Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/12/2022

Police in Windsor, Ontario began enforcing the court injunction, surrounding protesters at the Ambassador Bridge and towing vehicles, with the help of tow trucks brought in from the US side. Some police wore military-style uniforms and carried sniper rifles, with several of them visible on nearby rooftops. However, the protesters were reinforced with new arrivals during the day, and the bridge remains blocked by the truckers. Meanwhile, a former city council candidate in St. Catherines, Ontario demanded that lethal force be used to remove the protesters. Also, a blockade has begun at the Blue Water Bridge in Sarnia, Ontario. American truckers are gathering under the bridge on the other side, in Port Huron, Michigan.

In other news, according to intelligence experts, more than half a million Afghans left the country after the fall of Kabul last year and are heading for Europe and the British Isles.

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Financial Crisis
» EU Raises Inflation Forecasts on Supply Disruptions, Energy Crisis
» Polish Economy Expected to Grow at Faster Rate Than EU Average Over Next Two Years
 
USA
» 5-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Stabbed to Death by Mother in Bedford Heights Saturday Night
» ACLU Demands Judge Rule Against Youngkin’s Order to Lift School Mask Mandate
» After New Texas Law Requiring ID Information on Absentee Ballots — 28% of Mail-in Ballots in Primary Rejected
» Antifa Terrorist With Pipe Bomb Who Targeted Jan. 6 Patriot Event is Released From Jail Without Posting Bond — While J-6er Jeremy Brown is Still Held in Same Jail on Misdemeanor Charge
» Auditor Bryan Geels Identified Nearly 100,000 Ballots in Georgia That Were Invalid — Raffensperger Blew it Off, Misrepresented the Data, And Certified the 2020 Election Anyways
» Clinton Campaign Paid to ‘Infiltrate’ Trump Tower, White House Servers to Link Trump to Russia: Durham
» DeSantis Says Parents Should Have the Right to Sue School Districts That ‘Flouted Law’ By Mandating Masks
» Developing: Freedom Trucker Convoy Gathers on US Side of Border Under Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, Michigan (Video)
» House GOP Introduces ‘HUNTER Act’ To Ban Federal Dollars From Funding Crack Pipes
» LinkedIn Blocked Links to Natural Immunity Data
» Michigan GOP Fires Back as Dem Whitmer Blasts ‘Freedom Convoy’
» New Documentary Says Critical Race Theory is in Utah Schools
» Obama White House Doctor: “Why Won’t Biden Take a Cognitive Exam Like President Trump Did?”
» Petition Asks Chicago School to Reinstate Fired Teacher Whose ‘N-Word’ Clip Was Shared Online
» Pfizer Suddenly Withdraws Application to Jab Small Children, Babies
» States Push to Ease Access to Ivermectin, Other COVID Treatments That Establishment Blocked
» Texas Sophomore and Illinois Senior High School Students Tragically Pass Away After Collapsing During Basketball Games on Same Night (Video)
» Trump on Freedom Convoy: ‘Mandates Are Very, Very Bad — You Can Push People So Far’
» Wisconsin Supreme Court Lets Ban on Ballot Drop Boxes Stand in April
 
Canada
» Authorities: Protesters in Stalemate Over Ambassador Bridge Blockade; Arrest Made
» Breaking: Ontario Police Move in on Truckers Blockading Ambassador Bridge
» Canada is Slipping Further Down the Slope to Tyranny
» Convoy Protesters React to Increasing Enforcement at Ambassador Bridge
» Coutts Alberta Border Blockade Remains Calm as Prime Minister Threatens Action to Clear Protests
» Freedom Protesters May Spell the End of Trudeau’s Career: Poll
» Hundreds Gather at Vaccine-Mandate Rallies in Halifax
» ‘I’m Proud of the Truckers’ Says Canadian Conservative Leadership Candidate
» Mayor Accuses Truckers of ‘Economic Terrorism’ As Another Canadian Blockade Formed
» On the Ground at the Ambassador Bridge Border Blockade
» Ottawa Convoy Protest Enters Third Week in Nation’s Capital
» Police Descend on Ambassador Bridge Protesters Saturday Morning
» PPC Voters Prefer Pierre Poilievre Over Maxime Bernier: Poll
» Protesters Continue to Blockade Major Canada-U.S. Border Crossing in Manitoba
» Protesters Against Pandemic Measures Rally at Montreal’s Jarry Park
» Raw: Ambassador Bridge Standoff Continues
» Shocking Legal Update: Pastor Artur Faces Historical Charges
» ‘Use Lethal Force’: Failed City Council Candidate Calls for the Killing of Convoy Protesters
» Vaccine-Mandate Protest Rolls Through Downtown Charlottetown
» Vancouver Radio Host Kicked Off the Air After Supporting Freedom Protesters
» Veterans Remove Barricade, Clean Up National War Memorial in Ottawa
» Watch: Veterans Protesting for Freedom Slam Trudeau Government for Barricading War Memorial in Ottawa
» Watch: Bill Maher Slams Trudeau for Smearing Freedom Protesters
» Watch: Joe Rogan Blasts Trudeau for ‘Demonizing’ Unvaccinated Canadians
 
Europe and the EU
» Austrian Police Ban ‘Freedom Convoy’ From Vienna
» EU Investigates Reports of Menstrual Disorders After mRNA COVID Shots
» ‘Fanatical Doomsday Sect’ German Climate Activists Block Pregnant Woman in Labour
» France: Paris Police Fire Tear Gas to Disperse Banned Virus Protest
» Free Speech in the UK?
» Google Analytics in Its Current Form is a Privacy Law Violation, France Rules
» Hungary Pays Tax Refund to Families With Young Children
» Italian Cities Turn Off Lights to Protest Rising Energy Prices
» New French Riot Police Unit Violently Repress Anti-Vaccine March
» Norway Lifts Almost All Remaining Coronavirus Restrictions
» The Czech Senate Retains Its Pride in by Rejecting Government’s Pandemic Law Overreach
» UK: Diane Abbott Accuses ‘Gung Ho’ Western Allies of Wanting to Start Another War With Russia
» UK: Insane: “Burgers Come With a Dose of Misogyny”: ‘Vegan Feminist’ Carol Adams Claims Meat is Linked to “White Supremacism” And “Racism” During Unhinged Oxford Debate — (Video)
 
Russia
» War Drums: New US ‘Intel’ Suggests Russia Invasion of Ukraine Imminent
 
South Asia
» India: Pregnant Woman Stabbed to Death in Gujarat
 
Australia — Pacific
» Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate for Freedom From Tyrannical Government Outside Parliament House in Canberra, Australia (Video)
» New Zealand’s COVID Cops Fail to Disperse Freedom Convoy With 80s Music
 
Immigration
» Cyprus’ Small City of Chlorakas Experiences Influx of Migrants
» More Than 500,000 Afghan Migrants Are Heading for Europe and the Channel Coast as Intelligence Chiefs Discuss How to Tackle Exodus
 
Culture Wars
» Adele Accused of Transphobia for Saying She “Loves Being a Woman” At Brits Awards (Video)
» Reporting on Inmates’ Gender Identity to be Disallowed Under New Washington State Bill
 

EU Raises Inflation Forecasts on Supply Disruptions, Energy Crisis

The European Commission on Thursday raised its inflation expectations for this year, but is still expecting prices to move below the European Central Bank’s target of 2% in 2023.

The Brussels-based institution said inflation will hit 3.5% this year from a November forecast of 2.2%.

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Polish Economy Expected to Grow at Faster Rate Than EU Average Over Next Two Years

Poland’s economy continued to defy expectations in the second half of 2021 and is expected to enjoy a growth rate significantly higher than the EU average in the next two years, according to an economic forecast published by the European Commission.

In the EU executive’s Winter 2022 forecast, Poland confirmed its resilience in the face of coronavirus and disrupted supply chains, posting a 2.1-percent increase in the third quarter of last year, “mainly due to the gradual loosening of pandemic restrictions,” according to the Commission report.

It estimated that Poland’s GDP growth increased by 5.7 percent last year, whereas earlier forecasts had predicted a rise of just 4.9 percent. The Commission forecasts that this year Poland’s GDP will increase by 5.5 percent, and by 4.2 percent in 2023.

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

5-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Stabbed to Death by Mother in Bedford Heights Saturday Night

BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio (WOIO) — A 5-year-old girl is dead after she was allegedly stabbed by his mother Saturday night in the 5300 block of Northfield Road.

Police responded to the Southgate Towers at approximately 6:30 p.m., after being notified a child had been stabbed at that location.

They arrived to find E’nijah Noell Holland dead on the floor in the bedroom.

She had sustained multiple stab wounds, police said.

Police then arrested E’nijah’s mother, Menokka Karr Nealy, 29, who was still at the apartment.

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s office responded to the scene and took custody of the body…

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ACLU Demands Judge Rule Against Youngkin’s Order to Lift School Mask Mandate

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Virginia has filed a request for a preliminary injunction to block Gov. Glenn Younkin’s order to lift the COVID-19 mask mandate in the state’s schools, a week after it filed a complaint in federal court challenging the Republican governor’s executive action.

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After New Texas Law Requiring ID Information on Absentee Ballots — 28% of Mail-in Ballots in Primary Rejected

Texas instituted a law that all absentee ballots must include an identification number with the filing. As a result over a quarter of ballots to date have been returned in a primary there.

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Antifa Terrorist With Pipe Bomb Who Targeted Jan. 6 Patriot Event is Released From Jail Without Posting Bond — While J-6er Jeremy Brown is Still Held in Same Jail on Misdemeanor Charge

As Cara Castronuova reported earlier at The Gateway Pundit — An Antifa member with a bomb was arrested on January 6th at a political rally in Florida. The suspect, Garrett James Smith, was seen running away before he was apprehended by police and caught with a backpack containing a pipe bomb, a gas mask, pepper spray, smoke rockets, and flammable rags. He also carried a “Direct Action” Checklist (see photos below).

Smith was there to counter-protest a rally organized by Trump Supporters outside of Pinellas County Jail to demand the release of Political Prisoner Jeremy Brown, who remains in jail with no bail in Florida. Brown is a decorated U.S. Army special forces soldier. Brown refused to agree to be an FBI informant during the Jan. 6 riots so they arrested him months later on misdemeanor trespassing charges. Jeremy Brown was standing outside the US Capitol on Jan. 6 and inside the invisible No-Go zone so he was later arrested. Brown currently sits in jail without human rights, and without trial on a misdemeanor trespassing charge.

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

Auditor Bryan Geels Identified Nearly 100,000 Ballots in Georgia That Were Invalid — Raffensperger Blew it Off, Misrepresented the Data, And Certified the 2020 Election Anyways

Bryan Geels identified nearly 100,000 ballots that should not have been included in the 2020 Election in Georgia. Secretary of State Raffensperger discounted Geels’s results, certified the election results for Job Biden with a 10,000 voter margin even though the standard of proof in an election contest in Georgia is doubt.

In the presentation with Garland Favorito at VoterGA on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, a special guest was introduced by the name of Bryan Geels. Mr. Geels was hired by the Trump team in Georgia to review the results of the 2020 Election in that state. The Trump team sued the Georgia Secretary of State who certified the fraudulent results.

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Clinton Campaign Paid to ‘Infiltrate’ Trump Tower, White House Servers to Link Trump to Russia: Durham

First on Fox: Lawyers for the Clinton campaign paid a technology company to “infiltrate” servers belonging to Trump Tower, and later the White House, in order to establish an “inference” and “narrative” to bring to government agencies linking Donald Trump to Russia, a filing from Special Counsel John Durham says.

Durham filed a motion on Feb. 11 focused on potential conflicts of interest related to the representation of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, who has been charged with making a false statement to a federal agent. Sussman has pleaded not guilty.

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DeSantis Says Parents Should Have the Right to Sue School Districts That ‘Flouted Law’ By Mandating Masks

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis voiced opposition to legislation that would strip funds that implemented mask mandates and instead suggested that parents should have the right to sue over the harm that masking caused their children.

“Rather than take money that may penalize a teacher or student because of the actions of some union-controlled school board members, my view would be — let’s not do that,” DeSantis said in a Friday news conference, according to the Tampa Bay Times. “But what you could do is say, any parent whose kid was illegally forced masked this year in Florida, in any of those districts, they should have the right to sue if their kids have any negative effects of it.”

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Developing: Freedom Trucker Convoy Gathers on US Side of Border Under Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, Michigan (Video)

A trucker convoy protesting vaccine mandates on Saturday gathered on the US side of the border under Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, Michigan.

People trying to cross into Canada were redirected to the Blue Water Bridge after the Freedom Convoy created a blockade on the Ambassador Bridge.

According to WXYZ, delays reached 9 hours at Blue Water Bridge because the number of semis crossing through doubled.

A Freedom Convoy of truckers is now forming on the US side of the border at Blue Water Bridge that connects to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.

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House GOP Introduces ‘HUNTER Act’ To Ban Federal Dollars From Funding Crack Pipes

A pair of Republicans in Congress has introduced the “Halting the Use of Narcotics Through Effective Recovery Act of 2022,” also known as the “HUNTER Act,” a jab at President Joe Biden’s admitted crack addict son, Hunter Biden.

Reps. Lauren Boebert of Colorado and Dan Bishop of North Carolina authored the new legislation to ban federal taxpayer dollars from funding crack pipes, needles, and other drug-related paraphernalia, according to a Fox News exclusive.

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LinkedIn Blocked Links to Natural Immunity Data

A Professor of Surgery at John Hopkins, Dr. Marty Makary, said that a research letter he helped author was censored by LinkedIn for violating the platform’s “Professional Community Policies.” The post was reinstated later “after a friend complained to the CEO.”

The censored post contained a link to a research letter published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The letter is a study Makary conducted about the “prevalence and Durability of SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies Among Unvaccinated US Adults.”

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Michigan GOP Fires Back as Dem Whitmer Blasts ‘Freedom Convoy’

Some Michigan Republicans spoke out in support of Canadian truckers Friday as the “Freedom Convoy” against vaccine mandates reached the Ambassador Bridge connecting Canada and Detroit.

The GOP remarks contrasted sharply with those from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat who blasted the “Freedom Convoy” as “an illegal blockade.”

Among the Michigan Republicans backing the truckers was former Detroit police Chief James Craig, who is looking to unseat Whitmer as governor. On Friday, Craig accused Whitmer and President Biden of “demonizing the truckers,” according to the Detroit News.

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New Documentary Says Critical Race Theory is in Utah Schools

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A new documentary, financed in part by a Utah state lawmaker, says critical race theory has seeped into curriculum and teacher training for Utah public schools.

“There’s the oppressed, and then there are the oppressors — that’s what it comes down to with critical race theory,” said Brandon Beckham, a member of the Utah GOP governing body, state Senate candidate, and the director of “Marxism Identity — The Rise of Critical Race Theory.”

In an exclusive interview with 2News prior to a private showing at the Gateway Megaplex on Friday evening, Beckham said the film cites specific examples of CRT in Utah.

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Obama White House Doctor: “Why Won’t Biden Take a Cognitive Exam Like President Trump Did?”

Joe Biden is still yet to take a cognitive exam.

Joe Biden got his first White House physical back in November but no cognitive exam was done — despite widespread evidence Biden’s cognitive ability is failing.

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Petition Asks Chicago School to Reinstate Fired Teacher Whose ‘N-Word’ Clip Was Shared Online

A social studies teacher at the Mother McAuley High School in Chicago was fired for using the n-word in class after a video clip went viral and social media users called for her to be fired.

Mary DeVoto used the term to teach a lesson on racism and explain how other words, in her belief, are as offensive.

A petition with more than 4,000 signatures is asking for her reinstatement.

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Pfizer Suddenly Withdraws Application to Jab Small Children, Babies

Pfizer only made the submission last week to vaccinate children from age four to six months old.

But no doubt due to massive pressure mounting, Pfizer has withdrawn its application to the FDA for authorization on Covid vaccinations for children under the age of five, due to not “enough data”.

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States Push to Ease Access to Ivermectin, Other COVID Treatments That Establishment Blocked

Elected officials are pushing back against medical licensing boards, hospitals and pharmacists who are blocking access to off-label COVID-19 treatments or threatening to investigate doctors for dispensing them.

Several states are considering legislation of varying specificity to authorize dispensing of drugs such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID. One was introduced by a physician-lawmaker under investigation for prescribing ivermectin to COVID patients.

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor announced Tuesday that his office would not prosecute doctors for prescribing FDA-approved drugs for off-label COVID treatment.

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Texas Sophomore and Illinois Senior High School Students Tragically Pass Away After Collapsing During Basketball Games on Same Night (Video)

A 15-year-old high school basketball player from Alto, Texas, and a 17-year-old basketball player in Chicago, Illinois both died on Tuesday night after collapsing during a basketball game.

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Trump on Freedom Convoy: ‘Mandates Are Very, Very Bad — You Can Push People So Far’

During Saturday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Fox & Friends Weekend,” former President Donald Trump reacted to the so-called Freedom Convoy protests underway throughout Canada.

Trump touted vaccine efforts but criticized mandates.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Lets Ban on Ballot Drop Boxes Stand in April

Feb. 12 (UPI) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court has allowed a lower court’s ban on ballot drop boxes to stand for the April election.

In the preliminary 4-3 ruling on Friday, the state Supreme Court’s four conservative justices ruled in favor of the lower court’s ban, and the three liberal-leaning justices voted against it, Politico reported.

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Authorities: Protesters in Stalemate Over Ambassador Bridge Blockade; Arrest Made

Windsor — The departure of vehicles blocking the Ambassador Bridge on Saturday raised hopes that the crossing would finally open after five days, but by evening the crowd protesting against mandatory vaccination for trucks grew near the bridge.

The demonstrators are continuing despite a massive law enforcement presence that has included making arrests, writing tickets and towing vehicles, as they have vowed they would. But as Day 5 of the blockade neared its finish, a stalemate lingered between protesters and the police.

Police enforcement of injunctions has become a point of controversy across Canada. Critics are questioning whether police have been proactive.

In Edmonton, the capital of the province of Alberta, honking continued despite an injunction against protesters. Mayor Amarjeet Sohi told the Edmonton Journal Saturday that “while I can’t direct police, I do encourage them to enforce the injunction.”

Paula Simons, an independent senator from the province of Alberta, asked Saturday night on Twitter: “At what point does the failure or unwillingness of a police service to enforce a court ordered injunction cross over to contempt of court?”

More than 24 hours after the injunction took effect in Windsor, Chris Aikman of Comox Valley, British Columbia wrote: “Ambassador Bridge is still blocked, still no arrests. Looks like the injunction was meant to be fluff. We need to know why.”

Windsor police did not respond to a query on how many arrests had been made…

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Breaking: Ontario Police Move in on Truckers Blockading Ambassador Bridge

Windsor police have begun moving in to disperse the ongoing freedom protest on Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit, Michigan, to Windsor, Ontario. This comes a day after an Ontario judge ordered the protestors to clear the site.

Police moved to enforce an injunction against the pro-freedom demonstration which has blocked traffic across the Ambassador Bridge by demonstrators protesting against COVID-19 restrictions. Based on available footage, it appears that a SWAT team has been sent in Saturday morning to end the protest.

Around 11 am local time, Windsor police announced on Twitter that law enforcement could begin making arrests. “Enforcement continuing, individuals who are located within the demonstration area are subject to arrest,” the Windsor police wrote. “People are advised to immediately vacate the area.”

A communication from Windsor Police Service said Friday that obstruction with the “lawful use” of property such as the Ambassador Bridge is a criminal offense known as mischief to property. The police said they’re “providing notice that anyone blocking streets or assisting others in the blocking of streets may be committing a criminal offence and must immediately cease further unlawful activity or you may face charges. You could be arrested if you are a party to the offence or assisting others in the direct or indirect commission of this offence.”

Canadian authorities say the ramifications for such actions include seizing vehicles and barring protestors from visiting the United States for the foreseeable future.

Demonstrators told Fox 2 News that the Freedom Convoy supporters plan to stay to continue demonstrating and will remain peaceful, even though officials are now threatening arrest. “We’re staying here for our rights, we’re not just walking out of here after this,” one protestor said. “We’ve gone around and policed ourselves. We’ve said there’s no way anybody intends to get violent.”

“It’ll be peaceful. We’re Canadians, we’re not going to fight the police,” another protestor said, while police were aided by drones and other tactical units.

Placing the province under a state of emergency, Ontario Premiere Doug Ford issued an emergency order Friday demanding that protestors reopen the Ambassador Bridge, a busy trade route between Canada and the United States.

In terms of concessions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s health minister said Friday the government is “actively reviewing” the COVID-19 measures.

In that regard, the Manitoba province recently announced they’re ending all restrictions by March 15. Saskatchewan and Alberta have already moved to end their restrictions. Ontario is in the process of doing the same.

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Canada is Slipping Further Down the Slope to Tyranny

On last night’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra discussed Canada’s authoritarian ways as of late, and how the country is currently at a point of slipping even further down the slope toward all-out tyranny.

Here’s one recent example:

A police officer, with a uniform and a badge and a gun, going unannounced and unprompted to a private citizen’s house to “talk to them” about a peaceful protest they were going to attend.

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Convoy Protesters React to Increasing Enforcement at Ambassador Bridge

David Menzies hears reaction from Freedom Convoy protesters at the Ambassador Bridge, which links Canada to the United States, after police began increasing their enforcement efforts against the demonstration following Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s declaration of a province-wide state of emergency yesterday.

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Coutts Alberta Border Blockade Remains Calm as Prime Minister Threatens Action to Clear Protests

The border has been intermittently blocked for nearly three weeks as part of a movement led by truckers to end COVID-19 restrictions.

Rebel News has had reporters embedded in the blockade since January 30. To support their independent journalism, please visit ConvoyReports.com

On the other side of the country, at the ongoing blockade of the Ambassador bridge in Windsor, Ontario, police are moving in to clear the bridge after threats of heavy enforcement from the prime minister.

Truckers and farmers have remained around the clock at the major commercial route between Alberta and Montana.

The situation at Coutts remains calm and the sense of community is strong in the village.

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Freedom Protesters May Spell the End of Trudeau’s Career: Poll

A new Maru Public Opinion poll shows a possible career-ending backlash against Justin Trudeau’s handling of the freedom protesters.

In a National Post interview, 32-year industry veteran John Wright, executive vice president of Maru Public Opinion said, “The last time I’ve seen numbers even close to this was in the final days of Brian Mulroney.”

The Maru poll, which was conducted from Feb. 9 to 10, found that only 16 percent of Canadians would vote for Trudeau based on his actions of the last two weeks. This is echoed in a new Abacus poll, which currently finds Trudeau to have his worst favorability rating in over a year.

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Hundreds Gather at Vaccine-Mandate Rallies in Halifax

A protest in support of the convoy demonstrating in Ottawa against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and public health measures is happening in downtown Halifax on Saturday, along with a counter-protest.

Between 200 and 300 protesters have gathered at Grand Parade. Most are vaccine-mandate protesters while some are counter-protesters supporting public health measures and health-care workers.

Many of the vaccine-mandate protesters are unmasked and are waving Canada and Nova Scotia flags, or are wearing red and white clothes as they play music over speakers in the square.

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‘I’m Proud of the Truckers’ Says Canadian Conservative Leadership Candidate

Canadian Conservative Party (CPC) MP and leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has slammed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and expressed support for the Freedom Convoy anti-coronavirus restriction protestors.

Poilievre made his comments during an interview with Canadian journalist Anthony Furey saying, “I’m proud of the truckers and I stand with them,” and added: “They have reached a breaking point after two years of massive government overreach of a prime minister who insults and degrades anyone who disagrees with his heavy-handed approach.”

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Mayor Accuses Truckers of ‘Economic Terrorism’ As Another Canadian Blockade Formed

Mike Bradley, mayor of Sarnia, Ontario, has accused Freedom Convoy protestors of engaging in “economic terrorism” after they set up a blockade on a highway along the border with the United States.

Mayor Bradley said that protests along Highway 402 were causing disruptions and delays along the Blue Water Bridge which connects Sarnia to the U.S. state of Michigan.

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On the Ground at the Ambassador Bridge Border Blockade

David Menzies joins Ezra Levant

For two weeks now, Canada’s freedom convoy protests have been making waves across the nation — and indeed, the world.

Yesterday Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency in the province to deal with the pro-freedom, anti-mandate protesters blocking roads and infrastructure, and both he and Prime Minister Trudeau promised severe consequences for protesters who continue to do so.

On last night’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, David Menzies joined Ezra live from the border blockade at Ambassador Bridge, which connects Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan — a primary focus right now for government authorities to clear.

This is just an excerpt from the full Ezra Levant Show.

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Ottawa Convoy Protest Enters Third Week in Nation’s Capital

A party-like atmosphere took over the streets of Ottawa in the face of a threatened crackdown from two levels of government.

Rebel News has had a team of reporters embedded in the truck convoy to Ottawa since it began the journey across the country. To support their independent journalism, please visit ConvoyReports.com

The convoy began as a trucker’s protest against federally imposed cross border vaccine mandates but quickly morphed into a broad movement against COVID-19 restrictions and has inspired weekly convoys in cities across Canada and around the world. Thousands of truckers and supporters rolled into Ottawa January 28 and 29 and many have remained since.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency to deal with protesters blocking the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor and what he called an “occupation” of Canadians in their own country’s capital city.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said all options are on the table to clear away the Ottawa protest and the blockade at the Ambassador. The bridge between Windsor and Detroit facilitates one quarter of all cross-border commerce between Canada and the United States and is a vital supply route for the auto industry in both countries.

Convoy participants appear to be doing the work the city should, picking up garbage and shovelling snow off public sidewalks.

Hygiene also remains high, unlike what left-wing protests often devolve into.

Though there is an injunction obtained by the city against honking, some police have taken a more hands-off approach to people who can’t keep their hands off their horns.

The Democracy Fund, a registered Canadian charity with a focus on civil liberties defence and education, has a free portal for truckers needing legal help in Ottawa at TruckerLaw.ca.

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Police Descend on Ambassador Bridge Protesters Saturday Morning

Rebel News reporters Isabelle Rivo and David Menzies are on the scene of an intense policed stand-off between protesters blocking Windsor, Ontario’s Ambassador Bridge and dozens of heavily armed officers.

Rebel News reporters, however, were blocked from the bridge by police Saturday morning as reporters from mainstream media were allowed access.

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PPC Voters Prefer Pierre Poilievre Over Maxime Bernier: Poll

Would Pierre Poilievre as Conservative leader signify the end of the People’s Party of Canada? A new Leger polls says yes. According to the poll, 42 percent of PPC voters prefer Pierre Poilievre over the 28 percent who said they favour the current leader, Maxime Bernier. Leger also found that 11 percent of PPC voters would choose Leslyn Lewis over Poilievre and Bernier.

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Protesters Continue to Blockade Major Canada-U.S. Border Crossing in Manitoba

Protesters in about 50 semi-trailer trucks, farm equipment and other vehicles are blocking all highway lanes at Manitoba’s main Canada-U.S. border crossing on Saturday.

A number of Mounties from the Emerson and Morris, Man., detachments are on the scene and are advising people in the area to expect “substantial delays” because Highway 75 at PR 200 is blocked, RCMP said in a news release on Saturday.

Emergency vehicles, including police, as well as some agriculture transports have been getting through the blockade, but otherwise there is no traffic flow in the area.

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Protesters Against Pandemic Measures Rally at Montreal’s Jarry Park

Protesters in Montreal calling for the end of COVID-19 measures marched through the streets of Villeray, ahead of a planned convoy to Ottawa on Saturday.

Demonstrators, some waving Canadian and Quebec flags and carrying signs against vaccine passports, gathered in Jarry Park this morning. The crowd, including some children, began marching along Jarry Street, before turning down the more residential Chateaubriand Avenue.

“With most countries opening up, I just don’t understand why this is going on any longer,” said Daniel Gallino, one of the attendees.

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Raw: Ambassador Bridge Standoff Continues

Rebel News reporters David Menzies and Isabelle Rivo are on scene at the Ambassador Bridge, a major border crossing linking Ontario to Michigan. Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency Friday, and heavily equipped police have been having a standoff with demonstrators on the bridge since late last night.

David Menzies and Isabelle Rivo were live on location earlier in the day, where they captured this footage.

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Shocking Legal Update: Pastor Artur Faces Historical Charges

Pastor Artur Pawlowski has now been arrested five times for the apparent crimes of opening his church, feeding the homeless and attending peaceful protests. He is presently locked up in isolation at the Remand Centre in Calgary awaiting a bail hearing that is scheduled for early next week.

As always, Sarah Miller of JSS Barristers, who has been provided to Artur at no cost to him thanks to your donations at SaveArtur.com, has been working tirelessly to secure his release.

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‘Use Lethal Force’: Failed City Council Candidate Calls for the Killing of Convoy Protesters

A former city council candidate for St. Catherines, Ont., has called for the violent removal of the truckers’ protest from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Windsor, Ont., with Detroit, Mich. “REMOVE THEM NOW! USE LETHAL FORCE” he posted to Twitter.

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Vaccine-Mandate Protest Rolls Through Downtown Charlottetown

Islanders in cars, trucks and even some tractors made their way along University Avenue and through downtown Charlottetown Saturday in what was billed as a “slow roll” protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Most of the trucks were pickup trucks rather than larger rigs, based on what CBC staff could see from various vantage points. Many of the vehicles were decked out with Canadian flags and anti-mandate signs, some of them directed at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

A stream of cars and pickup trucks coming from Montague was at least a kilometre long by the time it reached the Cherry Valley entry to the Trans-Canada Highway at around 11:30 a.m. AT. Many of the vehicles had their four-way flashers on as they proceeded to Charlottetown.

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Vancouver Radio Host Kicked Off the Air After Supporting Freedom Protesters

Z95.3 has cancelled popular Vancouver radio host Kid Carson for saying the Freedom Convoy isn’t filled with racists.

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Veterans Remove Barricade, Clean Up National War Memorial in Ottawa

On Saturday, veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces took to the National War Memorial on Ottawa to remove the barricade surrounding the monument, and to perform some much-needed maintenance.

According to the veterans who spoke to some members of the press, the barricade surrounding the memorial prevented the city from maintaining it. The veterans showed respect to the monument by cleaning the ice and the accumulated debris around it, as shown on social media.

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Watch: Veterans Protesting for Freedom Slam Trudeau Government for Barricading War Memorial in Ottawa

Freedom protesters took down the barricade surrounding the war memorial in Ottawa on Saturday. The Post Millennial’s Beth Baisch is on the scene, speaking to veterans who are currently cleaning the memorial and paying their respects.

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Watch: Bill Maher Slams Trudeau for Smearing Freedom Protesters

On Friday, iconic talk show host Bill Maher became the latest in a series of public figures to publicly denounce comments made recently by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau towards unvaccinated Canadians and Freedom Convoy protesters.

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Watch: Joe Rogan Blasts Trudeau for ‘Demonizing’ Unvaccinated Canadians

Podcast legend Joe Rogan on Thursday was yet another voice to join the growing chorus of disapproval for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who has “demonized” unvaccinated Canadians as the Freedom Convoy protests in the nation’s capital.

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Austrian Police Ban ‘Freedom Convoy’ From Vienna

As several hundred vehicles were set to converge Friday in central Vienna, as well as near a major public park in the Austrian capital, police said they feared the protesters intended to block the city’s main traffic arteries.

Police also said in a tweet that the protesters would cause an “unacceptable nuisance in terms of noise in a popular recreation area”, as well as pollution from fuel emissions.

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EU Investigates Reports of Menstrual Disorders After mRNA COVID Shots

The European Medicines Agency’s safety committee said on Friday it was reviewing reports of heavy menstrual bleeding and absence of menstruation from women who had received Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.

The assessment was in view of reports of menstrual disorders after receiving either of the two vaccines, both based on messenger RNA technology, and it was not yet clear whether there was a causal link, the agency said.

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‘Fanatical Doomsday Sect’ German Climate Activists Block Pregnant Woman in Labour

Climate Activists in Germany temporarily blocked a pregnant woman from getting to a hospital while she was in labour, according to a newspaper report.

A woman in labour needed to be escorted by police to a motorway exit after she was blocked from getting to her destination by hardline climate activists in Germany.

The eco-extremist group “Save Food — Save Lives” — who have since been described as a “fanatical doomsday sect” — had previously been warned by an emergency services spokesman that their climate protests involving the blocking of roads were putting lives at risk.

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France: Paris Police Fire Tear Gas to Disperse Banned Virus Protest

PARIS — Paris police fired tear gas Saturday against a handful of demonstrators on the Champs-Elysees Avenue who defied a police order by taking part in a vehicle protest against virus restrictions inspired by Canada’s horn-honking truckers.

In the Netherlands, dozens of trucks and other vehicles — ranging from tractors to a car towing a camping van — arrived in The Hague for a similar virus-related protest Saturday, blocking an entrance to the historic Dutch parliamentary complex.

But a threatened blockade of Paris failed to materialize Saturday, despite days of online organizing efforts.

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Free Speech in the UK?

Freedom of speech is doing extremely poorly in the UK, according to a recent YouGov poll. When Britons were asked what should be the priority, 43% said protecting people from offensive or hateful speech should be the priority, while only 38% said the focus should be on protecting free speech. Generally, men and conservative voters were more concerned about protecting free speech, while women, younger people and Labour voters were more concerned about blocking offensive or hateful speech.

The poll also showed that self-censorship is thriving: 57% of those polled said they have “found themselves stopping themselves from expressing their political or social views for fear of judgement or negative responses from others.”

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Google Analytics in Its Current Form is a Privacy Law Violation, France Rules

The use of Google analytics breaches European Union privacy laws, French data protection regulator CNIL, said. A similar conclusion was reached in Austria in January.

On Thursday, the CNIL said that a certain website’s use of Google Analytics was in breach of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which prohibits the transfer of data outside of the region to countries that do not have strong data privacy laws.

Google Analytics is a tool provided by Google, that website owners install on their websites to gain insight about its users.

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Hungary Pays Tax Refund to Families With Young Children

Starting Friday, the family tax refund will arrive in the bank account for those who have requested delivery by post, Hungarian Finance Minister Mihaly Varga announced on his Facebook page.

Varga added that the amount disbursed by the transfer exceeds HUF 561 billion (€1.58 billion), which will be received by all families no later than Monday, i.e before the legal deadline. Postal deliveries have already taken place with 160,000 families receiving nearly 50 billion forints (€141 million).

The finance minister emphasized that with the family tax refund, HUF 610 billion (€1.72 billion) will be returned to parents raising children in February.

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Italian Cities Turn Off Lights to Protest Rising Energy Prices

Numerous Italian cities turned off the lights for public monuments and government buildings on Thursday evening in a symbolic protest of rising energy prices.

The increasing costs are a burden and “bring families and institutions into serious difficulties,” said Rome’s Mayor Roberto Gualtieri ahead of the protest.

The National Association of Italian Municipalities (ANCI), which represents the municipalities’ interests in Italy and Brussels, was behind the protest.

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New French Riot Police Unit Violently Repress Anti-Vaccine March

A new unit, the CRS 8 (FAR) which is specialised in urban violence was deployed on the Champs Élysées for the anti-vaccine demonstration on Saturday, February 12, 2022.

The Macron administration is escalating its response against citizens who are protesting for their freedom and against the Corona measures. In Paris, the new police unit took up positions with armored vehicles against peaceful marchers.

This is the first time these CRS units have been deployed to a demonstration. The CRS 8 is a new intervention force capable of intervening in 15 minutes within a radius of 300 km anywhere in France. It is a special unit that can be mobilized 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to intervene in the event of urban violence. But the demonstration in Paris was peaceful.

These are images that are more reminiscent of a deployment due to a terrorist attack or another catastrophe. They also show a totalitarian Corona state at war with its own people.

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Norway Lifts Almost All Remaining Coronavirus Restrictions

HELSINKI (AP) — Norway says it is lifting almost all remaining COVID restrictions as it doesn’t see a major health threat to citizens any more, even though the omicron variant is still spreading in the Nordic nation.

“This is the day we have been waiting for,” said Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere during a news conference in Oslo on Saturday. “We are removing almost all coronavirus measures.”

He justified the move by saying that Norwegians are well protected by vaccines against the COVID-19 pandemic and the proportion of citizens who end in up in hospital has remained low despite the spread of the omicron variant.

As of Saturday, Norwegians are no longer required to wear masks in crowded places and the one-meter (3-foot) distancing rule is abolished. In addition, self-isolation requirements are lifted and replaced with a recommendation that infected adults stay at home for four days.

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The Czech Senate Retains Its Pride in by Rejecting Government’s Pandemic Law Overreach

The Czech Senate rejected an amendment to the pandemic law on Thursday that would have allowed the extension of comprehensive measures against Covid-19 until the autumn of this year.

The senators somewhat prolonged the process of its adoption by the Chamber of Deputies and increased the possibility of interfering with this brutal law, but the senate could hardly have done otherwise, even if most senators agreed with every letter of the amendment.

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UK: Diane Abbott Accuses ‘Gung Ho’ Western Allies of Wanting to Start Another War With Russia

The U.K.’s former shadow home secretary has questioned the extent to which Russia should be treated as the aggressor in the Ukraine crisis, despite the country parking 130,000 troops along the border with Ukraine.

Diane Abbott, a close confidant of Labour’s former socialist leader Jeremy Corbyn, made the controversial remarks during a meeting of the far-left Stop the War coalition on Thursday, of which Corbyn has previously chaired. The group got its start over opposition to the war in Iraq in 2001, a war which left was initially aligned against, but which most citizens in the U.S. and U.K. now regret partaking in.

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UK: Insane: “Burgers Come With a Dose of Misogyny”: ‘Vegan Feminist’ Carol Adams Claims Meat is Linked to “White Supremacism” And “Racism” During Unhinged Oxford Debate — (Video)

Earlier this week, The Oxford Union hosted a debate about whether “society should move beyond meat” in favor of an all plant-based diet.

Needless to say, it was a total clown show, at least when certain speakers were given the floor. The longstanding institution has hosted debates within its halls for 190 years, and bills itself as the “world’s foremost debating society,” but now, it’s 2022, and wokeness must prevail!

During the debate, ‘vegan feminist’ author Carol Adams took things a leap too far, blasting individuals who choose to eat meat (as humans always have) for doing so because they hold a “white supremacist patriarchal worldview.”

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War Drums: New US ‘Intel’ Suggests Russia Invasion of Ukraine Imminent

According to US Intelligence, Russia is preparing to invade Ukraine before the end of the Winter Olympics.

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told reporters on Friday that Russian military forces are “in a position to be able to mount a major military action” and urged American citizens in Ukraine to “leave as soon as possible.”

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India: Pregnant Woman Stabbed to Death in Gujarat

RAJKOT: A 23-year-old pregnant woman from Rajkot was stabbed to death and her body abandoned in the forest area near Bhavnath Taleti in Junagadh allegedly by her live-in partner for four years. Police on Saturday arrested the Mansukh alias Tino Jadav (32) for the murder of his partner Urmila Solanki, suspecting her of having an affair.

Urmila’s body was found in the forest area on Friday evening. Junagadh deputy superintendent of police Pradeepsinh Jadeja told TOI, “The woman’s body was dragged for about 10 feet. Her left hand was missing, perhaps eaten by a wild animal.”

Deputy commissioner of police (zone-1) in Rajkot Pravin Kumar said, “Jadav suspected that Urmila was having an affair. They had quarrels over the issue earlier too. In Bhavnath, Jadav rebuked Urmila for having an affair following which the duo had a heated argument. Jadav stabbed Urmila about half a dozen times killing her on the spot.”

According to a complaint filed by Urmila’s mother Bhavna Solanki with Bhavnath police station in Junagadh, Jadav wanted Urmila to terminate her pregnancy, but she insisted on continuing with it.

The complaint further stated that Urmila was in a relationship with Jadav for the last 10 years. But they had started living together in Rajkot about four years ago. Police said that Jadav was into bootlegging and had been arrested in the past…

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Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate for Freedom From Tyrannical Government Outside Parliament House in Canberra, Australia (Video)

A ‘small, fringe minority’ of a few hundred thousand protested outside of the Parliament in Canberra, Australia on Saturday.

Australian leaders acted like no others in their totalitarian tactics against their own population during the COVID pandemic.

The crowd shots were amazing.

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New Zealand’s COVID Cops Fail to Disperse Freedom Convoy With 80s Music

New Zealand’s freedom convoy has maintained its position outside the Parliament on Saturday despite varying police efforts to disperse them, including blasting the Macarena on loop, arrests, and even turning the garden sprinklers on.

After failing to deter a freedom convoy by attempting to arrest around 120 people on Thursday, New Zealand’s police officers have attempted to remove the protest of up to 1,500 people protest that has been in place in the Parliament’s grounds since Tuesday, with less orthodox police tactics.

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Cyprus’ Small City of Chlorakas Experiences Influx of Migrants

Cyprus village’s Chlorakas is experiencing an influx of migrants, while one-quarter of its residents are refugees.

The increased number of migrants attempting to reach Cyprus has raised tensions between Cypriot and Turkish authorities, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

According to the Cyprus government, the country has registered the highest number of first-time applications filed for international protection in the European Union per capita, throwing accusations towards authorities in Turkey of sending a large number across the UN-controlled buffer zone.

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More Than 500,000 Afghan Migrants Are Heading for Europe and the Channel Coast as Intelligence Chiefs Discuss How to Tackle Exodus

More than half a million Afghan migrants have crossed the border since the fall of Kabul last year and are heading for Europe and the Channel coast, intelligence experts have warned Ministers.

Priti Patel last week held an emergency summit with her counterparts in the international Five Eyes intelligence alliance to discuss how to track the exodus.

The Home Secretary is also seeking to toughen the UK’s response to migrants who cross the Channel, with Border Force teams moving between hotels in Britain to round up migrants and move them to holding centres on military bases.

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Adele Accused of Transphobia for Saying She “Loves Being a Woman” At Brits Awards (Video)

English singer, songwriter Adele was accused of being transphobic for saying she “loves being a woman” at the 2022 Brits awards earlier this week.

“I understand why the name of this award has changed but I really love being a woman and being a female artist. I do!” Adele said as she accepted her award.

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Reporting on Inmates’ Gender Identity to be Disallowed Under New Washington State Bill

A new bill that passed the Washington state House of Representatives changes the guidelines for reporting of information about prison inmates, while they are incarcerated and after their release. The bill adds exemptions from disclosure requirements to information held by the Department of Corrections. It prohibits the disclosure of records that would expose a person’s gender identity, specifically in service to transgender inmates.

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5 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 2/12/2022

  1. More Than 500,000 Afghan Migrants Are Heading for Europe and the Channel Coast as Intelligence Chiefs Discuss How to Tackle Exodus.
    Warnings of invasion such as this have been around for many years and it was known that hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Africa/Middle East and Indian Sub Continent would make their way to Europe and this they have done and seemingly without any organised restrictions being imposed, therefore now Europe (example) has a Muslim population as I understand of over 50 Million. The United Kingdom has been swamped with illegal immigrants for many years-many illegals still living in the UK undetected-the UK’s infrastructure is collapsing under such a weight of such people. The Deceit of Multiculturalism has played its part in destroying a once fine nation to the shambolic mess it is now in.

  2. Adele Accused of Transphobia for Saying She “Loves Being a Woman” At Brits Awards (Video)
    Good for you Adele, I may not like your singing or the awuful music you are accompanying but I am with you all the way-very glad youre a woman and a most attractive one. Keep on loving being a woman, never mind the other idiots, they are just jealous.

    • That’s an interesting comment, tarien. I listen mainly, but not exclusively, to classical music, but I enjoy Adele’s voice; my only complaint, having seen one of her concerts on tv, is her frequent use of the f-word when talking to the audience, which is likely attributable to her being an “Essex Girl”. For non-Brits here’s a bit of social/cultural history:

      In the WW2 Blitz, the mainly working-class East End of London was frequently targeted by the Luftwaffe as that’s where the docks were; after the war, many inhabitants were rehoused in Essex, east of London on the north bank of the Thames. Decades later, the “Essex Girl” (and sometimes “Man” became a stereotype; here’s a joke to illustrate the point.

      An Essex Girl has been injured, and the paramedic is trying to find out where:
      Paramedic: “Where are you bleeding from?”
      Essex Girl: “Effing Romford*!”

      (*Romford being a town in the part of Essex concerned)

      What all this says about the class snobbery of the English is a whole other subject!

  3. More Than 500,000 Afghan Migrants Are Heading for Europe and the Channel Coast as Intelligence Chiefs Discuss How to Tackle Exodus. #

    A an Afgahan man, cuts of the head of his 17 year old wife and parades it around the street. For what reason we know not but the act however is barbaric, Islam dictates and blindly they follow. Does Europe want such people? No doubt there are thousands of incidents such as above-people beware, such is coming near you.

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