Gates of Vienna News Feed 12/4/2022

Incidents at two electric power substations in Moore County, North Carolina left almost forty thousand citizens without electricity. The county declared a state of emergency in response. The sheriff’s department said the outages were deliberately caused by firearm attacks on transformers at the substations. Deputies questioned a woman who claimed that the attacks were a reaction to a drag queen story hour that was being held in the county, supported by a local army base, but her assertions were determined to be baseless. No suspects have yet been identified.

In other news, a French supermarket association warned that retailers may suffer significant food spoilage over the winter if power outages occur.

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Financial Crisis
» French Inflation Holds at Record, Defying European Slowdown
» How Far Australian House Prices Are Predicted to Drop With International Credit Ratings Agency Explaining Why it’s Bracing for Double-Digit Plunge
» Inflation and Energy Prices Force Six in Ten Belgians to Cut Daily Expenses
» Read the Damning Report That Reveals How Renters Are Being Fleeced by the Most Out-of-Control Price Rises Ever — With Every Australian Capital Becoming Increasingly Unaffordable
 
USA
» ‘After School Satan Club’ Offered to Virginia Primary School Students
» Armed Citizen Chronicles: Veteran Holds Fleeing Felon Until Cops Arrive at Georgia Food Bank
» Breaking: Mass Blackout in North Carolina Result of ‘Sabotage’
» CDC: 1.1 Million Americans ‘Died Suddenly’ Since Last Year
» Country Music Star John Rich Confirms Dems’ Worst Nightmare, Will Join James Woods’ Lawsuit Against DNC
» Defense Secretary Austin Wants to Keep COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Troops
» DNC Committee Approves Making South Carolina First State in Its Primary Calendar
» Elon Musk Thanks Advertisers for Returning to Twitter
» Elon Musk Warns Mainstream Media: ‘Instead of Trying to Redirect Blame’, Try ‘Being Truthful to the American Public’
» Elon Musk Claims Risk of His Assassination is ‘Quite Significant’
» Entin: Idaho Stabbing Victim’s Injuries ‘Significantly More Brutal’
» Former Twitter Censor Stands by Decision to Ban Satire Site Babylon Bee — “Not Funny, “ “Dangerous”
» Google, Facebook Should be Investigated After Twitter Files on Hunter Biden Story: Rep. McCarthy
» Growing Number of GOP Leaders, Elected Officials Say it’s Time for a Change in RNC Leadership
» Inside the Room Where Dr. Fauci Was Deposed in a Lawsuit on Social Media Censorship With Jenin Younes
» Man Choked and Stabbed His Mother, Indiana Cops Say
» Moore County Authorities Investigate Social Posts Claiming Knowledge of Moore County Blackout
» More Federal Issues for Twitter as FEC Commissioner Reveals Filing Denying it Worked With Democrats
» Musk: ‘New Twitter’ Will Push Mainstream Media to be More Truthful
» National Science Foundation Spends $500k to Learn Lizards Could Survive Fire Ant Stings
» Nick Sandmann Asks Elon Musk to Release ‘Hidden Twitter Files Relating to What Went on’ With His Case
» Parking Lot Spat Leads to Pulaski County Roadside Shooting, Police Say
» Revealed: Katie Hobbs’ Office Contacted Twitter to Censor Posts
» Soros-Backed Labor Organization Gets $12 Million in Taxpayer Funding to Back Latin American Workers
» Suit Alleges Wisconsin City’s Mobile Ballot Van Favored Dems and is Illegal
» Supreme Court Weighs Increasing State Lawmakers’ Power During Elections
» Vermont Backs Down on Religion-Free School Choice After SCOTUS Knocks Down Maine Policy
» White Nationalist Nick Fuentes Gets in Food Fight at LA In-n-Out
 
Canada
» Google Ramps Up Fight Against Bill C-11 as Senate Debates Details
» Saskatchewan Launches Firearms Act, Says Defunding RCMP ‘On the Table’
 
Europe and the EU
» France Could Suffer ‘Significant’ Food Spoilage Due to Power Cuts
» Hungary Will Block EU Sending Another $19bn to Ukraine — Orban
» Survivors of Radical Islamic Terror Bombing in EU Capital Attend Trial
» UK: Working From Home Revolution! Employees Will Have Right to Ask for Remote Working From the Moment They Start a New Job Under Proposed New Laws
» Ukrainian Embassies in Europe Mailed Bloody Packages With Animal Eyes
 
Middle East
» Iran Shutters State ‘Morality Police’ as Protests Continue After Mahsa Amini’s Death: Report
» Qatar Gas Contract Signals More Problems for Germany
 
Russia
» ‘Enemies of Christ’ — Moscow Denounces Zelensky Govt After Raids on Russia-Linked Churches
» Russia-Ukraine War: Fighting Will Abate During Winter, Claims US Intelligence
» Support for War ‘Falling Significantly’ Among Russian Public — UK Intel
» UK and Ukraine to Collaborate on Digital ID
 
Far East
» Apple Looking to Move iPhone Production Out of China in Wake of Violent Worker Protests: Report
» Apple CEO Tim Cook is Questioned After Company Limited Popular Protest Tool in China
 
Australia — Pacific
» Exclusive: Stripped, Stomped on, And Taunted ‘Where’s Your Podcast Now, Dog’: Harrowing New Video Emerges of Bikie Boss Getting Bashed in Bunnings Carpark — as He Comes Out of Retirement to Get Revenge
» Greens Want Victorians Masked Again, Mandates Back in Place
» How the Teals Really Came to Power: Shock Study Reveals Who Voted for Independents in the Election — After They Were Bankrolled With $10 Million by Wealthy Climate Crusaders
» Huge Centrelink Cash Boost Coming for Almost One Million Australians Within Days — Here’s How Much You’ll be Getting
» Millions of Aussie Parents Are Given Free $500 Vouchers to Use for Holiday Care for Kids — Here’s Who’s Eligible and How to Claim Yours
» Teenager Stabbed to Death in Fight Involving Up to Six People at Melbourne’s St Kilda Beach
 
Immigration
» Austria: 3 Men Convicted in Rape, Death of 13-Year-Old Girl
» Migration to Germany to Hit 1.2 Million in 2022 — Report
» Seven More Texas Counties Express Support for Declaring Invasion at Border; Bringing Total to 40
» Two-Thirds of Americans Support Border Wall to Stop Illegal Immigration
» UK: Council Housing Chief’s Fury at Being Given Just 15 Hours Notice of Plan to Move 80 Asylum Seekers to Local Hotel
 
Culture Wars
» Teacher Claims ‘Queer Library’ With BDSM-Themed Books Helped Kids ‘Figure Out Who They Are’
 

French Inflation Holds at Record, Defying European Slowdown

French inflation unexpectedly remained at a record high in November, defying a slowdown in other parts of the euro zone and weakening calls for the European Central Bank to slow the pace of interest rate increases.

Consumer prices in the currency bloc’s second-largest economy rose 7.1% from a year earlier, matching October’s increase, statistics office Insee said Wednesday. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had estimated a 7% rise.

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

How Far Australian House Prices Are Predicted to Drop With International Credit Ratings Agency Explaining Why it’s Bracing for Double-Digit Plunge

Fitch Ratings is expecting Australian house prices to plunge by up to 20 per cent from the peak in 2022 as interest rates keep on rising to levels last seen more than a decade ago.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Inflation and Energy Prices Force Six in Ten Belgians to Cut Daily Expenses

High inflation prompts six in ten Belgians to save on daily expenses

Belgians are looking for savings to cope with the rising cost of living. An international ING survey, conducted in early November in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Romania, Poland, Turkey and Spain, shows that almost six in ten Belgians are saving on fresh food and groceries (see chart 1). A slight majority of Belgians also cut their clothing expenses. The Belgian urge to save is also slightly higher than in Germany for most product categories. While in Belgium, 58% already save on daily expenses, in Germany this is ‘only’ 50%. Remarkably, about half of Belgians also cut back on their spending on catering, travel and leisure activities, sectors that benefited greatly from the end of the pandemic.

Compared to the results of the same survey in March 2022, the number of households cutting back on their consumption has risen sharply. In addition, many households plan to reduce their spending further in the coming months. While this was only 44% in March, 57% of Belgians say they are already saving on daily expenses and 60% expect to do so in the next six months.

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

Read the Damning Report That Reveals How Renters Are Being Fleeced by the Most Out-of-Control Price Rises Ever — With Every Australian Capital Becoming Increasingly Unaffordable

The annual Rental Affordability Index released this week shows the rental crisis is impacting almost everyone applying for home.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

‘After School Satan Club’ Offered to Virginia Primary School Students

Parents of the Chesapeake, Virginia public school system are concerned after a new program — the “After School Satan Club” — formed by the Satanic Temple in order to combat Christian “indoctrination,” obtained official approval to start holding meetings at a local primary school.

“Hey Kids! Let’s Have Fun At After School Satan Club!,” a flier promoting the new program reads. The club highlighted that it promotes skills like “critical thinking,” creative expression,” and “personal sovereignty.”

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

Armed Citizen Chronicles: Veteran Holds Fleeing Felon Until Cops Arrive at Georgia Food Bank

In most of the country, you can’t turn a corner without running into a good guy, gun-toting American. After all, roughly 16 million Americans carry a gun (or two) everyday. In College Park, Georgia, an armed suspect escaping from police ran through a food bank’s parking lot. Army veteran and food bank manager William Joyner then emerged with his own gun

The crook, a 20-year-old named Jordan Shelley, had just left the scene after wrecking a stolen car with an accomplice, James Green, who police had already arrested. Shelley wasn’t eager to comply with Joyner’s commands to get on the ground, even while looking down the barrel of the food bank manager’s gun

Joyner said Shelley weighed his options, running his mouth while his hand kept slowly moving slowly towards his gun. The manager gave him a final warning when a police officer rounded the corner and took the suspect into custody.

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

Breaking: Mass Blackout in North Carolina Result of ‘Sabotage’

An expansive power outage across Moore County in North Carolina that has affected over 40,000 people is being investigated as an “intentional vandalism” and a “criminal occurrence.”

Moore County Sheriff’s Office wrote in a Facebook post, “Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields reports that the mass power outage across the county is being investigated as a criminal occurrence.”

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

CDC: 1.1 Million Americans ‘Died Suddenly’ Since Last Year

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has revealed in a new report that a staggering 1.1 million Americans have “died suddenly” and unexpectedly since last year.

The CDC quietly revealed the disturbing spike in sudden deaths in a report published at the end of November.

The official CDC data shows that 2021 and 2022 have been record-breaking years for deaths across the United States.

Across the country, deaths soared amid the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

However, the U.S. recorded over 100,000 more deaths in 2021 than in 2020.

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

Country Music Star John Rich Confirms Dems’ Worst Nightmare, Will Join James Woods’ Lawsuit Against DNC

Country music superstar John Rich has just dropped the hammer on the Democrats by warning that he will join Hollywood star James Woods’ class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for censoring the speech of Americans.

As Slay News reported earlier, Elon Musk published the “Twitter Files” on Friday which exposed collusion between Democrats, “the Biden team,” and Big Tech executives to censor free speech on social media.

The files reveal that Democrats specifically targetted Woods by ordering obedient Twitter executives to censor the acting legend, which they “handled.”

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

Defense Secretary Austin Wants to Keep COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Troops

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says he wants to keep the vaccine mandate for the United States armed forces, despite calls from Republicans and some Democrats to get rid of it due to low recruitment and high discharge numbers.

On Nov. 30, more than 20 GOP governors sent a letter to the Biden administration arguing that due to the mandate it has been hard to recruit and keep troops for the military and the National Guard.

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

DNC Committee Approves Making South Carolina First State in Its Primary Calendar

A panel of the Democratic National Committee on Friday backed a proposal that would make South Carolina the first state to hold a primary contest in the party’s primary nominating process.

Under the Rules and Bylaws Committee proposal, Nevada, New Hampshire, Georgia, and Michigan, would follow soon after South Carolina and precede Super Tuesday, according to CNN. The changes still require confirmation at a full DNC meeting, set to take place next year.

President Joe Biden earlier this week lent his support to the plan, asserting that the current calendar left out many of the party’s diverse voters in the early stages.

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

Elon Musk Thanks Advertisers for Returning to Twitter

Elon Musk on Saturday thanked advertisers for returning to Twitter after multiple reports said bigname companies like Apple and Amazon would resume advertising.

“Just a note to thank advertisers for returning to Twitter,” Musk tweeted without elaborating.

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

Elon Musk Warns Mainstream Media: ‘Instead of Trying to Redirect Blame’, Try ‘Being Truthful to the American Public’

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has slammed the corporate mainstream media for trying to “redirect blame” for propaganda and censorship efforts that target Americans.

Musk made the comments during a live Q&A session on Twitter Spaces on Saturday night.

He was responding to the media for attacking Matt Taibbi, the reporter he enlisted to analyze the Twitter suppression files and tell the public what he found.

However, rather than congratulate Taibbi on his bombshell scoop, left-wing journalists and media hacks have been attacking and smearing him.

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

Elon Musk Claims Risk of His Assassination is ‘Quite Significant’

Elon Musk has claimed the risk of his assassination is “quite significant.”

In a wide-ranging, two-hour Q&A audio chat on Twitter Spaces, the social media platform’s CEO told listeners he “definitely” would not “be doing any open-air car parades, let me put it that way.”

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

Entin: Idaho Stabbing Victim’s Injuries ‘Significantly More Brutal’

(NewsNation) — NewsNation’s Brian Entin confirmed Sunday that University of Idaho stabbing victim Kaylee Goncalves’ injuries were “significantly more brutal” than the other three victims.

According to Entin, Goncalves’ injuries were significantly more brutal than her best friend Madison Mogen, which may end up being a very important piece of evidence when it comes to determining who the target was in the attack.

           — Hat tip: MM [Return to headlines]
 

Former Twitter Censor Stands by Decision to Ban Satire Site Babylon Bee — “Not Funny, “ “Dangerous”

Twitter’s former head of trust and safety Yoel Roth stood by the decision to suspend satire website The Babylon Bee for “misgendering” Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine. A few days ago, Roth said that Twitter made a mistake in suppressing the spread of the Hunter Biden laptop story.

The Babylon Bee was locked out from Twitter earlier this year after it awarded Levine “Man of the Year.” The account was reinstated after Musk took over Twitter.

Roth told a Knight Foundation panel, that was later released on Kara Swisher’s On podcast, that he agreed with banning the satire.

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

Google, Facebook Should be Investigated After Twitter Files on Hunter Biden Story: Rep. McCarthy

Rep. Kevin McCarthy on Sunday called for an investigation into other Big Tech companies like Facebook and Google following the damning revelations about how top Twitter executives censored The Post’s 2020 expose on Hunter Biden’s laptop.

McCarthy — who is running to become House speaker when Republicans take control of the lower chamber in January — also said the security clearances of intelligence officials should be removed if they are using their positions to influence politics.

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

Growing Number of GOP Leaders, Elected Officials Say it’s Time for a Change in RNC Leadership

Due to the massive underperformance of the GOP during the midterm elections, calls for new leadership at the Republican National Committee are growing among prominent Republicans.

Current RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel recently announced that she will be running for another term. She has held this position since 2017 and a majority of RNC members support her.

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

Inside the Room Where Dr. Fauci Was Deposed in a Lawsuit on Social Media Censorship With Jenin Younes

On Friday’s episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra spoke with Jenin Younes of the New Civil Liberties Alliance about her recent work deposing Dr. Anthony Fauci. Jenin is a lawyer working with the NCLA on a case against the Biden administration for its role in social media censorship during the COVID pandemic.

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

Man Choked and Stabbed His Mother, Indiana Cops Say

A man is accused of repeatedly stabbing his mother at her apartment in Indiana, police say.

Following up on a request from a concerned family member, officers with the Batesville Police Department went to the woman’s home at Golden Villa Apartments for a welfare check around 9 p.m. on Dec. 1, the department said in a news release.

Inside, they found the woman on the floor of her bedroom with wounds to her neck and chest, and a bloody knife at the foot of the bed, police said. Officers also saw her son, Dalton Hall, in the hallway outside of her apartment.

The woman was still alive and first responders were doing what they could to keep it that way. While EMS workers tended to her injuries, she told them her son was responsible, that he had “strangled and stabbed” her “multiple times,” according to the release.

Investigators searched the apartment and Hall himself, collecting numerous pieces of evidence. They also spoke with several people, including Hall’s brother, who told investigators that Hall had asked him “where he could get a good knife” earlier in the day.

Police arrested Hall and he was booked into the Ripley County Jail on assault and battery charges, records show.

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Moore County Authorities Investigate Social Posts Claiming Knowledge of Moore County Blackout

A woman who vehemently and repeatedly protested a drag show scheduled in Southern Pines claims that deputies questioned her in regard to the mass power outages in the county, after she posted on social media that she knows why the outage happened.

ABERDEEN, N.C. — Emily Grace Rainey, a former U.S. Army psychological operations officer, made several posts about it on social media, even saying in one post: “The power is out in Moore County and I know why.”

Before the show, Rainey posted on Facebook the contact information of the sponsors, imploring others to voice their opinions, saying, “You know what to do.”

Rainey claims to be the head of the Moore County Citizens for Freedom (MCCF). The group is a “nonpartisan network of Moore County Citizens dedicated to the promotion of conservative values in Moore County, NC, through education and activism,” according to its Facebook page.

Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields told WRAL News that the outage was being investigated as a “criminal occurrence,” but he did not say specifically what was done to damage the substations or whether the sheriff’s office has connected that vandalism to the drag show or any suspects.

Rainey posted that she told deputies, “God works in mysterious ways … I used the opportunity to tell them about the immoral drag show and the blasphemies screamed by its supporters.”

After the power went out, Rainey posted a picture of the marquee where the drag show was scheduled to take place, claiming that God was “chastising Moore County.”

During Sunday’s press conference Sheriff Fields said Rainey’s posts were “false”, and while they did speak with her they determined her social posts to be not credible; Fields also reiterated the importance of not making false posts during times of emergency.

           — Hat tip: WRSA [Return to headlines]
 

More Federal Issues for Twitter as FEC Commissioner Reveals Filing Denying it Worked With Democrats

A legal document from Twitter’s legal team denies the partisan work now proven in the exposed documents.

While our brave firemen in the media class continue to work diligently to justify not doing their jobs regarding Elon Musk’s internal document release from Twitter, more details are coming to light on the severity of the activity engaged in by the prior management. Earlier today, Bonchie delivered the connection of the FBI with framing the Hunter Biden laptop story. (This echoes Mark Zuckerberg making a similar revelation a few months ago.) Now comes another angle to the document release.

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

Musk: ‘New Twitter’ Will Push Mainstream Media to be More Truthful

Elon Musk has revealed the “new” version of Twitter will seek to push the mainstream media to become more truthful.

Under his leadership, Musk says Twitter will put competitor pressure on the media to “stop toeing the line.”

The comment was made during a live Q&A session on late December 3.

He was discussing the Friday release of the “Twitter Files.”

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

National Science Foundation Spends $500k to Learn Lizards Could Survive Fire Ant Stings

The Golden Horseshoe is a weekly designation from Just The News intended to highlight egregious examples of wasteful taxpayer spending by the government. The award is named for the horseshoe-shaped toilet seats for military airplanes that cost the Pentagon a whopping $640 each back in the 1980s.

This week’s Golden Horseshoe is awarded to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a $500,548 grant to Penn State to research lizards, their ingestion of fire ants and the correlation with survival.

Announcing the grant’s research results in a news release recently under the headline “Eating fire ants could prepare lizards for future ant attack,” the NSF noted “the study comprehensively assessed how the immune system responds to lizards eating and being stung by these ants and might help researchers understand how other native species respond and adapt to the invasive insects.”

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

Nick Sandmann Asks Elon Musk to Release ‘Hidden Twitter Files Relating to What Went on’ With His Case

Former Covington High School student Nicholas Sandmann wants answers and he may get them now that Elon Musk is in charge of Twitter and is following through on his promise to be fully transparent.

Sandmann asked the new Twitter CEO to release any files related to the social media platform allowing death threats against him while he was a young high school kid.

“As I’m watching this all play out, I’m wondering if @elonmusk has any hidden Twitter files relating to what went on here,” Sandmann said.

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

Parking Lot Spat Leads to Pulaski County Roadside Shooting, Police Say

PEARISBURG — A Pulaski man went from arguing with a woman in a parking lot to stopping miles down the road so he could shoot at her vehicle to crashing his own vehicle and walking into the woods — where he said he encountered snakes, according to police accounts written in search warrants.

Emanuel Little Richard Hunter, as his name is listed in court records, though a jail listing shortened his middle name to just Richard, faces an assortment of charges in Pulaski and Giles counties after a series of incidents on Nov. 14.

According to search warrants, a woman reported to police that she and Hunter, 39, had an altercation outside the First Community Bank in Pulaski and drove away separately toward Dublin. About 4 miles or so away, the woman said she saw Hunter pull onto the shoulder of Virginia 100 beneath the Interstate 81 bridge and get out of his car, then fire a gun at her as she drove past.

The woman said that she stopped a short distance up the road and found what appeared to be a bullet hole in her vehicle’s right front fender, search warrants said.

Hunter had driven away. Search warrants said he was found on the night of Nov. 14 by a Virginia State Police trooper who was sent to a single-vehicle crash on Staffordsville Hill Road in Giles County. The crash location was about 15 miles north of the reported shooting, up Virginia 100.

The trooper wrote in a search warrant that he recognized the crashed vehicle as a possible match to the suspect vehicle from a “pursuit in Pulaski” earlier in the night. He wrote that he located the driver a short distance away in the woods.

The driver, who the trooper identified as Hunter, said he “was seeing snakes in the woods,” the search warrant said.

Hunter’s eyes were bloodshot and glassy, the trooper wrote, and he was unsteady on his feet. Asked if he’d taken anything, Hunter said he had taken medication for a headache, the trooper wrote.

Hunter told the officer that he did not know what he had taken and said that “one of the girls gave him something,” the search warrant said.

The trooper had Hunter perform field sobriety tests and after he failed them, arrested him for intoxicated driving.

Besides that charge, Hunter faces counts of driving without a license, refusing to take a blood or breath test, and resisting arrest without force, all in Giles County.

In Pulaski County, Hunter is charged with shooting at a vehicle, attempted malicious wounding, shooting across a street, and reckless handling of a firearm.

The attorneys representing Hunter in both counties could not be immediately contacted.

He was being held last week in the New River Valley Regional Jail.

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Revealed: Katie Hobbs’ Office Contacted Twitter to Censor Posts

Arizona Governor-Elect Katie Hobbs is facing backlash as proof that her office requested for certain tweets to be censored came out of Elon Musk’s release of the “Twitter Files,” the internal documents showing collusion between government officials, campaign teams, and other like actors with the social media giant to silence political dissent.

On January 7 2021, the communications director for Hobbs’ Secretary of State office emailed the Center for Internet Security (CIS), a 501 nonprofit cybersecurity organization that “makes the connected world a safer place for people, businesses, and governments through our core competencies of collaboration and innovation,” according to their website.

“I’m flagging this Twitter account for your review,” Hobbs’ comms director wrote to misinformation@cisecurity.org, linking to an unidentified profile. The subject line was “Election Related Misinformation.”

The “misinformation” department at CIS then forwarded the message along to an employee at Twitter, writing “Please see this report below from the Arizona SOS office. Please let me know if you have any questions.”

“I’m flagging this Twitter account for your review,” Hobbs’ comms director wrote to misinformation@cisecurity.org, linking to an unidentified profile. The subject line was “Election Related Misinformation.”

The “misinformation” department at CIS then forwarded the message along to an employee at Twitter, writing “Please see this report below from the Arizona SOS office. Please let me know if you have any questions.”

“Thank you,” Twitter wrote back. “We will escalate.”

About seven hours later, a Twitter employee wrote again; “Thank you… both tweets have been removed from the service.” Copied on this response was an employee at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a branch under the federal government’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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

Soros-Backed Labor Organization Gets $12 Million in Taxpayer Funding to Back Latin American Workers

A labor group underwritten by controversial billionaire George Soros is receiving $12 million from the federal government to back workers in several Latin American countries.

The U.S. government this week announced “the award of a $12 million cooperative agreement to the American Center for International Labor Solidarity,” the Department of Labor said in a press release. The funding is intended “to strengthen democratic, independent workers’ organizations in Brazil, Colombia and Peru.”

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

Suit Alleges Wisconsin City’s Mobile Ballot Van Favored Dems and is Illegal

The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed an appeal against the City Clerk of Racine, alleging that the utilization of mobile voting cites violated Wisconsin state laws.

Wisconsin state law (Wis. Stat. § 6.855) states that the office of the municipal clerk is the default location “to which voted absentee ballots shall be returned by electors for any election.” But there may be circumstances when the clerk’s office is unavailable for early, in person absentee voting. In those cases, the clerk may designate an alternate absentee ballot site or sites; but under state law, “[t]he designated site shall be located as near as practicable to the office of the municipal clerk or board of election commissioners and no site may be designated that affords an advantage to any political party.”

WILL alleges that the Racine City Clerk provided 21 alternate absentee ballot locations scattered throughout the city, resulting in advantage being given to the Democrat Party since most of these locations were in more Democrat areas.

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

Supreme Court Weighs Increasing State Lawmakers’ Power During Elections

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case, a Republican-led challenge asking the justices for a novel ruling that could significantly increase the power of state lawmakers over elections for Congress and the presidency.

The court is set to hear arguments Wednesday in a case from North Carolina, where Republican efforts to draw congressional districts heavily in their favor were blocked by a Democratic majority on the state Supreme Court because the GOP map violated the state constitution.

A court-drawn map produced seven seats for each party in last month’s midterm elections in highly competitive North Carolina.

The question for the justices is whether the US Constitution’s provision giving state legislatures the power to make the rules about the “times, places and manner” of congressional elections cuts state courts out of the process.

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

Vermont Backs Down on Religion-Free School Choice After SCOTUS Knocks Down Maine Policy

Vermont families that want to send their children to religious schools will no longer be excluded from the state’s tuition benefit program, as a result of legal settlements in two cases brought by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).

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

White Nationalist Nick Fuentes Gets in Food Fight at LA In-n-Out

Los Angeles wants him out.

White nationalist Nick Fuentes — who recently dined with former President Trump — was caught on camera in a food fight at a Los Angeles In-N-Out Burger early Saturday.

In the footage obtained by TMZ, Fuentes is seen chucking his drink at a patron across the eatery.

Before the drink toss, Fuentes had apparently been confronted by diners and initially pretended to be someone else. The customers then threw ketchup-filled paper cups at him while walking out, and he lashed back with his drink, the site said.

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

Google Ramps Up Fight Against Bill C-11 as Senate Debates Details

Google has accelerated its push to fight legislation, currently passing through the Canadian Senate, that seeks to regulate online streaming platforms.

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has launched new pop-ups on its platforms to inform users about what they consider the harms of Bill C-11 in a campaign called “Keep YouTube Yours.”

“Your YouTube feed is uniquely yours. Bill C-11 could change that,” the pop-up reads.

Bill C-11 aims to update the Broadcasting Act to force streaming platforms like YouTube to promote Canadian content through increased regulatory powers for the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).

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

Saskatchewan Launches Firearms Act, Says Defunding RCMP ‘On the Table’

“This act will help address concerns of responsible firearms owners and enhance public safety across Saskatchewan,” said Corrections, Policing, and Public Safety Minister Christine Tell. Her government believes the federal government has it wrong on gun safety by targeting responsible firearm owners instead of criminals.

Tell previously sent a letter to the Saskatchewan RCMP’s head officer, Rhonda Blackmore, stressing that she would not provide provincial policing resources to aid the federal program. Federal Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino characterized the position as ‘irresponsible’ for not prioritizing safety.

Tell clarified: “We take public safety seriously and support initiatives that reduce the criminal use of firearms while preventing gang violence and stopping illegal guns from entering our province.”

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France Could Suffer ‘Significant’ Food Spoilage Due to Power Cuts

A federation of French supermarket chains has warned of significant waste of fresh products in the event of possible power cuts in the country this winter, with those in rural areas much more likely to face outages.

Franck Charton, general delegate of Perifem, a French federation of supermarket chains, explained that companies are already preparing for power outages over the winter months and while they should be notified the day prior to any planned outages at 9:30 p.m., Charton said the time is too short for them to react.

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Hungary Will Block EU Sending Another $19bn to Ukraine — Orban

Any attempt by the European Union to send another $19bn to Ukraine will be blocked by Hungary, Viktor Orban has declared.

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has criticised the latest aid package the European Union is looking to send to Ukraine, with the Fidesz leader saying that his country will block any attempt at discharging the funds.

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Survivors of Radical Islamic Terror Bombing in EU Capital Attend Trial

BRUSSELS (AP) — Jaana Mettala was six months pregnant and on her way to work when the bomb exploded in the heart of Brussels’ European Union quarter. She suffered severe burns, but Mettala and her baby survived — 32 other people did not.

It’s now more than six years since the deadliest peacetime attacks on Belgian soil. And Mettala yearns for closure as the trial of 10 men accused over the suicide bombings at Brussels airport and an underground metro station starts in earnest Monday.

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UK: Working From Home Revolution! Employees Will Have Right to Ask for Remote Working From the Moment They Start a New Job Under Proposed New Laws

Millions of employees will have the right to demand working from home on their first day of a new job under laws being drawn up by ministers to improve the work-life balance.

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Ukrainian Embassies in Europe Mailed Bloody Packages With Animal Eyes

Several embassies of Ukraine in various European countries received bloody packages on Friday, one containing animal eyes, just days after the country’s embassy in Spain received a letter bomb.

Ukrainian embassies in Spain, Poland, Croatia, the Netherlands, Hungary, and Italy all reported receiving suspicious packages this week along with general consulates in Krakow, Poland, and Naples, Italy, and the consulate in Brno, Czechia.

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Iran Shutters State ‘Morality Police’ as Protests Continue After Mahsa Amini’s Death: Report

Iran reortedly scrapped its “morality police” amid ongoing protests triggered by a woman’s arrest for alleged violations of the country’s strict female dress code.

The women-led protests have swept Iran since Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian of Kurdish origin, died Sept. 16 — three days after the morality police booked her in Tehran.

“Morality police have nothing to do with the judiciary” and have been abolished, Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri was quoted saying, according to the ISNA news agency.

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Qatar Gas Contract Signals More Problems for Germany

A month-long tragedy has finally found its happy ending — albeit rather symbolically. After Federal Economics Minister Habeck (Greens) was rebuffed in Qatar in the spring when he was looking for a replacement for the boycotted Russian gas, reports of an agreement are now making the rounds.

Qatar and Germany have therefore agreed on a long-term supply contract for liquefied natural gas (LNG). According to the contract, the liquid gas is to be sold to the US company Conoco-Phillips, which will then deliver it to Brunsbüttel in Germany. However, deliveries are not scheduled to begin until 2026 and will last up to 15 years. The previous major supplier Russia, has been absent since the Russian military operation in the Ukraine.

But the contract with the sheiks is little more than a symbolic “deal”. It only includes up to two million tons of LNG per year — this corresponds to about 2,7 billion cubic meters of non-liquefied natural gas per year, which represents an extremely small delivery volume. For comparison: through the Baltic Sea pipeline Nord Stream 1, around 55 billion cubic meters were delivered from Russia to Germany every year until the beginning of the Ukraine war. In 2021, Germany also consumed almost 90,5 billion cubic meters of natural gas.

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‘Enemies of Christ’ — Moscow Denounces Zelensky Govt After Raids on Russia-Linked Churches

Russian officials have denounced the Ukrainian government as “enemies of Christ and the Orthodox faith” over security service raids on churches accused of links to Moscow.

Eastern Orthodox Church politics in Ukraine is fiendishly complicated, with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (New Rome), Bartholomew I, having backed the establishment of an autocephalous (self-governing, in layman’s terms) Ukrainian church, where it was formerly under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Patriarch of Moscow, in 2019.

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Russia-Ukraine War: Fighting Will Abate During Winter, Claims US Intelligence

The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has been subsiding and will continue to slow during the upcoming winter season, according to US intelligence. However, US director of intelligence Avril Haines said there was no indication that the Ukrainian forces’ resistance was waning. The intelligence director said both sides would work to redevelop, replenish and refurbish in preparation for any counter-offensive in the spring, according to a BBC report.

Russia, the aggressor nation, had lost more than half of the territory it had seized by the time the war in Ukraine entered its ninth month. The director stated that most of the fighting is currently happening near the eastern Ukrainian cities at a defence forum in California. She claimed that fighting had subsided after Russia’s fallback from the west of the Kherson region last month. She claimed that after the winter, Russia and Ukraine’s militaries would be looking to get ready for any counter-offensive. According to the US intelligence director, the country’s intelligence agency believes that the Russian President does not fully understand the difficulty facing his country’s military.

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Support for War ‘Falling Significantly’ Among Russian Public — UK Intel

Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has claimed that Russian public support for the Ukraine war is “falling significantly” as it drags on and touches an increasing number of Russian families.

In its Sunday update on the course of the war, the Ministry of Defence said that “polling suggests that Russian public support for the ‘special military operation’ is falling significantly”, using Russia’s preferred term for its invasion of the former Soviet Socialist Republic, ostensibly in defence of its ethnic Russian minority.

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UK and Ukraine to Collaborate on Digital ID

The United Kingdom (UK) and Ukraine have signed a digital trade deal aimed at helping the Ukrainian economy to recover and “improve” both countries’ digital output. The Digital Trade Agreement (DTA) also has a provision for collaborating on digital identity, where Ukraine supposedly has a lot to teach the UK about ID tracking tech and using digital ID to access services.

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Apple Looking to Move iPhone Production Out of China in Wake of Violent Worker Protests: Report

Apple Inc., is accelerating its plan to move iPhone production out of China in the wake of violent worker protests over COVID regulations at the world’s largest iPhone factory, a report by the Wall Street Journal said Saturday.

The plant, dubbed iPhone City, made headlines in recent weeks after workers revolted over COVID-related concerns with security officers decked out in hazmat suits.

Apple is reportedly looking to shift its production toward other nations in Asia like India and Vietnam and to reduce dependence on Taiwanese electronics manufactures like Foxconn which owned the facility in Zhengzhou.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is Questioned After Company Limited Popular Protest Tool in China

Rep. Dusty Johnson has asked Apple CEO Tim Cook whether there was coordination between the Chinese Communist Party and Apple to limit AirDrop, a tool that was a popular way for protesters to communicate until Apple recently limited its features.

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Exclusive: Stripped, Stomped on, And Taunted ‘Where’s Your Podcast Now, Dog’: Harrowing New Video Emerges of Bikie Boss Getting Bashed in Bunnings Carpark — as He Comes Out of Retirement to Get Revenge

Harrowing new video has emerged of the moment the former bikie boss Moudi Tajjour was attacked in a Bunnings car park by four men who stripped and stomped on him in a vicious assault.

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Greens Want Victorians Masked Again, Mandates Back in Place

Less than a month after Victoria’s election returned Premier Dan Andrews to power, the State’s Greens have called for the return of tough Covid-19 restrictions.

In a statement on Friday, the Greens called for the return of controversial mask mandates to be re-introduced “in crowded indoor spaces such as public transport, planes, events and venues”.

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How the Teals Really Came to Power: Shock Study Reveals Who Voted for Independents in the Election — After They Were Bankrolled With $10 Million by Wealthy Climate Crusaders

A major study into the Australian election has revealed who really voted for the six ‘Teal’ independents — who stormed to victory with some very pricey funding.

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Huge Centrelink Cash Boost Coming for Almost One Million Australians Within Days — Here’s How Much You’ll be Getting

The government will on Monday announce the largest indexation increase to payments for young people in over two decades.

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Millions of Aussie Parents Are Given Free $500 Vouchers to Use for Holiday Care for Kids — Here’s Who’s Eligible and How to Claim Yours

The vouchers are available for parents of school-aged children, including little ones starting kindergarten next year.

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Teenager Stabbed to Death in Fight Involving Up to Six People at Melbourne’s St Kilda Beach

Homicide detectives are investigating the fatal stabbing of a teenager in Melbourne’s bayside suburb of St Kilda on Sunday night.

Police were called to St Kilda beach just after 7:30pm following reports a group of people were fighting.

An 18-year-old man from Tarneit, in Melbourne’s outer west, was found with stab wounds on the beach near Pier Road. He was taken to hospital, where he died.

Acting Inspector Nigel L’Estrange said a group of up to six people was believed to have been involved in the incident.

“We believe we will identify these people. There were a number of CCTV cameras in the area,” he said.

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Austria: 3 Men Convicted in Rape, Death of 13-Year-Old Girl

BERLIN (AP) — An Austrian court has convicted three Afghan men for the rape and death of a 13-year-old girl whose body was found dumped next to a tree in Vienna last year in a case that shocked the Alpine nation.

The Austria Press Agency reported Friday that the main defendant, a 24-year-old, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. Two other Afghans aged 20 and 19 were found guilty of murder by omission for failing to help the girl after she overdosed on drugs.

The younger man was sentenced to 20 years in prison, while the older man received a 19-year sentence. All three men were convicted of rape.

The court concluded that the men had given the girl drugs with the intention of raping her. An autopsy found she died as a result of the drug overdose and suffocation.

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Migration to Germany to Hit 1.2 Million in 2022 — Report

More people will have sought refuge in Germany in 2022 than at the height of the European migrant crisis, Welt am Sonntag newspaper reported Sunday.

The newspaper said the country is on course to see 1.2 million new arrivals this year — a 35% increase from 2015 when 890,000 migrants and refugees, mainly fleeing the Syrian war, came to the country.

This year’s tally was calculated from the more than a million Ukrainian refugees welcomed in Germany since Russia’s invasion unfolded in February and an expected 200,000 asylum seekers by the end of the year.

By the end of October, some 181,612 asylum applications were recorded, Welt am Sonntag reported, mostly from Syrian, Afghan, Turkish and Iraqi nationals.

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Seven More Texas Counties Express Support for Declaring Invasion at Border; Bringing Total to 40

Forty Texas counties have now declared an invasion at the southern U.S. border with Mexico, or have expressed support for Texas declaring an invasion. More are in the process of doing so, according to sources who’ve spoken to The Center Square.

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Two-Thirds of Americans Support Border Wall to Stop Illegal Immigration

A recent survey shows that a growing majority of Americans are in support of a wall to limit the number of illegal migrants coming into the country.

Rasmussen Reports along with NumbersUSA conducted a study in which they found that 67% of Americans support a wall to help limit the number of migrants coming into the country illegally.

There is a system used by the federal government known as the federal electronic E-Verify system, which allows enrolled employers to confirm eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

The survey points out that 69% of those polled said they were in favor of the federal electronic E-Verify system so that only legal workers were hired for U.S. jobs.

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UK: Council Housing Chief’s Fury at Being Given Just 15 Hours Notice of Plan to Move 80 Asylum Seekers to Local Hotel

Asylum bosses provoked anger with plans to move 80 migrants to a seaside hotel — giving local officials just 15 hours’ notice.

In a strongly worded email, the housing chief in Morecambe, Lancashire, warned the Home Office that support services were ‘already stretched’ due to two other hotels being used to house 221 asylum seekers.

The council official warned of ‘ongoing, unresolved safety and cohesion issues’ and said further arrivals could cause ‘conflict’ within the area.

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Teacher Claims ‘Queer Library’ With BDSM-Themed Books Helped Kids ‘Figure Out Who They Are’

A California teacher who boasted about a “queer library” which contained sexually explicit content, including information on BDSM/kink and orgies, said the books helped students “figur[e] out who they are.”

The English teacher at San Juan Hills High, previously identified on the school’s website as Danielle Serio, is known as “Flint.” Fox News Digital found that Flint posted repeatedly on TikTok about sexually explicit books, which the district was later forced to respond to amid parents’ outrage.

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    LIBERAL EUTHANASIA

    Canada proposes disabled people commit suicide.

    Justin Trudeau has described state-assisted suicide as a liberal right as self-evident as state-assisted abortion.
    Published 4 December 2022 at 12.21

    The government of liberal Canada is facing renewed criticism for its assisted suicide programme, known as euthanasia, which is breaking records in the number of deaths each year. Now a former Paralympic participant is testifying about how the authorities offered her “euthanasia for the disabled” when she complained to home care services.

    Liberal euthanasia
    Netherlands breaks record in euthanasia
    Spanish left backs suicide
    Gang-raped 17-year-old girl given legal help to commit suicide

    The Canadian euthanasia program has been highly successful and described as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s baby since its launch in 2016.

    After a slow start with just 1,000 deaths in the first year, the annual death toll has increased tenfold to 10,000 people in 2021 alone. Meanwhile, Canadian big business has latched onto the trend and sought to promote suicide as part of the lifestyle and popular culture in the liberal country, often as a way to show how “woke” the company is.

    Fashion giant La Maison Simons recently attracted attention with a commercial, called All is Beauty, which hailed youth suicide as a “beautiful” way to die when you’re feeling down.

    The film is part of the run-up to Prime Minister Trudeau’s legislative changes in 2023, when it will become legal even for those who are mentally ill to commit suicide. This is the latest liberalisation of the law, which was extended in 2021 to include those with “physical disabilities”.

    However, Trudeau’s constant liberalisation of the euthanasia programme has attracted attention and criticism, not only abroad but also in liberal Canada, where some believe it is going too far.

    The country’s television giant CBC reports that in at least five cases it has emerged that Canadian war veterans have been offered euthanasia, which was considered particularly outrageous.

    This week, Christine Gauthier, a war veteran and until recently a weightlifter in the Paralympics, testified in Parliament about how the authorities offered her help to commit suicide when she was unhappy with delays caused by the installation of wheelchair adaptations in her home.

    – I kind of thought that… you can offer me an injection to die, but you can’t give me the tools I need to live,” she said.

    Justin Trudeau, who normally dismisses criticism of himself as right-wing extremism and conspiracy theories, has this time been forced to explain himself and now promises to try to change the law so that veterans will not be offered euthanasia in the future, writes the Daily Mail.

    However, he is sticking to the euthanasia bill for the mentally ill, which is expected to come into force in March next year.
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    https://www.friatider.se/kanada-foreslar-handikappade-att-bega-sjalvmord

  2. When the vaxxed US troops “die suddenly” will that be Putin’s fault? He doesn’t even need a gun, US govt killing their own troops for him LOL

    • I was watching a video when the heart attack gun created by the intelligence agency of the US was mentioned. I hadn’t thought about that in several years but I suddenly realized it could be open season on anyone and there is plausible deniability.

  3. What if those who couldn’t rebuild a house of cards or make a paper airplane got nothing when the chaos genie won’t go back in the bottle?
    The shoot em up power station trick happened in the glorious people’s republic of Michigan a few years back.
    You know where the FIB tried to kidnap the Gretchenführer with some dinglebrain derelicts as the patsies.
    Watched some Warporn from the Greek (?) 24-7 WAR page featuring Russia landing heavy bombers in Chinese territory.
    The distractions will intensify and don’t look up…From Russia With Love.

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    Now we (SWEBBTV) have uploaded another Leader
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    Some of the comments I receive regarding my leaders give me a kind of discomfort and satisfaction at the same time. When someone says: “I can’t keep watching. I’m so [vulgar intensifier] pissed off! With 24 a’s and three exclamation marks, that’s of course what I want to achieve deep down.

    To get people to get up, turn off the TV and go out and show that anger. Demonstrating outside the parliament building with the anger still there – until someone decides to answer. In a pseudo-democracy – unrepresentative as it can be – because neither party implements what their constituents actually want, real impact can only be achieved in this way.

    It’s also with divisiveness, because that anger is so heavy to bear. I know and I can hear from what you write that many, most of you, carry it with me. I want you to understand that, like you, I envy those who do not feel it. Those who manage to suppress reality.

    I know that many of you have carried this anger inside you for a long time. That my words can articulate it and make you embrace it, is a gift that neither the giver nor the receiver necessarily appreciates, because it is horrible to have to live with this realization, for the rest of your life. It cannot be erased again.

    If nothing happens, if we fail to bring about real change, then what have we lived our lives for? What has our neglect compensated for? You could say we had no choice, but that’s too deterministic a way of looking at it.

    We always have a choice, we can spend our time elsewhere, keep ourselves busy so we don’t have to see. Or we can let ourselves be eaten. This consuming flame that torments us. We need at least to feel that it does some good. That it leads us forward. And it’s hard to always

  5. Gut busting laughs as local enemedia agitprop is prattling on about influenza and restrictions on visiting at all area hospitals.
    A health collective comrade commissar apparatchik 100lbs. overweight was shown in a mini-screen with pronouns he/him next to it.
    I think we’re going to need an ocean freighter air horn for times this clowny.
    Honk it loud and proud until the walls of Jericho come down.

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