Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/4/2021

Uncollected garbage is piling up on the streets of New York City after Mayor de Blasio furloughed unvaccinated municipal employees. Meanwhile, San Francisco will require children as young as five years old to show vaccine passports before they are allowed to enter restaurants.

In other news, a butt-nekkit Scotsman flashed Joe Biden as the president’s motorcade passed the former’s house on its way to the COP26 climate summit.

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Financial Crisis
» EU Unemployment Dropped in September; Czechia Has Lowest Rate
» U.S. Hiring Revs Up as Private Sector Adds 571,000 Jobs in October, ADP Finds
 
USA
» [Video] Unhinged Liberal Suggests Unvaccinated Parents Should Have Children Taken Away
» 2021 Buffalo Mayoral Election
» 2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election
» 2021 New Jersey Gubernatorial Election
» Administration Accused of Using “Masks as Punishment” After Details of Vaccine Mandate Revealed
» After Pro-Mask, Anti-Florida Rants, Don Lemon Takes a Maskless Vacation in Florida
» Alarming: Large Percentage of GOP Thinks Violence is Necessary to Fix USA
» Ann Davison Elected Next Seattle City Attorney
» Another Word for Life is Risk and You Can’t Eliminate it
» Anti-CRT Candidates Win School Board Seats in Kansas, Texas and Ohio, Say Voters Rejected ‘Divisive Ideology’
» Army Doc Had to Ground 3 Pilots Over ‘Vax Injuries’ In One Morning, But What Happened Next is Worse
» ARs Are Not Machineguns
» Audit: Wisconsin Could Have Counted Enough Illegal Votes to Tip the 2020 Election to Biden
» Biden Mandate Forces Americans to ‘Choose Between Putting Food on the Table or Receiving a Vaccine’
» Breaking: Researchers in Peer-Reviewed Study Call for “Immediate Withdrawal of mRNA COVID Vaccines for Use in Pregnancy, Those Breastfeeding, Those of Childbearing Age and Children”
» Breaking: Source of Phony Info for ‘Steele Dossier’ Is Arrested by John Durham
» California Has Some of the Most Stringent Gun Laws in the Country
» California’s “Transparency” Database on Geofence Warrants Appears to be Missing Thousands
» California School Board Votes to Bring Police Back to School Campuses Following ‘Defund’ Movement
» Comedian Dan Aykroyd Speaks in Favor of Self-Censorship in Comedy
» Democrats Already Spewing Lies About Virginia Absentee Ballots
» Disgusting Garbage Piles Up in NYC After De Blasio Sent Sanitation Workers Home for Refusing Vaccines
» Double Vaxxed LA Mayor Tests Positive for COVID
» Dr Mike Yeadon — “The Findings That 100% of COVID-19 Vaccine Deaths Have Been Caused by Just 5% of the Batches Produced Are Unprecedented”
» Election Results Updates: NJ Senate President Loses in Stunning Upset; Atlanta Mayoral Runoff Set
» Florida Department of Health is Investigating Companies Allegedly Using Vaccine Passports, Despite State Ban
» From Soros to Unions, The Left Poured Major Money Into Effort to Defeat Austin’s Police Staffing Prop
» George Soros Among Several Billionaires Who Got COVID-19 Stimulus Checks
» I Was Subjected to Voter Suppression Yesterday!
» If You Won’t Pay for the Newspaper, The Philadelphia Inquirer Thinks That You Should be Taxed to Support it Anyway.
» Illinois Community Members Host Rally for Fifth-Grader Punished for Not Wearing Mask
» J&J Vaccine Poses Greatest Risk to Women Regarding Brain Vein Clots
» Jewish Jussie Smolletts Foul Virginia Election
» Joe Manchin Blockaded in His Car by Climate Protesters Who Claim He Tried to Run Them Over
» Just One Year After Defund the Police Cuts, Portland Mayor Calls for Big Budget Increase
» Kyle Rittenhouse Shouted ‘Friendly!’ as He Was Chased by Man Moments Before Fatal Shooting
» Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Shooting Victim Lunged Toward Rittenhouse’s Rifle, Witness Says
» Meta Hasn’t Stopped Using Facial Recognition
» Minneapolis Election: Voters Reject Question to Replace Police With New Agency
» More Than Half of Unvaccinated Americans Say Nothing Will Change Their Mind
» My Letter to Pappas and His Reply: Did Pfizer Submit False and/or Corrupt Trial Data?
» New York Concealed Carry Restrictions Seem Likely to Fall as Important 2nd Amendment Case Argued in Supreme Court
» Poll: Majority of Americans Now Oppose Black Lives Matter
» Reporting Backlog Means VAERS Vaccine Adverse Reaction Data is Short by Hundreds of Thousands of Reports
» Republicans Poised to Capture Virginia Governor’s Race — McAuliffe Down by Over 10 Points
» San Francisco to Force 5-Year-Olds to Show Vaccine Passport to Enter Restaurants
» Seattle Father Files Lawsuit Over Son’s CHOP/CHAZ Zone Shooting Death After Judge Dismisses Federal Complaint
» The CDC Hits a New Low
» The Truth About January 6th, 2021, And the Progressive Left’s Lies About It
» Video: New Lt. Gov of Virginia Declares She is ‘Destroying’ Democrat Race Narratives
» Video: De Santis Sparks Familiar Chant by Referring to the “Brandon Administration”
» Video: Creepy Whispering Biden Lies About U.S. Having Fastest Growing Economy
» Videos: MSNBC Immediately Declares Youngkin a Racist After Virginia Victory
» White House Lays Out Federal Vaccine Mandate Compliance Date, Threatens $14k Fines Per Infraction
» Yale Law Students Approve Draft to Impeach Representative Who Used Term “Trap House” In Email
 
Europe and the EU
» 24-Year-Old Hockey Player Dies After Suffering Cardiac Arrest During Game
» 32 Insulate Britain Eco-Warriors Face Up to Two Years in Prison for Blocking Motorways
» Arsonist Savagely Beaten After Setting Fire on French Bus
» Council of Europe Removes Diversity-Promoting Hijab Campaign After Backlash
» Czechia Won’t Adopt the Euro, Says New Government
» Czechia Has One Last Chance to Prevent EU’s Radical Green Deal
» Eastern Europe to Grow by 5.4% This Year, More Than Expected
» Europe Puts More Pressure on Unvaccinated, Italy Features Strictest Requirements
» Extinction Rebellion Co-Founder Said Climate Change Will See ‘Your Mother, Sister, And Girlfriend’ Gang-Raped
» Finland: Helsinki Govt to Stop Serving Meat and Milk to Fight Climate Change
» Italian Institute of Health Drastically Reduces Its Official COVID Death Toll Number
» Joe Biden Flashed by ‘Large, Naked’ Scotsman on Journey to Glasgow
» Just a Quarter of Swedes Trust Mainstream Media Climate Change Reporting
» Orban, Salvini, Morawiecki Discuss Creating New Conservative Political Group at the EU Level
» Over 38,000 Girls and Women in Sweden Are Genitally Mutilated — Survey
» Scotland: Pikachu Protesters Demand End to Coal Power as COP26 Protests Continue
» Scotland: COP26 Globalists Enjoy Meat While Telling You to Eat Bugs
» Sweden: Muslim School Head Allegedly Scammed Millions and Sent it to Somalia
» The Gathering Storm and Its Historic Precedent, Part One — Nazi Germany
» Turkish Man Suspected of ‘Intentionally’ Ramming Group of Children in Fatal Crash — German Authorities
» UK Becomes First Country to Approve Merck Antiviral Pill for COVID
» UK: Live Extinction Rebellion Cambridge Updates: Activists Lock Themselves to a Boat to Block Research Centre
» UK: Vaccine Mandate for NHS Staff to be Introduced by Spring 2022: Reports
 
Balkans
» Kosovo’s President Orders 2 Russian Diplomats Expelled
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Groundbreaking Israeli Study Shows How COVID Proteins Attack the Heart and Blood Vessels
 
South Asia
» The ‘New Taliban’ Murder Teen Girl for Crime of Playing Volleyball
 
Far East
» A Cell Biologist Believes COVID-19 Was Man-Made in Wuhan
» China Urges Citizens to Stockpile Food in Preparation for Potential Winter Supply Chain Breakdown
» Japan Drops Vax Rollout, Goes to Ivermectin, Ends COVID Almost Overnight
» Tennis Pro Peng Shuai Blacklisted on Chinese Social Media After Accusing CCP Official of Abuse
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australian Workers Use Telegram to Find Jobs That Don’t Require Vaccine Passports
» ‘Kill the Bill’: Protesters Take to Flemington Over New Pandemic Laws
» NSW to Create “Two-Tier Society” Using Vaccine Passports
 
Immigration
» 880 Schools Have More Foreign-Born Pupils Than Native Italians
» African Migrant Attacks Female Agents on French Train
» Biden’s New Move Makes All of America a Sanctuary State
» CDC Recommends Prophylactic Ivermectin for Migrants and Immigrants
» ‘Garbage’: Biden Dismisses Reports on Payments for Migrant Families Separated Under Trump
» Greece to Send 250 Migrants Back to Bangladesh and Pakistan
» Hungary Calls Upon EU to Reimburse Costs of Border Protection
» Lithuania Starts Building First European Wall to Ward Off Migrants From Belarus
» Polish General: Armed ‘Little Green Men’ Broke Into Poland From Belarus
» Secrecy Shrouds Afghan Refugees Sent by US to Base in Kosovo
» UK: Migrant Crossings: More Than 20,000 Migrants Cross Channel This Year
» Vaccine Mandate Could Cost Border Patrol More Than Half of Its Agents, Internal Report Says
» Watch: New Jersey Election Worker Caught Letting Non-Citizen ‘Fill Out Ballot Now’ And Vote
 
Culture Wars
» “We Are Facing a Pandemic of …Compliance and Complacency in a Culture of Silence, Censorship, And Institutionalized Bullying.”
» A Ringing Assertion of Freedom
» Dutch Banking Service Terminates Feminist Org Account After Trans Activist Complaints
» Is This What is Happening to Humanity?
» Privacy-Focused Search Engine Mojeek Has Indexed More Than 4.5 Billion Pages
» Rep. Jim Banks Criticizes Twitter for Locking His Official Account
» The Crucial But Underrated Gift of Being ‘A People Apart’
» The Torah and the Shot
 

EU Unemployment Dropped in September; Czechia Has Lowest Rate

According to seasonally adjusted data, the unemployment rate in the European Union fell to 6.7 percent in September from 6.9 percent in August, according to the Eurostat statistical office. Of all EU countries, the lowest unemployment rate of 2.6 percent was in the Czech Republic. In the Eurozone countries, it fell to 7.4 percent from 7.5 percent in the previous month.

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

U.S. Hiring Revs Up as Private Sector Adds 571,000 Jobs in October, ADP Finds

The numbers: Privately run U.S. businesses created a fairly strong 571,000 new jobs in October, an ADP survey found, in a sign companies are still managing to find workers despite the biggest labor shortage in decades.

The increase in hiring was larger than expected. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had forecast a 395,000 gain.

ADP sometimes acts as a preview for U.S. Labor Department’s broader employment survey that comes out a few days later. Yet the two reports have often been at odds during the pandemic and ADP has been less reliable as a bellwether.

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

[Video] Unhinged Liberal Suggests Unvaccinated Parents Should Have Children Taken Away

The video below features an unhinged mother, fashioned with a diabolical grin, explaining how the government shouldn’t allow unvaccinated people to have kids.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

2021 Buffalo Mayoral Election

The 2021 Buffalo mayoral election was held on November 2, 2021. Four-time incumbent Democratic Mayor Byron Brown lost the June Democratic primary to India Walton, a political activist and nurse. Brown chose to run in the general election as a write-in candidate, and then attempted to obtain ballot access, but continued as a write-in when he was unable to secure a place on the ballot. The race attracted national attention as a proxy battle between progressives and moderates with Walton running as a socialist, and Brown running with moderate Democratic as well as Republican support. In addition to Brown, there were at least three other write-in candidates.

On the night of November 3, 2021, Brown declared his victory over Walton although tabulation of the write-in votes in the Erie County (of which Buffalo city is a part of) wouldn’t commence until November 17.

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

2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election

The 2021 Virginia gubernatorial election was held on November 2 to elect the next governor of Virginia. The election was concurrent with other elections for Virginia state offices. Incumbent Democratic Governor Ralph Northam was ineligible to run for reelection, as the Constitution of Virginia prohibits governors from serving consecutive terms.

Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin defeated Democratic former Governor Terry McAuliffe to become the 74th Governor of Virginia. Youngkin won the Republican nomination at the party’s May convention, which was held in 37 polling locations across the state, and was officially declared the nominee on May 10. The Democratic Party held its primary election on June 8, which McAuliffe easily won.

In the general election, Youngkin defeated McAuliffe, making him the first Republican to win a statewide election in Virginia since 2009 and only the fourth to win the governorship in 40 years. McAuliffe conceded the day after the election and congratulated Youngkin, stating that he was “proud” to campaign “for the values we so deeply believe in”. Republicans also flipped the lieutenant governor and attorney general races that were held concurrently, as well as took control of the Virginia House of Delegates.

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

2021 New Jersey Gubernatorial Election

The 2021 New Jersey gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 2021, to elect the governor of New Jersey.

Incumbent Democratic Governor Phil Murphy, who was first elected in 2017 with 56% of the vote, ran for re-election to a second term. He formally announced his intention to run for a second term on October 1, 2020. Primaries were held on June 8, 2021. Murphy, who won the Democratic nomination unopposed, after his two primary challengers were disqualified, faced Republican nominee Jack Ciattarelli, Green nominee Madelyn Hoffman, Libertarian nominee Gregg Mele, and SWP nominee Joanne Kuniansky in the general election.

Murphy led the polls ahead of the election and it was considered by many media outlets to be a safe or likely Democratic hold. Murphy defeated Ciattarelli in a result that appears to be closer than expected.

[Comment: The Republican candidate had a slim lead until a whole bunch of votes came in at the end. Ahem.]

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

Administration Accused of Using “Masks as Punishment” After Details of Vaccine Mandate Revealed

The Biden administration is being accused of using face masks as a “punishment” after it was announced that employees who are unvaccinated would be forced to wear them.

Earlier today, it was revealed that the new rules, which apply to businesses with over 100 employees, federal contractors and certain healthcare workers, would go into effect on January 4th.

From that date, all employees will be required to be fully vaccinated, a mandate that covers 84 million employees working at large employers.

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

After Pro-Mask, Anti-Florida Rants, Don Lemon Takes a Maskless Vacation in Florida

CNN host Don Lemon, who previously savaged Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for opposing mask mandates, was caught on camera on holiday in Florida not wearing a mask.

Despite Lemon’s on-air rants about DeSantis apparently putting people’s lives in danger for refusing to impose mask mandates, Lemon was perfectly happy to vacation in Florida maskless.

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

Alarming: Large Percentage of GOP Thinks Violence is Necessary to Fix USA

This polarization and its proliferation are not natural. We did not get to this point without the prodding of the media machine that undeniably profits from their coverage of the more violent episodes that we engage in. They have no incentive to keep Americans safe, and so they shan’t.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Ann Davison Elected Next Seattle City Attorney

SEATTLE — Ann Davison was elected Seattle city attorney after capturing nearly 60% of the vote following an initial round of ballots counted on Nov. 2, and maintained her lead Nov. 3.

Davison leads with 58% of the vote. Challenger Nicole Thomas-Kennedy trails with 42% of the vote.

Davison will replace Pete Holmes.

Davison believes the City Attorney’s Office is not for setting policy or a “place for radical agenda.” It is a place to provide impartial advice to those elected to create policy and to maintain laws so there is public safety.

Nicole Thomas-Kennedy has been a public defender and is a self-described abolitionist who wanted to reimagine the City Attorney’s Office and how it prosecutes offenders.

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

Another Word for Life is Risk and You Can’t Eliminate it

I duly note that you failed to mention the assessment of risk in regular life. Life is DEFINED as risk and only those that believe that they are the King Canutes (as you are doing here) of statistics believe they can make Life be without any bad outcomes at all.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Anti-CRT Candidates Win School Board Seats in Kansas, Texas and Ohio, Say Voters Rejected ‘Divisive Ideology’

School board election winners from Texas, Kansas, and Ohio told “Fox & Friends” Thursday why opposing critical race theory helped them win their races.

“The number one issue was definitely critical race theory. I wouldn’t tell them my concern. I would ask them theirs and that would be their first concern,” Amy Cawvey told host Ainsley Earhardt.

Cawvey, a stay-at-home mother of three, won a seat on the Lansing Board of Education in Kansas.

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

Army Doc Had to Ground 3 Pilots Over ‘Vax Injuries’ In One Morning, But What Happened Next is Worse

“With respect to aviation safety, risk communication is critical,” she said. “I saw five patients in clinic, two of which presented with chest pain days to weeks after vaccination and were subsequently diagnosed with pericarditis and were worked up to rule out myocarditis.

“The third pilot had been vaccinated and felt like he was drunk, chronically fatigued within 24 hours after vaccination,” she continued. “After I reported to my command my concerns that in one morning I had to ground three out of three pilots due to vaccine injuries, the next day my patients were canceled, my charts were pulled for review, and I was told I would not be seeing acute patients anymore — just healthy pilots there for their flight physical.”

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

ARs Are Not Machineguns

In any event, an AR-15 is not a firearm that can be “readily restored” tp fire automatically. An AR-15 — a semiautomatic firearm — is not a weapon that “previously could shoot automatically but will not in [its] present condition.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Audit: Wisconsin Could Have Counted Enough Illegal Votes to Tip the 2020 Election to Biden

Wisconsin’s presidential election was not held in accordance with state law, according to a new audit. Tens of thousands of votes should not have been counted.

Explosive revelations in the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau’s report on the 2020 presidential election confirm what many in the key swing state have long suspected: Those tasked with administering the election willfully ignored and openly violated state law.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Mandate Forces Americans to ‘Choose Between Putting Food on the Table or Receiving a Vaccine’

The Biden administration’s onerous vaccine mandate is forcing Americans to “choose between putting food on their tables or receiving a vaccine,” according to critics.

Earlier today, the administration revealed that businesses with 100 employees or more that don’t enforce vaccine mandates before January 4th are at risk of being punished by a staggering $136,532 fine.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is also considering extending the rule to businesses with fewer than 100 employees, potentially impacting millions more companies.

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

Breaking: Researchers in Peer-Reviewed Study Call for “Immediate Withdrawal of mRNA COVID Vaccines for Use in Pregnancy, Those Breastfeeding, Those of Childbearing Age and Children”

BREAKING…After re-analyzing a study performed by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) researchers, a peer-reviewed study has called for the “immediate withdrawal of mRNA COVID vaccines for pregnant women, those breastfeeding, those of childbearing age and children after their shocking study reveals stunning results of pregnant mRNA vaccinated women: 92% of the women had a spontaneous miscarriage in the first 13 weeks…while 81.9% of women who received the mRNA COVID vaccine had a spontaneous miscarriage in the first 20 weeks.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Breaking: Source of Phony Info for ‘Steele Dossier’ Is Arrested by John Durham

Special counsel John Durham reportedly arrested Igor Danchenko, the “investigator” or “primary sub-source” for the notoriously salacious Steele dossier. The “dossier” — a collection of memos — was used as the main source to obtain FISA warrants to spy on the campaign and presidency of Donald Trump.

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

California Has Some of the Most Stringent Gun Laws in the Country

One of the laws, prohibits felons from owning guns. During a recent drug bust, here are the guns two felons were not allowed to own, but did.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

California’s “Transparency” Database on Geofence Warrants Appears to be Missing Thousands

A major discrepancy has been discovered between the number of geofence warrant requests Google says it received from law enforcement agencies in California between 2018 and 2020, and the number cited in the state’s OpenJustice transparency database.

While the California Department of Justice’s OpenJustice shows only 41 such warrants were requested or executed, Google claims that the number of received geofence warrant requests in this period was actually 3,655, The Markup is reporting.

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

California School Board Votes to Bring Police Back to School Campuses Following ‘Defund’ Movement

A California school board voted unanimously last week to bring police back to campuses, just a few months after it decided to remove law enforcement from school grounds, arguing at the time that the money should be spent on student services, like mental health.

During a special meeting last Wednesday, the Pomona Unified school board approved a service agreement with the Pomona Police Department to hire two campus safety resource officers — as the district looks at “reimaging and retooling” the role of police, Superintendent Richard Martinez said, according to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.

The agreement, which still needs to be approved by the Pomona city council, comes months after protests across the country called for defunding the police. But since students returned for in-person learning after COVID-19 shutdowns, schools are now dealing with fights and issues that police officers would typically handle.

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

Comedian Dan Aykroyd Speaks in Favor of Self-Censorship in Comedy

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter about the upcoming movie Ghostbusters: Afterlife, actor Dan Aykroyd spoke in favor of censorship in comedy.

“There is enough range in humor where you don’t have to go scatological and you don’t have to go pulling any divisive cards to get a laugh. There is so much in the world to comment on that is outside the realm of offensiveness,” he said.

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

Democrats Already Spewing Lies About Virginia Absentee Ballots

Virginia Democrats had filed a lawsuit against the United States Postal Service (USPS), complaining about a “delay” of 300,000 mail-in votes. In other words, just days before election officials and corporate media outlets began priming the public for a scenario in which the gubernatorial election results may not be decided on Election Day due to mail-in ballots.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Disgusting Garbage Piles Up in NYC After De Blasio Sent Sanitation Workers Home for Refusing Vaccines

Piles of garbage have already begun to build up in New York City after around 20 percent of sanitation workers were placed on leave by the Mayor’s office for not complying with his vaccine mandate.

It is estimated that almost 1500 workers are now on administrative leave, which has meant that areas of the city are starting to fill up with stinking garbage.

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

Double Vaxxed LA Mayor Tests Positive for COVID

Despite being fully vaccinated, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has tested positive while visiting the Cop26 climate change summit in Glasgow and will now be forced to self-isolate in his hotel room.

The Mayor’s official Twitter account made the announcement this afternoon.

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

Dr Mike Yeadon — “The Findings That 100% of COVID-19 Vaccine Deaths Have Been Caused by Just 5% of the Batches Produced Are Unprecedented”

On October 31st we revealed how an investigation of data found in the USA’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has revealed that extremely high numbers of adverse reactions and deaths have been reported against specific lot numbers of the Covid-19 vaccines several times, meaning deadly batches of the experimental injections have now been identified.

The investigation uncovered several shocking findings, including that 100% of deaths reported to VAERS as adverse reactions to the Covid-19 injections were caused by just 5% of the batches produced.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Election Results Updates: NJ Senate President Loses in Stunning Upset; Atlanta Mayoral Runoff Set

Election results continued to become finalized on Thursday, two days after Election Day.

At midday, the Associated Press called the race of New Jersey’s state Senate president — and he lost.

Little-known truck driver Ed Durr defeated one of the state’s most powerful elected leaders, Steve Sweeney.

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

Florida Department of Health is Investigating Companies Allegedly Using Vaccine Passports, Despite State Ban

Florida is investigating businesses and government agencies that might have violated its vaccine passport ban rules. The state passed a law banning the use of vaccine passports on anti-discrimination grounds and some organizations have been accused of still using them anyway.

The Orlando Sentinel filed a public records request last month that revealed that the state’s Department of Health had 120 cases being looked at for potential violation of the vaccine passport ban.

To this day, the cases are said to be “under review.”

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

From Soros to Unions, The Left Poured Major Money Into Effort to Defeat Austin’s Police Staffing Prop

Liberal activists, super PACs, and unions mostly from outside Texas dumped hundreds of thousands of dollars into defeating an Austin, Texas ballot measure that would have increased the number of police on the streets as the city continues to be ravaged by the highest number of homicides in history.

The ballot measure, known as Prop A and which would have required Austin to hire at least two police officers per every 1,000 residents and increase officer training, failed on Tuesday night as boatloads of big left cash were given to the progressive Equity PAC.

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

George Soros Among Several Billionaires Who Got COVID-19 Stimulus Checks

Several billionaires, including liberal activist George Soros, received stimulus checks during the COVID-19 pandemic, despite income caps that would have otherwise disqualified them.

Internal Revenue Service data shows tax loopholes allowed at least 18 billionaires to receive the $1,200 checks meant for those making under $75,000, according to a report by ProPublica.

Mr. Soros, a philanthropist and investor who donates to Democratic causes and finances liberal activist groups, received two of three of the checks issued by the federal government.

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

I Was Subjected to Voter Suppression Yesterday!

ME: You are a public official and as such are required to publicly state your name. What are your first and last names?

CEJ: Audrey Price.

ME: And what is your official title?

CEJ: (Not answering and rudely oblivious to the possibility that anyone she talks to from a distance might be near-sighted, she flashes her i.d. badge at me from several feet away.)

ME: Ah. Chief Elections Judge. I’ve been Chief Elections Judge at another precinct. You demanded that I wear a mask. It happens that I am a medical researcher with 3 university degrees. And your medical education is…?

AUDREY PRICE: (Throwing up her hands) Ma’am. I don’t even have a high school education.

ME: It shows.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

If You Won’t Pay for the Newspaper, The Philadelphia Inquirer Thinks That You Should be Taxed to Support it Anyway.

This is how the credentialed media see themselves, and they were, for centuries, the gatekeepers, the decision takers of what would, and would not, be published. With the arrival of that internet thingy that Al Gore invented, that gatekeeping function passed away. The First Street Journal may not have the circulation of the Inquirer, but as long as I pay my site hosting bills, the editors of the Inquirer cannot stop me from publishing.

[…]

If the Inquirer is to survive, it must make itself a newspaper, whether in print or digital only, that the people of the Philadelphia metropolitan area find valuable enough for which to pay. If it can’t do that, it does not deserve to survive.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Illinois Community Members Host Rally for Fifth-Grader Punished for Not Wearing Mask

Community members in Elmhurst, Illinois, held a rally Thursday for a fifth-grader who is being punished for not wearing a mask to school.

According to Fox 32 Chicago, Emmett Thompson, a student at Elmhurst Elementary School, is spending some of his school days in the principal’s office due to his refusal to wear a mask.

Organized by Thompson’s parents, community members gathered outside of the school to protest the punishment for the student.

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

J&J Vaccine Poses Greatest Risk to Women Regarding Brain Vein Clots

According to reports, women are reportedly at a higher risk of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) when taking the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.

A team led by Aneel Ashrani, MD, MS, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, shared the findings of this study in a report released on November 1st.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Jewish Jussie Smolletts Foul Virginia Election

A self-respecting imperiled minority with healthy survival instincts and a solid sense of self would’ve demanded more, much more, of its self-professed leadership. It would’ve demanded that the soulless clowns who orchestrated this gag be held accountable, and that the story receive as much national prominence as that of a fading actor fabricating a late-night lynching in Chicago. It would’ve used whatever real political levers it had to make sure the candidates it supports come out strongly against such perilous partisan hackery. None of the above has happened. No matter who wins tonight in Virginia, the Jews have already lost.

           — Hat tip: Nitzakhon [Return to headlines]
 

Joe Manchin Blockaded in His Car by Climate Protesters Who Claim He Tried to Run Them Over

A group of climate change protesters boasted about blockading Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin’s car on Thursday, accusing the moderate lawmaker of trying to run them over in his attempt to drive through a parking garage.

The senator has also garnered quite a bit of attention for the vehicle he was driving.

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

Just One Year After Defund the Police Cuts, Portland Mayor Calls for Big Budget Increase

A year after Portland cut funds to its police department amid defund the police protests, Mayor Ted Wheeler announced Wednesday he is seeking more than $5 million this fall for police investments, including hiring more officers and buying body-worn cameras.

“Many Portlanders no longer feel safe in their city,” Wheeler said during a news conference Wednesday. “Business owners have closed up shop, for fear of doing business in high risk areas. Commuters fear for their safety, whether taking public transport or going by foot. Parents are scared to let their children play outside.”

Portland has seen its most violent year, with a record number of 72 homicides, surpassing its previous full-year record of 66 in 1987. Nationally, homicides increased by nearly 30% from 2019 to 2020, based on FBI data. In Portland, deadly violence increased at a faster rate than nearly all major cities, with an 83% increase in homicides in 2020.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Shouted ‘Friendly!’ as He Was Chased by Man Moments Before Fatal Shooting

A detective testifying in the ongoing trial for Kyle Rittenhouse said the defendant shouted “Friendly! Friendly! Friendly!” as he was being chased by a man whom he later fatally shot, as Rittenhouse’s attorney described the confrontation as a “classic ambush.”

Jurors on Wednesday spent much of the day hearing testimony regarding video footage from the night of Aug. 25, when Rittenhouse fatally shot two men and wounded a third during a night of destruction and unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse and at least one friend said they traveled to the Wisconsin city to protect local businesses and provide medical aid after two nights of businesses being looted and set on fire.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Shooting Victim Lunged Toward Rittenhouse’s Rifle, Witness Says

The first man who was shot by Kyle Rittenhouse during a night of destruction and unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin lunged for Rittenhouse’s rifle in an attempt to take it away just before the 17-year-old fired, a reporter who took video of the events testified Thursday.

Richie McGinniss, who was recording on a cellphone for the conservative website The Daily Caller, took the stand at Rittenhouse’s murder trial and described watching as Joseph Rosenbaum chased down Rittenhouse in one of the most crucial and disputed moments of the night. It is one of the few moments not clearly captured on video.

“I think it was very clear to me that he was reaching specifically for the weapon,” said McGinniss, who had been called to the stand by the prosecution.

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Meta Hasn’t Stopped Using Facial Recognition

Citing “growing societal concerns,” Facebook has announced that, more than a decade after introducing the feature, it will stop using facial recognition software to scan and tag photos on the giant social media site — but its parent company, Meta, will not follow suit when it comes to the “metaverse products.”

The feature has been under fire from critics since it was first introduced and two years ago Facebook made it opt-in, while the company also faced lawsuits over it, in one case settling by paying $650 million after it was accused of breaching the Biometric Information Privacy Act in Illinois.

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Minneapolis Election: Voters Reject Question to Replace Police With New Agency

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/AP) — Minneapolis residents on Tuesday voted against a proposed amendment that would have removed the city’s police department from the city charter and replaced it with a Department of Public Safety.

The vote means the Minneapolis Police Department will still be required by the city charter and no Department of Public Safety will be created.

The vote after all 136 precincts’ reporting was tabulated was 56% against, and 44% for. Charter amendment questions require 51% or more of the votes cast on each question to pass.

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More Than Half of Unvaccinated Americans Say Nothing Will Change Their Mind

The results of a poll reveal that more than half of unvaccinated Americans say “nothing” will change their mind about getting the jab.

Researchers in Boston, New York and Barcelona found that 53 per cent of participants who hadn’t been vaccinated won’t be convinced by anyone to take the shot.

13 per cent said they may be swayed by advice from a close friend or family member, while 9 per cent said a recommendation from a family doctor could change their mind.

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My Letter to Pappas and His Reply: Did Pfizer Submit False and/or Corrupt Trial Data?

The following is a significant expansion of a letter I sent to Congressman Chris Pappas and his office has already replied, and I will discuss his reply at the end. I also wrote to Senators Hassan and Shaheen with no reply as yet.

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New York Concealed Carry Restrictions Seem Likely to Fall as Important 2nd Amendment Case Argued in Supreme Court

“When Wednesday’s oral argument in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen drew to a close after roughly two hours of debate, it seemed likely that New York’s 108-year-old handgun-licensing law is in jeopardy.”

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Poll: Majority of Americans Now Oppose Black Lives Matter

A new poll has found that a majority of Americans now oppose Black Lives Matter for the first time in over three years.

Support for Black Lives Matter spiked following the police killing of George Floyd, but after months of violent rioting throughout the summer of 2020, it has consistently fallen.

A new survey by Civiqs reveals that 44 per cent of Americans oppose the far-left organization compared to 43 per cent who still support it.

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Reporting Backlog Means VAERS Vaccine Adverse Reaction Data is Short by Hundreds of Thousands of Reports

Editor’s Commentary: Pretty much anytime we report on VAERS data, we remind people that the CDC claims it only represents a sampling of 1%-10% of the actual adverse reactions Americans are experiencing with their injections. Now, we’re learning that even the data that they’re supplying, which offers a very grim picture of the effects of the Covid-19 injections, is short by a lot because of a reporting backlog.

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Republicans Poised to Capture Virginia Governor’s Race — McAuliffe Down by Over 10 Points

No, that body-positive genderless opera singer has not yet sung, and things could look different before midnight or by morning. That’s how these things work. When Democrats say “everyone votes,” they mean “votes” until your guy has won. So while Virginia may be for Republicans now until the skinny leftist creep sings, that would be McAuliffe, this thing ain’t over.

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San Francisco to Force 5-Year-Olds to Show Vaccine Passport to Enter Restaurants

San Francisco will force children as young as 5-years-old to show a vaccine passport to enter a restaurant and other indoor venues, officials have announced.

After imposing similar mandates for children over 12 back in August, authorities are set to make the same demands of even younger children after the the CDC granted emergency approval to kids aged 5-11 to get the Pfizer-BioNTech shot.

This will likely cause further controversy and opposition given that a significant number of parents have asserted that they won’t let their child take the vaccine.

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Seattle Father Files Lawsuit Over Son’s CHOP/CHAZ Zone Shooting Death After Judge Dismisses Federal Complaint

The family of a man with special needs who was fatally shot in Seattle’s CHOP autonomous zone has filed a new lawsuit against the city and Mayor Jenny Durkan just days after a judge dismissed a federal wrongful death suit in the case.

Attorneys filed the suit Wednesday in Washington’s King County Superior Court on behalf of the estate and the father of Horace Lorenzo Daeshawn Anderson, who went by the name Lorenzo, and argued that the 19-year-old was “left to die” after he was shot on June 20, 2020.

“Despite knowledge of the violence, chaos, danger, and potential danger, Seattle leaders failed Lorenzo and encouraged lawlessness to reign,” states the lawsuit. The City of Seattle, Mayor Jenny Durkan and a city council member were named as defendants.

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The CDC Hits a New Low

But yesterday the Centers for Disease Control, America’s not-at-all-politicized public health agency, released a new study purporting to show that vaccination protects against Covid infection better than natural immunity. Of course, a wave of stories about the benefits of mRNA vaccination followed.

To do this, the CDC used some magic statistical analysis to turn inside raw data that actually showed almost four times as many fully vaccinated people being hospitalized with Covid as those with natural immunity — and FIFTEEN TIMES as many over the summer.

I kid you not.

Further, the study runs contrary to a much larger paper from Israeli researchers in August.

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The Truth About January 6th, 2021, And the Progressive Left’s Lies About It

I’m going to embed all three of his programs here, courtesy of Bitchute user “Free Speech Warrior”. I strongly urge you to watch all three. Yes, it’ll take an hour of your time: but this is critically important information, factually analyzed and systematically confirmed. It demonstrates very clearly how the left has lied, exaggerated and distorted the events of January 6th to manufacture a pretext to crack down against those opposed to their policies. Only by standing together to point out their lies can we hope to withstand their mendacity and corruption.

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Video: New Lt. Gov of Virginia Declares She is ‘Destroying’ Democrat Race Narratives

The Virginia Lt. Gov.-Elect Winsome Sears (R) who won an historic victory this week, urged that she is “destroying all of the narratives about race,” that Democrats are using to attack Republicans, and challenged MSNBC’s resident race baiter Joy Reid to a debate, after Reid spent Tuesday night complaining that all Republican campaigns are centred on ‘white nationalism’.

In a Fox News appearance, Sears, the first black female to ever win the position of Lt. Gov. in the state of Virginia, declared “I’m destroying all of the narratives about race. Look at me, I am a heartbeat away from the governorship in case anything happens to the governor. And how are you going to tell me then, I’m a victim?”

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Video: De Santis Sparks Familiar Chant by Referring to the “Brandon Administration”

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis prompted a crowd of supporters to break into familiar chants of ‘Let’s Go Brandon’, after he referred to the Biden government as “The Brandon Administration.”

During a speech Wednesday, DeSantis said “If you look at that, if you look at what’s going on with some of the big corporations with their woke agenda, when you look at the Biden, the Brandon administration…”

The comments immediately drew laughter and applause, followed by the chants.

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Video: Creepy Whispering Biden Lies About U.S. Having Fastest Growing Economy

Joe Biden outright lied in front of the world again Tuesday as he adopted the creepy whispering persona while claiming that the U.S. has the fastest growing economy on the planet, when it doesn’t.

During another “press conference” which again consisted of Biden taking pre approved questions from a smattering of pre approved reporters, he claimed “If you take a look at what economy is growing, the United States it’s growing.”

“It has problems, mainly because of COVID is supply chain, but is growing,” Whispery Biden continued, further claiming “We’ve created over 6 million jobs. We’re leading the world in terms of the fastest growing economy, major economies.”

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Videos: MSNBC Immediately Declares Youngkin a Racist After Virginia Victory

After it became clear that Republican Glenn Youngkin scored an upset victory for the governorship in Virginia Tuesday, MSNBC set about attempting to assassinate his character by immediately branding him a racist.

Host Joy Reid frothed that “The exit polls showed that, which was interesting, that the Coronavirus or that the virus was a very low importance to many voters,” further noting “It was ‘education,’ which is code for ‘white parents don’t like the idea of teaching about race.’“

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White House Lays Out Federal Vaccine Mandate Compliance Date, Threatens $14k Fines Per Infraction

President Joe Biden has confirmed the date for the federal government’s enforcement of its vaccine mandate for employees at companies with more than 100 workers.

In a statement, the Democrat said “while I would have much preferred that requirements not become necessary, too many people remain unvaccinated for us to get out of this pandemic for good,” going on to claim that he “instituted requirements — and they are working.”

“Vaccination requirements are good for the economy,” he added. “They not only increase vaccination rates but they help send people back to work — as many as five million American workers. They make our economy more resilient in the face of COVID and keep our businesses open.”

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Yale Law Students Approve Draft to Impeach Representative Who Used Term “Trap House” In Email

As reported earlier, a second-year law student at Yale was being pressured to apologize after sending a Constitutional Day invitation email that was deemed racially insensitive for containing the term “trap house.” Now, students at Yale Law School have approved a draft student government constitution that could see the student impeached as a student representative.

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24-Year-Old Hockey Player Dies After Suffering Cardiac Arrest During Game

24-year-old Slovak hockey player Boris Sadecký has tragically died after collapsing on the ice during a match on Friday.

Sadecký, a professional player for the Bratislava Capitals, was announced dead after reportedly suffering a cardiac arrest.

He was placed in intensive care but subsequently died in hospital.

Professor and heart disease expert Dr. Joel Kahn M.D. posted a link to the story on Twitter.

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32 Insulate Britain Eco-Warriors Face Up to Two Years in Prison for Blocking Motorways

Over thirty eco-warriors are facing up to two years in prison for allegedly violating an injunction against disruptive motorway protests, the far-left Insulate Britain group has revealed.

Insulate Britain, an offshoot of the climate change alarmist Extinction Rebellion group, have staged motorway protests across the country in an attempt to blackmail the country into bowing to their green demands.

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Arsonist Savagely Beaten After Setting Fire on French Bus

An arsonist was pummeled by a Good Samaritan after starting a fire inside a public bus with children onboard in France, according to reports.

The incident unfolded at around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday evening in Vaulx-en-Velin, a commune in the Lyon metro region.

Footage of the barbaric attack was shared on social media.

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Council of Europe Removes Diversity-Promoting Hijab Campaign After Backlash

Following harsh criticism in France, the Council of Europe has withdrawn its Twitter campaign to promote diversity by depicting women wearing the hijab, the characteristic clothing accessory of Muslim women. According to a number of top French politicians, the campaign contradicted the principle of freedom of opinion and was an assault on secular values.

In the photos, which were still available online on Wednesday morning, there were collages of women in headscarves and without them. The illustrations always showed half of the face of each of these variants. The slogan was “freedom is in hijab,” accompanied by the text: “How boring would the world be if everyone would look the same? Celebrate diversity and respect the hijab.”

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Czechia Won’t Adopt the Euro, Says New Government

The newly emerging Czech coalition government does not plan to adopt the euro currency during its term, according to chairman of the TOP 09 parliamentary club Jan Jakob and ODS deputy chairman Zbynek Stanjura. According to them, Czechia does not strive to meet the conditions for the adoption of the euro, which would also not be advantageous for the country right now.

The SPOLU coalition (ODS, KDU-CSL, and TOP 09) and Pirates and Mayors and Independents (STAN) do not plan to adopt the euro currency during the term of office of the newly forming government.

“We respect the program of SPOLU. Adoption of the euro is not on the agenda. We do not meet the criteria for the adoption of the euro, so it is more a question for our successors,” said Jan Jakob.

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Czechia Has One Last Chance to Prevent EU’s Radical Green Deal

Czechia has one last chance to defend itself against the revolutionary climate plans of the European Commission, also known as the Green Deal. At the last minute, Czech senators will debate the fundamental proposals in the Fit for 55 climate package, for which they can use the “yellow card.”

One of the most criticized proposals that would hit Czechia hard is the ban on the sale of cars with gas and diesel engines after 2035. The extension of emission allowances, for example, to buildings or other modes of transport, would also have a major impact. The planned agricultural strategy, which aims to reduce artificial fertilizers and reduce livestock farming, is also controversial.

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Eastern Europe to Grow by 5.4% This Year, More Than Expected

WIIW, region will perform better than the Eurozone

(ANSA) — BELGRADE, OCT 20 — Economies in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe will grow by 5.4% in 2021, more than previously expected, according to the new forecasts of the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW), made public today. This represents an upward revision of 1.2 percentage points compared to the summer and the region is “likely to grow significantly faster than the euro area (4.8%),” WIIW said. The pre-crisis levels of 2019 were generally already exceeded in the second quarter of this year, the WIIW report reads. However, recovery in the region is expected to lose some momentum in 2022 (3.7%) and 2023 (3.5%), WIIW forecasted.

According to the Vienna-based institute, among EU member countries in Central and Eastern Europe Bulgaria will record in 2021 an economic growth of 3.5%, the Czech Republic 3.4%, Estonia 7.8%, Croatia 7.2%, Hungary 6.2%, Lithuania 4.4%, Latvia 4.5%, Poland 5.3%, Romania 6.8%, Slovenia 5.2% and Slovakia 4.0%. In the Western Balkans, Albania will record a 6.4% growth in 2021, Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.7%, Montenegro 8.4%, North Macedonia 3.5%, Serbia 6.6% and Kosovo 6.0%.

“The strong performance of the Eastern European economies is mainly explained by the less strict COVID rules in many places, and by the fact that the service sector is much smaller than in Western Europe’, says WIIW senior economist Vasily Astrov.

According to the report, the main driver of growth in the region remains private consumption, followed by investments, with exports also picking up, while tourism recovered during the summer months. Employment is approaching pre-crisis levels in many countries in the region, in particular in Croatia, Latvia, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia the institute noted, adding that “there are labour shortages in those sectors that have expanded in the wake of the crisis. This is the case not only in the EU member states of the region, but also in Montenegro, Serbia and Russia.” Rising inflation is also felt in the region, WIIW said, forecasting however that this “should be a transitory phenomenon.”

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Europe Puts More Pressure on Unvaccinated, Italy Features Strictest Requirements

On Monday, Germany tightened the rules for the unvaccinated, again, as it stopped paying individuals compensation for time spent in quarantine. It is, however, not the only European country rolling out new rules targeted primarily against the unvaccinated in an effort to make them get their Covid-19 vaccine shot.

In mid-October, Germany already canceled free Covid-19 tests, so everyone has to pay those tests out of pocket. Given that a negative test or proof of vaccination is required to enter cultural, sporting and dining locations, the unvaccinated will come under new financial pressure to receive a vaccine.

France also canceled free tests, arguing that every citizen already had the opportunity to get vaccinated. A Covid-19 test costs between €22 and €44. Compulsory vaccination in France applies to doctors, hospital staff, care centers, and firefighters.

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Extinction Rebellion Co-Founder Said Climate Change Will See ‘Your Mother, Sister, And Girlfriend’ Gang-Raped

Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam warned that climate change would end in men’s female relatives being gang-raped in front of them in a 2019 pamphlet, it has been revealed.

The eco-extremist, while serving a very short prison sentence for a plot to disrupt air travel using drones, wrote a booklet warning the reader that climate change would result in a situation where “a gang of boys will break into your house demanding food”, after which they “will see your mother, your sister, your girlfriend and they will gang rape her on the kitchen table,” according to a Telegraph report.

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Finland: Helsinki Govt to Stop Serving Meat and Milk to Fight Climate Change

Helsinki’s local government has decided that as of next year it will no longer be serving meat at city events after recommendations from its climate team manager.

The local government of the Finnish capital will no longer serve any meat products at official events, only serving seasonal vegetarian food and fish. Oat-based “milk” will replace cow’s milk for coffee and tea. They also will no longer use any disposable containers.

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Italian Institute of Health Drastically Reduces Its Official COVID Death Toll Number

The Italian Higher Institute of Health has drastically reduced the country’s official COVID death toll number by over 97 per cent after changing the definition of a fatality to someone who died from COVID rather than with COVID.

Italian newspaper Il Tempo reports that the Institute has revised downward the number of people who have died from COVID rather than with COVID from 130,000 to under 4,000.

“Yes, you read that right. Turns out 97.1% of deaths hitherto attributed to Covid were not due directly to Covid,” writes Toby Young.

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Joe Biden Flashed by ‘Large, Naked’ Scotsman on Journey to Glasgow

Joe Biden perhaps took in more of the local sights while in Scotland than he may have wished after reports of a “large, naked, Scottish man” taking pictures of the U.S. president’s motorcade while it was travelling between Edinburgh and Glasgow.

BBC journalist Jon Sopel quoted a White House pool report on Tuesday: “‘At one point when we were still on smaller country roads, a large, naked Scottish man stood in his front window taking a picture of the motorcade with his phone.’“

[Comment: This Breitbart article has over 1,000 comments.]

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Just a Quarter of Swedes Trust Mainstream Media Climate Change Reporting

A survey has revealed that only one in every four Swedes trust mainstream media reporting on climate change, despite a majority believing that it is man-made.

The Demoskop poll published on Monday revealed that very few Swedes trust the mainstream media’s reporting on the issue of climate change — just one in four.

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Orban, Salvini, Morawiecki Discuss Creating New Conservative Political Group at the EU Level

Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the president of Hungary’s Fidesz, held a videoconference on Wednesday with Matteo Salvini, the leader of the Italian League party, and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, the vice— president of the Law and Justice (PiS) party, to form a new European political group.

Orban’s press secretary Bertalan Havasi discussed the results of the discussion, telling national news agency MTI that the three leaders produced a successful declaration on the future of Europe, the protection of nation states and traditional values issued by 16 parties in July, which aroused great interest across the continent and attracted a number of political organizations.

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Over 38,000 Girls and Women in Sweden Are Genitally Mutilated — Survey

There are at least 38,000 genitally-mutilated girls and women living in Sweden, the National Board of Health and Welfare has estimated, sounding the alarm over the dangerous lack of knowledge within the healthcare sector about this issue, unknown in the Nordic country barely decades ago.

Because it is girls between the ages of 4 and 14 who are exposed to genital mutilation, the National Board of Health and Welfare stressed the importance of preventive work at the pre-school and school level. However, barely 28 percent of school nurses and 45 percent of youth clinics work preventively against female genital mutilation.

In the survey, the excruciatingly painful and previously unfamiliar process in Scandinavia was called a lifelong trauma and a disaster, whose consequences may include difficulty sleeping, anxiety, and low self-esteem.

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Scotland: Pikachu Protesters Demand End to Coal Power as COP26 Protests Continue

Protesters dressed as Pikachu have gathered opposite the Cop26 conference as climate protests continue in Glasgow.

The giant Pokemon were demanding an end to Japan’s support for coal power.

It comes after several demonstrations took place in Glasgow on Wednesday, including an Extinction Rebellion march through the city attended by hundreds.

Another Extinction Rebellion protest is expected outside the Home Office building in Cessnock on Thursday, while there will be other large marches through the city on Friday and Saturday.

On Wednesday evening, Police Scotland said five arrests had been made at the demonstration, including two after officers were sprayed with paint.

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Scotland: COP26 Globalists Enjoy Meat While Telling You to Eat Bugs

While they tell us to reduce our carbon footprint by eating bugs, the Cop26 menu for technocrats is full of animal-based meals that are at least double the carbon footprint of the average UK meal.

The globalists won’t be eating the bugs.

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Sweden: Muslim School Head Allegedly Scammed Millions and Sent it to Somalia

The former head of a Muslim school in Sweden is accused of scamming millions of Swedish kronor from taxpayers and funnelling the cash to Somalia where it funded an Islamist group.

Abdirizak Waberi, a former MP for the centre-right Moderates and former head of the Muslim Römosse School in Gothenburg, has been accused of scamming taxpayers for 13 million Swedish kronor (£1.1 million/$1.5 million) and sending the money to Somalia.

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The Gathering Storm and Its Historic Precedent, Part One — Nazi Germany

The parallel tactics used by the Third Reich (1920s through the mid-1940s) in today’s America are startling. Hitler could have been stopped, but only a small contingent of German people truly understood his demonic intentions and the depravity and evil he had planned. Not until he genocidally murdered 13 million, and nearly half a million American soldiers perished, did this ungodly evil end.

Unless you first recognize evil, it will continue to have power and cause destruction. Is America banal regarding the evil facing us; has she caved to the tentacles of treachery and turned a blind eye? At all costs, even unto death, we must stand and fight and it must be done now!

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Turkish Man Suspected of ‘Intentionally’ Ramming Group of Children in Fatal Crash — German Authorities

German authorities say they believe a Turkish suspect “acted with intent” when he crashed into a group of schoolchildren last week, killing an 8-year-old girl and injuring two more, according to reports.

The horrifying incident unfolded at around 8 a.m. on Friday morning in Witzenhausen, a small town in the state of Hesse.

A group of children was walking on a sidewalk in front of a daycare center when they were struck by a car driven by a lone male.

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UK Becomes First Country to Approve Merck Antiviral Pill for COVID

LONDON (AP) — Britain has granted a conditional authorization to Merck’s coronavirus antiviral, the first pill shown to successfully treat COVID-19. It is the first country to OK the treatment, although it was not immediately clear how quickly the pill would be available.

The pill was licensed for adults 18 and older who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have at least one risk factor for developing severe disease, such as obesity or heart disease. The drug, known as molnupiravir, is intended to be taken twice a day for five days by people at home with mild to moderate COVID-19.

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UK: Live Extinction Rebellion Cambridge Updates: Activists Lock Themselves to a Boat to Block Research Centre

Extinction Rebellion activists blockaded an oilfield services company’s research centre in west Cambridge this morning (November 4).

Some locked themselves to a pink boat draped with a banner reading “no more fossil fuels” while others camped in tents on the roads leading into and out of the Schlumberger Gould Research Centre near Madingley Road.

XR Cambridge said that they targeted the building, sometimes referred to as the “tent building”, to oppose the American company’s research into fossil fuel extraction.

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UK: Vaccine Mandate for NHS Staff to be Introduced by Spring 2022: Reports

The government is believed to be announcing next week that vaccination against the Chinese coronavirus will be mandatory for the NHS’s more than one million staff members in England, according to reports.

Compulsory vaccination for elderly care home staff was already passed into law in June, with the deadline for full vaccination set for November 11th. With just one week ago, a report claimed that one in ten care home staff are not fully vaccinated — some 63,000 people — with around 13,000 employees having already left the care sector.

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Kosovo’s President Orders 2 Russian Diplomats Expelled

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — Kosovo has ordered the expulsion of two Russian diplomats for allegedly "endangering national security," the Balkan country’s…

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Groundbreaking Israeli Study Shows How COVID Proteins Attack the Heart and Blood Vessels

Earlier Thursday morning, we shared a report about a strange phenomenon unfolding at hospitals and emergency rooms across the US. Even as COVID cases continue to fall, emergency rooms across the country have become absolutely packed with patients seeking treatment for abdominal pain, blood clots, heart conditions and respiratory problems. All of these symptoms line up with the wide range of official COVID symptoms reported by the CDC. But, as the news reports state, the cause of this sudden wave, which has led to some patients being treated again in hospital hallways, remains officially unclear.

More than 18 months after it first emerged from Wuhan, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, remains an enigma to scientists, who have been conducting a wide range of studies to try and learn more about how the virus does what it does. One of COVID’s most notable features is its ability to cause damage not just to patient’s respiratory system, but to the heart and vascular system as well. Oftentimes, this damage leaves patients with long-lasting symptoms that persist well beyond the initial infection.

Even before it became the first nation on the planet to vaccinate nearly its entire population (it has been doling out booster jabs since August), Israel has been a leading source of COVID-related research. And the latest pioneering study produced by researchers from a range of disciplines (from epidemiology to computer science) at Tel Aviv University certainly raises some interesting questions, according to a report in the Jerusalem Post.

The researchers have become the first on earth to identify which 5 of the 29 proteins that form the SARS-CoV-2 virus are responsible for damaging patients’ blood vessels’

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The ‘New Taliban’ Murder Teen Girl for Crime of Playing Volleyball

If one believes what team Biden is telling us, the professional acting terrorists in Afghanistan are a new kinder, more gentle “new” Taliban. This week, they beheaded a teen girl for the horrible crime of playing volleyball. Meet the new Taliban, same as the old Taliban.

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A Cell Biologist Believes COVID-19 Was Man-Made in Wuhan

What should make even woke, leftist Americans sit up and take notice is that the Wuhan Virological Institute and Shi Zhengli (Bat Lady) herself have lately been publishing a good bit about the Ebola virus (fact-checkers: see the National Library of Medicine database). Just imagine what an airborne Ebola variant might accomplish thanks to some gain-of-function!

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China Urges Citizens to Stockpile Food in Preparation for Potential Winter Supply Chain Breakdown

While the Biden administration has attempted to dismiss inflation and food supply issues, China is now urging its citizens to prepare for the winter by stockpiling food.

“A statement from China’s government urging local authorities to ensure there was adequate food supply during the winter and encouraging people to stock up on some essentials prompted concerned talk online, with people linking it with the widening coronavirus outbreak, a forecast cold snap, or even rising tensions with Taiwan,” reports Bloomberg.

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Japan Drops Vax Rollout, Goes to Ivermectin, Ends COVID Almost Overnight

By far, however, the absolute superstar among foreign nations dealing with COVID is Japan. Japan has PULLED the vaccines and substituted Ivermectin — and in one month, wiped COVID out in that country!

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Tennis Pro Peng Shuai Blacklisted on Chinese Social Media After Accusing CCP Official of Abuse

A Chinese professional tennis player had her name censored on social media and her Weibo account disabled after she accused a high-ranking member of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of sexual abuse. Her story was the first incident of a high-ranking CCP official being accused of such abuse.

35-year-old Peng Shuai took to her Weibo account to accuse 75-year-old Zhang Gaoli of sexual abuse.

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Australian Workers Use Telegram to Find Jobs That Don’t Require Vaccine Passports

Several states and territories in Australia have enforced vaccine passports for employees in specific industries. The mandates have resulted in people losing their jobs.

Yet, it has also spurred a rise in activity on social media with people creating groups so that people can find new employment at a company that isn’t calling for staff to hold a vaccine passport.

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‘Kill the Bill’: Protesters Take to Flemington Over New Pandemic Laws

Hundreds marched to Flemington Racecourse in protest of Premier Daniel Andrews’ proposed pandemic bill.

In an unusual scene, police facilitated the peaceful anti-Dan protest—even blocking roads for the protesters.

Chanting ‘kill the bill’, the group arrived at the Melbourne Cup entrance, where 10,000 punters were slowly allowed in after showing their vaccine passports.

Following speeches and chants, the protest marched back to Footscray Park to enjoy a family-friendly picnic.

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NSW to Create “Two-Tier Society” Using Vaccine Passports

The state of New South Wales, in Australia, has effectively created a two-tier society by restricting access to facilities for those who won’t show a vaccine passport. Rights advocates have been warning that passport mandates are discriminatory.

Starting Monday, November 8, residents of New South Wales (NSW) will be able to host an unlimited number of people in their homes, dance in night clubs, and enjoy a dip in an indoor swimming pools. But they must be able to prove their vaccination status. The density limits of venues will also be eased.

However, those who cannot show a vaccine passport will continue living under the current restrictions, including working from home.

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880 Schools Have More Foreign-Born Pupils Than Native Italians

The number of foreign-born pupils in Italian schools is on the rise, with at least 880 schools across the country now having more foreign-born pupils and native Italians.

Schools with more than 50 per cent foreign-born pupils have increased from 805 to 880 in the last year, with more than half of the schools being kindergartens. At least 8.4 per cent of kindergartens in Italy have over 30 per cent foreign-born pupils.

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African Migrant Attacks Female Agents on French Train

An African migrant has been convicted of a series of crimes stemming from a rampage on a train in France last month, according to reports.

The incident unfolded at around 7 a.m. on October 26 aboard a public transport in Bourg-la-Reine, a commune on the outskirts of Paris.

A female conductor encountered a man, identified as a Mauritanian national, who had not purchased a ticket, La Gazette de la Défense reports.

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Biden’s New Move Makes All of America a Sanctuary State

But now the Biden administration is going further by turning America into a sanctuary state.

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CDC Recommends Prophylactic Ivermectin for Migrants and Immigrants

Anyone remember this “folksy” tweet trying to get people to not take Ivermectin because it was for farm animals? Horse dewormer and all, and definitely not-not-not for use in human beings, evah?

So now is the time where we JUXTAPOSE.

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‘Garbage’: Biden Dismisses Reports on Payments for Migrant Families Separated Under Trump

President Biden on Wednesday denied recent reports that his administration is looking to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to immigrant families who were separated at the border under the Trump administration, calling the reports “garbage.”

During a press conference at the White House to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine authorization for children, Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy asked Biden whether such payments would incentivize more migrants to try to cross the border illegally.

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Greece to Send 250 Migrants Back to Bangladesh and Pakistan

Greece is currently talking to officials from Pakistan and Bangladesh in the hopes of arranging a way for migrants from the two countries to return home after a cargo ship they were traveling on docked at Kos Port on Friday and the people on it asked for asylum.

The Greek migration ministry said that the migrants were “not entitled to asylum” from the countries and that they would like to find a way for them to safely return home in collaboration with their home nations. The cargo ship contained 381 migrants, 250 of which were from Pakistan and Bangladesh.

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Hungary Calls Upon EU to Reimburse Costs of Border Protection

Prime Minister Viktor Orban repeatedly called upon the President of the European Commission to reimburse the costs of Hungary’s border protection measures.

According to the prime minister, Hungary’s border protection measures have become exemplary for a number of European countries, and more importantly, our continent is being threatened by an even more severe crisis than that we witnessed in 2015.

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Lithuania Starts Building First European Wall to Ward Off Migrants From Belarus

DRUSKININKAI, Lithuania (Reuters) — Lithuania has built the first stretches of a steel wall on its border with Belarus since migrants from the Middle East and other areas began entering from Belarus this year.

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Polish General: Armed ‘Little Green Men’ Broke Into Poland From Belarus

On Monday night, another provocation from Belarusian services took place near the Polish-Belarusian border after Polish soldiers located three uniformed individuals armed with rifles 200 meters away from the border on Polish territory. After attempting to initiate contact, the individuals successfully returned to the Belarusian side. They did not possess identification on them.

Spokesperson of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator Stanislaw Zaryn posted about the incident on social media.

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Secrecy Shrouds Afghan Refugees Sent by US to Base in Kosovo

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is welcoming tens of thousands of Afghans airlifted out of Kabul but has disclosed little publicly about a small group who remain…

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UK: Migrant Crossings: More Than 20,000 Migrants Cross Channel This Year

More than 20,000 migrants have crossed the English Channel to Kent in small boats so far this year.

The figure is well over double the number of crossings made in the whole of 2020.

The Home Office said 456 people crossed in 15 boats on Tuesday. French authorities also stopped 343 migrants.

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Vaccine Mandate Could Cost Border Patrol More Than Half of Its Agents, Internal Report Says

EXCLUSIVE — According to a document from a source within Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), nearly half of border patrol agents have not registered their COVID-19 vaccination status, and ten percent of those who have registered have yet to receive a jab. In a worst-case scenario, the federal vaccine mandate may result in the termination of over half of the border patrol agents, amid an already devastating border crisis.

“You’re going to take an agency that’s already gone through an unbelievable catastrophic crisis on the southwest border and deplete its resources further,” Mark Morgan, who served as the chief operating officer of CBP from 2019 to 2021, told Fox News. Morgan, now a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation, obtained a document from a source inside CBP, a screenshot showing the number of border patrol agents who have yet to report their vaccination status.

[Comment: Creepy Joe wants that to happen.]

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Watch: New Jersey Election Worker Caught Letting Non-Citizen ‘Fill Out Ballot Now’ And Vote

An election worker in the New Jersey gubernatorial race — which incumbent Phil Murphy won by just 1.5%, was caught on undercover camera telling telling another election worker that they’ll let anyone vote, and then offered a ballot to an undercover Project Veritas journalist claiming to be an illegal immigrant.

Via Project Veritas:

“Remember, we were allowing anyone to come in,” she said.

When addressing the Veritas journalist in disguise, one of the poll workers said she was willing to provide a ballot.

“I’ll let you fill out completely a ballot now. Whether or not it’s going to count, I don’t know,” she said.

“Listen, we’ll let you do it.”

In a governor’s race that has been called with only about a one percentage point difference separating the candidates, this behavior is at the very least questionable.

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“We Are Facing a Pandemic of …Compliance and Complacency in a Culture of Silence, Censorship, And Institutionalized Bullying.”

I thank my Canadian friend Jonathan Fortier for alerting me to this excellent 18-minute-long speech by Julie Ponesse.

[Video, about 18 minutes. ~N]

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A Ringing Assertion of Freedom

In the entire history of mankind there has never been a political elite sincerely concerned about the well-being of regular people; what makes any of us think that it is different now? If the Age of Enlightenment has brought forth anything, then certainly this: never take anything any government tells you at face-value.

Always question everything any government does or does not do. Always look for ulterior motives and always ask: cui bono — who benefits?

Whenever a political elite pushes an agenda this hard and resorts to extortion and manipulation to get their way, you can almost always be sure: your benefit is definitely not what they had at heart.

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Dutch Banking Service Terminates Feminist Org Account After Trans Activist Complaints

The Netherlands-based internet banking service Bunq, which dubs itself the “bank of the Free,” has terminated the account of the Voorzij Foundation, a feminist organization, in response to complaints from transgender rights activists.

“The bank account of Voorzij has been closed by @bunq with the explanation that ‘your activities don’t match our company policy’,” Voorzij wrote on Twitter. “Women standing up for their rights in anno 2021 not compatible with the policies of a bank.”

Like Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and other gender-critical women, Voorzij has come under fire from transgender rights activists, who claim that the organization is run by “TERFs” or “Transgender Exclusionary Radical Feminists” for the radical view that biology is not a social construct.

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Is This What is Happening to Humanity?

A few months later, all of the mice were dead. Calhoun noted that although the population had survived for many months afterwards, it had effectively died on the 315th day- the day social bonds broke down, stating: “Their spirit has died (‘the first death’). They are no longer capable of executing the more complex behaviours compatible with species survival. The species in such settings die.”

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Privacy-Focused Search Engine Mojeek Has Indexed More Than 4.5 Billion Pages

The privacy-focused search engine Mojeek has indexed more than 4.5 billion pages. The alternative search engine is still growing and might one day be a worthy competitor to Google Search, which had indexed 130 trillion pages in 2016, according to the company’s blog titled “How Search Works.”

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Rep. Jim Banks Criticizes Twitter for Locking His Official Account

Republican Rep. Jim Banks has criticized Twitter for censoring his official account after he referred to the assistant Health and Human Services Secretary Rachel Levine as a man. Levine identifies as a transgender woman.

On his personal account, Rep. Jim Banks wrote: “By suspending my @RepJimBanks account, Twitter is not only infringing on my First Amendment rights but also my ability to reach my constituents.”

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The Crucial But Underrated Gift of Being ‘A People Apart’

The desire to bend to the prevailing winds has always characterized the majority of Diaspora Jews since they believe that this will afford them protection. So in America, they now bend themselves to a prevailing culture that itself mandates coerced conformity.

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The Torah and the Shot

In these confusing times, many people are rightfully turning to the Torah for clarity and guidance. Unfortunately, it is easy for those with ulterior motives to cherry-pick Torah sources, take them out of context, misinterpret them, and misapply them to suit their agenda. It is therefore necessary to elucidate the 15 main religious reasons that it is forbidden according to the Torah to take the so-called “Covid-19 vaccines”.

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11 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/4/2021

  1. This is the other side of the coin. (don’t know the similar idiom in English)

    Doctors were waiting for the death of the fetus

    In Poland, a pregnant woman died in a hospital in the city of Pszczyna: the lawyers of the deceased’s family argue that the doctors refused to terminate the pregnancy due to the restrictions in force in the country and were waiting for the death of the fetus. The woman died on September 22, but her story only got publicized now.

    The woman was admitted to the hospital in the 22nd week of pregnancy due to discharge of amniotic fluid. Doctors confirmed the pathology. The fetus died and the woman developed septic shock. She died 24 hours after being admitted to the hospital. According to the lawyer, during the hospitalization, the deceased wrote to her family and friends that the doctors had taken a wait-and-see attitude, saying that they had to “wait and see.”

    I do not have a link to the original source, only to Russian social networks.
    https://vk.com/wall-150709625_9643151

    Already the 21st century, and people will never come to agreement and sanity. Shame on Homo-Sapiens!

    Commentary: why not ban amputation for gangrene? What if God will revive this leg?

    • Elena, I have looked into this and have not been able to find any Polish articles confirming the story. The ones in English and Slovak I have seen do not have documentation links. Since Polish restrictive law does make an exemption for threats to health or life of the mother, the whole thing sounds strange.

      Due to lack of sources, and due to the obvious fact that pro-choicers would be looking closely for a case that would turn public opinion, I caution you to withhold judgment until more information is available.

  2. Is This What is Happening to Humanity?

    Specifically about my country, I will say that everything would work out for us if the state stopped drawing all the forces out of us. Something would have left for us, not their oligarchs.

    My fertility was in the 90s. It was a very difficult time in Russia, especially in the depressed northern Russian regions, there was unemployment and a difficult climate (much more difficult than even in Scandinavia) and a lot of resources are spent on food with vitamins and survival.
    We gave birth to one child and spent all our means to ensure that he had all the best. We are so used to it. These are our values.
    When the situation in the country improved, not everyone was able to give birth to a second or third child for some reason.

    But the third world is mindlessly multiplying a lot. They poke their emaciated children into the cameras of the press photographers. Even rats stop breeding, but they continue.
    Because the rats do not have Allah who tells them to do it.

  3. Does our Vice President wants some visual evidence on that flasher? Or is she only going after higher status / money targets?

    And Baron, welcome home.

  4. O!!! The system is included in the attractor! The worse the better !!!

    Police and Investigative Committee check an attack on a man with a child in New Moscow

    https://thegoaspotlight.com/2021/11/05/police-and-investigative-committee-check-an-attack-on-a-man-with-a-child-in-new-moscow/

    https://pledgetimes.com/in-moscow-a-group-of-caucasians-attacked-a-man-with-a-child-and-got-caught-on-video/
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    Mmmm … What a joyful social media footage. Police officers catch migrants and bearded residents of the Caucasus, check them and put them in police vans.

  5. This is a madhouse.

    Jerusalem will elect “Queen of the Holocaust”

    On Tuesday, November 16, a beauty pageant among Holocaust survivors will be held at the Simon’s Friends Museum in Jerusalem, writes Jpost. This year, in addition to the elderly beauties themselves, art workers and diplomatic representatives from different countries in Israel will take part in it. The competition will be streamed online.
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    HM. And when they die, they will exhibit their skeletons, evaluate which one is more beautiful?
    Just like the Abrahamic sect ( Russian Orthodox Church) with its magical pieces of corpses.

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