Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/26/2022

Zaniar Matapour, the Iranian-Norwegian who killed two people and wounded dozens more yesterday at a gay bar in Oslo, does not deny carrying out the shooting attack. However, he is refusing to explain his motives to investigators, and will remain in pre-trial custody for the next four weeks.

In other news, Ghislaine Maxwell has been placed in solitary confinement and put on suicide watch, although her lawyer says she is not suicidal.

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Financial Crisis
» European Gas Prices Could Double or Triple in Some Countries by 2023, Warns Expert
» ‘Fiat Money Needed to Hide Great Reset Costs’
 
USA
» 3 Children Dead After 911 Caller Said Mother Tried to Stab Them During a House Fire in Georgia
» Breaking: Project Veritas Reveals a Democrat Senate Candidate Urging Leftist ‘Sleepers’ to ‘Run as Republicans’
» Deputies Identify Man Shot Dead, Suspected of Kidnapping Two Women in Brevard County
» Facebook Oversight Board Got a Massive 1 Million Censorship Appeals
» Free Speech Win: Georgia Gwinnett College to Pay $800k Settlement to Christian Student it Censored
» Ghislaine Maxwell on Suicide Watch, Lawyer Says ‘She is Not Suicidal’
» Kyle Rittenhouse Announces Video Game Where Players Can Play as Him, Shoot ‘Fake News Turkeys’
» Signs in Martian Soil Point to Habitable Conditions for Life Over a Long Period
» T-Mobile Has Found a New Way to Track Customers. Here’s How to Stop It.
» ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Catapults Past $1B at Worldwide Box Office
» Why Hasn’t Seneca College Dropped Their Vaccine Mandate Yet?
 
Canada
» How the Great Reset Made Its Way From Conspiracy Theory Into Trudeau’s Briefing Notes
» ‘Reckless Behaviour by Health Officials’: Expert Talks COVID Vaccine Trials and Saftey Data
» Thousands of Canada Post Employees STILL Out of Work Due to Vaccine Mandates
» YouTubers Consider Leaving Canada if New Online Content Bill Passes
 
Europe and the EU
» Dutch Coinbase Users Will Have to Hand Over Data When Sending Crypto to Private Wallets
» Finland General Tells Russia His Country Would Offer Stiff Resistance if Attacked
» German Vice-Chancellor “Drastically Reduces” Time in Shower to Cope With Energy Crisis
» Norway: Oslo Pride Islamist Terror Attack: What We Know So Far
» One Year After His Death, John McAfee’s Corpse Still Being Held by Gov’t, Fueling Claims of ‘Cover Up’
» Suspect in Norway Mass Shooting During LGBTQ Festival Refuses to Explain Motive
» Swedish Action Movie Legend Dolph Lundgren Decries Sweden’s Rape Rates
» Terror Attack Plotting Jihadi Only Given House Arrest in Italy
 
Russia
» Latest Developments in Ukraine: June 26
» Russia is Using Facial Recognition Surveillance to Arrest Journalists
» Russia Strikes Kyiv as Western Leaders Meet in Europe
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» “We Are Your Death”: The Persecution of Christians, May 2022
» Global Britain: West African Countries Togo and Gabon Join Commonwealth of Nations
 
Immigration
» Hungary Sees Number of Illegals Doubling
 
Culture Wars
» 10 People Arrested in Oregon Following Pro-Abortion Riot Outside Pregnancy Center
» 29-Year-Old Biological Male Takes First Place in Women’s Skateboarding Competition Against 13-Year-Old Girl
» AOC Says Reversal of Roe v. Wade ‘Will Kill People’
» Around the Nation, Demonstrators Show Support for Abortion Rights
» ‘Death to SCOTUS’ Spray Painted in Portland, Oregon During Second Night of Riots
» Illinois Park to Feature Provocative Drag Performer in Event for Kids
» Olivia Rodrigo Sings ‘F*** You’ To Conservative Supreme Court Justices
» Pro-Abortion Activists Threaten Abstinence in Response to SCOTUS Overturning Roe
» Six People Arrested at South Carolina Demonstration Following SCOTUS Abortion Ruling
» Suspect Accused of Using Flamethrower in Attack at Los Angeles Antifa Riot Charged With Attempted Murder
» Watch: Pro-Abortion Man Yells ‘I F***ing Love Killing Babies, ‘ Attacks Female Reporter
» Watch: Stacey Abrams Dodges Question About Limits on Abortion
 

European Gas Prices Could Double or Triple in Some Countries by 2023, Warns Expert

European gas prices have already risen substantially this year but one expert has predicted that costs could double or even triple in some countries by the end of the year.

Expert Marcell Göttert from Agenda Austria, a research institute based in Vienna, has claimed that Austria, which is heavily reliant on Russian energy exports like natural gas, could see costs double by the end of the year, while others have stated Germany, which is also reliant on Russian energy exports, could see costs triple.

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

‘Fiat Money Needed to Hide Great Reset Costs’

The failure to put the financial system on a solid footing after the financial crisis in 2008, the pandemic and sanctions due to the Ukraine war, have ensured that the cards are finally being reshuffled.

At a conference held this weekend in Vienna, which was attended by economic experts, the shortcomings of the Western monetary system and the Great Reset was discussed at length. This is a neo-Marxist ideology, as Thorsten Polleit made clear in his lecture. The first two speakers, Keith Weiner and Thorsten Polleit, dealt with the monetary system and the role of central banks, which Polleit describes as “an ingredient in the Marxist witch’s brew”. He sees a severe recession coming.

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

3 Children Dead After 911 Caller Said Mother Tried to Stab Them During a House Fire in Georgia

(CNN) — Three children are dead and their mother is facing murder charges after authorities received a 911 call of a woman allegedly trying to stab her children during a house fire in Georgia, officials said.

Deputies with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic disturbance Friday evening at a home in the city of Rockmart, roughly 40 miles from Atlanta, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.

Deputies and firefighters entered the home to rescue the occupants and extinguished the fire, police said.

Paulding County detectives and fire investigators, agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and investigators from the state fire marshal’s office were working at the scene, the news release stated.

Seven children were found inside the home, two of whom were pronounced dead, the release said.

“Two juveniles were pronounced deceased on scene: a 3-year-old with multiple apparent stab wounds and 9-month-old. Three additional juveniles, ages 5, 9, and 11 were transported to local hospitals. The remaining two juveniles, ages 14 and 16 did not appear to have injuries,” the sheriff’s office said.

The 5-year-old later died from their injuries, the news release said, and the 9-year-old was in critical but stable condition…

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Breaking: Project Veritas Reveals a Democrat Senate Candidate Urging Leftist ‘Sleepers’ to ‘Run as Republicans’

In audio released by Project Veritas Action on Sunday, it was revealed that South Carolina Democrat State Rep. and US Senate candidate Krystle Matthews urging Democrats to run as “sleepers,” and run as Republicans.

The audio came from a recorded conversation between Matthews and an inmate at Perry Correctional Institution, which reportedly took place on February 15, 2022. The state’s democratic run off election takes place on Tuesday, June 28.

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

Deputies Identify Man Shot Dead, Suspected of Kidnapping Two Women in Brevard County

GRANT-VALKARIA, Fla. — A man accused of kidnapping two women is dead after shooting at deputies and leading several agencies on a chase across multiple counties.

Deputies have identified the suspect as 42-year-old Curtis Kimbrough of Cocoa Beach.

Kimbrough already had a record of felonies and had recently finished serving a five-year sentence for trafficking methamphetamine and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to deputies.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office says deputies were contacted by the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office around 8 p.m. Saturday, advising they were in pursuit of a suspect with a possible hostage from a kidnapping that occurred in Osceola County where one of the victims was shot.

The chase continued through the southern part of Brevard County. Sheriff Wayne Ivey says the suspect shot several times at Indian River County deputies.

One of the women was able to escape from the vehicle after it crashed on Old Dixie Highway and Foley Lane in Grant. Kimbrough then ran into a wooded area with the other hostage, holding a gun to her head.

Aviation Units from the Brevard, Indian River and Osceola County Sheriff’s Offices tracked them down.

Deputies said an exchange of gunfire occurred between Kimbrough and members of the Indian River and Brevard County Sheriff’s Offices and the Sebastian Police Department.

Kimbrough was killed and the hostage was rescued.

No members of the Indian River, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office or the Sebastian Police Department were hurt.

Both of the victims, one 33-year-old woman and a 41-year-old woman, were taken to local hospitals where they are being evaluated and treated.

According to deputies, the 33-year-old was released from the hospital, but the 41-year-old who’d been shot in Osceola County is still in serious condition at the hospital…

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

Facebook Oversight Board Got a Massive 1 Million Censorship Appeals

In its annual report, Meta’s Oversight Board, which reviews Meta’s platform content moderation decisions, received over one million appeals on content moderation decisions between October 2020 and December last year.

The total number of appeals was 1,152,181, an average of 2,649 cases daily.

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

Free Speech Win: Georgia Gwinnett College to Pay $800k Settlement to Christian Student it Censored

Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia, will pay $800,000 to settle a free speech lawsuit filed by a Christian student it had censored, according to Alliance Defending Freedom.

Georgia Gwinnett College is now paying the price after campus police stopped Christian student Chike Uzuegbunam from speaking about his faith or distributing Christian literature on campus in 2016, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) announced on Wednesday.

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

Ghislaine Maxwell on Suicide Watch, Lawyer Says ‘She is Not Suicidal’

Ghislaine Maxwell, who was found guilty of sex trafficking of a minor and conspiracy to abuse underage girls, has been placed in solitary confinement and is on suicide watch.

According to the New York Post, Maxwell’s lawyer, Bobby Sternheim, said Saturday that “Ghislaine Maxwell is on suicide watch — but isn’t really suicidal.” Sternheim claims Maxwell was put in solitary confinement on placed on suicide watch “without justification,” adding “She [Maxwell] is not suicidal.” He adds that Maxwell’s June 28th sentencing, where she will face the possibility of up to 55 years in prison, may need to be delayed.

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

Kyle Rittenhouse Announces Video Game Where Players Can Play as Him, Shoot ‘Fake News Turkeys’

Fresh off committing to a couple of colleges who had yet to accept him, Kyle Rittenhouse has worked his way back into the headlines this week with the announcement of a video game that he apparently hopes to sell and then use to fund defamation lawsuits.

And, on brand, it’s a game in which users shoot “fake news turkeys.”

There is a website for the game, and a listed price of $9.99, although no release date is listed.

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

Signs in Martian Soil Point to Habitable Conditions for Life Over a Long Period

Is there life on Mars? Has there ever been? It’s one of the biggest questions we have about our planetary neighbor; now, research points to one particular part of the red planet that could have been able to harbor life several times across billions of years.

Through a thorough study of images captured by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, planetary scientists have identified clay-bearing sediments across the northern Ladon Valles, the southern Ladon basin, and the southwestern highlands around Ladon basin — all part of the extensively cratered Margaritifer Terra area.

Clay points to the long-term presence of water, as it forms under neutral pH conditions with minimal water evaporation. The team thinks water flowed here from around 3.8 billion years ago up to around 2.5 billion years ago, a large stretch of Martian history.

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

T-Mobile Has Found a New Way to Track Customers. Here’s How to Stop It.

Smartphone OS providers Google and Android are providing ways for users to opt-out of tracking. Therefore, marketers have been looking at other options to track online activity and T-Mobile has come up with a new way of tracking customers to collect data.

As reported by AdExchanger, T-Mobile’s Un-carrier has a new program called App Insights. The program has been in beta for a year and is now fully launched. It allows third-party marketers to buy T-Mobile’s customer data.

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

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Catapults Past $1B at Worldwide Box Office

Refresh for latest…: Paramount/Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick has raced past the $1B mark worldwide, becoming only the second movie of the pandemic era to reach such rarefied air — and Tom Cruise’s first time to the milestone in a career that has spanned 40 years. It took just 31 days for the aviators to get to $1B with the total through Sunday at an estimated $1.006B worldwide, including domestic’s estimated $521.7M and $484.7M from the international box office.

Cruise’s flying ace had already raced across $900M last Monday, and a few days prior had topped $800M to become Cruise’s biggest movie ever globally.

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

Why Hasn’t Seneca College Dropped Their Vaccine Mandate Yet?

On Thursday, June 23, we at Rebel News went down to a Seneca College campus, the same campus that shares its location with York University.

We asked students and faculty members from both institutions for their opinions on how they feel about York having dropped their mandates already, but Seneca has not.

“I’m all for vaccines, I think that people should be vaccinated because it keeps us safe. But it is unfair, I mean one school dropped their mandate, but the other didn’t. I don’t know. It’s hypocritical,” said a York student.

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

How the Great Reset Made Its Way From Conspiracy Theory Into Trudeau’s Briefing Notes

On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra discussed the World Economic Forum’s plans “to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.” While critics of the plans have been dismissed as conspiracy theorists, world leaders and the media alike have been echoing the same language about rebuilding the world. “Once you notice their language and their plans, you can’t really unsee it,” Ezra noted.

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

‘Reckless Behaviour by Health Officials’: Expert Talks COVID Vaccine Trials and Saftey Data

On day two of the Canadian COVID Care Alliance’s (CCCA) event titled the Citizens Hearing, Deanna McLeod gave a startling presentation.

I have previously interviewed McLeod who was part of a team that conducted a systemic review on Pfizer’s own COVID-19 clinical trial data. It showed an increase in harm (and death!) compared to the placebo group; harms that were buried and/or grossly misrepresented.

As the founder and head of Kaleidoscope Strategic, a medical research firm that specializes in preparing evidence-based guidelines and systematic reviews in terms of cancer research, MacLeod says that with COVID, they “stepped into this new environment and just did what we normally do which is evaluate clinical trials with an eye for safety.”

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

Thousands of Canada Post Employees STILL Out of Work Due to Vaccine Mandates

Although it may seem like vaccine mandates have been pretty much lifted across Canada, would you believe me when I tell you that there are still Canadians right now who are off work due to not disclosing their vaccination status?

We’re going to share with you the story of a Canada Post employee by the name of Jo Marie, one of allegedly seven thousand postal workers who have been placed on administrative leave without pay for not complying with the mandatory vaccination policy.

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

YouTubers Consider Leaving Canada if New Online Content Bill Passes

Canada’s controversial Bill C-11, which will give the Government’s media watchdog the authority to regulate online content, passed the House after its third reading. As it heads to the Senate, some Canadian YouTubers have said they will leave the country if it passes, to protect their career.

The bill is an update to the Broadcasting Act and it would give the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) the power to regulate online content, both commercial and user-generated. The government’s idea is to force streaming platforms to prioritize mainstream Canadian content.

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

Dutch Coinbase Users Will Have to Hand Over Data When Sending Crypto to Private Wallets

The Freedom Convoy protests in Canada earlier this year, where protesters had their bank accounts frozen at the behest of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, brought the idea of sending cryptocurrencies to private wallets into the mainstream news, as civil liberties supporters were able to use crypto to get funds to the protesters on the front lines.

But now, governments all around the world are trying to curb the use of private wallets that aren’t controlled by a central provider and it could threaten the free exchange of currency.

Coinbase customers in the Netherlands will soon be required to provide additional know-your-customer (KYC) details when transferring crypto assets out of the exchange. The change is in compliance with local regulations.

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

Finland General Tells Russia His Country Would Offer Stiff Resistance if Attacked

Finnish Chief of Defence Timo Kivinen has warned Russia that his country has been preparing for decades for a possible attack and Russia would meet stiff resistance should an attack occur.

General Kivinen made his remarks during an interview earlier this week saying: “The most important line of defence is between one’s ears, as the war in Ukraine proves at the moment.” He went on to note that Finland has prepared defences for a possible Russian attack for decades.

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

German Vice-Chancellor “Drastically Reduces” Time in Shower to Cope With Energy Crisis

German Vice-Chancellor and Economy Minister Robert Habeck spoke with Der Spiegel magazine about the need for German citizens to shower less to overcome the worst energy crisis in a generation.

When asked by Der Spiegel about “saving energy in our day-to-day lives,” Habeck responded by saying to shower less.

“I have drastically reduced the amount of time I spend in the shower, but I am a poor example. As a minister, I earn a salary that others can only dream of. Plus, I come home late, get up at 6 a.m., and am out of the house again by 7. With such a schedule, it’s not necessary to heat in winter. For people working from home, retirees with small pensions, and families, it is a different story.

“My counterpart from the Netherlands recently told me proudly that they had launched a campaign intended to cut the average showering time from 10 minutes to five. I had to laugh. I have never showered for five minutes in my life. I shower quickly,” he said.

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

Norway: Oslo Pride Islamist Terror Attack: What We Know So Far

A 42-year-old male has been arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder, and acts of terror after a mass shooting in the Norwegian capital of Oslo on Saturday.

The shooting left two people dead and 21 others wounded as the gunman, a Norwegian national of Iranian origin, targeted a known LGBT-friendly bar and two other venues on the day of Oslo Pride in what police called an “act of Islamist terrorism.”

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

One Year After His Death, John McAfee’s Corpse Still Being Held by Gov’t, Fueling Claims of ‘Cover Up’

Authored by Matt Agorist via The Free Thought Project

It has been an entire year since John McAfee died — allegedly by suicide — in a Spanish prison and since that day, authorities have refused to release his body.

Since his death last June, the internet has abounded with conspiracy theories over how John McAfee died. Adding fuel to the conspiracy fire was the fact that the Spanish government — who was holding him on charges of tax evasion to be extradited to the United States — has held his body and refused to allow the family to see it.

After suspiciously holding his body for 7 months, in February, a Spanish court ruled that McAfee took his own life. This ruling by the judge confirmed the findings of the original autopsy which declared his death a suicide.

As she did with the original ruling, McAfee’s widow, Janice McAfee has appealed the ruling, insisting her husband was murdered.

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

Suspect in Norway Mass Shooting During LGBTQ Festival Refuses to Explain Motive

OSLO, Norway — The suspect in a mass shooting during an LGBTQ festival in Norway has refused to explain his actions to investigators and will remain in pretrial custody for the next four weeks, police and his defense lawyer said Sunday.

The man, whom authorities described as a 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran, — was arrested shortly after the shooting in Oslo’s nightlife district early Saturday. He is being held on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and terrorism.

Two people were killed and more than 20 were injured in what the Norwegian security service called an “Islamist terror act.”

Oslo police said they tried to question the suspect on Saturday and again on Sunday without success. Norwegian media identified him as Zaniar Matapour.

Matapour’s defense lawyer, John Christian Elden, told The Associated Press by email that his client refused to have his statement recorded and videotaped unless police released the entire recording to the public “with no time delay so it won’t be censored or manipulated.”,,,

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Swedish Action Movie Legend Dolph Lundgren Decries Sweden’s Rape Rates

Swedish action film star Dolph Lundgren has decried the number of rapes taking place in his home country, claiming the country cannot protect women from being raped.

1980’s action film legend Lundgren made his comments this week on his Instagram page saying, “Sadly, my home country Sweden still cannot protect their women from rape.”

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

Terror Attack Plotting Jihadi Only Given House Arrest in Italy

Two young Muslims who plotted a terrorist attack using explosives were both able to avoid prison as one was sentenced to house arrest and the other was allowed to go free.

The two Muslims, a man and a woman born in Italy with a Kosovar background, were convicted for plotting a terrorist attack in the name of the Islamic State terrorist group. They had reportedly planned to travel to Africa to join the group after the attack took place.

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

Latest Developments in Ukraine: June 26

The latest developments in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. All times EDT:

7:25 p.m.: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will attend a round of talks with the leaders of Sweden and Finland, as well as NATO on Tuesday ahead of the summit in Madrid, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said, according to Reuters.

Finland and Sweden applied for NATO membership in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February. But the bids have faced opposition from Turkey, which has been angered by what it says is Helsinki and Stockholm’s support for Kurdish militants and arms embargoes on Ankara, Reuters reported.

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

Russia is Using Facial Recognition Surveillance to Arrest Journalists

The Russian government has been using facial recognition technology to track journalists in Moscow and other major cities. Such kind of surveillance is a threat to the freedom of expression and journalism.

On Russia’s Independence Day, June 12, Pyotr Ivanov, a reporter for news outlet SOTA, was arrested when he entered the Moscow metro. He had no outstanding warrants or fines, no criminal record, and had recently not participated in any protests. The police officers did not even know why they were detaining him, only that he had been flagged by Sfera, a facial recognition system installed in all Moscow metro stations.

He was released after a few hours.

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

Russia Strikes Kyiv as Western Leaders Meet in Europe

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia shattered weeks of relative calm in the Ukrainian capital with long-range missiles fired toward Kyiv early Sunday, an apparent Kremlin show-of-force as Western leaders meet in Europe to strengthen their military and economic support of Ukraine.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said the missiles hit at least two residential buildings, killed one person and injured six others, including a 7-year-old girl and her mother. Associated Press journalists saw emergency workers battling flames and rescuing civilians from the buildings.

The strikes also damaged a nearby kindergarten, where a crater pocked the courtyard. U.S. President Joe Biden called the attacks “barbarism” after he arrived in Germany for a Group of Seven summit…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

“We Are Your Death”: The Persecution of Christians, May 2022

The following are among the abuses Muslims inflicted on Christians throughout the month of May 2022:

Murder and Mayhem in Nigeria:

On May 12, the Islamic State in Nigeria released a video of its members slaughtering 20 Christians. The ISIS terrorists were dressed in black, which covered everything but their eyes. In the video, the Christians appear on their knees, their hands tied behind their backs. A man holding a knife stands behind them. The terrorists claim that the murder of these 20 Christians is “payback” for ISIS leaders killed three months earlier in Syria by the U.S. Although the scene is reminiscent of the 2015 video of another pack of Muslim terrorists slaughtering 21 Coptic Christians in Libya, it received far less media coverage. The 2015 video of the Copts had received six times less media coverage than the killing of a gorilla about the same time. The video of the Nigerian Christians also barely made a peep in the Western media — as if the ritual slaughter of Christians is now so normal, it does not merit a report.

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

Global Britain: West African Countries Togo and Gabon Join Commonwealth of Nations

(AFP) — The 54-nation group of mostly former British colonies accepted Togo and Gabon’s application for membership on the final day of its leadership summit in Rwanda.

“We have admitted Gabon and Togo as new members, and we all welcome them to the Commonwealth family,” Rwandan President Paul Kagame said at the closing press conference.

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

Hungary Sees Number of Illegals Doubling

The onslaught of illegals on Hungary’s southern border continues unabated — the number of migrants there has more than doubled compared to last year. According to the Hungarian border police, more than 100 000 illegals have already been arrested this year.

The Hungarian Prime Minister’s chief advisor for internal security, György Bakondi, now told the news channel M1: “Most of the arriving refugees are still young men who try to cross the Hungarian border in large groups.” So far, Hungarian police and soldiers have been attacked 230 times and the border fence and its technical equipment have often been damaged. Some illegals have even been seen with firearms, he said.

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

10 People Arrested in Oregon Following Pro-Abortion Riot Outside Pregnancy Center

The Eugene Police Department in Oregon has made multiple arrests following a violent pro-abortion riot in which protesters threw smoke bombs at officers and ignored calls to disperse. The department said a multiple-agency response was required for the “downtown civil unrest,” which included calling for backup from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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

29-Year-Old Biological Male Takes First Place in Women’s Skateboarding Competition Against 13-Year-Old Girl

On Saturday, a biological male beat out a field of female competitors, including the 13-year-old girl who placed second, to win a skateboarding competition in New York City.

29-year-old Ricci Tres placed first in The Boardr Open women’s finals, taking home $500 in prize money. Second place finisher Shiloh Catori, 13, took home $250. Third place finisher, 16-year-old Jordan Pascal took home $150 in prize money, while the remaining three finishers took home $100 each.

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

AOC Says Reversal of Roe v. Wade ‘Will Kill People’

On Sunday’s episode of Meet the Press, New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade “will kill people.”

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

Around the Nation, Demonstrators Show Support for Abortion Rights

Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, reproductive rights protests continued across the country.

In Alabama, hundreds gathered on Saturday in Birmingham, reciting poems, dancing and spreading hugs, all in support of reproductive rights, according to WBHM’s Miranda Fulmore.

[…]

Fulmore reported that the Birmingham crowd, one of at least five rallies in Alabama over the weekend, chanted in unison Saturday: “We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains.”

Marchers streamed through downtown Boston as well on Saturday, with changes of “What do we want? Abortion rights,” according to GBH’s Jeremy Siegel…

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

‘Death to SCOTUS’ Spray Painted in Portland, Oregon During Second Night of Riots

Late last night, pro-abortion activists rioted in downtown Portland, Oregon and spray-painted messages such as “Death to SCOTUS” during relentless vandalism and violence.

Fox News reports that a “large group of rioters” was seen “smashing windows and vandalizing several buildings Saturday night of June 25. The group also graffitied messages targeting the U.S. Supreme Court.

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

Illinois Park to Feature Provocative Drag Performer in Event for Kids

On June 26th, an Illinois park will be hosting a “family-friendly party in the park celebrating LGBTQ Pride” which will feature drag performances for children. The event will be hosted by the Skokie Parks District in Skokie, Illinois.

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

Olivia Rodrigo Sings ‘F*** You’ To Conservative Supreme Court Justices

19-year-old pop star Olivia Rodrigo said “we hate you” to the five conservative justices of the Supreme Court as part of a pro-abortion tirade she gave to her audience at the Glastonbury music festival in Pilton, Somerset, England on Saturday.

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

Pro-Abortion Activists Threaten Abstinence in Response to SCOTUS Overturning Roe

In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade on Friday, pro-abortion activists are threatening a “sex strike,” vowing to remain abstinent until the ruling is changed.

According to the New York Post, the hashtag “sex strike” was trending on Twitter on Saturday, with pro-abortion women stating that they with withheld from participating in sex because they “cannot take the risk of an unintended pregnancy.”

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

Six People Arrested at South Carolina Demonstration Following SCOTUS Abortion Ruling

Six people were arrested during a demonstration in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, on Saturday following the Supreme Court’s ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.

The Greenville Police Department said more than 400 people had gathered during the afternoon event in One City Plaza, where pro-life and pro-abortion demonstrators stood on opposite sides of the street.

“‘On several occasions, officers had to address people in the roadway and parties from one side trying to go over to another,’“ the department said.

The six individuals were arrested with charges that included interfering with police, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, according to the report.

Fox Carolina added that the charges also included pedestrians blocking a roadway…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Suspect Accused of Using Flamethrower in Attack at Los Angeles Antifa Riot Charged With Attempted Murder

Pro-abortion activist Michael Ortiz was arrested on June 26th after allegedly attacking police with a makeshift flamethrower during a violent riot over the reversal of Roe v. Wade.

As the New York Post reports, several others were arrested during the Los Angeles riot, including 23-year-old Juliana Bernardo who allegedly tried to steal a police officer’s baton amid skirmishes with law enforcement. The pro-abortion protestors shut down the LA freeway, harassed and attacked drivers, broke building windows, and lobbed a firework explosive at police.

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

Watch: Pro-Abortion Man Yells ‘I F***ing Love Killing Babies, ‘ Attacks Female Reporter

On Saturday, a pro-abortion man aggressively confronted Turning Point USA contributor Drew Hernandez and his camerawoman outside the United States Supreme Court.

The angry protester shoved his face about one inch from Hernandez and growled, “I f***ing love killing babies,” before assaulting the female camera woman and independent journalist Savanah Hernandez.

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

Watch: Stacey Abrams Dodges Question About Limits on Abortion

Today on CNN’s State of the Union, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams refused to articulate any restrictions on abortion.

Abrams told Jake Tapper that she believes “there should be a federal law that allows women to have the choices to have reproductive choice and reproductive justice.”

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

7 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 6/26/2022

  1. Well, I thought Ghislaine Maxwell was going to make it.
    Any chance of checking on who is supposed to be maintaining the cameras that watch the door of her cell and the guards who are supposed to check on her?
    I wonder how the Clinton Foundation Ninjas will take her out?

  2. I was watching the first couple of minutes of a David Wood video talking about the theft of a koran from a person, Hatun, who speaks at speaker’s corner in the UK. He had given one as a gift to replace the one stolen in the past and was holding up all the various Koran’s he had. Well one was very large and stylized. I thought that looks like a giant Corona virus with the spoke proteins. That is my lead up to say you can get immunity from the Koran-a virus by reading this site. da duh – duh

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