Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/12/2022

People who are queuing up to pay their final respects to the late Queen Elizabeth may have to wait up to 20 hours, with the line in London estimated to be five miles long. Meanwhile, King Charles III gave his first speech before Parliament.

In other news, Vladimir Putin sacked a top army general after Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive broke through Russian lines near Kharkiv.

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Financial Crisis
» Freeze for Global Agenda: U.N. Demands European Nations Do Not Return to Fossil Fuels Over Energy Crisis
 
USA
» 1 Hospitalized, 1 in Custody Following Apparent Road Rage Stabbing in Boston Tunnel
» Blue Origin Rocket Crashes After Liftoff, None Injured
» Breaking: Tucker Carlson Obtains Subpoenas From Biden’s DOJ to Trump Allies Demanding Personal Information
» Canceled Feminist Seeks to Revive Suit Against Twitter, Citing New Evidence of Collusion With Feds
» Connecticut AG Threatens Project Veritas With Subpoena Over Video Exposé of Public School Hirings
» Dem Senator Compares 9/11 Terrorists to January 6 Rioters
» Democrat Hobbs Ends Negotiations, Won’t Debate Trump-Backed Lake in Arizona Governor Race
» Facebook Says it Was a Mistake to Censor the Falling Man Photos and Articles to Commemorate 9/11
» ‘I Won’t Cry Over the Death of a Violent Oppressor’: Carnegie Mellon Professor Slams Queen Again by Saying She is Part of the ‘Cult of White Womanhood’ — And Her Woke Students Are Backing Her
» Instagram Incorrectly “Fact-Checks” Trump 9/11 Photo as “Missing Context”
» Judge Removes Democratic Prosecutor From Case of Loudoun Father Whose Daughter Was Raped in School
» Judge Suspends Arizona’s Law Limiting the Filming of Cops
» Majority of Voters Say ‘Less Likely’ to Support Candidates Pushing Student Loan Forgiveness, Survey
» Married Couple Plead Guilty to Trying to Aid ISIS in Yemen
» National Security Threat: China’s Eyes in America
» Neo-Marxing the College Board With AP African American Studies
» Queen’s Support for America After 9/11 Was ‘Invaluable’ — Rudy Giuliani
» Russell Brand to Stream New Daily Live Show Exclusively on Rumble
» Two CRT Rallies Planned at Tomorrow’s School Board Meeting
 
Canada
» Poilievre Slams Trudeau for Overtaxing Canadians
» Why Isn’t an Alleged Knife Attack at Global News Toronto Being Reported on by the MSM?
 
Europe and the EU
» Fix is in? Mail-in and Overseas Votes Could Overturn Right’s Narrow Lead in Swedish Election
» King Charles III Makes First Speech to Britain’s Parliaments in Ancient Westminster Hall
» Norway’s BankID System is Becoming a de Facto Digital ID
» Oh, The Irony
» Ouch! Awkward Moment Meghan Markle Was Snubbed by Royal Well-Wisher Who Refused to Shake Her Hand During Fab Four Walkabout at Windsor
» Swiss Social Media Abuzz Over ‘Rat Out Your Neighbor’ Energy Use Posters
» Trump Vindicated: Germany Plays Blame Games as Merkel Party Attacked for ‘16 Years of Energy Policy Failure’
» UK: Five Mile Long Queue Expected: Mourners May Have to Wait 20 Hours to Pay Respects to Queen
» UK: Heckler at Royal Mile Procession Drowned Out by Cheers for King, Bodily Removed From Crowd
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Car Drove Onto Sidewalk Hitting Pedestrians in Tel Aviv, Several Injured
 
Russia
» Monday, September 12. Russia’s War on Ukraine: News and Information From Ukraine
» Putin Sacks Top General 16 Days Into Job After Ukraine’s Breakthrough Offensive
 
South Asia
» India: Entire Village of Hindus Claimed by Waqf Board, 1500 Yr Old Temple Also of Waqf Property Now
 
Australia — Pacific
» Alarming Number of New Monkeypox Cases in Australia as Doctors Race to Find Out How it’s Spreading So Quickly — Here’s How to Spot the Symptoms
» Climate Kooks Want to Rename Australia
» Kangaroo Attacks and Kills a Man in Western Australia — With the Rampaging Animal Stopping Paramedics From Saving His Life
» Listen to the Awkward Live Radio Moment Where Anthony Albanese Stumbles Over New Public Holiday With Bizarre ‘Melbourne’ Comment: ‘So What Does That Mean?”
» Man Charged: Three on the Run After Victim Stabbed to Death in Seconds
» New Zealand Scraps Mask and Vaccine Mandates
» NRLW Coach Defends Indigenous Star Despite ‘Reprehensible’ Social Media Post in Which She Described the Queen as a ‘Dumb Dog’ On the Day of Her Death
» NZ Police Criticized for Taking Photos, Biometrics of Maori Youth, Without Valid Reason
» Obscene Moment Couple Have Sex in the Back of a Bus Before a Furious Commuter Intervenes — and Their Appalling Excuse for Why They Did it
» Powerful Moment Aboriginal Elder Breaks Down Talking About Meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace: ‘for the First Time in Our Lives We Were Treated Properly — as Human Beings’
» Top Aussie Horse Trainer Drops a Bombshell About His ‘Invite’ To Attend the Queen’s Funeral — and Opens Up on His Incredible Relationship With Her Majesty: ‘She Was Very Caring’
» Watch: Brave Doctors Speak Out to Reclaim Medicine
 
Sub-Saharan Africa
» Nigeria: ‘I Killed My Parents Over Blasphemous Comments Against Prophet Muhammad’
 
Latin America
» Tieless Labour Prime Minister Proposes Abolishing Monarchy Before Queen Even Buried
 
Immigration
» Belgium Creates New Centre to Deport Fake Refugees Who Have Already Claimed Asylum Elsewhere
» Canada: Hundreds of Roxham Road Border Hoppers Don’t Declare Country of Origin
» UK: Nearly 3,000 Migrants Have Crossed the Channel in Two Weeks With 253 Arriving on Sunday Amid Calm Conditions at Sea
» ‘We Have a Secure Border in That That is a Priority for Any Nation’: Kamala Harris Claims Southern Border is Sealed in Yet Another Word Salad… Despite Crossings Closing in on Two Million
 
Culture Wars
» Texas School Board Fires Teacher Who Told Students Not to Judge Pedophiles
 

Freeze for Global Agenda: U.N. Demands European Nations Do Not Return to Fossil Fuels Over Energy Crisis

The world is grappling with the worst energy crisis in generations however the U.N. has warned Europe a return to fossil fuels in response to soaring prices and winter shortages must not be considered under any circumstances.

Russia has reduced supplies of gas to Europe since its invasion of Ukraine, sending fuel prices soaring, while supply chain issues in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic have also hit deliveries.

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

1 Hospitalized, 1 in Custody Following Apparent Road Rage Stabbing in Boston Tunnel

BOSTON — One person has been hospitalized and another is in custody following an apparent road rage stabbing in Boston’s O’Neill Tunnel on Monday morning.

The stabbing occurred following a crash in the tunnel on the southbound side on Interstate 93 around 6:30 a.m., according to Massachusetts State Police.

The victim, who police identified as a 35-year-old Boston man, was taken to an area hospital with a non-life-threatening stab wound.

The suspect in the alleged attack, a 56-year-old Avon man, is said to have called police after driving away from the scene and stopping at South Bay Mall.

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Blue Origin Rocket Crashes After Liftoff, None Injured

A rocket launched by Jeff Bezos’s space company, Blue Origin, crashed shortly after liftoff on Monday.

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

Breaking: Tucker Carlson Obtains Subpoenas From Biden’s DOJ to Trump Allies Demanding Personal Information

Tucker Carlson revealed on Monday night that his Fox News show obtained subpoenas that were sent from Biden’s Department of Justice to Trump allies and supporters, seeking personal communications.

“It shocks the conscience of everyone who sees it,” Carlson said, “but the number of people who see it is very small because it is not covered by any media. And it’s not just happening to Amy Kremer.”

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

Canceled Feminist Seeks to Revive Suit Against Twitter, Citing New Evidence of Collusion With Feds

The most prominent feminist critic of the government’s COVID-19 policy is trying to resurrect her First Amendment lawsuit against Twitter, citing new evidence that the CDC named her in a request to remove “misinformation” before Twitter suspended her, making it a “state actor.”

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

Connecticut AG Threatens Project Veritas With Subpoena Over Video Exposé of Public School Hirings

Project Veritas, the investigative journalism group, was put on notice by the state of Connecticut with a records hold request and an indication of potential subpoenas coming their way as part of an investigation into discriminatory hiring practices at Greenwich Public Schools.

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

Dem Senator Compares 9/11 Terrorists to January 6 Rioters

Democratic Senator Mark Warner used the 21st anniversary of 9/11 to absurdly compare the terrorists who attacked the twin towers and the Pentagon to “insurgents” who entered the Capitol on January 6.

Warner made the comments during an appearance on Face the Nation.

The Virginia lawmaker was asked by host Margaret Brennan how vulnerable America was to terrorism now given what has happened in Afghanistan.

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

Democrat Hobbs Ends Negotiations, Won’t Debate Trump-Backed Lake in Arizona Governor Race

Arizona Democrat governor nominee Katie Hobbs confirmed Sunday that she will not participate in a debate with Republican nominee Kari Lake

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

Facebook Says it Was a Mistake to Censor the Falling Man Photos and Articles to Commemorate 9/11

Facebook has been censoring posts during the remembrance of September 11th, blocking users and punishing them for sharing a poignant story about The Falling Man, the famous image of an unknown man who fell or jumped from the ill-fated North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.

The Falling Man is a photograph taken by Associated Press photographer Richard Drew. The photograph was taken at exactly 9:41 a.m. on the day of the attacks.

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

‘I Won’t Cry Over the Death of a Violent Oppressor’: Carnegie Mellon Professor Slams Queen Again by Saying She is Part of the ‘Cult of White Womanhood’ — And Her Woke Students Are Backing Her

A Carnegie Mellon professor who wished the Queen an ‘excruciatingly painful’ death is continuing to lash out while calling the dead monarch a ‘representative of the cult of white womanhood.’

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Instagram Incorrectly “Fact-Checks” Trump 9/11 Photo as “Missing Context”

On September 11, 2022, journalist Jack Posobiec posted a photo of Donald Trump visiting the World Trade Center in 2001. Instagram added a “fact-check” to the photo that read: “Missing Context. The same information was reviewed by independent fact-checkers in another post.”

Posobiec only wrote: “No one told him to go. He went anyway.”

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

Judge Removes Democratic Prosecutor From Case of Loudoun Father Whose Daughter Was Raped in School

A Circuit Court judge removed a Loudoun County prosecutor from a case citing “concerns” about “impartiality” after an appeal from father Scott Smith, whose daughter was raped at Stone Bridge High School in Virginia by a teen who went on to grope a student at a different school.

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

Judge Suspends Arizona’s Law Limiting the Filming of Cops

A federal judge in Arizona has halted a new law in the state banning the filming of police. The judge gave any agency that wants to defend the law one week to go to court.

We obtained a copy of the decision for you here.

The law was legally challenged by media organizations that argued that it was a violation of the First Amendment.

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

Majority of Voters Say ‘Less Likely’ to Support Candidates Pushing Student Loan Forgiveness, Survey

The majority of likely midterm voters are now less likely to support candidates in favor of President Biden’s student-loan forgiveness program, according to a new survey.

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

Married Couple Plead Guilty to Trying to Aid ISIS in Yemen

Two Americans have pleaded guilty to attempting to aid the Islamic State.

James Bradley leaded guilty on Friday to attempting to provide material support to the terror group while his wife, Arwa Muthana, pleaded guilty on Monday to the same, according to Fox News.

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

National Security Threat: China’s Eyes in America

Chinese intelligence gathering in the US takes many forms and has different purposes. Most Americans are familiar with some of their means and tactics, but not with how widespread and persistent they are.

Americans may know about the malwarecontained in that infernal TikTok app that their children use. They may know the Chinese military’s cyber-intelligence service was likely behind many of the largest hacks of Americans’ personal data that have ever occurred. They may know from the news how US defense and intelligence policy have sanctioned Chinese telecom giant Huawei, and counseled America’s allies to reject Chinese-architected implementations of 5G networking, due to evidence that China has planted backdoors in commercial networking equipment designed to allow the Communist regime in Beijing to conduct surveillance and cyber-espionage anywhere in the world.

Do they know it extends to consumer-level drones?

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

Neo-Marxing the College Board With AP African American Studies

A new and sweeping effort to infuse leftist radicalism into America’s K-12 curriculum has begun. The College Board — the group that runs the SAT test and the Advanced Placement (AP) program — is pilot-testing an AP African American Studies course. While the College Board has withheld the course’s curriculum framework from the public, I have obtained a copy.

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

Queen’s Support for America After 9/11 Was ‘Invaluable’ — Rudy Giuliani

The support of Queen Elizabeth II after the September 11th jihadist terrorist attacks on the United States was “invaluable”, according to former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Speaking to GB News on the 21st anniversary of 9/11 on Sunday, the 78-year-old Republican said that “to know that the Queen of England was thinking about us, concerned about us, on our side, supporting us — oh my goodness, it had a spiritual dimension to it that cannot be exaggerated,” he said.

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

Russell Brand to Stream New Daily Live Show Exclusively on Rumble

Comedian, actor, and podcaster Russell Brand is launching a new daily live show, “Stay Free with Russell Brand,” exclusively on the free speech video sharing platform Rumble on September 28th.

The show will explore global events and provide unique perspectives on culture, news, and politics. It will be live streamed on Rumble at 1 pm Eastern Time on weekdays.

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

Two CRT Rallies Planned at Tomorrow’s School Board Meeting

Two rallies on the same topic—critical race theory—but from different points of view will be held when the Loudoun County School Board meets Tuesday afternoon.

“Eraced,” a rally against CRT, will be held at the division’s administration building from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 13.

At the same time and same location, a pro-CRT rally will also take place. Its intent, according to rally founder Heather Gottlieb, is to gather peacefully to show support of teaching accurate history, CRT, and social emotional learning at division schools.

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

Poilievre Slams Trudeau for Overtaxing Canadians

Newly minted Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre addressed caucus for the first time on Monday, where he said that his party will focus on holding the government accountable for skyrocketing inflation.

Poilievre spoke for about 10 minutes, during which time he attacked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for being out of touch with Canadians. Poilievre talked about his “humble origins” and how that helped him sympathize with struggling Canadians.

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

Why Isn’t an Alleged Knife Attack at Global News Toronto Being Reported on by the MSM?

On Tuesday, a knifeman is alleged to have entered the premises of Global News Toronto. Allegedly, the knifeman is or was a Global employee. The rest of the story remains murky, although we do know several police cruisers and a paramedic rushed to the scene.

So, what, pray tell, happened? And why is there no news coverage? After all, the age-old saying in the news biz is, “if it bleeds it leads.” But apparently not at Global News. Especially if an insider was the alleged attacker.

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

Fix is in? Mail-in and Overseas Votes Could Overturn Right’s Narrow Lead in Swedish Election

While Swedish populists are celebrating their greatest electoral victory based on early results, mail-in ballots could change the tight race between the right-wing and left-wing blocs and real results may not be known until later this week.

Following Sunday’s Swedish national elections, the right-wing bloc of the populist Sweden Democrats (SD), the Moderates, the Christian Democrats and the Liberals, were ahead of the left-wing coalition led by the Socialists by just a single seat at 175 to 174. But the real results will likely not be known until Wednesday when overseas and postal votes have been counted, according to Sweden’s electoral authority.

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

King Charles III Makes First Speech to Britain’s Parliaments in Ancient Westminster Hall

King Charles III met with both houses of the British Parliament in the near-millennia old Westminster Hall before flying to Scotland to attend in the lying in State of Queen Elizabeth II.

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

Norway’s BankID System is Becoming a de Facto Digital ID

Norway’s BankID system, which has become a form of digital ID, has launched a new app that is biometrically capable.

BankID works with all banks in Norway and is currently used by 4.3 million people, out of a population of 5.5 million.

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

Oh, The Irony

Leftists are now suddenly all concerned that people will be targeted by the media and lose their jobs if they express anti-royal rhetoric before the Queen’s funeral.

But wait, I thought cancel culture didn’t exist!

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

Ouch! Awkward Moment Meghan Markle Was Snubbed by Royal Well-Wisher Who Refused to Shake Her Hand During Fab Four Walkabout at Windsor

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, greeted fans outside of Windsor Castle on Saturday with her husband, Prince Harry, 37, when one woman looked away and did not extend her hand to the royal.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Swiss Social Media Abuzz Over ‘Rat Out Your Neighbor’ Energy Use Posters

As Switzerland takes drastic measures to reduce its gas use this winter — including fines and up to three years in prison for citizens who violate new regulations, a viral poster circulating on Swiss social media telling citizens to rat out neighbors heating their homes above 19C (66.2F) has raised eyebrows.

“Does the neighbor heat the apartment to over 19 degrees? Please inform us,” reads the poster currently circulating on messaging services such as Signal and Telegram, according to Swiss media.

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

Trump Vindicated: Germany Plays Blame Games as Merkel Party Attacked for ‘16 Years of Energy Policy Failure’

Germany’s economy and climate minister has angrily lashed out at Angela Merkel’s party, accusing it of being responsible for “16 years of energy policy failure”.

While the ongoing gas crisis across Europe gets steadily worse, political tensions in Germany appear to be growing, with the country’s economic and climate minister, Robert Habeck, angrily lashing out at his political rivals in the Christian Democratic UnionW (CDU), the party of former chancellor Angela Merkel.

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

UK: Five Mile Long Queue Expected: Mourners May Have to Wait 20 Hours to Pay Respects to Queen

Mourners may wait in line for up to 20 hours to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II while she lies in state, with lines expected to be up to five miles in length.

Members of the public who wish to pay their respects to the UK’s late Queen Elizabeth II may end up waiting in a line up to five miles long, with hundreds of thousands of people expected to come to Westminster Hall to say their goodbyes to the monarch.

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

UK: Heckler at Royal Mile Procession Drowned Out by Cheers for King, Bodily Removed From Crowd

A man shouting at the funeral procession of the late Queen Elizabeth II was thrown to the ground by other members of the public, with the fracas covered by shouts of “God Save the King” at the otherwise silent procession.

Escorted by soldiers and members of The Royal Company of Archers, and followed by her children — King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward — on foot, the casket of Queen Elizabeth II travelled from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to the High Kirk of the Church of Scotland on Monday afternoon. The Queen’s body will ‘lie at rest’ at the Scottish cathedral for 24 hours before being moved to London to lie in state.

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

Car Drove Onto Sidewalk Hitting Pedestrians in Tel Aviv, Several Injured

Police forces are en route to the scene and the circumstances of the accident are currently being investigated.

A vehicle drove onto the sidewalk and hit a number of pedestrians on Aryeh Akiva Street in Madinah Square in Tel Aviv in an apparent accident.

One of them was critically injured, one seriously injured, one moderately injured and one lightly injured, according to MDA reports.

Police forces are en route to the scene and the circumstances of the accident are currently being investigated, according to police reports.

           — Hat tip: JW [Return to headlines]
 

Monday, September 12. Russia’s War on Ukraine: News and Information From Ukraine

The Ukrainian Defense Forces are conducting a counteroffensive across the entire territory of the front in its defense against Russia’s six-month-old invasion. Since the beginning of September, about 3,000 square kilometers have been won back by Ukraine, according to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In the Kharkiv region, Ukraine’s armed forces have begun to move not only to the south and east, but also to the north, while freeing more than 40 settlements, according to Oleg Synegubov, the head of the Kharkiv Regional Civil-Military Administration. Troops are 50 kilometers from Ukraine’s border with Russia.

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

Putin Sacks Top General 16 Days Into Job After Ukraine’s Breakthrough Offensive

Vladimir Putin has fired the general leading Russia’s forces in the Donbas after Ukrainian troops recaptured swathes of territory in a recent offensive in the east.

Lieutenant General Roman Berdnikov, who only came into the post of commander of Russia’s West grouping on August 26, is said to be blamed for Russia’s chaotic defeat over the weekend.

A veteran of Russia’s military intervention in Syria, Lt Gen Berdnikov has been replaced by Colonel General Alexander Lapin, according to Ukraine’s Defence Intelligence.

Ukraine claims to have recaptured about 3,000 square kilometres of territory, including the key cities of Izyum and Kupiansk, in a lightning offensive that began last week.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

India: Entire Village of Hindus Claimed by Waqf Board, 1500 Yr Old Temple Also of Waqf Property Now

Laxman Chaurasiya | NT Online | Chennai | Sept 12, 2022:: What if you find out that the land you bought with your blood and sweat earnings a few years ago has suddenly become the property of the Waqf Board? This is what has happened to an entire village in Tamil Nadu, the villagers living in that village for years have suddenly come to know that the land where they have lived is no longer theirs, but has belonged to the Waqf Board. A shocking case of possession of a property by the Wakf Board in Tamil Nadu has come to light. There, an entire village with a Hindu majority population has been declared a Wakf property by the Tamil Nadu Wakf Board. The board has declared Tiruchanthurai village near Trichy in Tamil Nadu as waqf property. The whole matter came to light when a person named Rajagopal tried to sell his 1-acre land to a person named Rajarajeshwari. When Rajagopal reached the registrar’s office to sell his land, he came to know that the land he had come to sell was not of his, but the land belongs to the Waqf and now its owner is the Waqf Board.

Rajagopal says that the registrar murali told him, ‘The owner of the land you have come to sell is the Waqf Board.’ According to the waqf board’s directive, this land cannot be sold. You have to get a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Wakf Board in Chennai. To this, Rajagopal asked, “Why is there a need to get a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Wakf Board to sell his land purchased in 1992?” To Rajagopal’s question, the Registrar Murali showed him a 250-page letter from the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board to Rajagopal stating that ‘No Objection Certificate from the Waqf Board in Chennai is required to sell any land in Tiruchenthurai village. The Waqf Board has informed the Land Records Department through letters and documents that this entire village belongs to them. It has also been said that those who come to register for village land, will have to get NOC from the Waqf Board.’

When Rajagopal told this to the villagers, the whole village was shocked to learn that the land on which he had been living for many centuries was no longer theirs. The villagers wondered how the Waqf Board could claim to be the owner of the entire village when they (the villagers) had all the documents of the land for both residential and agricultural purposes. After this, when the troubled villagers reached the collector regarding this whole matter, they said that it will have to be investigated, and only then any action can be taken.

Allur Prakash, BJP leader from Trichy district has said, ‘Tiruchendurai village, near Trichy, is an agricultural area for Hindus. What is the relation of Waqf Board to Tiruchenthurai village?’ He further said, ‘Manadiyavalli Sametha Chandrasekhar Swamy Temple is present in this village. According to many documents and pieces of evidence, this temple is 1,500 years old. The temple has a property of 369 acres in and around Tiruchenthurai village. Is this temple property also owned by Waqf Board? What is its basis? How can the Waqf Board declare that this land belongs to him without any basic proof? Whereas, the people of the village have the necessary documents of the land. In this whole incident, prima facie, the Waqf Board seems to be arbitrary, however, now it has to be seen what action the DMK alliance Govt in Tamil nadu led by MK Stalin takes so far in this matter.

           — Hat tip: Upananda Brahmachari [Return to headlines]
 

Alarming Number of New Monkeypox Cases in Australia as Doctors Race to Find Out How it’s Spreading So Quickly — Here’s How to Spot the Symptoms

New data from Victoria shows more than half of its 67 monkeypox cases were locally acquired. Monkeypox was first detected in Australia in May.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Climate Kooks Want to Rename Australia

Fringe climate activism group Blockade Australia have used the passing of Queen Elizabeth II to call for the country to be renamed, claiming ‘Australia’ is rooted in oppression.

Blockade Australia have caught the ire of Australians fed up with the radical groups extreme tactics that have caused commuter chaos for thousands of frustrated workers.

The group’s stated aim is to disrupt the country’s critical infrastructure to get its message across, however critics and some environmentalists say its extreme methods damage the cause.

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

Kangaroo Attacks and Kills a Man in Western Australia — With the Rampaging Animal Stopping Paramedics From Saving His Life

An elderly man has died after an apparent attack by his pet kangaroo in Western Australia’s Great Southern region.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Listen to the Awkward Live Radio Moment Where Anthony Albanese Stumbles Over New Public Holiday With Bizarre ‘Melbourne’ Comment: ‘So What Does That Mean?”

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has been called out live on radio over a bizarre ramble about next week’s public holiday — on Thursday, September 22 — to mourn the Queen’s passing.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Man Charged: Three on the Run After Victim Stabbed to Death in Seconds

A man has been charged with weapon offences after 23-year-old Levi Johnston was stabbed to death outside a gym car park in Brisbane, with three suspects still at large.

Emergency services were called about 1pm on Monday between Creek and Pine Mountain roads in Mansfield after reports of a man being assaulted.

The victim was driving a Mercedes-Benz outside the Goodlife Health Gym when police say he was confronted by people in two vehicles, an Audi hatchback and a Nissan Patrol.

Johnston’s vehicle was allegedly rammed, and police said one man pulled out a crowbar and smashed the window on the driver’s side of the Mercedes before he fled.

Johnston was then allegedly caught by one of the men and stabbed with a knife.

People at the gym were forced into lockdown for an hour.

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

New Zealand Scraps Mask and Vaccine Mandates

New Zealand has lifted both its mask and vaccine mandates on Monday as the government moves to end some of the world’s harshest COVID-19 restrictions, some two years after they were first implemented. Some milder restrictions will remain in place, however.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated in her weekly briefing that it is time to safely turn the page on the pandemic and live without the measures that were first put in place with the onset of the pandemic:

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

NRLW Coach Defends Indigenous Star Despite ‘Reprehensible’ Social Media Post in Which She Described the Queen as a ‘Dumb Dog’ On the Day of Her Death

Newcastle’s NRLW coach has defended Indigenous star Caitlin Moran despite her disgraceful social media post about the Queen’s death, in which she referred to the late Monarch as a ‘dumb dog’.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

NZ Police Criticized for Taking Photos, Biometrics of Maori Youth, Without Valid Reason

An investigation into police in New Zealand has found out that police have been illegally and consistently filming and photographing young people and adults. The report found other systemic problems with the way police take and store as well as use biometrics.

The Privacy Commission (OPC) and the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) launched the investigation after RNZ reported that police were illegally photographing Maori youth. The report states that there is a “widespread practice” of police taking photos of people in public with little cause, sometimes for simply looking “suspicious” or “out of place.”

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

Obscene Moment Couple Have Sex in the Back of a Bus Before a Furious Commuter Intervenes — and Their Appalling Excuse for Why They Did it

A Melbourne couple has taken ‘bus route’ far too literally, filmed getting hot and heavy on public transport. The couple are filmed in the back seat of a bus as passengers look on in disbelief and horror.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Powerful Moment Aboriginal Elder Breaks Down Talking About Meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace: ‘for the First Time in Our Lives We Were Treated Properly — as Human Beings’

Aboriginal leader and Australian senator Patrick Dodson was reduced to tears as he spoke about the late Queen and how for the first time in his life he felt treated like a human being.

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Top Aussie Horse Trainer Drops a Bombshell About His ‘Invite’ To Attend the Queen’s Funeral — and Opens Up on His Incredible Relationship With Her Majesty: ‘She Was Very Caring’

Legendary Australian horse trainer Chris Waller has shared his experiences talking with Queen Elizabeth and her love for horses and all things Australi ahead of a likely invite to her funeral.

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Watch: Brave Doctors Speak Out to Reclaim Medicine

A newly-formed medical union gathered in Melbourne at the weekend in a bid to reclaim medicine from the tight-grip of political control.

AMPS (Australian Medical Professional Society) was formed as part of movement to bring back trust and autonomy to the doctor-patient relationship.

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Nigeria: ‘I Killed My Parents Over Blasphemous Comments Against Prophet Muhammad’

Munkaila Ahmadu who killed his parents in Gagarawa Local Government Area of Jigawa State said he did so because they uttered blasphemous comments against the prophet Muhammad.

Mr Ahmadu, a singer and, a member of the Tijjaniyya Islamic sect, said his parents mocked and called him a mad person and opposed him being a praise singer for the prophet.

PREMIUM TIMES reported how the Police in the state arrested Mr Ahmadu, 37, after he killed his parents and injured two others on Thursday.

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Tieless Labour Prime Minister Proposes Abolishing Monarchy Before Queen Even Buried

Gaston Browne, the Labour Party prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, has proposed a referendum to abolish the monarchy before the Queen has even been buried.

Wearing no tie, still less a black tie, and sporting a questionable moustache, Browne told ITV News he would try to hold a referendum on abolishing the monarchy just moments after King Charles III was confirmed as the Commonwealth Realm’s new head of state.

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Belgium Creates New Centre to Deport Fake Refugees Who Have Already Claimed Asylum Elsewhere

The Belgian government has created a new asylum centre to facilitate the deportation of fake refugees who have already applied for asylum in another European country.

The new centre, located just over six miles from Brussels, was opened late last month and is the first of its kind for migrants who have already applied for asylum in another European Union member-state. The bloc’s Dublin agreement on such migrants should allow Belgium to deport the migrants to the first EU member they entered.

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Canada: Hundreds of Roxham Road Border Hoppers Don’t Declare Country of Origin

Roxham Road, the problematic route for illegal immigration in Canada continues to cause damage.

During my first visit to Roxham Road in December 2021 following its reopening on November 20, 2021, several hundred illegals were headed to this road to enter Canada. Cabs in the U.S., over time, display transportation to the illegal Roxham Road. The problem with this route really began in 2017 when the Trump administration ended Temporary Protection for Haitians; many feared they would be deported so they headed north to Canada.

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UK: Nearly 3,000 Migrants Have Crossed the Channel in Two Weeks With 253 Arriving on Sunday Amid Calm Conditions at Sea

Hundreds of migrants have been intercepted crossing the English Channel in small boats across the last two days as people smugglers looked to take advantage of calm conditions at sea.

There were 253 migrants detained on Sunday after eight boats were seized — according to official figures from the Ministry of Defence.

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‘We Have a Secure Border in That That is a Priority for Any Nation’: Kamala Harris Claims Southern Border is Sealed in Yet Another Word Salad… Despite Crossings Closing in on Two Million

Vice President Kamala Harris insisted the U.S.-Mexico border is secure in a jumble of words on her ‘Meet the Press’ interview Sunday.

Harris blamed the Trump administration for a ‘broken’ immigration system.

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Texas School Board Fires Teacher Who Told Students Not to Judge Pedophiles

Texas school board voted unanimously to fire a high school teacher after video footage emerged of her telling her students not to judge pedophiles, whom she dubbed “minor attracted persons.”

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5 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/12/2022

  1. THE GATES OF VIENNA HAVE FALLEN

    “Syrian Nights”: groups of migrants dance through downtown Vienna

    These scenes take place in the center of Vienna: videos show a dozen men performing oriental folk dances on Kärntnerstrasse and partially blocking the pedestrian zone. “This isn’t Vienna anymore”, and “What happened to Austria?” comment users.

    https://exxpress.at/syrische-naechte-migrantengruppen-tanzen-durch-die-wiener-innenstadt/

    https://exxpress-at.translate.goog/syrische-naechte-migrantengruppen-tanzen-durch-die-wiener-innenstadt/?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en

  2. Queen’s viewing by public. I will repeat, the Queen wanted a long train ride down the length of the country so millions could line the railway line and pay their last respects rather than trying to get to London and queue for 20 hours. The Queen was a very smart and considerate woman and planned everything meticulously. “New brooms” are sweeping away all that consideration and common sense.

  3. My wife and I waited over 7 hours to pay our respects to President Reagan when he was lying in state on the Lincoln catafalque in the US Capital rotunda.

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