1. Stock price tanks after Covid vaccine causes severe reaction
(The Nobel Prize winner in medicine who was the first to say this virus was man made, also said that it was very unlikely there would be an effective vaccine)
2. Great political ad
— Diana West (@diana_west_) September 8, 2020
3. Ayaan Hirsi Ali on President Trump’s banning of communist race theory in schools
My gosh, the nerve! THRILLED and AMAZED that President Trump BANNED "Critical Race Theory" from federal training sessions. Surely CEO's, Presidents, and Boards of corporations, universities and other institutions can match that courage. https://t.co/puas1dQ6wp
— Ayaan Hirsi Ali (@Ayaan) September 8, 2020
(Ayaan’s book, Infidel, is one of the most excellent books I have ever read.)
How to become a better terrorist, and what is necessary for a successful attack on the West? Researchers at the Institute of Strategic Dialogue think tank have found instructions on such topics across the internet, along with tens of thousands of other documents related to the Islamic State terrorist organization.
Despite the territorial defeat of the Islamists, their digital library seems to be thriving.
Researchers at the institute called the extensive collection of propaganda materials “The Caliphate Cache“. The first clue to the secret library was obtained after the death of the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr Baghdadi, last autumn, the BBC wrote.
They noticed that social media contributors claiming to belong to IS began publishing posts with a shortened link, which led one researcher to documents and videos in nine languages, revealing the actual size of the “Islamic State Library.”
Now, there are over 90,000 copies of IS documents on several servers. In addition to religious texts and extremist ideology, these are also highly idealized descriptions of what life in an Islamic state looks like. According to the BBC, it is likely that many of the documents were seen by the girls who then went to Syria and Iraq to marry a selected terrorist.
The library also contains specific instructions for killing innocent people, including poisoning them with common over-the-counter pharmaceuticals.
5. In Sweden, no one is wearing masks on the Subway
Sweden was nearly the only country who stuck to modern science, versus regressing to medieval superstition.
And now they get the reward – back to the old normal, freedom, democracy, civil rights and a great society. https://t.co/Mw13QeH872
— Ivor Cummins (@FatEmperor) September 8, 2020
BEAVER CREEK, Colorado | The drug hydroxychloroquine has gotten a bad rap thanks to politics, media hype and some “garbage” medical research, according to Dr. Scott Atlas, who joined the White House coronavirus task force earlier this month.
“What’s happened with hydroxychloroquine is that the system has gone mad,” Dr. Atlas said Friday at the Steamboat Institute Freedom Conference. “I sort of make the analogy that we all know objective journalism is basically dead in this country, I’m very cynical about that, and now what we’re seeing is that objective science is nearly dead.”
Dr. Atlas, a senior fellow with the Hoover Institution in Stanford, California, emphasized that the drug has not been proven as a treatment for the novel coronavirus — “I’m not going to say it’s proven to work because it’s not” — but he challenged those who have accused President Trump of pushing snake oil.
37 to go:https://t.co/KtfIoiny7c
— DrLee MD 4 America ?????? (@DrLee4America) September 9, 2020
7. Tucker Carlson segment on how CNN actually works, as opposed to what they say
The standards are designed to nudge the industry in the direction of increased representation throughout all stages of film production, by using the lure of the movies’ most coveted prize
Films hoping to compete for Oscars in the Best Picture category will in the future need to meet a series of standards for representation and inclusion, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday.
The Academy’s new standards, a rare instance in which Oscars eligibility is dependent upon factors apart from how long a movie is or how it is distributed, include the use of actors from underrepresented racial or ethic groups; storylines centering on underrepresented groups; creative leadership and key crew positions occupied by women or members of racial or ethic groups, the LGBTQ+ community or those with cognitive or physical disabilities; paid apprenticeship, internship or training opportunities for underrepresented groups; and diversity in marketing, publicity and distribution.
To qualify for Best Picture, a film will need to meet the standards in two of four different areas: On-Screen Representation, Themes and Narratives; Creative Leadership and Project Team; Industry Access; and Opportunities and Audience Development.
(Themes and narratives, ay? So like everything else where merit should bring people to the top, we will have to make our own prize for best whatever event it is, and keep it away from elites till they take it over anyway then do it again. This is probably the history of the world anyway, but so much faster now its easier to notice. Which means it could be not such a bad thing. Remember, like most awards and prizes and even politicians, they have only so much authority as we give them. As TV fades and more people find what they want online, the Oscars could become a thing the next generation never heard of. Except maybe as the Special Olympics of entertainment. A lovely thing for those categories that normally cannot get recognition in the general field of those who have pushed the potential of humanity in the direction of excellence.)
9. Spain: Police try and arrest a woman without a mask at a demonstration and ten other people take off their masks and defend her. Police back away
Spain: The attempt to arrest a woman without a mask fails
In Spain, police tried to arrest a woman for not wearing a mask.
Dozens of people took off their masks and then helped the woman.
This is how you have to stand against the law enforcement officers, not just gawk and let it happen!
The nomination comes just weeks after the United States helped broker the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, paving way for their diplomatic relations.
President Donald Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, Fox News reported on Wednesday. The US President was nominated by a Norwegian lawmaker Christian Tybring-Gjedde for brokering the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
“For his merit, I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees,” Tybring-Gjedde told Fox News in an interview.
According to the nomination letter sent to the Nobel Committee the deal overseen by the Trump administration was a “game changer that will turn the Middle East into a region of cooperation and prosperity,” Fox News reports.
(This is concerning. At this point the Nobel Peace Prize is so sullied that winning it makes you look bad.)
Thank you M., Johnny U., Chris Jones, Miss Piggy, Hellequin GB., Wrath of Khan, PC., Richard, Yucki and all who contributed to this post and this work in general.
Some hard hitting journalism right here
— Robert Spencer ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ?? (@jihadwatchRS) September 9, 2020
Your tax dollars at work:
Sick of this liberal sh*t yet? I sure am. ?? https://t.co/81dYFgP1K8
— Cupcake (@Cupcake51637802) September 9, 2020