China’s leader Xi’s Davos speech decoded: Links 2, January 27, 2021

1. Computing forever on China’s curious presentation at Davos. Was The Wuhan Flu intended to destroy Western freedoms?

In case anyone has forgotten who the Secretary General of the UN is, and what he plans for us all:

2. France blocks Canadian move to buy food retailer to preserve food security.

(I can’t help but wonder to what degree, if any, is Canada acting as a proxy for China to make tactical purchases across Europe for later leverage. The quote from Soviet leader, Vladimir Lenin, ““are so stupid and greedy, they will sell us the rope we will hang them with.” Are the Maoist Chinese redux using that tactic with Canada as the buyer?)

(At this point I begin to wonder if Trudeau’s very odd trip to India, which was not an invited state visit, in which he mocked India’s costumes and cultures in various ways, and where he brought a Sikh terrorist with him that was wanted by the Indian government on a number of issues but was given cover by Trudeau, was actually on the instructions of China, given the geopolitical tensions between those two countries.)

3. College Student Reports KKK Sighting but It Turned Out to Be a Sheet on Lab Equipment

(I suppose whoever covered this piece of lab equipment will be first to the Gulags in the new communist America)

Astudent at Bowling Green State University posted footage of what she claimed was a KKK meeting taking place on campus — but it turned out to be a sheet covering a piece of lab equipment.

Twitter user @autumpatrice exposed the “meeting” with this tweet on Sunday:

https://twitter.com/autumpatrice/status/823164742646845444

Understandably, people freaked out. One Twitter user, “LW12Warrior,” said that the video was an example of how things are in “Donald Trump’s America.” Another, “@KKaDi91,” thanked @autumnpatrice for sharing and added, “I didn’t know about that before but I realize now why we get so much hate in this small town.”

In response, @autumpatrice encouraged @KKaDi91 to “spread” the video — all before anyone had a chance to figure out what was actually going on.

Then, on Monday, BGSU President Mary Ellen Mazey posted this response:

https://twitter.com/PresidentMazey/status/823540064424706048

Yes — a cover on a piece of lab equipment. Whoops.

4. YouTube suspends Trump indefinitely, stops Giuliani monetizing clips

(This item brought to you gleefully by enemy-propaganda bell media subsidiary, CTV ‘News’.)

SAN FRANCISCO — YouTube has suspended Donald Trump indefinitely from the platform and said it will also prevent the former U.S. president’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani from being able to monetize his clips, U.S. media reported.

It comes a week after the social media giant confirmed it would extend a ban on Trump’s channel — which has just under three million subscribers — joining other social media platforms in banning his accounts following the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

The Google-owned firm has faced some criticism over its slow response following the violence in Washington, as well as the proliferation of conspiracy theories on the platform.

(Notice CTV’s only negative aspect is that Youtube didn’t do enough bad to Trump or fast enough. But there is no mention of Pelosi or Obama or any leftist who really DID incite violence, and even offer to pay for any ANTIFA arrested during riots last summer, to be banned from any social media. At this point we can’t even pretend CTV or CBC etc. etc. etc. are anything but enemy propaganda.)

5. Science table member paid by teacher union for arguing against school reopenings

A prominent member of Ontario’s science table, which advises the government on pandemic restrictions including school closures, was paid by a teachers’ union for offering an argument against the government’s school reopening plans at a provincial labour board hearing, the Toronto Sun has learned.

David Fisman, a professor of epidemiology at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, was retained by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario to provide an opposing opinion on school reopenings in a document dated September 2020.

Fisman served on the science table at the same time. It’s a situation that one leading expert says is a potential conflict of interest.

“Where a person receives payment for speaking on behalf of a special interest group, it would almost certainly be appropriate to declare this as a potential conflict of interest when working in roles that are even slightly related,” explained Dr. Euzebiusz Jamrozik, from the bioethics research centre at Oxford University, in an email to theSun.

(Interesting. Now that Michigan has decided to open everything, by the timing to make Biden seem like he does things, the governor is at odds with the teacher’s union there who also do not want to open. Fascinating.)

Thank you Hellequin GB., M., Wrath of Khan, Richard, C., and all who manage to both be aware of reality, and not submit to despair.

 

 

About Eeyore

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

3 Replies to “China’s leader Xi’s Davos speech decoded: Links 2, January 27, 2021”

  1. 2 – Your idea of Trudeau as a Quisling agent provocateur is interesting and that along with the Trump example may be why Macron grew a pair and started acting against Turkey and now China. We live in a very strange time and must work hard to preserve freedom for out descendants.

  2. I wonder if Schwob and Xi Jinping aren’t the same person, with just a bit of CGI? Their speeches are just a collection of the same bland phrases which mean nothing, except, ‘do what we tell you’.

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