1. Bill Whittle on the use of HCQ and President Trump’s declaration that he uses HCQ
(You know, if a president, for a Democrat one, said they went to alternative medicine. Chinese traditional medicine. Wicca healing. Voodoo treatments, they would be celebrated. This has to tell you the problem with HCQ is it works.)
(ATTN All readers from within the broadcast area of BBC. Please consider signing this. The BBC is as much to blame for the collapse and destruction of Great Britain as is the Labour Party that decided to deliberately destroy it with mass immigration from societies that are anathema.)
A NEW campaign group called “Defund the BBC” has seen a flood of support in the last 24 hours.
The group, which operates on Twitter, describes itself as a grassroots campaign set up to defund the BBC amid allegations of bias. Founder James Yucel said: “I’m just a student that’s fed up, so I’ve founded this movement to defund the BBC. It’s time.” One statement issued on the group’s Twitter feed said: “25,000 followers on the first day.
“The BBC can’t ignore the people forever.”
Another tweet said: “This isn’t just a campaign anymore.
“This is a movement.”
Mr Yucel said: “Ultimately the BBC is not impartial they regularly refuse to introduce guests with a political background and they edit the footage to make the government look worse than they actually are.”
— James Yucel (@JamesLYucel) June 7, 2020
A Middle Eastern man drew a knife on Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish party Hard Line, during an attempted Quran-burning on Constitution Day.
Rasmus Paludan, the leader of the Danish anti-immigration party Hard Line, has been exposed to what he himself calls an assassination attempt.
A 52-year-old immigrant man tried to attack Paludan with a knife, the police confirmed.
The attack happened in connection with Paludan attempting to burn the Quran during a Hard Line demonstration at Poet Park in Aarhus on Constitution Day. Quran-burning is a staple of Hard Line, which sees it as a celebration of freedom of speech.
The police surrounded the perpetrator and then shot him in the leg. Following the attack, Paludan was evacuated by the police.
4. Video suggesting that the Minneapolis riots where planned years in advance.
(Has to be true. Leftists can’t organize a bridge game that fast)
5. Youtube blocked the following clip of Brad Johnson talking about ANTIFA as a violation of Terms and Service. Here is is again. You decide what their real motive has to have been.
(Scrub this we are going to do a whole post on this with a word from Brad about it!)
6. Stephen Coughlin shows the connection between the Maoist insurgency model and what is going on everywhere around us
Just what could political warfare (the Maoist Insurgency Model) have to do with American street violence today? If you have to ask . . .https://t.co/2EYDKh8aoP
— Stephen Coughlin (@S_Coughlin_DC) June 8, 2020
7. AG Barr exposes CBS fake news. (I agree with Stephen Coughlin on this one. Best not to confuse Fake News with enemy propaganda. This is enemy propaganda.)
AG Barr Sets CBS News Straight On Fake News About Riots https://t.co/KSfYvuVQfg
— The Liberty Eagle (@TheLibertyEagle) June 8, 2020
8. Would be interesting to see women riot over this real issue for what we imagine feminism is. Of course we won’t because it isn’t what we think feminism is.
Germany: Muslim migrant murders his wife, had already murdered another wife in the Netherlands https://t.co/EUASE1kzyC
— Robert Spencer ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ?? (@jihadwatchRS) June 8, 2020
9. Active shooter at Seattle protest
Dr Amit Patel, co-author of an influential study on hydroxychloroquine and its effects on coronavirus patients, has left his faculty posting at the University of Utah.
In a statement to the BBC, the university said his unpaid adjunct appointment was officially terminated by “mutual agreement” on Friday.
It comes days after Dr Patel and two other co-authors retracted their study, which found that taking hydroxychloroquine increased the risk of death in coronavirus patients. The group said they could no longer vouch for its veracity after the healthcare firm behind their data would not hand over the dataset for independent analysis.
The study’s findings influenced the World Health Organization’s decision to suspend testing on the anti-malaria drug, but the UN body has since resumed trials.
Thank you M., Malevolent Pixie, EB., Richard, ML., Gwen, Wrath of Khan, and all who sent in materials last weekend and today.
Malevolent Pixie in the comments pointed out that for some reason, watching the communist insurgency play out reminded them of the movie, The Killing Fields. By coincidence, or perhaps not but from shared understanding, I was discussing that movie with a relative earlier today as well, because of the current scenario. Communists have turned our children against their culture, their nations, their customs, their societal systems, and even their own parents and relatives. The youth have been given tremendous power and are not all that far from holding weapons to the people who built these societies and making them do pointless work and for a break, get indoctrination lessons in Maoist ideology. Pass, or get shot by one of your own children.
Are we there yet?
Well history does not repeat itself. But it does rhyme. So determining if we are there requires recognizing the key aspects of what this insurgency is about and seeing if they match.
Like Islam, communism doesn’t care that much about what a thing is called or even how its done so long as the objectives are met. Islam doesn’t care if we call it blasphemy laws or hate speech so long as criticizing Islam is a crime. And communists don’t care if we pretend we are defending injustice to people with dark skin so long as the result is the total collapse of the state.
Then you will see injustice. But you won’t be able to talk about it anymore.