Gates of Vienna News Feed 9/7/2022

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen called for mandatory energy rationing in order to “flatten the curve” of demand. Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron urged French citizens to reduce their energy use to avoid rationing.

In other news, a 19-year-old man went on a shooting spree in Memphis, Tennessee, killing one person and wounding another one.

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Financial Crisis
» Atlanta Fed Slashes Q3 GDP Estimate After Ism, BLS Data
» Bank of Canada Hikes 75bps as Expected, Warns Rates “Will Need to Rise Further” Given Inflation
» Germany Reverts Back to Coal Burning and Announces Continuance of Nuclear Operations to Accommodate Soaring Energy Prices
» Inflation Now Causing Hardship for Majority in US: Gallup
» Poilievre Blames Justinflation for Bank of Canada Rate Hike
 
USA
» 1776 Project Campaigns to Stop ‘Radical’ Critical Race Theory: ‘Education is a Fine Line’ For Parents
» 2 Texas Officers Suspended Amid Investigation Into Their Actions During Uvalde Shooting
» Arizona Man Shot in the Head at Family Party Credits His Concealed Carry for Saving Lives: ‘Would Have Died’
» Bannon Says Expects to be Charged in New York Criminal Case, Reportedly Again Over Wall Fundraising
» Biden Approval With Independents at 29%, GOP Voters More Enthusiastic: Poll
» Breaking: Judge Allows Elon Musk to Include Whistleblower Claims in Twitter Court Case
» Breaking: Project Veritas Busts Democrat US Senate Candidate Saying Treat White People ‘Like S**t’
» California Teachers Union Caught ‘Monitoring’ Parents Who Advocated School Reopening
» Chicago Reporter Sues Mayor Lori Lightfoot as City Pulls His Press Credentials Following Combative Exchanges
» Eliza Fletcher’s Suspected Killer Cleotha Henderson Served 20 Years of a 24-Year Sentence, Here’s Why
» Eric Adams Increases Restrictions on New Yorkers’ Right to Buy Firearms
» Former FBI Boss Warns Prosecutor Might See Trump Search Warrant Tossed Out Entirely
» IRS Official in Charge of 87,000 New Agents Played Key Role in Obama-Era Targeting Scandal
» Jewish Leaders Concerned About ‘Sensitive Places’ Provision in NY Firearm Permit
» Live Updates: Man on Shooting Spree in Memphis, Police Say
» Maryland County to Enforce Youth Curfew After “Armed and Dangerous Children” Spark Murderous Month
» Men Robbed Undercover Officer Before Fatal Woodbridge Police Shooting: Police
» New Peer-Reviewed Study Finds Risk of Serious Side Effects to mRNA COVID Vaccines
» Police Serve Search Warrant at Home of Clark County Official in Connection With Stabbing Death of Reporter
» Rockefeller Foundation & Behavioral Psychologists Target Anti-Vaxxers
» Rumble Sets New Record of 78 Million Monthly Active Users
» Watch: Hillary Clinton Confirms She Will Never Run for President Ever Again
» Watch: White House Defends Biden and Social Media Companies Censoring Americans
» White House Press Secretary Calls Nord Stream 1 Pipeline “Nordstrom 1”
 
Canada
» Canadian Police Arrest 2nd Suspect in Deadly Stabbing Rampage; Had Been Paroled for Previous Violent Crimes
» Doctor Says ‘Normal’ is for the ‘Far-Right’
» Hate Crimes Against Catholics Up 260% From the Previous Year
» Legault Will Not Rule Out Reimposing Vaccine Passports
» Liberal Fertilizer Targets Impose “Significant Costs” to Crop Production: Report
» Myles Sanderson, Suspect in Saskatchewan Stabbing Rampage, Taken Into Custody
» Rowan: I Crossed the Border Using Trudeau’s Blackface Photos
 
Europe and the EU
» Breaking: Multiple People Dead After Hostage Crisis in Marseille, France
» Does Europe Need Coal to Survive?
» Former Swedish Minister Warns Energy Crisis Could be ‘Far Greater’ Than Both Pandemic and 2008 Financial Crisis
» France: 2 Teens Beaten After Attending Church Service, Aggressors Shouted Anti-Christian and Anti-White Slurs
» Macron’s Accusation of Warmongering Causes Outrage in Poland
» New Normal: EU President Calls for ‘Mandatory’ Energy Rationing to ‘Flatten the Curve’ of Demand
» Running Out of Ideas: Macron Pleads With French to Use Less Energy to Avoid Rationing
» Sexton Rips EU President for Telling People They Need to Reduce Their Electricity Usage to ‘Flatten the Curve’
» Swiss Face Up to 3 Years in Prison for Violating Heating Rules
» UK: No Country for White Men
» Wealthy EU Politician Who Demands Sacrifices From Europeans Over Ukraine War Renovated His Luxury Home With €327,784 of Taxpayers’ Money
 
Russia
» Russian State Energy Company Taunts Europe for Impending Winter Gas Shortages
» Ukraine War: Top Russian Official Loses Legs in Car Bombing
» War or Peace? The Future of Transnistria
 
South Asia
» Pakistan Blocked YouTube to Suppress Imran Khan Speech
 
Australia — Pacific
» Ambulance Victoria Spends $760,000 on ‘Diversity and Inclusion’ Roles After 33 Died Waiting for Help
 
Immigration
» Chicago Receives Another Group of Migrants From Texas
» Czech Interior Minister: Erdogan Has Opened the Floodgates. He is Letting the Syrians in Our Country
» ‘Europe and Hungary Must be Protected From Mass Immigration’ — Hungary Extends Migration Emergency Until March 2023 as Crisis Unfolds at Border
» Greek Coast Guard Rescues 61 Illegal Immigrants; 23 Children
» Sweden’s Anti-Immigration Party Continues Poll Surge Just Days Before Election
» Up to 60,000 Illegal Immigrants Projected to Cross English Channel in 2022
 
Culture Wars
» Canada: Green Party Interim Leader Feels ‘Hurt and Isolated’ After Being Accidentally ‘Misgendered’
» Christian Group Wins Case on ObamaCare Requirement on HIV Prevention Drugs
» Michigan Judge Rules 1931 Law Criminalizing Abortion is Unconstitutional
» Not Enough LGBT Events? UK City to Introduce Another Pride March Just for Trans People
» Oklahoma Bathroom Law Challenged in Federal Lawsuit
» Poll: More Than 1 in 5 Democrats Believe Men Can Get Pregnant
» UK: ‘P*ssed Off Trannies’ Stage ‘P*ss in’ Outside of London’s Equality and Human Rights Commission
» Wisconsin School District Sued for Violating Parents’ Rights With Gender Identity Policy
» YouTube Announces Deletion of Over 120,000 Videos for “Misinformation”
 

Atlanta Fed Slashes Q3 GDP Estimate After Ism, BLS Data

The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow model estimate for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) in the third quarter of 2022 is 1.4 percent on September 7, down from 2.6 percent on September 1.

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

Bank of Canada Hikes 75bps as Expected, Warns Rates “Will Need to Rise Further” Given Inflation

As expected, and ahead of a potential 75bps rate hike by the ECB tomorrow and the Fed later this month, moments ago the Bank of Canada hiked rates by 75bps as expected, lifting the overnight rate to 3.25% — the highest policy rate among major advanced economies — with the fourth consecutive outsized (more than 25bps) rate hike, and warning that “given the outlook for inflation, the Governing Council still judges that the policy interest rate will need to rise further.”

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

Germany Reverts Back to Coal Burning and Announces Continuance of Nuclear Operations to Accommodate Soaring Energy Prices

Germany has reverted to burning coal and will keep two nuclear plants slated for closure running to accommodate the soaring price of energy, according to a statement from German Economic Minister Robert Habeck.

The country imported roughly 55% of its gas from Russia prior to the invasion of Ukraine and has reduced its dependence to 35% due to sanctions on Russian resources. The country originally planned to shut down its three remaining nuclear plants in a bid to shift to renewable energy in line with the country’s environmental goals.

The two remaining nuclear plants, Isar 2 and Neckarwestheim, will remain open to provide the shortfall in electricity, which has been stretched to the limit.

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

Inflation Now Causing Hardship for Majority in US: Gallup

By Jeffrey Jones of Gallup

A majority of Americans, 56%, now say price increases are causing financial hardship for their household, up from 49% in January and 45% in November.

The latest reading includes 12% who describe the hardship as severe and 44% as moderate.

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

Poilievre Blames Justinflation for Bank of Canada Rate Hike

On Wednesday, the Bank of Canada raised interest rates by 0.75 percent to 3.25 percent, bringing them to a 14-year high.

Following the announcement, Conservative Party leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre blamed the rate hike on “Justinflation,” and promised to do better if elected leader.

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

1776 Project Campaigns to Stop ‘Radical’ Critical Race Theory: ‘Education is a Fine Line’ For Parents

Project 1776 founder Ryan Girdusky is vowing to push back against “woke” critical race theory rhetoric in public education, arguing the controversial curriculum is indoctrinating young children to be conscious of their race as well as the race of others.

“I started the 1776 project because, like many Americans throughout 2020, my family’s children were going to school virtually,” he said during Brian Kilmeade’s radio show Wednesday.

“Parents, for the first time, got to be in the classroom with kids… [and] the administrators were pushing very radical things on policing. My nine-year-old godson was forced to read a book called ‘Race Cars’ about how police only target black cars, not white cars, and teaching about police profiling to very, very young children and implanting this idea in their head.

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

2 Texas Officers Suspended Amid Investigation Into Their Actions During Uvalde Shooting

Two officers from the Texas Department of Public Safety have been suspended with pay amid a review of the agency’s role in the bungled response to the May 24 school shooting in Uvalde.

Those officers, as well as three others, have been referred to the agency’s inspector general’s office for a formal investigation into their actions surrounding the massacre at Robb Elementary School that left 19 children and two teachers dead, the Austin American-Statesman, part of the USA TODAY Network, has learned.

The investigation into the actions of the officers, who were identified as part of a review that the DPS announced in July, will help the agency’s inspector general’s office to determine if any policy violations happened, as well as any violation of training, and what disciplinary actions those officers should face, DPS spokesman Travis Considine said Tuesday.

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

Arizona Man Shot in the Head at Family Party Credits His Concealed Carry for Saving Lives: ‘Would Have Died’

An Arizona man who was shot in the head while attending a Fourth of July party with his family this summer is speaking out about how he was able to thwart the shooter from killing more people with his concealed carry firearm.

“My back was turned. I heard the first gunshot and that’s what made me, kind of turn my head … But by the time I even was able to look and see what was going on, a bullet already had struck the side of my face,” Raul Mendez recounted to Fox News Digital in a phone interview Tuesday.

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

Bannon Says Expects to be Charged in New York Criminal Case, Reportedly Again Over Wall Fundraising

Former Trump White House strategist Steve Bannon said he expects to be charged in a New York criminal case, reportedly related to his fundraising attempt to build the southern border wall.

Bannon, 68, plans to surrender Thursday, multiple media outlets report.

Bannon on Tuesday said Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg “has now decided to pursue phony charges against me 60 days before the midterm election.” He claimed the Democratic prosecutor targeted him because of his popularity within the MAGA movement, The Associated Press stated.

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

Biden Approval With Independents at 29%, GOP Voters More Enthusiastic: Poll

A recent survey shows President Joe Biden’s approval rating among independents to be at an extraordinarily low level while Republican voters show more enthusiasm to vote ahead of the midterms.

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

Breaking: Judge Allows Elon Musk to Include Whistleblower Claims in Twitter Court Case

A court filing released on Wednesday has revealed that a Delaware court has denied SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s request to delay the trial that to his attempt to pull out of his Twitter buyout deal.

According to CNBC, who viewed the documents, the court also ruled that Musk will be able to add in claims from a Twitter whistleblower to his countersuit against the popular social media platform.

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

Breaking: Project Veritas Busts Democrat US Senate Candidate Saying Treat White People ‘Like S**t’

In a newly-released video from the investigative group Project Veritas, South Carolina state representative and candidate for US Senate, Krystle Matthews, was captured telling an undercover journalist that it’s key to treat white people “like s**t.”

The Democrat politician unknowingly met with a reporter from Project Veritas, who recorded her with a hidden camera espousing some extreme views.

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

California Teachers Union Caught ‘Monitoring’ Parents Who Advocated School Reopening

California’s statewide teachers union undermined White House talking points that redirect blame to Republicans for COVID-19 school closures that erased two decades of progress on math and reading scores and worsened racial learning gaps.

Public records posted by grassroots group Reopen California Schools show the California Teachers Association (CTA) launched a research effort in spring 2021, in coordination with allied parents, to sniff out the “ideological leaning” of funding sources for the Parent Association, which had sued to reopen schools that February.

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

Chicago Reporter Sues Mayor Lori Lightfoot as City Pulls His Press Credentials Following Combative Exchanges

A Chicago reporter filed a federal lawsuit against Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown after his press credentials were revoked.

The suit, filed by journalist William J. Kelly to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in late August, alleges Lightfoot and Brown are violating his First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment rights, saying, “They have done this for the most cynical and contemptible reason that can be imagined, to prevent Lightfoot from being questioned about their failures in the performance of the public offices they currently occupy.”

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

Eliza Fletcher’s Suspected Killer Cleotha Henderson Served 20 Years of a 24-Year Sentence, Here’s Why

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis murder suspect Cleotha Henderson served roughly 20 years of a 24-year sentence in state prison after the May 2000 abduction and robbery of the attorney Kemper Durand — but he was never granted parole, according to authorities and court records.

Henderson’s sentencing documents noted that the court ordered him to serve “100%” of his 24-year sentence due to his violent criminal past under the Sentence Reform Act of 1989. His juvenile rap sheet already included five charges of aggravated assault, a rape charge after he turned 14, and the gunpoint kidnapping of Durand when he was 16.

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

Eric Adams Increases Restrictions on New Yorkers’ Right to Buy Firearms

New York City Democratic Mayor Eric Adams has pledged to enact door-to-door investigations, including knocking on the doors of applicant’s neighbors, before issuing gun permits to Big Apple residents.

As part of New York’s new gun safety law, NYPD officers will knock on neighbors’ doors as part of the background check investigation requirements of potential gun permit holders.

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

Former FBI Boss Warns Prosecutor Might See Trump Search Warrant Tossed Out Entirely

The FBI warrant to search former President Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago may be thrown out entirely in court, according to former FBI boss Kevin Brock.

News broke over Labor Day weekend that Trump had been granted a legal win when a federal judge ordered a special master to review the documents seized from Trump’s home.

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

IRS Official in Charge of 87,000 New Agents Played Key Role in Obama-Era Targeting Scandal

Authored by Fred Lucas via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours)

House Republicans say they will keep a “watchful eye” on the Internal Revenue Service official tapped to run the centralized office housing 87,000 incoming new agents because she has ties to the IRS’ targeting of tea party groups during the Obama administration.

The Daily Signal first reported that IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig had appointed Nikole Flax, commissioner in charge of the IRS’ Large Business & International Division, to lead the establishment of the agency’s centralized office.

In 2014, Flax was among seven IRS employees who said their computers had crashed, making it impossible for them to provide information sought by the House Ways and Means Committee in investigating the agency’s targeting of tea party and other conservative groups.

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

Jewish Leaders Concerned About ‘Sensitive Places’ Provision in NY Firearm Permit

Jewish groups in New York are concerned that the Empire State’s new ban on firearms in “sensitive places” will put congregants at risk.

Tzvi Waldman, the founder of the New York State Jewish Gun Club, told News 12 that the provision in the state’s pistol permit law “is going to create more disaster,” adding, “We should be able to protect ourselves.”

The law was passed by the state legislature in July in response to a June decision by the US Supreme Court that struck down a law regulating gun ownership in the state. The new law went into effect last week and is drawing multiple legal challenges, with opponents arguing it puts too many restrictions on where people have a right to carry guns.

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

Live Updates: Man on Shooting Spree in Memphis, Police Say

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — UPDATE 7:36 P.M.

Memphis Police said the 19-year-old man wanted for multiple shootings in the city is now believed to be in a grey Toyota SUV.

Original Story:

An armed and dangerous man is going around Memphis shooting people, according to Memphis Police.

Police said this is the 19-year-old man responsible for the shooting spree in Memphis on Wednesday, September 7.

[…]

At least two shootings had been reported in Memphis as of 7 p.m., a deadly shooting at a BP gas station on South Parkway and a woman who was critically injured after being shot on Norris Road near I-240.

Memphis Police tweeted around 7 p.m. alerting the public.

The man is allegedly driving a blue or silver Infiniti car and recording himself shooting people on Facebook live, police said.

Police do not have any exact location for this man at this time.

Memphis Police said that the Infiniti he is in reportedly has a red dealer tag and a rear window busted out.

If you have any information who this man is or where he may be, call 911 immediately.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Maryland County to Enforce Youth Curfew After “Armed and Dangerous Children” Spark Murderous Month

A county in Maryland near Washington, D.C., just recorded the deadliest month in decades. Local government officials are fed up with the surge in violent crime and announced a curfew for young people, which will last for a month, according to The Washington Times.

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks held a press conference Monday about the new curfew would begin next weekend and last for 30 days. Anyone under 17 will be forbidden from public areas between 10 pm and 5 am on weeknights unless escorted by a parent. On weekends the curfew begins at midnight and will be enforced by police.

Alsobrooks’ announcement comes as county police investigated 24 killings in August alone, a record high.

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

Men Robbed Undercover Officer Before Fatal Woodbridge Police Shooting: Police

Jaiden Carter, 19, was fatally shot on Fox Glove Court. Shane Dareon Pollard, 30, and Jalil Michael Turner, 18, are now charged with robbery resulting in a death. Police say the men met an undercover detective to buy “a large quantity of suspected fentanyl pills” and an least one gun, and then robbed him

Prince William County police released new information Wednesday on what preceded the shooting involving police in a neighborhood of Woodbridge, Virginia, that left a 19-year-old man dead and another man injured.

Police say three men met an undercover detective to buy “a large quantity of suspected fentanyl pills” and an least one gun, and then robbed him. The two men who survived are now charged with robbery resulting in a death.

Jaiden Carter, of Woodbridge, died Sunday after he was shot Thursday evening in the 14700 block of Fox Glove Court. County police said a shootout erupted during a police operation involving their officers, the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Manassas police.

A lawyer for Carter’s family said Monday that police were not justified in opening fire. He released video from a neighbor’s home surveillance camera that appears to show the men’s encounter with police.

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

New Peer-Reviewed Study Finds Risk of Serious Side Effects to mRNA COVID Vaccines

(LifeSiteNews) — The mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna under former President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed initiative are associated with an “excess risk of serious adverse events” (SAEs), according to a peer-reviewed study published August 31 in Vaccine, the official journal of the Japanese Society for Vaccinology.

The study, conducted by researchers from Stanford, UCLA, and the University of Maryland, analyzed the vaccines’ randomized clinical trials for serious adverse events, including myocarditis/pericarditis, kidney or liver injury, respiratory distress, hyperglycemia, pancreatitis, and more.

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

Police Serve Search Warrant at Home of Clark County Official in Connection With Stabbing Death of Reporter

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department are serving a search warrant Wednesday morning at the home of a Clark County official in connection with the stabbing death of a local newspaper reporter.

A FOX5 photographer captured photos as police were at a home located in the Peccole Ranch area in the west Las Vegas Valley. According to the Clark County Assessor’s office, the home is registered to Robert Telles.

Telles currently serves as Clark County Public Administrator, according to the county’s website.

Las Vegas police said previously that Jeff German, 69, was found stabbed to death outside his home after authorities received a 911 call.

The Clark County Coroner’s office stated that German died of “multiple sharp force injuries” in a homicide.

German had previously written a series of reports about Telles during his re-election bid, reports that did not put Telles in a favorable light. Telles lost the bid for re-election.

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Rockefeller Foundation & Behavioral Psychologists Target Anti-Vaxxers

The Rockefeller Foundation, built from the wealth and power of oil baron John D. Rockefeller, has given more than $14 billion in grants to various causes surrounding pharmaceuticals, tech, and energy.

The Rockefeller Foundation is now spending millions of dollars to psychologically manipulate 17 countries into receiving the COVID vaccine.

The National Science Foundation, a U.S. Government science foundation just received a three-year multi-million dollar grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to launch the Mercury Project.

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

Rumble Sets New Record of 78 Million Monthly Active Users

Video sharing platform Rumble reached a record 78 million monthly active users (MAUs) in August — a 77% year-on-year increase.

The platform also reported a record 63 million monthly active users in the US and Canada in August. This represents a 103% year-on-year increase.

Rumble said a substantial portion of this growth came from users in the 18-24 year old “Gen Z” age group.

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

Watch: Hillary Clinton Confirms She Will Never Run for President Ever Again

Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times

Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she won’t be running for president in 2024 or ever again.

When asked by a CBS News reporter on Tuesday night whether she would run for president again, Clinton stated: “No, no.”

“But I’m gonna do everything I can to make sure that we have a president who respects our democracy and the rule of law and upholds our institutions,” the longtime Democrat and wife of former President Bill Clinton continued while criticizing former President Donald Trump, who defeated her in 2016.

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

Watch: White House Defends Biden and Social Media Companies Censoring Americans

During Wednesday’s White House press conference, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded to questions regarding a recent federal judge-issued order that demands the administration turn over communications with social media platforms regarding misinformation and censorship.

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

White House Press Secretary Calls Nord Stream 1 Pipeline “Nordstrom 1”

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was caught in an embarrassing moment when she expressed outrage at Vladimir Putin shutting down the “Nordstrom 1” pipeline.

Well, this is awkward.

Amidst an energy crisis that has already prompted Europeans to take to the streets in Prague and German cities over the last few days, Russia shut down the Nord Stream 1 pipeline on Monday and said it wouldn’t be re-opened until western sanctions were removed.

Addressing the issue, Karine Jean-Pierre confused the pipeline with Nordstrom, an American luxury department store chain headquartered in Seattle.

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

Canadian Police Arrest 2nd Suspect in Deadly Stabbing Rampage; Had Been Paroled for Previous Violent Crimes

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Myles Sanderson, 32, was located near the town of Rosthern in Saskatchewan around 3:30 p.m. local time. An official familiar with the matter said Sanderson’s vehicle was rammed by police and he surrendered.

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

Doctor Says ‘Normal’ is for the ‘Far-Right’

People who want to return to a “normal” life are on the “far-right” of the political spectrum, according to a doctor who appeared on The Agenda.

Agenda host Steve Paiken asked Dr. Kaplan-Myrth what to make of people, including politicians, who say it’s time to get back to a life free from COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates.

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

Hate Crimes Against Catholics Up 260% From the Previous Year

Newly compiled Statistics Canada data demonstrates that religiously-motivated hate crimes increased 67 per cent from 2020, but Catholics, by a large margin, bore the brunt of last year’s spate of bigoted attacks. The next most targeted religious minority were Muslims at a 71 per cent increase.

Recently, Prime Minister Trudeau announced $100-million in funding over five years to combat hate against sexual minorities in Canada, which saw a 64 per cent increase in hate crimes year-over-year.

Last year, 69 churches were either burned or vandalized across Canada in the wake of an announcement of recently discovered alleged graves in a Catholic-run residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia.

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

Legault Will Not Rule Out Reimposing Vaccine Passports

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is refusing to commit to never reimposing vaccine passports on Quebecers if he is re-elected premier on Oct. 3.

The Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) leader made the comments while taking part in Radio Canada’s “Cinq chefs, une election” TV special, which featured back-to-back interviews with Quebec’s five major party leaders.

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

Liberal Fertilizer Targets Impose “Significant Costs” to Crop Production: Report

Farming industry leaders are saying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 30% emission reduction target for fertilizer by 2030 is unachievable and would impose “significant costs” on crop production.

On Wednesday, Fertilizer Canada and the Canola Council of Canada co-published an analysis of the Liberal climate plan for the agricultural industry.

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

Myles Sanderson, Suspect in Saskatchewan Stabbing Rampage, Taken Into Custody

Myles Sanderson, wanted in a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan, has been found and taken into police custody.

Sanderson, wanted since Sunday, was located and taken into custody near Rosthern, Sask., at about 3:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday, RCMP say. Rosthern is about an hour southwest of the James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon, where a slew of stabbings beginning in the early hours Sunday left a total of 11 people dead.

Brian “Buggy” Burns got the call just hours after he sat through an emotional press conference where his family spoke of the “heroes” lost to violence in the early hours Sunday, including his wife and son.

He drove out to where the RCMP had made the arrest, Burns said in a message to the Star. A photo he took shows a half-dozen squad cars clustered in a ditch alongside a highway.

“I shook their hands said you guys did a great job from start to finish,” he said. His wife, Bonnie Goodvoice-Burns, 48, had died trying to protect their children. His son Greg “Jonesy” Burns, 28, was also killed. His younger son was stabbed in the neck, but lived.

The news brought badly needed relief to a tightknit community where few have been untouched by the violence. For four days the police hunted for Sanderson.

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Rowan: I Crossed the Border Using Trudeau’s Blackface Photos

By: Rowan Czech-Maurice

Upon my return to Canada after the Labour Day weekend, I uploaded a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing his grotesque blackface costume instead of the required vaccine documents.

This image was accepted. The Border Services Offer asked no questions, nor did he challenge the inadequate proof of my vaccination status.

The governing Trudeau Liberals tout the ArriveCAN app as a tool to facilitate expedited and modernized cross-border travel in the COVID era. Yet, it’s been a source of controversy, scorn and ridicule since its inception in April 2020.

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

Breaking: Multiple People Dead After Hostage Crisis in Marseille, France

TRAGIC news coming out of France’s Marseille on Wednesday, September 7 after a hostage situation took place which ended in the death of two people.

The incident happened on the rue des Phocéens, Marseille, went police were called to intervene after a man was spotted with a bloodstained knife in what has been described locally as a hostage situation.

French police and emergency services found a young girl slightly injured, two other children unharmed, a woman dead and another seriously injured, who later died of her injuries.

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

Does Europe Need Coal to Survive?

The war in Ukraine has unleashed a cascade of negative consequences in Europe’s energy sector. Sanctions on gas, coal, and oil are potentially the most painful for Russia, but for the EU as well.

Part of the answer to this energy crisis is coal, the dirty fossil fuel that Europe is trying to phase out, according to a Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) report released during the Karpacz Economic Forum, an annual event some refer to as Central and Eastern Europe’s answer to Davos. The forum, which has been held every year for 31 years, serves as a venue for the exchange of ideas and opinions of key policymakers and experts from the region and beyond.

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

Former Swedish Minister Warns Energy Crisis Could be ‘Far Greater’ Than Both Pandemic and 2008 Financial Crisis

A former Swedish finance minister has warned that the shutdown of the Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline by Russia could lead to a crisis worse than both the pandemic and the 2008 financial crisis.

Anders Borg, a former Swedish finance Minister, is said he is concerned about the effect the shutdown will have on not just Europe but the global economy overall. “There are two serious risks. One is that Russia escalates and keeps the gas shut off and perhaps also takes action against the oil market. The other risk is of course that we will have an acute energy shortage in Germany. Their central bank has said that perhaps 65-85 per cent of the energy-intensive industry may have to be closed over the winter,” Borg said.

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France: 2 Teens Beaten After Attending Church Service, Aggressors Shouted Anti-Christian and Anti-White Slurs

Two unnamed underage perpetrators face criminal charges in France for attacking a 15-year-old boy and 17-year-old girl on Sunday after the victims attended a Church service in Rambouillet, on the outskirts of Paris.

Police say the alleged perpetrators assaulted the two young people in front of the Sainte Bernadette Church in Rambouillet, promising to “kill” them and screaming “dirty Christians” as they punched them severed times. The victims’ mother was still inside the church when the two teens were targeted.

According to CNews journalist Amaury Bucco, the perpetrators also yelled “dirty Whites,” during the assault.

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Macron’s Accusation of Warmongering Causes Outrage in Poland

Macron’s remarks in which he argued for maintaining dialog with Russia appear to have been made soon after the recent visit to Paris by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

Both senior MEP from Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Jacek Saryusz-Wolski and a British security expert have interpreted President Macron’s remarks on warmongers as pointing the finger at Poland and the Baltic states.

The French president asked rhetorically if it was a good idea for Turkey to be the only power to maintain lines of communication with Moscow. At the same time, Macron assured that France would continue to give military and humanitarian support to Ukraine. However, he argued that it was critical to maintain European unity when faced with a long conflict in Ukraine.

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New Normal: EU President Calls for ‘Mandatory’ Energy Rationing to ‘Flatten the Curve’ of Demand

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has called for the implementation of “mandatory” energy rationing throughout the EU during peak hours in order to “flatten the curve” of demand amid the largely self-inflicted energy crisis befalling the bloc.

In a stunningly poor public relations move, EU President Ursula von der Leyen harkened back to the early days of the Chinese coronavirus crisis when citizens across the world were told to accept a brief period of lockdowns to “flatten the curve” of Covid infections, though this ultimately proved false, with two weeks quickly turning into over two years of restrictions for many across Europe and beyond.

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Running Out of Ideas: Macron Pleads With French to Use Less Energy to Avoid Rationing

French President Emmanuel Macron has pleaded with the general public to use less energy so that he will not be forced to ration energy.

France’s embattled President Emmanuel Macron has asked the public to ration their energy use voluntarily, with the head of state claiming that them doing so may avert the need to ration energy officially by government order in the country over the winter months.

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Sexton Rips EU President for Telling People They Need to Reduce Their Electricity Usage to ‘Flatten the Curve’

The European Union’s leader’s announcement that she plans to unveil a “flatten the curve” strategy to combat a burgeoning energy crisis is proof the global left’s COVID-19 lockdown orders were a “test run” for government control, former CIA officer Buck Sexton said Wednesday.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, a member of Germany’s centrist Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Party, made the announcement earlier this week during a press conference.

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Swiss Face Up to 3 Years in Prison for Violating Heating Rules

People in Switzerland who violate the country’s new heating rules which forbid setting the temperature above 19°C (66.2F) in the colder months will face up to three years in prison.

Yes, really.

Under the new rules, buildings that use gas heating systems are restricted to 19°C, while hot water can only be heated up to 60°C and radiant heaters are banned entirely.

It will also be forbidden to heat swimming polls and saunas.

Depending on the severity of the violation and the individual’s economic situation, fines will range from 30 to 3,000 Swiss francs ($30 to $3,050), while people could also be imprisoned for up to three years.

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UK: No Country for White Men

For the first time in British history, no Great Office of State will be held by a white man.

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Wealthy EU Politician Who Demands Sacrifices From Europeans Over Ukraine War Renovated His Luxury Home With €327,784 of Taxpayers’ Money

Guy Verhofstadt is known as one of the left’s most voraciously anti-Hungarian and anti-Polish politicians at the EU level, but as of late, he has become one of the biggest voices in support of economic sanctions against Russia that are increasingly sparking an energy and economic crisis in Europe.

Just a few days ago, he posted on his official Twitter page that he is demanding additional sanctions against Russia in the field of energy. In Brussels, many of the bloc’s top politicians and officials believe this sacrifice must be made, even if it requires savings from all citizens of the union.

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Russian State Energy Company Taunts Europe for Impending Winter Gas Shortages

Russia’s state energy company Gazprom released a video on Monday titled “And Winter Will Be Big.” The short presentation shows European cities freezing over, with occasional cuts to useless windmills and solar panels, while a mournful song plays in the background.

Fans of the Russian government left YouTube comments praising the video as a masterful act of trolling. Gazprom shut down the flow of gas into Germany through its Nord Stream 1 pipeline last week, leaving the Europeans in a state of mounting panic as frigid winter temperatures approach. Gazprom’s taunting video was essentially a funeral dirge in advance.

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Ukraine War: Top Russian Official Loses Legs in Car Bombing

A top Russia-installed official in occupied southern Ukraine lost both his legs but survived an assassination attempt, according to Kremlin-controlled media outlets.

Artyom Bardin, the Russia-appointed head of Berdyansk on the Black Sea, was in a serious but stable condition after a car bombing, a health official in the city told the RIA Novosti news agency.

He had suffered the “explosive amputation of his legs and great blood loss”, a second Russian official was quoted as saying by state-controlled news agency Tass.

Footage from the scene showed Mr Bardin’s car charred and mangled from what appeared to be a powerful explosion that scattered debris all over the street.

He was the latest pro-Russian official in occupied Ukraine targeted in a flurry of attacks on collaborators in what the Ukrainian government has hailed as the work of partisans behind enemy lines.

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War or Peace? The Future of Transnistria

The war is getting closer to Transnistria every day, but the region — a self-proclaimed republic with Russian backing — is still calm and life goes on as usual. However, several threats are on the horizon. Is Transnistria the first country to which war will spill over? We visited this almost forgotten part of Eastern Europe where the Soviet heritage is still visible and present.

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Pakistan Blocked YouTube to Suppress Imran Khan Speech

Pakistan turned off access to YouTube ahead of PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s address during his party’s rally in Peshawar.

Moments before Khan began his speech, many viewers took to Twitter to complain about YouTube not loading for them. The hashtag #YouTubeDown quickly began to trend in the country.

Internet downtime tracker NetBlocks was also about to confirm the blocking of YouTube in the region.

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Ambulance Victoria Spends $760,000 on ‘Diversity and Inclusion’ Roles After 33 Died Waiting for Help

Victoria’s Labor government has come under fire after it was revealed the state’s ambulance service spent $760,000 on hiring ‘diversity and inclusion’ officers after at least 33 Victorians died waiting for paramedics.

An independent report released over the weekend linked triple-zero and ambulance delays to 33 deaths in the past few months, while a former chair of the emergency service claims he was ‘pressured to resign’ after asking for a new funding model in 2015.

Ambulance Victoria advertised for six senior diversity positions in their ranks, with all but one role offering salaries above $100,000.

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Chicago Receives Another Group of Migrants From Texas

Another bus of asylum-seeking migrants from Texas arrived in Chicago Wednesday, continuing a practice from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott that has sent migrants arriving in Texas to Washington, D.C., New York City and Chicago.

City officials said they are in communication with community organizations as well as state and county officials to provide emergency shelter and connection to necessary services.

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Czech Interior Minister: Erdogan Has Opened the Floodgates. He is Letting the Syrians in Our Country

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a presidential election ahead of him, so he is opening the way to Europe for Syrians who have been staying in Turkey for a long time, said Czech Minister of the Interior Vit Rakusan during a meeting of the Czech Parliament on Tuesday. He added that he would meet with Slovak and German partners to address the crisis.

“Erdogan is letting Syrians in here right now before the presidential elections in Turkey. He opens the way to Europe,” said Rakusan in the Chamber of Deputies regarding the wave of Syrian refugees.

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‘Europe and Hungary Must be Protected From Mass Immigration’ — Hungary Extends Migration Emergency Until March 2023 as Crisis Unfolds at Border

Due to the increased pressure on Hungary’s southern border, the government has extended the current migration emergency until March 7, 2023, the cabinet told national news agency MTI.

This year, more than 162,000 border violators have already been apprehended at the Hungarian border, compared to around 60,000 in the same period last year. This means that almost 100,000 more migrants tried to enter Hungary illegally in one year, while the number of people smugglers doubled compared to the same period of the previous year.

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Greek Coast Guard Rescues 61 Illegal Immigrants; 23 Children

The Greek Coast Guard has rescued a total of 61 undocumented migrants, who were found on a vessel sailing adrift in the sea region south of Heraklion, Crete.

According to authorities they were transferred to the indoor gym at Moires, in the municipality of Phaestos.

Police sources confirm that among the migrants were 23 children and 10 women.

Thirty eight of the foreign nationals said they were Syrians, 21 Lebanese and two Palestinians.

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Sweden’s Anti-Immigration Party Continues Poll Surge Just Days Before Election

The Sweden Democrats, known for their harsh stance against immigration, continue their poll surge with just four days until voters choose their new government, according to data from DN/Ipsos.

The poll shows that the Swedish Democrats have increased 1.4 percentage points since the last survey, rising to 22.2 percent, the highest result of the party from Ipsos since February 2020, before the Covid-19 pandemic. At the end of August 2018, the Swedish Democrats received just over 16 percent in ipsos, to land on an election result of 17.5 percent.

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Up to 60,000 Illegal Immigrants Projected to Cross English Channel in 2022

In this report, I’m back at the docks of Dover, where more illegal migrants have made the treacherous journey into England across the English Channel, chauffeured by Border Force vessels and Royal National Lifeboat Institution lifeboats.

The illegal immigration issue in the U.K. has spiralled out of control. The government is not taking drastic action to prevent the boats from arriving in England. Deportation is a less likely scenario than acquiring different incentives from the system in England, resulting in the majority of migrants being 18 to 39-year-olds making their way over in droves to take advantage of the system.

It is reported that 30-40% of the illegals making their way across the channel are actually from Albania, a country that hasn’t seen war in decades.

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Canada: Green Party Interim Leader Feels ‘Hurt and Isolated’ After Being Accidentally ‘Misgendered’

On Saturday, the Green Party of Canada kicked off their leadership contest with a virtual public media event. When interim leader Amita Kuttner logged on to join the event via Zoom, Kuttner was shocked to discover that “she/elle” had been added beside Kuttner’s name.

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Christian Group Wins Case on ObamaCare Requirement on HIV Prevention Drugs

A Texas federal judge sided Wednesday with a group of Christian employers in the state who argued that the Affordable Care Act’s requirement to offer insurance plans covering HIV prevention drugs, known as PrEP, violates their religious freedom.

The group argues that covering those services “violates their religious beliefs by making them complicit in facilitating homosexual behavior, drug use, and sexual activity outside of marriage between one man and one woman,” said federal district court Judge Reed O’Connor, who is presiding over the case.

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Michigan Judge Rules 1931 Law Criminalizing Abortion is Unconstitutional

A Michigan judge has struck down the state’s 1931 law banning abortions months after suspending it.

Michigan Court of Claims Judge Elizabeth Gleicher on Wednesday ruled that the 1931 law criminalizing most abortions is unconstitutional.

Separately, the Michigan Supreme Court still is considering whether to place a proposed amendment on the Nov. 8 ballot that would add abortion rights to the state constitution.

The 1931 law makes it a crime to perform abortions unless the life of the mother is in danger.

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Not Enough LGBT Events? UK City to Introduce Another Pride March Just for Trans People

Not content with the existing state of LGBT days, weeks, and months already available, a transgender activist group to organise yet another Pride day, just for trans people, in England’s second city.

“The primary need for a separate Trans pride event lies in the fact that trans and non-binary people face vastly different challenges in society compared to people with different sexualities,” said Trans Pride Birmingham co-founder Adam Khan in comments to BirminghamLive.

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Oklahoma Bathroom Law Challenged in Federal Lawsuit

Civil rights groups filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of three transgender Oklahoma schoolchildren, arguing the state’s new law requiring students use only the bathroom of the sex listed on their birth certificate is unconstitutional.

The lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City lists the State Department of Education and its board members, Superintendent Joy Hofmeister, Attorney General John O’Connor and three school districts as defendants.

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Poll: More Than 1 in 5 Democrats Believe Men Can Get Pregnant

If your phone rang today and a pollster was on the line, how likely would you be to tell them that you agree with the statement, “some men can get pregnant?” If you’re being honest and haven’t recently run short of some important medications prescribed by your mental health professional, the odds are that you’re going to disagree. And if you’re approaching the question in a fashion anywhere near where I’m coming from, you would expect the total number of people who would agree with that statement would be somewhere in the low single digits. But that’s not what the polling firm WPA Intelligence found in a survey conducted toward the end of last month. While virtually no self-identifying Republicans agreed, 22% of Democrats found the statement to be reasonable. There was something even more startling to be found in the cross-tabs of the poll. More than one-third (36%) of white, college-educated female Democrats said they agreed. (Daily Wire)

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UK: ‘P*ssed Off Trannies’ Stage ‘P*ss in’ Outside of London’s Equality and Human Rights Commission

There were bizarre scenes outside the Equality and Human Rights Commission in London on Tuesday, when an individual clearly born male, wearing a bejeweled gown and a demonic duck mask, first urinated then proceeded to pour a bottle of urine over themselves, while shouting: “The EHRC has blood on its hands and piss on its streets.”

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Wisconsin School District Sued for Violating Parents’ Rights With Gender Identity Policy

America First Legal and the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty today filed a lawsuit against the Eau Claire Area School District in Wisconsin, along with its school board members and superintendent, over the school’s Gender Identity Policy and gender identity trainings, which allow teachers and school staff to hide student gender transitions from their parents.

According to the lawsuit, the school district “mandates that schools and teachers hide critical information regarding a child’s health from his or her parents and to take action specifically designed to alter the child’s mental and physical well-being.”

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YouTube Announces Deletion of Over 120,000 Videos for “Misinformation”

Google has published its Transparency Report covering the second quarter of 2022, that reveals 122,660 videos were removed from YouTube in this time for violating the giant’s policy on “misinformation.”

Some observers are saying that this is the first time Google has included this category in a quarterly report about the removal of content from its video platform, adding “misinformation” to things like pornography, “hate speech,” child safety, etc.

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

    • You beat me. I wanted to ask the same.

      But they can count on one thing:
      The majority of people have no memory. They hear it today and have forgotten tomorrow.
      Except when it comes to things our “masters” want them to remember.

  1. When one of the most important representatives of Muslims now goes out and urges all Muslims in Sweden to vote for the Nyans Party, it is clear that Muslims have understood the importance of solidarity with their own group. The question is dear Swede; have you understood what you have to do now?

    Mustafa Issa is chairman of the umbrella organisation United Islamic Associations in Sweden, which has 50 local member associations and organises thousands of Muslims in the country. He is now calling on all Muslims in Sweden to vote for the Nyans Party.

    It is clear that the religion of Islam, the identification as “not Swedish” and politics are linked when well-known representatives of the religion so clearly take a stand for a party that wants to represent Islam and non-Swedes in politics.

    That this happens is not in itself surprising. Throughout history, people have organised themselves ethnically and religiously in order to be able to assert themselves against others in the constant struggle for resources. At the national level, this is done, among other things, through parties that seek influence and power in order to represent a particular group of citizens.

    But time has run out for the Swede, who has now been overtaken by so-called minorities. For while Swedes lend their vote to parties based on old premises such as detailed realpolitik on tax rates, subsidy ceilings or whatever, Muslims and foreigners realise that it is a case of “them” against “us”; Swedes against non-Swedes.

    Mustafa Issa says that all parties, from left to right, put forward proposals that are hostile to Islam, forcing Muslims to vote for the Nyans Party. In principle, he says, there is no other option if you accept the basic narrative.

    Muslims have obviously grasped what Swedes still do not; the need for strong ethnic cohesion through faith and culture as well as their own infrastructure, their own areas where they can live in their own way and to aggressively defend their own group at every given opportunity.

    At election time, this means voting for the party that represents their interests: the Party of Nyans, according to Muslim leader Issa. Swedes, on the other hand, continue to prioritize differences like “right” and “left” instead of rallying behind each other and the interests of the Swedish people. As long as this is the case, the Swede will continue to lose.

    With only days left until the elections, it is therefore more important than ever that you as a Swede make sure to vote Swedish, for Sweden and the Swedes, for your children’s future and not for more immigration, more aid and more support for foreigners and their religions in Sweden.

    You must vote Swedish.

    The second thing you must do is understand the importance of a Swedish community in everyday life, where Swedes are there for each other, where Swedish culture and tradition can be cultivated and where the good of the Swedes is always the priority.

    • You ain’t going to vote your way out of this, Sweden is already Balkanized to a point of no return, the only thing left is, who opens fire and starts the ethnic cleansing first, my bet is on the muslims, then some Swedes will finally wakeup to this self made nightmare and get their Viking on.

  2. Eight out of ten refugees have vacationed in their home country

    Published September 7, 2022

    FOREIGN. If Sweden were to revoke residence permits and citizenship granted on incorrect grounds, eight out of ten refugees would have to go home again. That’s how many people have gone on holiday in the country they fled from, shows a new survey from Novus.

    On behalf of the newspaper Bulletin, Novus has asked immigrants how they view re-migration, their children’s upbringing conditions and vacationing in the country they fled from.

    Of those who came as refugees, 79 percent have vacationed in the country they fled from, according to Novus, while 91 percent of family members have done so.

    Only two percent of immigrants plan to return voluntarily, while 16 percent answer “maybe”. Eight out of ten instead plan to stay in Sweden forever.

    The sample consisted of 1,050 people born abroad and the survey was conducted between 18 and 24 August.

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