Reader’s Links for September 9, 2020

Each day at just after midnight Eastern, a post like this one is created for contributors and readers of this site to upload news links and video links on the issues that concern this site. Most notably, Islam and its effects on Classical Civilization, and various forms of leftism from Soviet era communism, to postmodernism and all the flavours of galloping statism and totalitarianism such as Nazism and Fascism which are increasingly snuffing out the classical liberalism which created our near, miraculous civilization the West has been building since the time of Socrates.

This document was written around the time this site was created, for those who wish to understand what this site is about. And while our understanding of the world and events has grown since then, the basic ideas remain sound and true to the purpose.

So please post all links, thoughts and ideas that you feel will benefit the readers of this site to the comments under this post each day. And thank you all for your contributions.

This is the new Samizdat. We must use it while we can.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

112 Replies to “Reader’s Links for September 9, 2020”

  1. Biden’s Own Staffer Just Turned On Him – Former Stenographer Admits That Joe’s “Mental Acuity” Isn’t The Same

    As Joe Biden makes his run to the White House, he will become more heavily scrutinized with each passing week. This will undoubtedly include his public speech ability.

    The latter has come under fire in recent months, as Republicans claim Biden isn’t “fit” to be President. On the flip side, Democrats say there’s nothing wrong with the former Vice President.

  2. Nearly 1 in 4 Austrians have foreign origins, with integration issues posing a major challenge

    “Austria is experiencing rapid demographic changes, with almost one in four people in Austria now of foreign origin, according to the APA agency. Over the last ten years, the foreign share in the total population has increased by more than a third.

    Currently, 2.07 million people living in the country came to Austria or were born to immigrants out of an overall population of 8.8 million, according to Echo24.

    The share of people with an immigrant background has increased by about 35 percent since 2010. That is primarily due to the migration wave in 2015 when Austria provided protection to approximately 118,000 migrants. To put this into perspective, that equates to more people than the number of citizens in Austria’s sixth-largest city, Klagenfurt.

    Grave concerns over integration
    The changes wrought by mass migration are easily noticeable, especially in the area of education. The proportion of pupils whose first language is not German increased between 2010 and 2019 from about 17 percent to more than 24 percent.

    In cities with an even larger migrant population, this difference is even starker. For example, in what has been labeled a major integration failure, the Austrian government released statistics showing that 51 percent of all students do not speak German at home or as they go about their daily lives The influx of foreigners has also caused strains to the Austria’s welfare system as half of all minimum welfare recipients are foreign nationals as of 2018.

    Austria’s rising migrant population has also been tied to rising crime, with former Austrian Family Minister Juliane Bogner-Strauss indicating that over 200 women were murdered in Austria in 2017, and most of those murders were conducted by foreigners despite them making up a smaller foreign share of Austria’s population.

    She said of 203 suspects involved in the murder of women, 126 were foreigners, and of those foreigners, 62 were asylum seekers.

    She noted that this was a “clear trend” and that, “You have to take appropriate measures.”

    More broadly speaking, police statistics show that in 2019, 40.1 percent of all criminal suspects were foreigners, as well as 42.8 percent of all convicts and 57.9 percent of all people newly imprisoned in the country.

    Austria’s Vienna was the city with the most criminal suspects of foreign origin, with 51.4 percent identified as foreigners in 2018.

    Migrants are also experiencing an unfavorable situation on the labor market. Due to the coronavirus crises, the unemployment rate of people with an immigrant background was 74.2 percent higher in June 2020 compared to June 2019. For ethnic Austrians, this indicator rose by 48.8 percent.”

  3. UN chief: report shows Covid-19 has not slowed climate change

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres gives a rare news conference at the United Nations on the state of the environment and climate change.

    Speaking on data and research in a new multi-agency report from leading science organizations, ‘United in Science 2020’, Guterres tells reporters that climate change has not stopped even though economies shut down during to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    He adds that the world is “far off-track” to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement and suggests using this pandemic era as an opportunity to launch a greener economy worldwide.

  4. “Bob Woodward: General James Mattis Plotted Overthrow of U.S. Government…” by Sundance – September 9, 2020


    Donald John Trump is the first DC outsider we have ever elected to become President of the United States. The scale of what has been revealed merely by his presence is rather jaw-dropping….

    Trump 2020,… he’s saving our Republic and we still don’t know all of it.

  5. When I was a young girl in high school, I had a male teacher who use to say lewd remarks to girls. He always carried a pointer and sometimes he would put the pointer on your sweater and say “There are 2 points I really like about that sweater that I really like.”
    I suggested that a group of girls should go to the guidance councillor and tell her what he was doing. 18 of us agreed we would go, so I made an appointment for 8 o’clock the next morning. I was the only one who showed up. Later when I spoke to the girls, they all told me similar stories – – their parents told them to say nothing, he would fail them, it was best to keep quiet.
    Days later when I entered his class he said I was late, get out, when I got to the door he asked what did I think I was doing, sit down, when I got to my desk he again asked me what did I think I was doing, get out. This time when I got to the door he again asked me what did I think I was doing and so I told him I was going to the office to tell the principal how crazy he is.
    The principal told me to get the guidance councillor and meet him back at my home room. By the time I got back there, he was being carried out on a stretcher in a straitjacket. He died a few days later.

    My point is, all the parents told their own children to be quiet and not say anything because he could fail them.

    Today I hear young kids in university talking about their left wing profs, how “out there“ they are, but they play the game, answer they questions the way they know the prof wants them answered.

    The NDP and Liberal politicians in Canada voted for M-103, for what purpose, do they not know what the Canadian Constitution states? My bet would be of course they know but they had to tighten up what a person is NOT allowed to say in Canada.

    Don Cherry got fired for saying a certain group of people in Canada would not wear a poppy. Imam Mazin Abdul-Adhim stated quite clearly Muslims do not and will not wear a poppy, Canadian soldiers are war criminals.

    Daniel Bordman, a young man in Canada has spoke about Political Entryism in Canada. He has questioned some people in the political parties in Canada, named some names and now he is being sued for 2.5 million dollars.

    Tom Quiggin has talked about the Islamists within Canada – – wrote a book “Submission” I, like many others have talked with people about the infiltration of our nation, and have been called every vile name under the sun and shunned by some.

    All these generations later I see the result of parents teaching their children to say nothing in fear of retaliation. So here we are today in the year 2020, and parents are putting masks on tiny little children and questioning nothing, just doing what the politicians tell them to do. Wear a mask, keep your mouth shut and never question a politician.

    I bought the book, The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire, from my local library, when it was put on the list of 19 history books some politicians decided were not worthy of reading.

    I remember when I was really young, my Mother attended many city council meetings, fighting for a stop sign to be put up at a busy street corner, she fought for quite a long time for one stop sign. Finally when a five year old girl was hit and killed, the city put up a stop sign on that corner.

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