Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/13/2022

Vancouver police say that lithium ion batteries are the #1 cause of fire-related deaths in the city. Such batteries are found in cell phones, electric scooters, and other commonly-used consumer items.

In other news, in addition to problems with baby formula, the supply-chain crisis has caused shortages in the supply of tampons.

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Financial Crisis
» Another Ugly Day for Stocks Pushed the S&P 500 Into a ‘Bear Market’
» Pierre Poilievre Vindicated as Bank of Canada Admits His Criticisms Were Legitimate
 
USA
» At Least 3 Killed, 4 Injured in Los Angeles Warehouse Party Shooting
» Biden Caught in Yet Another Verbal Brain Freeze Before Boarding Air Force One
» Bipartisan Group of Senators Agree on New Firearm Safety Proposal
» Breaking: Twitter Employees Debate Banning Libs of TikTok in Leaked Screenshots
» Breaking: Sean Hannity Told Trump, ‘No More Stolen Election Talk’, Pitched Hunter Biden Pardon After Jan 6
» COVID Shots Account for More Than Half of All Vaccine-Associated Miscarriages: VAERS Data
» Detroit Police Lieutenant Seen Attacking Naked Handcuffed Woman in Leaked Video
» Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock Blames ‘Pandemic of Racism’ For Brother’s Drug Conviction
» I’m Sure This is Nothing to Worry About
» Media Attacks DeSantis for Defending the Medical Freedom of Special Olympians
» Missouri Gov Signs Law Protecting Doctors Who Prescribe Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin for COVID
» New Study Concludes Lockdowns Caused at Least 170,000+ Excess Deaths in U.S.
» Police: 1 Killed, 1 Critically Injured in Shooting Outside Grady Hospital
» Press Sec Claims Biden Condemned Kavanaugh Assassination Attempt Despite His Continued Silence
» Progressive Activist Brags About Getting a Raleigh Bar to Cancel Conservative Moms’ Happy Hour
» Queens Uncle Charged in Machete Stabbing Death of Nephew Claims Victim Intended to Kill Him, Prosecutors Say
» Ron DeSantis Calls Out Democrats, Media Over Threats to SCOTUS: ‘Totally Antithetical to Rule of Law’
» Ron DeSantis Can Save America’s Universities
» SEC Continues to Target Truth Social Deal
» Southington Police Say Man Was Stabbed on I-84 After Assailant Drove Erratically, Possibly Struck Victim’s Car
» Tampon Access Impacted by Biden’s Supply Chain Crisis
» Video: Dem Senator Refuses to Condemn Illegal Protests Outside Justices’ Homes
» Washington State to Pay Homeless Criminal $250 Per Day Over Lack of Mental Health Treatment
 
Canada
» Anti-Trudeau Children’s Book Tops Amazon Bestseller List
» Breaking: Trudeau Tests Positive for COVID-19
» Breaking: Canada’s COVID Travel Vaccine Mandate Will Soon be Lifted: Report
» Lithium Ion Batteries ‘Number One’ Cause of Fire-Related Deaths in Vancouver, Officials Say
» Man Hospitalized After Sword Attack in Vancouver: Police
» Nova Scotia Civil Liberties Association Wants Public Inquiry Into Province’s Pandemic Response
» Professor Fired for Blog Posts Doubting “Systemic Racism” Is Allowed to Return
» Risk of Digital ID Being “Harmful to Privacy” Says Former Federal Watchdog
» Vancouver-Area Tunnel, Bridge Blocked by Eco-Protesters
 
Europe and the EU
» ‘40 Million Poles Will Defend the Motherland if Russia Attacks, ‘ Polish PM Warns Putin
» American Prepare to Build a Nuclear Power Plant in Poland
» Anti-Vaccine Union to Represent German Healthcare Workers
» France: Huge Blow as Macron Struggles to Keep Majority
» France: Incompetence or Something Else? After Mass Assaults and Riots at Paris Football Match, Key Video Footage is Deleted
» French Military Deployed as Mob of ‘Youths’ Riot at Lake
» Germany Has Plan to Help ‘Prevent Global Famine’
» Germany: CDU Begins Questioning Far Left Interior Minister’s ‘Fight Against the Right’
» Should Poland and Ukraine Form a Federal Union? Many Polish Conservatives Are Skeptical
» Tory MP Calls for New Tax on Sugar and Salt as UK ‘Storing Up Obesity’
» UK: Anti Free Speech Campaigners Have Hurt GB News Revenue, CEO Suggests
» UK: Oxford University Social Media Guidelines Violated Free Speech
» UK: Post-Lockdown Era: Children Entering Elementary School Unable to Say Own Name — Report
 
Russia
» Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine Slaps Down Joe Biden Over ‘Absurd’ Invasion Claims
» Russia-Ukraine War: What Happened Today (June 13)
» Ukraine Cannot be Excluded From Negotiations to End the War, Says Czech Foreign Minister
 
Australia — Pacific
» Media Slam Catholic Archbishop for Giving Space to Climate Skeptics
 
Immigration
» Pakistani Male Arrested for Raping 6-Year-Old Ukrainian Girl in Portuguese Refugee Center
» Putin Plans to Weaponize ‘Refugees’ To Generate “Instability” In Europe
» Supreme Court Rules Migrants in the Country Illegally Are NOT Entitled to Bond Hearings if They Have Been Detained by ICE for More Than Six Months — and Extends the Wait for Major Abortion and Gun Rights Rulings
» UK: Boris Takes a Swipe at Prince Charles Over His Rwanda Migrant Flight Row Criticism, Insisting the Government Must ‘Break the Business Model’ of People Smugglers and ‘Stop People Breaking the Law’
» UK: Charity Mounts ANOTHER Legal Challenge to Stop Rwanda Removal Flights as Migrants Are Pictured at Gatwick Detention Centre — and it Emerges Just 11 Asylum Seekers Are Set to be on First Plane Tomorrow
» UK: So Much for the Rule of Law! How a Mob Organised by a Marxist Primary School Teacher, A Council Legal Officer and a TUC Staffer Successfully Stopped Police Taking Away a Migrant Suspected of Overstaying
 
Culture Wars
» America’s First Transgender Bishop Resigns After Allegations of Racism
» Education Consultant Uses Critical Race Theory to Train School Teachers, Staff According to Documents
» English School Bans Skirts to be ‘More Gender-Neutral’
» Google Plots to Curb the Effectiveness of Ad-Blockers
» Gov. Greg Abbott Orders Investigation Into Allegation Teacher Took Child to Drag Queen Show Attended by Sex Offender
» Increase in Accessibility of ‘Trans’ Drugs for Kids Raises Suicide Risk: Study
» Kids at Gay Pride Marches Exposed to “Family Friendly” Nudity, Sex Fetishes and Chants of “We Have Genitals and Lube”
» Pittsburgh Parents Sue Over Teacher Instructing First Graders on Gender Transitioning
» Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Firebombed in Oregon
» This Isn’t Weird at All
» ‘Trans’ Terrorist to Receive Taxpayer Funded Sex Change Surgery
 

Another Ugly Day for Stocks Pushed the S&P 500 Into a ‘Bear Market’

Ahead of a critical Federal Reserve meeting, disappointing data on inflation has pushed the S&P 500, a broad-based stock index, into bear market territory.

SACHA PFEIFFER, HOST:

It was another ugly day for stocks. The S&P 500 fell by 3.9%, which pushed it into a bear market.

NPR’s David Gura is here to tell us more. Hi, David.

DAVID GURA, BYLINE: Hey, Sacha.

PFEIFFER: What’s the overview on Wall Street? What’s happening?

GURA: Yeah, so the S&P is this broad representation of stocks of the largest companies. It’s now in what’s called bear market territory, meaning it’s down more than 20% from its recent high. And that’s just how much pessimism there is among investors about where the U.S. economy is heading because of this current period of high inflation.

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

Pierre Poilievre Vindicated as Bank of Canada Admits His Criticisms Were Legitimate

The legacy media hasn’t stopped criticizing Pierre Poilievre’s promise to fire the Governor of the Bank of Canada. Journalists have labeled Poilievre’s plans as “outrageous”, “irresponsible” and “reckless”. Even one of Poilievre’s own caucus colleagues, Ed Fast, jumped on the media bandwagon to criticize his comments.

But is Pierre Poilievre right about the Bank of Canada?

Turns out, even the Bank of Canada admits that their policies have led to inflation and economic instability — the heart of Poilievre’s critiques.

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

At Least 3 Killed, 4 Injured in Los Angeles Warehouse Party Shooting

According to reports, at least three people were killed and four injured during a shooting at a warehouse party in Los Angeles.

The incident occurred at South Lorena Street at Boyle Heights neighbourhood, police said as three males were shot. Reports say at least one person remains in critical condition.

The motive behind the shooting is still unclear. The police have so far not released any information about the suspect. At least one person was released from the hospital. The third person who was killed is yet to be identified…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Caught in Yet Another Verbal Brain Freeze Before Boarding Air Force One

Joe Biden was caught in yet another embarrassing verbal brain freeze before boarding Air Force One, appearing confused as to whether or not he was visiting Saudi Arabia.

The exchange began on the tarmac at Los Angeles when Biden responded to a question from a reporter who asked if he had decided to visit Saudi Arabia to plead for more oil.

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

Bipartisan Group of Senators Agree on New Firearm Safety Proposal

A bipartisan group of senators announced Sunday that they reached an agreement on a framework for potential new federal firearm legislation.

[Comment: Those Republican cucks who support this should resign.]

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

Breaking: Twitter Employees Debate Banning Libs of TikTok in Leaked Screenshots

Libs of TikTok, the Twitter account dedicated to reposting alarming videos and events from Left-wing activists, is facing a potential permanent ban according to leaked internal Twitter chats. A source in possession of the internal Twitter discussions provided The Post Millennial with independent verification of the dialogue between Twitter employees discussing the potential ban.

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

Breaking: Sean Hannity Told Trump, ‘No More Stolen Election Talk’, Pitched Hunter Biden Pardon After Jan 6

Sean Hannity of Fox News suggested that former President Donald Trump pardon Hunter Biden and drop all mention of a stolen election in an effort to “smooth things over” after the January 6 Capitol Hill riot in 2021.

Texts between Hannity and then-White House Press Sec. Kayleigh McEnany were released during the House Select Committee investigating the riot on Thursday, which reveal that Hannity and Trump were discussing ways to smooth over the potential fallout that would come after the so-called storming.

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

COVID Shots Account for More Than Half of All Vaccine-Associated Miscarriages: VAERS Data

(LifeSiteNews) — Miscarriages following COVID-19 vaccination account for more than half of all vaccine-correlated miscarriages since the federal government began collecting the data, according to a new analysis of information from the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

Writing at Daily Clout, Maria Ziminsky and Linnea Wahl review VAERS data on pregnant women who lost their babies following vaccination from 1998, the system’s earliest reporting date, to May 2022.

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

Detroit Police Lieutenant Seen Attacking Naked Handcuffed Woman in Leaked Video

The actions of a Detroit police lieutenant are being investigated after allegations that she attacked a handcuffed woman.

Detroit News obtained “a pirated copy of an officer’s body-worn camera that captured the interaction with the woman, whom police described as mentally ill.”

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

Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock Blames ‘Pandemic of Racism’ For Brother’s Drug Conviction

Sen. Raphael Warnock has publicly decried America’s justice system for years, often citing the case of his half-brother Keith Coleman, who was sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in a drug trafficking operation.

Instead of mentioning the severity of Coleman’s offense or the fact that he was a cop at the time he committed it, Sen. Warnock simply chalked the sentence up to a “pandemic of racism” in the system.

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

I’m Sure This is Nothing to Worry About

Should it concern us that the plot of Ex Machina could literally be playing out deep within the bowels of Google’s headquarters?

I’m sure this is nothing to worry about.

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

Media Attacks DeSantis for Defending the Medical Freedom of Special Olympians

The mainstream media has aggressively attacked Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for defending the medical freedom of Special Olympians.

Earlier in June, the Special Olympics lifted their ban on participants who were unvaccinated against COVID-19 after facing the prospect of $27.5 million in fines. Last year DeSantis signed into law a prohibition on company-mandated proof of vaccination.

Initially, the Special Olympics were requiring proof of vaccination but when informed that Florida was going to enforce the hefty fines, they relented.

Afterwards, the media began a barrage of attacks on DeSantis over his enabling more Special Olympic athletes to compete.

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

Missouri Gov Signs Law Protecting Doctors Who Prescribe Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin for COVID

JEFFERSON CITY (LifeSiteNews) — Doctors should no longer be penalized in Missouri for prescribing the drugs hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin for COVID-19 patients, according to legislation recently signed into law by Republican Gov. Mike Parson.

HB 2149 prohibits state medical licensing boards from rescinding the medical licenses of, or otherwise punishing, doctors who “lawfully” prescribe the drugs, as well as prevents pharmacists from contacting doctors or patients to dispute their effectiveness for COVID.

Parson announced the signing on June 7, along with six other unrelated bills.

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

New Study Concludes Lockdowns Caused at Least 170,000+ Excess Deaths in U.S.

Yet another study has concluded that restrictive lockdowns contributed to a massive spike in excess deaths, with a 26% jump in mortality rate for working-age adults in America.

The study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) found that there were conservatively 170,000+ non-Covid excess deaths in the U.S. through 2020 and 2021.

The study notes that the real number is likely closer to 200,000 because over 70,000 so called “unmeasured Covid deaths,” that is people who may have died only with the virus and not from it, were not taken into account.

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

Police: 1 Killed, 1 Critically Injured in Shooting Outside Grady Hospital

One person was killed and another was critically injured when family members started shooting at each other outside the entrance to Grady Memorial Hospital’s emergency department, police said…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Press Sec Claims Biden Condemned Kavanaugh Assassination Attempt Despite His Continued Silence

During a briefing on Monday, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated that Biden has condemned the assassination attempt on Justice Kavanaugh last week.

While he did relay a message through his press team shortly after the incident, Biden has not publicly spoken out about it.

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

Progressive Activist Brags About Getting a Raleigh Bar to Cancel Conservative Moms’ Happy Hour

Katherine Johnson of Durham, North Carolina took to TikTok to brag about causing Raleigh bar and restaurant Wye Hill to cancel a reservation for a conservative group of moms last week.

In a video posted by Libs of Tik Tok, Johnson proudly took credit for the cancellation and said “hey Moms for Liberty of wake county I heard ya’ll had to change venues… I wonder who woulda done somethin’ like that… it was me, Katherine for Justice!”

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

Queens Uncle Charged in Machete Stabbing Death of Nephew Claims Victim Intended to Kill Him, Prosecutors Say

A Queens man charged with the machete stabbing death of his nephew in the home they shared described the fatal attack in grisly detail — and claimed his young relative had long “wanted to kill me,” court documents revealed.

Mahaedo Sukhnandan, 50, was arraigned Monday on murder and weapons possession charges, a day after cops found his nephew, Neraz Roberts, 29, dead inside the house in Jamaica around 5 a.m. He’d been stabbed in the back and right hand, police said.

Prosecutors said Sukhnandan confessed to the slaying.

“I chopped him up. He wanted to kill me,” Sukhnandan told cops, according to court documents. “After everything I do for them, his whole life he’s wanted to kill me.”

Roberts had called the FDNY because the basement had flooded, Queens Assistant DA Kenneth Koo said.

“I heard Neraz say he would kill me if I went outside,” Sukhnandan said, according to a criminal complaint.

Then Sukhnandan described Roberts’ death in brutal detail.

“I got my cutlass, it’s a machete with a wooden handle,” Sukhnandan said. “I kicked open the door. I chopped him three times. I paused between the second and third chop and said, ‘You want to kill me?’ I leaned back for leverage on the third chop.”…

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

Ron DeSantis Calls Out Democrats, Media Over Threats to SCOTUS: ‘Totally Antithetical to Rule of Law’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis blasted the Democrats and mainstream media as protests erupt over the highly anticipated Roe v. Wade opinion.

DeSantis warned the left’s attempt to intimidate Supreme Court justices would be “considered an insurrection” just days after a man was charged with attempting to murder Justice Kavanaugh.

“I think that we have a rule of law in this country, and you don’t get to just have a mob descend on Supreme Court justice’s house or try to impede the operations of government because there may be a decision you don’t like,” DeSantis said on “Fox & Friends” on Monday. “That would be considered an insurrection to stop a court from functioning, and yet they seem to be able to get away with a lot more than if the shoe were on the other foot.”

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

Ron DeSantis Can Save America’s Universities

Jason Garcia at the Seeking Rents Substack recently published a piece entitled “Ron DeSantis plotted an all-out assault on public universities.” Garcia’s piece is based on public-records requests for communications between DeSantis’s office and the Florida state legislature. In particular, Garcia’s report refers to lengthy and heretofore unpublished draft legislation, composed, he says, at the request of the governor’s office and designed to reform Florida’s public university system. The bulk of this draft legislation was not introduced during the now-completed 2022 Florida legislative session, and DeSantis’s office declined to comment when Garcia asked whether the governor has plans to introduce it in the future.

Whereas Garcia sees DeSantis’s not-yet-introduced legislation as a plot against university autonomy, I see it as a basis for the restoration of authentic liberal education to America’s over-specialized and heavily politicized public universities. With a few tweaks that I’ll suggest here, DeSantis’s plan could become what we’ve never before had: a blueprint for restoring liberal education…

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

SEC Continues to Target Truth Social Deal

The federal securities regulators are investigating a merger between an acquisition company and Donald Trump’s Truth Social, according to a filing made with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday.

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

Southington Police Say Man Was Stabbed on I-84 After Assailant Drove Erratically, Possibly Struck Victim’s Car

SOUTHINGTON — A man was stabbed on Sunday on Interstate 84 after a random male allegedly drove erratically near him, causing the victim to pull over before he said the man attacked him.

Police on Monday said they are still investigating the incident, which is an open case pending further details.

According to police, the victim, whose name has not been released, remains hospitalized.

Police said they were dispatched around 12:23 a.m., Sunday, to Queen Street at I-84 on the report of a stabbing. Police said the victim initially gave conflicting information as to where the incident took place, saying Southington, Plainville and I-84.

According to police, the victim left a location in Southington and pulled onto I-84 eastbound, where another motorist, driving a gold colored Toyota Prius, came speeding up from behind him. The victim said the man got close to his bumper before slowing down and speeding up, flashing his high beams.

The victim said he put his hazards on and pulled over in the shoulder area of the highway after he felt a bump to his vehicle. At that point, he got out of the car while the other motorist pulled up closely behind him and parked, the complainant said.

According to the victim, the man from the Prius got out of his vehicle and approached him, stabbing his left side before getting back into his vehicle, backing up and taking off on I-84…

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Tampon Access Impacted by Biden’s Supply Chain Crisis

The supply chain crisis facing America has claimed another victim as tampons are increasingly hard to find in stores.

Reports are emerging that in addition to baby formula supply issues, women are now finding it increasingly difficult to find tampons.

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

Video: Dem Senator Refuses to Condemn Illegal Protests Outside Justices’ Homes

A Democratic Senator has refused to condemn illegal protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, claiming that it is normal, even after an armed would-be assassin was arrested outside of the home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh last week.

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Delaware Senator Chris Coons refused to endorse the arrest of pro-abortion protesters gathering unlawfully outside the judges’ houses.

When asked several times by host Bret Baier, who noted that there is “a federal statute on the books that makes it illegal to protest in front of a judge’s home,” Coons replied “I’m not going to say this protester or that protester ought to be arrested. I just think that that’s a judgment call to be made by law enforcement, not by a senator on a Sunday show.”

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

Washington State to Pay Homeless Criminal $250 Per Day Over Lack of Mental Health Treatment

Washington state tax payers are on the hook to fork over $250 per day to a homeless prolific offender for each day he doesn’t get mental health treatment. He allegedly grabbed a 62-year-old woman and twice threw her down the stairs of a light rail station in Seattle.

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

Anti-Trudeau Children’s Book Tops Amazon Bestseller List

The anti-Trudeau children’s satire How the Prime Minister Stole Freedom is the top-selling book on Amazon Canada.

The book, a political spin on Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas, satirizes Justin Trudeau’s clampdown on free speech through Covid-19 measures and the invocation of the Emergencies Act to end the Freedom Convoy protest.

The story is about the main character, an unnamed ‘prime minister’ bearing a striking resemblance to Justin Trudeau, who hates freedoms, believes Canadians exist to serve him and imposes mandates and rules while ignoring rights and the people’s requests.

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

Breaking: Trudeau Tests Positive for COVID-19

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tested positive for COVID-19 following a week of travel and meetings with other government officials.

He made the announcement via Twitter.

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

Breaking: Canada’s COVID Travel Vaccine Mandate Will Soon be Lifted: Report

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) — A mandate put in place by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that has banned the vaccine-free from traveling by air, rail or sea will soon be lifted.

According to a CBC report published this evening, a source who was not “authorized to speak publicly on the issue” revealed that the Trudeau Liberals will make an announcement ending COVID jab mandates for “domestic travel on planes and trains, as well as outbound international travel.”

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

Lithium Ion Batteries ‘Number One’ Cause of Fire-Related Deaths in Vancouver, Officials Say

Fires caused by lithium ion batteries have claimed the lives of five people in Vancouver so far this year, according to officials.

The most recent death occurred Saturday after an explosion and fire that are believed to have been caused by an e-bike battery at the Empress Hotel, an SRO on the Downtown Eastside.

“(The victim) just happened to be sitting in the wrong place at the wrong time and he fell out the window due to the explosion,” Asst. Chief Walter Pereira told CTV News.

“Either he lost his footing or was sent out the window due to the subsequent explosion.”…

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Man Hospitalized After Sword Attack in Vancouver: Police

Vancouver Police say that a man is in hospital after being attacked by a swordsman on Sunday.

Police say that the 34-year-old victim was “stabbed multiple times” by the person wielding the weapon.

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

Nova Scotia Civil Liberties Association Wants Public Inquiry Into Province’s Pandemic Response

The Nova Scotia Civil Liberties Association (NSCLA) wants a public inquiry into the provincial government’s Covid-19 response, including the implementation of vaccine mandates and other restrictions imposed on Nova Scotians.

The NSCLA argues that “Canadian society is predicated on certain institutional features” and that Canadians “historically opt for promotion and appointment based on merit.”

The civil liberties group believes that a public inquiry is needed because general crises, such as the pandemic, presented “a particularly challenging condition that threaten those features.”

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

Professor Fired for Blog Posts Doubting “Systemic Racism” Is Allowed to Return

Last year, Rima Azar, a professor of health psychology at Canada’s Mount Allison University, was suspended without pay over personal blog posts where she used what were described as “unkind words,” calling Black Lives Matter a “radical group,” and cast doubt on the existence of systemic racism.

Not only was she suspended but she was also forced to attend diversity, equity, and inclusion training.

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

Risk of Digital ID Being “Harmful to Privacy” Says Former Federal Watchdog

The former privacy commissioner of Canada warned that while digital identity could make access to government programs easier, it could cause harm to the privacy of Canadians depending on how it’s designed.

Daniel Therrien made the comments while testifying before the House of Commons information and ethics committee on Jun. 2.

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

Vancouver-Area Tunnel, Bridge Blocked by Eco-Protesters

A Vancouver-area tunnel was blocked by protestors on Monday, as environmental protestors held up traffic at the north entrance of the George Massey Tunnel.

Members of the Save Old Growth group caused heavy delays and congestion at the tunnel, while also blocking off traffic at the Second Narrows Bridge at around 7:30 am. Police reportedly removed protestors, and by 9 am, both the tunnel and the bridge were clear.

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

‘40 Million Poles Will Defend the Motherland if Russia Attacks, ‘ Polish PM Warns Putin

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that his forces would be met by 40 million Poles standing with “gun in hand to defend their motherland” if Russia was ever to invade the nation.

Speaking from the opening of an air-gun shooting range in Silesia, Morawiecki announced plans to fund “a shooting range in every municipality,” of which there are 2,477 across the nation.

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

American Prepare to Build a Nuclear Power Plant in Poland

As an energy crisis continues to roil Europe, Poland is moving forward with plans to generate nuclear power to help ensure energy security and bring down energy prices over the long term.

The plan moved another step closer after U.S. engineering firm Bechtel Corporation signed a memorandum of cooperation with affiliates of Japanese Toshiba for the delivery of steam turbines and generators for the first Polish nuclear power plant.

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

Anti-Vaccine Union to Represent German Healthcare Workers

The general obligation to get jabbed against Corona is off the table for the time being in Germany, but not the so-called facility-related obligation to vaccinate employees in the nursing and healthcare sector. If they refuse to be vaccinated, they face discrimination and even loss of their jobs. Because of this, a special interest group has now been set up, which sees itself as a trade union for the unvaccinated: the Center for Health and Social Affairs [Zentrum Gesundheit & Soziales in German, ed.]

Co-founder Petra Kolberg is a registered nurse and holds a degree in business and labor law. In an interview, she criticized the established trade unions for, among other things, the fact that there has been zero support whatsoever for colleagues who are affected by the facility-related vaccination requirement. The trade union Ver.di “even promoted vaccination instead of campaigning for it to remain a voluntary decision”.

The new unvaccinated union wants to draw attention to their concerns through nationwide campaigns in the future. For example, through organized work stoppages in clinics or care facilities: “Because the staff shortage is so severe, every [clinic] would be paralyzed within a few days,” explained Kolberg.

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

France: Huge Blow as Macron Struggles to Keep Majority

According to the provisional official final results, Emmanuel Macron’s Ensemble (Together) party [formerly la Republique en marche] won 25,75 percent of the vote in yesterday’s parliamentary election.

The alliance of leftists, communists, Greens and socialists, forged by leftist Jean-Luc Mélenchon at short notice, is practically tied with 25,66 percent. Marine Le Pen’s Rassemblement National came in at 18,7 percent.

Voter turnout reached a record historic low with 52,5 percent of the French who did not bother to participate in the ballot.

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

France: Incompetence or Something Else? After Mass Assaults and Riots at Paris Football Match, Key Video Footage is Deleted

The massive riots that broke out at the Champions League match outside the Stade de France in Paris generated national and international headlines. And yet, despite British fans being beaten and robbed by large numbers of North African and Middle Eastern youths, the CCTV footage recorded outside the stadium and inside trains and buses has been automatically deleted.

Both police and prosecutors never requested the footage, baffling experts and law enforcement sources, and the latest information only adds to the scandal surrounding the event.

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

French Military Deployed as Mob of ‘Youths’ Riot at Lake

Military police were forced to intervene when a large group of ‘young people’ rioted and attacked visitors in a lake town in France over the weekend, according to reports.

The shocking incident unfolded on Saturday in Anse, a village near Lyon.

A mob of around 50 suspects unleashed chaos after they missed the final free shuttle back to Lyon from Lac du Grand Colombier.

They demanded people give them rides in their own vehicles and began lashing out when they were refused.

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

Germany Has Plan to Help ‘Prevent Global Famine’

The German government is working to expedite the export of Ukrainian grain by rail, with plans being considered to establish a special fund to pay for the project.

Authorities are “working at full speed so that grain from Ukraine can be transported by rail in order to prevent famines worldwide,” Michael Theurer, a member of the Bundestag and the government’s commissioner for railways, told Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper on Sunday.

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Germany: CDU Begins Questioning Far Left Interior Minister’s ‘Fight Against the Right’

Germany’s far left Interior Minister, Nancy Faeser (SPD), has once again announced that she wants to take action against right-wing extremism “with renewed severity.” However, her claims that right-wing extremists are the biggest threat in the country are now facing criticism from the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), marking the first major pushback on this controversial topic from one of Germany’s mainstream parties.

Faeser, who wrote for Antifa magazine shortly before taking office despite the publication receiving funds from an organization listed as a state security threat, has always described the “danger from the right” as the greatest one facing “liberal democracy.” However, the data from her own interior ministry contradicts her, which shows that most acts of violence in Germany are committed by left-wing extremists.

While the Alternative for Germany (AfD) has been the sole party criticizing Faeser’s rhetoric and characterization of the public data on extremism, first parliamentary secretary of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group, Thorsten Frei, has now joined in, saying Faeser underestimates the threats emanating from left-wing extremists and Islamists.

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Should Poland and Ukraine Form a Federal Union? Many Polish Conservatives Are Skeptical

A proposal to form a federal union between Poland and Ukraine following the outbreak of war is being met with skepticism from a number of Polish conservative commentators, with the idea being described as a “boyhood dream” and a threat to Polish and Ukrainian sovereignty.

The debate was kicked off after Marek Budzisz, a columnist for the Polish weekly Sieci and an analyst connected with the think tanks New Confederation and Strategy and Future, called for a new federal union between Poland and Ukraine in an article for wPolityce.pl. He argued that the current war in Ukraine has evoked a powerful wave of reconciliation between Ukrainians and Poles and united them in a common purpose, which should lay the groundwork for the two nations to come together at a unique moment in history.

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Tory MP Calls for New Tax on Sugar and Salt as UK ‘Storing Up Obesity’

A former Conservative Health Minister has said the Government has a “right” and a “responsibility” to introduce a salt and sugar tax, following a new food strategy by the Conservatives.

Steve Brine told the Commons he is a “wee bit disappointed” about the absence of a sugar and salt tax in the Government’s new food strategy, stating the country is “storing up obesity, type 2 diabetes and stroke” for the future.

The National Food Strategy proposed a series of recommendations to the Government in 2021, including a tax on sugar and salt.

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UK: Anti Free Speech Campaigners Have Hurt GB News Revenue, CEO Suggests

UK TV station and streaming channel GB News has faced a year-long ad boycott since its launch a year ago. The boycott even began before the station officially launched. Its CEO Angelos Frangopoulos said that the boycott is a threat to free speech.

“Commercially, this is a very serious matter. This does cause damage to the GB News business model, there is no two ways about it,” he said. “And that is something that the advertising industry itself needs to acknowledge.”

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UK: Oxford University Social Media Guidelines Violated Free Speech

A group of academics at Oxford University has asked the university to revise its social media harassment guidelines as they violate free speech. They noted that the policies ban lawful speech and therefore are in violation of the university’s commitment to respect the freedom of expression.

“These policies frustrate academic freedom — the lifeblood of this university — and harm academic careers,” the academics said.

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UK: Post-Lockdown Era: Children Entering Elementary School Unable to Say Own Name — Report

A study due to be published this week has reportedly found that many children entering elementary school in the UK are unable to even say their own name, so pronounced the impact of isolation has been.

A considerable number of children starting primary (elementary) school in the UK for the first time are unable to so much as say their own name, a study due to be published this week has reportedly found.

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Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine Slaps Down Joe Biden Over ‘Absurd’ Invasion Claims

Ukraine has hit back at Joe Biden’s “absurd” remarks that Volodymyr Zelensky “didn’t want to hear” US intelligence about the likelihood of a Russian invasion.

Sergei Nikiforov, the spokesman for the Ukrainian President, said the US President’s claim “probably needs to be clarified” as it was Ukraine’s partners who failed to heed their concerns.

Mr Nikiforov told the Liga news agency that Mr Zelensky had had “three or four telephone conversations” with Mr Biden before the war began, during which they discussed “detailed” information about the situation.

He added that Ukraine had asked for preventative measures such as sanctions to deter Russia, but “our partners… did not want to hear us”.

Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podoliak also criticised Mr Biden’s comments, saying that it is “pointless to blame the country, which is more than 100 days [into] a full-fledged war against a much more resourceful opponent, if key countries have failed to prevent the militaristic appetites of the Russian Federation”.

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Russia-Ukraine War: What Happened Today (June 13)

As Monday draws to a close in Kyiv and in Moscow, here are the key developments of the day:

Russian troops are pushing to fully encircle the key city of Sievierodonetsk in eastern Ukraine, and Ukrainian officials say the next few days could be critical. A victory there would give Russia control of every major city of the Luhansk region, part of Ukraine’s industrial eastern area of Donbas. The regional governor said Russian troops have destroyed bridges spanning a river that the Ukrainian military relied on to bring troops, arms and supplies into Sievierodonetsk.

Early in its invasion, Russia’s assault on Kharkiv, in northeastern Ukraine, killed hundreds of civilians with relentless, indiscriminate bombardments that constitute war crimes, Amnesty International said in a new report. The human rights group’s researchers documented repeated shelling and the use of cluster munitions — banned by many countries — in several residential neighborhoods. The organization cited the regional medical director as saying 606 civilians had been killed and 1,248 injured in the Kharkiv region between Feb. 24 and April 28.

Ukrainian cybersecurity officials are tracking an attempted hack targeting local news outlets. Malware emails went out to 500 people in Ukraine, many at radio stations, websites and newspapers, the officials said. Ukraine’s Computer Emergency Response Team warned Ukrainian media groups especially to avoid clicking messages advertising interactive maps, which could contain malware. The team said it’s moderately confident the attack can be linked to Russian hacking group Sandworm, which experts have tied to major Russian cyberattacks in Ukraine for years.

Nicaragua raised eyebrows in Washington and concern in Central America by granting permission for Russia to send military forces, planes and ships to the country. The Nicaraguan government, which is friendly with the Kremlin, regularly authorizes the arrival of Russian military personnel and equipment, ostensibly for training, law enforcement and emergency response activities. But now, given Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, “the idea that Russia can be a responsible partner in military or law enforcement training in the Western Hemisphere — or anywhere else — is ludicrous,” a U.S. State Department official said. The president of Costa Rica, which borders Nicaragua, said his army-less country is “worried, for a good reason.”

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Ukraine Cannot be Excluded From Negotiations to End the War, Says Czech Foreign Minister

Ukraine must not be left out of the negotiations on ending the war, and the Czech Republic will work to ensure this, said Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský during Czech political talk show Partie Terezie Tomankové.

Lipavský said he was reacting to the efforts of some Western European politicians to negotiate an end to the fighting in Ukraine without Ukraine sitting at the negotiating table.

According to the Czech foreign minister, the Czech presidency itself will not have any impact on negotiations with the Russian Federation in the second half of the year, but the Czech Republic will raise the issue of Ukraine’s support in EU negotiations.

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Media Slam Catholic Archbishop for Giving Space to Climate Skeptics

Australian media have censured Hobart (Tasmania) Archbishop Julian Porteous for allowing a known skeptic of the climate crisis to speak at a local Catholic thinktank.

In an article titled “Archbishop accused of promoting climate change denier’s views on anniversary of Pope’s landmark letter,” Loretta Lohberger noted in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that the archdiocese’s newspaper, The Catholic Standard, recently published an article “Exposing the ‘modern green religion,’“ a favorable review of a speech given by geologist Ian Plimer at the Christopher Dawson Centre, a thinktank established by Archbishop Porteous.

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Pakistani Male Arrested for Raping 6-Year-Old Ukrainian Girl in Portuguese Refugee Center

Portuguese authorities have identified and arrested a 41-year-old Pakistani national strongly suspected of raping a 6-year-old Ukrainian refugee, marking yet another horrific case of Ukrainian refugees facing sexual assault and rape inside European refugee shelters.

According to Portuguese police, the attack took place at the end of last month at a reception center in Guarda, in northeast Portugal.

In a press release, the police indicated “the events occurred inside a refugee reception center and other foreign citizens, in the town of Guarda, where the perpetrator and the victim resided on that date.”

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Putin Plans to Weaponize ‘Refugees’ To Generate “Instability” In Europe

Vladimir Putin plans to trigger a global hunger crisis that will unleash waves of ‘refugees’ who will then be weaponized to create “instability” in European countries, according to Yale professor Timothy Snyder.

In a lengthy Twitter thread, Snyder explains his position that the Russian president is “preparing to starve much of the developing world as the next stage in his war in Europe” by continuing its blockade of grain supplies from Ukraine.

“If the Russian blockade continues, tens of millions of tons of food will rot in silos, and tens of millions of people in Africa and Asia will starve,” claims Snyder.

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Supreme Court Rules Migrants in the Country Illegally Are NOT Entitled to Bond Hearings if They Have Been Detained by ICE for More Than Six Months — and Extends the Wait for Major Abortion and Gun Rights Rulings

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that migrants are not entitled to bond hearings even after they have been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for six months.

In a 8-1 decision, the high court reversed a lower court ruling that held the immigrant at the center of the case, Antonio Arteaga-Martinez, was entitled to a bond hearing because he had been detained for more than 6 months.

With Justice Stephen Breyer as the lone dissenter, the court ruled that bond hearings are not required to prove that a detainee ‘poses a flight risk or a danger to the community.’

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UK: Boris Takes a Swipe at Prince Charles Over His Rwanda Migrant Flight Row Criticism, Insisting the Government Must ‘Break the Business Model’ of People Smugglers and ‘Stop People Breaking the Law’

Boris Johnson took a thinly-veiled swipe at Prince Charles today as he defended plans to send Channel migrants to Rwanda.

The PM hit out at ‘very active lawyers’ who have been trying to block the government from deporting the first batch to the African country.

Repeatedly asked about the Prince of Wales’s apparent view that the proposals are ‘appalling’, Mr Johnson insisted they were essential to ‘break the business model’ of people-smugglers.

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UK: Charity Mounts ANOTHER Legal Challenge to Stop Rwanda Removal Flights as Migrants Are Pictured at Gatwick Detention Centre — and it Emerges Just 11 Asylum Seekers Are Set to be on First Plane Tomorrow

A charity has begun another legal challenge to Priti Patel’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda — as pictures emerged showing migrants waiting at a Gatwick Airport detention centre.

Asylum Aid, which provides legal advice to asylum seekers, has asked a High Court judge to temporarily block ministers from enforcing the removal of ‘any asylum seeker’ to Rwanda.

It comes as an earlier hearing — involving the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS), and charities Care4Calais and Detention Action — heard that just 11 asylum seekers are set to be on the first plane tomorrow.

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UK: So Much for the Rule of Law! How a Mob Organised by a Marxist Primary School Teacher, A Council Legal Officer and a TUC Staffer Successfully Stopped Police Taking Away a Migrant Suspected of Overstaying

What does mob rule on the streets of Britain look like? Anyone who looked out of their window in the vicinity of Evan Cook Close in Peckham, South-East London, on Saturday afternoon will already know the answer.

‘I never expected to see anything like this,’ is how one resident summed up the feelings of many to describe the scene which unfolded.

But you can judge for yourself by typing the words ‘Evan Cook Close’ into Google. Film footage, shared on social media, shows outnumbered police coming under siege from hundreds of screaming protesters.

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America’s First Transgender Bishop Resigns After Allegations of Racism

Transgender Lutheran bishop Megan Rohrer has resigned amidst allegations of racism after the bishop fired Pastor Nelson Rabell-Gonzalez, a popular Hispanic pastor in the Stockton, California community. Rohrer is the first openly transgender bishop in the Lutheran church in the US.

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Education Consultant Uses Critical Race Theory to Train School Teachers, Staff According to Documents

EXCLUSIVE — An educational consultant used critical race theory to train school staff in Pennsylvania, according to documents obtained by America First Legal, which show explanations about “What is Whiteness” and how CRT fits into “Equity/Anti-Racism School Transformation Action Planning.”

The documents show multiple trainings given to school staff of the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District [TESD], including ones titled “Using Critical Race Theory to Transform Leadership and District,” and “Introduction to the Theory of Transformation and Systematic Racial Equity Framework.”

The documents show the school district participated in the Pacific Educational Group’s “Courageous Conversations,” which the website describes as “a process to understand and discuss race explicitly.”

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English School Bans Skirts to be ‘More Gender-Neutral’

Tiverton High School in Devon, England, is banning skirts and moving to a “trousers-only” uniform policy to be “more gender-neutral”.

“We will follow other secondary schools in implementing a more gender-neutral uniform policy,” a letter to parents at the school quoted by DevonLive reads.

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Google Plots to Curb the Effectiveness of Ad-Blockers

It’s common for corporations to take actions that ultimately are to the detriment of most consumers and Google is one of the world’s biggest. The tech giant is making changes to its Chrome Web Store, specifically an end to supporting Manifest v2 (Mv2) extensions, which will make it more difficult for adblockers to operate.

Currently, Mv2 supports all extensions on the Chrome Web Store, including ad-blocker extensions such as uBlock Origin, Privacy Badger, etc. Ad-blockers are extremely popular features of the Chrome Web Store with millions of currently active users due to their functionality in blocking ads and maintaining privacy. However, starting in January 2023, Google will shift from Mv2 to Mv3, making most of these popular features obsolete.

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Gov. Greg Abbott Orders Investigation Into Allegation Teacher Took Child to Drag Queen Show Attended by Sex Offender

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has ordered an investigation into an allegation by a parent that a teacher took his son to a drag queen show which was attended by a convicted sex offender.

The claim was made by during a Houston Independent School District board meeting last week.

“He took him to a drag show when he was underage and it was really bad. It was a really bad experience. He also put him next to this sex offender when he was out there with my son,” the parent said at the meeting.

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Increase in Accessibility of ‘Trans’ Drugs for Kids Raises Suicide Risk: Study

A study by the Heritage Foundation reveals a higher likelihood of youth suicide in states that allow minors to receive puberty blockers for gender-affirmation without parental consent than otherwise.

The study, authored by Dr. Jay Greene, comes as a response to a growing number of lawmakers attempting to make puberty blockers for minors without parental consent more easily accessible nationwide.

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Kids at Gay Pride Marches Exposed to “Family Friendly” Nudity, Sex Fetishes and Chants of “We Have Genitals and Lube”

So-called “family friendly” displays on show during this weekend’s gay pride parades included children being exposed to bare breasts, fetish kinks like ‘puppy play’, twerking, half naked men whipping each other, and chants of “we have genitals and lube.”

So family friendly!

Before the pride parades began, numerous prominent voices once again reiterated the ludicrous claim that LGBT pride marches were nothing more than PG and that parents should bring their kids to them.

News outlet Fatherly (yes really) asked the question, “Should You Take Your Kids To A Pride Parade?” before quickly making clear, “the answer is absolutely.”

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Pittsburgh Parents Sue Over Teacher Instructing First Graders on Gender Transitioning

Three Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania mothers filed a lawsuit last week to stop a first grade teacher from instructing their kids about transgender transitioning and other gender identity topics.

Fox News reported that the lawsuit seeks a “court order to stop the gender-related instruction or offer parents the chance to excuse their children from it” at Jefferson Elementary School in the Mount Lebanon School District.

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Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Firebombed in Oregon

A Gresham, Oregon pro-life pregnancy center was firebombed early Friday morning last week.

The building was one of a few Pregnancy Resource Centers run by Christian organization First Image, a group that describes its mission as “creating places in greater Portland where moms and dads facing unsupported pregnancy can experience abundant life for themselves and their children.” The town of Gresham is just east of Portland.

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This Isn’t Weird at All

It’s not weird at all that a ‘far-right group’ infiltrated by authorities which had planned ‘violent riots’ at an LGBT event peacefully allowed themselves to be hog tied before sitting politely on the grass before being carted away.

Totally normal!

Now the narrative is set that anyone upset with kids being exposed to nudity & sexual themes is a dangerous extremist.

How convenient!

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‘Trans’ Terrorist to Receive Taxpayer Funded Sex Change Surgery

Convicted terrorist Cristina Iglesias, a biological male who identifies as transgender, will receive sex change surgery with taxpayers picking up the tab. Iglesias is recorded as a “female inmate.”

The Washington Free Beacon reports that 47 year old Cristina Iglesias, born Kenneth R. West, will become the first federal transgender inmate to have the taxpayers pay for their “sex reassignment” surgery.

https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-pro-abortion-activists-shut-down-streets-near-supreme-court

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4 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/13/2022

  1. Batteries and Tampons are a construct of the white male patriarchy and won’t be saving the world.
    Shauna Vanity? Mockingbird Enemedia just like the rest of FAUX news.
    Firebombing is undocumented campfire story time where the comrades discuss the coming egalitarian workers utopia.
    Muh genitals? Historic! Progressive and enlightened.
    Forward! Yes we can.

  2. The Poles say they are willing to defend their country from Russia, but they are not willing to defend it from the European left, the Brussels elite. The country’s president, Andrzej Duda, was the first to implement the digital certificate, and he also signed treaties with communist China, a country that pioneered digital tracking technology, and digital certification.

    From my point of view, Poles are losing the fight for their liberties and civil rights, while fearing losing their physical freedom by a foreign enemy, which will only attack the country in a hypothetical future, and still facing various consequences for that.

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