Covid measures: Links 2, November 25, 2020

1. The entire country is locked down, and you will be barred for life from some of the few stores allowed to operate if you don’t obey all the covid regs and act like you enjoy it.

2. Does anyone know what the “Reichstag Fire” was exactly and care to explain it in the comments?

Car scrawled with messages crashes into gate of Merkel’s Berlin office ahead of lockdown meeting (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

A car covered with messages has crashed into the gates of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office in Berlin ahead of a meeting where the extension of Germany’s coronavirus lockdown was set to be discussed.

Photographs from the scene reveal messages including “Stop Globalisation Politics” and “You damn killers of children and old people” were written across the side of the vehicle.

There were no immediate reports of casualties in the aftermath of the incident. Dozens of emergency responders attended the scene and armed police officers and police dogs inspected the Volkswagen estate following the crash.

3. British MP appears to have taken his disgust with the police arrest of an elderly protestor women into Parliament.

4. To be clear, pharma companies are more corrupt than most of us are able to imagine. They have highly paid teams to come up with ways to cheat for profit.

5. Our society is being divided between those who support totalitarian measures, often for the most selfish of reasons, and those that support freedom for others.

Thank you M., Johnny U., Wrath of Khan, C., Malevolent Pixie and MANY more for your continued sanity.

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13 Replies to “Covid measures: Links 2, November 25, 2020”

    • “Hotel management said the teenager was kicked out of the venue for being too rowdy but climbed a fence to get back in to his mates.

      When security noticed they shepherded him out – but the teen broke free, ran straight back to the bar and poured himself a schooner.”

      WHY DIDN’T THEY CALL THE POLICE?

  1. (In 1933 4 weeks after Hitler was sworn in there as an arson attempt on the Reichstag, the German Parliament building. Hitler had ordered the deliberately botched attempt that left behind a lot of evidence that it was done by Communists. Hitler used the fire as an excuse to use the Germany government against the Communist and other anti-Nazi groups.

    If Biden is sworn in as President we can expect that there will be some event that the Dems and the Propaganda Press (I know redundant) will spin as Far Right White Supremacist action and will be used as an excuse to turn the Police loose on everyone who is opposing the Dems.)

    https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/the-reichstag-fire

    The Reichstag Fire

    On February 27, 1933, the German parliament (Reichstag) building burned down. The Nazi leadership and its coalition partners used the fire to claim that Communists were planning a violent uprising. They claimed that emergency legislation was needed to prevent this. The resulting act, commonly known as the Reichstag Fire Decree, abolished a number of constitutional protections and paved the way for Nazi dictatorship.
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    Implemented one day after the fire, the decree suspended the right to assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and other constitutional protections, including all restraints on police investigations. It remained in effect until Nazi Germany was defeated in May 1945.

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    The decree permitted the regime to arrest and incarcerate political opponents without specific charge, to dissolve political organizations, and to confiscate private property.

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    The decree also gave the regime the authority to overrule state and local laws and overthrow state and local governments.

    On February 27, 1933, the German parliament (Reichstag) building burned down due to arson. The Nazi leadership and its German Nationalist coalition partners exploited the fire to persuade President Paul von Hindenburg that Communists were planning a violent uprising to derail Germany’s “national renewal.” They claimed that emergency legislation was needed to prevent this. Commonly known as the Reichstag Fire Decree, the resulting act “For the Protection of the People and State” abolished a number of constitutional protections and paved the way for Nazi dictatorship.

    Using emergency constitutional powers, Adolf Hitler’s cabinet had issued a Decree for the Protection of the German People on February 4, 1933. This decree placed constraints on the press and authorized the police to ban political meetings and marches, effectively hindering electoral campaigning. A temporary measure, it was followed by a more dramatic and permanent suspension of civil rights following the February 27 burning of the parliament building.

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    This footage shows the Reichstag (German parliament) building on the day after it was set on fire. Blaming Communists for the incident, Hitler suspended constitutional guarantees and expelled Communist and Socialist deputies from the parliament. Shortly after the decree was issued, the Nazis established concentration camps for the internment of political opponents.

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    On February 27, 1933, the German parliament (Reichstag) building burned down due to arson. The Nazi leadership and its German Nationalist coalition partners exploited the fire to persuade President Paul von Hindenburg that Communists were planning a violent uprising to derail Germany’s “national renewal.” They claimed that emergency legislation was needed to prevent this. Commonly known as the Reichstag Fire Decree, the resulting act “For the Protection of the People and State” abolished a number of constitutional protections and paved the way for Nazi dictatorship.

    Using emergency constitutional powers, Adolf Hitler’s cabinet had issued a Decree for the Protection of the German People on February 4, 1933. This decree placed constraints on the press and authorized the police to ban political meetings and marches, effectively hindering electoral campaigning. A temporary measure, it was followed by a more dramatic and permanent suspension of civil rights following the February 27 burning of the parliament building.

    Reichstag Fire

    Though the origins of the fire are still unclear, in a propaganda maneuver, the coalition government (Nazis and the German Nationalist People’s Party) blamed the Communists. They exploited the Reichstag fire to secure President von Hindenburg’s approval for an emergency decree, the decree “For the Protection of the People and State” of February 28, one day after the burning of the Reichstag. Popularly known as the Reichstag Fire Decree, the regulations suspended the right to assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and other constitutional protections, including all restraints on police investigations.

    Justified on the false premise that the Communists were planning an uprising to overthrow the state, the Reichstag Fire Decree permitted the regime to arrest and incarcerate political opponents without specific charge, dissolve political organizations, and to suppress publications. It also gave the central government the authority to overrule state and local laws and overthrow state and local governments.

    The Nazi press described the Reichstag fire as the work of the Communists and a signal for their planned uprising. Even the US independent Fox Movie Tones newsreel reflected the German government version. Although the Communists had not, in fact, developed any plans for an uprising, the impact of propaganda and terror on existing fears of a Communist takeover convinced many Germans that Hitler’s decisive action had saved the nation from “Bolshevism.”

    Within months, for example, the Nazi regime destroyed Germany’s previously vigorous free press. By 1941, the Nazi Party’s Eher publishing house had become the largest ever in German history, and its main daily newspaper, the Völkischer Beobachter (The National Observer) had reached a circulation of over 1,000,000.

    • TY, Richard. Sobering review.

      Preview of Coming Attractions?
      ……..NO!……..

      It can't happen here. It can't happen here. It can't happen here. It can't happen here.

        • That’s it, people got the idea that “it could never happen here” and the left seized the chance to take absolute power. Look at all of the columnists who are acting as if this is just another election where 4 years from now we will be able to elect a different President.

          If the Dems win the US is finished as a free nation, while there will be a massive revolt it will destroy or faith in any type of vote to pick our leaders.

  2. Why did Carol Hughes, the Federal NDP member of parliament for Algoma Manitoulin send out a news letter with a picture of women holding up Black Lives Matter signs? Black Lives Matter is a revolutionary group who want to defund the police.

    An OPP officer was recently shot and killed on Manitoulin Island. What a tragic shame we do not have politicians who believe Blue Lives Matter.

    Hughes also voted in favour of M-103, our hate speech motion introduced by Muslim member of Parliament, Iqra Khalid.
    Is Carol Hughes aware of what some Imams are spewing in Canada?

  3. Facebook Page Dr. Eric Coomer, Director Product and Security Dominion Voting Systems, post for July 21, 2016.

    Facebook friend land – open call-

    If you are planning to vote for the autocratic, narcissistic, fascists, ass-hat blowhard and his Christian jihadist VP pic, UNFRIEND ME NOW! No, I’m not joking. I’m all for reasoned political discourse and healthy debate — I’m looking at you ( 3 names of friends). I disagree with you three on many philosophical grounds but respect your opinions. Only an absolute F CKING IDIOT could ever vote for that wind-bag f cktard FASCIST RACIST F CK! No bullshit, I don’t give a damn if you’re friend, family, or random acquaintance, pull the leaver, mark an oval, touch a screen for that carnival-barker —UNFRIEND ME NOW. I have no desire whatsoever to ever interact with you. You are beyond hope, beyond reason. You are controlled by fear, reaction and bullshit.

    Get your shit together.
    Oh, if that doesn’t persuade you, “F CK you!
    Seriously, this f cking ass clown stands against everything that makes this country awesome! You want in on that? You deserve nothing but contempt.

    Near the bottom of his rant, Coomer clarifies: These opinions are rational and completely my own. They are based on reason and highly credible. Though they are not necessarily the thoughts of my employer, though if not, I should probably find another job. Who wants to work for complete morons?

    Is he trying to cover his tracks, “None of my personal opinions affect my professional conduct or attitudes,” adding “I am non-partisan.”

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