Reader’s Links for December 4, 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

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  1. “We do not rush toward death, we flee the catastrophe of birth, survivors struggling to forget it. Fear of death is merely the projection into the future of a fear which dates back to our first moment of life. We are reluctant, of course, to treat birth as a scourge: has it not been inculcated as the sovereign good – have we not been told that the worst came at the end, not at the outset of our lives? Yet evil, the real evil, is behind, not ahead of us. What escaped Jesus did not escape Buddha: ‘If three things did not exist in the world, O disciples, the Perfect One would not appear in the world …’ And ahead of old age and death he places the fact of birth, source of every infirmity, every disaster.”

    The right brain – as is my opinion – has every little detail to observe, until the left brain kicks it along down the path of time. The job – the meeting – shifts the morning shower into a fogotten blur, while the unemployed and aimless ponder every moment of bathing and grooming for purpose and meaning, seeking another blur through distractions of intoxication, pain of neglect, and pleasures.

    Birth, is their trouble to blame. For these are the fatherless. They see birth as the beginning; and not what it really is: a reboot, a chance to escape the end-of-the-line for the whole of humankind. They are but the millionth chance at this. The challenge of the ‘game is on!’ of new fresh snow to traverse, as explorers of universes. The seed-bearers called Earthlings.

    But such are the troubles for being born: Jesus still Resurrects the Dead they cry, Their Buddha said, “If three things did not exist in the world, O disciples, the Perfect One would not appear in the world.” Annica ( the truth of Impermanence), Dukka (suffering), and Anatta (there is no Self). And by their Faith, they are saved.

    And yet Jesus resurrected the living, settung them free, to have eyes to see again. He taught the National Socialists of Judaism to go off-script and live by the Spirit. As Buddha taught the International Socialists of Hinduism, their changing edicts from daily-changing Gods, to become objective and detached. Only the troubled of being born will seek out the comforts of blamelessness from submitting to a New Greater Authority. For someone then to play-act for them as Rabbi/priest/teacher. To reject their own – and even more commonly – absent father, for a Heavenly or Earthly Replacement. When their father is their very dna, inside every cell, that tells them they are the last, and that they never were the first. That they are as old as time itself.

    The trouble of being the oldest.

    • WHO: Virus drug distributions must be equitable

      The World Health Organization says the world is close to seeing the end of the COVID-19 pandemic but warned that inequalities in distributing a vaccine and other therapeutics could have deep economic and social consequences

    • CBC – Inside the scramble to mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine

      A major vaccine manufacturer in India scrambling to mass produce the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine so it can get into the arms of billions opened its doors to CBC News.

    • channel 4 Covid vaccine arrives in the UK for mass rollout

      “… from the production line to the arm … ”

      The first batches of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine are thought to have arrived in the UK today, carried by a fleet of unmarked lorries from Belgium, through the Eurotunnel.

      It’s the first step in the country’s biggest vaccination drive in history – and the sheer enormity of the logistical challenge is becoming clear.

      At the moment, it’s not viable to get the fragile doses to residents inside care homes in England and officials have conceded that they may need to wait.

      + comments on the YT page

    • CBC – Alberta’s health-care workers worry system headed for collapse

      Alberta’s dire COVID-19 situation already has health-care workers feeling the strain and a growing number now openly worry that parts of the system could be heading toward collapse.

    • CBC – Alberta field hospitals could hold 750 COVID-19 patients

      Alberta has drafted a plan to set up as many as three field hospitals for up to 750 COVID-19 patients.

      An internal memo obtained by CBC News reveals the plan could involve the military to help staff the facilities.

    • CBS – Facebook To Remove COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation

      In the past, Facebook made vaccine misinformation posts less visible, but stopped short of removing them.

    • CGTN – ‘Tsunami of vaccines’ expected at Brussels Airport

      It has been all hands on deck for months.

      Brussels Airport staff, logistics companies, and dry ice handlers have all been painstakingly preparing for what’s been called “the mission of the century.”

      “It’s a big logistical challenge.

      Some people call it the biggest product launch in history,” said Nathan De Valck, head of cargo product and network development at the Brussels Airport.

    • BBC – Will a Covid vaccine be mandatory?

      With a coronavirus vaccine approved in the UK, and other countries expected to follow, many are asking when they will be vaccinated and if it will be mandatory.

      So how might the rollout be carried out around the world?

      + comments on the YT page

      Deanna Craig-Bennett 1 min ago

      So in a nutshell “ we’re not going to force you to take the vaccine,but we’re going to make life hard for you so you take the vaccine”

    • CBC – First COVID-19 vaccine doses expected to be given in January

      Federal officials provided a clearer picture of how the COVID-19 vaccine will be distributed across Canada, saying the first doses are expected to be administered In January.

    • Coronavirus: How Moderna’s vaccine will make its way to Canada as more doses are acquired

      Moderna is one of the COVID-19 vaccines that Health Canada is considering for approval.
      While the federal government won’t commit to a firm date when Canadians will be able to access any vaccine, they are continuing their preparations including by acquiring additional doses of Moderna’s product.

      David Akin reports on how the government is preparing for biggest mass immunization program in history by ensuring there are enough vaccines so everyone who wants one can get one.

      Two manufacturing plants for Moderna are working around the clock to meet the demand needed and as Carolyn Jarvis reports, the entire supply chain is getting ready, starting with a Canadian leading the charge to get vaccines to Canada and globally.

    • Coronavirus: Manitoba’s top doctor says 1 in every 48 COVID-19 cases on average ends in death

      Manitoba’s chief medical officer Dr. Brent Roussin on Friday gave a stark message to people in the province as cases continue to surpass 300, saying in a briefing that on average one in every 48 cases of COVID-19 ends in death.

      Elaborating on that number, he explained that for every 48 cases, three people would be hospitalized and one person would die so “every time we announce 480 cases, we’re going to see 30 people hospitalized as a result and 10 people will die as a result.”

      Roussin also went on to speak about new COVID-19 projections, saying the province’s current restrictions put them in the lower end of the “extreme” projected range of numbers. According to Roussin, the worst-case or “extreme” scenario would have between 419 and 1,055 new daily cases by Dec. 6.

    • Coronavirus: Majority of Canadians concerned vaccine will come too late, Ipsos poll finds

      A new poll done exclusively by Ipsos for Global News has found 74 per cent of those surveyed are worried that public distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine will be too slow to stop the coronavirus surge.

      The poll also found while 66 per cent of Canadians are satisfied with efforts by the federal government to secure a vaccine, 79 per cent say the country could still be doing more to secure vaccines sooner.

      Vaccine production was also a topic of issue for Canadians with 86 per cent agreeing it was reasonable countries producing their own vaccines should prioritize their own countries first, but more than nine in 10 Canadians think the country should have its own vaccine production facilities.

    • Canada’s intelligence service says Iran, China and Russia engaging in COVID-19 disinformation

      A confidential report from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) obtained by Global News is linking Iran, China and Russia to COVID-19 disinformation campaigns.

      The service says the countries have spread falsehoods about the virus and conspiracy theories with the objective of increased mistrust and suspicion of western governments and public health authorities.

      According to the report, Russia was “actively spreading disinformation blaming the West for the virus” as part of a broader campaign to discredit the West, while China “is focused on a propaganda campaign that protects its own reputation and domestic legitimacy” while touting its pandemic aid abroad.

      + comments on the YT page

    • Coronavirus: Manitoba premier delivers emotional plea to not to gather during Christmas

      Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister gotemotional during his Thursday press conference when answering a question that he once was asked about why he “likes to be hated so much,” telling reporters he understands people’s anger towards health restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but pleaded for them not to gather this holiday season to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

    • Fears mount as 200,000 more Americans could die of COVID-19 in next 2 months

      Medical experts believe the U.S. is far from the peak of its second COVID-19 wave.

      […]there are fears the virus could kill 200,000 more Americans by February.

    • Pakistan: Prayers for protection against coronavirus pandemic held nationwide

      Hundreds of worshippers gathered inside the New Memon Masjid mosque in Karachi on Friday to perform the Youm-e-Dua, a prayer held nationwide to call for the protection of humanity from the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

      President of Pakistan Arif Alvi announced on Thursday that mosques across the country would be observing the prayer. He urged worshippers to respect measures aimed at curbing the spread of the disease.

      However, most people were seen inside the mosque without a mask nor observing distancing measures. [ it is totally safe ... they are not christians ...]

      Pakistan’s president during his speech reiterated the country’s strategy of following precautionary measures and taking care of the vulnerable amid the second wave of the virus.

  2. Polling Disrupted: Unknown Gunmen Shoot J&K District Development Council Candidate Anees-ul-Islam (sputniknews, Dec 4, 2020)

    “Anees-ul-Islam, a candidate from Jammu and Kashmir’s “Apni Party” contesting in the DDC elections was shot in the hand by unknown gunmen in a bid to disturb the polling process that had been going smoothly before the incident.

    Anees was attacked in the Sagam area of Anantnag in South Kashmir after which he sustained injuries and was shifted to a local hospital.

    Indian journalist Aditya Raj Kaul – who is a Kashmiri Pandit by birth and is currently working independently – shared a picture of Anees getting treated by doctors in the hospital, confirming the attack…”

  3. Sweden Lists Military Service in Syria as Basis for Refugee Status (sputniknews, Dec 4, 2020)

    “Syrians are one of Sweden’s largest diasporas. As of 2019, there were over 240,000 Swedish residents of Syrian descent in a nation of over 10 million.

    In its updated legal guidelines, the Swedish Migration Board has listed military service in Syria as a risk of persecution. Therefore, the starting point in the examination is that people at risk of being enlisted should be granted refugee status in Sweden.

    Sweden’s decision is based on information received from, among other places, the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) and the Danish Migration Agency, and says that, in principle, everyone who is called up for military service in the Syrian Army is now at risk of being deployed in frontline battles, including those in Idlib Province in northwestern Syria.

    “All conscripts now risk being forced to commit or participate in committing war crimes. Risking having to commit or participate in war crimes is a basis for being granted protection in Sweden”, Migration Board acting legal director Carl Bexelius said in a statement.
    The guidelines imply exceptional cases when having a military position in Syria neither directly nor indirectly entails a risk of participating in war crimes or crimes against humanity. In these cases, the assessment of the person’s need for protection must be made not on the basis their service, but on other individual circumstances.

    Syrians in Sweden are one of the Nordic country’s largest diasporas. As of 2019, there were over 190,000 residents of Sweden born in Syria, and over 50,000 born in Sweden with at least one Syrian-born parent. The numbers of Syrian asylum seekers has soared in recent years amid the ongoing conflict in the war-torn country.

    The conscription-based Syrian Arab Armed Forces consist of the Army, Air Force, Navy, the Air Defence Force, and several paramilitary forces, such as the National Defence Force. Since 2011, the Syrian military has taken part in a prolonged internal conflict, its bloodiest in decades, that has been exacerbated by the rise of Islamist terrorists, such as Daesh*.”

  4. German Police Investigate Syrian Refugee YouTuber over Claims of Glorification of Violence Against Police (breitbart, Dec 4, 2020)

    “German police are investigating a Syrian refugee YouTuber on suspicion of glorifying violence after he released a video showing him and others “shooting” a man dressed as a police officer.

    YouTuber Fayez Kanfash is well-known for releasing provocative videos, including one in which he led a man wearing a mask depicting French President Emmanuel Macron on a leash in Berlin.

    In the video now under investigation, the 26-year-old Syrian, along with several Arab co-stars, overwhelm men dressed as police officers and “shoot” the fake policeman with replica shotguns, tabloid Bild reports.

    The video, which lasts just over eight minutes, also included a disclaimer in both German and Arabic stating that viewers should treat the German government and police with respect and not copy what is depicted on the video.

    Brandenburg police spokesman Torsten Herbst, however, said: “We have reported Mr Kanfash to the Cottbus Internet Prosecutor’s Office for glorifying violence.”

    “We have charged him with suspicion of violating the Arms Act. Other offences are also eligible,” Herbst added and noted the Potsdam prosecutor is also investigating Kanfash.

    Police officers have been targeted for violence by various groups in Germany, including Islamist terrorists, far-left Antifa radicals, and Arab clan gangs.

    Earlier this year, Arab clan gangs threatened to kill police officers in the no-go area of Marxloh in the city of Duisburg, saying that they did not recognise the legitimacy of German law and said only the Islamic sharia applies to them.

    The threat came in the form of an email which stated: “We have 2,000 AK-47 assault rifles from Turkey and Russia with enough ammunition. Allahu Akbar, kill all unbelievers.”

    In Berlin, a 2018 report claimed that Arab clan gangs were targeting police officers and threatening them, including spreading rumours of sexual encounters with prostitutes.

    Another report from the same year claimed that Arab clans were systematically recruiting refugees and asylum seekers across Germany.”

  5. First issue of new magazine, Al-Qaeda urges Muslims to kill Crusaders with a knife,
    give out poisoned masks , burn cars and kill Crusaders who are hostile and belligerent towards Islam.
    Kill the unbelievers an article in the new pro Al-Qaeda magazine urges lone wolves in the West to exploit the Coronavirus.


  6. Roadside bomb kills 1 in Pakistani city of Rawalpindi (abcnews, Dec 4, 2020)

    “A roadside bomb exploded near a busy bus terminal in the Pakistani garrison city of Rawalpindi on Friday, killing at least one person and wounding seven others, police said.

    Initially police said the bomb was planted in an auto-rickshaw, but a Rawalpindi police statement later confirmed the blast was from a device planted on the side of the road.

    No one immediately claimed responsibility for the explosion. Pakistani TV stations and videos on social media showed a burned-out rikshaw surrounded by police and emergency services.

    The Pakistani military’s headquarters and the offices of the country’s spy agencies are located in Rawalpindi, about 15 kilometers (9 miles) south of the capital Islamabad. In June, a similar roadside bomb attack struck a crowded bazaar in Rawalpindi, killing at least one and wounding 15.

    Pakistan has witnessed scores of militant attacks on security forces in recent years.

    In October, a powerful bomb blast ripped through an Islamic seminary on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Peshawar, killing at least eight students and wounding 136 others.”

  7. Militants open fire and burn police car in Philippine town (abcnews, Dec 4, 2020)

    “Dozens of militants aligned with the Islamic State group opened fire on a Philippine army detachment and burned a police patrol car in a southern town but withdrew after troops returned fire, officials said Friday.

    There were no immediate reports of injuries in Thursday night’s brief attack by the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Datu Piang town. Nevertheless it sparked panic among residents and rekindled fears of a repeat of a 2017 militant siege of southern Marawi city that lasted for five months before being quelled by government forces.

    “We are on top of the situation. This is just an isolated case,” regional military commander Lt. Gen. Corleto Vinluan Jr. said in a statement.

    Security officials gave differing statements on the motive of the 30 to 50 gunmen. Some said the militants targeted Datu Piang’s police chief over a feud but others speculated that the militants wanted to project that they are still a force to reckon with by attacking the army detachment in the center of the predominantly Muslim town.

    Officials denied earlier reports that the militants managed to seize a police station and burn a Roman Catholic church.

    When reinforcement troops in armored carriers arrived and opened fire, the militants fled toward a marshland, military officials said.

    The Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters is one of a few small armed groups waging a separatist rural insurrection in the south of the largely Roman Catholic nation. The groups opposed a 2014 autonomy deal forged by the largest Muslim rebel group in the south with the Philippine government and have continued on and off attacks despite being weakened by battle setbacks, surrenders and factionalism.

    The armed groups include the Abu Sayyaf, which has been blacklisted by the United States and the Philippines as a terrorist organization for kidnappings for ransom, beheadings and bombings.”

  8. Turkey’s President Erdogan Hopes France Will Get Rid of ‘Burden’ of President Macron Soon (sputniknews, Dec 4, 2020)

    “Relations between the two countries have drastically deteriorated in recent months over Macron’s comments on Islam and controversial caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. However, the two countries also disagree on a number of issues, such as Nagorno-Karabakh, the war in Syria, and Turkey’s oil and gas exploration in the Mediterranean.

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed hope that France will soon get rid of president Emmanuel Macron, describing his counterpart as a “burden”.

    “Macron and France are going through a very dangerous period actually. My hope is that France gets rid of the Macron trouble as soon as possible”, Erdogan said speaking to reporters in Istanbul.

    Over the years Turkey and France have disagreed on a number of geopolitical issues, however, the discord turned into a bitter feud at the end of October following Erdogan’s harsh statement about his counterpart, in which he advised Macron to get “mental checks”.

    “What is the problem of this person called Macron with Islam and Muslims?”, Erdogan said during a meeting with his Justice and Development party. “What else can be said to a head of state who does not understand freedom of belief and who behaves in this way to millions of people living in his country who are members of a different faith? Macron needs treatment on a mental level”, said Erdogan.

    Erdogan’s comment came in response to the statements his counterpart made on Islam and the heinous killing of a French schoolteacher.

    At the beginning of October, Macron announced a plan to fight “Islamist separatism”. In an emotional speech, the president said France, which has the largest Muslim minority population in Europe, faces a danger from Islamist separatism. The latter he said holds its laws above all others and often creates a “counter-society”.

    The government plan came in response to the numerous terrorist attacks that have occurred in France in recent years.

    “Islam is a religion that is in crisis all over the world today, we are not just seeing this in our country”, said Macron.

    On 16 October, Samuel Paty, a 47-year-old school teacher, was beheaded in a Paris suburb by a Muslim immigrant. The perpetrator killed Paty because he had learned that the teacher had showed his students caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad during a lesson on freedom of speech. The caricatures were published by the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015 and caused a wave of indignation in Muslim countries as well as a series of terrorist attacks in France that left 17 people dead and dozens injured.

    Islam’s holy book, the Quran, doesn’t say anything about depictions of Allah or the Prophet Muhammad; nevertheless, for many Muslims the issue is a taboo, while satire about the religion is considered blasphemous and in some countries is punishable by death.

    France is guided by the laïcité principle (state secularism). Among other things, it does not allow curbing freedom of expression to protect the feelings of a particular community, as this would undermine the country’s unity.

    Macron strongly condemned the murder of Samuel Paty, which he described as a terrorist attack and called the teacher a hero.

    “We will continue, teacher. We will defend the freedom that you taught so well. [France] will not give up our cartoons”, Macron told the 400 guests who attended the memorial service.

    This statement caused a wave of indignation and large-scale protests in Muslim countries with demonstrators accusing Paris of attempts to repress Islam. Turkey was among several countries that urged for a boycott of French products.

    This prompted Macron to clarify his position. The French leader said he personally does not support the caricatures and understands why they caused shock in the Muslim world.

    “When I decided to attack radical Islam … my words were distorted. By the Muslim Brotherhood, quite widely, but also by Turkey, which has the ability to influence a lot of public opinion, including in sub-Saharan Africa. I am not attacking Islam, I am attacking Islamist terrorism”, Macron said in an interview with Al Jazeera.

    The rift between the two countries has been exacerbated by the fact that Paris and Ankara hold diametrically opposed views on a number of issues. They back different sides in Nagorno-Karabakh, Libya, and Turkey’s territorial dispute with Greece and Cyprus.


    • Burden on France’ | Erdogan wishes Macron to leave post as president

      The Turkish president has lashed out at his French counterpart claiming he’s a burden to his country and should step down.

      This represents a new low in relations between Erdogan and Macron and comes as Paris looks to crackdown on radical Islam following a wave of terrorism in France.

  9. LIVE: Trump legal team presents case at Georgia Senate hearing (Dec.3 ) | NTD
    NTD – Streamed live on December 3, 2020
    Rudy Giuliani @ 4:21:20

    • The CCP is believing the narrative that Biden was elected and will take office, they are setting things in motion so they can seize one or more of the small islands in the Taiwan Straits. They know that Biden won’t do anything when they move, if we have an honest media this would be a Front Page Story, instead it is spiked to keep people believing that Biden and the Dems will continue Trumps foreign policies.

  10. Italy: Centre-right deputies occupy the Chamber to protest against new COVID restrictions

    Centre-right deputies occupied the Chamber to request the resignation of Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome on Friday, as they held signs reading ‘Conte, resign’ and chanted, ‘freedom, freedom.’

    The protest comes after Conte decided to announce new COVID restrictions set for the Christmas holidays on television, rather than presenting them to Parliament first.

    The new restrictions extend the rules already in place until January 6th. In addition, from December 21 to January 6, moving between regions will be forbidden, even for people who own second homes. Exceptions will be allowed if people return to their residence and for necessity, work, or health reasons.

    Having dinners in hotels will be forbidden, only room service will be allowed for customers. However, on Christmas day, bars and restaurants will stay open for lunch.

    Shops will remain open until 21.00 to allow for more extended Christmas shopping. Ski resorts will be closed during the holidays to avoid gatherings in the mountain. On New Year’s Eve, the curfew will extend from 22.00 to 07.00.

    The prime minister was accused by members of the opposition of behaving undemocratically. The president on duty, Fabio Rampelli, had to suspend the session, and the Chamber was later sanitised.

  11. Shops Disappearing from French No-Go Areas over Security Issues (breitbart, Dec 4, 2020)

    “A survey released by the French Court of Auditors has warned of the increasing disappearance of local shops from vulnerable, impoverished no-go areas across the country due to security issues.

    The survey described a “phenomena of withdrawal” of businesses from some of the estimated 1,500 disadvantaged neighbourhoods where the poverty rate is three times higher than the average for metropolitan France.

    The Court of Auditors noted that no-go areas are not attractive for business investment due to the “low purchasing power” of residents and “acute security issues”.

    A senior official of the Ministry of the Economy told newspaper Le Parisien that few companies set up shop in no-go areas, except for very small businesses that often are not hiring.

    “After their closure, businesses are frequently replaced — sometimes deliberately, sometimes for lack of an alternative — by local associations,” the Court of Auditors report states.

    The report adds that the lack of local businesses has a spiral effect that leads to a shortage of local jobs. The auditors warned of growing communitarianism, “fueled by a feeling of exclusion and relegation”.

    Communitarianism is a term often used in France for migrant parallel societies and was applied to describe around 150 neighbourhoods said to have been taken over by Islamists in a leaked French intelligence report earlier this year.

    Insecurity in no-go zones in the past in France has led to other businesses limiting their operating in those areas.

    In 2017, the courier service Chronopost announced it would be refusing deliveries in the no-go Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis due to safety concerns for its couriers after 51 employees had been attacked while going about their rounds the previous year.

    A year later, the Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), the company that runs Paris’s public transportation system, said its drivers would not be stopping at certain no-go area stops in the north of the city due to security fears for employees and passengers.”

  12. ISIS Plotting Christmas Attacks in Europe in Revenge for Mohammed Cartoons, Claims Ex-MI6 Spy (breitbart, Dec 4, 2020)

    “A former MI6 operative who spied on al-Qaeda has warned that an Islamic State leader is coordinating attacks on Europe, including the United Kingdom, over the Christmas period in revenge for the republishing of Mohammed cartoons.

    Former terrorist bombmaker-turned informant Aimen Dean told members of the security and policing professions at an online International Security Week conference based in London that plans to commit terrorist acts are being hatched in Islamist-held areas of Libya and northern Syria, and are being coordinated by Abu Omar al-Shishani.

    Al-Shishani, originating from Georgia, was thought to have been killed in a U.S. airstrike in 2016. However, it is believed he is still alive and operating out of Syria.

    Mr Dean said, according to the i newspaper: “The worry is that, according to people who know him, [Shishani] is planning to avenge the Prophet Mohamed cartoons in places like Germany, UK, France and all around Christmas time.

    “I’m afraid I’m not bearing good news but we need to be worried about the wave of terror that is coming from northern Syria and Libya for Christmas this year.”

    The Islamists would be sent from Syria via Turkey or across the Mediterranean from North Africa to Europe, according to Mr Dean, with jihadists taking advantage of the lifting of lockdown restrictions over Christmas to launch their terror attacks.

    On November 3rd, the Home Office raised the security threat level to “severe”, indicating that a terror attack is considered “highly likely”. The decision came after three major Islamist terror attacks in Europe, two in France and one in Austria.

    The day before saw a terrorist gunman, identified as Macedonian-Austrian citizen of Albanian heritage Kujtim Fejzulai, fatally shoot two women and two men and injuring more than a dozen others on the streets of Vienna. Fejzulai, who was shot dead by police, was an ISIS sympathiser who had been released early from prison after serving time for terrorism offences, specifically attempting to travel to Syria to join the terror group.

    On October 29th, Tunisian Brahim Aouissaoui, who had just arrived in France the month prior after landing in the Italian migrant hotspot of Lampedusa, launched a stabbing attack in a basilica in Nice, killed three Christians, almost beheading one near the font.

    October 16th saw the terrorist attack that has had wide repercussions across French society. That day, 18-year-old Chechen refugee Abdoullakh Anzorov beheaded teacher Samuel Paty in a suburb outside of Paris in revenge for showing cartoons by satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of the Islamic prophet Mohammed to his class during a lesson on freedom of expression. Showing depictions of their prophet is prohibited in Islam.

    Rather than be cowed by the terror attack, Montpellier projected the cartoons onto government buildings, with President Emmanuel Macron vowing to defend the values of the Republic and crack down on political Islam in France.

    Macron’s and France’s defiance was not without cost, however, with much of the Muslim world from Turkey to the far-east in protest, threatening revenge and violence against the leader and the country.

    France’s renewed war against Islamic blasphemy laws started on August 30th, when Charlie Hebdo decided to reprint the Mohammed cartoons ahead of the opening of the trial of 13 people connected to the terror attack against the satirical magazine’s office by al-Qaeda gunmen in 2015.

    While the magazine has since moved office — and is based at a secret location for the continuing safety of staff who are still receiving death threats — in September Zaher Hassan Mahmood launched a knife attack outside the former headquarters, injuring two. The Pakistani national admitted, according to sources close to the investigation, that it was in revenge for the republishing of the cartoons. Mahmood was charged with terrorism offences.”

    • Trust the Chicioms to lead the way in bio engineering humans, super soldiers that are loyal, lower classes that are low IQ enough to be happy with their lot.

  13. Voting Machines Are a Totalitarian Tool Dressed in a Coat of Democracy: Ex-intelligence Official
    By Nicole Hao
    December 4, 2020 Updated: December 4, 2020

    A former senior intelligence official who has investigated compromised voting machines for over one decade told The Epoch Times about the results of his study: totalitarian rulers built the voting machines as a tool to cloak them with a coat of democracy.

    “It’s unconventional warfare. It is basically a 9/11 attack of the electoral system,” said the former CIA official who is an expert in Latin American politics and counterterrorism.

    His big concern is that compromised voting systems controlled by corrupt transnational organizations will destroy the rule of law and democracies that protects people’s freedom and rights.
    Epoch Times Photo

  14. Trump Lawyers: 1,500 Dead Voters Cast Ballots, 40,000 Voted Twice in Nevada
    By Jack Phillips
    December 4, 2020 Updated: December 4, 2020

    President Donald Trump’s lawyers presented claims of voter fraud to a Nevada state court in Carson City Thursday, arguing that tens of thousands of votes should be thrown out.

    The lawyers, who also represent Republicans, said in court that approximately 42,000 voters “voted twice” in Nevada, 2,468 voters legally changed their addresses to another country or state, 1,500 voters were listed as deceased by the Social Security Administration, about 20,000 voters had a non-Nevada mailing address, and 6,000 voters who had U.S. Postal Service “flags” on “vacant addresses.”

    They also submitted evidence that purports to show nearly 8,000 ballots cast “by voters with addresses that are physically non-existent,” and approximately 15,000 voters who were “registered to vacant or commercial properties that cast ballots,” according to the Nevada GOP.

    American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp, who is helping Trump’s lawsuits in Nevada, told the Washington Examiner this week that “in my years of experience in politics, I have never seen the amount of illegal voting like we have documented in Clark County, Nevada. It is a level of corruption I didn’t think could happen in a modern, free country.”

  15. Georgia House Announces More Election Hearings Will Be Held Next Week
    By Jack Phillips
    December 4, 2020 Updated: December 4, 2020

    The Georgia House of Representatives on Friday said hearings will be held next week about the Nov. 3 presidential election after concerns were raised about a video captured on Election Night that showed suitcase-looking containers with ballots being pulled from underneath a table when allegedly no poll observers were around.

    House Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) stated that following the claims made by President Donald Trump’s team during the Thursday hearing, “it is imperative that we ensure free and fair elections that inspire confidence and certainty in the result.”

    “For that reason, I’m asking Chairman Blackmon and his committee to act swiftly and aggressively and follow the facts wherever they may lead so as to reassure Georgia voters their vote will count in January,” he said. “Over the last year, I have been outspoken regarding my concerns with election processes like jungle primaries and mail-in voting, and I will continue to advocate for transparent and secure elections.”

    Ralston did not mention whether the GOP-led State House or State Senate would vote to reclaim their constitutional authority to select their own electors, as Trump’s lawyers have suggested.

  16. How Pro-Beijing Communists Almost Stole the Election for Joe Biden—the Old-Fashioned Way by Trevor Loudon | Every Affiliate of the CCP, Every Governor that accepted them into their state AFTER Pompeo warned them last year, needs to be arrested and tried for treason!

    How Pro-Beijing Communists Almost Stole the Election for Joe Biden—the Old-Fashioned Way

    The network targeted seven key states and mobilized at least 12,000 volunteers. Their voter registration and Get Out The Vote operations probably made the critical difference in several key states—or at least gave Biden enough votes to more easily disguise alleged massive Democratic Party fraud. Several network members have openly claimed credit for winning their respective state for Biden.

    Seed the Vote

    Formed in 2019, Seed the Vote is a project of Everyday People PAC and is supported by Liberation Road front groups including Bay Resistance, Bay Rising Action, San Francisco Rising Action Fund, and “other organizations and individuals throughout the Bay Area committed to building political power in our communities.”

    Known Seed the Vote leaders include:

    Liberation Road comrades Sarah Jarmon and Michelle Foy, who was until recently CPA finance and administration director.
    LeftRoots comrades Adam Gold and Alex Tom—who is immediate past executive director of the CPA and a long-time friend of another LeftRoots member Black Lives Matter founder Alicia Garza.
    Former CPA board members Stacy Kono and Kimi Lee and current CPA executive director Shaw San Liu.
    Former Line of March communist Max Elbaum, a lifelong supporter of the Beijing regime.
    The CPA has served Beijing’s interests in the Bay Area since 1972.
    Seed the Vote Impact

    While a relatively new entity, Seed the Vote has built ties to several already-existing voter registration movements across the nation—all in “swing states.”

    The Seed the Vote network includes

    LUCHA (Living United for Change in Arizona),
    New Florida Majority,
    New Georgia Project, and
    Pennsylvania Stands Up.
    Seed the Vote’s immediate goal is to defeat Trump. The longer-term goal is a socialist United States.

    Seed the Vote claims:

    “We want to leverage the experience, capacity, and expertise of organizers and activists in California in support of long-term organizing in our neighboring states.

    “Our goal is not just to push Trump out of office, but to help shift the balance of power in the states where we are working in favor of communities of color, social justice organizations, and labor. We want to be tactically and politically smart, and move our politics and organizations forward.”

    In a recent webinar, Adam Gold of Seed the Vote stated: “We were really determined to defeat Trump. We were focusing on seven states this year and it looks like six of those went to Biden.”

    I’m going to quit with the copy pasta there, but in the article, there are links to all the organizations, their claims, and their ties to the CCP. I would encourage everyone to read the article and follow up with the monies received through ccp entities in their respective states.

    This thread: CHINESE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT BY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT EDITION | Pompeo Warned The Governor’s about this at the National Governors Association has the information per congressional district of the foreign investment by the CCP Match those districts specifically to the entities Pompeo warned the Governors about

    Some tunes for your war mode:

    Take Down The CCP

    The links referenced are in the article at the above link, including the tunes.

  17. Biden on Harris: If we have a ‘fundamental disagreement,’ then ‘I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign’

    Biden says he has no major disagreements with his running mate

    Former Vice President Joe Biden says that he has no major “moral” disagreements with his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), and that the two are “simpatico” on their philosophy of government and positions on the issues.

    POLL: Do you think the election is…

    Appearing with Harris for an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Biden said that he would handle their disagreements in the same way that he handled disagreements with President Barack Obama when he served as vice president. If the two had ever had a “fundamental disagreement” on some major “moral principle,” Biden explained that he would have resigned under pretense of illness rather than continue serving under Obama, and said his relationship with Harris is similar.

  18. Dr. Fauci and my brother Mark
    By Bill Hansmann
    There’s something about Dr. Anthony Fauci that bothers me, and I hadn’t been able to nail it down until quite recently. His credentials and prominent position in the medical field would suggest a healer — a man interested in public health as a discipline, as well as the health of each and every member of that public. But his frequent, and then not so frequent, appearances in press conferences with President Trump displayed a man just a bit too impressed with himself. He proclaimed that masks aren’t necessary; then, a while later, that you must wear your masks.

    After weeks of back and forth between Senator Proxmire and the NIH, the health institute responded in a letter you can see below. I can forgive the writer for misspelling our family name by leaving an n off the end, but I can never forgive the actual response, which read in part: “The only reason AZT is being withheld from Mark is because of its possible danger to him — AZT does have some serious side effects[.] … Without proof that AZT can benefit a particular patient, scientists do not wish to risk the fragile health of ARC patients and thus prefer to prescribe an alternate form of medication instead.” Thus, the one therapy that had shown any potential to save my brother’s life was denied him.

    That letter, seen below, was signed by the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and was dated November 5, 1986. My brother, Mark Allen Hansmann, died the following day. He was thirty-five years old.

    • Deep Stater Bill Barr Sells Out Trump and America
      by Kelleigh Nelson – December 3, 2020

      Deep Stater Bill Barr’s CIA Background
      USA Survival – December 3, 2020 columnist Kelleigh Nelson discusses her recent conversation with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in the context of Attorney General Bill Barr’s failure to pursue evidence of the vote fraud used to take the presidency away from President Trump. Who pushed Barr for that position and why? Did you know Barr and his father were both CIA and that his father hired Jeffrey Epstein to teach at a “progressive” private school?

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