Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/10/2022

The government of Ontario successfully petitioned the Superior Court of Justice to issue an injunction preventing the money donated through GiveSendGo from reaching the Freedom Convoy. However, GiveSendGo responded by saying that the court lacks jurisdiction over it, and that it will ignore the order.

Meanwhile, a third border crossing, the one between Emerson, Manitoba and North Dakota, has been blocked by farmers and truckers.

In other news, police in Serbia intercepted hundreds of illegal migrants who were on their way to the European Union.

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Thanks to Dean, DV, Reader from Chicago, and all the other tipsters who sent these in.

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Financial Crisis
» Inflation Reaches 40-Year High: January CPI Posts 7.5% Annual Gain
 
USA
» “Slash the Tires, Arrest the Drivers”: Harvard Professor and CNN Analyst Calls for Violence Against Freedom Convoy
» AssangeDAO Concludes Raise With $53m to Help Julian Fight for Freedom
» Castle Rock Students, Parents Protest Washington Mask Mandate
» Disney Junior Creates New Song About Racial ‘Micro-Aggressions’ Aimed at Toddlers
» Federal Judge Confirms Embedding Instagram Posts is Not Copyright Infringement
» Gov. Pritzker Unveils Plan to Lift Illinois Mask Mandate for Many by Feb. 28
» Idaho Man Accused of Hitting Victim With Sledgehammer, Fatally Shooting Him
» James Carville Says He Wants to “Punch” The Unvaccinated in the Face
» Mattel Hits Multiple Jurassic World Toy Reviewers With Copyright Takedown Notices
» Nearly 60 Percent of Americans Disapprove of Biden’s Job Performance: Poll
» Neighbors Rally Against Plans to Turn Hotel Which Sits 30 Feet Away From a School Into a Homeless Shelter
» Nevada, Casinos Rescind Mask Mandates Effective Immediately
» NPR Declares Using Wrong Colour Emojis is Probably Racist
» Pentagon Says ‘Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion’ Should be a Part of All Military Decisions
» Police Beating of Unconscious Trump Supporter Was “Objectively Reasonable, “ Department Rules
» President of ‘Pedophile Associates of America’ Sentenced to 15 Years for Possession of Child Sexual Abuse
» Psychological Damage From Pandemic Lockdowns “Could Last a Generation”, Professionals Warn
» Rand Paul: Dems Have “Overplayed Their Hand” With ‘Stupid Theater’ COVID Mandates
» Revealed: Registered Sex Offender Was HIRED by Virginia County
» Rogan Mocks Controversy in ‘Surprise’ Austin Stand-Up Set
» Rumble Hits Top of the Video Category of the Android App Charts After Rapid Growth
» Students Hold Mask Protest at Ballston Spa High School
» U.S. Truckers Planning Protest Convoy, Perhaps Starting in L.A. For Super Bowl, DHS Warns
» Video: Security Goon Hauls Parent Out of School Board Meeting for Not Wearing Mask
 
Canada
» Ambassador Bridge Blockade Makes Political Waves
» Anti-Lockdown Truckers Resume Alberta Border Blockade After Vax Passport Victory
» Breaking: GiveSendGo Says it Will Ignore Ontario Court Order to Freeze Freedom Convoy Funds
» Breaking: Conservative Leader Calls for End of Mandates, Protestors to ‘Take Down the Barricades, Stop Disruptive Action’
» Canadian ‘Anti-Hate’ Group Head Used Miami Anti-Semitic Flyer to Smear Truckers
» Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Open Letter to Ford Full of Radicalized Rhetoric
» Emerson, Manitoba Border Blocked Wednesday Night by Truckers and Farmers
» Gerald Butts Threatens to Sue Jordan Peterson, Peterson Says Bring it
» Mass Ticketing of Peaceful Protesters in Milk River, Alberta
» MP Blasts Liberals for Treating Unvaxxed Soldiers Worse Than Serial Killer/Rapist
» Ontario’s Top Doctor Says Timeline to Lift All COVID-19 Health Measures is Coming Soon
» Ottawa Arson Hoax: Fire Not Connected With Convoy Protests
» Ottawa Police Issue Warning Truckers: ‘Immediately’ End Protest or Face Arrest
» Poll Shows Trust in Media, Government at All-Time Low
» Protesters Support B.C. College Student Arrested After Not Wearing a Mask
» Protesters Troll Cops With Empty Jerry Cans in Ottawa
» Province Gets Court Order Choking Off Donations Meant to Fund Truck Protesters
» Quebec City’s Nighttime Convoy Protest Attracts Police Attention and Intimidation
» Steinbach School Moves to Remote Learning for a Day After Restriction Protest Outside Its Doors
» Third US-Canada Border Crossing Blocked by ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protests
» Trudeau Says Restrictions Are Needed to Prevent Further Restrictions
» Watch: Tucker Carlson Blasts Justin Trudeau for Vilifying ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protesters as Racists
» Watch: Trudeau Walks Out of Question Period—again
» Watch: CNN Fears Freedom Convoy ‘Inspiring Others Across the Globe’
» Watch: NDP Leader Calls for Federal Plan to Exit Pandemic, Demands Leadership From Trudeau
 
Europe and the EU
» ‘Beginning of the End’ — Poland Upbeat About Lifting COVID Restrictions
» Blockades by Virus Protest Convoys Banned in Paris, Brussels
» Czech Government to Lift Most Coronavirus Measures by March, But Face Masks Will Remain
» Finnish Politician Forced to Step Down for Saying Ukraine Should Not Join NATO
» Former Papal Nuncio to U.S. Denounces ‘Psycho-Pandemic Farce’
» France: The Kurt Zouma Controversy
» France: The Trogneux Mystery
» Hungary Rejects Additional NATO Troops
» New UK Brexit Minister Wants British Public to Tell Him Which EU Regulations He Should Scrap
» Poll Shows Macron Would Win French Election, With Le Pen in Second
» Swiss Freedom Convoy to Bern Was Indirectly Successful
 
Russia
» Biden Warns Americans in Ukraine to ‘Leave Now’ Ahead of Potential Russian Invasion
 
Far East
» Multiculturalism is a “Sickness”
» Scientists Discover Genetic Material Suggesting COVID Came From Chinese Lab
 
Australia — Pacific
» New Zealand: Ex-MP Matt King Heading for Anti-Mandate Protest
» Three Doses Required to be ‘Up to Date’ in Australia
» Watch: Two More COVID Fines Thrown Out of Melbourne Court
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Doctor Who Discovered Omicron Variant Says She Was Pressured to Not Reveal it Was Mild
 
Immigration
» Afghan Arrested for Rape of 11-Year-Old Girl in Germany
» Illegals Who Piloted Migrant Boats to Britain Have Convictions Overturned
» Italian Minister Denies Migration Link to Milan NYE Sex Attacks
» Left-Wing NGOs Beg Brussels to Halt Construction of Poland’s Border Wall With Belarus
» Migrant-Smuggling Minibus Driver Arrested After Fleeing Crash in Central Hungary
» Serbia Intercepts Hundreds of Migrants Bound for EU
 
Culture Wars
» CT Middle School Admits Pizza Assignment Using Toppings as Metaphors for Sexual Acts Was a ‘Mistake’
 

Inflation Reaches 40-Year High: January CPI Posts 7.5% Annual Gain

U.S. inflation accelerated in January, with prices across a wide range of goods and services soaring further amid lingering shortages and supply chain disruptions.

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Thursday morning registered a 7.5% annual gain in January. Consensus economists were looking for a 7.3% rise, according to Bloomberg data. This represented the fastest rise since 1982, as well as an acceleration from the 7.0% year-over-year increase seen in December.

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

“Slash the Tires, Arrest the Drivers”: Harvard Professor and CNN Analyst Calls for Violence Against Freedom Convoy

Harvard professor, CNN analyst and former Obama admin undersecretary of Homeland Security Juliette Kayyem has called for violence and vandalism against Freedom Convoy protesters who have amassed on the bridge that connects Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Ontario.

“The Ambassador Bridge link constitutes 28% of annual trade movement between US and Canada,” tweeted Kayyem. “Slash the tires, empty gas tanks, arrest the drivers, and move the trucks.”

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

AssangeDAO Concludes Raise With $53m to Help Julian Fight for Freedom

The Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) supporting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s legal plight has concluded its raise, generating a whopping 17,422 Ether (ETH), worth roughly $53.7 million.

As previously reported by Cointelegraph, the AssangeDAO intends to use the fund to bid on a one-of-one NFT from a drop called “Censored” by digital artist Pak in collaboration with Assange. The proceeds of the sale will go towards Assange’s defense fund and additional awareness campaigns as he fights extradition to the United States this month.

Assange has been languishing in a United Kingdom jail for the past three years, with U.S. prosecutors seeking to try him on espionage charges. Supporters say that Assange is a whistleblower, journalist and publisher.

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

Castle Rock Students, Parents Protest Washington Mask Mandate

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Dozens of students have lined up outside Castle Rock High School Thursday morning holding signs and waving flags in opposition to masks.

“We’re here for choice,” said Jessica Aylesworth, a Castle Rock sophomore. “We believe that masks do have a purpose and they do play a role in this pandemic. We also believe that it should be our choice.”

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

Disney Junior Creates New Song About Racial ‘Micro-Aggressions’ Aimed at Toddlers

A new children’s show on Disney Junior called “Rise Up Sing Out” is the latest example of indoctrinating the youth by taking on “micro-aggressions,” specifically those that are racial in nature and a topic that is too mature for toddlers.

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

Federal Judge Confirms Embedding Instagram Posts is Not Copyright Infringement

Instagram has come out victorious from a legal challenge launched against it by two photographers on copyright grounds.

The lawsuit, filed before a California federal court in the spring of 2021, revolves around Instagram’s embed feature and whether it facilitates copyright infringement by third parties.

Photographers Alexis Hunley and Matthew Scott Brauer sued on behalf of themselves and any Instagram user who had their photos embedded elsewhere on the internet since 2013, but a judge found no merit in their claims, granting Facebook’s image-sharing platform a motion to dismiss.

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

Gov. Pritzker Unveils Plan to Lift Illinois Mask Mandate for Many by Feb. 28

Gov. J.B. Pritzker revealed plans Wednesday to lift Illinois’ indoor mask mandate, with the exception of in schools, by Feb. 28 if state COVID metrics continue to decline.

Noting that the state is “seeing the fastest rate of decline in our COVID-19 hospitalization metrics since the pandemic began,” Pritzker said if trends continue as expected, “then on Monday, Feb. 28, we will lift the indoor mask requirement for the State of Illinois.”

He noted, however, one important caveat.

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

Idaho Man Accused of Hitting Victim With Sledgehammer, Fatally Shooting Him

RUPERT, Idaho — An Idaho man is accused of striking a man with a sledgehammer before fatally shooting him, prosecutors said.

Kalob Wyth Morrison, 33, of Heyburn, was charged with first-degree murder, evidence destruction, alteration or concealment and failure to notify authorities of a death, the Times-News of Twin Falls reported.

He is being held in the Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center on $1 million bail, according to online booking records.

Prosecutors said the victim, Julio Lopez, 41, was killed Jan. 2. Prosecutors said Morrison and his brother, Klee Morrison, of Littlefield, Arizona, lured Lopez to Kalob Morrison’s home, the Times-News reported.

Prosecutors said after the brothers killed Lopez, they put the victim’s body in his own vehicle and drove it to a remote area and set it on fire…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

James Carville Says He Wants to “Punch” The Unvaccinated in the Face

Underscoring Joe Biden’s inauguration speech desire to unify the American people, Democrat strategist James Carville says he wants to “punch” unvaccinated people in the face.

So much for the tolerant left!

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

Mattel Hits Multiple Jurassic World Toy Reviewers With Copyright Takedown Notices

Toy manufacturer Mattel has issued copyright takedown notices against the toy review accounts Andy’s Dinosaur Reviews, BestInSlot, and Collect Jurassic after they reviewed or featured toys from the upcoming movie Jurassic World: Dominion.

All of the toy reviewers who were targeted claim that their posts didn’t feature any unreleased content and only featured either stock photos of basic figures that are already available to purchase in China and were recently sold through the online toy store ToyWiz in the US, unboxings and reviews of toys that had been purchased from ToyWiz, or website listings for upcoming Mattel figures.

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

Nearly 60 Percent of Americans Disapprove of Biden’s Job Performance: Poll

Nearly 60 percent of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s job performance as his approval rating sinks even further, according to a new CNN poll released Thursday.

Fifty-eight percent of Americans said they disapprove of Biden’s performance, while only 41 percent approved. The same poll in December found that 49 percent of Americans approved and 51 percent disapproved of Biden.

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

Neighbors Rally Against Plans to Turn Hotel Which Sits 30 Feet Away From a School Into a Homeless Shelter

On Wednesday, neighbors rallied outside of the La Quinta Inn, in Kirkland, WA, to oppose the location from being converted into a homeless shelter. The hotel is across the street from multiple schools and daycares, as well as the business district.

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

Nevada, Casinos Rescind Mask Mandates Effective Immediately

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada and its casinos stopped requiring people to wear masks in public on Thursday, joining most other U.S. states lifting restrictions that were imposed to limit the spread of coronavirus.

Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that the state no longer required face coverings in most places, “effective immediately.”

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

NPR Declares Using Wrong Colour Emojis is Probably Racist

In another example of the establishment left’s obsessive grift with race and social segregation, publicly funded NPR published a story claiming that if you use the wrong colour emoji in text messages in relation to your own skin colour, you are probably a racist.

In the article titled “Which skin color emoji should you use? The answer can be more complex than you think”, writers Alejandra Marquez, Janse Patrick Jarenwattananon, and Asma Khalid (it took three of them to take on this weighty subject) argue that choosing to use a yellow emoji, rather than a white, brown or black one is “the neutral option” that will leave the respondent free to “focus on the message” rather than race.

Of course, any rational person wouldn’t immediately see an emoji in a text and start thinking about race. Not these taxpayer funded hacks though.

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

Pentagon Says ‘Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion’ Should be a Part of All Military Decisions

On Wednesday the Department of Defense released an article outlining the necessity of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the US military as it looks towards the future.

The article cited Bishop Garrison, the senior advisor to the secretary of defense for human capital and diversity, equity and inclusion, who spoke to the Center for a New American Security regarding these issues.

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

Police Beating of Unconscious Trump Supporter Was “Objectively Reasonable, “ Department Rules

By Joseph M. Hanneman of The Epoch Times

The beating of an unconscious Trump supporter by a DC Metropolitan Police Department officer on January 6 was deemed to be “objectively reasonable” after an investigation by the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau, The Epoch Times has learned.

The Internal Affairs investigation was opened in September 2021 based on a complaint filed by a Texas man who assembled video evidence of the officer striking an unconscious Rosanne Boyland with a steel baton and a large wooden stick at the entrance to the West Terrace tunnel at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Ga., was pinned under a pile of protesters who fled the tunnel when police deployed a crowd-control gas. After several minutes of being crushed by the weight of other fallen protesters, Boyland lost consciousness and stopped breathing, witnesses have said.

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

President of ‘Pedophile Associates of America’ Sentenced to 15 Years for Possession of Child Sexual Abuse

The President of a pro-pedophile activist charity has been sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges of possessing images of the sexual abuse of children for the second time.

According to court documents from Louisa County, VA, Andrew Zearley, the President of the Pedophile Associates of America, plead guilty in July after committing the offense while on supervised release for a previous possession of child exploitation materials conviction.

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

Psychological Damage From Pandemic Lockdowns “Could Last a Generation”, Professionals Warn

At this point, the fact that the COVID pandemic has spurred an unprecedented mental health crisis shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody. We have reported on the enormous impact on Americans’ mental health repeatedly, both here and here.

Aside from the obvious physical impacts of the pandemic, mental health professionals have told CNBC that many people have continued to struggle with the immense emotional and societal changes even as some of the restrictions on business and movement have started to ease. Because of this, many fear that the psychological impact from the pandemic could last a generation.

Even as mask requirements are beginning to disappear, millions of Americans are having a difficult time adjusting to the “new normal”.

One psychologist, Valentine Raiteri, who works in New York, told CNBC: “I have never been as busy in my life and I’ve never seen my colleagues as busy.”

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

Rand Paul: Dems Have “Overplayed Their Hand” With ‘Stupid Theater’ COVID Mandates

Senator Rand Paul urged Wednesday that Democrats have gone too far with forced mask mandates and other “theater” COVID restrictions, and that ironically it is working to bring Americans on the left and the right together in opposition to the regime taking away freedoms.

“You know, I think it’s no longer a right-left issue,” Paul stated, explaining “There may have been more of us on the right not liking the government mandates, but I think now you’re finding parents of children, whether they’re left of center, in the center, independents who really don’t like the idea of just forcing children to wear masks when the science doesn’t really indicate that the masks are working.”

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

Revealed: Registered Sex Offender Was HIRED by Virginia County

A Freedom of Information Act request has revealed that the office of Loudon County Virginia had a convicted sex offender on their payroll.

The county revealed the man’s status and position, but no further information was provided at the time.

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

Rogan Mocks Controversy in ‘Surprise’ Austin Stand-Up Set

Joe Rogan won’t be taking his immensely popular (if controversial) podcast to Rumble, the conservative-leaning video-streaming service, whose CEO just offered him $100 million to make the switch from Spotify.

Rogan made the remarks in the form of a joke during a surprise stand-up set in Austin, Texas, his adopted home, on Tuesday. Rogan performed his set then stuck around for a Q&A session with the audience afterward.

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

Rumble Hits Top of the Video Category of the Android App Charts After Rapid Growth

Video platform Rumble hit the top of the Video Players & Editors category of the Google Play charts this week, after a surge in downloads.

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

Students Hold Mask Protest at Ballston Spa High School

About 20 percent of the senior class at Ballston Spa High School staged a mask protest Thursday morning, the day the state’s indoor mask mandate was dropped for businesses but not schools.

The students refused to wear masks when they arrived at school. The mask mandate is still in effect for all school buildings statewide.

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

U.S. Truckers Planning Protest Convoy, Perhaps Starting in L.A. For Super Bowl, DHS Warns

The Department of Homeland Security is warning U.S. law enforcement agencies that a group of truckers is planning a protest of COVID-19 vaccine mandates that could start as soon as this weekend in Los Angeles, site of the Super Bowl.

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

Video: Security Goon Hauls Parent Out of School Board Meeting for Not Wearing Mask

Video out of a school meeting in New York Tuesday shows a man being forcibly ejected by a security goon because he refused to put on a face mask.

The footage, obtained by ROC for Educational Freedom, reveals the jackbooted thug grabbing the parent by his clothing and attempting to throw him out of the meeting.

The woman filming the incident is heard saying “What are you doing? What the f*ck are you doing? This is assault”

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

Ambassador Bridge Blockade Makes Political Waves

The Ambassador Bridge, which connects Windsor Ontario with Detroit Michigan, is the busiest international crossing in the world.

Coming in at 1.5 miles long, more than 40,000 people including commuters, tourists and truck drivers cross each day, carrying an average of $323 million worth of goods.

The bridge plays a substantial role in both the Canadian and U.S. auto industries, as it is a key conduit to transport motor vehicle components and parts.

So when things come to a grinding halt at that border crossing, as has occurred recently amid the Canadian freedom convoy and protests making headlines, it is bound to make waves.

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

Anti-Lockdown Truckers Resume Alberta Border Blockade After Vax Passport Victory

Trucker protestors against Wuhan coronavirus restrictions and vaccine mandates have resumed a border blockade in southern Alberta, demanding the return of more freedoms after the regional government scrapped the vaccine passport this week.

Truckers at the Alberta border with the U.S. state of Montana at the town of Coutts resumed their blockade of the border, demanding that all Wuhan coronavirus restrictions, such as vaccine mandates for cross border travel, be scrapped by the government.

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

Breaking: GiveSendGo Says it Will Ignore Ontario Court Order to Freeze Freedom Convoy Funds

GiveSendGo, the crowdfunding website raising funds for the “Freedom Convoy” protest in Ottawa, says that it will be ignoring the order by the Ontario Superior Court to freeze the crowdfund.

In defiance of the order, the U.S. based organization said that the court has no jurisdiction over its decisions and plans to disburse the funds to the protesters for whom the crowdfund was created.

“Know this! Canada has absolutely ZERO jurisdiction over how we manage our funds here at GiveSendGo,” the organization stated on Twitter. “All funds for EVERY campaign on GiveSendGo flow directly to the recipients of those campaigns, not least of which is The Freedom Convoy campaign.”

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

Breaking: Conservative Leader Calls for End of Mandates, Protestors to ‘Take Down the Barricades, Stop Disruptive Action’

Conservative leader Candice Bergen said during a speech calling for the end of mandates in Canada, that it was time for the blockades and protests to end, and that the voice of the movement has been heard.

“Conservatives believe it is time to follow the science and the evidence. We believe the government must present a plan to quickly end the lockdowns and restrictions,” she said to the House on Thursday.

“The prime minister has used the pandemic to wedge, divide, and stigmatize Canadians,” continued Bergen, who called for the Liberals to move Canada to a “post-COVID society as quickly as possible.”

She then addressed the protest directly, where she applauded their spirit, but called for an end to protests.

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

Canadian ‘Anti-Hate’ Group Head Used Miami Anti-Semitic Flyer to Smear Truckers

The head of the Trudeau-funded Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAHN), spread a picture of an antisemitic flier on social media claiming it to have originated with the Ottawa Freedom Convoy, an anti-mandate protest led by truckers.

Bernie Farber, who is listed as the Chair of CAHN on the group’s website, tweeted on Sunday, stating, “Taken by a friend in Ottawa at the Occupation. Apparently in plain sight,” captioning a picture of an antisemitic flier.

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

Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario Open Letter to Ford Full of Radicalized Rhetoric

As if lobbyists and unions have not exploited the pandemic pandemonium enough, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (EFTO) is now meddling in the Freedom Convoy and urging the government to do something about it.

The open letter was addressed to Ontario Premier Doug Ford and signed by Karen Brown, the president of the EFTO.

Brown alleges that downtown Ottawa has “become unsafe” and that she is “deeply concerned about the exposure of children to racist and violent images.”

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

Emerson, Manitoba Border Blocked Wednesday Night by Truckers and Farmers

The point of entry into Canada an hour and a half south of Winnipeg, Manitoba remained impeded Thursday morning by several dozen tractors, long haul trucks and personal vehicles.

The border blockade in Emerson mirrors the ones taking place in Coutts, Alberta, and in Windsor, Ontario, where truckers, farmers and their supporters are blocking access to the border for commercial traffic as a protest against lockdown restrictions, including cross-border vaccine mandates for long haul truckers.

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

Gerald Butts Threatens to Sue Jordan Peterson, Peterson Says Bring it

After trading barbs on Twitter for three days, prominent psychologist and author Dr. Jordan B. Peterson has told Trudeau crony Gerald Butts to go ahead and try to sue him for defamation.

“I gave Dr. Peterson three chances and a week to clean up his own room,” said Butts in a tweet on Wednesday. “He declined, so he’ll be hearing from my legal counsel shortly.”

Butts, who was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s principal secretary before resigning during the SNC-Lavalin scandal in 2019, said that all proceeds after legal fees are paid will be donated to women’s domestic violence shelters in Ottawa.

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

Mass Ticketing of Peaceful Protesters in Milk River, Alberta

Wednesday evening, police rolled into Milk River, Alberta, in a substantial show of force and started issuing tickets to protesters who remained on the scene.

Protesters have been gathering in Milk River in support of the ongoing border standoff with truckers and farmers at the border in Coutts, just 20km away.

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

MP Blasts Liberals for Treating Unvaxxed Soldiers Worse Than Serial Killer/Rapist

Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) MP Cheryl Gallant grilled Liberal defence minister Anita Anand over the military’s disgraceful treatment of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members who choose to not receive their COVID-19 shots.

During a meeting of the Commons national defence committee on Wednesday, Gallant accused the Trudeau government of going harder on unvaccinated soldiers than on convicted serial killer and rapist former CAF colonel and Russell Williams.

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

Ontario’s Top Doctor Says Timeline to Lift All COVID-19 Health Measures is Coming Soon

Amid widespread “Freedom Convoy” protests over vaccine mandates throughout Canada, Ontario’s top doctor says that a timeline for lifting every COVID-19 measure in the province is in the works. It could be ready as early as next week.

Speaking at a Thursday media briefing, Dr. Kieran Moore was asked when the public can expect an update on when measures, including mask mandates and vaccine passports, will be lifted.

Ontario’s previous timeline on lifting some public measures had an estimate of March 14, but masking and proof of vaccinations were not part of that timeline and have yet to be given.

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

Ottawa Arson Hoax: Fire Not Connected With Convoy Protests

This article provides a chronological summary of events including the initial claim, notable reactions and Jonathan Kay’s involvement in debunking the initial claims.

On February 6, Ottawa resident Matias Munoz posted something shocking on Twitter, resulting in rumours, plenty of conversation and police involvement.

In a long thread, he detailed his account of an alleged arson at his apartment building, including several still shots from the building’s video surveillance footage.

In a nutshell, he stated that around 5 a.m., two male arsonists brought a package of fire starter bricks into Munoz’s building’s lobby and proceeded to tape up the door handles so no one could get in or out.

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

Ottawa Police Issue Warning Truckers: ‘Immediately’ End Protest or Face Arrest

Ottawa police issued a warning Wednesday afternoon to the Freedom Convoy demonstrators: stop blocking the streets or face criminal charges. This comes after the federal government already made clear that it is not willing to invoke emergency powers to handle the protest.

The warning was issued via a press release titled Message to Demonstrators from the Ottawa Police Service and comes on the 13th day of the protest, as multiple big rig trucks remain in the Canadian capital’s downtown core.

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

Poll Shows Trust in Media, Government at All-Time Low

The 2022 Proof Strategies CanTrustIndex has arrived, and it’s not looking good for the government or the legacy media.

Trust in traditional institutions has declined steadily over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the poll found.

The index surveyed over 1,500 Canadians from Jan. 4 to Jan. 14.

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

Protesters Support B.C. College Student Arrested After Not Wearing a Mask

Most people don’t equate being arrested with getting their college education, but that is a reality for Leo Hendricks, a business student who was attending Douglas College in New Westminster, British Columbia.

After recently refusing to wear a mask, for which he says he is exempt from, Hendricks was arrested in class by three officers, one of whom, contrary to B.C.’s Police Act regulations, refused to fully identify herself.

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

Protesters Troll Cops With Empty Jerry Cans in Ottawa

In the wake of the events surrounding the Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa, the mayor decided to declare a state of emergency to prevent people from providing fuel to the truckers, as well as an injunction that made it illegal to honk your horn in the city. Even before this all came into effect, there were already several reports of police seizing gas cans.

Several images made the rounds on the internet and confirmed that Ottawa police officers were indeed confiscating jerry cans. For many, this measure was unacceptable and cruel, so the idea was launched to walk around the city with empty gas cans to troll the police in a peaceful way in support of the truckers.

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

Province Gets Court Order Choking Off Donations Meant to Fund Truck Protesters

The Ontario government moved to choke off funding to convoy protesters Thursday, successfully seeking a court order preventing anyone from using the millions of dollars raised for the convoy through the fundraising platform GiveSendGo.

In a statement, Ivana Yelich, spokesperson for Premier Doug Ford, said the province’s attorney general brought an application in the Superior Court of Justice for an order of restraint “prohibiting ay person from disposing of, or otherwise dealing with, in any manner whatsoever, any and all monetary donations made through the Freedom Convoy 2022 and Adopt-a-Trucker campaign pages on the GiveSendGo online fundraising platform.”

The order was issued by the court Thursday afternoon.

[Comment: The court order is not worthy of respect.]

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

Quebec City’s Nighttime Convoy Protest Attracts Police Attention and Intimidation

Last Saturday, Quebec City had one of its biggest demonstrations! It was in the wake of the Freedom Convoy 2022, which saw truckers from all parts of Quebec flocking to the capital in support of the Ottawa convoy, which has been ongoing for almost two weeks now.

Unlike in Ottawa, where the festivities continue late into the evening, the police’s motto here seemed to be to get people out as soon as possible and clear the road.

I met with a few protesters who shared with me some of the interactions they had with the police and how they perceived the police in Quebec City compared to the rest of Canada.

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Steinbach School Moves to Remote Learning for a Day After Restriction Protest Outside Its Doors

A school in the southern Manitoba school division is moving to remote learning on Friday after a protest against pandemic restrictions in front of the building resulted in a hold-and-secure situation on Thursday.

Steinbach Regional Secondary School posted on its website at 11:30 a.m. that because of a protest outside the building, the school was under a hold and secure, which means exterior doors are locked and students stay in their classes with their teachers.

Exterior doors were being monitored by staff and RCMP are at the school, the post said.

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Third US-Canada Border Crossing Blocked by ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protests

A third border crossing between the U.S. and Canada has been blocked by the “Freedom Convoy” protest by truck drivers in Canada.

“A demonstration involving a large number of vehicles & farm equipment is blocking the Emerson Port of Entry,” the Royal Canadian Mountain Police in Manitoba tweeted Thursday morning, referring to the border to North Dakota.

“No traffic is getting through either northbound or southbound. The Port of Entry is shut down. Please avoid the area. #rcmpmb is on scene,” it added.

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Trudeau Says Restrictions Are Needed to Prevent Further Restrictions

This week a Liberal MP criticized the COVID-19 mandates in Canada and accused his party of divisive rhetoric. In response, Prime Minister Trudeau oddly said the restrictions (such as vaccine passports) were necessary to avoid restrictions in the future.

Liberal MP Joel Lightbound criticized his party for not having a clear “roadmap” out of restrictions. He added that he was not the only person tired of the government’s handling of the pandemic, arguing that the government was using the restrictions to “wedge and stigmatize” those who are not complying.

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Watch: Tucker Carlson Blasts Justin Trudeau for Vilifying ‘Freedom Convoy’ Protesters as Racists

Fox News host Tucker Carlson took to the airwaves today to blast Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his continued vilification of the “Freedom Convoy” truck drivers protesting vaccine and mask mandates at the Canadian capital of Ottawa.

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Watch: Trudeau Walks Out of Question Period—again

During Thursday’s question period in the Canadian Parliament, Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie stood up to speak, and as she did so, Trudeau also stood up and walked off of the House floor.

Kusie was asking the government point-blank why they weren’t starting to lift COVID regulations like many other countries around the world are now doing. At this point it’s unclear if the Prime Minister left the room in protest of what Kusie was saying, or for some other reason.

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Watch: CNN Fears Freedom Convoy ‘Inspiring Others Across the Globe’

On Thursday morning, CNN correspondent Rosemary Church and Associate Professor Stephanie Carvin were talking about the Freedom Convoy and worried about the movement taking on an international character.

Both parties were concerned about the movement “spreading” to other countries, and wondered why nobody has put a stop to this sooner.

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Watch: NDP Leader Calls for Federal Plan to Exit Pandemic, Demands Leadership From Trudeau

New Democrat leader Jagmeet Singh called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to create a plan that will guide the Canada out of the COVID-19 pandemic during a virtual press conference on Thursday.

Singh specifically pointed to Trudeau’s complete lack of leadership during the initial Ottawa convoy, and now at several border crossings, including the busiest border crossing in North America by trade volume, the Ambassador Bridge that connects Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario.

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‘Beginning of the End’ — Poland Upbeat About Lifting COVID Restrictions

Polish Health Minister Adam Niedzielski announced that the peak of the fifth coronavirus wave was behind Poland as a decrease in number of Covid-19 infections was recorded for the second week in a row

“I hope that in March we will be able to make bold decisions on lifting restrictions. We are dealing with the beginning of the end of the pandemic,” Niedzielski announced.

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Blockades by Virus Protest Convoys Banned in Paris, Brussels

PARIS — Authorities in France and Belgium on Thursday banned road blockades threatened by groups organizing online against COVID-19 restrictions, in part inspired by protesters in Canada.

Citing “risks of trouble to public order,” the Paris police department banned protests aimed at “blocking the capital” from Friday through Monday. Police will put measures in place to protect roads and detain violators.

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Czech Government to Lift Most Coronavirus Measures by March, But Face Masks Will Remain

The Czech Republic will soon scrap the majority of its coronavirus measures, with only a minimum of restrictions remaining in place from March, the country’s prime minister, Petr Fiala, has announced.

It is expected that the wearing of face masks indoors will remain mandatory dependent on the development of the pandemic, which is estimated to be culminating in recent days. However, the requirement of Covid-19 passports for example, in restaurants, will be a thing of the past from Thursday.

After Wednesday’s government meeting, Prime Minister Petr Fiala announced that the number of participants in mass cultural and sports events would also gradually increase. Next week, blanket testing in companies and schools will also end.

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Finnish Politician Forced to Step Down for Saying Ukraine Should Not Join NATO

Despite Finland long resisting calls to be put on a path to joining NATO (though closely cooperating with the military alliance), a political scandal has emerged this week after a top Finnish politician stated that it should be made clear that Ukraine will not joint NATO.

Member of the Finns Party Mika Niikko was forced to step down as parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee chair over a Tuesday morning tweet. He stated while French President Emmanuel Macron was in Moscow meeting Putin that the French leader “should say publicly that Ukraine will not become a member of NATO.”

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Former Papal Nuncio to U.S. Denounces ‘Psycho-Pandemic Farce’

ROME — The former papal nuncio to the U.S., Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, has denounced a “global coup” carried out by the “globalist elite” that seeks to stifle basic human freedoms.

In a hard-hitting letter of support this week to protesting Canadian truck drivers in their “freedom convoy,” Archbishop Viganò calls for a rejection of conformism and a commitment to fight for basic freedoms lost during the coronavirus pandemic.

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France: The Kurt Zouma Controversy

A leaked video shows Premier League footballer Kurt Zouma and his friend kicking a cat, throwing objects at it and punching it in the face.

But he’s black, so racism is the bigger issue, according to idiots.

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France: The Trogneux Mystery

The First Lady of France could end the suspense of the disappearance of Jean-Michel Trogneux in the blink of an eye, by appearing in the simplest of clothes: A birth suit. Especially since the French are not overly sensitive about nudity.

Obviously, in the case at hand, it would be a less appealing prospect, but the only effective one to put an end to the gossip.

In order to pay tribute to the unexplained disappearance of Jean-Michel Trogneux, the “brother” of Brigittte Macron, a promotional operation has been launched: That of the Perruques Jaunes, the Yellow Wigs.

Rumours persist that the French Head of the State who wants to “piss off” his fellow countrymen, had been the object of statutory rape by his drama teacher at the age of 14. On Saturday, February 12, 2022 and during the whole campaign, freedom demonstrations will be marked by Yellow Wigs.

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Hungary Rejects Additional NATO Troops

Hungary does not want additional NATO troops in the country, as its own armed forces provide an adequate defense, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjartó told Euronews in an interview.

Speaking about NATO troop deployments to other Central and Eastern European countries, he said there is no need for that in Hungary.

“No, we have not agreed and we will not agree. This is because there are already NATO troops in the country, the Hungarian Armed Forces.”

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New UK Brexit Minister Wants British Public to Tell Him Which EU Regulations He Should Scrap

The U.K.’s newly-appointed minister in charge of realizing the opportunities of Brexit has called on members of the public to contact him and tell him which bureaucratic Brussels’ regulations they want scrapped.

In a column for Britain’s largest-selling tabloid “The Sun,” Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg implored readers to write to him with legislation they would like to be abolished.

“You are the ones who know the red tape which binds your hands,” the North East Somerset MP told readers, prompting them to let him know of the regulations “which make life harder for small businesses, which shut out competition, or simply increase the cost of operating.”

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Poll Shows Macron Would Win French Election, With Le Pen in Second

If the presidential election in France would take place now, the current president, Emmanuel Macron, would once again become the head of the state, according to a survey by Harris Interactive for the Challenges economic server. The poll also shows that National Rally leader Marine Le Pen would end up second.

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Swiss Freedom Convoy to Bern Was Indirectly Successful

Hundreds of cars, trucks and mobile homes drove towards Bern this week to block the federal capital. The police prevented this protest against the Corona measures by blocking the city.

The Bern cantonal police spoke of “a total of over 200 vehicles”. No one knows how many cars, trucks and mobile homes really arrived from all over Switzerland on Monday. Bern was the destination of the various convoys.

From 4:00 pm, the numerous vehicles was supposed to arrive in Bern and block the city and especially the Bundesplatz. The various convoys from all over Switzerland coordinated their arrival using the “Zello” walkie-talkie app.

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Biden Warns Americans in Ukraine to ‘Leave Now’ Ahead of Potential Russian Invasion

President Biden urged Americans in Ukraine to “leave now” in a preview of an interview with Lester Holt and NBC aired on Thursday.

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Multiculturalism is a “Sickness”

A recently revealed DoD report says China views the west’s embrace of multiculturalism and wokeism as a “sickness” that will ultimately bring about its collapse.

Beijing sees the the United States’ obsession with racism and white guilt as a “strategic vulnerability” that will lead to its downfall.

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Scientists Discover Genetic Material Suggesting COVID Came From Chinese Lab

Scientists in Hungary examining a unique variant of COVID-19 have discovered genetic material that suggests the strain was being examined in a Chinese lab, bolstering the lab leak theory.

The researchers “found traces of a unique variant of coronavirus while examining DNA from soil from Antarctica that had been sent to the firm Sangon Biotech in Shanghai,” reports the Daily Mail.

Genetic material from Chinese hamsters and green monkeys was also discovered, “which may suggest the virus was being examined in a lab, using either the animals themselves or their cells,” according to the report.

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New Zealand: Ex-MP Matt King Heading for Anti-Mandate Protest

The anti-Covid-19 vaccine mandate protest outside Parliament has entered a fourth day on Friday, with police preparing for demonstrations to continue through the weekend.

All protesters at Parliament were trespassed on Thursday but they didn’t all leave with some camping overnight and remaining on site on Friday.

Former National MP Matt King is heading to Parliament for the “Parliament dance party” planned for Saturday night. He will be joining protesters at the place where he used to work.

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Three Doses Required to be ‘Up to Date’ in Australia

The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) has updated its advice on booster shots as expected after weeks of lobbying by some state premiers.

Any Australian who is 16 or older will be required to keep their Covid vaccination schedule ‘up to date’ to be considered ‘fully vaccinated’. Currently, this will mean three shots of an approved vaccination.

Six months after the second dose, a person’s vaccination will be considered ‘out of date’. ATAGI’s recommendation does not apply to children, who will continue to be considered fully vaccinated after two doses.

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Watch: Two More COVID Fines Thrown Out of Melbourne Court

A Melbourne grandmother is relieved her ordeal is finally over after Rebel News helped her have her unlawful fines thrown out of court.

In late 2020, Anastasia and her daughter were caught up in confronting scenes as police violently enforced Chief Health Officer (CHO) Brett Sutton’s orders on the streets of Melbourne.

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Doctor Who Discovered Omicron Variant Says She Was Pressured to Not Reveal it Was Mild

The South African doctor who first discovered the Omicron variant says she was pressured by European governments to not reveal that it was mild.

Angelique Coetzee let slip the bombshell revelation during an interview with Germany’s Welt.

“I was told not to state publicly that it was a mild illness. I have been asked to refrain from making such statements and to say that it is a serious illness. I declined,” she said.

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Afghan Arrested for Rape of 11-Year-Old Girl in Germany

German police are investigating a case of brutal rape of an 11-year-old girl. The case took place in January in the palace garden in the town of Neustrelitz in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

According to Andreas Lins, spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office, the alleged perpetrator is already in custody.

The victim received medical treatment after the incident but is no longer in the hospital, stated Lins.

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Illegals Who Piloted Migrant Boats to Britain Have Convictions Overturned

Seven illegal migrants have exploited a British legal loophole and had their people-smuggling convictions quashed, as despite steering boats full of migrants into the UK they are supposedly protected from prosecution under asylum law.

On Tuesday seven male illegal migrants had convictions for facilitating illegal entry into the UK overturned in Britain’s Court of Appeal, with the court ruling that the Home Office and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) had misunderstood the law.

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Italian Minister Denies Migration Link to Milan NYE Sex Attacks

Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese has denied that migration had a role during the Milan News Year’s Eve sex attacks, despite several suspects being migrants, while others are second-generation immigrants.

Interior Minister Lamorgese spoke about the New Year’s Eve attacks this week, remarking that it was wrong to link migration and violence. She said: “Those who have used violence are boys, second-generation citizens, Italians even by birth so I would not combine the immigration discourse with violence, which unfortunately also occurs on the part of Italian citizens.”

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Left-Wing NGOs Beg Brussels to Halt Construction of Poland’s Border Wall With Belarus

A number of left-wing non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have appealed to the European Commission, urging them to stop the construction of Poland’s border wall due to the effect it may have on the local environment.

The Granica Group, which describes itself as “a social movement that opposes the government’s responses to the events taking place on the Polish-Belarusian border,” tweeted on Tuesday that it had filed three letters of appeal with the European Commission in Brussels, claimed to have been signed by 150 organizations “all calling for the cessation of the construction of the border wall.”

Construction of the wall commenced in late January, with contractors taking no time at all in preparing the foundations for the 186-kilometer barrier on its eastern border with Belarus.

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Migrant-Smuggling Minibus Driver Arrested After Fleeing Crash in Central Hungary

Hungarian authorities have arrested a Serbian national accused of driving a minibus full of illegal migrants, before crashing the vehicle and fleeing the scene.

A manhunt was launched for the driver of the minibus after 26 migrants were located near to the crashed vehicle in Pest County, central Hungary on Wednesday morning, according to Hungarian police.

The vehicle was found by a truck driver, who alerted local police. Upon arriving at the scene, the group of migrants, some of whom had sustained injuries from the collision, had fled from the vicinity. All 26 were later apprehended by authorities.

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Serbia Intercepts Hundreds of Migrants Bound for EU

Hundreds of illegal migrants heading for the European Union were intercepted by Serbian authorities this week, according to reports.

Officers were deployed to round up “several hundred” migrants in northern Serbia, the Ministry of Internal Affairs announced on Monday.

The migrants were transported to asylum centers around the country, Radio Slobodna Evropa reports.

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CT Middle School Admits Pizza Assignment Using Toppings as Metaphors for Sexual Acts Was a ‘Mistake’

A Connecticut middle school is under fire after it said an assignment asking eighth-graders to compare their favorite pizza toppings to their sexual preferences was sent out as a “mistake.”

At John F. Kennedy Middle School in Enfield, students were recently given an assignment titled “Pizza & Consent,” according to Parents Defending Education.

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8 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/10/2022

  1. GiveSendGo actually seems to be an organization with balls.

    Telling some fat-cat political appointee “judge” to shove it: way to go.

  2. “Czech Government to Lift Most Coronavirus Measures by March, But Face Masks Will Remain”

    Honestly? Barely anybody is wearing them anymore anyway. Most people wear it under their nose or chin, many others have opted for a surgical mask, and there are more and more who don’t wear a mask at all and security workers at malls or public transport drivers just don’t care about checking anymore. Of course, there’s some people who still wear it the moment they step out their home, to the moment where they come back (who knows, maybe they even wear it indoors), but that’s their choice.

  3. On this day 11th of February 1945, the Yalta Conference came to an end.
    USA,UK betrayed alliance Poland whos Sons give a Life in Battle for England and on others 2 World War Battle fields..
    USA, UK freely sold Poland and CEE to Masonic-Comunist Devil Joseph Stalin and Soviet Russia..
    That was a Certificate of Incorporation for Reign of Communism World wide..
    We are currently experiencing an effect of this act..
    It was and it is a Cornerstone of today Globalism and destruction of World and Culture we know last few thousand years..
    Old Free Masons Dream of ” one Man and one Race under a Sun ” is achieved..
    Yes..Churchil,Rosevelt,Stalin where Masons..
    We Christians will survive this Demonic Plan od Devil , to erase Sons of God from Universe..
    Take a good look on the faces ,those satisfied Masons together..Clear vacuum of Soul and Humanity on them..
    Take a good look on the background and all those Demons..
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FLUH0jeXwAAew3Z?format=jpg&name=medium

  4. Rules of Law in Western Democracy..
    You are such a Hypocrites in the West..Regards from Poland..
    I can’t believe i participate personally in this shame and shambles last 35 years..
    But i/m free now to express my mind..No Thought Police here in Poland..

  5. What’s ” cooking ” in Poland..Two years ago, crowds of young people took to the streets of Polish cities, denying the right to life to children with Down syndrome (pre-natal Abortions) and trying to enforce the lawfulness of murder on the state (Abortion). It was then that postontological devastation and conceptual distortion in teenagers manifested themselves. What we call the departure of young people from the Church is in fact the breaking of conceptual continuity. We don’t understand each other because the basic concepts mean something completely different to us. It is precisely the restoration of their true meaning to concepts that is the best response to what we associate with the departure of young people from values.

    The concepts I am writing about are derived from classical knowledge protected by realistic philosophy. While we have Marxism on the one side, the alternative to it is Realistic philosophy. There is no other way but to allow young people to confront these two sources: Marxist and realist. We no longer have the same conceptual apparatus that would connect the generations. If we are to meet our children and not lose them, we must find communication with them, that is, establish the same concept apparatus, so that the definitions remain valid. The devil is afraid of this confrontation, because it will give young people a tool to recognize manipulation. Hence the postulate that bishops as soon as possible initiate interdisciplinary research institutes on neo-Marxism and neoliberalism, their connections and their use in an atheoretical imperial order. The greatest difficulty is to recognize post-Marxism and its connections with neoliberalism in the field that cannot be explained in the course of logical reasoning, because both doctrines abolish the process of freedom, relationality in the community, and win mutual recognition from different starting points for one goal, which has the character of destructive destruction. The apparent contradiction and their mutual relationship arouse the greatest surprise and surprise – they must be thoroughly analyzed by the theological and anthropological instruments of Christianity.

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