing the high-definition drone video footage on which they have hung their prosecution after the trial had concluded, DailyMail.com can reveal.

Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger played the enhanced drone footage to the jury during his closing statements and claimed that it showed Rittenhouse ‘pointing his gun’ at people — an assertion that opened the door to the state claiming Rittenhouse provoked the violence of the night of August 25, 2020.

Now, in the motion obtained by DailyMail.com, Rittenhouse’s defense insist that the state only shared it with the defense after evidence had closed on Saturday November 13.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Exclusive: Jim Jordan Demands FBI Director Wray Disclose All ‘Counterterrorism’ Efforts Against Parents After Whistleblower Report

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) demanded on Thursday that the FBI submit to the House Judiciary Committee any records related to counterterrorism tools that the agency used against parents expressing outrage at school boards, Breitbart News has learned exclusively.

Jordan, who serves as ranking member on the Judiciary Committee, sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray detailing the committee’s requests after Jordan published an email Tuesday from a whistleblower inside the FBI that revealed the agency’s counterterrorism and criminal divisions had created a “threat tag” for FBI officials to apply to investigations into threats made against school administrators.

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

Explainer: How the Rittenhouse Jury Was Narrowed

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Kyle Rittenhouse played a direct role in choosing, albeit randomly, the final 12 jurors who are deciding his innocence or guilt in the murder trial over his killing two protesters and wounding a third last summer.

At the direction of Circuit Judge Bruce Schroder, Rittenhouse’s attorney placed slips of paper into a raffle drum with the numbers of each of the 18 jurors on it who sat through the two-week trial. The drum had been sitting on a window ledge throughout the trial but was placed in front of Rittenhouse at the defense table Tuesday.

With the jury watching, Rittenhouse then selected six pieces of paper from the drum, each bearing a number that corresponded to a juror. A court official then read aloud the numbers of the jurors being dismissed: 11, 58, 14, 45, 9 and 52. The names of the jurors have not been made public.

The dismissed jurors aren’t among the final 12 deliberating the case. But they were required to remain in the courthouse, at the request of the defense, until the jury returned with a verdict.

On Tuesday afternoon, in response to questions about the drawing hours earlier, Schroeder said he’s been having defendants pull the numbers of alternate jurors from the drum for roughly 20 years.

Without the jury present on Wednesday, Schroeder again defended the unusual arrangement, saying critics were trying to “undermine the result of the trial.” Schroeder said he had read news accounts “about how bizarre and unusual it was to have the defendant pick the numbers out of the tumbler yesterday. And I would admit that I don’t know that there’s a large number of courts to do that, maybe not any…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Federal Judge Grants Injunction on Biden’s Oil, Gas Ban on Federal Lands

A federal judge on Monday issued a nationwide injunction on President Joe Biden’s executive order to halt oil and gas operations on all federal lands in the name of fighting so-called climate change.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry led the lawsuit joined by 12 other states and reacted to the court’s decision, calling it good for America.

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

Hypocrite Pelosi Caught Violating Mask Mandate Again

Nancy Pelosi, who threatened to ban lawmakers from the House for not wearing masks, has once again been caught violating the rules she clamours for others to follow.

The Daily Caller notes that Pelosi was spotted with Rep. Yvette Clark (D-NY), both maskless at a bar in a DC district, where there is an active mask mandate.

Note how she is holding a mask in her hand for when people start taking pictures, but not wearing it while mingling in the bar.

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

Joe Rogan Says ‘It’s So Hypocritical’ For People to Tweet About Social Justice on Devices Made by ‘Child Slaves’

Podcast host Joe Rogan said Wednesday it’s “so hypocritical” for people to tweet about social justice on devices made by “child slaves.”

During a discussion on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast Wednesday, the host wondered how the woke culture came about so “quick” and noted corporations endorsing it like Microsoft.

“The craziest thing is, that all of this is coming through devices that are made by slave labor,” Rogan said to his guest, Peter Attia, a Canadian-American physician.

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

Majority of Voters See Prosecution of Bannon and O’Keefe as Politically Motivated: Poll

A new poll shows that the targeting of Steve Bannon and James O’Keefe are seen as politically motivated by a majority of voters.

On Thursday, Rasmussen released the results of a new poll, wherein 1,000 Americans were asked whether they thought the FBI and Department of Justice had “become political weapons against President Joe Biden’s opponents.”

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

More Americans Want Republicans to Control Congress Come 2022, Poll Shows

More Americans want to see Republicans take both the House and Senate in 2022 instead of Democrats who retain narrow majorities, a new poll shows.

The Quinnipiac University poll, released Thursday, gives Republicans a 46-38 advantage on a generic House ballot and a 46-40 advantage on a generic Senate ballot. The GOP’s advantages were driven by Independent voters, who broke for Republicans by 10 points on each generic ballot in the poll.

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

NBC News Confirms Rittenhouse Trial Incident; Does Not Deny ‘Freelancer’ Was Told to Follow Jury

NBC News in a statement Thursday admitted that a “freelancer” was ticketed near a bus filled with jurors from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The network denied that he tried to photograph jurors, but did not deny that he was told to follow the bus.

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

NBC Producer Who Reportedly Instructed Man to Follow Rittenhouse Jury Bus Nukes Social Media Accounts

Following the identification of NBC booking producer Irene Min Joo Byon on Thursday as the person who instructed an independent journalist affiliated with MSNBC to follow the jury bus in the Rittenhouse case, Byon has deleted both her Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.

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

On the Larger Goals of the Left in Bringing Rittenhouse to Trial

It’s jury deliberation time in the Rittenhouse trial, and while we wait I’ve been reflecting on the big picture of where we are right now. I don’t think there’s any way a case as weak as that against Rittenhouse would have been brought ten years ago and certainly not twenty years ago, and the fact that he was charged at all is a bad sign.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Over Half of West Virginian Voters Strongly Disapprove of Biden’s Job Performance, 60 Percent Support Manchin

A new survey released on Monday has revealed that more than half West Virginian voters strongly disapprove of President Joe Biden’s job performance, while over half approve of Governor Jim Justice, and Senator Joe Manchin’s job performances.

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

Police Caught Using Online Spy Tool to Plot “Pre-Crimes”

Tech startup Voyager Labs helps law enforcement agencies use what you post on social media and who you interact with to predict whether you have or “plan to” commit a crime. It is one of a growing number of companies that claim they can use social media analysis to help predict and solve crimes and has opened many questions about privacy.

Non-profit organization Brennan Center obtained documents through freedom of information requests that revealed the strategies Voyager uses violate the first amendment protections. For instance, the software uses posts about Islam and social media usernames indicating Arab pride as signs of potential inclination towards extremism. But they can also be used to target any group.

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

Pollak: 10 Media Myths Exploded During the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has busted several myths propagated by the media and the Democrats about what happened during the Black Lives Matter riots on Aug. 25, 2020 — which then-candidate Joe Biden failed to condemn until the third day.

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

Rittenhouse Juror Asks to Take Instructions Home After Third Day Without Verdict

A juror asked Judge Bruce Schroeder of the Kenosha County Court if she could take the jury instructions home with her on Thursday evening, after the jury deliberated for a third full day without reaching a verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case.

Rittenhouse faces five counts — two of murder, one of attempted murder, and two of reckless endangerment. Unlike the second day, when the jury asked to review video evidence, the jury spent the entire day deliberating with each other.

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

Schumer Calls on Biden to Release Oil Reserves and End Oil Production

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called on President Biden to make use of emergency petroleum reserves in an effort to lower gas prices ahead of the holiday season.

Schumer then added that once the oil reserves were released it was time to end oil production in the US — to hell with them.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Second Grader Suspended for Not Wearing Mask Speaks Out Against Mandates With DeSantis

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis invited a second grader who was suspended for not wearing a mask to speak at his bill signing ceremony Thursday.

DeSantis helped Fiona up to the podium and asked her to tell the audience her story.

“I wasn’t going to school because I was getting suspended for not wearing a mask,” said Fiona. The crowd cheered and yelled, “we love you” in response.

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

Setting Roadblocks Against the Police and Lighting Them on Fire Isn’t a Big Deal

This is a prosecutor, an officer of the court, sworn to uphold the law of the State of Wisconsin, downplaying a man in the middle of a riot creating barricades and roadblocks to stop police vehicles (Bearcats) and setting them on fire.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Shocking! Polio Vaccine ‘Hero’ Was Into Eugenics and Depopulation!

Researcher Jay Dyer goes through Jonas Salk’s book “Survival of the Wisest.” Salk was the ‘father of mass vaccination’ and a big inspiration for Bill Gates.

He also happens to want depopulation and genetic manipulation of human beings. Salk and his friends, of course, are among the ‘Wisest’ and they will rule the rest of us. Are his fantasies coming true with the COVID shots?

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

The Big Lie: Obama Was in on the Russiagate Hoax From the Start

After it was discovered last week that a key source behind the Steele Dossier was charged for lying to the FBI, shocking new developments have come out that President Obama knew about Hillary Clinton’s plan to paint Trump as a Russian agent. “I’m going to say, not only the FBI, Comey and Strzok and McCabe ought to be very worried about Durham’s investigation. I’m going to say Brennan and Clapper, remember they were the ones that actually briefed Obama about the entire plot from Hillary Clinton to try and paint Donald Trump with Russia. There’s got to be some accountability.” said Rep. Doug Collins, the former ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee on Fox News this morning.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

The Biden Regime Will Turn the Military on the People Unless We Push Back

The Biden regime has no moral compunction against using force at home to impose its will. The barriers are practical, not ideological. Biden, in June of this year, mocked “gun-rights advocates” as a defense against tyranny. They would need “F-15s and nuclear weapons” to defeat the state, Biden claimed.

Implicit in this apparently weird statement is the acknowledgement that his administration would not hesitate to turn its full military might, including atomic bombs, against the populace in a war. The state, the coldest of cold monsters, headed by an endless mob of Anthony Faucis would not hesitate to impose its will in the most brutal manner possible.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

The FBI Can No Longer be Trusted in Any Way, Shape or Form

It’s impossible to read Sundance’s catalog of FBI failures to act without realizing that they can’t possibly be coincidental. As Ian Fleming said: “Once is happenstance; twice is coincidence; three times is enemy action.” The FBI, by its own repeated actions (or lack thereof), has painted itself in the colors of an enemy of the United States constitution and the freedom of its people. If it’s flying that flag, we should believe it. Nobody could be so utterly stupid and asinine as to fly it unless they meant it.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Two Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Exonerated

Two men who for decades steadfastly maintained their innocence in the 1965 assassination of US civil rights leader Malcolm X were exonerated on Thursday after a nearly two-year reinvestigation of the case.

Muhammad Aziz, now 83, and the late Khalil Islam were convicted in 1966 after a trial in which authorities withheld evidence favourable to the defence, said their lawyers, activist group the Innocence Project and civil rights lawyer David Shanies.

Mr Aziz and two of Islam’s sons were present in the court on Thursday when State Supreme Court Justice Ellen Biben vacated the convictions.

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

Video: Tucker Carlson Slams MSNBC Race Baiter Reid’s Latest Racist Rant About “White Tears”

In comments on his Wednesday night show, Tucker Carlson addressed a video posted by perpetual race baiter and segregationist Joy Reid, who declared that Kyle Rittenhouse cried “white tears” during his trial and that it goes hand in hand with “white vigilantism”.

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

Video: Rand Paul Warns “Authoritarian” Fauci’s “Casual Disdain” For Rights is “Recipe for Totalitarianism”

Appearing on Fox News Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul continued his long running exposition of Anthony Fauci, warning viewers that Fauci’s latest comments provide yet another example of how brazenly “authoritarian” he is.

Fauci stated earlier this week that Americans have a “misplaced perception” about individual rights as regards “societal safety”.

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

Watch: Rittenhouse Judge Kicks MSNBC Out of Trial After Alleged Jury Stalking Incident

Judge Bruce Schroeder of the Kenosha County Court in Wisconsin announced Thursday morning that he had ejected MSNBC from further coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial after a man claiming to be a producer allegedly followed a bus containing jurors.

Schroeder convened the court as the jury continued its deliberations for a third day in the trial, in which Rittenhouse faces two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, and two counts of reckless endangerment after he shot three rioters, killing two, during last summer’s Black Lives Matter riots in the small Midwestern city in what he claims was self-defense.

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

What’s in Your COVID Vaccine? FDA Asks Judge if They Can Hide the Details for Another 55 Years

It’s all fun and games, right. Those conspiracy nuts with their magnets are squawking about spidery junk and tracking devices in the COVID vax. The list gets longer every day, but the FDA has asked a judge to let them hide the details for another 55 years.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Jordan Peterson: Government Adviser Told Me COVID Rules Based on Opinion Polls, Not Science

Jordan Peterson says he spoke to a senior government adviser who told him Canada’s COVID restriction policies are completely driven by opinion polls and not science.

“In relation to the COVID restrictions, I talked to a senior adviser to one of the provincial governments a couple of weeks ago,” said Peterson.

“He told me flat out that the COVID policy here is driven by nothing but opinion polls related to the popularity of the government,” he added.

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

Ontario Homeowner Ordered to Take Down ‘F*** Trudeau’ Flag

A homeowner in Port Colborne, Ontario has been ordered to remove a flag from his house that says “F*** Trudeau,” according to the Port Colborne Leader.

Multiple residents complained about the flag both to the local newspaper and the municipal government, citing concerns over its supposed vulgarity. The resident also had a sticker with the same message on his door.

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

Czechia: Babis Calls Unvaccinated ‘Selfish’ Amid Protests Over New Restrictions

Thousands of protesters marched through Prague to protest against new COVID restrictions.

Demonstrators in the Czech capital flouted social distancing and facemasks as they rallied against the government’s incoming curbs.

It came as the country marked the anniversary of the 1989 anti-Communist Velvet Revolution.

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

Czechia Sees Skyrocketing COVID-19 Numbers, Will Implement ‘Bavarian Model’ To Slow Spread

Prime Minister Andrej Babis announced that Czechia would introduce the so-called Bavarian model of coronavirus measures as of Monday, Nov. 22, in order to slow down the dramatic rise in cases.

The new measures mean that antigen or PCR tests will not be sufficient anymore to take part in much of public life, and only a vaccination certificate or confirmation of recovering from the disease will be permitted.

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Czechia: Vaclav Klaus: Communism Wasn’t Defeated, It Collapsed

“The fall of communism had a global character. Neither our students nor our dissidents defeated communism. Instead, it collapsed like any similar ill-conceived attempt to suppress human freedom by force,” said former Czech President Vaclav Klaus during a reverence on the occasion of the anniversary of the Fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia.

At the Hlavka’s dormitory, where the Nazis arrested students on Nov. 17, 1939, and took them to a concentration camp, Klaus said that trampling on the memory of brave students 50 years later had become the last straw.

“We, to whom Nov. 17, 1939, has never ceased to speak to, we who have actively experienced the events of November 1989, we begin to worry that times that we thought could never return are coming back,” said Klaus, who is a strong critic of coronavirus measures.

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Days After Locking Down the Unvaccinated, Austria Hits COVID Case Record

Days after imposing a lockdown on the unvaccinated, Austria has hit a new COVID case record, bringing into question the effectiveness of its draconian new policy.

Three days into its quarantine for the unjabbed, which prevents those who haven’t had both doses from being allowed outside for anything other than “essential” reasons, daily infections surpassed 14,000 for the first time since the pandemic began.

Numerous hospitals are still at breaking point despite the unvaccinated having been forced to self-isolate.

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Germany Toughens Rules for Unvaccinated People as New COVID Wave Hits

Germany moved to toughen restrictions for unvaccinated people on Thursday to tackle a rising wave of coronavirus infections.

Chancellor Angela Merkel said the steps would not have been necessary if more people were vaccinated.

She said Germany was in a “very dramatic” situation which could put severe strain on hospitals if infections are not brought under control.

Under rules agreed upon by Ms Merkel and Germany’s 16 state leaders, regions will have to limit events to vaccinated and recovered people once pressure on hospitals reaches a certain level.

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Germany Recommends Booster Shots for All Adults

Germany’s Standing Committee on Vaccination (STIKO) on Thursday recommended booster shots for all adults.

A draft resolution proposing booster shots of the mRNA vaccines should be given six months after the last vaccine dose has been sent on to experts and Germany’s federal states for vote and consideration.

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Keep Complying, Idiots

Remember when they said if you took the jab and wore the mask, you’d get your freedoms back?

Let’s talk about Gibraltar and Ireland.

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‘Merkel is Talking to Minsk and Moscow Alone’ — Poland Warns Germany Not to Make Any Secret Deal With Belarus

Top Polish politicians are warning that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone calls to Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko are not welcome, and that any deals made that exclude Poland will not be implemented.

Polish President Andrzej Duda stated that one of the subjects of his conversation with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier were Merkel’s recent phone calls to Lukashenko, with Duda explaining that he told Steinmeier that “Poland will not acknowledge any agreements which will be made, as they say, ‘over our heads.’“

The Polish president stressed that if any agreements were to be made that would be binding for Poland and the Polish government, then those will be agreements made solely by the Polish government, according to Polish news outlet Forsal.pl. Otherwise, the Polish side has no intention of implementing them.

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Poland: Ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) Is Surging in the Polls

A new survey shows the United Right, the coalition made up of Law and Justice (PiS) and smaller allied parties, remains in first place with a dominant 41 percent of support — a 4-percentage point increase compared to a previous survey from two weeks ago.

According to a survey carried out by Social Changes research center for portal wPolityce.pl, in second came the largest opposition party, the Civic Platform (PO), with 23 percent of support (a 1-percentage point decrease), and in third was Szymon Holownia’s Poland 2050, with 13 percent of support (a 1-percentage point decrease).

Other parties which would cross the election threshold are the Confederation with 10 percent of votes (a 1-percentage point increase) and the Left with 7 percent (a 2-percentage point decrease).

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‘Someone Has Blown Me Up’ — Guard Recalls Driver’s Terror After UK Hospital Blast

The security guard who helped the taxi driver at the centre of an attempted terror bombing at Liverpool Women’s Hospital has spoken out for the first time.

50-year-old Darren Knowles rushed towards the cab at the centre of the maternity hospital blast right as a national two-minute silence had been due to take place in honour of the war dead for Remembrance Sunday, aiding driver David ‘Dave’ Perry after he stumbled from his shattered vehicle, reportedly locking the bomber inside to stop him getting at anyone else.

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UK: Extinction Rebellion to Protest Outside Leeds Court as Activist is Sentenced for Throwing Fake Blood at Civic Hall

Extinction Rebellion will protest outside a Leeds court in support of a climate activist who was arrested for throwing fake blood on the steps of the Civic Hall.

The activist was arrested in February this year following Leeds City Council’s decision to expand Leeds Bradford Airport.

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UK: How ISIS Told Jihadis to ‘Wear Christian Crosses’ And ‘Avoid Having Beards’ To Fool West

ISIS hatched an evil plan to dupe Westerners by advising would-be jihadis to wear the Christian cross and shave their beards, an unearthed terrorism manual revealed.

Terror suspect Emad Al Swealmeen was reportedly a Christian convert who previously lived and prayed with a couple in Liverpool. Al Swealmeen was last night named by police as the deceased bomber in the terror incident that took place outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital on Sunday. He was the passenger in a taxi destroyed in the blast.

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Israel Should Not Let the U.S. Reopen Its Palestinian Consulate in Jerusalem

Last Wednesday, in response to a question from Sen. Bill Hagerty, (R-Tenn.), U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Brian McKeon admitted in testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that under both U.S. and international law, the United States cannot open a consulate in Jerusalem without Israel’s consent. In other words, the prospect of the Biden administration opening a consulate to the Palestinians in Israel’s capital city without requesting Israel’s permission to violate Israel’s sovereignty in Jerusalem is off the table.

Given the Biden administration’s near-obsessive determination to open a consulate to the Palestinians in Jerusalem, it’s just a matter of time before it presents an offer it believes Israel will be unable to refuse.

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Belarusian Hackers May be Responsible for Breaking Into Polish Politicians’ Accounts

A team of hackers associated with the Ghostwriter cyber-operation, as part of which the emails of Polish politicians were leaked, may have connections to the Belarusian government, warns American cybersecurity company Mandiant.

In a detailed report, Mandiant Threat Intelligence assessed with “high confidence” that the hacking group known as UNC1151 was connected with Belarusian authorities, due to technical and geopolitical factors. The company’s experts also noted that the Ghostwriter hacking campaign was at least partially the work of the Belarusian regime.

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Is Eastern Europe on the Edge of War?

Satellite images reveal that Russia has amassed around 90,000 troops near Ukraine. After their so-called military “exercise” earlier this year, analysts say they never really went home to Russia as was claimed. And they left all the equipment near the Ukraine border at Yelnya. Russia still claims they are not planning to invade. Ukraine is not so sure. And Russia and Belarus are planning a joint military exercise. The icing on a dangerous cake.

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Lab Leak Theory Gains New Traction After Recent Revelations

The lab leak theory, which has gained traction over the course of the pandemic in regards to where it originated, has new evidence that may back up its basis.

According to The Spectator, in September, a team of French and Laotian scientists discovered a virus closely related to SARS-CoV-2, in a horseshoe bat living in a cave in the Laotian province of Vientiane.

While other viruses have been discovered in Asian countries neighboring China, as well as China itself, Banal-52 has proven to be the most genetically similar to the virus that caused the pandemic.

RaTG13, the human SARS-CoV-2 virus, was collected in southern Yunnan in 2013, and was stored in a freezer in Wuhan.

“RaTG13, which had been stored for six years in a freezer in a lab in Wuhan itself, is genetically 96.1 percent the same as SARS-CoV-2; Laos’s Banal-52 is 96.8 percent,” according to The Spectator.

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Malign Foreign Influence: China’s United Front

China obsesses over what the world thinks of it. Its rise to rival the US as the world’s greatest economic superpower includes a strong psychological element. China seeks not to be feared, but as having peaceful intentions. Looking at its use of “united front” tactics reveals how China’s messaging seeks to convince gullible people in the West that Chinese interests are really their interests, too. This is one example where Chinese communism borrows “Russian characteristics,” using the old Soviet tactic of “united front” groups that wittingly or not do their bidding.

Within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the United Front Work Department (UFWD), a bureaucracy that oversees the CCP’s foreign-influence network. In recent years, concern has grown about UFWD’s efforts to influence how Western democracies view China. A report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute warned UFWD and other affiliated organizations have worked among the elites of many countries to influence foreign opinions of China.

According to the report, these networks operate covertly or deceptively. The effort “undermines social cohesion, exacerbates racial tension, influences politics, harms media integrity, facilitates espionage, and increases unsupervised technology transfer” outside China’s borders.

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World Number 1 Novak Djokovic Likely to Face Australian Open Ban Over Vaccine Freedom Stance

World number 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic is likely to be banned from defending his title at the Australian Open in January over his refusal to divulge his vaccine status and assertion that people should have freedom of choice.

The state of Victoria, where the tournament will take place, has announced that unvaccinated players won’t be able to compete, meaning crowds will be deprived of seeing one of the modern legends of the game.

Djokovic has repeatedly refused to reveal if he’s been jabbed and decried the medical apartheid that is being imposed via vaccine passports.

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YouTube Censored 75% of Ads From Australian Anti-Lockdown Party

75% of video ads posted by the United Australia Party (UAP) since September have been removed by Google for allegedly violating the company’s ad policies, a transparency report by Google revealed.

The Labor Party has previously asked for the permanent banning of their rivals, the UAP and its leader Craig Kelly.

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Belarus: More Than 400 Iraqi Migrants Board Deportation Flight as Border Tensions Rise

More than 400 migrants, who have camped for weeks at Belarus’ borders with the EU, have boarded a deportation flight bound for Iraq.

Some 430 people, mostly Iraqi Kurds, were booked onto a flight due to leave this afternoon from Minsk airport, the Iraqi foreign ministry said.

They were due to board the flight at 1.45pm, bound for Erbil in Iraq’s autonomous northern Kurdistan region, and then on to Baghdad, the ministry added.

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Bon Voyage! French Cops Stand and Watch as Cheering Migrants Launch Another Dinghy Into the Channel — on the Day 1,000 More Migrants Made it to the UK

Migrants have been filmed cheering and clapping as they launched dinghies off the coast of France to cross the English Channel as French police officers stood by and filmed the scenes.

Video footage taken on Tuesday — the same day that a staggering 1,000 migrants made it to the UK — showed groups of migrants, including young children, clapping in celebration as they managed to restart their boat’s engine on a Calais beach.

In the clip, taken by local jogger Franck Viandier, dozens of migrants crowded around the small boat and helped to push it into the water while children clapped and cheered with excitement as they prepared to cross the Channel.

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Channel Migrants Are Set to be Flown to Albania to a New Asylum Centre at Cost of £100,000-a-Head a Year as French Deny Agreeing to Stop All Crossings

Channel migrants who reach Britain could be fast-tracked to an off-shore processing centre in Albania, it was reported last night.

Ministers are discussing opening an asylum centre in the eastern European country, which they believe would act as a deterrent for migrants crossing from northern France.

Anyone seeking asylum in Britain after arriving by illegal routes, such as in dinghies and small boats, would be flown out to the new centre within seven days, the Times said.

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Dozens of Aid Workers Including Sister of Syrian Olympic Swimmer Face Migrant Smuggling Trial in Greece Accused of Using Fake Military Licence Plates and Monitoring Coast Guard Radios in Lesbos

The trial of 24 aid workers, including the sister of a Syrian Olympic swimmer, who helped migrants reach Greece between 2016 and 2018 has been adjourned shortly after opening.

They defendants are facing a slew of charges, including espionage, forgery and the unlawful use of radio frequencies. They face eight year sentences.

Several also remain under investigation for a number of other felonies, including human smuggling, and if convicted could face further sentences of up to 25-years.

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Exclusive — Revealed: Migrants Kicked Out of Dunkirk ‘New Jungle’ Camp by French Police Are Pitching Their Tents in Field Next Door as They Tell of Their Dream to Reach Britain

Migrants evicted from their squalid Dunkirk camp by French police have set up a new encampment in a field next door, MailOnline can reveal.

Others have erected their tents in woods less than half a mile away from their demolished camp to keep alive their dream of finding a place on a boat to the UK.

The crowded camp on an area of abandoned industrial land and was home to 1,500 migrants until it was closed down by police at Grand-Synthe near Dunkirk.

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London-Based Foreign Crime Gang Convicted for Smuggling 69 Albanians to UK

Five foreign nationals running a London-based migrant-smuggling network have been convicted for facilitating the illegal entry of 69 Albanians, who were later all released from charges on a technicality, in November 2020.

Four men have been found guilty at Chelmsford Crown Court on Wednesday of assisting unlawful immigration, in relation to the attempted smuggling of 69 Albanians into the UK in the 100-foot-long converted fishing trawler, the Svanic, on November 17th, 2020.

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Main Migrant Camps on Polish Border Evacuated by Belarus as Crisis Continues

Belarus authorities on Thursday cleared the main camps where migrants had huddled at the border with Poland, in a change of tack that could help calm a crisis that has spiralled in recent weeks into a major East-West confrontation.

In another potential sign of the crisis easing, hundreds of Iraqis checked in at a Minsk airport to fly back to Iraq, the first repatriation flight since August.

However, the European Commission and Germany rejected a Belarus proposal that EU countries take in 2,000 of the migrants currently on its territory, and the United States accused Minsk of making migrants “pawns in its efforts to be disruptive”, signalling tensions with the West were far from over.

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Murder Trial Begins for Accused Illegal Alien Serial Killer With Survivor Detailing Attempted Murder

The murder trial against 48-year-old illegal alien Billy Chemirmir began with a 91-year-old woman detailing how she was nearly murdered and robbed by Chemirmir, the prosecution alleges.

As Breitbart News has reported for years, Chemirmir, an illegal alien from Kenya, is accused of murdering 24 elderly Americans in Texas from April 2016 to 2018. Dallas County, Texas, prosecutors have started the first of two trials against Chemirmir, where they are seeking a life sentence.

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Poland Border Crisis: Camp Empty as Migrants Move to Warehouse

Migrants camping on the border between Belarus and Poland have been moved to nearby warehouse, border guards have confirmed.

About 1,000 people, mostly from the Middle East, have been living at the makeshift camp with the aim of entering the EU.

The move marks a de-escalation of tensions between Belarus and the EU.

Belarus has been accused of pushing migrants to the border as revenge for EU sanctions, a charge it denies.

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Poland Arrests 100 Migrants After ‘Mass’ Attempt to Cross the Border Overnight ‘Led by Balaclava-Clad Belarusian Spetsnaz’ With Guards Pelted by Rocks

Poland arrested 100 migrants overnight after another ‘mass’ attempt to cross the border during which guards were pelted with rocks.

Warsaw said Belarusian spetsnaz led an operation involving 500 migrants, instructing one group to throw rocks as a distraction before pushing another through a hole they had cut in the wire near the town of Dubicze Cerkiewne.

The Ministry of Defence even published a photo of balaclava-wearing troops on the Belarusian side of the border, claiming to have captured the special forces in action.

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Revealed: Secret Staging Area Used by People Smugglers to Assemble Groups of Migrants and Prepare Inflatable Dinghies to Carry Them Across the English Channel

A secret staging area used by people smugglers to assemble groups of migrants and prepare inflatable boats to carry them across the English Channel has been uncovered by MailOnline.

The site where migrants appear to have spent their last night in France is hidden in sand dunes under the noses of patrolling French police near Wimereux, around 20 miles south of Calais.

Piles of abandoned lifejackets, clothing, sleeping bags and left over food from final meals eaten on French soil were spread out on the area of sand around 100 yards from the beach.

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Swedish Commentators Urge Their Government to Aid Poland’s Border Defense

In calling for Sweden to aid Poland in defending its border, the Swedish news outlet Portal Bulletin reminded Swedish readers of July 2018 when over 50 wildfires were raging across central and north Sweden and 25,000 hectares of forests were burned. The author noted that Poland had sent 44 fire trucks and 139 firefighters to help Swedish emergency services and that the Polish convoy had been greeted by people waving Swedish and Polish flags.

The news portal emphasized that the Polish firefighters spent 16 days in the Jaemtland region and saved the Karboele village from a wildfire, allowing its inhabitants to return home following their evacuation. The Poles had been officially thanked for their aid by Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.

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The Forgotten Suicide Bomber

Terrorist tries to suicide bomb a hospital, media brushes it under the rug within 24 hours.

How many more refugees need to become terrorists before we say refugees aren’t welcome?

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Top EU Court Raises Soros-Backed NGO Above the Law With Latest Ruling Against Hungary

Despite the ruling of the European Court of Justice to the contrary, the Hungarian government’s position on the issue of immigration remains unchanged: illegal migration must be stopped and the organizations that facilitate it must be opposed, Fidesz MEP Balazs Hidvéghi said in a video posted on Facebook on Wednesday.

According to Hidvéghi, with this astonishing judgment, the European Court has now practically raised the Soros organizations that manage illegal migration above the law, thus indirectly trying to persuade Hungary to accept human trafficking.

“Let’s make it clear: the ‘Stop Soros law’ was hindering the supporters of immigration and that’s why it has been stricken down. Brussels did not give up its plans to allow illegal immigration and support the organizations managing it,” Hidvéghi said.

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Academics Speak Out for Old Dominion U. Prof Put on Leave After Defending Pedophiles

Professors from around the country are defending Old Dominion University professor Allyn Walker, who was put on leave after claiming that sexual attraction to children is not always immoral, and that he wants to destigmatize pedophiles by referring to them as “minor-attracted persons” (MAPs), instead.

In a bizarre twist, a petition created to reinstate Walker claimed that backlash over the professor is “based on nothing more than misinformation and stigma, all fueled by some individuals’ desire to virtue-signal their hatred of pedophilia rather than support evidence-backed child protection initiatives and research.”

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CRT Critic James Lindsay Locked Out of Twitter After Criticizing ‘Groomer’ Behavior

On Thursday, James Lindsay, a critical race theory critic, had multiple tweets condemning “groomer” behavior flagged by Twitter, with an added statement from Twitter that the tweets may withheld from viewers in Germany.

On Thursday evening, Lindsay was locked out of his account for 12 hours due to several posts in which he responded simply, “OK groomer,” a play on “OK boomer,” to tweets defending the teaching and pushing of gender identities in schools.

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Is it Time to Stop Demonising Dairy? For Years We’ve Been Warned That the Fat in Cheese and Milk is Bad for Our Health. Yet New Studies Suggest Dairy May Actually be Good for Us… And Even Help Prevent Disease

For decades we have been warned that eating too much dairy such as milk, butter and cheese could raise our risk of serious conditions such as heart disease and strokes — only for more recent studies to suggest they might actually protect us from these by lowering our risk of developing high blood pressure or type 2 diabetes.

So where does the truth lie — and why can’t the scientists agree?

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Texas Parents Condemn Overtly Sexual Books Made Available to Elementary-Age Children

Parents of a Texas school district voiced their concerns over what they see as a lack of oversight by administrators regarding literature made available to their children.

During a board meeting of the Clear Creek Independent School District this week, parents took the stand, voicing their concerns about a number of books they say are inappropriate for their children to be reading.

Leading the charge was Mark Callahan, whose child attends one of the CCISD’s 45 schools. “There’s an army of parents doing a deep dive into all things literature in CCISD,” he said, urging the board to do better when it comes to overseeing which books students have access to.

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This is a Classic Sign of Grooming and Child Sex Predation

Telling kids to hide sexual things from their parents.

This is what groomers and child sex offenders do.

This org apparently created a tool that allows them to groom children more efficiently.

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6 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/18/2021

  1. “Is it Time to Stop Demonising Dairy? For Years We’ve Been Warned That the Fat in Cheese and Milk is Bad for Our Health. Yet New Studies Suggest Dairy May Actually be Good for Us… And Even Help Prevent Disease”

    It’s really not that hard: fresh, local, traditionally produced food of any kind is good for you, as long as you eat it in moderation. Industrially produced “food” full of sugar (particularly high fructose corn sirup) and the bad kinds of fat are bad even in moderation.
    In other words: buy from local farmers and cook your own food, don’t rely on fastfood chains and microwaved tv dinners (or treat yourself like once a week if you absolutely have to) and drink tea instead of sodas.

    I know there are parts of America where getting fresh stuff is really hard and/or expensive, but you can always grow your own. Tomatoes and cucumbers produce like mad almost on their own and they don’t need much space – one year I had just two mini-plants on a window sill and they gave me plenty of fruit all summer, all they needed was some water every other day or so and some fertilizer once during the season. It doesn’t get any simpler than that. Or you can take the trip to a farmer once every few months and just freeze and otherwise store all of it. It’s really not that hard and where’s a wilk, there’s a way.

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