1. If anyone had the guts to do this in Canada or the US it would be interesting to see if they would be arrested for a hate crime sort of. Well not really because we know they would be.
2. None of these people will be arrested for a hate crime even though it absolutely is to the letter of the law. Which is why there should be NO hate crimes laws in a jurisdiction with a 1st amendment.
3. China baits Japan
Chinese ships enter Japan's territorial waters | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News https://t.co/gNELwfKYM9
— Christine Brim (@Christine_Brim) July 5, 2020
4. More claims to Communist ambitions by BLM
A simple solution. Move to China, North Korea, or Cuba. https://t.co/8tJsEYfkDr
— Elizabeth A. Morris (@eamorris_) July 5, 2020
6. Yeah, communist revolution.
Refuse Fascism, a front group for the Revolutionary Communist Party, and BLM protesters outside the White House: “We need a revolution in order to overthrow this system and bring a whole new communist world into being."
Video by @FordFischer.pic.twitter.com/mzEA1Az2G0
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) July 5, 2020
7. the moment of the explosion of a ship at the Istanbul Bridge. One in a series of videos of things blowing up in the Islamic world in the Reader’s Links for today.
In the city of Ahvaz, an explosion ignited a fire at the Zergan power plant, which Iranian media claimed was ignited when a transformer exploded.
By AP and WIN Staff
In Iran’s Khuzestan province on Saturday, a fire at the Zergan power plant was ignited in the city of Ahvaz, when a transformer exploded, state-run IRNA news agency reported.
Iran has threatened to retaliate for cyber attacks launched against its facilities and named ‘hostile countries’ Israel and the United States as possible targets.
“So far Iran has tried to prevent intensifying crises and the formation of unpredictable conditions and situations,” said IRNA.
“But the crossing of red lines of the Islamic Republic of Iran by hostile countries, especially the Zionist regime and the United States, means that strategy should be revised.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will now be facing a sixth investigation by Canada’s ethics commissioner over the federal government’s decision to award a $900 million sole-source contract to a charity with ties to the Trudeau family.
Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau both have extensive ties to WE Charity. Grégoire Trudeau is a “WE ambassador and ally” and hosts a podcast with the organization, and the family has hosted and attended many WE events. Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s daughter Clare Morneau is also tied to the organization.
Trudeau called WE Charity the “best and only” organization able to administer the Canada Student Service Grant program.
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion confirmed to the Conservatives and the NDP on Friday that he is opening an investigation into the deal.
10. Actual science on Hydroxychloroquine
Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, PePi, Richard, Yucki and so many more who took the time and effort to send in materials.