Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/26/2022

The chairman of the German paper manufacturers’ trade association warned that the country will experience a shortage of toilet paper as a consequence of the gas shortage. Meanwhile, German Minister of Food and Agriculture Cem Özdemir said that a meat tax should be imposed on consumers to discourage the eating of meat.

In other news, two African migrants were arrested for raping a woman on the street in Paris.

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

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Financial Crisis
» Google App Update Reveals Future Digital ID Features
» Shock: Germany and France in a World of Hurt as Power Prices Hit Fresh Records, Gas Price Up Over 1,200%
» Student Debt Forgiveness Could Cost Taxpayers Up to $980 Billion
» UK Energy Crisis Could be Worse Than 2008 Financial Collapse
» UK: Energy Crisis: Kindergarten Tells Kids to Wear More Clothes as Heating Too Expensive
 
USA
» 79% Say ‘Truthful’ Coverage of Hunter Biden’s Laptop Would Have Changed 2020 Election
» Ambulance Explosion at Adventist Hospital Kills Patient
» Biden’s Job Approval Improves But 53% Still Think He’s Doing a Bad Job: Poll
» Breaking: DeSantis Suspends School Board Members for ‘Incompetence, Neglect of Duty’ Over Parkland Shooting
» Community College Sued After Banning Flyers Critical of Socialism
» FBI Raid Boosts Trump’s Chances of Winning Republican Nomination
» Federal Court Strikes Down Texas Ban on Young Adults Carrying Guns in Public
» Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Bans ESG ‘Agenda’ From State Pension Investments
» GOP Demands FBI Agents be Grilled on False Biden Family ‘Russian Disinformation’ Assertions
» How Shaun King and PACs Spent Over $500K of Social Justice Donations to Fight ‘Poisonous’ Libel Suit
» Interview: Naomi Wolf on CDC-Coordinated Twitter Suspension and COVID Vaccine Danger
» Lois Lerner Accomplice Selected to Run New IRS Centralized Office for 87,000 Agents
» Man Charged With Shooting 8 in Detroit in ‘Confused State of Mind, ‘ Attorney Says
» Portlanders Fear Downtown and Their Own Neighborhoods Due to Crime: Poll
» Shooting of Tow-Truck Driver in South Bay Prompts Hours-Long SWAT Standoff at Apartment Complex
» Steve Bannon Issues an Emergency Message Concerning Alex Jones and the Future of the World
» The (Heavily Redacted) Trump Search Warrant Affidavit Has Been Released
» TikTok Car Theft Challenge: Chicago Area Sees 767% Increase in Hyundai, KIA Thefts
» Uvalde Shooting Billboard Causing Controversy in San Francisco
» Video: WH Press Secretary Refuses to Answer Question ‘What is Semi-Fascism?’
» Videos: Reporters Grill WH Press SEC. Over Total Lack of Details on Loan Forgiveness Costs
» Watch: Biden Promises ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban if Democrats Keep Control of Congress
 
Canada
» Alberta Catholic Church Burns to the Ground in ‘Suspicious’ Incident
» Freedom Activist Released Following Peaceful Protest Outside RCMP Detachment
» Monstrosity Burger Forced to Temporarily Close Due to Nearly $100k in COVID Fines
» Ontario Workers File Legal Action Against City of Windsor for Breach of Charter Rights
» Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes Interrupted Mid-Show, Sparks Theories
 
Europe and the EU
» “Doomsday Scenario” — 70 Percent of British Pubs May Not Survive Winter as Power Costs Skyrocket
» Air Pollution Caused by War in Ukraine Reaches Poland
» Climate Propaganda Exposed by Critical Scientists and Citizens
» Germans Warned Energy Crisis Will Create Toilet Paper Shortage
» Germany Should Have a Meat Tax, Says Green Party Food Minister While Criticizing Germans’ Eating Habits
» ‘Save Our Statues’ Fact-Checks ‘Fake History’ Plaques Defaming Historic Britons
» Science Journal Makes New Announcement About Its Right to Censor
» Spain Wants Women to Go Topless to ‘Fight Discrimination’
» Terrifying Moment Van Drives Into Café Terrace in Brussels ‘At Extremely High Speed’, Injuring Six People Before Driver Flees the Scene
» UK: Just Stop Oil: Protesters Deny Damaging Van Gogh Painting
» UK: London Petrol Stations Damaged by Anti-Oil Protesters
» UK: University Issues ‘Trigger Warning’ For Mark Twain’s ‘Huckleberry Finn’
 
Russia
» Belarus: Lukshenko Government Destroyed Another Polish WWII-Era Cemetery
 
Far East
» Worm ‘Burgers’ Could Solve World Hunger, Scientists Claim
 
Immigration
» At Least 300,000 Non-European Migrants Among ‘Ukrainian’ Refugees: UN
» Build a Wall: Greece to Extend Turkish Border Barrier Across Across Entire Frontier
» France: African Migrants Arrested for Raping Woman on Paris Street
» In Sweden, Rape Capital of Europe, Women Can’t Carry Pepper Spray; Academics Can’t Reveal Rapists’ Ethnicity
» Leftist Chancellor: ‘Borders and Hearts’ of Germany Will ‘Remain Open’ Despite Gas Chaos
» Mocking the Thousands of Victims of Imported Crime: Merkel Awarded Peace Prize
» Moroccan Driver Who Killed 9-Year-Old Boy Arrested While Fleeing at French Airport
» NYC Will Now House Growing Influx of Migrants Arriving in Buses From Texas in 14 Hotels Across the Big Apple…
» Sweden Does Not Want ‘Somali-Towns,’ Says Country’s Socialist PM in Desperate Attempt to Stop Surging Anti-Immigration Party Before September Election
» Texas Trooper Arrests Mexican Man Illegally in US for Traffic Violation, Warrant on Sexual Contact With Child
» UK: Asylum Seekers Will be Sent to Provincial Towns and Cities Under New Immigration Rules as Priti Patel Removes Councils’ Veto Power
» UK: Cost of Asylum Seekers Tops £2 Billion a Year Amid Record Waves of Illegal Boat Migrants
» UK: Nearly 3,000 Migrants Crossed the Channel in Four Days Bringing Total So Far This Year to 24,231 — Almost Double the Number That Landed on UK Shores by This Time Last Year
» Welcome to Britain! Albanian Migrants Pose for Pictures in Front of the London Eye as They Boast of Trips to the Capital’s Landmarks Just Days After Crossing the Channel by Small Boats
» World Heavyweight Champ Tyson Fury Speaks Out
 
Culture Wars
» Andrew Tate Joins Rumble After Big Tech Deplatforming, Will Post Exclusive Content
» DuckDuckGo’s Email Privacy Forwarding Feature is Now Open to All
» Lofi Girl Joins Rumble After YouTube’s Poor Handling of Abusive Copyright Strikes
» Mainstream Media Outlets Disingenuously Claim ‘She-Hulk’ Review Bombed by Angry Male Fans Despite Series Having More False Positive Reviews Than Negative
» North Carolina Gay Pride Event Slammed Over Video of Young Child on Stripper Pole
 

Google App Update Reveals Future Digital ID Features

Google Wallet, which was launched in May to replace Google Pay, is now available in six new countries: South Africa, Qatar, Iceland, Serbia, Moldova, and Azerbaijan, and new changes to the app have given some indication to future technology that Google could be planning to implement — that of supporting digital IDs.

Users in these countries can add their payment cards to Google Wallet, which will allow them to make contactless payments using their Android and WearOS devices.

Google Wallet not only supports contactless payments but also, in theory, digital IDs, health passes, and more.

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

Shock: Germany and France in a World of Hurt as Power Prices Hit Fresh Records, Gas Price Up Over 1,200%

Following Russia announcing it was planning on closing Nord Stream 1 for three days for maintenance in August, gas and electricity prices have continued soaring higher in Europe, with electricity prices hitting fresh records for Germany and France.

In Germany, electricity futures for next year jumped to an all-time high of €800 a megawatt-hour. European gas future prices have also hit a record, closing at €318 yesterday. Although they reached up to €345 in March, that was an intraday record, and did not close at that price.

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

Student Debt Forgiveness Could Cost Taxpayers Up to $980 Billion

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced that he was canceling up to $10,000 in student loan debt, and up to $20,000 for borrowers who received Pell Grants, a move that will reportedly cost taxpayers somewhere between $300 billion and $980 billion over the next 10 years.

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

UK Energy Crisis Could be Worse Than 2008 Financial Collapse

The severity of the UK’s energy crisis in terms of its impact on households could be worse than the 2008 financial collapse, according to Bloomberg.

A report citing data from the consultancy Baringa Partners warns that the soaring cost of electricity and gas bills would imperil the financial security of millions of households.

“The impact to society will be higher than the 2008 crash in terms of the impact on households,” James Cooper, a partner at Baringa, told Bloomberg.

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

UK: Energy Crisis: Kindergarten Tells Kids to Wear More Clothes as Heating Too Expensive

At least one kindergarten in the United Kingdom has told children to wear more clothes to keep warm, as the business itself cannot afford to keep the heating on constantly.

A kindergarten in the United Kingdom has told children to wear more clothes to stay warm due to the fact that it reportedly cannot afford to heat its premises for the entire day.

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

79% Say ‘Truthful’ Coverage of Hunter Biden’s Laptop Would Have Changed 2020 Election

Nearly four of five Americans who’ve been following the Hunter Biden laptop scandal believe that “truthful” coverage would have changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, according to a new poll.

A similar percentage also said they’re convinced that information on the computer is real, with just 11% saying they thought it was “created by Russia,” according to the survey conducted by the New Jersey-based Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics.

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

Ambulance Explosion at Adventist Hospital Kills Patient

“Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a deadly fire and explosion inside of an ambulance that had just arrived at Adventist Health Castle in Kailua, [Hawaii], Wednesday night [August 24],” according to KITV news.

EMS reported that “a 91-year-old man was killed and a paramedic suffered critical injuries when the ambulance caught fire at the hospital. Both the patient and paramedic were riding in the back of the ambulance at the time of the incident.”

“We had an ambulance tonight for reasons we don’t understand catch on fire, possibly explode, prior to entering the hospital,” Honolulu Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Director Dr. Jim Ireland said, not long after the incident happened. “We’re all just very concerned about our team and the patient that lost their life.”

“Please keep our Paramedic in your thoughts. We are praying he makes a full recovery and know he’s in the best care with the talented team at the Straub Burn Unit,” Ireland said.

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Biden’s Job Approval Improves But 53% Still Think He’s Doing a Bad Job: Poll

President Biden’s approval rating climbed to its highest level in a year — after sinking to a historic low a month ago — but still less than half of Americans think he’s doing a good job, a new poll shows.

According to the latest Gallup poll released Thursday, 44% of US adults approve of the Democrat’s work, compared to 53% who do not have a favorable opinion of him.

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

Breaking: DeSantis Suspends School Board Members for ‘Incompetence, Neglect of Duty’ Over Parkland Shooting

On Friday, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that he would be suspending four members of the Broward County School Board for their “incompetence, neglect of duty, and misuse of authority” at Marjory Stonemason Douglass High School.

In a press release, the governor’s office stated that Patricia Good, Donna Korn, Ann Murray and Laurie Rich Levinson had been suspended following the recommendations of the Twentieth Statewide Grand Jury. DeSantis has been particularly active in education, going as far as endorsing school board members in their races across the state, and enacting laws on curriculum transparency and parental rights.

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

Community College Sued After Banning Flyers Critical of Socialism

Three students sued their California community college for its ban on flyers expressing political views and another restrictive student expression policy.

Alejandro Flores, Daniel Flores and Juliette Colunga, founding members of Young Americans for Freedom at Clovis Community College in California, sued administrators to stop a ban on content considered “inappropriate or offensive,” according to the federal complaint.

“Administrators of public colleges cannot ban a student group’s flyers because some found the message inappropriate or offensive,” according to the August 11 complaint, which was filed with the representation of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Expression. Defendants include three administrators at Clovis, including President Lori Bennett.

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

FBI Raid Boosts Trump’s Chances of Winning Republican Nomination

The FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate has significantly boosted his chances of winning the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election, a new poll shows.

Earlier this month, Federal agents searched Trump’s Florida home ostensibly to recover classified documents, although the incident was widely seen as politically motivated effort to prevent Trump from running for office again.

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

Federal Court Strikes Down Texas Ban on Young Adults Carrying Guns in Public

Authored by Matthew Vadum via The Epoch Times

A federal judge has struck down a Texas law preventing individuals aged 18 to 20 years from carrying handguns in public, in the first major court ruling on Second Amendment rights since the Supreme Court recognized a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense.

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

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Bans ESG ‘Agenda’ From State Pension Investments

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has banned the state’s pension funds from considering so-called environmental, social and governance standards — known as “ESG” — when making investments for retirees.

DeSantis, who has frequently blasted businesses for engaging in “woke” politics, is chairman of Florida’s three-member State Board of Administration and had personally backed a resolution imposing the ban that was passed on Tuesday.

The resolution directs fund managers to instead invest state resources in a way that “prioritizes the highest return on investment” without considering what DeSantis described as the “ideological agenda” of ESG guidelines.

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

GOP Demands FBI Agents be Grilled on False Biden Family ‘Russian Disinformation’ Assertions

Republicans in the Senate are demanding that two FBI agents be questioned under oath about their role in a shady briefing about ‘Russian disinformation’ that took place in August 2020 as the GOP attempted to investigate Biden family dealings.

Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) sent a letter to the two FBI agents Thursday, charging that their briefing at the time was “unnecessary and was only done because of pressure from our Democratic colleagues, including Democratic Leadership, to falsely attack our Biden investigation as advancing Russian disinformation.”

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

How Shaun King and PACs Spent Over $500K of Social Justice Donations to Fight ‘Poisonous’ Libel Suit

Two criminal justice PACs founded by Shaun King have spent more than half a million dollars in donations to pay for legal fees in a defamation case, public records show.

Activist King and a group he founded, Real Justice PAC, are both being sued by Carlos Vega, a former Philadelphia prosecutor who lost a Democratic primary race against the city’s progressive District Attorney Lawrence Krasner in May 2021. Vega accused King of spreading “false statements” about his 35-year law enforcement career to his millions of social media followers in order to get Krasner re-elected.

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

Interview: Naomi Wolf on CDC-Coordinated Twitter Suspension and COVID Vaccine Danger

Wolf spent her career as a darling of the liberal corporate media. This was until very recently, about two years ago, when Wolf began to question the narrative surrounding COVID-19.

Since then, her mainstream media coverage has been smear piece after smear piece. Wolf’s new book The Bodies of Others is filled with clear-eyed, sober insights on the workings of the new public health regime. Where it came from, what it’s done, and where it’s going.

I traveled to the mountains of upstate New York to talk to her about the lockdowns, the vaccines, big tech, and censorship.

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

Lois Lerner Accomplice Selected to Run New IRS Centralized Office for 87,000 Agents

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will reportedly be establishing a centralized office in which a majority of the new 87,000 IRS agents will implement new provisions of the tax and spending bill signed by President Joe Biden last week.

The woman who will head the office, Nikole Flax, was among those IRS agents who claimed, along with Lois Lerner, that her computer crashed, erasing correspondence that Congress asked for as they sought to uncover an IRS scheme targeting conservative political groups.

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

Man Charged With Shooting 8 in Detroit in ‘Confused State of Mind, ‘ Attorney Says

Detroit — A man charged with killing two people and wounding six others in July is “in a confused state of mind,” his attorney said Friday.

Winston Kirtley Jr., 36, refused to put on clothes and attend a hearing Friday in Detroit’s 36th District Court, a Wayne County Jail employee said during the virtual hearing.

Kirtley is accused of shooting eight people, two fatally, with a rifle July 31 after an argument over parking escalated, police said. Toyake Thirkeild, 39, and Andre Willis, 38, died.

Kirtley’s attorney James Schlaff said Friday during the hearing Kirtley was not very responsive with him during his first visit. When he went to talk to Kirtley again Thursday, the defendant was on the psychiatric floor of the jail and was “very much in a confused state of mind as well as very aggressive.”

“Based on my interview with him and his past psychiatric history, I would state to court that I don’t believe he understands the charges against him or is able to aid his attorney in his defense,” Schlaff said.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Portlanders Fear Downtown and Their Own Neighborhoods Due to Crime: Poll

A new study has revealed that Portlanders are avoiding their own downtown area, and are even terrified of their own neighborhoods.

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley used GPS location data from 18 million cellphones to see how many people were returning to businesses, bars, and restaurants in 62 downtowns around the county and compared activity from before 2019 to activity from March through May of 2022.

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

Shooting of Tow-Truck Driver in South Bay Prompts Hours-Long SWAT Standoff at Apartment Complex

The driver was repossessing a car when he was confronted and shot about 1 a.m. police said

SAN DIEGO — A tow-truck driver was shot in an arm as he tried to repossess a car in South Bay early Friday, prompting an hours-long standoff at an apartment complex, San Diego police said.

The incident occurred about 1 a.m. as the driver started to tow the car from a large complex near the intersection of Palm Avenue and Hollister Street in San Diego’s Palm City neighborhood, Officer David O’Brien said.

A group of people confronted the driver, and the woman with some sort of ties to the car pulled out a gun and shot the tow-truck driver, O’Brien said.

The group retreated into the complex. The driver fled and called 911.

SWAT officers responded and surrounded the building. A standoff ensued.

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Steve Bannon Issues an Emergency Message Concerning Alex Jones and the Future of the World

Citizens and Patriots,

The Davos Elite—what I refer to as ‘The Party of Davos’ focus on taking your Freedom by taking away your Power. Their objective is to concentrate this Power in the hands of a select group of financiers, corporatists, bureaucrats, and scientists who they believe, as an article of faith, can do a better job ‘managing’ society.

This requires a totalitarian collaboration between Capital, Corporations, and The Administrative State—the same model of Tojo, Mussolini, Hitler—and the CCP. We cannot and will not allow that to happen.

One of the greatest fighters in this struggle against the World Economic Forum’s Master Plan as outlined by Klaus Schwab is the man I call the “I-Corps Commander “—the Information Corps—the tenacious, brilliant, irascible General Patton of our era—Alex Jones of Texas.

I was blown away by his new book, The Great Reset: And the War for the World released 30 August in the Year of Our Lord 2022.

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

The (Heavily Redacted) Trump Search Warrant Affidavit Has Been Released

Authored by Techno Fog via The Reactionary (emphasis ours)

The DOJ just released the affidavit submitted in support of the search warrant of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.

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

TikTok Car Theft Challenge: Chicago Area Sees 767% Increase in Hyundai, KIA Thefts

A car theft challenge going viral on TikTok and other social media apps has led to a 767% increase in Hyundai and Kia vehicle thefts in the Chicago area since the beginning of July compared to last year, according to authorities.

TikTok users are posting videos under the hashtag “Kia Boyz,” teaching people how to start Kia or Hyundai vehicles without keys, using the tip of a phone charger or USB cable, prompting juveniles across the country to try and steal those vehicles.

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

Uvalde Shooting Billboard Causing Controversy in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — The Uvalde school massacre is now being used as a reason for people not to move to Texas.

A new billboard in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood proclaims: “The Texas miracle died in Uvalde. Don’t move to Texas.”

The billboard is being criticized on social media for using the Uvalde tragedy as a political tool, encouraging Californians to stay here instead of moving to Texas.

The company that leased it did not return our request for information on who purchased the ads.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Video: WH Press Secretary Refuses to Answer Question ‘What is Semi-Fascism?’

After Joe Biden declared that so called MAGA Republicans are “semi-fascists” and “a threat to our democracy,” and charged that they “embrace political violence,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to explain what Biden meant.

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

Videos: Reporters Grill WH Press SEC. Over Total Lack of Details on Loan Forgiveness Costs

Remarkable scenes unfolded at the White House Thursday as reporters demanded to know how on earth the Biden administration can say its student loan forgiveness plan is fiscally responsible when they cannot give any details on costs or who is paying for it and how.

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

Watch: Biden Promises ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban if Democrats Keep Control of Congress

President Joe Biden promised that Democrats would ban “assault weapons” if his party was in control of Congress after the midterms while at a campaign rally in Rockville, Maryland Thursday evening.

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

Alberta Catholic Church Burns to the Ground in ‘Suspicious’ Incident

On Thursday, a Catholic church in the remote northern Alberta town of Fort Chipewyan was burned to the ground in what officials have deemed to be a “suspicious” incident.

The loss of the church, which has been a fixture in Fort Chipewyan for over 100 years, has been felt throughout the community.

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

Freedom Activist Released Following Peaceful Protest Outside RCMP Detachment

Coutts border protester Alex Van Herk says the Alberta RCMP dropped a condition which would force him to end contact with his best friend and fellow protester after 200 people showed up to an RCMP detachment to protest his detainment.

On Thursday evening, True North reported that around 30-40 protesters gathered outside the RCMP detachment in Fort MacLeod, Alberta to demand Van Herk’s release. As the night went on, that crowd swelled to 200 people who protested until Van Herk was released.

“If we stand up against tyranny, we have the ability,” Van Herk told True North on Friday morning. “The power is in the people, but the people have to be there to do it.”

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

Monstrosity Burger Forced to Temporarily Close Due to Nearly $100k in COVID Fines

Today I will be bringing you an update on a story I have been covering in Winnipeg, Manitoba, regarding a restaurant that has been severely impacted by the COVID madness we have been seeing since march of 2020. Monstrosity Burger, owned by Dave and Paulina Jones, was fined over $60,000 dollars for not complying with the public health orders in September of 2021.

Thanks to our viewers we were able to crowdfund a legal team to help Dave and Paulina fight back against these unjust fines through our website at FightTheFines.com.

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

Ontario Workers File Legal Action Against City of Windsor for Breach of Charter Rights

A group of 20 former City of Windsor employees is taking legal action against the city over what they call a breach of their Charter rights.

The plaintiffs include frontline workers and first responders previously hailed as heroes by Windsor leaders.

The group is being represented by lawyer Courtney Betty who is quoted in the press release: “The Canadian Charter of Rights requires that the City of Windsor abide by the division of powers set out in the Canadian Constitution and protect the basic rights of the plaintiffs guaranteed by the Charter of Rights. On both counts the City has failed.”

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

Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes Interrupted Mid-Show, Sparks Theories

Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes is the subject of online speculation after his show was interrupted live on air Thursday night, with some people close to him claiming he was arrested.

McInnes, who left the far-right group in 2018, was seen talking to unidentified people off camera during Thursday’s live broadcast on his Censored.TV show before getting up and leaving, apparently to go with whoever was speaking to him off-screen.

“We’re shooting a show, can we do this another time?” McInnes asked. “Alright I’m happy to do that, I’ll go get a lawyer and we will sit down and have a conversation, we’ll schedule a meeting.”

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

“Doomsday Scenario” — 70 Percent of British Pubs May Not Survive Winter as Power Costs Skyrocket

A troubling survey commissioned by trade publication the Morning Advisor revealed the entire British pub industry could be on the brink of a tsunami of closures this winter if the government fails to intervene in power markets to ease cost pressures.

According to the survey, 70% of respondents say if electricity prices continue to soar, they will be unable to operate and forced to close up shop — this would dramatically alter the landscape of pubs by next spring.

More than 65% of the pubs surveyed said power costs rose more than 100%, 30% said utility costs jumped 200%, and 8% experienced 500% increases. Most pubs warned they couldn’t afford the exponential rise in energy costs.

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

Air Pollution Caused by War in Ukraine Reaches Poland

The heat wave and air pollution drifting in from Ukraine hit eastern Poland on Wednesday, resulting in an air quality alert and smog warning going out over the region.

The pollution situation has been caused by a ridge of high air pressure, which has transferred the impurities from Ukraine due to the war and the residue from ground brush fires in Asia into Poland’s airspace. The authorities expect that the current levels of air pollution will persist for the next few days, with affected areas including Warsaw, Lublin, Bialystok, and Kraków.

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

Climate Propaganda Exposed by Critical Scientists and Citizens

Globalists have myriads of powerful international organizations and NGOs at their disposal. These work tirelessly and often in secret to push various vital parts of their agenda forward. Today the most important “catalyst” to be able to achieve “The Great Reset” of our world and radically change almost all aspects of our lives is the alleged “global warming” that the ordinary citizen is blamed for.

One of these actors is the well-funded think tank ISD, which focuses on influencing European populations in a range of areas. They have recently released a report showing that the globalists believe they are losing the propaganda and information war regarding climate. The opponents who are singled out as “super-spreaders” of “disinformation” are surprising in several ways.

The extremely well-financed and influential globalist think tank Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), the Institute works with influence campaigns directed at the populations of Europe and is paid for by these populations’ own authorities as well as globalists such as Bill Gates and George Soros.

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

Germans Warned Energy Crisis Will Create Toilet Paper Shortage

The chairman of the nation’s paper industry association has warned Germans that the energy crisis will create a toilet paper shortage, almost certainly risking fresh panic buying of the product.

“We are particularly dependent on gas for the production of tissue paper. Without it, we will no longer be able to provide security of supply,” said Die Papierindustrie chief Martin Krengel in a published statement.

“In the current energy crisis, our top priority is to provide people with this important commodity,” he added, although in making such comments he risks there being a run on existing supplies.

Each German uses an average of 134 rolls of toilet paper per year.

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

Germany Should Have a Meat Tax, Says Green Party Food Minister While Criticizing Germans’ Eating Habits

Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture Cem Özdemir (Greens) has accused the Germans of eating the wrong food, a move that should be remedied with a tax on meat.

“We should eat less meat overall and make sure it comes from animals that are kept in a species-appropriate manner,” he told t-online. He advises “adapting meat consumption to planetary boundaries and for the sake of our health.”

Özdemir said those who eat less meat are having a positive effect on society, adding, “It is healthier, good for the climate, and helps the global food situation because areas get freed up that we previously needed for cultivating animal feed.”

The minister has put forward the proposal to discourage meat consumption and fund improved care for animals with a tax.

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

‘Save Our Statues’ Fact-Checks ‘Fake History’ Plaques Defaming Historic Britons

The ‘Save Our Statues’ group has launched a “plaque-cheque” campaign to fact-check so-called information boards defaming historic figures depicted in memorials.

While Black Lives Matter-inspired to destroy or vandalise statues and memorials in Britain has largely died down, anti-British officials and campaigners have adopted a new tactic of leaving monuments standing but “recontextualising” them with often poorly-sourced plaqes and information boards accusing those they depict of various crimes against woke 21st-century sensibilities.

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

Science Journal Makes New Announcement About Its Right to Censor

Nature Human Behaviour — a monthly online scientific journal published by German-British company Springer Nature — has announced what it calls its new ethics guidance that looks to tackle “potential harms.”

An editorial goes on to state that the ever-hazy notion of “harms” here concerns those “human population groups” that are not participating in scientific research — yet may be harmed by it.

When those behind the new guideline seek to further clarify what the journal will now consider as censorship targets, it only further muddies the waters in terms of offering actual definitions; it’s about content that undermines — “or could reasonably be perceived to undermine” — rights and dignities of individuals or groups.

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

Spain Wants Women to Go Topless to ‘Fight Discrimination’

Do you believe that there is a double standard between genders? Specifically, as it pertains to a man’s right to go topless. According to Catalan authorities, there is.

The Telegraph reports that following complaints from two women who were told to cover their breasts at a public pool, “the Catalan regional authorities launched a campaign to support women’s right to bare their breasts.”

The goal is to end the sexualization of women, so naturally, the ad campaign, produced by Catalonia’s Department of Equity and Feminism, features topless men and women.

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Terrifying Moment Van Drives Into Café Terrace in Brussels ‘At Extremely High Speed’, Injuring Six People Before Driver Flees the Scene

This is the terrifying moment a van drove into people sitting at a café terrace in Brussels at an ‘extremely high speed’, injuring six people.

Video shows the male suspect driving a van into the seating area outside a crowded café in the centre of the Belgian capital on Friday afternoon at around 1pm local time (11.00 GMT).

Six people suffered minor injuries and pictures from the scene on Rue Saint-Michel shows tables and chairs strewn across the floor outside the café…

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UK: Just Stop Oil: Protesters Deny Damaging Van Gogh Painting

Three climate protesters have denied damaging a Vincent van Gogh painting at an art gallery in central London.

Just Stop Oil supporters Emily Brocklebank, 23, Xavier Gonzales-Trimmer, 21, and Louis McKechnie, 21 are accused of causing £2,200 worth of damage to the artwork’s frame.

The activists allegedly attached themselves to Van Gogh’s Peach Trees In Blossom at the Courtauld Gallery.

Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard the damage to the art is “disputed”.

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UK: London Petrol Stations Damaged by Anti-Oil Protesters

Police have made 43 arrests after protesters damaged petrol stations in London.

The Met said several petrol stations were targeted on Friday morning “causing disruption and damaging pumps”.

Climate group Just Stop Oil said 51 of its members were disrupting seven petrol stations across the capital.

They made fuel pumps unusable by breaking display glass and covered them in spray paint.

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UK: University Issues ‘Trigger Warning’ For Mark Twain’s ‘Huckleberry Finn’

A British university has issued a “trigger warning” on Mark Twain’s literary classic “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” because of supposed “problematic” violence and language.

Exeter University warned students that the 1884 work — widely deemed one of the great American novels — is “classic but contentious,” according to the Times of London.

Twain’s masterpiece “is problematic in a number of ways, not least because of Huck’s use of the N-word throughout the novel,” students in the American literature module were warned.

“Please be aware that this novel also features scenes of murder, violence and child abuse,” the warning reportedly adds.

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Belarus: Lukshenko Government Destroyed Another Polish WWII-Era Cemetery

On Thursday morning, a group of people, allegedly on the order of the Belarus government, began leveling a cemetery of soldiers from the Polish World War II Home Army in the village of Surkonty.

This claim has been confirmed by Lukasz Jasina, the spokesman of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Local people also informed Belarusian journalist Tadeusz Giczan that police forces started demolishing the cemetery.

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Worm ‘Burgers’ Could Solve World Hunger, Scientists Claim

This might be a not-so-happy meal.

Creepy crawlies could be the key to solving world hunger — by eating them as food.

The slimy creatures known as mealworms, just like their name suggests, can be turned into grub. South Korean scientists have cooked mealworms, or beetle larvae, along with sugar to create “meat” — and they claim it tastes authentic.

“Recently, eating insects has become of interest because of the increasing cost of animal protein, as well as the associated environmental issues,” said Dr. Hee Cho, the project leader from Wonkwang University, in a press release.

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At Least 300,000 Non-European Migrants Among ‘Ukrainian’ Refugees: UN

A report from the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has claimed that around 300,000 non-Ukrainian migrants have arrived in the EU among those supposedly fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.

The IOM, an agency of the United Nations, released a report this week stating that around 13 million Ukrainians have been displaced since the Russian invasion in February and that 6.6 million Ukrainians have fled the country due to the fighting.

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Build a Wall: Greece to Extend Turkish Border Barrier Across Across Entire Frontier

The Greek government has decided to extend the border wall with Turkey so that the fence will cover the entire length of the land frontier with the hostile Islamist-led country.

Greece’s national security council agreed to increase the length of the border wall, located in the Evros region, and patrols along the border will also be increased to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing into the country.

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France: African Migrants Arrested for Raping Woman on Paris Street

Two homeless men from Africa were arrested under suspicion of raping a woman on a street in Paris this week, according to reports.

The disturbing incident unfolded at around 11 p.m. on Thursday night in the 19th arrondissement of the French capital.

Witnesses alerted police about suspicious men who appeared to be rifling through a woman’s belongings near Place de la Bataille-de-Stalingrad.

Cops encountered two male suspects and a female nearby who appeared dazed and confused.

She told officers she had just been raped by the men after they drugged her.

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In Sweden, Rape Capital of Europe, Women Can’t Carry Pepper Spray; Academics Can’t Reveal Rapists’ Ethnicity

Sweden, once one of the most peaceful and safest countries in the world, is leading the way in destroying itself via mass immigration from Muslim countries together with the most extreme kind of Woke Leftism. This mutation into a Third World country is nowhere more obvious than in its rape statistics. But perhaps even more disturbing is reaction of Swedish authorities. They punish those who tell the truth—that Muslim immigrants and/or their children are the majority of rapists—and they punish women who attempt to defend themselves.

Thus the police actually arrested a girl in July for carrying pepper spray.

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Leftist Chancellor: ‘Borders and Hearts’ of Germany Will ‘Remain Open’ Despite Gas Chaos

As politicians in Germany brace themselves for possible riots over the winter months due to ongoing gas chaos, its leftist Chancellor has insisted that the country’s “hearts and borders” will nevertheless “remain open”.

Despite the country facing a wealth of crises, ranging from inflation to energy, Germany’s leftist Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, has insisted that the country’s “borders and hearts” will “remain open”.

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Mocking the Thousands of Victims of Imported Crime: Merkel Awarded Peace Prize

Former Chancellor Angela Merkel has been awarded the Peace Prize by the UN cultural organization UNESCO. “The entire jury was touched by her courageous decision in 2015 to take in more than 1.2 million refugees, particularly from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Eritrea, “ said the President of the jury and 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner Denis Mukwege in Paris . “It’s a lesson she leaves to history.”

UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay also paid tribute to Merkel’s commitment. “Creating peace is also about opening doors for those who are suffering,” she explained. “The jury’s decision is a reminder that welcoming migrants and refugees is a key concern.”

The Peace Prize has been awarded every year since 1989 to people, organizations or institutions that have made special efforts to promote, research or secure peace .

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Moroccan Driver Who Killed 9-Year-Old Boy Arrested While Fleeing at French Airport

A Moroccan migrant who hit and killed a 9-year-old boy in August 2021 in the French town of Montpellier was arrested on Thursday while attempting to board a plane to Morocco.

On Aug. 21, 2021, on Avenue de Monsieur-Teste in Montpellier, the 9-year-old French boy, Adam, was fatally hit by the driver’s car while he was on the sidewalk with his mother and his two sisters, aged 8 and 11 years, along with a friend of the family. Police determined the driver was under the influence of alcohol and narcotics and was speeding at the time he struck and killed the young boy.

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NYC Will Now House Growing Influx of Migrants Arriving in Buses From Texas in 14 Hotels Across the Big Apple…

— as City Hall now says it will no longer use Midtown’s $700-a-night The Row as a shelter for 600 families

New York is set to house the increasing number of migrants arriving by buses from Texas in 14 hotels across the city — as plans to use $700-a night The Row are shelved.

Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Manuel Castro revealed that City Hall has been forced to strike emergency deals with the hotels because the shelter system is overloaded.

Five more buses arrived on Thursday from Texas, carrying migrants relocated by Texas Gov Greg Abbott.

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Sweden Does Not Want ‘Somali-Towns,’ Says Country’s Socialist PM in Desperate Attempt to Stop Surging Anti-Immigration Party Before September Election

The normally open-borders prime minister of Sweden, Magdalena Andersson, says she would abolish the ethnic ghettos in the big cities, which are hotbeds of organized crime.

Migration and integration experts and sociologists, on the other hand, do not like the proposal, however, it appears to be a last-ditch effort from Andersson to erode support for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats, which polling predicts will be the second-biggest party in parliament after elections on Sept. 11.

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Texas Trooper Arrests Mexican Man Illegally in US for Traffic Violation, Warrant on Sexual Contact With Child

A previously deported Mexican citizen was arrested in Texas earlier this month over a warrant for sexual contact with a child and was found with three children and a U.S. Border Patrol cap, authorities told Fox News.

Gabriel Rangel Suarez, 47, was pulled over in Hidalgo County on Aug. 18 by a trooper with the Texas Department of Public Safety for a traffic violation, officials said. Suarez initially gave the trooper a false name before his true identity was revealed, authorities told Fox News Digital.

Upon learning his name, the trooper received an alert that Suarez, who was in the United States illegally, had an outstanding arrest warrant from Hidalgo County for indecency with a child by sexual contact. Inside the vehicle, the trooper found a woman and three children.

The woman and children are not related to Suarez, DPS officials said. The trooper also found a Border Patrol hat on the dashboard.

“He has no reason to have that,” a DPS spokesman told Fox News.

Suarez possibly had it there as a deterrent so law enforcement would not stop his vehicle, officials said. A video of the arrests shows the trooper asking Suarez in Spanish about the hat.

Suarez replied that someone had purchased it for him, officials said. He was arrested for the warrant and lying to authorities about his identity.

He remains in police custody.

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UK: Asylum Seekers Will be Sent to Provincial Towns and Cities Under New Immigration Rules as Priti Patel Removes Councils’ Veto Power

Thousands of asylum seekers are set to be sent to live in provincial towns and cities under new rules.

Home Secretary Priti Patel is to strip local authorities of a veto allowing them to avoid housing asylum seekers.

Instead of being able to insist entire areas are unsuitable to receive migrants, town halls would be able to lodge objections only over specific streets or neighbourhoods.

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UK: Cost of Asylum Seekers Tops £2 Billion a Year Amid Record Waves of Illegal Boat Migrants

The cost of the United Kingdom’s asylum system has reportedly eclipsed £2 billion per year amid record-setting numbers of migrants crossing the English Channel.

With asylum claims hitting a 20-year high and tens of thousands of illegal migrants — the vast majority of whom apply for asylum — crossing in small boats from France, the cost to the British taxpayer has soared to £2.1 billion, an increase of £756 million or 56 per cent over the previous year.

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UK: Nearly 3,000 Migrants Crossed the Channel in Four Days Bringing Total So Far This Year to 24,231 — Almost Double the Number That Landed on UK Shores by This Time Last Year

More than 800 migrants arrived in the UK after crossing the Channel on Thursday.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said 804 people made the journey in 16 boats.

It takes the total for the year so far to 24,231, according to analysis of provisional Government figures.

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Welcome to Britain! Albanian Migrants Pose for Pictures in Front of the London Eye as They Boast of Trips to the Capital’s Landmarks Just Days After Crossing the Channel by Small Boats

Albanian migrants have shared social media photos showing them posing in front of London landmarks just days after crossing the Channel in small boats.

One migrant even took a selfie while aboard a dingy in the Channel before then appearing at a London restaurant and, six days after his crossing, smiling on Westminster Bridge with the London Eye in the background.

A second Albanian chronicled his journey from a bus in Kukes, northern Albania, to a Premier Class hotel in France and then — after the boat journey — standing in front of a horseman from the Kings Troop on sentry duty.

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World Heavyweight Champ Tyson Fury Speaks Out

2 time heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury is being very outspoken about the UK’s immigration crisis.

Fury is calling for resources to be devoted to the country’s growing homeless population instead of illegal boat migrants.

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Andrew Tate Joins Rumble After Big Tech Deplatforming, Will Post Exclusive Content

Kickboxer and self-help coach Andrew Tate has joined free speech video sharing platform Rumble after he was recently mass deplatformed by all of the major Big Tech platforms.

Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok are some of the many platforms that banned Tate earlier this month after an online cancel campaign.

Tate responded to the mass deplatforming by joining Rumble. His channel already has over 65,000 subscribers and his most popular video on the platform has racked up over 240,000 views.

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DuckDuckGo’s Email Privacy Forwarding Feature is Now Open to All

DuckDuckGo’s anti-tracking email service is now available to everyone. The service has been in private beta for a year. It will be available on the Android and iOS apps, the browser extension, and beta Mac Browser.

The service gives users a duck.com email address. The duck.com address then forwards emails to a primary email address with the trackers removed.

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Lofi Girl Joins Rumble After YouTube’s Poor Handling of Abusive Copyright Strikes

Lo-fi hip hop music brand Lofi Girl has joined video sharing platform Rumble one month after its YouTube live streams were suddenly taken offline by bogus copyright claims.

Lofi Girl is live streaming on Rumble and has also added all of the videos that are available on its YouTube channel. The Lofi Girl Rumble channel already has thousands of views.

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Mainstream Media Outlets Disingenuously Claim ‘She-Hulk’ Review Bombed by Angry Male Fans Despite Series Having More False Positive Reviews Than Negative

In the latest attempt by the legacy media to cape unquestionably for Disney’s next product, numerous outlets are attempting to claim that She-Hulk: Attorney by Law has been the victim of a review bombing campaign despite the fact that the series actually holds more false positive ratings than negative ones.

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North Carolina Gay Pride Event Slammed Over Video of Young Child on Stripper Pole

Twitter users reacted negatively on Thursday to viral videos and photos showing a young child on a stripper pole at a recent gay pride event in North Carolina.

“A pride event in Charlotte, NC featured a stripper pole where kids were able to try out pole dancing,” the conservative news account LibsofTikTok posted on Thursday.

In one of the photos, a scantily-clad woman can be seen holding onto a stripper pole with a young boy in her arms, who is also holding on to the pole.

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  1. REPORT 24 CORONA HEALTH

    Mike Tyson is in a wheelchair – he explained he involuntarily submitted to vaccination
    August 22, 2022

    The worldwide respected boxing legend Mike Tyson is currently pushed around the world in a wheelchair. He expressed that he feared “to have reached his expiration date”. He had reluctantly submitted to the experimental gene injection the previous year. He would have been forced to do so for professional reasons, he had been urged to submit.

    What is the reason that this great athlete, one of the best boxers of all time, is now in a wheelchair awaiting his death at the age of 56? It is painful to witness this fate. These pictures were taken a month after a podcast in which Tyson expressed that he would probably have to die soon.
    “Of course we’re all going to die one day,” Tyson said. “Then when I look in the mirror, I see these little spots on my face, I’m like, ‘Wow.’ That means my expiration date is coming up very soon.'”
    The 56-year-old Tyson has become very philosophical and introspective, and before addressing his mortality, he talked about how money doesn’t bring the happiness and security that those who never had it might assume.
    New York Post

    “Money means nothing to me,” Tyson said. “I always tell people – they think money makes them happy, they’ve never had money – if you have a lot of money, you can’t expect someone to love you. How can I confess my love to you when you have $500 billion?
    “The false sense of security. They believe that nothing can happen. You don’t believe the banks could collapse. You think you’re invincible if you have a lot of money, which isn’t true. That’s why I always say money provides a false sense of security.”
    New York Post

    Tyson recounted conversations with his wife, who said she needed money for security. “What is security?” he asked. “I don’t know. If you put money in your bank and get a check every week and can live for the rest of your life, is that security? Does that mean you won’t catch a disease, you can’t get hit by a car? You can’t jump off a bridge? I don’t know. Is that security? Can money protect you from that?”
    New York Post

    Whether Tyson’s health condition has anything to do with a gene vaccination is unclear. That he is “vaccinated” is considered certain – but he did not undergo this treatment voluntarily. In an interview with USA TODAY, he explained:
    “I didn’t do it voluntarily,” Tyson told USA TODAY Sports during an interview at his cannabis business. “I’m a little scared of it. I’ve been pretty much pushed to submit because I travel internationally. And if I don’t travel, we don’t have anything to eat. So I decided to take the risk and get the shot.

    https://report24.news/mike-tyson-sitzt-im-rollstuhl-er-erklaerte-sich-unfreiwillig-der-impfung-unterworfen-zu-haben/

    • It is sad to hear that Mike Tyson is wheelchair bound. I am also experiencing mobility problems and my wife has been looking at wheelchairs for me. Not yet, though, I’m fighting it.

      I have refused to go near any of the purported vaccines and sincerely believe that the plandemic has been concocted by the oligarchs to debilitate and subdue us. I have what has been described as Long Covid and the symptoms are similar to those of Lymes Disease which I caught in 2013 after I was bitten by a tic that had been feasting on one of my dogs. It probably explains why I feel so angry and aggressive and wish to do as much harm to the oligarchs as they apparently wish to do to me.

      Unfortunately, this will not achieve anything. We need to organise a fightback. Does anybody have any suggestions?

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