1. “These vaccines are unlikely to ‘completely sterilize’ a population”. Professor Sir John Bell, SAGE! (November 29, 2020)
2. Opinion video: Lockdowns in Canada must end. Clear violation of charter rights.
Here is a nice contrast to the Soviet style state Canada is becoming, even if in a small way for the moment.
An elected leader we don’t have in Canada. https://t.co/5y8SCNaJaD
— ??Canada First?? “Grizzly Patriot” (@MarkFriesen08) February 1, 2021
China’s move to intensify military activity in the Taiwan Strait is shaping as the first major foreign policy test for Joe Biden’s presidency.
That is the view of Australian security expert Peter Jennings, who told nine.com.au China’s President Xi Jinping probably saw a window of opportunity to test Mr Biden.“In my view, Xi thinks he can exploit a window of opportunity created by COVID-19 and the change of US president to accelerate China’s ambition to take over Taiwan.”Beijing regards the island of Taiwan as a renegade province of the mainland and strongly opposes diplomatic attempts by other countries to engage with the democratic island.
China dispatched military aircraft – including nuclear-capable bombers – on two patrols over Taiwan airspace late last month.
4. FULL LENGTH Bust of Emperor Zuckerberg. (1 Hour)
2 minute: INSIDER LEAKS: Zuckerberg & Execs Admit Excessive Power –
Associate Justice Samuel Alito said on Sunday that he was “not surprised” by the reaction to comments he made last year about state restrictions in response to the CCP virus pandemic.
Alito, 70, told a Federalist Society virtual convention last November that he thought the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic serves as a “sort of constitutional stress test.” He argued that America has “never before seen restrictions as severe, extensive, and prolonged as those experienced for most of 2020” and raised concerns over their impact on individuals’ civil liberties.
The rare public address garnered mixed reactions from lawyers, with some criticizing him for engaging in what they say is political speech.
In a statement to USA Today, Alito defended his statement, saying that the points he made in his November speech followed the same line of argument he made in a previous Supreme Court opinion he authored about the issue.
Thank you Hellequin GB., M., Wrath of Khan, Johnny U., ET., EB., C. and MANY more who are keeping the daily Reader’s Links posts up to date on the many intense events that are attempting to shape our world, one way or t’other.
The beginning of Biden’s legacy:
All of those real women should have just quit during that race to make a point… https://t.co/oxGDN7eU1M
— SharonSisterUpstairs #NewBlue #PPC #Oceanian (@Sharon75571311) January 31, 2021