Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/26/2022

Leaked internal audio from a Twitter management meeting revealed that company officers are traumatized by Elon Musk’s acquisition of the company. Meanwhile, the EU and the UK warned Mr. Musk that Twitter must abide by their censorship rules or face substantial fines.

In other news, Antifa activists staged violent riots in cities across France after Emmanuel Macron’s victory in last Sunday’s election.

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

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Financial Crisis
» Coming Economic Crisis Will Show ‘Globalist Project’ Has Failed the Working Class, Farage Tells Breitbart
» Global Food Crisis: Inflation Incoming as Ukraine Grain Harvest to Fall by 20 Per Cent in 2022 — MoD
» Hungarian Minister Debunks Claims About Inflation Rate Being Highest in Europe
» Nine in Ten Report Cost of Living Increase in Britain, As Quarter Struggle to Pay Bills
» Russian Inflation is Back to Pre-War Level as Worst Appears Over
 
USA
» #LeavingTwitter is Trending as Leftists Hilariously Promise to Cancel Themselves
» 2nd Amendment Lawsuit Filed Against San Jose Over Gun Ordinance
» After Churches Forced to Shutter in Pandemic, South Carolina Enacts Bill Deeming Them ‘Essential’
» Alec Baldwin: Rust Film Set Shooting Aftermath Footage Released
» Biden Blocks Oil Drilling on Millions of Acres of Land as Gas Hits $4.13 Per Gallon
» Biden Commutes Sentences for 75 Nonviolent Drug Offenders
» Breaking: Audio From Internal Twitter Meeting Leaked by Project Veritas
» Breaking: Email Reveals Joe Biden Agreed to Pay for Hunter’s Legal Bills Related to Chinese Firm Deal
» California Parents, Students Protest High School’s Plans to Cut Honors Classes for Equity Reasons
» DeSantis’ Fundraising Sees Small-Donor Financial Windfall From Public Feud With Disney
» DeSantis Calls San Francisco a ‘Dumpster Fire, ‘ Fears Californians Importing ‘Destruction’ To Florida
» Elon Musk Responds to the Haters and Censors After Twitter Buy
» ‘Elon is the Singular Solution’: Jack Dorsey Praises Musk After Massive Buyout
» First on Fox: ‘We Cannot be Intimidated’: Senate Candidate McCloskey Reacts to Attempted Robbery at NYC Event
» Gov. Greg Abbott Invites Elon Musk to Relocate Twitter HQ From California to Texas
» Investigators in Georgia Ballot Harvesting Probe Zero in on Funding, Eyewitness Whistleblower
» Investigation Continues Into Fatal Kennewick Stabbing of 70-Year-Old
» Libs of TikTok Thanks Taylor Lorenz, WaPo After Hitting a Million Followers After Their Hit Piece
» Musk Could Turn Twitter ‘Upside Down, ‘ Dems Say, While Republicans Celebrate: ‘The Left’s Going Crazy’
» New Police Bodycam Video Shows Alec Baldwin’s Reaction Moments After Halyna Hutchins Was Shot
» New York Times Wants a Reporter Dedicated to Making ‘Right-Wing Media’ Look Like ‘Extremists’
» Salty: Cry Babies Throw Out Their Toys Over Musk Twitter Buy
» Secretive Soros-Funded Group Works Behind the Scenes With Biden Admin on Policy, Documents Show
» Shaun King Melted Down Over Musk, Deleted His Twitter, Then Came Back and Melted Down Again
» Shaun King: Elon Musk Buying Twitter is Racist
» Tim Pool Blasts WaPo, Taylor Lorenz in Times Square Billboard Over Libs of Tik Tok Doxxing
» Tucker Carlson Returns to Twitter After One Month of Departure
» Twitter Executive Cries During Staff Meeting Over Elon Musk Takeover
» Twitter Goes on Internal Lockdown to Prevent Woke Employees Taking Revenge for Elon Musk Takeover
» UK Demands Elon Musk Keeps Twitter ‘Responsible’ By Censoring Content
» Vice President Kamala Harris Tests Positive for COVID-19
» Video: MSNBC Hack is Suddenly Worried About Twitter Censorship Influencing Elections
» Watch: Joe Rogan Asks Trump to ‘Reconsider’ His Decision to Not Return to Twitter
 
Canada
» BC Law Society Investigating Free Speech Lawyer Over Misgendering
» Breaking: Calgary Injunction Aimed at Freedom Protests Ends
» Calgary’s Mayor Displays Double Standards on Demonstrations
» Dr. Leslyn Lewis Vows to Defund CBC to Thunderous Applause at GTA Campaign Stop
» Journalists’ Social Media Monitored by RCMP During Freedom Convoy
» Ottawa Police Chief Says Upcoming ‘Rolling Thunder’ Convoy ‘Will be Held Accountable’ For Unlawful Actions
» Statistics Canada Data Debunks Claims That Border Blockades Impacted Trade
» Trudeau Liberals Launch ‘Independent Public Inquiry’ Into Use of Emergencies Act
 
Europe and the EU
» EU Issues Warning to Elon Musk: ‘You Are Welcome But These Are Our Rules’
» EU Prepares to Punish Hungary Following Orban’s Election Victory, But His Government Remains Defiant
» Far-Left Antifa Riot in Multiple French Cities Following Macron Victory
» Germany Sending ‘Gepard’ Air-Defense Tanks to Support Ukraine Defense
» Ireland: Climate Crazy Minister Sees Record Low Approval Rating After Pushing Fossil Fuel Ban
» Poland’s Liberal-Left Rejoices Over Jansa’s Defeat in Slovenia
» UK: Just Stop Oil Protests: Protesters Breach Kingsbury Oil Terminal Injunction
» War in Ukraine Sends Coal Prices Soaring Even Higher as Nations Turn to ‘Dirty’ Energy
» Watch: Farage Says Le Pen ‘Far From Finished’, Globalist Status Quo ‘Is Going to Break’
» Wild Video: Driver Fleeing French Police Slams Into Bus
» Zemmour Makes Case for United Right Coalition Ahead of French Parliament Elections
 
Russia
» Blasts Hit Ministry in Separatist Transnistria, Near Ukraine
» Latest News in the Russia-Ukraine War
» Russia Expels 40 German Diplomats in Retaliation for “Unfriendly Decision”
» Russia Cuts Off Gas to Poland and Bulgaria
 
Far East
» Apple Complied With 100% of China’s Censorship Demands in 2020: Report
» China: “No One Wants a Third World War”
 
Immigration
» 40 Migrants Attack Polish Officers Near Border With Belarus
» Are Ukrainian Refugees Driving Tuberculosis Rates Higher in Czechia?
» France: Multicultural Paris Neighborhood Celebrates Marine Le Pen’s Defeat
» Polish Population Explodes Over 40 Million for First Time, Fears Grow as Cities Overflow With Refugees
 
Culture Wars
» Amazon Execs Say Matt Walsh’s Bestselling Children’s Book is ‘Traumatic’ For Trans Employees and Customers
» Death, Condoms, Chains: Here Are Eco Activists’ Craziest Earth Day Stunts
» ‘Transgender’ Rikers Inmate Sentenced to 7 Years for Raping Female Inmate in Bathroom
 
General
» Outbreak of Hepatitis in Children Caused by Lockdowns That Weakened Immunity
 

Coming Economic Crisis Will Show ‘Globalist Project’ Has Failed the Working Class, Farage Tells Breitbart

Nigel Farage has told Breitbart News that he believes a coming economic crisis will expose the “globalist project” as having failed ordinary people.

The populist firebrand well known as ‘Mr Brexit’ made the comments during a Tuesday interview with Breitbart News’ Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily, also voicing confidence in the future prospects of French populist leader Marine Le Pen despite her loss to Emmanuel Macron during Sunday’s presidential election.

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

Global Food Crisis: Inflation Incoming as Ukraine Grain Harvest to Fall by 20 Per Cent in 2022 — MoD

Grain production in Ukraine is likely to fall by around 20 per cent this year, prompting inflation and global food security warnings from the UK Ministry of Defence.

Britain’s Ministry of Defence has warned that Ukraine’s grain harvest looks set to see around a 20 per cent decrease in yield as a result of the ongoing Russian invasion of the country.

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

Hungarian Minister Debunks Claims About Inflation Rate Being Highest in Europe

Contrary to the opposition’s claim that the rate of inflation in Hungary is now by far the highest in the European Union, Eurostat data shows the rate as being close to the EU average, Finance Minister Mihaly Varga revealed in a post published on his social media platforms on Friday.

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

Nine in Ten Report Cost of Living Increase in Britain, As Quarter Struggle to Pay Bills

Nearly nine in ten members of the British public have reported an increase to their cost of living over the previous month, with about a quarter of adults struggling to make ends meet, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed.

The UK’s official statistician agency reported on Monday that 87 per cent of adults in the UK have felt the impact of the cost of living crisis in March, an increase of 25 per cent from February.

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

Russian Inflation is Back to Pre-War Level as Worst Appears Over

Russian weekly inflation slowed to a level last seen before the invasion of Ukraine in February, a turnaround helped by a stronger ruble and the end of panic buying that caused some snap shortages.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

#LeavingTwitter is Trending as Leftists Hilariously Promise to Cancel Themselves

After Elon Musk finally bought Twitter, promising to restore free speech to the platform, leftists began to promise to cancel themselves by deleting their accounts, causing #LeavingTwitter to trend.

It’s the logical end point for crying cancel zealots, threatening to cancel themselves because they can no longer cancel everyone else.

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

2nd Amendment Lawsuit Filed Against San Jose Over Gun Ordinance

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — Attorneys filed a lawsuit against San Jose claiming the city’s new gun owner ordinance violates its residents’ Second Amendment rights.

Attorneys representing the Firearms Policy Coalition filed the complaint, Glass vs. City of San Jose, in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California this week.

San Jose is the first city in the nation to require gun owners to pay a yearly fee and carry liability insurance.

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

After Churches Forced to Shutter in Pandemic, South Carolina Enacts Bill Deeming Them ‘Essential’

South Carolina GOP Gov. Henry McMaster has signed a bill into law that will protect churches from discrimination during emergencies.

The law will allow churches and other houses of worship and religious organization to remain open during a state of emergency, such as a pandemic. It deems religious services “an essential service” that “must be allowed to continue operations.”

As businesses such as barber shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues were shut down in the spring of 2020 due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, McMaster said that closing churches would be a violation of the freedom of religion provision of the U.S. Constitution.

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

Alec Baldwin: Rust Film Set Shooting Aftermath Footage Released

Police have released footage from the set of the film Rust, including of the aftermath of the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by actor Alec Baldwin.

Santa Fe Sheriff Adan Mendoza also released crime scene photos and witness interviews, including Mr Baldwin’s.

But police said a decision on whether to file criminal charges will depend on the outcome of future forensic work.

Halyna Hutchins, 42, was shot by Mr Baldwin while he rehearsed with what he believed to be a safe gun.

The actor, who was also a producer on the film, previously said he did not pull the trigger and had no idea how a live bullet came to be on the set near Santa Fe in the US state of New Mexico.

In videos released on Monday, police and medics can be seen racing to the scene, and bodycam footage shows first responders battling to save Hutchins.

In other clips, Mr Baldwin is seen dressed as a cowboy and practising with what appears to be the gun that killed the cinematographer.

In a statement accompanying the release of the footage, Sheriff Mendoza said the investigation into the shooting “remains open and ongoing”…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Blocks Oil Drilling on Millions of Acres of Land as Gas Hits $4.13 Per Gallon

The Biden administration reversed a Trump-era policy Monday that massively expanded the area available for fossil fuel leasing even as gasoline prices remained near an all-time high.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued a record of decision, reducing the land available for energy leasing in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPR-A) to its level set in 2013. In June 2020, former Interior Secretary David Bernhardt finalized a decision allowing 18.6 million acres, or 82%, of the NPR-A’s subsurface estate to be open for oil and gas leasing.

The average price of gasoline nationwide increased to $4.13 per gallon on Tuesday, remaining near its all-time high, according to AAA data. Pump prices have surged throughout President Joe Biden’s first 15 months in office.

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

Biden Commutes Sentences for 75 Nonviolent Drug Offenders

President Joe Biden announced Tuesday his first slew of pardons and commutations since taking office.

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

Breaking: Audio From Internal Twitter Meeting Leaked by Project Veritas

Internal audio of Monday’s Twitter meeting leaked to Project Veritas reveals that leadership is fully cognizant of the free speech agenda that new owner Elon Musk wants to bring to the table.

Leslie Berland is the CMO at Twitter, and she said: “Elon made it clear in public that a large part of the reason he bought the platform was because of our moderation policies and disagreements in how we deal with health. This puts Twitter service and Trust and Safety as well as anybody who cares about health on the platform in a very difficult position.”

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

Breaking: Email Reveals Joe Biden Agreed to Pay for Hunter’s Legal Bills Related to Chinese Firm Deal

Before the 2020 presidential election, then-candidate Joe Biden agreed to cover over $800,000 of his son Hunter Biden’s bills, including legal bills that were associated with his shady overseas business deals. This per an email that came to light on Tuesday.

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

California Parents, Students Protest High School’s Plans to Cut Honors Classes for Equity Reasons

Hundreds of San Diego parents and students last week protested a since-withdrawan plan to remove 11th-grade honors classes at the city’s largest high school for equity purposes, according to local reports.

An email from Patrick Henry High School (PHHS) Principal Michelle Irwin dated April 13 says all 11th-grade History and English honors courses at the school will be eliminated, following a decision by the school last year to eliminate Advanced World History, Advance Physics, Advanced Biology and two other classes for gifted students, according to The San Diego Tribune.

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

DeSantis’ Fundraising Sees Small-Donor Financial Windfall From Public Feud With Disney

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ massive political clout has been on full display.

Armed with the leverage of a skyrocketing national profile, he convinced Florida lawmakers to pass a congressional map drawn by his office — containing changes they previously opposed — and back an effort to kill The Walt Disney Co.’s special district, after the governor publicly lambasted the company.

That national profile comes with a dollar figure of more than $105 million.

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

DeSantis Calls San Francisco a ‘Dumpster Fire, ‘ Fears Californians Importing ‘Destruction’ To Florida

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis took aim at San Francisco, calling the city a “dumpster fire” while expressing fears over what would happen if companies there relocated to Florida.

“There is cause for concern,” DeSantis said during an event Monday. “Texas would have all these companies moved from California over the years. So you’d have companies move from San Francisco to Austin, and they’d bring hundreds of employees with them. And those employees would vote the exact same way they voted that turned San Francisco into the dumpster fire that it is.”

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

Elon Musk Responds to the Haters and Censors After Twitter Buy

Twitter owner Elon Musk made an observation in a tweet on Tuesday, noting the visceral reaction that those “who fear free speech” have had over his buying of the platform.

“The extreme antibody reaction from those who fear free speech says it all,” the Tesla and Space X CEO said.

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

‘Elon is the Singular Solution’: Jack Dorsey Praises Musk After Massive Buyout

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted Monday that Elon Musk, who now owns Twitter, is the “singular solution” he trusts to create a more fair platform for users.

Twitter’s board agreed Monday to sell the company to Musk for $54.20 a share after Musk made a “best and final” offer to purchase the social media company for a whopping $43.4 billion earlier in the month. Musk said he wants to protect free speech on the platform.

While some have lamented the sale, Dorsey is welcoming Musk’s new role.

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

First on Fox: ‘We Cannot be Intimidated’: Senate Candidate McCloskey Reacts to Attempted Robbery at NYC Event

FIRST ON FOX: U.S. Senate candidate Mark McCloskey, who defended his St. Louis home with an AR-15 during a BLM protest, says “we cannot be intimidated” after an alleged burglar infiltrated his campaign event in New York City.

On Thursday, April 21, a man dressed in a maintenance uniform stole a wad of cash and checks from the lobby of the Metropolitan Republican Club while Manhattan politicos rubbed elbows during a speech McCloskey delivered in another room.

The club’s president, Ian Walsh Reilly, called the police and reported the alleged theft before he and two other club members ran after the man and managed to restrain him in on a street corner in the exclusive Upper Easter Side neighborhood until police arrived moments later and arrested him.

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

Gov. Greg Abbott Invites Elon Musk to Relocate Twitter HQ From California to Texas

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has invited Elon Musk to relocate Twitter’s headquarters from California to Texas.

Following the Tesla CEO’s acquisition of the social media platform, Abbott shared the invitation to move the company to the Lone Star State on Monday evening. Just after Musk’s bid to purchase Twitter was approved by its board of directors.

“@elonmusk. Bring Twitter to Texas to join Tesla, SpaceX & the Boring company,” Abbott wrote.

[Comment: Elon Musk should fire the green haired, nose rig wearing employees first before moving Twitter to Texas.]

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

Investigators in Georgia Ballot Harvesting Probe Zero in on Funding, Eyewitness Whistleblower

Georgia investigators have signaled their focus in a wide-ranging investigation into alleged illegal ballot trafficking during the 2020 election with subpoenas that target the possible source of funding for such an operation and any eyewitness participants.

The four subpoenas obtained Monday by Just the News through an open records request show the State Elections Board and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger want the identity of any suspected participants in ballot harvesting, including a whistleblower identified only as John Doe who an election watchdog claims admitted to gathering ballots for cash.

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

Investigation Continues Into Fatal Kennewick Stabbing of 70-Year-Old

No specifics about what occurred, but Benton County Sheriff’s Department officials called it an “interaction.” Image shows neighborhood where the incident occurred.

Friday, April 22nd, around 5 PM Deputies were called to a home in the 1100 block of South Gum Street, just west of Eastgate Elementary and the Benton County Fairgrounds for a report about an assault in progress.

Officers, including the K-9 unit, set up search and containment, but no suspects were found.

The victim, identified as 70-year-old Zale Underwood was found dead, although an autopsy is being performed, it appears he was stabbed to death.

Deputies and investigators believe the “interaction” he had with the suspect(s) resulted in his death.

The BCSO says there will be continued law enforcement presence in the area as the investigation continues, which will likely include searching for any video evidence of what happened at Underwood’s home. This would mean making security video requests from people in the area who have cameras.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Libs of TikTok Thanks Taylor Lorenz, WaPo After Hitting a Million Followers After Their Hit Piece

Libs of TikTok’s following has ballooned after a smear attempt by The Washington Post, prompting the account to give a big thank you for the exposure following the hit piece by infamous “crybully” Taylor Lorenz.

“So grateful to @TaylorLorenz and WaPo for helping me achieve this huge milestone! Is there an address I can send a thank you card @washingtonpost?” Libs of TikTok tweeted.

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

Musk Could Turn Twitter ‘Upside Down, ‘ Dems Say, While Republicans Celebrate: ‘The Left’s Going Crazy’

Republicans and Democrats in Congress Tuesday were split on Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, with Republicans lauding it as a chance to improve the platform and Democrats raising concerns about its future.

“In many ways Twitter has been a dark, dark place. I hope it doesn’t get any darker,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said.

“I think it’s great, God bless. A great day for freedom and the First Amendment,” Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, told Fox News. “The left’s going crazy when you’ve got a, what, electric car maker who likes the First Amendment.”

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

New Police Bodycam Video Shows Alec Baldwin’s Reaction Moments After Halyna Hutchins Was Shot

Alec Baldwin’s reaction to Halyna Hutchins’ shooting on the set of his movie “Rust” has been documented in newly released police bodycam video showing Baldwin cooperating with law enforcement and asking about Hutchins’ condition.

The bodycam footage appears to show Baldwin and his crew seated outdoors. Baldwin could be heard saying, “what’s her story?” apparently referring Hutchins’ condition. Another man replies “a little bit rougher,” according to the video. The police officer said the bullet “went through her right underarm and the exit point was on her back left shoulder blade.” A crewmember asked if the wound was life threatening. “Enough to get air flight,” the officer said, according to police bodycam video footage released by TMZ.

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

New York Times Wants a Reporter Dedicated to Making ‘Right-Wing Media’ Look Like ‘Extremists’

The New York Times is seeking to hire a reporter who will cover “right-wing media” and “inhabit corners of the internet that popularize far-right or extremist ideas.”

The newspaper is searching for a politics reporter with a concentration in right-wing media to report “critically and fairly on people with extremist views.” The job description said it is searching for a candidate to analyze aspects that “popularize far-right and extremist ideas.”

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

Salty: Cry Babies Throw Out Their Toys Over Musk Twitter Buy

Elon Musk has bought Twitter and every whining cry baby NPC who can’t handle opinions that do not conform to the received consensus is screaming into the ether.

Practically every blue check lib is vowing to leave for good, just like they vowed to leave the U.S. when Trump was elected but never did.

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

Secretive Soros-Funded Group Works Behind the Scenes With Biden Admin on Policy, Documents Show

A secretive group backed by millions of dollars from liberal billionaire George Soros is working behind the scenes with President Biden’s administration to shape policy, documents reviewed by Fox News show.

Governing for Impact (GFI), the veiled group, boasts in internal memos of implementing more than 20 of its regulatory agenda items as it works to reverse Trump-era deregulations by zeroing in on education, environmental, health care, housing and labor issues.

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

Shaun King Melted Down Over Musk, Deleted His Twitter, Then Came Back and Melted Down Again

Author and self-proclaimed civil rights activist Shaun King is back on Twitter with another meltdown after he allegedly deleted his account Monday following a different meltdown over Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover.

Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec tweeted “BREAKING: @ShaunKing has deleted his Twitter account” late Monday night after it appeared the account was down.

King responded to Posobiec Tuesday morning, claiming he “didn’t delete” his account.

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

Shaun King: Elon Musk Buying Twitter is Racist

Author and self-proclaimed civil rights activist Shaun King claimed Monday that Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter is not about free speech but rather “white power.”

“At its root, @ElonMusk wanting to purchase Twitter is not about left vs. right. It’s about white power. The man was raised in Apartheid by a white nationalist. He’s upset that Twitter won’t allow white nationalists to target/harass people. That’s his definition of free speech,” King wrote on Twitter.

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

Tim Pool Blasts WaPo, Taylor Lorenz in Times Square Billboard Over Libs of Tik Tok Doxxing

After Taylor Lorenz and the Washington Post doxxed anonymous Twitter account Libs of Tik Tok then denied it, YouTuber Tim Pool of Timcast bought a billboard in Times Square, New York, to call them out.

“The Washington Post and Taylor Lorenz Doxxed @libsoftiktok. They included a link to private work details and an address listed as Libs’ private home. They lied about it so I got an ad in Times Square calling them out. Thanks to @JeremyDBoreing for the assist,” Pool wrote on Twitter.

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

Tucker Carlson Returns to Twitter After One Month of Departure

Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson returned to Twitter on Monday after leaving in retaliation to his account’s brief censorship.

“We’re back,” Carlson said via Twitter.

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

Twitter Executive Cries During Staff Meeting Over Elon Musk Takeover

Twitter executive Vijaya Gadde, head of the tech giant’s trust and safety, legal, and public policy functions, held a meeting Monday where she cried to employees who work under her amid recent changes to company leadership.

A new report says Twitter’s top lawyer got emotional with staff when talking about how unclear things were, beyond the immediate future.

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

Twitter Goes on Internal Lockdown to Prevent Woke Employees Taking Revenge for Elon Musk Takeover

Twitter has gone on internal lockdown in order to prevent woke employees from taking revenge in response to Elon Musk’s takeover of the company.

Yes, really.

After Musk completed his $44 billion purchase of the social media network, leftists responded with their usual brand of hysterical moral grandstanding and empty threats to leave the platform altogether.

However, the company is also concerned about the internal reaction, with concerns that angry, woke employees would stage performative hissy fits harm the platform in response to Musk’s purchase.

Twitter has locked down all changes apart from “business-critical” updates in a bid to halt and collateral damage.

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

UK Demands Elon Musk Keeps Twitter ‘Responsible’ By Censoring Content

A spokesman for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has demanded that Elon Musk keeps Twitter “responsible” through content censorship.

Authorities in the United Kingdom are demanding that Twitter follows the country’s censorship laws when it comes under the control of its new owner, Elon Musk.

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

Vice President Kamala Harris Tests Positive for COVID-19

Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Harris press secretary Kirsten Allen said in a Tuesday statement that Harris was exhibiting no symptoms. Harris, 57, is the highest-level Biden administration official to test positive for the virus since White House press secretary Jen Psaki in March.

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

Video: MSNBC Hack is Suddenly Worried About Twitter Censorship Influencing Elections

MSNBC host Ari Melber is suddenly very worried about censorship and the silencing of political figures on Twitter impacting U.S. elections, but only after Elon Musk bought the platform.

Melber spewed that now Musk is in charge, he might be able to de-platform and ban politicians he doesn’t support, or “turn down their reach.”

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

Watch: Joe Rogan Asks Trump to ‘Reconsider’ His Decision to Not Return to Twitter

Joe Rogan asked former President Donald Trump to reconsider his decision to not return to Twitter on Tuesday’s episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

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

BC Law Society Investigating Free Speech Lawyer Over Misgendering

A B.C. lawyer representing a father who was jailed for opposing his daughter’s medical gender transition now says he’s being investigated by the Law Society of British Columbia for misgendering.

Vancouver lawyer Carey Linde says he was issued two citations by the society “alleging, among other things, misgendering an unknown trans child and discussing the facts and medical history of this unknown child.”

Linde was cited on Jun. 3, 2021 for three alleged breaches of conduct. Two of the citations relate to him speaking out about the AB vs CD trial, which has received international coverage.

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

Breaking: Calgary Injunction Aimed at Freedom Protests Ends

A court-ordered injunction aimed to limit the freedom protests ability to march and make noise has ended, just days after The Democracy Fund filed a challenge against it.

For six consecutive weekends, the Calgary freedom movement protested against continued COVID-related public health rules and mandates in spite of a court injunction that placed restrictions on demonstrations in the city. The injunction was ostensibly aimed at the weekly freedom rallies that have been ongoing through the pandemic, and was requested by city council and the Calgary Police Service.

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

Calgary’s Mayor Displays Double Standards on Demonstrations

The Calgary Expo, the city’s comic and entertainment convention, happened this weekend. During the festivities, an abrupt pause occurred as a wild snowstorm cancelled the event’s parade, which was hosted by none other than Mayor Jyoti Gondek.

As the city now enters week six of Gondek’s injunction against protesting, the stark contrast between the few privileged groups allowed to take to the streets — or sidewalks, as outlined in the injunction — becomes clearer and clearer with this week’s parade not only using loud amplification, but additionally blocking off roads.

But aren’t these actions in violation of the injunction? Will the mayor be held accountable, like other protest groups?

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

Dr. Leslyn Lewis Vows to Defund CBC to Thunderous Applause at GTA Campaign Stop

Conservative Party of Canada leader hopeful Dr. Leslyn Lewis swung by Mississauga last Friday evening to give a speech to approximately 300 supporters.

Dr. Lewis, who is a social conservative, outlined her platform and received numerous cheers.

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

Journalists’ Social Media Monitored by RCMP During Freedom Convoy

Damage control over negative publicity of the RCMP during the crackdown on the Freedom Convoy sent the police force’s media relations department scrambling, with teams monitoring and screenshotting the social media accounts of journalists, according to documents obtained by Rebel News.

As reported by The Rebel’s Sheila Gunn Reid, the surveillance occurred in the wake of leaked Whatsapp group chats showing RCMP officers apparently gloating over the mistreatment of Freedom Convoy protesters, with some luxuriating at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier — Ottawa’s choicest establishment.

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

Ottawa Police Chief Says Upcoming ‘Rolling Thunder’ Convoy ‘Will be Held Accountable’ For Unlawful Actions

Ottawa police chief Steve Bell warned organizers of the coming “Rolling Thunder” protest set to take place in the city this weekend that they will be held accountable for their actions.

Bell told the Ottawa Police Services Board on Monday that the estimated 500 to 1,000 cyclists will be held accountable.

The protests, however, will have to take place on foot, as protests in the downtown core are currently not permitted.

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Statistics Canada Data Debunks Claims That Border Blockades Impacted Trade

New data shows that border blockades that happened while Freedom Convoy protests took place in Ottawa had little effect on cross-border trade.

Data from Statistics Canada has revealed that international trade at Ontario and Alberta borders with the US were actually up in February compared to the same time last year.

The new statistics raise doubts about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s justifications for his implementation of the Emergencies Act on Feb. 14, which cited “threats to (Canada’s) economic security resulting from the impacts of blockades of critical infrastructure, including trade corridors and international border crossings.”

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Trudeau Liberals Launch ‘Independent Public Inquiry’ Into Use of Emergencies Act

An inquiry into the Trudeau Liberals’ use of the Emergencies Act over the Freedom Convoy protests has been launched.

Prime Minister Trudeau named long-time judge Paul S. Rouleau to lead the investigation, as he will examine the circumstances that led up to the government’s implementing of the never-before-used act.

Rouleau will present his final report to the House of Commons and Senate in February of 2023. He is expected to make judgments on the “appropriateness and effectiveness” of the Liberals’ use of the act.

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EU Issues Warning to Elon Musk: ‘You Are Welcome But These Are Our Rules’

The European Union has issued a warning to new Twitter owner Elon Musk, telling the billionaire that he has to comply with their digital rules, or face the risk of a hefty fine or ban of the social media platform in European Union member nations.

Thierry Breton, the EU’s commissioner for the internal market, told the Financial Times that Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, who acquired the platform in a $44 billion deal, must abide by the union’s rules on moderating illegal and harmful content online.

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EU Prepares to Punish Hungary Following Orban’s Election Victory, But His Government Remains Defiant

Following Viktor Orban’s landslide election victory on April 3, it was less than 48 hours before the EU indicated it would punish the country with EU funding cuts via sanctions. Nevertheless, the country’s Justice Minister Judit Varga wrote in a Facebook post that Hungary refuses to yield to Brussels.

Varga’s defiant response was in anticipation of the European Commission’s official notice to trigger rule-of-law proceedings against the country, which is expected to arrive in the near future.

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Far-Left Antifa Riot in Multiple French Cities Following Macron Victory

Far-left Antifa extremists protested and rioted in multiple French cities following the election victory of President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday, with clashes breaking out between police and Antifa militants.

Demonstrations and riots broke out in several French cities on Sunday night, following the announcement that President EmmanuelMmacron had secured victory in the second round of the French presidential elections, defeating rival Marine Le Pen.

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Germany Sending ‘Gepard’ Air-Defense Tanks to Support Ukraine Defense

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — The German government will send Ukraine around 50 Gepard air-defense tanks to help that country repel Russian attacks, German and U.S. officials said at a conference here.

The vehicles, made by Krauss-Maffei Wegmann, are no longer in the inventory of the German armed forces, but the manufacturer has kept a number in its own stocks. The ease of use of the two-cannon flak setup, mounted on a Leopard tank chassis, has made the Gepard a favorite among military experts, especially as the Bundeswehr looks for no-frills defenses against drones.

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Ireland: Climate Crazy Minister Sees Record Low Approval Rating After Pushing Fossil Fuel Ban

One climate crazy minister has seen his approval rating drop to rock bottom after pushing for a ban on a popular type of fossil fuel.

Eamon Ryan, a climate crazy minister in charge of the Irish government’s environment portfolio has seen his approval rating sink to a record low in recent polling.

The substantial drop comes after the minister pushed for a ban on peat (turf) by September, a popular type of fossil fuel in the country, while also insisting that a planned carbon tax hike goes ahead despite Irish people facing serious hikes in living costs thanks to inflation.

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Poland’s Liberal-Left Rejoices Over Jansa’s Defeat in Slovenia

Janez Jansa and his Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) lost power in the parliamentary elections on Sunday to the liberal green Freedom Movement led by Robert Golob. It represents a victory for the liberal establishment in Europe against the conservative Jansa.

Predictably enough, we have seen only joy from leftist and liberal politicians along with their supportive media networks, with talk of a defeat for nationalism and populism, and a victory for democratic values. Jansa’s defeat is being compared with the election loss of Marine Le Pen, even though Jansa’s party is part of the ruling European People’s Party (EPP).

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UK: Just Stop Oil Protests: Protesters Breach Kingsbury Oil Terminal Injunction

A number of activists have been arrested after breaching an injunction outside an oil terminal in Tamworth.

Members of the Just Stop Oil group blocked access to the Kingsbury Oil Terminal from 07:30 BST on Tuesday.

A new High Court injunction in the area grants police “enhanced powers to prevent and disrupt any unlawful activity”.

Warwickshire Police said it had detained 16 people following the demonstration.

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War in Ukraine Sends Coal Prices Soaring Even Higher as Nations Turn to ‘Dirty’ Energy

The world’s dependence on coal was already growing even before the war in Ukraine, with consumption and production exploding higher following the lifting of most Covid-19 restrictions. However, the war in Europe has exacerbated a global energy crisis, causing a domino effect. Electricity producers now lack this vital raw material and prices are climbing to new records.

Germany and Italy have even resorted to considering proposals to recommission old coal-fired power plants, once considered nearly impossible to consider given the Green Party’s prominent role in Germany’s left-wing government. At the same time, more and more coal-laden ships are setting out from South Africa to serve nations across the globe, according to Czech news outlet Idnes.cz. In the U.S., coal-based energy is experiencing its biggest recovery in ten years, and China is reopening once-closed mines and planning new ones.

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Watch: Farage Says Le Pen ‘Far From Finished’, Globalist Status Quo ‘Is Going to Break’

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has given his take on Emmanuel Macron’s victory over Marine Le Pen in the French presidential elections, predicting that the populist challenger is not done yet and the status quo is on borrowed time.

Acknowledging the fact that “Macron is the top dog” in the European Union now, not just because four-term German chancellor Angela Merkel has been replaced by the relatively unheralded Olaf Scholz but also because Germany’s long record of cosying up to Russia has left its reputation in the gutter in the wake of the Ukraine crisis, Farage nevertheless contended that he has not had the “huge victory” the BBC and others have portrayed.

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Wild Video: Driver Fleeing French Police Slams Into Bus

A suspect fleeing motorcycle police crashed a stolen car into a bus at high speed in France this week, according to reports.

The dangerous incident unfolded late on Sunday night in Noisy-le-Sec, a commune in the culturally-enriched department of Seine-Saint-Denis.

The driver led authorities on a high-speed pursuit after refusing to comply with orders to stop.

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Zemmour Makes Case for United Right Coalition Ahead of French Parliament Elections

Following the defeat of Marine Le Pen in Sunday’s presidential election, conservative Eric Zemmour has reached out to the National Rally leader to form a right-wing coalition ahead of June’s parliament elections.

On Monday Mr Zemmour, who leads the Reconquest party and won seven per cent of the vote in the first round of the French presidential election, called for unity with Ms Le Pen on the social media platform Twitter.

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Blasts Hit Ministry in Separatist Transnistria, Near Ukraine

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Police in the Moldovan separatist region of Transnistria, where Russia has stationed troops, say several explosions hit the Ministry of State Security building Monday that are believed to be from rocket-propelled grenades.

No injuries were immediately reported in the alleged attack, which took place on the Orthodox Easter Monday holiday in the city of Tiraspol when the building would presumably be more empty than usual. The separatists’ Interior Ministry said on Facebook that some of the building’s windows were broken and that smoke was coming from the structure.

Transnistria, a strip of land with about 470,000 people between Moldova and Ukraine, has been under the control of separatist authorities since a 1992 war with Moldova. Russia bases about 1,500 troops there, calling them peacekeepers, but concerns are high that those forces could be used to invade Ukraine from the west.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the incident…

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Latest News in the Russia-Ukraine War

Ukraine: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the West is engaged in a proxy war with his country that could escalate into a world war with nuclear weapons.

Germany said it would send German-made, self-propelled antiaircraft cannons to Ukraine, a significant delivery of a non-Soviet weapons system by a Western country.

A U.K. defense official, signaling a more aggressive stance, said it would be legitimate for Ukraine to strike targets in Russia using weapons supplied by the West.

United Nations: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Tuesday, called for the establishment of safe and effective humanitarian corridors to help civilians trapped in war-torn areas, and for a swift end to the war. Mr. Guterres travels to Kyiv on Thursday.

Refugees: The U.N. refugee agency estimated that 8.3 million people would leave Ukraine by the end of the year, raising its forecast. It is seeking $1.85 billion to support aid efforts in countries neighboring Ukraine.

The U.S. launched a program for Americans to sponsor Ukrainian refugees, following the Biden administration’s promise to admit 100,000 Ukrainians.

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Russia Expels 40 German Diplomats in Retaliation for “Unfriendly Decision”

Russia announced Monday it is expelling 40 German diplomats in a stunning tit-for-tat move given the huge size of the group of officials being booted from Russian soil.

The Kremlin said it’s a response to the “unfriendly decision” of Berlin to earlier in the month expel Russian diplomats due to the invasion of Ukraine.

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Russia Cuts Off Gas to Poland and Bulgaria

Poland and Bulgaria announced Tuesday that Russia is cutting off their gas supplies after Russian President Vladimir Putin said “unfriendly” countries are required to pay for gas in rubles.

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Apple Complied With 100% of China’s Censorship Demands in 2020: Report

Apple complied with 100% of all Chinese government app takedown requests in 2020, according to a watchdog report released Thursday.

In 2019 and 2020, China’s Apple App Store represented around 55% of all government takedown requests and was the source of almost 75% of all app removals, according to the report from GreatFire, an organization that bills itself as being dedicated to fighting internet censorship.

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China: “No One Wants a Third World War”

The Chinese Foreign Ministry urged that “no one wants to see a third world war” after Russia raised the prospect of the “real” threat of nuclear war.

Beijing moved to make the statement in response to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who on Monday responded to discussion about current tensions being comparable to the 1962 Cuban missile crisis.

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40 Migrants Attack Polish Officers Near Border With Belarus

A group of approximately 40 migrants attacked Polish Border Guard officers on Sunday as they launched stones and propelled other objects in the officers’ direction from Belarusian territory, law enforcement has revealed.

Additionally, eight members of the group, all of whom were Syrian migrants, illegally crossed the border and were arrested.

Tensions at the Polish-Belarusian border are still ongoing with another group of 45 foreign nationals being caught for attempting to illegally cross the border into Poland on Sunday. Authorities have revealed that the group, which included nationals from Cameroon, Yemen, and Egypt, were detained.

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Are Ukrainian Refugees Driving Tuberculosis Rates Higher in Czechia?

Czechia is dealing with an increase in tuberculosis cases in recent days, and while a cause remains unknown, Ukraine’s refugee population could be responsible.

The National Institute of Public Health (SZÚ) has recorded more positive samples for tuberculosis-causing bacteria. An influx of migration from Ukraine, where the disease is more common, may have contributed to the rise. According to the Lancet medical journal, “Ukraine has the fourth-highest tuberculosis incidence in the WHO European Region and the fifth-highest number of confirmed cases of extensively drug-resistant TB in the world.”

While other theories are also being floated, such as a decrease in testing last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the prevalence of tuberculosis in Ukraine nevertheless represents a public health threat for many of the Central and Eastern European nations taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees.

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France: Multicultural Paris Neighborhood Celebrates Marine Le Pen’s Defeat

France’s biggest immigrant and multicultural neighborhoods are cheering the defeat of National Rally candidate Marine Le Pen.

The French newspaper Le Parisien, reporting from the multicultural Barbe’s neighborhood of Paris, found most residents expressed joy over Macron’s victory or just plain relief that Le Pen lost.

“Marine Le Pen only talks about immigration. But she forgets that many immigrants have the right to vote!” said 50-year-old Fatima Camara, who voted for Macron.

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Polish Population Explodes Over 40 Million for First Time, Fears Grow as Cities Overflow With Refugees

Following the wave of immigration into Poland as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Poland’s population has been calculated at 41.5 million, exceeding 40 million for the first time in the country’s history.

A report on refugees in Poland by the Union of Metropolitan Cities has revealed the astronomical population growth in some cities, with southeastern Rzeszów growing by over 50 percent and the capital city of Warsaw expanding by 15 percent. The report has raised concerns that the rapid population increase could lead to social tensions.

According to the report, 70 percent of the Ukrainian influx of refugees has opted to temporarily settle in the 12 largest cities that make up the Union of Metropolitan Cities.

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Amazon Execs Say Matt Walsh’s Bestselling Children’s Book is ‘Traumatic’ For Trans Employees and Customers

In a recently revealed session held by Amazon leadership, team members are heard plotting on how to take down Matt Walsh’s children’s book “Johnny the Walrus,” saying that the picture book is “problematic” and “traumatic.”

Before playing a complaint from a customer, one team member said: “It’s been a very traumatic experience for transgender Amazonians and our transgender customers. What I don’t want to come out of this is slamming the books team with a bunch of tickets; they’re already aware of this. There will be there are things in this space that are happening.”

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Death, Condoms, Chains: Here Are Eco Activists’ Craziest Earth Day Stunts

Climate activists staged a variety of demonstrations worldwide on Earth Day in an attempt to increase pressure on lawmakers to implement aggressive environmental policies.

Activists engaged in alleged self-immolation, delayed newspaper deliveries, chained themselves to buildings and gave away free condoms, all in the name of environmentalism.

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‘Transgender’ Rikers Inmate Sentenced to 7 Years for Raping Female Inmate in Bathroom

A transgender inmate at New York City’s Rikers Island jail has been sentenced to seven years in prison after the inmate raped a female inmate in the bathroom.

On February 8, 2021, 33-year-old Ramel Blount, also known as Diamond Blount, reportedly approached a female inmate from behind that had just finished showering in the jail’s Rose M. Singer facility, pushed her down by the neck, and raped her, according to Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark.

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Outbreak of Hepatitis in Children Caused by Lockdowns That Weakened Immunity

A shocking outbreak of hepatitis cases in children may have been caused by lockdowns and social distancing, which served to weaken immune systems, according to health experts.

The global surge has so far impacted 12 different countries, with 169 cases of “acute hepatitis of unknown origin” detected since last October, the WHO announced.

Most of the cases have occurred in children under the age of 5, with 17 requiring critical liver transplants and one youngster dying.

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5 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/26/2022

  1. “Outbreak of Hepatitis in Children Caused by Lockdowns That Weakened Immunity” I suppose nobody’s going to check the vaccination status of the victims, but I wouldn’t be surprised if such a probe would turn out to be…interesting…

  2. The psychologist raped migrants.

    In Lithuania, an investigation has been launched into possible sexual abuse at the Aliens Registration Centre. The suspect is said to be a former Red Cross psychologist.

    According to the report, the victims allegedly claim that they were subjected to violence both in the living quarters and in the consultation room: “He told me that he could order the migration service to send me back home, or maybe help me stay, so I must be obedient . I was sure that this was a very influential officer of the border service, and he dressed like that, I do not know English and could not understand what position he occupies, I was afraid to contradict him, he promised “to draw up my documents in such a way that as needed.”

    https://www.respublika.lt/lt/naujienos/ru/obscestvo/psixolog-nasiloval-migrantov/

  3. “Meanwhile, the EU and the UK warned Mr. Musk that Twitter must abide by their censorship rules or face substantial fines. ”

    In other words: promote islam and islamisation. Praise islam. Facilitate their colonization of the west. Don’t complain no matter what they do or how many murder. Don’t quit the course of suicide. Be blind to to muslim atrocities in Europe and Israel. Nay, find excuses for them.

    EU and UK tell us to be subservient to islam, our master. They replaced Robinson Crusoe’s “Friday” Yes, sir, No, Sir.

    Yes, sir your religion is peaceful. Leave Christianity’s fairytales. What? are you so crazy as to believe in myths and not embrace the only alla’s truth religion?

    So Musk be careful : you must love islam with all your heart, hate Russia with all your might no matter how much we harass and be hostile to it and provoke it, Or EU will impoverish you.

    Always describe our oppression of our people and promotion of islam as democracy.

    Truth is your enemy: If you publish the documents released by Pfizer about the adverse effects of poisons renamed vaccine, though truthful and leaked by Pfizer itself, you will be fined billions. We have no morals, no scruples no honor.

    You must always describe Our muzzling of our people as freedom of speech.

    • I joined Twitter Monday and am enjoying reading all the complaints by liberals, actors and Democrats. They are really pissed off that Elon have created a free speech site. They are howlingly angry that they are losing followers while conservatives in every field are gaining thousands of supporters.

      It’s the most entertaining thing I have experienced since the hogs ate my baby brother./sarc

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