Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/1/2022

A man carrying a handgun and a rifle entered a medical building in Tulsa, Oklahoma, told passersby he was looking for Dr. Phillips, and then started shooting. He killed three people before taking his own life as police arrived. It is not yet known whether a Dr. Phillips is among the killer’s victims.

In other news, government experts in the UK advised citizens who show symptoms of monkeypox not to have sex with other people.

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

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Financial Crisis
» “Incredible Transition” Update: Gas Prices Hit New Record; Analysts Wonder When We Break $5 a Gallon
» 25% of Americans Are Delaying Retirement Due to Inflation, Survey Finds
» Poland: Inflation Breaks Records After Soaring to 13.9%, Economists Warn of Further Increases
 
USA
» “Catastrophic”: Five Dead Including Shooter at Tulsa Medical Building
» “Pretend to Work Somewhere Else”: Elon Musk Says All Tesla Employees Must Return to the Office
» Billionaire Soros, Special Interests Dump Another $1 Million Into Contra Costa DA’s Race to Support Becton, Defeat Knox
» Breaking: Johnny Depp Responds to His Court Ruling, ‘The Jury Gave Me My Life Back’
» Breaking: Buffalo Shooting Suspect Charged With Domestic Terrorism
» Breaking: Biden to Send High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems to Ukraine ‘To Repel Russian Attacks’
» California Votes to End Mandatory Reporting on Students Who Threaten Schools
» COVID Restrictions Are Coming Back
» Crackhead MILF and Incest Porn: Hunter Biden Search History Revealed; Texted Pornhub Link to ‘Dad’
» Doctor Pushes Back Against California’s Medical Misinformation Policy
» DOJ Asks Court to Reinstate COVID Mask Mandate on Public Transportation
» Dystopian Viral Videos Stream Out of Decaying New York City
» Emboldened by Democrat Law, Criminals Won’t Pull Over for Cops as WA Crime Surges
» Federal Jury Convicts High-Level ISIS Member of Providing Material Support to a Foreign Terrorist Organization, Including Two Counts Resulting in Death
» George Soros Spends Big on Effort to Oust the Portland Area’s Top Prosecutor
» Gunman Storms Tulsa Hospital Campus and Tells Passerby He’s Looking for ‘Dr. Phillips’ — Killing Three People in the Rampage Before Turning Gun on Himself
» Joe Rogan: Who Would Have Guessed That Fox News and the Right Would Have My Back Against the Left?
» Johnny Depp Wins Defamation Case Against Amber Heard in Split Decision
» Judge Grants Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr. Unconditional Release
» Judge Hands New York Man Longer Sentence for ISIS Support, FBI Attack
» Majority of Americans Believe Armed and Properly Trained Teachers Make Schools Safer, Report
» Mike Tyson Podcast With Alex Jones Censored After Pressure From Big Tech
» New Lancet Study Destroys the CDC’s Justification for School Mask Mandates
» Scientists Shine New Light on Role of Earth’s Orbit in the Fate of Ancient Ice Sheets
» Seattle Police Stopped Investigating New Adult Sexual Assaults This Year, Memo Shows
» Shocking Moment 16-Year-Old Girl is Stabbed in the Shoulder While Entering a Deli in Brooklyn
» Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Texas Social Media Anti-Censorship Law
» Suspended Disinformation Board Chief Says it Could Have Helped Reduce Mass Shootings
» Video: Rand Paul’s Democrat Opponent Dons a Noose to Suggest Senator Supports Lynching
» Video: White House Says Executive Action on Gun Control Coming
» ‘White Identified’ WA College Staff Joined Radical Anti-Racist Political Workshop
» Woman Injured in Brooklyn Subway Shooting Sues Gun Manufacturer Glock
» You’d Think Ten Guns Fired Themselves and Injured 10 People in One Day in Portland
 
Canada
» 1,600 Soldiers Sideswiped by Military Vaccine Requirement
» Canada Looks to Buy Up to $500 Million in Arms for Ukraine
» CRTC Confirms Internet Bill C-11 Will Regulate User Content
» Did You Take Part in the Freedom Convoy? Maybe You Were Wiretapped Like This Retired Cop
» Interview: Journalist Assaulted by Controversial Trans Activist While Reporting for Rebel News
» James Topp to Meet MPs, Shames “Total Corporate Media Blackout” On His March
» Live Updates: Rocco Galati’s Court Case Against COVID-19 Restrictions
» NDP Push for Nationwide Drug Decriminalization After BC Given Go-Ahead
» Toronto Police Revokes Vaccine Mandate for Serving Members
» Trudeau Says Canada ‘Still in a Pandemic’, Defends Vaccine Border Measures
 
Europe and the EU
» France: ‘They Found Our Fear Amusing’ — Gangs of Mostly Middle Eastern and African Youths Robbed and Even Stripped UK and Spanish Fans of Their Clothes During Paris Champions League Match
» France: Terms Like ‘Young People’ And ‘Sensitive Neighborhoods’ Are Coded Soviet-Style Language Used to Disguise Reality, Says Sociologist Bock-Cote About Violent Riots in Paris
» French Police Ambushed by Violent Mob While Arresting Teen Suspect
» Fuel Rationing May be Coming to Europe
» Hungary Was Right to Demand Oil Embargo Exemption, Says Dutch PM
» Pressure Group Tells German Citizens to Use App to Report “Hate Speech”
» Spain: Marriages Plummeted by Nearly 50 Per Cent During First Year of Pandemic
» Stop the Spread by Not Having Sex, UK Tells Monkeypox Sufferers
» UK: Two Young Men Are Stabbed to Death in Separate Incidents in London as the Capital Prepares for Four-Day Jubilee Weekend Holiday
» WHO Suffers Defeat as Countries Massively Oppose Globalist Plans
 
Middle East
» Israel and UAE Sign Historic Free-Trade Agreement
 
Russia
» Blinken Warns of “Many Months” of Russia-Ukraine Conflict Ahead
» Russia-Ukraine War Live: Latest News
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australian Primary School Sees “Microchips in Student’s Brains” in 10 Years
 
Immigration
» Czechia: 85% of Ukrainian Refugees Have Stayed in the Country
 
Culture Wars
» After Azov Dropped Nazi Insignia From Uniform, Media Hypes New ‘Unicorn LGBTQ’ Patch
» Gender Identity Group Funded by Disney Seeks Children to Turn Into LGBTQ+ Activists
» Georgia School Refuses to Let Kids Opt-Out of Lessons ‘Steeped in’ Critical Gender, Race Theories, Parents Group Says
» Parents Slam Virginia School Board for Considering Punishing Students for ‘Misgendering’ And Creating Co-Ed Sex Ed Classes
» Report: BBC Changed Victim’s Statement So as Not to ‘Misgender’ Her Trans Rapist
 

“Incredible Transition” Update: Gas Prices Hit New Record; Analysts Wonder When We Break $5 a Gallon

CBS’ analysts peg the date we hit $5 per gallon as the national average at June 17. I say … take the under, because Joe Biden’s “incredible transition” is accelerating:

Motorists hoping for some relief at the pump should think again.

Gas prices nationally could reach $5 a gallon on average by as early as June 17, according to Patrick De Haan, an analyst for GasBuddy, which tracks fuel costs across the nation. That’s up from the current national average of $4.62 a gallon, already a record high, according to AAA.

Americans are paying record-high prices for gasoline as the summer travel season arrives — an issue that’s weighing on consumers as they make their vacation plans more than rising COVID-19 rates, according to a new survey from Morning Consult. At a handful of stations in California, fuel now tops the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.

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

25% of Americans Are Delaying Retirement Due to Inflation, Survey Finds

Americans’ finances are being squeezed as inflation pushes up prices on things such as rent, groceries and gasoline.

As a result, one-quarter of Americans will have to delay their retirement, according to the BMO Real Financial Progress Index, a quarterly survey conducted between March 30 and April 25.

Putting off retirement plans is mostly due to disrupted savings from increased prices, the survey found. Thirty-six percent of survey respondents have reduced their savings and 21% are putting away less for retirement in order to keep up with growing costs, according to the survey.

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

Poland: Inflation Breaks Records After Soaring to 13.9%, Economists Warn of Further Increases

In the biggest blow to the Polish economy since February 1998, inflation across the country reached 13.9 percent in May, as the continuing conflict in Ukraine and unfavorable weather led to huge increases in energy bills and food costs.

According to the latest data from Statistics Poland (GUS), prices of consumer goods and services increased by 13.9 percent compared to the same period a year earlier. This represents a serious acceleration compared to April this year when inflation was at 12.4 percent. Such a rate of price increases was expected by analysts, and it may determine the anticipated rise of interest rates to be determined by a meeting of the Polish Monetary Policy Council on June 8.

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

“Catastrophic”: Five Dead Including Shooter at Tulsa Medical Building

Update (2030ET): Authorities in Tusla, Oklahoma, confirm five dead, including the shooter. Police said the man used a rifle and a handgun during the shooting on the second floor of the Natalie Medical Building.

Update (1930ET): Authorities in Tusla, Oklahoma, confirm four dead, including the shooter, after a man armed with a rifle entered an outpatient surgery center at Saint Francis Hospital, according to Police Capt. Richard Meulenberg, who described the shooting as a “catastrophic scene.” The shooter reportedly committed suicide.

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

“Pretend to Work Somewhere Else”: Elon Musk Says All Tesla Employees Must Return to the Office

As some companies try and delicately walk the line between returning to the office and offering “work from home” benefits to their employees in a post-Covid world, Elon Musk has taken a stance without quite as much nuance.

“Anyone who wishes to do remote work must be in the office for a minimum (and I mean *minimum*) of 40 hours per week or depart Tesla,” Musk wrote in a company email that was leaked this week.

“Remote work is no longer acceptable,” was the name of the email. In it, Musk put his employees to a choice: return to your desks and offices or start finding work elsewhere. The email was reported on by Fortune.

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

Billionaire Soros, Special Interests Dump Another $1 Million Into Contra Costa DA’s Race to Support Becton, Defeat Knox

The Washington, D.C.-based PAC funded by billionaire George Soros has received another $1 million more to help re-elect incumbent Contra Costa D.A. Diana Becton and defeat her challenger, Deputy D.A. Mary Knox. According to two campaign finance reports on Netfile.com submitted by the California Justice & Public Safety PAC date May 28, Soros contributed $652,000, the Smart Justice California Action Fund contributed $300,000 and M. Quinn Delaney of Piedmont contributed $50,000.

According to their website, Smart Justice California is “an alliance of donors and funders…helping to change the belief that prosecutors must be incarceration-driven by engaging voters and establishing a statewide candidate pipeline of justice reform champions.”

The report lists Delaney as retired. But according to the organization’s website, she “is the Founder and Board Chair of Akonadi Foundation, which supports the development of powerful social change movements to eliminate structural racism and create a racially just society. The Foundation funds primarily in Oakland with a focus on ending the criminalization of people of color.”

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

Breaking: Johnny Depp Responds to His Court Ruling, ‘The Jury Gave Me My Life Back’

Following the verdict ruling in favor of Johnny Depp in his defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard, the actor released a statement thanking people for their encouragement and support.

“Six years ago, my life, the life of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and also, the lives of the people, who for many, many years have supported and believed in me were forever changed,” Depp wrote on Instagram. “All in the blink of an eye.”

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

Breaking: Buffalo Shooting Suspect Charged With Domestic Terrorism

A grand jury has indicted the alleged Buffalo supermarket shooter on charges including domestic terrorism, and authorities are further investigating the possibility of hate crime charges.

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

Breaking: Biden to Send High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems to Ukraine ‘To Repel Russian Attacks’

The Biden White House released a statement on Wednesday announcing that it would be providing High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) thanks to the additional $40 billion in funding that was passed “with overwhelming bipartisan support”

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

California Votes to End Mandatory Reporting on Students Who Threaten Schools

The California State Senate voted Thursday to end a requirement that students who threaten violence against school officials be reported.

Before the California law was passed, existing law stated that whenever a school official is “attacked, assaulted, or physically threatened by any pupil,” staff was “required to promptly report the incident to specified law enforcement authorities.” The new bill repealed this requirement.

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

COVID Restrictions Are Coming Back

COVID restrictions are returning in response to what the media is hysterically reporting as “soaring case numbers” in the US.

Really?

Let’s take a look at those “soaring case numbers.”

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

Crackhead MILF and Incest Porn: Hunter Biden Search History Revealed; Texted Pornhub Link to ‘Dad’

Hunter Biden, who dated his late brother’s wife Hallie, had an obsession with ‘MILF crack cocaine porn,’ lonely widows, and incest fantasies, according to his internet search history covering just six days before his laptop broke in March 2019.

According to the Daily Mail, Hunter also loved filming himself banging prostitutes and then uploading them to his own Pornhub account, “RHEast,” none of which showed Hunter’s face.

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

Doctor Pushes Back Against California’s Medical Misinformation Policy

As previously reported, the California legislature wants to pass a “medical misinformation bill,” aka Assembly Bill 2098. The law would ban doctors from giving medical advice and treatment not approved by the state.

Put simply, the bill bans doctors in California from criticizing vaccines and alternative treatments not approved for Covid like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, particularly online.

One doctor, Syed Haider, has been forced to retain a lawyer because of his support of such treatments.

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

DOJ Asks Court to Reinstate COVID Mask Mandate on Public Transportation

The Department of Justice on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to overturn a district judge’s ruling that ended the Biden administration’s transportation mask mandate, Reuters reported.

Shortly after the a Florida judge struck down the mandate in April, the DOJ signaled it would file an appeal if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention deemed masks necessary.

The judge found in April that the transportation mask mandate, which applied to airline and train passengers as young as 2-years-old, was unlawful.

In an appeal filed hours before the deadline, the Justice Department argued that the CDC’s 2021 mask mandate was “within” the health agency’s legal authority.

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

Dystopian Viral Videos Stream Out of Decaying New York City

As the Big Apple rots, dystopian videos stream out of New York City almost daily. They range from disturbing to surreal, and like a bloody car crash, they are almost impossible to look away from.

A video of a man being held by one man and as others beat him on a New York subway platform has been making the rounds. But this isn’t merely your average clip of an Asian being attacked in Gotham. In a twist, the man holding the victim from behind told the videographer that his captive had attempted to sexually assault a female passenger on a subway. The videographer then called the police.

This would have been fine if the story ended there, but it didn’t.

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

Emboldened by Democrat Law, Criminals Won’t Pull Over for Cops as WA Crime Surges

Law enforcement agencies in Washington are reporting a high number of instances where criminal suspects refuse to pull over during investigations because of a Democrat anti-policing bill. Many times, the suspects are in stolen cars.

The sheriffs in Pierce, Snohomish, and Chelan counties say the problem is rampant. The Washington State Patrol says troopers encountered nearly 1,000 instances of suspects refusing to pull over, according to the Northwest News Network. Lakewood PD experiences daily refusals to pull over.

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

Federal Jury Convicts High-Level ISIS Member of Providing Material Support to a Foreign Terrorist Organization, Including Two Counts Resulting in Death

Mirsad Kandic Faces Up to Life Imprisonment for Becoming an ISIS Fighter, Recruiting Other ISIS Fighters, and Providing Weapons, Equipment, and Battlefield Intelligence to ISIS

A New York man was found guilty by a federal jury in Brooklyn, following a three-week trial before U.S. District Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis, of one count of conspiracy to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), and five substantive counts of providing material support to ISIS.

According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, Mirsad Kandic, 40, of Brooklyn, New York, and Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, was a high-ranking member of ISIS, a designated foreign terrorist organization. He had multiple responsibilities within the global terrorist organization, including recruiting foreign fighters, trafficking foreign fighters from the West through Turkey and into Syria, and obtaining weapons, military equipment, maps, money, and false identifications for ISIS fighters. In carrying out these responsibilities, the defendant worked directly with ISIS emirs and battlefield commanders, including Bajro Ikanovic, who commanded an ISIS training camp in Syria beginning in or around 2014. Ikanovic, in turn, reported to Omar Shishani, then the top military commander for ISIS, and a key advisor to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was, at the time, the leader of ISIS and the self-declared Caliph of the Islamic State.

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

George Soros Spends Big on Effort to Oust the Portland Area’s Top Prosecutor

A Democratic megadonor is spending an unprecedented sum to oust the Cumberland County district attorney as part of a national effort to elect progressive prosecutors.

Since 2010, only $464,000 has been spent by all Maine district attorney campaigns. The outside spending in this one already accounts for more than any of those races to date ahead of the Democratic primary in June between incumbent Jonathan Sahrbeck and challenger Jackie Sartoris. No other candidates are running in November, making this the deciding election.

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

Gunman Storms Tulsa Hospital Campus and Tells Passerby He’s Looking for ‘Dr. Phillips’ — Killing Three People in the Rampage Before Turning Gun on Himself

A gunman who stormed a medical building in Tulsa targeting a specific doctor killed three people before he turned the gun on himself.

At least four people, including the gunman by self-inflicted gunshot, were killed in a shooting at Natalie Building at St Francis Hospital in Tulsa, City Council Jayme Fowler told reporters on Wednesday.

An unidentified gunman, armed with both a rifle and a handgun, allegedly told multiple people to clear the medical center and that he was looking for a ‘Dr. Phillips’ at time of shooting.

Police confirmed that the gunman killed three people and left one person in critical condition before he turned the gun on himself.

It is not clear if the doctor the gunman targeted was among the victims…

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Joe Rogan: Who Would Have Guessed That Fox News and the Right Would Have My Back Against the Left?

Right now I’d give him about a five percent chance of being the 2028 GOP nominee.

That’s slightly less than Elon Musk, who I’d put at 10 percent considering he’d need a constitutional amendment to make him eligible for the presidency.

I bet $250 billion could help sway a lot of state legislators, though.

It’s strange to me that Rogan still identifies as a liberal rather than as, say, a libertarian. Just listen to the point he makes here about Universal Basic Income (language warning).

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

Johnny Depp Wins Defamation Case Against Amber Heard in Split Decision

In a hell of a twist at 3 p.m. on Wednesday a jury in the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard case teased the public with a verdict that wasn’t filled out properly. Judge Penney Azcarate sent them back to add damages to their verdict sheet, to the groans of spectators everywhere. But they were only gone for a few minutes and returned with a verdict in favor of Depp on all counts. The jury awarded Depp a total of $15 million (due to a cap on Virginia’s punitive damages, the award was reduced by the judge to a total of $10,350,000).

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

Judge Grants Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr. Unconditional Release

A federal judge on Wednesday granted would-be President Ronald Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. a full, unconditional release, roughly 40 years after he shot Reagan outside a Washington, D.C., hotel.

U.S. District Court Judge Paul Friedman said in granting the released that Hinkley’s journey from hospital detention to conditional release to now has been a “long road.”

The judge’s order takes effect June 15, according to Fox News.

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

Judge Hands New York Man Longer Sentence for ISIS Support, FBI Attack

A federal judge on Tuesday increased her sentence for a New York City man who planned to join Islamic State and attacked an FBI agent to 25 years on Tuesday, after a federal appeals court called the original 17-year sentence “shockingly low.”

Fareed Mumuni, 27, pleaded guilty in 2017 to discussing plans to travel overseas to join the militant group also known as ISIS and trying to stab an FBI agent after authorities arrived at his residence in the New York City borough of Staten Island in 2015 to execute a search warrant.

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

Majority of Americans Believe Armed and Properly Trained Teachers Make Schools Safer, Report

According to a new poll, the majority of Americans believe that having armed, properly trained teachers would make schools safer.

The poll was conducted by The Trafalgar Group in partnership with Convention of States Action (COSA) in the aftermath of a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. The data obtained by the Daily Wire, showed that a majority of likely voters in 2022 supported having armed and properly trained teachers in schools.

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

Mike Tyson Podcast With Alex Jones Censored After Pressure From Big Tech

A much hyped interview that was set to be broadcast on boxing legend Mike Tyson’s Hotboxin’ podcast with Alex Jones was censored after Tyson’s production company reportedly came under pressure from Big Tech and other outside groups.

Tyson reached out to Jones in early April, telling him that he was a listener and a fan before inviting him to appear on his iconic podcast.

Jones and his team then flew out to meet Tyson and his production team before filming what was set to be a groundbreaking interview.

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

New Lancet Study Destroys the CDC’s Justification for School Mask Mandates

The Lancet, a world-renown medical journal, is out with a new study debunking a highly-cited CDC study that was used to support mask mandates in schools.

Specifically, the study not only replicates the CDC study, which found a “negative association” between masks and pediatric cases of Covid-19, it also extends the study to include more districts over a longer period of time. In the end, the new study had nearly “six times as much data as the original study.”

“Replicating the CDC study shows similar results; however, incorporating a larger sample and longer period showed no significant relationship between mask mandates and case rates,” the study finds.

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

Scientists Shine New Light on Role of Earth’s Orbit in the Fate of Ancient Ice Sheets

Scientists have finally put to bed a long-standing question over the role of Earth’s orbit in driving global ice age cycles.

In a new study published today in the journal Science, the team from Cardiff University has been able to pinpoint exactly how the tilting and wobbling of the Earth as it orbits around the Sun has influenced the melting of ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere over the past 2 million years or so.

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

Seattle Police Stopped Investigating New Adult Sexual Assaults This Year, Memo Shows

Seattle police’s sexual assault and child abuse unit staff has been so depleted that it stopped assigning to detectives this year new cases with adult victims, according to an internal memo sent to interim police Chief Adrian Diaz in April.

The unit’s sergeant put her staffing crisis in stark terms.

“The community expects our agency to respond to reports of sexual violence,” Sgt. Pamela St. John wrote, “and at current staffing levels that objective is unattainable.”

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

Shocking Moment 16-Year-Old Girl is Stabbed in the Shoulder While Entering a Deli in Brooklyn

A 16-year-old Brooklyn girl was stabbed in broad daylight while entering a deli, as crime soars in New York City.

Shocking footage from the May 22 incident released by the NYPD on Wednesday shows the teenager entering the Urban Juice Bar & Grill in Brownsville.

A man dressed in gray sweatpants and a black shirt with a white lion in the back can be seen pulling over a knife and stabbing the victim in the left shoulder.

The perpetrator then fled the scene. The girl was taken to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center and has since been released, the New York Post reported.

The scene comes despite NYC Mayor Eric Adam’s vow to crackdown on crime in the city, which is up nearly 40 percent from the same time last year…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Texas Social Media Anti-Censorship Law

Authored by Matthew Vadum via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours)

The Supreme Court voted 5-4 late on May 31 to temporarily block a Texas law that prevents social media platforms from censoring users based on their political views.

Known as HB 20, the state law makes it unlawful for tech platforms to restrict or remove content based on “the viewpoint of the user or another person” or “the viewpoint represented in the user’s expression.”

The statute also requires the platforms to establish procedures users can use to appeal a platform’s decision to “remove content posted by the user.” The law applies to platforms that have more than 50 million active monthly users in the United States.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed the bill in September 2021.

The case is Netchoice v. Paxton, court file 21A720.

The applicants are two trade associations representing big tech—Netchoice and the Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA). The respondent is Ken Paxton, a Republican who is the attorney general of Texas.

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

Suspended Disinformation Board Chief Says it Could Have Helped Reduce Mass Shootings

Speaking after the recent Uvalde school shooting in Texas, The DHS’ Disinformation Governance Board’s former executive director Nina Jankowicz has suggested that the board, colloquially dubbed by many the “Ministry of Truth,” could have helped address mass shootings in the country. The DHS paused the board’s work three weeks ago, just three weeks after it was announced.

“I think another example that’s important, that’s also within the Department’s portfolio, especially given the events of the past few weeks, is that disinformation plays a role in radicalizing people to violence,” Jankowicz said during an interview on NPR’s podcast “Fresh Air.”

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

Video: Rand Paul’s Democrat Opponent Dons a Noose to Suggest Senator Supports Lynching

Senator Rand Paul’s Democratic opponent in Kentucky has put out a video in which he is seen wearing a noose around his neck, and suggesting that Paul supports lynching black people.

Charles Booker appears in the video, which implies that Paul held up legislation in 2020 that would have made lynching a federal hate crime in America because he actually supports it.

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

Video: White House Says Executive Action on Gun Control Coming

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declared Tuesday that “executive actions” on gun control are being looked at by the Biden administration.

Jean-Pierre told reporters “It is an epidemic — the gun violence we are seeing across the country and we have to do something,” adding “we have to take efforts to act to protect our kids.”

“We are looking at other executive actions that we can possibly do,” she further revealed.

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

‘White Identified’ WA College Staff Joined Radical Anti-Racist Political Workshop

A group of far-left educators hosted high-level college staff for a two-day workshop on dismantling racism and becoming anti-racist educators. It was geared towards “white-identifying folks with European ancestry and people who benefit from white privilege.” When one staff member chided the workshop, the educators mocked her.

The online event was hosted by Friends of the Faculty and Staff of Color Conference (FSOCC). Normally, the group provides workshops for “faculty of color,” but on April 21 and 22, 2022, the group opted for white-centered attendance to turn staff into more effective anti-racist activists.

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

Woman Injured in Brooklyn Subway Shooting Sues Gun Manufacturer Glock

Lawsuit says Glock should be held liable because it ‘endangered the public health and safety’ with marketing and sales of its guns

A woman wounded in last month’s mass shooting on a New York City subway car filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Glock, the maker of the handgun allegedly used in the attack.

Ilene Steur, 49, was one of 10 people hurt by direct gunfire when she was hit by a bullet in her buttocks during her commute to work on 12 April.

Her lawsuit against the Austrian gun manufacturer, filed as a federal lawsuit in Brooklyn, claims that Glock should be held liable because it “endangered the public health and safety” with the marketing, distribution and sales of its guns. It accuses the firearm manufacturer of “reckless disregard for human life”.

A man charged in the attack, Frank James, is described a “Black nationalist” in the complaint. He has pleaded not guilty to terrorism and other counts after turning himself in.

Prosecutors allege James set off smoke canisters and then fired a 9mm Glock handgun at least 33 times inside the crowded subway car. In addition to the 10 people wounded in the attack, 13 others were injured by smoke inhalation and in the ensuing chaos.

Steur’s lawsuit accuses Glock of “marketing that emphasizes firearm characteristics such as their high capacity and ease of concealment, that appeal to prospective purchasers with criminal intent”…

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

You’d Think Ten Guns Fired Themselves and Injured 10 People in One Day in Portland

Portland (Antifastan) police report that ten guns shot ten people over a 24-hour period of time starting Friday night, Memorial Day weekend. No guns have been arrested.

Let’s go over the weekend incidents in which guns fired themselves into ten victims during ten incidents.

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

1,600 Soldiers Sideswiped by Military Vaccine Requirement

Nearly 1,600 Canadian soldiers in the regular forces have quit, been kicked out or faced discipline for not complying with the Trudeau government’s mandatory Covid vaccination policy.

According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the Department of National Defence (DND) also forced 307 civilian employees on unpaid leave for not showing proof of at least two Covid shots.

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

Canada Looks to Buy Up to $500 Million in Arms for Ukraine

Canada is reportedly in talks with South Korea to purchase 100,000 artillery shells for Ukraine at a potential cost of $500 million to help the nation fight off their Russian invaders. Canada is one of many countries around the world that have delivered weapons to Ukraine.

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

CRTC Confirms Internet Bill C-11 Will Regulate User Content

The chair of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has confirmed that the Trudeau government’s Bill C-11 would crack down on user content — contrary to the government’s own testimony.

Testifying at a Canadian heritage committee hearing on Tuesday, CRTC chair Ian Scott said, “[Section] 4.2 allows the CRTC to prescribe by regulation user uploaded content subject to very explicit criteria. That is also in the Act.”

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Did You Take Part in the Freedom Convoy? Maybe You Were Wiretapped Like This Retired Cop

We’re going to get to the bottom of this and we’re going to try to make this right. This isn’t China or Venezuela where it’s perfectly acceptable for the government to spy on political dissidents.

We’re going to come out this from four different angles.

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Interview: Journalist Assaulted by Controversial Trans Activist While Reporting for Rebel News

In today’s report we sit down to interview Counter Signal journalist and former Rebel News reporter Keean Bexte about the conviction of his violent attacker Jessica Simpson, formerly known as Jonathan Yaniv.

Simpson, a controversial self-proclaimed human rights advocate who identifies as a lesbian transgender woman, assaulted Bexte in January 2020 while he was practicing journalism for Rebel News. The brazen attack took place outside of the Surrey Provincial Courthouse where Simpson had to appear due to a prohibited weapons charges.

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James Topp to Meet MPs, Shames “Total Corporate Media Blackout” On His March

As James Topp prepares to meet with MPs in Ottawa on Jun. 22, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veteran tells True North it’s been made clear to him that the Trudeau government and the legacy media are a big part of what has divided Canada.

“There’s this serious problem in the nation right now with the division that’s been produced over the past two years,” he said. “We’re going to come together with a number of organizations and hopefully work together with Members of Parliament to try to do something to fix that.”

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Live Updates: Rocco Galati’s Court Case Against COVID-19 Restrictions

As the federal government implemented a multitude of Covid-19 related policies affecting millions of Canadians, “Action for Canada” decided to fight back.

Lawyer Rocco Galati, along with ‘Action for Canada,’ is addressing the defendants’ Motion to Strike’ today.

Rebel News’ Drea Humphrey is covering the hearing with live tweets from the British Columbia Supreme Court.

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NDP Push for Nationwide Drug Decriminalization After BC Given Go-Ahead

Jagmeet Singh and his party are pushing for a nationwide solution to the drug crisis after BC was given the federal go-ahead to try a health-based approach.

On Tuesday, BC announced that it had received an exemption from Health Canada, allowing the province to decriminalize drugs and treat the crisis as a health issue.

This prompted NDP leader Jagmeet Singh to speak up, pushing for a nationwide solution via a bill presented by his party.

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Toronto Police Revokes Vaccine Mandate for Serving Members

The Toronto Police Service (TPS) is rescinding its Covid vaccination policy for members currently on unpaid leave and inviting them back to work on Jun. 21.

TPS spokesperson Allison Sparkes confirmed the removal of the policy to True North in an emailed statement.

“The Service’s decision to rescind its COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Requirement was made in response to the current public health and occupational health context of the pandemic and the unique nature of its work and workplaces. Approximately 99% of our members are fully vaccinated and new hires are required to be fully vaccinated.”

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Trudeau Says Canada ‘Still in a Pandemic’, Defends Vaccine Border Measures

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his government’s recent extension of Canada’s border restrictions, saying that all decisions made are “anchored in science.”

Trudeau extended border measures despite travel and tourism representatives, as well as a growing number of medical experts, call for a relaxing of mandates both at the border and for domestic travel.

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France: ‘They Found Our Fear Amusing’ — Gangs of Mostly Middle Eastern and African Youths Robbed and Even Stripped UK and Spanish Fans of Their Clothes During Paris Champions League Match

Following riots during Saturday’s Champions League final in Paris, more shocking information about organized gangs of youth, made up primarily of Middle Eastern and African youths, is coming to light.

As Remix News reported yesterday, Britons who arrived in Paris were subjected to mass assaults and thefts outside the Stade de Paris in the troubled, multicultural neighborhood of Saint-Denis, and witnesses are coming forward to share their traumatic experiences, including British and Spanish fans.

One Spanish fan speaking with French news channel CNews said that he arrived at the stadium with his family, when organized gangs targeted them.

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France: Terms Like ‘Young People’ And ‘Sensitive Neighborhoods’ Are Coded Soviet-Style Language Used to Disguise Reality, Says Sociologist Bock-Cote About Violent Riots in Paris

The mass violence from France’s migrant and ethnic minority community, which erupted during the Paris Champions League final on Sunday, highlights the divide between reality and the discourse in politics and media, Canadian sociologist, philosopher and political commentator, Mathieu Bock-Côté, told viewers on French television CNews.

“Like in the USSR, the population had to decipher the lies of the government and the media. When they say ‘a young person’ or ‘a sensitive neighborhood,’ we all spontaneously understand what they are talking about.”

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French Police Ambushed by Violent Mob While Arresting Teen Suspect

Police in France were attacked by a large mob hurling projectiles while attempting to arrest a teen suspect last week, according to reports.

The harrowing incident unfolded at around 4:15 p.m. on Thursday afternoon in Bron, a commune in the Lyon metro region.

Officers spotted a young male riding a scooter erratically and attempted to pull him over.

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Fuel Rationing May be Coming to Europe

The current energy crisis could be one of the worst and longest in history and Europe could be hit particularly hard, the head of the International Energy Agency, Fatih Birol, said on Tuesday.

In an interview with German magazine Der Spiegel, Birol said that the fallout from the events in Ukraine is likely to make the current energy crisis worse than the crises of the 1970s.

“Back then it was all about oil. Now we have an oil crisis, a gas crisis and an electricity crisis at the same time,” Birol told the publication, adding that before the ongoing events in Ukraine, Russia was “a cornerstone of the global energy system: the world’s largest oil exporter, the world’s largest gas exporter, a leading supplier of coal.”

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Hungary Was Right to Demand Oil Embargo Exemption, Says Dutch PM

A day after member states approved the European Union’s sixth embargo package against Russia, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte acknowledged that Hungary, Czechia and Slovakia cannot function without the crude oil they receive from Russia via pipelines.

“It is true that [Orban] very much pleaded for an exemption temporarily for Hungary, but also for the Czechs and Slovaks. But at the same time, they have this issue where we always acknowledged that there was a problem with the fact [that] they are very much dependent on Russian oil,” Rutte told Politico.

Only a few days prior, Rutte had told journalists during an interview with CNBC that although Hungary was opposed to the sixth EU sanctions package, it would eventually adopt it.

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Pressure Group Tells German Citizens to Use App to Report “Hate Speech”

Pressure groups in Germany are encouraging users to report instances of “digital violence” through a reporting app.

The NGO HateAid developed an app called “ReportHeroes” that can be used by the public to report instances of “digital violence,” including “hate speech,” defamation, and racism.

The NGO rose to fame due to its role in a sting operation against the police.

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Spain: Marriages Plummeted by Nearly 50 Per Cent During First Year of Pandemic

In 2020, the first year of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, Spain saw its marriage rate fall by nearly half, a decrease significantly higher than many other European nations during the same period.

In 2020, marriages across Spain decreased by 46 per cent compared to the previous year, a significant decrease compared to other countries in Europe such as Germany, where marriages fell by just 10 per cent or France where the number decreased by 34 per cent.

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Stop the Spread by Not Having Sex, UK Tells Monkeypox Sufferers

British officials have told those suffering from monkeypox that they should abstain from sex in the hopes of curbing the spread of the disease.

Those showing symptoms of the monkeypox virus should avoid having sex with other people, government experts have advised those suffering from the disease.

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UK: Two Young Men Are Stabbed to Death in Separate Incidents in London as the Capital Prepares for Four-Day Jubilee Weekend Holiday

wo young men have been stabbed to death in separate incident in London as the capital prepared for the four-day Platinum Jubilee bank holiday.

Police were first called to reports of a stabbing in Neasden, north west London, at around 6.30pm.

A man believed to be in his mid-20s was found injured in the street and, despite the best efforts of paramedics, was pronounced dead at the scene around 45 minutes later.

A police cordon has been erected around Henderson Close and a number of local roads have been closed to traffic.

The man’s next of kin has not been informed and no arrests have been made as of yet, police have said.

A large presence of emergency services and a police cordon are also in attendance at an incident in Woolwich, south east London, this evening…

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WHO Suffers Defeat as Countries Massively Oppose Globalist Plans

Last week the World Health Assembly was held in Geneva. The member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) met on controversial amendments to the International Health Regulations, among other things.

Countries such as Australia, Britain and the United States expressed support for the amendments and called on other countries to do the same, effectively giving away their sovereignty, writes Australian MP Stephen Andrew.

However, countries are massively opposing the plans of the globalists. “Great news!” announced Andrew. On May 25, Africa Day, Botswana read a statement on behalf of 47 African member states. The country said it would not support the “reforms”, which Africans are very concerned about.

Other countries also expressed reservations about the amendments and expressed no support, including Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Iran and Malaysia. Brazil said it would rather leave the WHO than subject its people to the new amendments.

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Israel and UAE Sign Historic Free-Trade Agreement

Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed a free trade agreement on Tuesday in Dubai. The deal is the first of its kind between Israel and an Arab state.

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid hailed the agreement, calling it historic, and thanked Israel’s Economy and Industry Minister Orna Barbivai for her contribution to achieving it. Barbivai attended the signing ceremony in Dubai, together with her UAE counterpart Abdulla bin Touq Al Marri and UAE Minister for Foreign Trade Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi.

Barbivai said on Monday that customs duties will be eliminated on 96 percent of products, including food, agriculture, cosmetics, medical equipment and medicine, according to Reuters.

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Blinken Warns of “Many Months” of Russia-Ukraine Conflict Ahead

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States was arming Ukraine in anticipation of a long conflict ahead.

Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday that Ukraine had promised not to use new long-range missiles to strike inside of Russia as he warned of “many months” of conflict ahead.

“The Ukrainians have given us assurances that they will not use these systems against targets on Russian territory,” Blinken told a joint news conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.

“There is a strong trust bond between Ukraine and the United States, as well as with our allies and partners,” he said.

The United States said Tuesday that it will supply Ukraine with advanced missile systems, including the Himars multiple-launch rocket system that can simultaneously launch multiple precision-guided missiles.

President Joe Biden said that the United States would not support attacks inside of Russia, which quickly warned of greater risks of conflict between Washington and Moscow.

Blinken said the United States was arming Ukraine in anticipation of a long conflict ahead…

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Russia-Ukraine War Live: Latest News

Ukraine: President Volodymyr Zelensky said supplying his country with long-range weapons doesn’t increase the risk of it attacking Russian territory. The Biden administration said it would provide Ukraine with a guided-rocket system capable of striking targets from as far as 48 miles. The Pentagon said three weeks of training will be sufficient for Ukrainian forces to handle advanced rockets.

Russian forces now control 70% of the eastern city of Severodonetsk, the governor of Luhansk said, boosting Moscow’s aim of seizing the entire Donbas area of Ukraine.

More than 5.2 million children are in need of humanitarian assistance and at least 262 have been killed since the war began nearly 100 days ago, Unicef reported. Kyiv accused Russia of deliberately orchestrating a global food crisis by blocking Ukraine’s grain exports.

Europe: Germany will send a modern aerial-defense system and an anti-artillery radar to Ukraine, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said. Denmark voted to deepen its military cooperation with the rest of Europe, sealing a gap in the continent’s joint defense.

The European Union is set to impose its toughest sanctions yet on Russia, after a compromise with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whose opposition exposed the EU’s divisions.

Russia: Documents revealed that hundreds of Russian soldiers have escaped the fighting in Ukraine or refused to take part during the early stages of the war.

The latest economic data showed that Russian factories saw output and new orders fall again in May, leading to some job losses, according to a survey of purchasing managers.

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Australian Primary School Sees “Microchips in Student’s Brains” in 10 Years

An Australian primary school predicted “microchips in student’s brains” within 10 years before subsequently deleting the newsletter that contained the creepy prophecy.

The bizarre entry was featured in the May 26 edition of the Preston West Primary school’s newsletter, which listed a number of prosaic things the school envisages will be helpful to educating children in a decade.

They include “more mental health awareness,” “more buildings and development,” as well as “technological advances for teachers and students.”

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Czechia: 85% of Ukrainian Refugees Have Stayed in the Country

Approximately 1,000 Ukrainian refugees are leaving Czechia every day, but still around 300,000 of the original 350,000 asylum seekers to arrive during the conflict in Ukraine remain in the country, according to Interior Minister Vit Rakusan.

Rakusan, who is also the country’s deputy prime minister, also revealed that a similar figure was still arriving in the country on a daily basis, and explained around half of the 50,000 that have departed the Czech Republic actually went home to Ukraine, with others traveling on to other countries, mostly Germany.

The Czech interior minister stated that 80-85 percent of refugees have stayed in Czechia while the numbers of arrivals and exits are balanced. It is, however, hard to ascertain an exact number of people leaving because the Czech Republic does not lie on the external Schengen border.

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After Azov Dropped Nazi Insignia From Uniform, Media Hypes New ‘Unicorn LGBTQ’ Patch

Shortly after the media hyped the fact that the Azov Battalion had dropped neo-nazi insignia from their uniforms, it was revealed that gay soldiers in Ukraine are now heading to war wearing a “unicorn LGBTQ” patch.

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Gender Identity Group Funded by Disney Seeks Children to Turn Into LGBTQ+ Activists

GLSEN, a gender identity and LGBTQ+ advocacy group, is searching for children to join their National Student Council. GLSEN’s website allows children in eighth grade and up to apply to be an advocate for “marginalized groups within the LGBTQ community,” including: “youth who are HIV positive…transgender, non binary, intersex, and gender nonconforming youth.”

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Georgia School Refuses to Let Kids Opt-Out of Lessons ‘Steeped in’ Critical Gender, Race Theories, Parents Group Says

UPDATE: This article has been updated to include comment from Liberty Tech Charter School Principal Melissa King on the school’s planned SEL program for the upcoming school year and whether students will be able to opt-out.

A Georgia charter school told parents they will not be able to opt children out of a social-emotional learning (SEL) program, according to a parents group.

Liberty Tech Charter School announced that SEL would be mandatory for all students in the 2022-2023 school year in a May 16 email from a guidance counselor after allowing them the previous year, according to a Tuesday release by Parents Defending Education (PDE), a national grassroots organization dedicated to “promoting the restoration of a healthy, non-political education.” The school sent emails about the implementation of SEL over the course of the 2021-2022 school year and said it would be selecting one of three SEL courses.

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Parents Slam Virginia School Board for Considering Punishing Students for ‘Misgendering’ And Creating Co-Ed Sex Ed Classes

The Fairfax County school board has attracted droves of outraged parents after postponing their vote on proposed changes to school sex-ed classes until June 16th. Fox News Digital reported that the proposed changes are to the family life education (FLE) classes, and includes “largely eliminating separate gender classes.”

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Report: BBC Changed Victim’s Statement So as Not to ‘Misgender’ Her Trans Rapist

The Times of London reports that the BBC changed the wording of a rape victim’s testimony because woke employees didn’t want to ‘misgender’ the biological man who allegedly carried out the abuse.

The report notes that the BBC modified the woman’s statement following “a debate over the pronouns of her transgender attacker.”

“The woman referred to her alleged rapist as ‘him’ but insiders said that her words were changed to avoid ‘misgendering’ the abuser in an article on the corporation’s website,” the report adds.

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5 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/1/2022

  1. It turns out that Asian taxi drivers rape women not only in London, Moscow, Berlin and other cities. They began to rape women in Warsaw as well. Apparently, due to the fact that Poland used to belong to the countries of the Warsaw Pact, Masturbeks rape Poles.
    Masturbek – this is how a sexually horny native of the post-Soviet Bantustan is called in Russia.

    https://unser-mitteleuropa.com/auslaendische-fahrer-vergewaltigungswelle-bei-uber-und-bolt-in-warschau/

    • What I do like about the Poles is, the police are not afraid to beat the snot out of 3rd worlders and have done so on many occasions. Also the regular folks will step in to stop 3rd worlders when the occasion arises as well, unlike westerners who just keep their heads down and continue walking away.

  2. Poland has high inflation, but it doesn’t stop sending money to Ukraine. Perhaps because the European Union released an economic package for the country. Obviously, because of your support of sanctions against Russia. But ironically, the country’s traitor and leader Andrzej Duda has struck deals with Communist China, which helps Russia economically.

    I know there are many threads in this post, but I felt the need to highlight this one.

    • David Icke is a conartist who once claimed he was the Messiah, Jesus Christ. He had a turquoise period when he dressed in that color and claimed the British Royals were lizards. He even interviewed a black cannibal who claimed he had special powers.

      Please stay away from this pos liar. He has no credibility at all.

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