An Army commander recently briefed U.S. Special Forces candidates and trainees they could be detained or chaptered out of the Army if they are found affiliated with certain imagery popular on the political right that is now considered to be associated with extremism, Breitbart News can exclusively reveal.
The briefing, by Army Col. Mike Henry, MD, deputy commander of Special Warfare Medical Group (Airborne)/Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center at the U.S. John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (JFKSWCS) at Fort Bragg, came two days after President Joe Biden was inaugurated, a source familiar with the briefing said.
(The unconstitutional and grotesque aspect of this beyond the obvious of course, is who makes the association. So now, the left can invent any narrative it wants, and then ban or even make illegal a thing, group or symbol as the Canadians did to The Proud Boys, even though the association made with the group, idea, symbol etc. is entirely fictional. What is real, is that these things are counter-revolutionary. And THAT, is why they must be suppressed. Any claims of extremism or terror is of course, pure sales language. Laudanum for the useful idiots.)
(This is Marxism at its near distilled state. This woman is a threat for exposing the lies of the state. Things are good in a way, in that they only banned her from hospitals in the hope that she will not expose any more state lies as opposed to the gulag or gas chamber which is the logical end point of these policies. But notice the Marcusean language. She is a “Covid denier”. A perfect example of The Frankfurt School’s Marcuse theory on how to force a minority consensus on a majority by calling out all opposition as hate speech. A “denier” is equivocating anyone who disagrees with the state view with a Holocaust denier. Therefore, its hate speech to show the truth of the empty hospitals after the media has just told you that they are overwhelmed with Covid patients.)
A British woman questioning the Covid-19 crisis in the UK has been banned from visiting any hospital across the country save for emergency, after she repeatedly filmed and shared videos of what she claimed were “empty wards.”
Serial lockdown breaker and prominent coronavirus denier Hannah Dean, 30, has been banned from all the hospitals across the country following her new endeavors over the weekend. On Saturday, she entered the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, roaming it for about 10 minutes before getting caught by a nurse and being kicked out. The following day, she visited Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
Footage posted by Dean on Facebook shows her trying to approach the hospital, only to be confronted by a security guard who immediately recognized her.
I believe this is the first video she did:
3. Suffering through “unconscious bias training”
An Iranian diplomat has been convicted of a plot to bomb a big French rally held by an exiled opposition group.
Assadollah Assadi, 49, who worked at the Iranian embassy in Vienna, was given a 20-year jail term by the court in Antwerp in Belgium.
It was the first time an Iranian official had faced such charges in the EU since the 1979 revolution.
Three others were also convicted. They were arrested during a joint operation by German, French and Belgian police.
Tehran insists the plot was a fabrication.
Tens of thousands of people attended the June 2018 rally outside Paris, including Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
The verdict comes weeks after US President Joe Biden took office, with Iran hoping he will reverse some of the sanctions introduced by his predecessor.
(CBC opinion piece suggesting that forcing vaccination passports for various services could maybe be a bad thing.)
No vaccine, no service? As the distribution of the much-anticipated coronavirus vaccine continues its rollout worldwide, with varying degrees of progress, there is troubling talk from governments and organizations over requiring evidence of vaccination to obtain goods and services such as airline flights post-pandemic.
While the impulse may be understandable from a population largely terrified of the virus, we must put out of mind entirely the notion of making the provision of services contingent on proof of immunity.
The requirement to carry some form of post-vaccine certificate in order to fully participate in a re-opened society is an unacceptable violation of civil liberties. Such requirements are ripe for backsliding towards discrimination and stigma, as well as creating inequitable outcomes globally, with the harms arising far outweighing the purported benefits.
Nevertheless, there has been increasing chatter about vaccine certificates.
(I was sent a rumour that Canadian Lawyer, Rocco Galati won some kind of victory in Canadian courts such that vaccine passports will not be permitted. Let us hope that is true, and that it doesn’t get transformed into something worse)
Ontario is screwed
We're sunk. pic.twitter.com/UopkixxnWU
— Stew (@StewbieDoobyDo) February 3, 2021