2. Boris Johnson announces massive new lockdown measures. Which makes sense cause in England, you know, they speak English and all.
— RT UK (@RTUKnews) September 22, 2020
3. C’mon man!
It's indecent for the Democrats to keep pretending he's competent https://t.co/wzc0Ec9kth
— Jim Hanson ?? (@JimHansonDC) September 21, 2020
5. Please watch Andrew Bolt on Sky news Oz as he exposes ABC, the Australian equivalent of CBC or BBC as the lapdogs of a dictator, and makes a solid case for it. ABC ran a scathing piece on Bolt’s criticism of Dan as a dictator, but hasn’t talked about Victoria’s measures that allow indefinite detainment of a person on the suspicion of having a disease. An unprecedented power for a non-communist government.
Baimadajie Angwang, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Tibet, worked since 2018 as an agent for the People’s Republic of China in its effort to suppress the movement, according to a criminal complaint filed in Brooklyn federal court. It says he secretly worked for unnamed handlers from the Chinese consulate in New York.
There was no allegation that Angwang compromised national security or New York Police Department operations. Still, he was considered “the definition of an insider threat,” William Sweeney, head of the FBI’s New York office, said in a statement.
7. An undervalued report on another “autonomous zone”
8. Hard core Aufhaben. German newspaper claims there never was such a people as Germans.
9. Melbourne Victoria Australia: Footage has captured a dramatic stand-off between police and two elderly women, with one officer appearing to snatch a mobile phone.
Dramatic footage has captured a bizarre stand-off between five police officers and two elderly women sitting on a Melbourne park bench.
The video posted to YouTube on Sunday showed the officers surrounding the two women as one of them said firmly: “No, I’m not standing up”.
“On what grounds am I under arrest? This is unlawful,” the woman said.
She then went on to raise her voice, again questioning why she was under arrest.
A female officer replied: “For failing to provide your name and address”.
The other woman had been recording the encounter, until a male officer walked behind her and appeared to snatch the device from her hand.
“Excuse me, you have no right to seize my property,” she yelled.
Two campaign aides for Lacy Johnson, a Republican seeking to unseat Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), were shot in Minneapolis in broad daylight this week, including a 17-year-old boy.
The teenager was rushed to the hospital, where he died a short time later from his wounds, a Minneapolis police spokesman said.
Officials haven’t officially identified the deceased but his family and school named him as Andre Conley.
(This explains a lot of headlines out of Somalia)
Thank you Hellequin GB., Johnny U., Wrath of Khan, EB., GC., EW., Jan Sjunnessen, Richard, ET., Yucki, and everyone who has the witt and courage to take a critical look at what we are being shown and told.