How might this pandemic be part of a Hegelian equation? Links 1 for September 18, 2020

1. More phoney covid measures from the left elite.

2. Let’s be clear on Soros, who is being clear with us more or less at this time.

3. Here is the FOX Soros clip again. We posted the day it happened, but it comes in by email, comment and tweet every hour or so. It is an important TV event however. The FOX people in fact have apologized for this since then however. But that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

Newt himself discusses the event here.

4. I believe him. It was before, and because of its freedoms and low taxes. Its EASY to make that happen again.

5. BBC interviews someone who goes off script about Covid

6. Andrew Bolt: Victoria’s Cult of Dan

(Andrew Bolt is one of the last remaining journalists who could be compared to the child at the end of the story of the Emperor’s New Clothes. Sometimes an Ambassador to the Obvious is the most valuable person there is. Please do watch this video start to end. There is a deeper message in this video. It speaks to the potential human worship of arbitrary and harshly directed power.)

7. Woman dies after hospital is unable to treat her during crippling ransomware infection, cops launch probe

(Computer systems attacks can be deadly, and will be increasingly more so)

A woman in Germany died after a ransomware infection prevented her hospital from giving emergency treatment.

The unnamed patient died en route to a hospital in another city after she was unable to get treatment in Düsseldorf due to the malware affecting computer systems. A manslaughter investigation is now underway against the ransomware’s operators, who have yet to be identified.

In their very, very thin defense, the crooks behind the file-scrambling nasty turned over the decryption key to the cops when they were informed they had hit a hospital with their crimeware. Since then, the operators have gone dark. Chances are they are not in Germany and there’s not much hope for an arrest and extradition.

University Hospital Düsseldorf said that due to a ransomware attack that has crippled its systems for more than a week, it is unable to take emergency patients. In this case, the woman had to go to another hospital 20 miles away, and did not live through the hour-long wait to see a doctor.

8. Ezra on the Nashville coverup of Covid stats because they were TOO LOW

9. This is interesting:

10. Remember the Vancouver dad who was taken to court for even talking about what the state did to his early teens daughter? Including sterilizing her?

 

Thank you very much everyone, including but not limited to, Johnny U., Hellequin GM., ML., M., Chris J., Snaphanen.Dk., Peter McLoughlin, and all. More to come. Some very interesting videos in the works.

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16 Replies to “How might this pandemic be part of a Hegelian equation? Links 1 for September 18, 2020”

  1. #9. Hegelian dialectic. Now put the “climate change” hoax into this Hegelian dialectic thought guys. Too much carbon …….. climate crisis needs a solution. Well the solution will be 1 day off a week to let the earth rest, no emissions, etc, by legislation. And that day will be the Roman Empire day of rest, Sunday. I will post things to back this up, to show where we are headed.

  2. 4- There really is no reason manufacturing can’t return. Make the country capital friendly and it will run to your doorstep. The debt will be managed by hook or by crook–this is inevitable–but it won’t end the world or the USA. And despite all her problems the USA is still the best country in the world bar none. PT’s fighting spirit is the proof of it!

    • The only way to stop the US from once again being the manufacturing super power of the world is for the leftists to win. As long as the patriots keep fighting for freedom we can’t loose.

    • Second Wave of Coronavirus Ravages Israel’s Arab Population – Afif Abu Much

      During the first wave of the coronavirus in Israel, just 5% of infections were among the Arab community.

      However, during the second wave, “40% of coronavirus patients who are hospitalized and 30% of newly infected patients come from the Arab community,” said Dr. Zahi Said, the Israel Ministry of Health’s spokesman for the Arab sector.
      https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2020/09/israel-arabs-benjamin-netanyahu-reuven-rivlin-coronavirus.html
      …..
      Amid Pandemic, Large Weddings “Our Most Problematic Issue” for Palestinians

      “Wedding ceremonies are our most problematic issue,” said Dr. Wael Taadan, a physician and administrator at the Palestine Red Crescent Society.

      He said that in Hebron, the worst-affected town in the West Bank, infections could be traced back to one super-spreader wedding in June.

      Another super-spreader wedding took place in a village near Ramallah in August. “We saw something like 200 cases in two days,” said Taadan.

      Large ceremonies are customary in Palestinian society, where weddings bind the couple to each other – and to the community. In a village, all the residents will be invited.

      Without strict enforcement, coronavirus infections in the West Bank and Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem have doubled over the past month from 15,000 to more than 30,000.
      https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/super-spreader-weddings-west-bank-1.5717669

    • Second Wave of Coronavirus Ravages Israel’s Arab Population – Afif Abu Much (Al-Monitor)

      During the first wave of the coronavirus in Israel, just 5% of infections were among the Arab community.

      However, during the second wave, “40% of coronavirus patients who are hospitalized and 30% of newly infected patients come from the Arab community,” said Dr. Zahi Said, the Israel Ministry of Health’s spokesman for the Arab sector.
      https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2020/09/israel-arabs-benjamin-netanyahu-reuven-rivlin-coronavirus.html
      ……….
      Amid Pandemic, Large Weddings “Our Most Problematic Issue” for Palestinians

      “Wedding ceremonies are our most problematic issue,” said Dr. Wael Taadan, a physician and administrator at the Palestine Red Crescent Society.

      He said that in Hebron, the worst-affected town in the West Bank, infections could be traced back to one super-spreader wedding in June.

      Another super-spreader wedding took place in a village near Ramallah in August. “We saw something like 200 cases in two days,” said Taadan.

      Large ceremonies are customary in Palestinian society, where weddings bind the couple to each other – and to the community. In a village, all the residents will be invited.

      Without strict enforcement, coronavirus infections in the West Bank and Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem have doubled over the past month from 15,000 to more than 30,000.
      https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/super-spreader-weddings-west-bank-1.5717669

      • Imagine the outrage if Israel chose to avoid this second HUGE lockdown. Pals would constitute the majority of sick and dying. First time around, only 5%.

        “Herd immunity” would kill off vulnerable Pals………
        ………who would retaliate by murdering healthy Jews (together with random Pals, collateral damage).

        That has to be the ONLY reason for imposing such restrictions for the entire holiday season. Politics as a blood sport.

  3. 3 – “For those who have asked why we are not on @FoxNews: Hubby said on
    @LouDobbs accurate statement…that @georgesoros controls part of StateDept. Victoria Nuland had open door policy with him. Can’t criticize Soros on Fox. Just ask @newtgingrich. #maga2020”
    Victoria Toensing – September 17, 2020 – Twitter
    https://twitter.com/VicToensing/status/1306560150841499648

    Hubby is: “Joe Digenova Tells it like it is VI”
    What You Missed – September 14, 2020

  4. 7. – That’s what you get when you have your head in the computer and you don’t look at the patient!

    What did they do before computers? Just ask Sister Kenny!

  5. 3. – Fox – Soros

    “Why is Fox News Protecting George Soros?”
    Catholic league President Bill Donohue – September 18, 2020

    Excerpt:

    It didn’t take long before left-wing media outlets celebrated what happened. The Daily Beast explained that Soros is “often the focus of anti-Semitic tropes.” HuffPost said, “In some cases, his name has been used to evoke anti-Semitic tropes.”

    Maybe Soros has been used this way, and if so, that would be despicable. But neither left-wing website provided any examples. Are we to assume, then, that because some bigots have attacked Soros that no one is allowed to cite his role in promoting the left-wing agenda without being called an anti-Semite? Does this justify trying to censor Newt Gingrich?

    Where did Fox News, the Daily Beast, and HuffPost pick up on the talking point that negative comments about Soros can legitimately be construed as anti-Semitic? From the New York Times.

    On October 30, 2018, in a front-page story in the New York Times, reporters noted that “baseless claims” that Soros financed illegal border crossings “carry a strong whiff of anti-Semitism.” Two days later, November 1, 2018, another front-page story commented that critics of Soros employ “barely coded anti-Semitism.” On March 11, 2019, reporters commented that critics of Soros have “skated up to the edge of racism and anti-Semitism with no consequences.”

    Is it anti-Semitic to criticize George Soros? If so, then the ADL, which was founded to combat anti-Semitism, is anti-Semitic.

    On December 5, 2003, ADL national director Abraham Foxman wrote that Soros blamed the current “upsurge of hatred” directed at Jews on Jews. “Not surprisingly,” he wrote, “many Jews are distressed by this tendency, now spilling over to our own community, of blaming Jews for anti-Semitism. That is why I have called Mr. Soros’ comments obscene.”

    Would Fox News consider Foxman’s remarks anti-Semitic?

    Last year, Fox News host Neil Cavuto interviewed me about the fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in France. Here is what I said. “Well, Neil, if it is an accident, it’s a monumental tragedy. But forgive me for being suspicious. Just last month, a 17th-century church was set on fire in Paris. We’ve seen tabernacles knocked down, crosses have been torn down, statues.”

    That was it—Cavuto had a meltdown and cut me off. “We don’t know that. So if we can avoid what your suspicions might be.”

    In short, even speculating about the guilty—even though I did not say a word about religious fanatics—was enough to set off the censors in the control room. So much for my free speech.

    It is not just Big Tech that is stifling the free speech of conservatives. It’s executives at Fox News.
    http://christiannewswire.com/news/1789784377.html

    • KeyWik – George Soros
      Excerpt: Early Life – From The New Yorker

      I don’t deny the Jews their right to a national existence – but I don’t want to be part of it.” That experience notwithstanding, Soros has chosen to exclude Israel and Jewish causes, by and large, from his massive philanthropy – a decision that has caused comment among one of his colleagues in the financial community, particularly those who are strong supporters of Israel. In Hungary, Soros has been subject to anti-Semitic attacks. Referring to being a target, Soros, in his book “Underwriting Democracy,” wrote, “I am ready to stand up and be counted.” When I mentioned that rather suggestive line to Soros during one of several extended interviews with him, he responded quickly, “Right. It took me a long time.”
      He continued, “My mother was quite anti-Semitic, and ashamed of being Jewish. Given the culture in which one lived, being Jewish was a clear-cut stigma, disadvantage, a handicap – and, therefore, there was always the desire to transcend it, to escape it.” He confirmed what someone had told me – that his family name had long ago been changed from Schwartz. “So the assimilationist Jews of Hungary had a deep sense of inferiority and it took me a long time to work through that,” he said, adding, however, that he succeeded in doing so many years ago… “I am escaping the particular. I think I am doing so many years espousing this universal concept of open society. In other words, I don’t think that you can ever overcome anti-Semitism if you behave as a tribe… The only way you can overcome it is if you give up the tribalness.”[6]
      https://www.keywiki.org/George_Soros

      Link: The New Yorker, January 23, 1995, pgs. 58-59
      https://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/41008029?access_key=key-1akmk6l4oun8ydlm6yem

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