Reader’s Links for March 21, 2021

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.

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    • Israeli holocaust survivor Vera Sharav and Dr. Reiner Fuellmich (German lawyer) – Global Genocide
      Free Spirit – March 20, 2021

      The remoted replay of the holocaust by the oligarchs.
      Israel holocaust survivor Vera Sharav (public advocate for human rights and the founder and president of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP)) interviewed by
      Dr. Reiner Fuellmich (German lawyer)
      A cut from Corona investigative committee Nr. 44

  1. “My telescope won’t focus,” said Merle. He grew more frustrated, twiddling the focus knob back and forth.
    “Mine too,” replied Argyle. “Maybe it’s an atmospheric thing here or on Earth.”
    “Wait. I’ll reboot my correction software to see if it helps.” Merle took a sip of his Mung blood and waited for the machine to do its thing. He then put his eye back to the lens. “Oh my God.”
    “What is it?” asked Argyle. There was real fear, suddenly, in his friend’s tone. “Did you get your focus back? Did it work? What do you see?”
    “I see this women. Vera Sharav. She’s in perfect focus, now. Remember what I said a couple of weeks ago? About how the whole pandemic down on Earth was about finishing the job that the Nazis started? And how weird it was that Israel was ahead of everyone in vaccinations?”
    “Sure. Yes.”
    “Well I was right.”

    (Thanks EB. This should be a sticky post to humanity’s forehead.)—Global-Genocide:8

  2. “Police have smashed an international sex gang who forced Romanian women to become prostitutes in Britain.

    Police in Spain and Romania ‘liberated’ 17 women and one underage girl who were coerced into sex work.

    Pimps would initially start relationships with their victims before forcing them to sell their bodies in clubs, private houses and on the street, police said.

    The gang would also brand the women with tattoos so rival organisations knew they belonged to them and were ‘theirs for life’.”

    Socialists serving socialists with slavecraft.

  3. “The incident occurred on July 25, in 2018, after Johnson who worked for a private security company had been assigned to patrol ASDA’s Daubhill branch in Bolton.

    Quinn was known as a regular shoplifter in the area and trouble began when he managed to sneak into the store and grab a bottle of red wine from the shelves before fleeing”


    “Initially Johnson tried to chase after Quinn on foot across the car park but lost him so he returned to the store to get his van, claiming he wanted to get a photograph of the thief”

    ‘It was only the good fortune that both Quinn and Lee were near the metal railings and were able to vault the railings that prevented them both being severely injured. The van was driven quite clearly at the two men.

    ‘Quinn returned to Asda in order to locate the van, using the mirror panel from its nearside wing mirror, take its registration number and report the matter to the police. He even shouted at Johnson that his dangerous driving could have killed him.”

    Beware the Cowards of Quinn
    The weak who scourge their victim
    Imprisoned for “could of”
    Not someone that “should of”
    The rot in the Justice System.

    The PIT maneuver (pursuit intervention technique) or TVI (tactical vehicle intervention) is a pursuit tactic by which a pursuing car can force a fleeing car to turn sideways abruptly, causing the driver to lose control and stop, and possibly killing all the occupants.

  4. The pandemic didn’t cause the huge increase in the murder rate – Liberty Unyielding
    Hans Bader
    5-7 minutes

    The pandemic didn’t cause the huge increase in the murder rate

    Dumpster fires set by anarchist/black bloc groups in “CHOP/CHAZ” area (Capitol Hill) of Seattle in Sep 2020. YouTube video

    The murder rate rose 30% last year in America’s major cities, after the number of people in America’s prisons and jails dropped by 14% from 2019 to mid-2020. But progressive politicians and professors don’t want to admit that letting criminals out of jail can lead to more crime.

    Instead, they blame it on the global COVID-19 pandemic — without pointing to any global increase in the murder rate. On Twitter, Professor Shon Hopwood suggested the rise in America’s murder rate was due to the “global pandemic, reduced economic opportunity, and the most contentious presidential election of the past 30 years.” Hopwood is a convicted bank robber who spent time in prison, and dislikes keeping people in jail.

    In reality, murder rates fell in much of the world during the pandemic. As InSight Crime notes, “It’s too early to tell with any degree of certainty how exactly the pandemic may have impacted levels of violence, but there were notable developments, including significant reductions in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Venezuela, historically some of the most homicidal nations in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

    If “reduced economic opportunity” actually increas

  5. Carbon pawprint: Is man’s best friend the planet’s enemy?

    Study claims US pets account for 64 million tons of C02 emissions annually; but some experts aren’t convinced

    Meat eaten by average dog has twice the carbon footprint as driving an SUV 10,000km

    Is your adorable puppy as bad for the planet as a gas-guzzling SUV?

    While the precise carbon pawprint of our pets is the source of scientific debate, one thing is becoming increasingly clear: lovable, they may be, cats and dogs have an impact on the planet.

    In their 2009 book Time to Eat the Dog?, Brenda and Robert Vale sparked anger among pet owners for saying that the meat eaten by an average canine companion had twice the carbon footprint as driving an SUV 10,000 kilometres.

    A decade on, the verdict is still out on the planetary impact linked to the diets of cats and dogs.

    “I’ve got nothing against pets,” said Gregory Okin, a professor at the University of California’s Institute of Environment and Sustainability.

    “I know that they bring a lot of good to people, both working animals and companion animals.

    “But, I believe that for people who want to make informed choices, they should have the information available to them,” he told AFP.

    In a 2017 study, Okin estimated that the 160 million domestic cats and dogs in the US were responsible for between 25% and 30% of the environmental impact of meat consumed in the country.

    That’s 64 million tonnes of C02, equivalent to the annual emissions of 13 million petrol or diesel cars.

    Kelly Swanson, a professor in animal nutrition at the University of Illinois, disputes the findings of that study, saying the calculations were based on “a lot of inaccurate assumptions”.

    “Because most pet foods are based on secondary products from the human food industry, especially the ingredients that are animal-based, the environmental costs of those ingredients are not the same as those being consumed by humans,” he told AFP.

    For Sebastien Lefebvre, from Lyon’s VetAgro-Sup veterinary school, carbon emissions from conventional mass-produced animal food was “negligible”.

    He said emissions from pet food would only be a concern “when mankind stops food waste (and becomes) completely vegetarian.”

    He said that unfashionable cuts of meat, including offal, which many humans turn their noses up at, would be ideal for pet food in order to avoid waste.

    Yet in some countries, including the Netherlands, meat is reared specifically for animal consumption.

    Geography matters

    Pim Martens, professor of sustainable development at Maastricht University, said that — as with humans — animal carbon footprints “depend on where you live in the world”.

    In a 2019 study, Martens found the lifetime emissions of a dog weighing 10-20 kilogrammes in the Netherlands was anywhere between 4.2 and 17 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.

    For the same dog living in China, emissions were between 3.7 and 19.1 tonnes. In Japan, however, the same dog would be expected to produce 1.5 to 9.9 tonnes during its life.

    Ten tonnes of CO2 is roughly the same as the emissions produced by two cars every year.

    But Martens said he doesn’t find that comparison useful.

    “Would that mean that if you don’t own a dog or a cat you can drive an SUV or drive more in your car? It doesn’t make any sense.”

    But scientists can agree on at least one thing: a large dog, logically, eats more than a small cat and therefore has a bigger environmental impact.

    Get a bird instead?

    So what can the environmentally conscious animal lovers out there do to mitigate the damage caused by their furry friends?

    Okin suggests considering other species of animals to have as pets, such as hamsters or birds.

    “Maybe from the ecological pawprint point of view, everyone should get a lizard or a big spider” instead of a dog, said Martens.

    “But if you don’t want to have an ecological pawprint, don’t have a pet at all.”

    One solution for animals and the planet would be to cut down or diversify the protein in their diet.

    Several dried food producers already use insects in their kibble, although there is still debate over the environmental merits of various animal foods and their production.

    Lefebvre said “it’s not impossible, theoretically” to turn your pet dog vegetarian, under supervision from your vet.

    But there’s one environmental impact from outdoor cats he said he knows can’t be avoided.

    “A massacre all around your home: dead birds, shrews, lizards…”

    • Zoonotic diseases – – bad pets – – Klaus Schwab and company have there next global mission. Are you tired of stupid? You ain’t seen nothin yet. Superspreader animals will have to go. Dogs, cows, pigs, horses, cats…………

      Why don’t we get rid of global madmen?

  6. Selective enforcement in the Netherlands:
    Anti lock down protesters #museumplein harshly hunted by the riot police and anti-racism protesters #westerpark completely left alone by the radical left city council



  7. Sky News UK – The return of IS to Syrian refugee camps

    A senior Kurdish commander told Sky News that thousands of radicalised Muslim women and children are re-creating a new Islamic State Caliphate inside insecure camps in North East Syria.

  8. RT – Parody video showing Trump knocking Biden down Air Force One stairs could lead to ASSASSINATION attempt, MSNBC analyst says

    MSNBC regular Malcolm Nance has suggested that Donald Trump Jr. tweeting a parody video of his father using a golf ball to make Joe Biden fall on the steps to Air Force One “mainstreams the potential for danger.”

    […]Donald Trump Jr. was one of many users to share the video on Twitter, and a number of people believe this could somehow have real consequences.

    […]Appearing on the ‘Dean Obeidallah Show,’ author and MSNBC analyst Malcolm Nance – who has claimed Trump is an “asset” of Russia and even suggested that the terrorist group ISIS suicide bomb a Trump property in Istanbul – hinted the sharing of the video increases the chance of potential violence.

    “It’s dangerous because what he does is he makes light of the potential of injuring people,” Nance said, going on to claim he regularly monitors the public communications of “right wing extremists” and predicting how they could be responding to the short clip.

    “Some of the forums that are prevalent are gun forums, and let me tell you, you want to see some seething hotbeds of violence, you know, potential violence, and some of these people have long range shooting skills,” Nance said. “And this is the sort of thing that they would, you know, they would see that video and it would turn into a discussion of whether they use a 338 Lapua [long range rifle] or whether they use 50 caliber BMG to get that shot, right?”

    […]Trump Jr. has already been pushing back against media coverage of the video he shared, blasting media outlets for needing to label it “edited” when the content should make that clear.

    “Wait you’re telling me this is edited??? I’m sorry, I had no idea I was spreading this kind of gross disinformation,” he shot back at a headline from the Hill on Saturday.

  9. – The World Health Organization’s ‘Independent Investigator’ Keeps Hyping Chinese Communist Propaganda Outlets. –

    Peter Daszak, an American investigator on the World Health Organization’s recent mission to China, has repeatedly hyped Chinese state-run media outlets on Twitter.

    The promotion of outlets that function as part of the Chinese government’s self-avowed “propaganda” campaign further calls into question Daszak’s impartiality as a World Health Organization (WHO) investigator.

    The outlet Daszak most heavily shares and praises is China Global Television Network (CGTN) – described by the Freedom House think tank as “a long-standing weapon in Beijing’s arsenal of repression” whose “mission is to attack designated enemies of the Communist Party.”

    Daszak has praised CGTN hosts as “sharp,” interviews as “fantastic” and “honest,” and programming as “great“:

    A look into Daszak’s tweets:

  10. China: What to Do About It?
    Gordon G. Chang
    36-45 minutes

    (Image source: iStock)

    What does China really want?

    Well, China really wants to rule planet Earth. It also wants to possess and rule the near portions of the solar system. No, I am not exaggerating. No nation in history has been this ambitious.

    With regard to our planet, Xi Jinping wants the world to reject the current Westphalian international system, in place since 1648. In its place, he wants China’s imperial-era system, where Chinese emperors believed they not only had the right to rule tianxia, all under heaven, but also the heavens compelled them to do so.

    Xi has been grabbing territory from his neighbors. In just the past few months, the Chinese have been encroaching on India’s Sikkim as well as Nepalese territory.

    With regard to Nepal, let us talk about how China actually moves against its neighbors. In January, Beijing’s propagandists, as they have in the past, bragged about how Chinese scientists were able to come up with the exact measurement of a mountain in Nepal. Not in China, in Nepal.

  11. SYRIA – Smoke billows after bombardment hits fuel depot in northern Syria

    Smoke billows into the air after a bombardment hit a fuel depot in the Syrian town of Bab al-Hawa near the Turkish border.

    The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has said the strikes were carried out by Russian jets.

  12. This has to be the GREATEST GOOD NEWS since November 2020.

    TRUMP MAKING A COMEBACK. – Trump to Launch New Social Media Platform.

    Former President Donald J. Trump will be back on social media shortly. This time, he will be on his own platform.

    According to Senior Adviser Jason Miller, the former President will be launching his own social media platform in the next two to three months.

    “This is something that I think will be the hottest ticket in social media, it’s going to completely redefine the game, and everybody is going to be waiting and watching to see what exactly President Trump does,” Miller told Fox News’ “#Media Buzz.”

    He estimates that the President’s new platform, once launched, may draw “tens of millions of people.”


  13. Haifa Bay of Pigs

    While the northern capital’s municipality argues with the Nature and Parks Authority over who is responsible for dealing with the local hog problem, experts say the number of boars in the city will double within a year if they are not removed

    Seeing a lone boar strutting along the streets of the northern city of Haifa used to be a rare sight, but today these roaming rogues have become a common and growing problem.

    According to Haifa’s residents, herds of wild boar can often be seen roaming the city’s streets, wreaking havoc and destroying property, and in some rare cases even turning hostile and attacking people.

    Unlike her predecessors who chose to cull the boar population through hunting, Haifa’s current mayor Einat Kalisch-Rotem decided to solve the problem with non-lethal means. She has opted to deny the pigs any sources of food and water in the city, such as reinforcing trash cans to prevent the animals from reaching the discarded food inside.
    These measures have not found favor with some local officials who say they are useless.

    “All of these steps are like performing acupuncture on a dead body,” says Haifa municipal member Itzik Balas.

    “There is a group of boar fans in Haifa, and they are sweeping the mayor along in their wake.…

  14. Iran, Russia and Turkey signal growing alliance

    […] The messaging from Ankara is that Russia and Turkey are growing together as allies and partners. They work together in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus; their goal is to supplant US influence and divide up many areas of the Middle East between themselves.

    They seek to control violence in these areas. For instance, Turkey got the Syrian rebels, who were fighting the Russian-backed Syrian regime, to change their course and fight Kurds so the Syrian regime could prosper. Then Turkey shipped the rebels to fight elsewhere to weaken the rebellion. Ten years after the start of the Syrian conflict, it is mostly Turkey that is responsible for sidelining the rebellion.

    Now, enter Iran.…

    Turkey wants more trade with Iran via rail links and also wants to work with Tehran in other ways. From Russia, Ankara wants more S-400s and military hardware.

    For many years, Ankara would say one thing to Moscow and Tehran about partnership while telling Washington’s Iran hawks that it was “against Russia and Iran.”

    Turkey would mobilize its strong DC lobbyists to push narratives from how Ankara was “fighting terrorism” to how it was challenging Russia and Iran “geopolitically.”
    However, the reality was that Turkey was always working closely with Russia and Iran.

  15. New Alliances Link Gulf States to the Eastern Mediterranean

    New economic and security alliances are emerging in the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean, tying Arab states to Greece, Cyprus and Israel, with potentially transformative effects on both regions. The relationships are based on rapidly converging interests – among them, tensions between these countries and regional powers Iran and Turkey – and undergirded by energy and security partnerships.…

    The threat of Iran helped the UAE and Bahrain overcome their longstanding hostility toward Israel, leading to the Abraham Accords. Greece is not in the same neighborhood as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, but the three countries share a wariness of Turkish ambitions in their respective backyards, and are seeking closer security ties. Emirati and Saudi jets have joined Greek military drills.…

    For the U.S. and Europe, these groupings represent new opportunities as well as new challenges. Cooperation between Israel and Arab states, for instance, may reduce the security burden on American shoulders, but their combined opposition to a nuclear accommodation with Iran will also greatly complicate President Joe Biden’s efforts to resume diplomacy with the Islamic Republic.…

  16. Dysfunctional elections systems? Horrid!

    Israel’s election is heading toward a deadlock, final polls predict

    The final polls conducted until the Friday before Election Day on Tuesday, March 23, all suggested continued political deadlock, as neither the anti- nor the pro-Netanyahu blocs are expected to receive 61 seats in order to form a government.

    Naftali Bennett’s Yamina Party, however, which is currently not committed to either bloc, could give the anti-Netanyahu parties a coalition. The final poll … gave Netanyahu’s Likud Party 31 seats, followed by Yesh Atid with 19 seats, New Hope and Yamina tied for the third largest party with nine seats each, and the Joint List is stable at eight.

    The ultra-Orthodox Shas Party also has eight, while United Torah Judaism (UTJ) and Yisrael Beytenu have seven seats each.

    Labor and the Religious Zionist Party received five seats each, while Blue and White, Meretz and Ra’am crossed the electoral threshold with four seats each.

    [T]he anti-Netanyahu bloc would have 56 seats, while the pro-Netanyahu bloc would receive 51 seats. Yamina and Ra’am, which have both not declared support for either bloc, hold the balance of power. Yamina’s nine seats could give the anti-Netanyahu bloc a coalition, and together with Ra’am, they could both give one to the pro bloc.

    Anti-Netanyahu bloc wins only 55-57 seats in all five polls; uncommitted Yamina could give it a coalition.
    BTW – Media and pollsters are anti-Bibi. There are no issues. Just Bibi and anti-Bibi.

    • Arab News says it’s right vs. far-right, vs. far-far-right. Divided into camps of secular, “clerical”, and “messianic supremacist” (huh?). All of whom make unholy alliances.

      Written by a deracinated Israeli Jew who teaches at a London university notorious for antisemitism.

      And these are Arabs deigning to consider normalizing relations with the Jewish State.

  17. Activists replace street signs to educate people about the Netherlands’ colonial past
    Action groups against racism put up new street signs in various cities in the south of the Netherlands on Sunday. The streets currently bear the names of “criminals from the colonial era of the Netherlands”, according to the action groups. Sunday is International Day against Racism.
    The names of the old “sea villains” have been replaced by heroes from the present time, among others.
    Local activists from Den Bosch, Breda, Nijmegen, Sittard-Geleen, Maastricht, Heerlen, Venlo, Weert, Roermond and Eindhoven participated in the campaign. The activists associated with Kick Out Zwarte Piet also took to the streets to ask residents for their opinion.
    “The aim of the action is to make people aware of the Dutch colonial and slavery past and to teach about this past in education,” the activist groups said in a statement published Sunday. “The activists are calling on schools to work on this. They are also calling on municipalities to add captions to street names that tell the real story.”
    Photos on Facebook show that street signs such as Jan Pieterszoon Coenstraat, Tromplaan, Jan van Riebeeckstraat, Michiel de Ruyterstraat, Piet Heinstraat and Witte de Withstraat are disgraced. “In the coming weeks, we will be posting educational posts about different people from our past: sea villains and heroes,” announce the action groups.

    • the guardia – UK – BRISTOL – ‘Kill the bill’ protestors storm police station in Bristol

      Activists stormed a police station as a ‘Kill the Bill’ demonstration turned violent in Bristol.

      Footage from The Bristol Cable shows protestors kicking in the windows of Bridewell police station and graffitiing the outside of it.

      The protestors are opposed to the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill, which would give the police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests, including those deemed too noisy or a nuisance.

      Those convicted under the proposed legislation could face a fine or jail.

    • BBC – Police in injured in Bristol as “Kill the Bill” protest turns violent

      Two police officers have been taken to hospital with injuries after protesters clashed with police in Bristol.

      Thousands of people turned up at a rally against the Police and Crime Bill, which includes plans to give officers more powers to control demonstrations.

      Officers had told people to stay away. Avon and Somerset police condemned what they called “disgraceful scenes” and called on neighouring forces for support.

    • Sky News UK – Several police officers injured during protest in Bristol

      A demonstration against plans to give police more powers to deal with peaceful protests has spilled over into violence described as “disgusting scenes”.

  18. France rescues 72 migrants stranded in English Channel
    French maritime authorities said they had rescued 72 migrants in the English Channel on Sunday whose vessels ran into difficulties as they tried to reach the UK.
    Early Sunday, the coastguard was alerted that several boats were in trouble off the coast of Calais.
    One was picked up by a French patrol boat and the 38 people on board taken to Calais.
    Meanwhile, 34 more migrants were rescued by a tugboat operated by the French navy and taken to Boulogne-sur-Mer, also on France’s Channel coast.
    All the rescued migrants were in good health and were handed over to rescue services and the border police.
    Since late 2018, the number of illegal Channel crossings has risen sharply as migrants try to reach Britain despite dangers linked to busy shipping traffic, strong currents and low water temperatures.
    In 2020 alone, there were some 9,500 crossings or attempted crossings, according to the coastguard, more than four times the previous year’s number.
    Six people died and three went missing trying to cross last year, compared to four dead in 2019.

  19. Protests over bill granting police extra powers turns into riot. Arson, violence and vandalism:

    ‘Kill the bill’ protestors storm police station in Bristol
    “The protestors are opposed to the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill, which would give the police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests, including those deemed too noisy or a nuisance. Those convicted under the proposed legislation could face a fine or jail. ”

    BREAKING: Several police officers injured during protest in Bristol

    Police in injured in Bristol as “Kill the Bill” protest turns violent – BBC News

    video – 55 mins 4 secs [begin 1:36]
    ‘He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches’ Rev. 2:29

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