Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/1/2022

The U.S. Army issued a directive that requires all members of the National Guard and Reserves to comply with its “vaccine” mandate. Meanwhile, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced that all state employees must comply with COVID-19 “vaccine” and booster requirements as a condition of their continued employment.

In other news, an elderly Frenchman returned from holiday to find African squatters occupying his home.

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

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Financial Crisis
» Are We Already in a Recession? Yes, According to Fed Indicator With ‘Excellent’ Track Record
» Eurozone Inflation Soars to Record 8.6% in June
» Gas Prices Continue Slight Downward Trend Ahead of July 4, Still Sharply Elevated From Year Ago
» Silver Analyst Says Energy Much Bigger Force Than Manipulation in Silver Prices
» ‘The Findings Are Shocking’ — German Entering Poverty at Record Rate as Inflation and COVID Destroy Prosperity
» White House Tells Americans to Endure High Gas Prices to Save “Liberal World Order”
 
USA
» About 28% of Voters So Alienated With Government Think ‘Soon be Necessary to Take Up Arms,’ Survey
» AOC Accuses Supreme Court of “Coup” and Calls for it to be “Done Away With”
» Army Says National Guard, Reservists Will Now be Subject to Vaccine Mandate
» As Chicago Crime Sends Businesses Packing, Scientists Create Algorithm to Detect in Advance
» Baby’s Father Arrested in Mother’s Execution-Style Killing on NYC Street
» Biden’s EPA Has America’s Biggest Oil Field in Its Regulatory Crosshairs
» Bill Gates Granted Authority to Buy 2100 More Acres of North Dakota Farmland
» Bookies: Biden Now Third Place in the Odds to Win 2024 Election
» California Homeowner, 93, Shoots Intruder: ‘Defending His Property’
» Deleted NBC Report Resurfaces — Hillary Clinton Shut Down Investigation Into Elite Pedophile Ring
» Drug-Traffickers Arrested With 150,000 Fentanyl Pills Set Free Just Days After Arrest: Police
» Federal Judge Orders New Trial for Michigan Men Accused of Plotting to Kidnap Gov. Whitmer
» Governor Demands All Washington State Employees be Subject to COVID Vaccine, Booster Requirements in Perpetuity
» Homeless Population Hits Record High in Newsom’s California Capital: Report
» Ivy League Study on Boosters, COVID ‘Rebounds’ Fuel Skepticism of Federal Narratives
» Los Angeles County DA George Gascon Plea to Supporters on Recall: They Will ‘Reverse Our Progress’
» New Orleans Could Become Murder Capital of US Under Mayor Latoya Cantrell
» Press Corps Blasts “Continued Efforts to Limit Access to the President” By the White House
» Radical Environmentalists Deflate Tires of SUVs in NYC, Vow to Hit Other US Cities
» Rantz: Astonishing 10,000% Increase in Catalytic Converter Theft Due to WA Democrat’s Law
» Rantz: Two Seattle-Area Churches Vandalized, One Story Keeps Getting Stranger
» ‘Reset the Table’ is Part of the Great Reset
» Texas Woman Gets Visit From Feds After Twitter Post Threatening Violence Against SCOTUS
» Thousands of Flights Cancelled as Pilots Strike Heading Into July 4 Weekend
» Vegan Florida Mother Convicted of Starving Toddler to Death With Strict Raw Fruits, Vegetables Diet
 
Canada
» Canada’s ArriveCAN App Introduced for COVID Could be Made Permanent, Government Suggests
» Legacy Media Continues to Spread Misinformation About Freedom Movement
» Man Facing Charges After Car Explodes Outside Oshawa Police Station
» Ottawa Police Just Fined a Protester $1,130 for Writing “Free Tamara Lich” In Chalk!
» Veteran James Topp Arrives in Ottawa After 4000km Protest March Across Canada
 
Europe and the EU
» 3 Million+ Innocent Private Chats Could be Handed Over to Investigators Under New EU Plans
» Belgium: Drug Lab Unearthed at NATO Nuclear Base
» Calls for Italy’s Conservatives to Unite
» ‘Closure of Coal Industry and Fit for 55 Would be a Disaster, ‘ Says Polish President’s Aide
» Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU’s ‘Green’ Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland and Germany
» Germans Struggling With Support for ‘Current Thing’
» Polish PM Morawiecki Under Fire for Accepting EC Funding Milestones
» UK: Just Stop Oil Paintings: Climate Activists Glue Themselves to Art by Van Gogh, Turner
» ‘Welcome to the New Eco-Socialism’ Populist MEP Slams Fossil Fuel Car Ban
 
Russia
» Friday, July 1. Russia’s War on Ukraine: News and Information From Ukraine
» Prominent Neo-Nazi Who Wants to Destroy America Pledges Support for Ukraine
 
South Asia
» India Gives Twitter Days to Comply With Censorship Demands
 
Far East
» ‘Biggest Mistake of the Century’ — Britain’s Hong Kong Handover 25 Years Ago to Beijing Marked the ‘Beginning of the End’
 
Australia — Pacific
» Australian Appliance Retailer Hit With Complaints Over Invasive Facial Recognition Tech
» Payments Company MasterCard Wants to be a Digital ID Provider
» Rumours of ‘Kill List’ Terrorise NSW Town After Two Teens Allegedly Stabbed to Death in Weeks
 
Immigration
» Arizona Gov. Ducey Approves Record $500 Million-Plus on Border Security Protection for State
» As Airports Descent Into Chaos, Germany’s Left-Wing Government Pushes Controversial Plan to Bring in Foreign Workers
» Coinbase Reportedly Shares Data With ICE
» France: Elderly Man Returns From Holiday to Find African Man Squatting His Home
» Texas AG Ken Paxton Vows to Relitigate ‘Remain in Mexico’ Suit After SCOTUS Sides With Biden Admin
 
Culture Wars
» Abortion Rights Protesters Target Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s House
» Arizona Democrats Promote ‘F**k the 4th’ Event to ‘Mourn’ Supreme Court Abortion Decision
» Breaking: TikTok Bans the Babylon Bee With No Way to Appeal
» DeSantis Campaign Defends Florida Parental Rights Law, Fires Back at White House ‘Lie’
» Exclusive: Vanguard Holds ‘Family-Friendly’ Drag Queen Show With Kids, Funds Abortions and DEI Initiatives
» Facebook Flags the Babylon Bee for “False Information” Over Pregnant Ken Doll Satire
» Far-Left Activists Ran Trans Surgical Clinic in Washington State Tractor Barn With Surgical Tools From eBay
» French Judges to Decide Whether Trans-Men Eligible for Artificial Insemination
» Get Woke, Go Broke (Literally)
» Jordan Peterson: I’d Rather Die Than Delete Truthful Tweet for Cancel Creeps
» New Disney Show Accused of Indoctrinating Kids to Think That Men, Too, Can Get a Period
» ‘Permanent Male Sterilization’: Vasectomies Soar After SCOTUS Overturns Roe
» Poll Shows American Belief in Transgender Ideology is Falling
» Seattle Preacher Arrested During Pride Event Says ‘Crime’ Was Reading Bible in Park
» Toronto Police Cause Confusion With Post About Missing ‘Woman’ With a Goatee
 

Are We Already in a Recession? Yes, According to Fed Indicator With ‘Excellent’ Track Record

A highly watched economic indicator with a good track record in predicting recessions cut its forecast for second-quarter gross domestic product growth this week, implying the nation has fallen into a technical recession despite economists widely calling for a return to growth in the second quarter.

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

Eurozone Inflation Soars to Record 8.6% in June

The euro hit a record 8.6% in June, a half-percent increase from the previous record a month before.

Inflation was pushed by an increase in energy costs, which had risen 41.9% compared to last year’s numbers. The price increase has been partly connected to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

The cost of food, tobacco and alcohol also surged to a rate 8.9% more expensive than prices last year.

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

Gas Prices Continue Slight Downward Trend Ahead of July 4, Still Sharply Elevated From Year Ago

Gas prices continued their modest decline over the past week ahead of the July 4 holiday, coming down from just below a $5-per-gallon average while remaining significantly higher than a year ago.

Average national gas prices tracked by AAA put the average gallon of gas in the United States at $4.84 per gallon, down from $4.85 yesterday and $4.92 a week ago.

Those figures, while still markedly high, are a notable decline from the record set in mid-June when gas prices topped $5 per gallon nationally for the first time in U.S. history.

According to AAA, gas prices a year ago sat at an average of $3.12 nationally.

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

Silver Analyst Says Energy Much Bigger Force Than Manipulation in Silver Prices

With the continued focus on precious metals manipulation, I decided it was a good idea to provide my CONNECT THE DOT analysis on this subject matter. While most analysts and investors in the precious metals community focus a lot of their efforts on the “COMEX” and “Manipulation,” I believe we have much bigger problems ahead that deserve our attention…

I now focus most of my time on how ENERGY will change everything, especially the value of most assets and the metals. But, this won’t be due to anything the Central Banks DO or DON’T DO, but rather… the ENERGY CLIFF.

[Much of his analysis is in an embedded YouTube video where he notes the current average cost of producing silver (~$20/oz) and gold, shows the profit margin of the largest silver producer (huge) and other major players, says there may be a further spike down in silver, but predicts energy prices to go way high with mining costs and metals prices following.]

           — Hat tip: JAS [Return to headlines]
 

‘The Findings Are Shocking’ — German Entering Poverty at Record Rate as Inflation and COVID Destroy Prosperity

The proportion of poor people in Germany has reached a new high, according to the Federal Statistical Office, with the data highlighting a sea change in the German economy. The bad news is that the report only covers data up until the end of 2021 before the dramatic increase in food and energy prices in 2022, which means this trend is likely to dramatically worsen over the coming year.

“The findings are shocking, the economic effects of the pandemic are having a full impact,” said Ulrich Schneider, the director of the German Welfare Parity Association, while delivering a presentation of the “Poverty Report 2021.” The association plays a large role in helping deliver and coordinate social welfare services in the country, with 10,000 organization members and association branches in all 15 German states.

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

White House Tells Americans to Endure High Gas Prices to Save “Liberal World Order”

The White House has told Americans they must continue to endure crippling high gas prices in order to preserve the “liberal world order” and support Ukraine.

Yes, really.

The comments were made by Biden advisor Brian Deese during a CNN interview when he was asked about the cost of living crisis.

“What do you say to those families that say, listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?” the host asked Deese.

“This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm,” Deese responded.

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

About 28% of Voters So Alienated With Government Think ‘Soon be Necessary to Take Up Arms,’ Survey

More than one-in-four U.S. voters are so alienated from their government that they believe it may “soon be necessary to take up arms” against it, according to a new survey.

Twenty-eight percent of the 1,000 registered U.S. voter in the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics survey released Thursday agreed and said yes to the question.

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

AOC Accuses Supreme Court of “Coup” and Calls for it to be “Done Away With”

Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accused the Supreme Court Thursday of instigating a “coup” and called for it to be completely abolished in a series of rants on different subjects.

Following a ruling that will see the EPA’s power to regulate greenhouse gases reined in, AOC tweeted that Joe Biden’s suggestion of suspending the filibuster in the Senate isn’t enough.

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

Army Says National Guard, Reservists Will Now be Subject to Vaccine Mandate

The Army announced Friday that members of the National Guard and Reserve forces will have to be in compliance with its COVID-19 vaccine mandate to take part in drills.

The service said members who are not in compliance without an approved or pending exemption cannot participate in federally funded training and will not receive payment or retirement credit.

The Army National Guard’s vaccine deadline was on Thursday.

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

As Chicago Crime Sends Businesses Packing, Scientists Create Algorithm to Detect in Advance

Chicago’s legendary crime has caused businesses to leave town amid the growing threat of violence.

“We would do thousands of jobs a year in the city, but as we got robbed more, my people operating rollers and pavers we got robbed, our equipment would get stolen in broad daylight and there would usually be a gun involved, and it got expensive and it got dangerous,” said Gary Rabine, who pulled his road paving company out of the city after his crews were repeatedly robbed.

Rabine told Fox News that the increased costs of security and insurance for “thousands” of jobs in the city eventually caused expenses to be “twice as much as they should be” per employee.

Billionaire Ken Griffin moved his firm, Citadel, from Chicago to Miami, after saying in October 2021 that “Chicago is like Afghanistan, on a good day, and that’s a problem,” adding that he saw “25 bullet shots in the glass window of the retail space” in the building he lives in.

“If people aren’t safe here, they’re not going to live here,” he told the Wall Street Journal in April. “I’ve had multiple colleagues mugged at gunpoint. I’ve had a colleague stabbed on the way to work. Countless issues of burglary. I mean, that’s a really difficult backdrop with which to draw talent to your city from.”

AI to the rescue?

Scientists from the University of Chicago have created a new “AI” algorithm that can predict crime a week in advance.

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

Baby’s Father Arrested in Mother’s Execution-Style Killing on NYC Street

A suspect in Wednesday’s point-blank execution of a 20-year-old mother as she pushed her 3-month-old child in a stroller on Manhattan’s Upper East Side has been arrested on charges of murder, police announced Friday.

Investigators had been zeroing in on Isaac Argro, 22, in the two day’s since the sidewalk slaying of Azsia Johnson. Law enforcement sources identify Argro as the father of the 3-month-old inside the stroller, who was unharmed.

The NYPD confirmed his arrest late Friday, almost 48 hours after a gunman wearing all black shot the new mother near Lexington Avenue and East 95th Street.

Police had said the gunman approached Johnson from behind around 8:30 p.m., and shot her once in the head before taking off on foot.

Multiple law enforcement sources with direct knowledge of the case say investigators recovered surveillance video and other footage from in and around the crime scene — and they continue to canvass for evidence that may track the gunman’s movements…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Biden’s EPA Has America’s Biggest Oil Field in Its Regulatory Crosshairs

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering labeling the United States’ largest oil field in violation of ozone pollution standards, threatening drilling operations in the region and, by extension, domestic oil production.

The proposed regulations take aim at the Permian Basin, the largest oil field in the United States, accounting for 95,000,000 gallons of gasoline per day or 40% of the oil produced domestically, according to the Texas Governor’s Office. The move comes amid record gas prices and ongoing energy insecurity for many Americans.

           — Hat tip: JAS [Return to headlines]
 

Bill Gates Granted Authority to Buy 2100 More Acres of North Dakota Farmland

Bill Gates, who already owns close to 270,000 acres of land in the U.S., has been granted the legal authority to buy another 2100 acres in North Dakota despite protests by local residents.

Gates, already the largest farmland owner in the country, has secured the go ahead to buy the land for $13.5 million under his ‘Red River Trust’ company.

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

Bookies: Biden Now Third Place in the Odds to Win 2024 Election

It’s not often the incumbent in the White House isn’t the frontrunner for re-election, but it’s even rarer that he’s in third place.

“Biden’s crushed approval ratings and worsening betting odds are causing Democrats to wonder if he is the right figure to take on Trump in 2024,” said Joe Short of Gambling.com. “According to the Wall Street Journal, Democrats expect him to go for a second term at the age of 82, but they’re not sure he should.”

“To make matters even worse for Biden, he is now third favourite to win the 2024 US Presidential election, behind both Trump (3/1) and Florida’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis (4/1),” he said.

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

California Homeowner, 93, Shoots Intruder: ‘Defending His Property’

A 93-year-old man shot and injured a home intruder in California, according to authorities.

The attempted burglary happened in Moreno Valley around midnight on Wednesday, according to a statement by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Joe Teague, 93, informed dispatch he had “several subjects at gunpoint” in his residence.

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

Deleted NBC Report Resurfaces — Hillary Clinton Shut Down Investigation Into Elite Pedophile Ring

The Pizzagate topic has been one of great controversy, and for good reason — if true, the implications of the allegations are huge. It would shatter our illusions of powerful people including Presidents, high ranking politicians and those we trust to run our countries. These people would be, under the definitions of our systems, criminals committing heinous and unforgivable crimes.

So is there any truth to the allegations? Mainstream media has been operating as a branch of the Democrat Party’s PR department for years now, so there is no point listening to them about anything. But there was a time in the past when the occasional nugget of truth would be allowed to slip out between the wall-to-wall propaganda.

Take, for instance, this NBC news report that Hillary Clinton, while she was Obama’s secretary of state, shut down an investigation into an elite pedophile ring in the State Department. According to the report presented by Chuck Todd, Clinton shut down the investigation in order to avoid scandal and protect the careers of high ranking officials.

NBC even provided internal State Department memos to back up claims of the Hillary Clinton elite pedophile ring cover-up.

           — Hat tip: JAS [Return to headlines]
 

Drug-Traffickers Arrested With 150,000 Fentanyl Pills Set Free Just Days After Arrest: Police

Authored by Lorenz Duchamps via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours)

Two drug traffickers who were arrested during a traffic stop in California last week after they got allegedly busted with 150,000 pills of fentanyl have been released back onto the streets, officials said.

Detectives arrested Jose Zendejas, 25, and Benito Madrigal, 19, both from Washington, during a fentanyl bust in Tulare County on June 24, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The two were booked into the county’s pre-trial facility on charges of possession, transportation, and selling of illegal drugs.

In an update on Monday, the sheriff’s office said they “received a court order releasing both suspects from custody on their own recognizance.”

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

Federal Judge Orders New Trial for Michigan Men Accused of Plotting to Kidnap Gov. Whitmer

A federal judge in Michigan is ordering a new trial for two men who are accused of plotting to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Chief U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker on Thursday ordered the new trial for Adam Fox and Barry Croft after a jury declared a mistrial on charges against them, according to Fox 17. Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta, two other men charged with similar crimes, had a jury dismiss their charges because of a lack of evidence presented.

The defense attorneys for Fox and Croft argued in court that the charges against them should be dropped since Harris and Caserta’s charges were dismissed.

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

Governor Demands All Washington State Employees be Subject to COVID Vaccine, Booster Requirements in Perpetuity

Washington’s Democrat Governor Jay Inslee issued a directive Thursday making Covid vaccines & boosters a permanent condition of employment for state workers in executive and small cabinet agencies. The new directive is stricter than many healthcare facilities and sparked concerns that it may cause more staffing shortages, especially for first responders and transportation employees.

[Comment: What about my body, my choice?]

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

Homeless Population Hits Record High in Newsom’s California Capital: Report

A new report shows that the homeless population in Sacramento, California is growing, with more people than ever living without shelter.

California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom, who once referred to himself as the “homeless czar,” recently introduced a plan to house people across the state, but it only covers a fraction of what’s needed.

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

Ivy League Study on Boosters, COVID ‘Rebounds’ Fuel Skepticism of Federal Narratives

As the nation’s most powerful and twice-boosted infectious disease doctor battles a COVID-19 “rebound” two weeks after testing positive, new research from the public health schools at Harvard and Yale suggests the boosted fared worse against the first Omicron subvariant than the non-boosted.

The FDA is so alarmed by the “waning effectiveness” of boosters, whose formulation is still based on the ancestral Wuhan strain, that it asked manufacturers Thursday to add a “spike protein component” from the fourth and fifth Omicron subvariants to this fall’s boosters.

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

Los Angeles County DA George Gascon Plea to Supporters on Recall: They Will ‘Reverse Our Progress’

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon is making a plea to supporters to fight back against a recall attempt to oust him from office as his opponents edge closer to bringing the matter before voters.

In a fundraising message, Gascon called the recall a political power grab that is attempting to “circumvent the democratic process.”

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

New Orleans Could Become Murder Capital of US Under Mayor Latoya Cantrell

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s city could be on its way to record-setting crime as violence plagues blue cities nationwide.

She is the latest to follow the pattern of Democratic leadership laid out by mayors like Eric Adams of New York, Lori Lightfoot of Chicago, Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles and Muriel Bowser of Washington, D.C.: lingering economic troubles from strict COVID policies, homelessness and rampant crime.

Cantrell’s approval rating is at 44%, according to a June 21 Faucheux Strategies and New Orleans Crime Coalition poll among 800 city residents with a margin of error of +/— 3 percentage points.

That is almost a 20-point slip in just a single year from the same pollster.

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

Press Corps Blasts “Continued Efforts to Limit Access to the President” By the White House

The White House Press Corps has blasted “ahistoric” efforts to limit reporters’ access to Joe Biden during briefings, charging that their presence is being unprecedentedly and severely restricted without explanation.

In a joint letter to Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the Corps pointed out that this isn’t the first time complaints have been made about the practice and demanded that access, which was formerly unrestricted under other administrations, be restored.

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

Radical Environmentalists Deflate Tires of SUVs in NYC, Vow to Hit Other US Cities

A group of radical environmentalists has deflated the tires of dozens of SUVs in New York City, with plans to do the same in locations across the US.

This is the first known case of the United Kingdom-based “The Tyre Extinguishers” committing such acts in the United States.

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

Rantz: Astonishing 10,000% Increase in Catalytic Converter Theft Due to WA Democrat’s Law

Catalytic converter theft is up an astonishing 10,000% in Washington state since 2019. You can place the blame almost entirely on a Democrat-passed bill.

The theft of catalytic converters — a device that lessens the toxic pollution caused by car exhaust emission — is relatively quick and easy. Thieves slide under a vehicle, use a battery-powered saw to cut through the exhaust system, and escape. The metals in the equipment can bring in up to $300 when sold to scrap yards.

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

Rantz: Two Seattle-Area Churches Vandalized, One Story Keeps Getting Stranger

St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue wasn’t the only church to be vandalized after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. St. Anthony Parish in Renton was also targeted. Both the FBI and the Department of Justice are aware of the suspected hate crimes.

The Renton church was targeted this week. A spokesperson for the church says the campus was “covered with spray paint” and the “beautiful stained glass windows at St. Anthony’s were broken.”

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

‘Reset the Table’ is Part of the Great Reset

“Reset the Table: Meeting the Moment to Transform the U.S. Food System,”1 published by The Rockefeller Foundation July 28, 2020… was published just one month after the World Economic Forum (WEF) officially announced its plans for a “Great Reset,” and many of the contributors to the Foundation’s paper are WEF members…

On page 10, the Foundation goes so far as to declare … that by “Investing in healthy and protective diets,” Americans will be able to “thrive” …

“Reset the Table” basically describes how they intend to seize control of the food supply and the supply chain… As WEF member Henry Kissinger once said, “Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”

As for the “healthy and protective diets” the Foundation is calling for, we’ve already been told what that is. For the past several years, the WEF has been promoting the idea that we should get used to eating weeds and bugs and drinking reclaimed sewage.

As noted in a July 2021 WEF article titled, “Why We Need to Give Insects the Role They Deserve in Our Food Systems”:6

“Thanks to new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT), we are at a turning point and finally able to industrialize the breeding of insects.”

           — Hat tip: JAS [Return to headlines]
 

Texas Woman Gets Visit From Feds After Twitter Post Threatening Violence Against SCOTUS

Following a post made to Twitter threatening violence against Supreme Court justices for overturning Roe v Wade, a Texas woman received a visit from a federal agent and two police officers.

On Thursday morning at around 11:30 am, a Department of Homeland Security special agent as well as two police officers appeared at the door of Madeline Walker.

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

Thousands of Flights Cancelled as Pilots Strike Heading Into July 4 Weekend

Things aren’t looking too good for July 4 travelers this holiday weekend, as thousands of flights have been cancelled and delayed amid staffing shortages and protesting pilots.

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

Vegan Florida Mother Convicted of Starving Toddler to Death With Strict Raw Fruits, Vegetables Diet

A vegan mother is facing life in prison for murdering her 18-month-old child who starved to death on a strict raw fruit and vegetable diet.

A Florida jury convicted Sheila O’Leary, 39, on Wednesday of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter, child abuse and two counts of child neglect in the death of her son, Ezra.

Ezra weighed 17 pounds — seven pounds below average — when he died in his sleep in 2019.

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

Canada’s ArriveCAN App Introduced for COVID Could be Made Permanent, Government Suggests

In an unsurprising turn of events, comments made by Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino suggested that ArriveCAN, a controversial app required at points of entry into Canada, could become permanent. Some changes made on its website and app also suggest the same.

Speaking at an event in Windsor earlier this week, Mendocino said that the app has the potential for other uses.

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

Legacy Media Continues to Spread Misinformation About Freedom Movement

It’s a special Canada Day edition of Fake News Friday with Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner!

Thousands of Canadians are in the nation’s capital right now to take part in Freedom events in celebration of Canada Day and in recent days, a number of Conservative MPs have thrown their support behind the Freedom movement. Unfortunately, this is driving the legacy media crazy as they continue to mischaracterize and spread misinformation about the Freedom movement.

Plus, just when you thought the pandemic was over (it definitely is over), the so-called “experts” are back — and to nobody’s surprise, the legacy media is joining in on the Covid fear-mongering.

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

Man Facing Charges After Car Explodes Outside Oshawa Police Station

An 34-year-old Oshawa man is facing charges following an explosion in front of an police station Thursday evening.

Police say officers from the downtown Oshawa division, located at 77 Centre St. N., responded to a loud bang just after 8 p.m. on June 30 and discovered a vehicle in flames.

Officers were flagged down by witnesses who reported that a person “threw an incendiary device into a parked car shortly before it exploded.”

Police say a suspect was apprehended after a short foot pursuit.

There were no injuries as a result of the explosion and no damage to buildings or other vehicles.

Police say the explosive disposal unit cleared the area and that there are no other suspects and no concern for community safety.

Duy Quoc Nguyen of Oshawa faces charges including: arson causing damage to property, possession of incendiary material, unlawful possession of explosives, mischief/damage danger to life, mischief/damage property over $5,000 and driving under suspension.

He was held for a bail hearing.

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Ottawa Police Just Fined a Protester $1,130 for Writing “Free Tamara Lich” In Chalk!

I’m here in Ottawa with a team of five Rebel News reporters, covering the peaceful freedom protests on Canada Day. It’s very exciting — it has the same jubilant feeling as the January trucker convoy.

One of the peaceful protests took the form of a message, written in chalk, on the street: Free Tamara Lich. As you know, Tamara is the Metis grandma who helped lead that trucker convoy. She is currently being held in prison for the “crime” of posing for a selfie with another trucker activist. (I’m serious — that’s why she’s in jail. That’s the textbook definition of a political prisoner.)

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

Veteran James Topp Arrives in Ottawa After 4000km Protest March Across Canada

Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Veteran James Topp arrived at the National War Memorial in Ottawa Thursday evening, ending his 4000 km march across Canada.

Topp began his march at the Terry Fox Statue in Vancouver on Feb. 20 in protest of federal vaccine mandates. He briefly suspended his march to drive down to Ottawa on Jun. 22 to meet with Members of Parliament.

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

3 Million+ Innocent Private Chats Could be Handed Over to Investigators Under New EU Plans

A leaked document from the European Commission (EC), the executive branch of the European Union (EU), has revealed that the artificial intelligence (AI) it plans to use to mass surveil private chats for “grooming” content is expected to falsely flag content and forward it to EU investigators 10% of the time.

This proposed mass surveillance of online chats has been dubbed “Chat Control” and is being pushed by the EC as a way to combat child sexual abuse material (CSAM). However, in a leaked document that was obtained and published by Netzpolitik, the EC admitted that its proposed surveillance measures would result in a large amount of false flags.

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Belgium: Drug Lab Unearthed at NATO Nuclear Base

A clandestine drug laboratory has been discovered on a military base in Belgium where NATO nuclear weapons are stored. The synthetic drug Ecstasy was being mass produced on a large scale at the site.

According to the Belgian public prosecutor’s office of the province of Limburg on Tuesday, the laboratory was discovered at the Kleine Brogel base in the northern part of the country. It was then examined with the help of experts from the Federal Police of the Criminological Institute and the Civil Defense, it said.

The two arrested suspects have already been released, the prosecutor’s office said. They were not employed by the Belgian Ministry of Defense, it said. It is not known whether further investigations would be undertaken against the suspects. In addition to the Belgian Air Force, the military base is also used by the US Air Force.

Belgium notorious as drug manufacturing hotspot

According to investigators, the province of Limburg, which borders on the Netherlands, is frequently used by criminals for narcotics warehouses and drug laboratories.

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Calls for Italy’s Conservatives to Unite

Looking ahead to the 2023 Italian general elections, the leader of the right-wing “Fratelli d’Italia” (FI), Giorgia Meloni, has called on the Italian right to unite. In the recent mayoral elections last Sunday, the right-wing and conservative parties had consistently delivered sobering results and had been overtaken by the centre-left coalition.

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‘Closure of Coal Industry and Fit for 55 Would be a Disaster, ‘ Says Polish President’s Aide

EU-wide plans to close down coal mines and push through its radical environmental plan, Fit for 55, would be disastrous for the bloc’s energy security, an aide of Poland’s President Andrzej Duda has said.

Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, the former agriculture minister who is currently a presidential advisor, was interviewed by Catholic Radio Maryja. He told listeners that the EU had made a huge mistake by forcing an energy transformation that depended on Russian fossil fuels. The war in Ukraine has revealed the scale of energy dependence on Russia, with Putin exploiting the witless climate policies of Brussels radicals.

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Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU’s ‘Green’ Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland and Germany

Thousands of tractor-driving Dutch protesters came out this week to continue demonstrations against the government’s radical plan to cut nitrogen emissions by 30% — 70% as part of their ‘green’ agenda.

Farmers from the world’s 5th largest exporter of food are demanding that the Hague immediately reverse course, and have blocked the border between Holland and Germany over the rule which would lead to the closure of dozens of farms and cattle ranches.

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Germans Struggling With Support for ‘Current Thing’

Fearing energy rationing and freezing winters over their country’s support for ‘the current thing’, Germans are panic buying stoves and firewood.

Sellers are reporting a run on supply, with waiting times extending to a year.

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Polish PM Morawiecki Under Fire for Accepting EC Funding Milestones

Liberal-leaning news portal Onet.pl claimed some politicians in Poland’s ruling party are calling for the head of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, accusing him of failing to inform them of a number of conditions Poland has accepted in order to activate its operational program for Poland’s allocation of the EU’s Recovery Fund.

The Polish prime minister has publicly assured people that all indicators, objectives, and milestones were discussed and approved by the entire Council of Ministers and that all ministers know full well what these were.

But according to Onet.pl, internal government documents tell a different story.

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UK: Just Stop Oil Paintings: Climate Activists Glue Themselves to Art by Van Gogh, Turner

Climate extremists from the Just Stop Oil group have glued themselves to artworks by Vincent van Gogh and William Turner, to blackmail the government into halting fossil fuel projects.

“Sorry everybody, we don’t wanna be doing this, we’re here glued to this painting, this beautiful painting, because we’re terrified for our future,” explained one of the protesters, apparently male, in a video published on social media by TalkTV showing him and a comrade glued to van Gogh’s Peach Trees In Blossom in London’s Courtauld Gallery.

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‘Welcome to the New Eco-Socialism’ Populist MEP Slams Fossil Fuel Car Ban

The EU’s announcement on Wednesday that it will ban the sale of new fossil fuel cars bloc-wide by 2035 has been slammed by a populist MEP, who has argued it will cause “suffering” for “hundreds of thousands”.

A ban on new fossil fuel cars due to come into force by 2035 across the EU has been lambasted by a populist elected representative within the European parliament, who has argued that it will harm “hundreds of thousands of workers “ while making the bloc even more reliant on “autocratically led” regimes.

Dr. Sylvia Limmer, the environment spokesman for the populist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party’s delegation within the European Parliament, also expressed concern that the agreed ban will come up against the hard reality of material shortages.

“The car as we know it is history with [Wednesday’s] vote in the EU Parliament,” Dr. Limmer said in a statement on the agreed ban given by AfD to Breitbart Europe.

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Friday, July 1. Russia’s War on Ukraine: News and Information From Ukraine

Dispatches from Ukraine, provided by Forbes Ukraine’s editorial team.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. Forbes Ukraine’s reporters gather information and provide updates on the situation.

Friday, July 1. Day 128.

Odessa. According to the Security Service of Ukraine, a Russian rocket strike on Odessa region has resulted in the destruction of a residential building and a resort facility, leading to 19 deaths and 38 injuries.

Lysychansk. According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Russian forces are shelling the city of Lysychansk with artillery, as well as continuing their assault on the city’s outskirts. Russian forces continue their attempts to take over the strategically important Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway.

Mykolaiv. The Governor of Mykolaiv region, Vitaliy Kim, reports that 12 rockets have been launched at the city of Mykolaiv by the Russian forces. No casualties have been reported.

OSCE Chairman-in-Office—Foreign Minister of Poland, Zbigniew Rau—and OSCE Secretary General, Helga Maria Schmid, have announced that the office of the OSCE Project co-ordinator in Ukraine will be closed following a veto by the Russian Federation on the extension of the co-ordinator’s mandate. This comes after Russia repeatedly accused OSCE of having a pro-Ukrainian bias.

According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine has filed an accusation with the International Court of Justice accusing Russia of breaking the Genocide Convention. Kuleba accused Russia of “justifying its aggression with a false pretext of a ‘genocide’ that never was,” as well as calling the filing a “Critical step to hold Russia accountable and make Russia pay for the harm it has inflicted.”

The Ukrainian government has requested Turkey detain a ship flying a Russian flag that could be carrying stolen grain. The cargo ship, Zhibek Zholy, has left the port of the Russian-occupied city of Berdyansk with 4,500 tons of grain on board, leading to a claim by the Ukrainian government that the grain was illegally taken. The Ukrainian prosecutor general’s office asked Turkey to “conduct an inspection of this sea vessel, seize samples of grain for forensic examination and demand information on the location of such grain,” adding that Ukraine was ready to conduct a joint investigation with Turkish authorities.

The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has announced that it received a grant of €1 billion from the German government. According to the Ministry, the funds will be used to finance priority budget expenditures.

IEA Executive Director Faith Birol reports that June 2022 has been the first month in the bloc’s history in which the EU has imported more gas via LNG from the US than via pipeline from Russia. This announcement follows steep cuts in supply by the government-owned Russian energy corporation Gazprom, which it justified by claiming that sanctions have made it difficult to conduct maintenance on the pipelines.

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Prominent Neo-Nazi Who Wants to Destroy America Pledges Support for Ukraine

James Mason, the advisor to and inspiration of the international terrorist group known as AtomWaffen division (AWD), has come out in support of the neo-nazi Ukrainian military, naturally…

AtomWaffen believes that by committing acts of terrorism on specific targets, such as the power grid, they could bring the United States into a state of separation, ultimately devolving into civil war, a state where groups such as AtomWaffen could then seize power…

Interestingly, as pagan neo-nazis from around the world continue to show their support for Ukraine in its war against Russia, they are joined by strange bedfellows.

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India Gives Twitter Days to Comply With Censorship Demands

India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) sent a notice to Twitter giving them “one last opportunity” to comply with content takedown notices by July 4 or risk losing immunity as an intermediary, which would open them up to lawsuits.

Last year, India passed the IT Act, which requires, among other things, for social media platforms, aka intermediaries, to comply with takedown notices from the government and employ a chief compliance officer, a grievance officer, and a nodal contact person in the country.

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‘Biggest Mistake of the Century’ — Britain’s Hong Kong Handover 25 Years Ago to Beijing Marked the ‘Beginning of the End’

Marking the “beginning of the end”, 25 years ago Britain’s Union Jack flag was lowered at the Government House in Central Hong Kong for the final time, replaced with the yellow and red of the Chinese Communist regime in Beijing.

While British Hong Kong once served as a place of refuge for those fleeing communism and repression of mainland China, today, many of the pro-democracy campaigners, who rose to prominence in the Umbrella movement of 2014-15 and the protests against the imposition of Beijing’s so-called national security law in 2019-20 have either fled the city or are in jail.

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Australian Appliance Retailer Hit With Complaints Over Invasive Facial Recognition Tech

The Good Guys, Australia’s second-largest home appliance chain, paused the trial of a facial recognition system it had rolled out in some of its stores after a consumer group filed a complaint with the federal privacy regulator, according to a report by Reuters.

On June 27, consumer group CHOICE filed a complaint with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) about the use of an intrusive facial recognition system by The Good Guys.

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Payments Company MasterCard Wants to be a Digital ID Provider

Financial services provider Mastercard has earned one of three accreditations under Australia’s Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF). The accreditation is a major step by the company which aims to be a TDIF accredited identity provider, exchange, and credential provider.

The move is part of a big push to implement digital IDs.

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Rumours of ‘Kill List’ Terrorise NSW Town After Two Teens Allegedly Stabbed to Death in Weeks

Rumours of a horrific “kill list” are swirling through a small country town after two teens were allegedly stabbed to death within weeks of each other.

Fears are mounting that teenagers in a small NSW town are being deliberately targeted by a sick “kill list” after two young people were killed in horrific stabbing attacks within weeks.

On June 25, emergency services rushed to a home on McDougall Street in Casino, in the state’s Northern Rivers region, after a 17-year-old boy was stabbed in an allegedly “targeted attack”.

Tragically, the teen died at the scene despite frantic efforts to save him.

“Initial inquiries suggest the incident is targeted,” NSW Police said in a statement at the time.

The victim has since been identified as local teen Ned Gronow, with his shattered siblings describing their “baby brother” in a GoFundMe page as “the extended younger brother for so many in town, loved by all”.

Fellow Casino teen Rayne William Aylward, 18, has since been charged with murder, with police alleging he visited the home before Mr Gronow’s death — the second teen stabbing murder to rock the small community of just 11,000 residents within weeks…

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Arizona Gov. Ducey Approves Record $500 Million-Plus on Border Security Protection for State

Arizona GOP Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation that will ensure over $550 million in spending to protect his state from problems related to immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border, which he blames on the Biden administration.

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As Airports Descent Into Chaos, Germany’s Left-Wing Government Pushes Controversial Plan to Bring in Foreign Workers

Germany’s left-wing government plans to bring thousands of foreign workers from countries like Turkey in order to deal with travel chaos at a number of German airports, but critics of the proposal say local workers and migrants already in Germany should be used; they also point to potential security risks.

The situation at Germany’s airports remains tense, and according to Airport Association (ADV), there is a manpower shortage totaling 5,500 employees. Many of these employees, who worked in baggage-handling and other support positions, left during the pandemic and have no plans to come back.

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Coinbase Reportedly Shares Data With ICE

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is allegedly selling user data obtained through its analytics program Coinbase Tracer to the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The data includes “historical geo-tracking data” as well as transactional history, according to a contract obtained by Tech Inquiry.

[Comment: Good. This is to fight people trafficking.]

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France: Elderly Man Returns From Holiday to Find African Man Squatting His Home

A senior citizen returned to his apartment in France after months on holiday to discover African migrants had taken over his home, according to reports.

The 88-year-old victim recently came back to his flat in the city of Montpellier following a four-month stay in Morocco.

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Texas AG Ken Paxton Vows to Relitigate ‘Remain in Mexico’ Suit After SCOTUS Sides With Biden Admin

Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton vowed Friday to continue fighting the Biden administration’s termination of the Trump-era Remain in Mexico policy after the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the government could end the program.

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Abortion Rights Protesters Target Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s House

Agroup of abortion rights activists convened outside the home of Trump-appointed Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Thursday evening to wave signs and chant their disapproval of the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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Arizona Democrats Promote ‘F**k the 4th’ Event to ‘Mourn’ Supreme Court Abortion Decision

A local Arizona Democratic Party deleted a tweet promoting an event called “F**k the Fourth.”

The event, which the now-deleted tweet said was being hosted by the Tucson Women’s March, was promoted by the Pima County Democratic Party on Twitter.

“F**k the Fourth. See you at Reid Park,” the tweet stated.

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Breaking: TikTok Bans the Babylon Bee With No Way to Appeal

On Friday, popular satirical website The Babylon Bee was banned from TikTok, with no reason given as to why the banning occurred.

Replying to a screenshot posted to Twitter of The Babylon Bee’s now banned TikTok page, the company’s social media manager said, “the babylon bee got banned on tiktok without being given a reason and with no option to appeal.

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DeSantis Campaign Defends Florida Parental Rights Law, Fires Back at White House ‘Lie’

EXCLUSIVE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ campaign fired back at the White House Friday, with a spokesperson telling Fox News Digital that the administration “continues to lie” about Florida’s work to protect young children.

“The White House continues to lie about Florida’s work to protect children as young as five years old from sexualized lesson plans,” DeSantis campaign spokeswoman Lindsey Curnutte told Fox News Digital in an exclusive statement Friday.

“Governor DeSantis’s pro-parent education agenda stands in stark contrast to the policies coming out of Washington as Joe Biden tries to steal lunch money from our kids to push woke gender ideology. As a father of three young children, Governor DeSantis is committed to putting students first and protecting parents’ rights, and no false White House statement will change that.”

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Exclusive: Vanguard Holds ‘Family-Friendly’ Drag Queen Show With Kids, Funds Abortions and DEI Initiatives

Vanguard, one of the largest investment management companies in the world, has launched company-wide initiatives to push Pride, abortion, and DEI on employees, their families and children. With $7.2 trillion in assets under management, Vanguard is rivaled only by the infamous BlackRock.

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Facebook Flags the Babylon Bee for “False Information” Over Pregnant Ken Doll Satire

Not the Bee, satirical publication Babylon Bee’s sister website, is reporting that Facebook has yet again gone after the latter by censoring one of its videos titled, “Mattel Introduces Pregnant Ken Doll.”

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Far-Left Activists Ran Trans Surgical Clinic in Washington State Tractor Barn With Surgical Tools From eBay

It has been revealed that two trans anarchists ran a secret underground surgical clinic for transgender people in an old tractor barn near Olympia, Wash.

Eilis Ni Fhlannagain, a former anarchist protest medic and software developer, told The Independent that the underground surgical clinic, which ran from 2002 to 2004, was created to provide trans folks with “life saving” healthcare during an era where they faced discrimination from the medical community, and surgeries were limited.

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French Judges to Decide Whether Trans-Men Eligible for Artificial Insemination

French judges of the Constitutional Council are expected to rule on whether or not a person who has transitioned from female to male will be eligible for medically assisted reproduction, which is often covered by French health insurance.

The Constitutional Council, which is based in Paris, is expected to come to a decision on whether or not transmen qualify for medically assisted reproduction treatments on July 8th, following a hearing that took place earlier this week.

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Get Woke, Go Broke (Literally)

I know ‘get woke, go broke’ has become a bit of a boomer cliché.

But we’ve just witnessed one of the most glaring examples of it ever.

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Jordan Peterson: I’d Rather Die Than Delete Truthful Tweet for Cancel Creeps

By Jordan Peterson

A few days ago, I penned an irritated tweet in response to one of the latest happenings on the increasingly heated culture war front in response to the decision of an actress (actor) named Ellen (Elliot) Page. I am employing this awkward and impossible multiple-naming style because it is now apparently mandatory — and probably doing it wrong, nonetheless, as “you’re doing it wrong” is the whole point of what has been made mandatory — but also to make a point.

I have essentially been banned from Twitter as a consequence. I say banned, although technically I have been suspended. But the suspension will not be lifted unless I delete the “hateful” tweet in question, and I would rather die than do that. And hopefully it will not come to that, although who the hell knows in these increasingly strange days?

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New Disney Show Accused of Indoctrinating Kids to Think That Men, Too, Can Get a Period

Authored by Bill Pan via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours)

The Walt Disney Company, which recently sparked controversy for inserting radical sex and gender ideology into its children’s programs, has come under scrutiny again after a clip from the new series “Baymax!” showed the namesake nurse robot taking advice on menstrual products from a transgender person.

The video was obtained and shared by conservative author and filmmaker Christopher Rufo. Earlier this year, Rufo publicized video footage of an internal company call, in which Disney executives discussed the company’s “not-at-all secret gay agenda,” including a push for more LGBT cartoon characters.

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‘Permanent Male Sterilization’: Vasectomies Soar After SCOTUS Overturns Roe

Younger men who either don’t want or fear having children, no longer confident that the women in their life can abort their babies because of the SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v. Wade, are surging in their desire for vasectomies.

Urologists and staff at medical offices around the country have noticed an increase in demand for vasectomies.

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Poll Shows American Belief in Transgender Ideology is Falling

Despite its relentless promotion in virtually every sector of society, belief in the reality of trans ideology is falling amongst Americans, a new poll shows.

The survey, conducted by Pew Research, found that only 38% of Americans believe biological sex does not determine whether someone is a man or a woman.

The poll, which involved more than 10,000 participants, found that 60% thought biological sex determined gender.

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Seattle Preacher Arrested During Pride Event Says ‘Crime’ Was Reading Bible in Park

A Seattle street preacher says he was arrested for simply reading his Bible at a public park near a Seattle Gay Pride event.

Matthew Meinecke was surrounded by Seattle police officers and taken to the police station, where he was fingerprinted before being released.

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Toronto Police Cause Confusion With Post About Missing ‘Woman’ With a Goatee

Toronto Police caused confusion on Twitter after posting about a missing ‘woman’ despite the accompanying picture showing a biological male with a goatee.

“News Release — Missing Woman, Ryerson Avenue and Bathurst Street area, Isobella Degrace, 27,” stated the Twitter post.

“She is described as 5’10”, with a thin build, shaggy blonde hair, and a full goatee,” the Toronto Police Service said. “She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt and grey pants.”

Apparently, observing Canada’s gender identification rules is more important than accurately describing a missing person.

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9 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/1/2022

    • Perhaps it is fertilizer run off or seepage into ground water Perhaps an excuse to force farmers out to grab their land for housing.

  1. @ Baron

    Re: “The U.S. Army issued a directive that requires all members of the National Guard and Reserves to comply with its ‘vaccine’ mandate.”

    SARS-Co-19 is no longer endemic and isn’t dangerous to the readiness or fitness of the army…. so what’s really going on here?

    If I can just find my tin-foal hat around here someplace, it sure looks like a conspiracy to weaken the military, by actor or actors unknown, but one of whom is probably the People’s Republic of China. You know, Biden’s good pal and probable employer, Xi Xinping and company!

    It is an open secret that the so-called vaccines have proven highly dangerous to young and otherwise healthy people who take them. Dramatic increases in myocarditis, an illness almost unknown among the healthy young, lethal and sudden-onset clotting disorders, immune system damage and HIV-like symptoms, and more… these are just some of the effects seen in similar populations. Not to mention young people in the prime of life dropping dead in the midst of athletic events or immediately afterward.

    Cui Bono… who benefits from forcing the “clot shot” and “death vaxx” upon our military personnel? The only answer which makes sense is our enemies.

    The fact that the Army Chief of Staff is apparently on board with this agenda makes me wonder who he works for also. What about the head of AMEDD, Army Medical Command? That general ought to be sounding the alarm, but there’s nothing but crickets to be heard. What gives? The rot and corruption are deep.

    If there explanation which makes better sense of these data points, I’m open to changing my mind, but thus far, this is the model which fits best. The old adage says never attribute to malice what can be explained by stupidity, but that adage is not correct in all times and places, and this may be one of those instances.

  2. Baron, can you look into the future?

    COVID-119 ?

    So it is true. COVID will stay with us for the next century.

  3. Burned Koran – driven off E6

    Published 2 July 2022 at 20.39

    EXCERPT. Lars Thorsen, leader of the Norwegian Islam-critical movement Sian, was today run off the highway and flipped his car. Before the incident, Thorsen had been burning a Koran – and police believe the collision was deliberate, Verdens Gang reports.

    Lars Thorsen and four other people were travelling in the car that was run off the E6 at Mortensrud on Saturday afternoon.

    “We have every reason to believe that the Sian car was hit deliberately, causing it to run off the road and end up upside down,” Oslo police say.

    The reason for the suspicion is that during the day Sian burned a Koran in the Osl area.

    Woman arrested
    The driver of the car, a woman, has been arrested on suspicion of a serious violent offence.

    Norwegian media have published a film showing the incident. The video was recorded by the anti-immigration Alternative Media, which followed the Sian car after the Koran burning.

    The five people in the car have been treated, but no one is reported to be seriously injured.

  4. Bernard Shaw said that the greatest question asked over the last two thousand years was when the Roman soldier asked Jesus what was the truth.

    Today we have another equally great question: A hijabbed muslima whom we have bent over backwards to install them as our caliphate masters, asked a question when qurans are being burnt in Scandinavia: she asked if you burn the Koran then why did you invite us here and hate us so much.

    After 9/11 some Americans also wondered “why they hate us so much?”

  5. If one is going to collapse a society, you not only render the military incapable of action, you also hit the employees of local and state governments.

    Whilst the majority of the local and state government workers are incompetent, there are enough of them to make a local community and state function from day-to-day. But if you depopulate these employees, suddenly that smooth functioning become a memory. Chaos naturally ensues.

    Who knows, perhaps clearing out this mass of deadwood (and the unfortunate functioning employees) and hiring new pure-blood might do good wonders for local governmental efficiencies?

    It’s all too ghastly to fully contemplate. We all thought mass genocide ended 75+ years ago. What kind of deranged lunatic would bring it back in the 21st century?

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