UK Police raid bouncy castle: Links 3, April 18, 2021

1. Just how far does sharia law affect the real law in Europe? This far:

Evian Apologizes For Mentioning Water During Ramadan

While the Islamic Month-long holiday of Ramadan just started this Tuesday, April 13, the French brand Evian – a Danone subsidiary – has caused an uproar among Muslims who feel insulted by a tweet.

“Retweet if you have already drunk 1 liter of Evian today”, published the famous French brand on its Twitter account. Evian is well known for distributing mineral water. […] Muslims and leftists on social media denounced the company for daring to speak about their companies water on Ramadan. Terrified by the potential deadly backlash hurting Muslims feelings could bring, Evian released an apology via Twitter. The message stated, “Sorry for the clumsiness of this tweet which calls for no provocation.”

2. Street gangs of peace doing peaceful protest with AK47, the rifle of peace in Beligium

3. As mask mandates end, Oregon bucks trend with permanent rule

(Portland Oregon just can’t wait to put up a Maoist Leninist banner at the city gate.)

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — As states around the country lift COVID-19 restrictions, Oregon is poised to go the opposite direction — and many residents are fuming about it.

A top health official is considering indefinitely extending rules requiring masks and social distancing in all businesses in the state.

The proposal would keep the rules in place until they are “no longer necessary to address the effects of the pandemic in the workplace.”

Michael Wood, administrator of the state’s department of Occupational Safety and Health, said the move is necessary to address a technicality in state law that requires a “permanent” rule to keep current restrictions from expiring.

“We are not out of the woods yet,” he said.

But the idea has prompted a flood of angry responses, with everyone from parents to teachers to business owners and employees crying government overreach.

Wood’s agency received a record number of public comments, mostly critical, and nearly 60,000 residents signed a petition against the proposal.

Opponents also are upset government officials won’t say how low Oregon’s COVID-19 case numbers must go, or how many people would have to be vaccinated, to get the requirements lifted in a state that’s already had some of the nation’s strictest safety measures.

4. UK Police raid a bouncy castle for Covid regs. Suddenly we have a whole new kind of “Dirty Harry”.

5. Doctor risks career to tell the simple truth about lockdowns and Covid19

 

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3 Replies to “UK Police raid bouncy castle: Links 3, April 18, 2021”

  1. Now this is an Alberta cowboy through and through. Never mind the accent. Never mind the suit and tie or the title “Doctor”. This Hodkinson hombre shoots straight. His spirit is defiant, free, and cares only about what is right and just. He claims this to be a defining moment in his career. Well, note to self: this is a defining moment for every person, everywhere, whether they realize it, or not. Who is not affected by their government’s collectivist mania? A mania so profound that it believes it can control the spread of microbes.

    Perhaps our Premier, Dug Ford, will soon order us to save time in bottle, because it’s running out on all of us. Same logic, same result.

    Mania. Maniac. Invisible maniac. What can be worse? Viruses, aliens and redheads. No wonder police are now becoming compelled to express their conscience.

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