More Than Fifty Migrants Break Into Melilla

Despite the fact that Spain, like Italy, is in the throes of a severe coronavirus crisis, culture-enrichers are still attempting to force their way into Melilla, the Spanish enclave in North Africa. The following news report describes a partially successful attempt by a large mob of Africans to break through the border fence.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Below is an excerpt from a article about the same incident:

50 Migrants Cross Into Spanish African Enclave; 5 Injured

MADRID (AP) — Some 50 migrants on Monday forced their way into Spain’s Melilla city over the fence that separates the European enclave in northern Africa, authorities there said.

The central government’s delegation in Melilla, which borders Morocco, said that they were part of a group of around 250 migrants who launched a “massive and violent entry” into the city, scaling the fence and ignoring the Spanish law enforcement officers on guard.

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Culture-Enriching Food Riots at the Asylum Center in Halberstadt

Another casualty of the Wuhan Coronavirus: the peace and calm at a German refugee facility.

The following video reports concern food riots at an asylum center in Halberstadt. The facility is under full quarantine because of a resident who tested positive for the coronavirus. Inmates are no longer allowed to venture out to do their own grocery shopping, so prepared food has had to be delivered to them. The meals they have been receiving are not to their taste, which has made them cranky.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

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The Call to Prayer in Berlin

Due to the Wuhan Coronavirus, public religious services may not be held in Berlin. In compensation, churches are allowed to ring their bells, and in order not to discriminate against Muslims, mosques are also allowed to broadcast the call to prayer. In an unfortunate setback for “social distancing” in the German capital, the ululations of the muezzin induced a large crowd of the faithful to gather in front of the mosque, all of them ignoring the two-meter rule.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating the German portions of this RT video, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

MissPiggy has also translated texts about the call to prayer in Berlin. First, a tweet from the Berlin police:

About 300 people gathered in front of a mosque in #Neukölln today during prayer calls. The Imam, the OA @BerlinNkl & our colleague, only partially succeeded in persuading those present to keep their distance. The prayer was ended prematurely in agreement with the Imam. #covid19

— Police Berlin Einsatz (@PolizeiBerlin_E) April 3, 2020

See also this article (in German) with several other videos. A translation of the article:

Islamization

Berlin Neukölln: Corona party with “Allahu Akbar” calls (Video)

After a call to prayer from a Berlin mosque (since Corona lockdown now allowed), which is under supervision by German domestic intelligence, about 300 people gathered yesterday in Neukölln with calls of Allahu Akbar. The police barely managed to stop people from gathering or make them keep the required distance form each other, etc. Our video of the day comes from Berlin and shows scenes that took place yesterday in front of the Neukölln “meeting place”. Philosophia Perennis abstains from any commentary; the images and context speak for themselves. The video also shows a policeman running through the crowd, before disappearing behind the gate of the mosque. However, the police seem to have dispersed the “event” after all.

This can still be seen in the following video report. Just 20 minutes after the publication of our article, the YouTuber has set his video to private. There are many other people who have taken pictures.

Equal rights for all? Really?

The Bundestag member Nicole Höchst: “Huh? The prayer could be ended in agreement with the Imam.” We can all be glad that the imam agreed. Or else…?

What would have happened without this agreement? Why was this agreement so important that it even needs to be mentioned here? What would be done if, for example, Catholics were to gather? What would be done if demonstrators gathered for Germany?

According to further information from the police, the leaders of the Neukölln Mosque have assured the police that they will announce on social media that the faithful do not have to appear in person in front of the mosque at the call to prayer.

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Eric Zemmour defends Viktor Orbán’s Emergency Powers

In the following video, the popular French commentator Eric Zemmour defends the emergency powers that were recently granted to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán by Parliament. His new powers are deemed necessary to protect the country from the Wuhan Coronavirus, especially the threat from illegal immigration,

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Knife Jihad in Romans-sur-Isere

A culture-enriching knife-wielding “refugee” went on a rampage today in southern France, killing two people and wounding five others while shouting “Allahu Akhbar”. Here’s the story from Radio France Internationale:

Two Dead in France Stabbing Attack

A man went on the rampage with a knife in a town in southeastern France on Saturday, killing two people and wounding five in what President Emmanuel Macron called “an odious act”.

The reasons behind the attack remain unclear although Interior Minister Christophe Castaner spoke of the suspect’s “terrorist journey”.

The assailant, understood to be a refugee from Sudan, was arrested after the attack in the town of Romans-sur-Isere.

Armed with a knife, the suspect went into a tobacco shop where he attacked the owner, town mayor Marie-Helene Thoraval told AFP.

“His wife got involved and she was wounded as well,” she said.

The assailant then went into a butcher’s shop where he took another knife before heading to the town centre where he entered another store.

“He took a knife, jumped over the counter, and stabbed a customer, then ran away”, the shop owner Ludovic Breyton told AFP.

“My wife tried to help the victim but in vain.”

According to witnesses cited by the local radio station France Bleu Drome Ardeche, the attacker shouted “Allah Akbar!” as he attacked his victims.

David Olivier Reverdy, assistant national secretary of the National Police Alliance union, said the assailant had called on police to kill him when they came to arrest him.

Hat tip: Dean.

Ride-by Shooter Arrested in Malmö

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this article from Samhällsnytt about a arrests made in a drive-by (on bikes) shooting case in the southern Swedish city of Malmö:

22-year-old man arrested for drive-by murder in Malmö

In November of last year a 15-year-old youth with a non-Western immigrant background was shot to death outside a pizzeria on Möllevången in Malmö. Another youth was found shot and seriously wounded. Now a 22-year-old is a suspect with probable cause in the gang-related murder.

The arrest decision was made by a Malmö district court on Friday. The arrested 22-year-old has a non-Western immigrant background and was previously convicted of crimes, aggravated assault among others, for which he was sentenced to 75 hours of youth service (usually gardening or cleaning work) “on the grounds of good behavior”. He was also convicted for driving without a license.

Three other persons, two 22-year-olds and a 21-year-old, were arrested in the same case. In the absence of strong enough evidence for involvement in the murder and attempted murder, for the time being the prosecutor chose to charge them only for narcotics offenses.

All three have non-Western immigrant backgrounds and have been previously convicted of various crimes, such as drug offenses, assault, drunkenness, threats, and more. They are well-known to police as figures in criminal gangs in the extremely problematic, so-called “vulnerable” and immigrant-dominated neighborhood of Seved.

The two crime victims were also previously known to police, according to information. It is unclear what specific conflict among the concerned persons lies behind the shootings.

France Copes With the ChiCom Flu

The three videos below concern the side effects of the “confinement” — the French word for the coronavirus lockdown — in various parts of France.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translations, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.

Video 1: Nurses at the L’Ariboisiere hospital have to be escorted to the Metro

The last two videos feature the popular commentator Eric Zemmour in separate appearances on (socially distanced) TV talk shows.

Video 2: Eric Zemmour on the end of liberty in France

Video 3: Eric Zemmour on the exemption of Muslims from the lockdown

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Everyone Has His Own Personal Border

François Lenglet is a French journalist who specializes in economic issues. In the following clip from a TV talk show, he discusses the absurdity of putting everyone in the country into quarantine while maintaining an open-borders policy.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Well, the Emperor’s Naked

Many thanks to CrossWare for translating this op-ed from the Hungarian news site Vasarnap.hu:

Well, the emperor’s naked

by Francesca Rivafinoli
March 31, 2020

For the precise news consumer who hard-hacks other articles out of a flood of current infection rates, curfews, and opposition dictatorships, can find such things in the small print today:

  • The migrants who wanted to enter the EU are turning back from the Turkish-Greek border.
  • The Polish nurses illegally working abroad are going home.
  • The European Parliament is limiting its functions to those that are essential.

Some quite serious axioms are failing here, let’s face it.

Here, for example, the European Parliament, which up until now has presented the world every month with sweeping resolutions on cardinal issues such as ‘the situation of LGBTQ people in Uganda’, and threatened to frown on anyone who does not fully comply (even in faraway Oceania) or meet the expectations of the LIBE Committee [European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs] in Brussels. We look now at the agendas that focus on “fundamental” issues curtailed because of COVID-19, and what we see is that all human rights issues have been deleted without a second thought.

From a logical point of view, issues such as ‘equality for women in Vanuatu’ or even ‘intersectional disadvantages for the mesquite LGBTQ community in the Falkland Islands’ are now no longer ‘fundamental’ problems for the European Union. We understand that, too.

Then there is the home of Martin Schulz and Manfred Weber, the superlative Germany, who teach us about European values at all times, and it turns out that they have about 270,000 Polish nurses, 90% of their total guest workers doing their job totally illegally, as is fully known by the authorities. And now, as these women go home to their families, the voice of panic can be heard on the German public television channel about those evil Poles, who left hundreds of thousands of poor elderly Germans without provision. Because these Poles are “not in solidarity”, unlike us Germans, who are full of European values, in solidarity, and who allow them to for care and push our helpless elders illegally, without any registration, and for all this, we pay as little as we can to suck them away from the health systems of countries to the east.

Which arrogance has already broken the barrier with German commentators, who even raise the unorthodox question of whether they should instead stand on their own, rely on domestic, national resources, rather than on the import of shoddy cheap labor. “Guten Morgen”, one could say.

And as if that was not enough of a slap in the face, the pandemic landed another punch on European progressivism where it hurts the most: the mantra that migrants cannot be kept outside the borders of the EU, and masses would lose their lives in the Mediterranean Sea if there were no NGO ships cruising there. For wonders, a single closed border and a sufficient number of Greek border police smoothly dissuaded migrants who desired to land in Europe. And at sea, rescue is in order, although the Ocean Viking hangs around in the Marseilles harbor — the rest of the ships are not abandoning the people, but they are all being taken back to the Libyan coast.

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Covid in a Time of Turmoil, Part Two

Below is Seneca III’s wrap-up of his two-part essay (part 1 is here) on the coronavirus crisis in the UK, with a particular focus on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

“The rules of the world-historical game change from decade to decade, and the dogmas that we have now will probably become obsolete.”

— Freeman Dyson Mathematical Physicist, Polymath and Philosopher, 15 December 1923 — 28 February 2020, a sad loss to humanity even after such a great run.

Covid in a Time of Turmoil

Part II. Covid 19 as an inorganic socio-political enzyme.

by Seneca III

1.   A virus is made up of a core of genetic material, either RNA or DNA, surrounded by a protective coat called a capsid which is made up of protein. Sometimes the capsid is surrounded by an additional spikey coat called the envelope (see above). Viruses are capable of latching onto host cells and invading them.
2.   An enzyme is a substance that acts as a catalyst in living organisms, regulating the rate at which chemical reactions proceed without itself being altered in the process.
 

Later, for the purpose of this analysis, let us change ‘chemical reactions’ to ‘human interactions’ but first, in a very simple way, let us look at how the enzyme, furin, enables and accelerates the penetration of a living cell by a virus, followed by a short description of how mutations occur, and then a look at vectors.

First, enzymes. Enzymes have a region known as an ‘active site’ that binds to a protein or other substance during a reaction. The envelope proteins (capsids) of viruses such as HIV, influenza, dengue fever, several filoviruses including Ebola and Marburg virus, and possibly SARS-CoV 2 must be cleaved by furin or furin-like proteases to become fully functional. The human enzyme furin is encoded by our chromosome No. 15, band 15q26.1.

Some proteins are inactive when they are first synthesized and must have sections removed in order to become active. Furin cleaves these sections and activates the proteins. Furin is also known as PACE (Paired basic Amino acid Cleaving Enzyme. (Note: see mutations!)

Second, once the virus has penetrated the cell wall, aided and abetted by furin, it injects its own short-string RNA (ribonucleic acid) or DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) into the cell and supplants the cell’s own reproductive function, replacing it with its own and then reproducing itself using the resources of the original cell, thus rendering that cell dead and depriving the infected body of a part of its essential functionality.

Vector is the word used to describe the way in which infections travel (are transmitted) between living organisms. For example, the vector for Yersinia pestis, the Black Death bacterial strain, was the fleas that lived on rats and transmitted that strain to humans by biting them. The vector for malaria is the anopheles mosquito which carries and injects infected blood containing the plasmodium that causes malaria. The vectors for Covid can be personal contact, contact with surfaces with the virus still alive on them, viruses travelling in airborne aerosols from coughing and sneezing, and also from infected faeces. This is why cleanliness in all respects and social distancing reduces or precludes the chance of cross-infection.

Note: The shorter the genetic string of a micro-organism, the harder it is to kill. The converse is why we as human beings with our huge genome are so vulnerable to micro-organisms such as viruses. The human genome has over 3 billion base pairs and is organized into 22 paired chromosomes, termed autosomes, plus the 23rd pair of sex chromosomes, (XX) in the female and (XY) in the male. These large linear DNA molecules contained within the living cell nucleus are open to a variety of attack vectors and what they carry, and the latter can now be bio-engineered via the use of rRNA (recombinant RNA) techniques and other methods… none of which were invented by bats or pangolins!

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Cultural Enrichment vs. COVID-19 in Germany

The translated material below concerns the various ways in which “New Germans” collide with the restrictions imposed by the government in response to the Wuhan Coronavirus.

First, an article from Bild, translated by MissPiggy:

Problems in the Erzgebirge

Asylum seekers disregard the social distancing order

by Frank Selig
March 25, 2020

Schneeberg (Saxony) — The mayors of Schneeberg and Zschorlau ask Saxony’s Ministry of the Interior for help. Because many of the asylum seekers living here are not complying with social distancing restrictions.

Large groups of residents of the Schneeberg asylum centre have repeatedly been observed on excursions without good reason, the city leaders report. This would give the population the impression that the restrictions do not apply to them.

Some asylum seekers reacted to this, sometimes aggressively. For this reason, the state should, for example, establish an on-location supply as soon as possible to provide the refugee home with goods for the residents’ daily needs.

To this end, the riot police could support the police in enforcing the ban on contact.

Next come three videos. The first features an esteemed Turkish-German gentleman complaining about the closing of Shisha bars. Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

The second video shows culture-enrichers in Frankfurt who are nonchalant about the ChiCom flu and disobey the new rules by using the gymnastic facilities in a public park. Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

In the final video immigrants display fatalism and indifference concerning the coronavirus. Many thanks to Nash Montana for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Brother Antony Silenced on Breitbart

Regular readers are familiar with the work of our English correspondent Seneca III, who has been contributing essays to Gates of Vienna for more than twelve years. In recent years he has also been commenting on various sites under the name “Brother Antony”, and has just been banned from Breitbart News Network under that soubriquet. Below is his account of what happened.

Banned and be damned

by Seneca III

For a long time now I’ve been fighting our battle on other fronts under my other handle ‘Brother Antony’ which I suspect you are aware of.

My primary vehicle has been Breitbart London, now under the little-publicised Managing Editorship of one James Delingpole (according to Dr. Steve Turley) since Raheem Khassam left.

I’ve made many like-minded friends there, but today [26 March 2020] I’ve been summarily banned by ‘Breitbart News Network’ without even the courtesy of an explanation. Their prerogative, of course, but rather uncivil of them nonetheless. However, as there is nothing I can do about it, I would be grateful if you could just let the guys and gals from the BB comments section (those who also follow GoV, that is) and with whom I’ve had so many interesting and heart-warming conversations over the years know that I’m sorry I could not say goodbye in person, and I thank them for the memories. I will not be returning there even if given the opportunity, for I will not accept being chastised for speaking truth freely to power. Nor will I ever again offer my neck to the jackboot of those particular censors.

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The Coronavirus is a Gift for Culture-Enrichers in Germany

The Wuhan Coronavirus crisis presents a golden opportunity for “New Germans” to troll “those who have been here for a longer time”. Not only do they get a rise out of stodgy burghers by hawking lungers at them, they also gather in large crowds at will — they don’t need no stinkin’ social distance!

Nash Montana has translated three articles on the topic from the German press. The first is from Breaking News Saarland:

Unbelievable! Youths target elderly people and service personnel in trains by coughing on them

Dillingen: It’s terrible how little respect some people have towards their fellow humans. In the past week several incidents took place in Saarland’s local train traffic, in which youths targeted elderly fellow travelers and train service personnel by coughing at them. Mostly targeted by the attacks were: Regional trains between Saarbrucken and the Rhineland-Pfalz town of Landstuhl, between Saarbrucken and Saarlouis, and between Saarbrucken and the Rhineland-Pfalz town of Pirmasens.

The incidents usually took place from early afternoon until the evening hours. The youths might find this funny, but these coughing attacks undoubtedly lead to anxiety and fear in these Corona pandemic times. The incidents, however, fulfill elements of the law about ‘annoyance of the general public’ according to the Administrative Offense Act.

Therefore it is against the law for anyone who partakes in an offensive act that leads to the annoyance of the general public, threats thereof, and limiting the public order. The act can be punished with monetary fines.

Apart from that it is entirely possible that these youths who direct their coughing at other people are infected with the novel coronavirus, even though they may not know it yet. These cough attacks could indeed infect elderly people and service personnel, which can have grave consequences for at-risk patients.

The federal police in Saarland and Kaiserslautern have been informed about the incidents and are searching for offenders. The German Bahn has upped security on the trains. They plan to patrol the affected trains with more security personnel.

The second article is from Rundblick Unna:

Young men swear and cough at pedestrians — “now you have Corona!”

“The police are speechless about the incident,” the spokesman for the Kreisbehoerde Soest police underlines. He’s talking about “a rather impolite incident” which took place Monday evening around 11pm, when a witness called in to the police station:

In the inner city, three young men were walking, circa 25 to 30 years old, They swore at pedestrians — and coughed into their direction with the words: “Now you have Corona!”

The police deployed immediately but couldn’t find the trio anymore.

“We are pretty speechless about this incident. That’s why we are asking witnesses who could give us any clues about the suspects to call us. There exists unfortunately no physical description of the trio.”

Finally, from Tag24:

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Migrant-“Rescue” NGOs Are Raring to Go

It appears that the flow of migrant-“rescue” ships into Italy has stopped not because of prohibitions by the Italians, but simply because it is logistically impossible to organize the ships’ putting out to sea.

Many thanks to FouseSquawk for translating this op-ed from Il Giornale:

The NGOs don’t want to stop: Ready to bring in more migrants

The NGOs are itching to return to sea. For them it doesn’t seem to be a problem that bringing migrants into Italy at this time would present further difficulties for our country, which is exhausted by the battle against the coronavirus.

by Mauro Indelicato
March 21, 2020

It is true that in Libya, the war has not stopped, true that the emergency has lasted almost a decade, but that does not detract from the fact that the Italian conflict, in which our country is fighting against Covid-19, is also causing pain and suffering in the population.

This is a principle perhaps almost banal to mention, but not for some representatives of NGOs, which are chomping at the bit to get back to sea and bring in dozens more migrants into Italy. The words of Riccardo Gatti, president of Open Arms, from a few days ago, seem rather eloquent: “In Libya there are still men, women and children risking their lives every day,” declared the head of the Spanish NGO. “In Libya, the coronavirus is not the only problem; their lives are being violated. Every day.”

“The young men of Open Arms consider themselves missionaries of immigration, brave paladins of the weakest, modern-day Robin Hoods,” underlined Maurizio Belpietro in La Verita [The Truth]. They want to return to Libya; for them it almost seems that the only suffering of note is that of those who live on the Mediterranean shore of Africa.

It is not so important to them, therefore, whether Italy today is not able to accept even one more person, considering the thousands who, with difficulty and not a few risks, are confined within the reception centers.

Not only Gatti and not only Open Arms, but the members of the French NGO, SOS Méditerranée are clawing to get out, who yesterday declared that they have docked the Ocean Viking at Marseilles and are respecting the anti-virus regulations in force also in France. “But we are working to return to sea as soon as possible,” they wanted to report.

You remain inside the port because you are forced to do so by circumstances, not to avoid worsening the condition of a country such as ours, exhausted and tested by an unexpected public health emergency, and therefore even more terrible to live in. All of Italy is under pressure from what is happening: not only the citizens, but especially the doctors and volunteers in the ward who have not seen their own families for weeks in order to give the hope of life to all those people who no longer have the strength to breathe on their own.

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