Reader’s Links for September 7, 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.

This is the new Samizdat. We must use it while we can.

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77 Replies to “Reader’s Links for September 7, 2021”

    • They are using veterinary sources where the dosage is extremely difficult to control for creatures smaller than horses and cattle. I looked into it here and decided that it was not worth the risk despite having plenty of syringes etc. I addition being veterinary it would not be of an A, B. C or D classification(purity value) but anything from E to H. Animals can take non asepsis care and pharmaceutical doses that would kill most humans.
      As an addendum all new drugs are A so as to pass FDA. But generics , made under licence (or not) can be B, C or even D(common in Africa and Asia). So if you wonder why your generic isn’t as good as the original this may well be the reason. In actual fact most Bs are okay but the Cs and the Ds, less so.

  1. M. nonvaxxers are the new “kulaks” or “Jews”
    As a doctor, here’s my message to anyone who thinks it’s OK to deny medical treatment to those unvaccinated against Covid
    5 Sep, 2021 09:00

    As a doctor, here’s my message to anyone who thinks it’s OK to deny medical treatment to those unvaccinated against Covid

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    R. M. Huffman is a physician, author, and observer of culture.

    Some doctors are openly discussing refusal to treat patients who decline, for whatever reason, to get the jab. This would set a dangerous precedent and shatter fundamental tenets of medical practice.
    An insidious sentiment has begun metastasizing throughout the United States and Britain, expressed by politicians, pundits, and – most disturbingly – by physicians themselves: that the unvaccinated who contract Covid-19 should be denied medical care.

    It gets worse. A former US senator from Missouri, Claire McCaskill, also wants the unvaccinated to have their insurance rates raised. Piers Morgan, the British TV personality, demands to his nearly 8 million Twitter followers that the NHS must refuse them hospital beds. An emergency medical physician in Arizona responds to a video clip of people unmasked in a grocery store with a message, “Let ‘em die”. A liver surgeon at Massachusetts General suggests that declining a Covid vaccine should be treated by doctors as a functional Do Not Intubate/Do Not Resuscitate order.

    These are neither private thoughts nor quiet conversations with overworked colleagues: these are calls to action, shared on social media, intended for public consumption.

    This should terrify you.

    Physicians are translating these verbal assaults into action. Doctors in Florida staged a mock walkout, frustrated that their hospitals are filling up. A North Texas task force was obliged to walk back a proposal to allot ICU beds based on vaccination status rather than need. An Alabama family practitioner is firing all patients who chose not to be vaccinated, whether they were sick or not.

    The medical community in the West is teetering on the edge of philosophical malpractice, and for the sake of patients’ present and future, its members must step back and recall why and how we do our jobs.

    A fundamental tenet of medical practice is non-maleficence, summed up in the Latin primum non nocere –first, do no harm. In televised remarks on June 2 of this year, President Joe Biden declared of the three available Covid vaccines: “The bottom line is this — I promise you: They are safe. They are safe.” This message has been echoed, without qualification, by powerful entities ranging from hospital administrations mandating staff vaccinations to professional organizations: “The vaccine is safe.”

    Let me be clear: I believe vaccination is one of the most important therapeutic innovations in the history of medicine. Vaccines have saved millions upon millions of lives. That said, I also believe that the way these Covid vaccines, with their novel mechanisms of action, have been introduced to the public – as a silver bullet, idiot-if-you-decline, nail-in-the-coronavirus-coffin solution – is disingenuous, hyperbolic, and simply not justified by the existing data.

    There are some indications that the vaccines may not be entirely safe to all. VAERS – the United States government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System – suggests that, while adverse events are extremely rare, they include paralysis, inflammation of the heart, blood clots, and death. These have been largely dismissed on the grounds that the VAERS reporting doesn’t establish causation, and that isolated cases – like the BBC presenter who died after she received the jab – aren’t data, and all that’s certainly true.

    However, drug therapies, especially novel ones, cannot be treated as “innocent until proven guilty”; rather, all possible adverse events must be thoroughly and formally explored as consequent to the drug, because occasionally the true harm is worse than anyone imagined, as Merck famously discovered with FDA-approved Vioxx back in the early 2000s. Research published in the medical journal Lancet estimated that 88,000 Americans had heart attacks from taking Vioxx, and 38,000 of them died.

    There is no evidence at this stage that the Covid vaccinations are anywhere near as dangerous as that. But the medical industry’s general dismissal of their potential dangers, to the point of imposing vaccine mandates on young, healthy populations like those in the US military, betrays its commitment to non-maleficence and will cost lives.

    No medical therapy comes without risk, but informed consent – another foundational principle of medicine – demands that even minuscule risk be related accurately to the patient. A tiny percentage doesn’t mean an insignificant number; at least 6,000 (and rising) deaths attributed to voluntary Covid vaccination per VAERS is twice the fatalities from the 9/11 attacks. That cannot be brushed aside with a comment about “statistical significance”.

    In perhaps the most irresponsible instance of failure to note risk, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine has declared unequivocally that the “vaccination is safe before, during, or after pregnancy”, knowing full well that no trial has ever been done to thoroughly test that premise.

    In medicine, circumstances abound where a negligible risk nevertheless prompts drastic action. Just a handful of reports describing low blood pressure during an operation means that if you’ve taken phentermine, commonly prescribed for weight loss, on the day before elective surgery, your case will almost certainly be canceled. In 2003, the FDA gave the venerable drug droperidol (prescribed to help with nausea and vomiting that are side effects of other drugs) a black box warning, despite more than three decades of wide use without a single case report of confirmed cardiac complications in antiemetic doses.

    Any anesthesiologist will include risk of heart attack or stroke in his preoperative discussion with a patient, no matter how many thousands of uneventful anesthetics he or she has given. Doctors have historically been concerned with infinitesimal risk and made concerted efforts to inform and protect the patient accordingly. Our collective failure to do the same in the case with novel Covid-19 vaccines is unconscionable and baffling.

    In modern medicine, patient autonomy is sacrosanct. One cannot be given a medical intervention by force; most famously, Jehovah’s Witnesses can refuse blood, even as a lifesaving measure, and a physician ignores that wish at great professional peril.

    Covid-19 vaccine decliners are largely painted in media, both traditional and social, as purposefully ignorant, brainwashed by anti-science conspiracy theorists. Such a broad branding doesn’t explain the reticence of a former Pfizer executive, or a cardiologist and internist who’s authored hundreds of published papers, or thousands of doctors and nurses who’ve been on the front line of the fight against Covid for eighteen months and have seen up close the devastation it can cause.

    Real reasons abound: a mistrust borne of witnessing Anthony Fauci and then-Surgeon General Jerome Adams change their positions on television; a recognition that evidence for long-term efficacy is weak and may be decreasing; moral objection to drug therapy developed using cell lines from electively aborted fetuses; a personal evaluation of risks and benefits of vaccine versus Covid based on age and health. Even so, the validity of the reason doesn’t matter. Patient autonomy is to be respected without exception. To do otherwise means to fundamentally change the relationship between patient and physician.

    Perhaps we should change it, though. Never mind that nobody seeks out Covid, or that their “risky behavior” simply entails normal activities of daily life, or that questions about vaccine safety are building. Perhaps if a person’s decisions are judged by the medical industry to be irresponsible and unsafe, that should preclude care, freeing up resources – beds, money, doctors’ time – for patients who actually demonstrate concern for their own health.

    Imagine the precedent that would set, though. The disease burden of the Western world is largely predicated on bad patient habits, mainly tobacco use, alcohol abuse, and caloric overconsumption and sedentary lifestyle leading to widespread obesity (with a rate in the US of 42% and climbing). These cost the taxpayer hundreds of billions of dollars yearly, soaking up enormous resources, and – if the habits aren’t changed – will ultimately render care futile, to be temporizing measures at best.

    One might counter that these behaviors don’t affect others, unlike failing to protect against a communicable disease. Ignoring the fact that Covid vaccines are non-sterilizing and aren’t proof against transmission: will we apply that standard to gay men with AIDS? To intravenous drug users with hepatitis C? To sex workers with STDs? To drunk drivers who cause fatal car wrecks? Once medical caregivers declare themselves arbiters of who deserves treatment, there exists no principle that limits such self-appointment to “but only unvaccinated Covid patients, and just for now.” It’s a horrifying prospect.

    For physicians, nurses, and everyone involved in delivering medical care, what we must do is simple: treat the patient. Treat the vasculopath getting his sixth bypass and still smoking two packs a day. Treat the chronic pain patient who weighs three times what her skeleton was designed to support. Treat the gangbanger who broke his wrist fleeing from police and crashing into a family of five, killing four of them. Treat the drunk with a blood alcohol concentration of .441, back in the ER yet again. Treat the man who shoved a flashlight so far up his colon that he has to have an operation to remove it. Treat them all with the same excellent care you’d provide to anyone else.

    And treat the unvaccinated in the same way you treat the vaccinated.

    I have, and will continue to do so.

    We provide care based on need, not our own perception of who’s deserving of it. Shake your head clear of the fog of frustration that’s drifted up over the course of the Covid pandemic. Remember why you chose this thankless, difficult, honorable profession. Do your job.

    And if you can’t, please, please go do something else.

  2. In my recent incarceration I asked my spouse to bring me some books that I had not yet read(I place date and time of completion on the inside cover) and he brought me (randomly he swears) two interesting books.
    1) an erudite but totally bigoted view of the Inquisition to which i added many disagreeing statements as an index of my anger. The author is your typical brainwashed leftist academic who despite his scholarship really has not a clue: Flesh Inferno by Simon Whitechapel. My criticism are multiple despite his obvious scholarship as he totally misses the point so often.

    2) A book finished in ~1960 but not published until the microfilmed copy left the USSR in 1982 , 20 years after the death of the author. In a nutshell it is the soviet “War and Peace” and IMHO far better. I cannot describe it adequately but it is a must read: Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman. If you are young, it will change how you see the world. If you are older it will reinforce what you already know and it is so relevant now

  3. Private Afghanistan evac. team slams Biden who ‘did nothing’ to help girls escape – Liberty Unyielding
    Daily Caller News Foundation
    10-13 minutes

    Private Afghanistan evac. team slams Biden who ‘did nothing’ to help girls escape

    Robert Stryk (Image: KSRO screen grab)

    By Jennie Taer

    The Biden administration ignored several pleas for help from an American evacuation team in the waning days of the Afghanistan withdrawal, emails reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation show.

    The team had contacted senior officials in the administration to help evacuate people from Afghanistan before the U.S. withdrawal, according to emails obtained by the DCNF. They were working to get Americans and vulnerable Afghans out of the country, but it was a difficult task to do alone, according to the team.

    Robert Stryk, who earlier spoke with the DCNF about his frustrations with the administration before Aug. 31, said Deputy National Security Advisor Jon Finer failed to act on his team’s desperate pleas for help in getting hundreds of girls out of Afghanistan as the U.S. withdrawal deadline approached.

    • We can all read between the lines on this information, Israel knows that Iran is working as hard as they can to acquire nukes, they also know they are going to have to stop them in the near future. A strike of the size this will require is something they want to be sure doesn’t leak to the press or Iran.

  4. Four Canoes Project

    ( 10 min 17 )

    In the summer of 2019 Kick Start Arts hosted a reconciliation project in partnership with First Nations Master Canoe Builder, Visual Artist, and Knowledge Carrier Josy Thomas, and Knowledge Carrier Suzy Kies.

    • global pravda – Islamophobia in Canada: 3 generations of Muslim women reflect on hate

      Racially-motivated crimes have surged across Canada in recent years, with reports of such incidents surging by 30 per cent in 2020 alone.

      Muslim Canadians have reportedly also been the most targeted group of hatred. In Edmonton, at least nine incidents in the last nine months have been reported, involving disturbing physical and verbal assaults directed mainly at Black, Muslim women wearing a hijab or burqa.

      Morgan Black spoke to three generations of Muslim women, who say this country’s problem with Islamophobia has lingered for decades, and is only getting worse.

      + comments on the YT page

  5. #BlackSwan #Lockdown #ZeroTolerance
    Black swan visits Beijing’s Tiananmen square; Lockdown policy changes spark anger with locals

  6. (Richard: Pakistani pilots were flying the attack copters Obama ans Biden gave the Taliban. Taking the Panjshir valley was why the Taliban wanted the copters, the terrain in htat valley made Air Support a necessity if you were going to take the Valley.)

    Gravitas: The fall of Panjshir has Pakistan written all over it

  7. Schools destroy 5000 books judged harmful to First Nations, including Tintin and Astérix

    zero hedge – Third Person Dies In Japan After Receiving Tainted Moderna Vaccine

    A 49-year-old man has become the third person to die in Japan after receiving the Moderna vaccine from a contaminated batch.

    […]According to The Guardian, the man had his second Moderna shot on August 11 and died the next day.

    Authorities were careful not to declare a causal link, while the health ministry said on Monday that his only known allergy was to buckwheat.

    […]The shot came from the same batches that were found to have fragments of stainless steel in them, leading to a recall of 1.63m doses of the Moderna vaccine on 26 August. The three batches were manufactured in Spain under contract by Moderna.

    The company has yet to comment on the most recent fatality, but last week issued a joint statement with local distributor Takeda Pharmaceutical, saying: “The rare presence of stainless steel particles in the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine does not pose an undue risk to patient safety and it does not adversely affect the benefit/risk profile of the product.”


    • Vaccine mandate ‘dismantling’ the restaurant industry: Apple-Metro CEO

      Apple-Metro CEO Zane Tankel said he now has to terminate employees who refuse to get vaccinated, including three long-term managers and about 5% of his employees.

    • CNN – Completely incorrect’: Dr. Fauci pushes back on DeSantis’ vaccine claim

      Fauci pushes back on a claim by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) that unvaccinated individuals have no impact on others.

    • CBC – Banning unvaccinated people from flights could have profound impact on the North

      The government’s plan to keep unvaccinated people off domestic flights could have a more profound effect in Canada’s North, where travel can be a necessity and even a lifesaver.

  8. FRANCE – Police and “RESIDENTS” clash violently in Parisian suburb

    For the fourth consecutive night, RESIDENTS of the Paris suburb of Corbeil-Essonnes clashed with police forces.

    Local media reports that violence could be linked to the arrest of two brothers several days ago.

  9. Gaza march in support of escaped terrorists

    Hundreds of Muslim Jihad supporters rallied in Gaza, and the militant group sent incendiary balloons across the border into Israel, in support of six Palestinian terrorists who escaped an Israeli prison.

  10. CBC – Trudeau hit by gravel at heated protest during Ontario campaign stop

    Heated protesters targeted Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau at a campaign stop in London, Ont., where at least one demonstrator threw gravel as Trudeau attempted to leave on a campaign bus.


    Syni Cyst one hour ago

    The fact they used gravel and not vegetable of or eggs tends to suggest they were not prepared.


  11. CBC – Kids, teens make up largest share of Manitoba’s COVID-19 cases

    Manitoba’s youngest residents in the age category of 0-18 have made up more than a third of all new cases, and almost every week have produced the most new infections, according to provincial government data.

    • ctv – All health-care workers must be vaccinated by Oct. 15 or face suspension without pay, Quebec announces

      MONTREAL — The Legault government announced that all health and social services workers in Quebec must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 15 or face suspension without pay.

      Quebec’s health minister Christian Dubé made the announcement during a news conference Tuesday alongside Premier François Legault and his director of public health, Dr. Horacio Arruda.

      The new mandatory vaccination requirement applies to public and private sectors workers and goes a step further from the previous mandate for only workers who deal with patients for more than 15 minutes. When asked by a reporter Tuesday whether it will apply to cleaning staff and security personnel, Dubé bluntly replied, “Everybody.”

      Dubé also announced that anyone visiting a hospital must present their vaccine passport, while the premier said there is a current shortage of nurses, especially in the intensive care wards that are seeing more and more unvaccinated people infected with the coronavirus.

      On Tuesday, the province reported 515 new COVID-19 cases as well as an increase of 24 new hospitalizations. The vast majority of the new cases are among people who are not fully vaccinated.

      Legault noted that in the past month, hospitalizations due to COVID-19 shot up from 55 to 171.

      Quebec health workers must get vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 15 or risk suspension

      Quebec health workers in regular contact with patients must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or risk being suspended without pay, provincial officials said Tuesday.

      Health Minister Christian Dubé said the measure, which will come into effect on Oct. 15, will apply to employees in the public and private sector.

      “We can’t accept that there are workers who put vulnerable people at risk,” he said.

      The final decision comes after the government held committee hearings on its proposed mandatory vaccination mandate for health-care workers.

      Premier François Legault addressed the evolving fourth wave at 1 p.m. in Montreal alongside Dubé. Dr. Horacio Arruda, director of Quebec public health, will also be on hand.

      The update comes as novel coronavirus cases and pandemic-related hospitalizations have been on the rise in recent weeks. Quebec reported 515 new infections but no additional deaths Tuesday.

      Last week, the government launched its passport vaccination system to access certain non-essential services. Proof of vaccination is needed for any person 13 and older to dine at restaurants or go to the gym, among other activities.


    More than 900 pages of materials related to US.-funded coronavirus research in China were released following a FOIA lawsuit by The Intercept.

    NEWLY RELEASED DOCUMENTS provide details of U.S.-funded research on several types of coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. The Intercept has obtained more than 900 pages of documents detailing the work of EcoHealth Alliance, a U.S.-based health organization that used federal money to fund bat coronavirus research at the Chinese laboratory.The trove of documents includes two previously unpublished grant proposals that were funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as well as project updates relating to EcoHealth Alliance’s research, which has been scrutinized amid increased interest in the origins of the pandemic.

    The documents were released in connection with ongoing Freedom of Information Act litigation by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health. The Intercept is making the full documents available to the public.

    “This is a road map to the high-risk research that could have led to the current pandemic,” said Gary Ruskin, executive director of U.S. Right To Know, a group that has been investigating the origins of Covid-19.

    One of the grants, titled “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence,” outlines an ambitious effort led by EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak to screen thousands of bat samples for novel coronaviruses. The research also involved screening people who work with live animals. The documents contain several critical details about the research in Wuhan, including the fact that key experimental work with humanized mice was conducted at a biosafety level 3 lab at Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment — and not at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, as was previously assumed. The documents raise additional questions about the theory that the pandemic may have begun in a lab accident, an idea that Daszak has aggressively dismissed.

    The bat coronavirus grant provided EcoHealth Alliance with a total of $3.1 million, including $599,000 that the Wuhan Institute of Virology used in part to identify and alter bat coronaviruses likely to infect humans. Even before the pandemic, many scientists were concerned about the potential dangers associated with such experiments. The grant proposal acknowledges some of those dangers: “Fieldwork involves the highest risk of exposure to SARS or other CoVs, while working in caves with high bat density overhead and the potential for fecal dust to be inhaled.”

    Alina Chan, a molecular biologist at the Broad Institute, said the documents show that EcoHealth Alliance has reason to take the lab-leak theory seriously. “In this proposal, they actually point out that they know how risky this work is. They keep talking about people potentially getting bitten — and they kept records of everyone who got bitten,” Chan said. “Does EcoHealth have those records? And if not, how can they possibly rule out a research-related accident?”

    According to Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University, the documents contain critical information about the research done in Wuhan, including about the creation of novel viruses. “The viruses they constructed were tested for their ability to infect mice that were engineered to display human type receptors on their cell,” Ebright wrote to The Intercept after reviewing the documents. Ebright also said the documents make it clear that two different types of novel coronaviruses were able to infect humanized mice. “While they were working on SARS-related coronavirus, they were carrying out a parallel project at the same time on MERS-related coronavirus,” Ebright said, referring to the virus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

    Asked about the grant materials, Robert Kessler, communications manager at EcoHealth Alliance, said, “We applied for grants to conduct research. The relevant agencies deemed that to be important research, and thus funded it. So I don’t know that there’s a whole lot to say.”

    The grant was initially awarded for a five-year period — from 2014 to 2019. Funding was renewed in 2019 but suspended by the Trump administration in April 2020.

    The closest relative of SARS-CoV-2, which causes Covid-19, is a virus found in bats, making the animals a focal point for efforts to understand the origins of the pandemic. Exactly how the virus jumped to humans is the subject of heated debate. Many scientists believe that it was a natural spillover, meaning that the virus passed to humans in a setting such as a wet market or rural area where humans and animals are in close contact. Biosafety experts and internet sleuths who suspect a lab origin, meanwhile, have spent more than a year poring over publicly available information and obscure scientific publications looking for answers. In the past few months, leading scientists have also called for a deeper investigation of the pandemic’s origins, as has President Joe Biden, who in May ordered the intelligence community to study the issue. On August 27, Biden announced that the intelligence inquiry was inconclusive.

    Biden blamed China for failing to release critical data, but the U.S. government has also been slow to release information. The Intercept initially requested the proposals in September 2020.

    “I wish that this document had been released in early 2020,” said Chan, who has called for an investigation of the lab-leak origin theory. “It would have changed things massively, just to have all of the information in one place, immediately transparent, in a credible document that was submitted by EcoHealth Alliance.”

    The second grant, “Understanding Risk of Zoonotic Virus Emergence in Emerging Infectious Disease Hotspots of Southeast Asia,” was awarded in August 2020 and extends through 2025. The proposal, written in 2019, often seems prescient, focusing on scaling up and deploying resources in Asia in case of an outbreak of an “emergent infectious disease” and referring to Asia as “this hottest of the EID hotspots.”

  13. Remarks by President Bush at “Building Afghanistan’s Future” – March 30-31, 2011

    President Bush states, “We firmly believe it is in the interest of the United States to empower women in Afghanistan for the sake of national security and for the sake of peace,” at Building Afghanistan’s Future, a conference held March 30-31, 2011.

    • Life of Afghan Refugees in Germany (US Military Ramstein Air Base)

      US Military Ramstein Air Base in Germany is providing support such as food, water and medical services while they await transportation to their final destinations .

      ( just past the 4:38 mark – the prayer )

      • parolees have 1 year of residence.
        They are not refugees or asylees. Congress is set to pass legislation to provide them with Medicaid.

    • Retired Navy SEAL demands transparency on Afghanistan

      … many questions remain regarding the vetting process of Afghan refugees.

      • Justine wanted the election, he got it and now he is finding out, the MSM have coddled him for years, but most Peoplekind have nothing but loathing for him. Too bad, so sad, we are tired, so damn tired of being had. Suck it up. Shut up, go home, we find you repulsive.

    • Deutsche Pravda – Taliban announce new caretaker government

      The Taliban announce a caretaker cabinet for their keenly awaited government for Afghanistan.

      The announcement comes more than three weeks after the Muslim extremists took the capital Kabul unopposed, and US-led troops pulled out of the country.

      The Taliban have pledged to establish what they say would be an inclusive government.

    • channel 4 – Afghanistan: Taliban announce new interim government – who is in it?

      The Taliban have named an interim government with a prime minister who is on a UN terror watchlist and an interior minister with a $10 million bounty on his head.

      That new interior minister is Sirajuddin Haqqani, whose militant group has been blamed for some of the bloodiest episodes in Afghanistan’s war.

    • Afghanistan: Taliban announce new interim government at Kabul conference

      Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid announced a new interim government in Afghanistan, with acting Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhand and new cabinet picks during a press conference in Kabul.

      Among the nominated were established Taliban personalities who dominated the 20-year battle against the United States and its allies.

      The Taliban declared the country an ‘Islamic Emirate.’

      The Taliban is designated a terrorist organisation by the United Nations Security Council. The US meanwhile has not placed it on its Foreign Terrorist Organisation list while Russia has designated it a terrorist group since 2003.

  14. 9+
    #Taliban #Afghanistan #MullahHassan
    Taliban’s new caretaker government will be led by Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund | WION Breaking News

  15. The resistance fights back against 4 enemies, but 2 friends have joined it

    Note: The Northern Alliance is fighting against the Taliban – and now are getting support from Russia and Tajikistan.

  16. Biden admin stopped planes chartered by Glenn Beck charity from taking off, handed manifest over to Taliban
    Phil Shiver
    5-6 minutes

    The U.S. State Department is responsible for interfering with the departure of several planes holding American citizens and Afghan nationals at the Mazar-i-Sharif airport, BlazeTV host Glenn Beck reported on-air during his radio show Tuesday.
    What are the details?

    The planes — which held at least 100 American citizens and 1,000 Afghan nationals — were chartered by Mercury One and The Nazarene Fund, a charity founded by Beck aimed at facilitating evacuations from Afghanistan amid the U.S. military’s withdrawal and the Taliban’s takeover of the country.

    Over the weekend, news broke that multiple planes had been prevented from taking off after the Taliban refused to grant permission for the departure. But according to Beck, it wasn’t the Taliban that initially stopped the planes from exiting the country.

  17. CEO Forced to ‘Step Down’ for Supporting Texas Abortion Law
    Penny Starr
    4-5 minutes
    Gaming CEO Forced to ‘Step Down’ After Backlash for Supporting Texas Law to Protect the Unborn
    NEW YORK, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 01: People gather for a reproductive rights rally at Brooklyn Borough Hall on September 01, 2021 in Downtown Brooklyn in New York City. NOW-NYC and Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Action Fund organized a rally for reproductive rights after a Texas law that …
    Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images


    The CEO of Tripwire, creator of the popular games Killing Floor and Red Orchestra, was forced to step down after expressing support for the Texas law to protect the unborn and leftists attacked him on social media.

    “BREAKING: Tripwire Interactive CEO John Gibson is stepping down following severe backlash against his tweet supporting the Texas law that bans abortion after six weeks and deputizes private citizens to sue anyone who aids in the procedure, the company says,” a Bloomberg reporter tweeted on Monday night.

    • (Richard: The Dems are above the law and are proving this by ignoring Judicial Decisions they don’t like. Actions like this and the one in the article above are going to cause a massive explosion after the Conservatives win big next year.</em<)

      Justice Department will ‘protect’ abortion seekers in…
      8-10 minutes

      The Justice Department said Monday that it will not tolerate violence against anyone to obtain an abortion in Texas as federal officials continued to explore options to challenge the new state law that bans most abortions.

      Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department would ‘protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services’ under a federal law known as the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act.

      Garland said in a statement that federal prosecutors are still urgently exploring options to challenge the Texas law.

      He said the Justice Department would enforce the federal law ‘in order to protect the constitutional rights of women and other persons, including access to an abortion.’

      Days After Democrats Are Defeated By Texas – The Senate Overplays Its Hand, Rushes To Eliminate The Filibuster
      Adam Casalino
      3-4 minutes

      Days After Democrats Are Defeated By Texas – The Senate Overplays Its Hand, Rushes To Eliminate The Filibuster
      What’s Happening:

      Democrats are panicking ever since the Supreme Court refused to block a major pro-life law in Texas. “Pro-choice” liberals in D.C. fear that more states will pass similar laws.

      If they don’t act fast, millions of children will be born! What a nightmare!

      So, leftists in D.C. want to “codify” Roe v. Wade as the law of the land. They certainly don’t have the votes to make it done, though.

      Now, these “Democrats” want to eliminate democracy by once again calling for the end of a critical democratic protection.

  18. (Remove senile Biden and we get one working brain cell Kamala, then they would remove her to install whoever she appoints to be VP. Brad Johnson was talking about Michelle Obama, others are talking about Pelosi. Hillary is a long shot but still on the list, and with the precedent set that you can remove a President for any reason the left will be happy to do so to get o ne of their heroes in the Oval Office)

    Impeach Everybody
    Scott McKay
    7-8 minutes

    Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell was back home in Kentucky last week, and he said something which was wrong. Not factually, per se, but as a matter of political strategy, the Turtle blew it.

    Here is McConnell’s quote:

    The president is not going to be removed from office. With a Democratic House, a narrowly Democratic Senate, that’s not going to happen. . . . We’re trying to hold down the damage until next year and I do think we’re likely to see a typical midterm reaction to a new administration. . . . Only twice in American history — only twice — has the president gained seats in Congress two years into the first term. Typically, there is some buyer’s remorse two years in. . . . So, look, there isn’t going to be any impeachment, but I think [the Democrats] have a very good chance of having a very bad election next year.

    First of all, he’s right that Republicans won’t remove Joe Biden from office. But whether it happens before the midterms or before the 2024 election, Biden is going to be gone soon. Everyone knows this. He’s going to be taken out either voluntarily or involuntarily for “health reasons” by his own people.

    All it’ll take is some incident which is more pronounced than the fairly convincing displays of senility and cognitive decline we’ve already seen. At some point, likely soon, there will be something which can’t be covered up or explained away, and Biden’s support within the Democrat Party will melt to the point where a reset is needed.

    Court Martial Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley! – Frontpagemag
    Daniel Greenfield
    10-12 minutes

    Betrayed Americans and murdered heroes deserve justice.

    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

    “This is America,” Gen. Milley declared at Ramstein Air Force Base.

    The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was taking a victory lap at the air base in Germany where thousands of Afghans were housed while hundreds of Americans had been left behind.

    Milley, who had issued a “stand down” order to address “extremism” in the United States military, an imaginary problem invented at the behest of the Biden administration to purge conservative and patriotic officers from the ranks, was blasé about the Afghan disaster and the new terror threat it has created.

    “I think they said a couple of hundred or something like that popped red,” Milley said, referring to the hundreds of Afghan evacuees whose backgrounds had raised red flags for terrorism.

    Massachusetts-based Satanic Temple battles Texas abortion law, cites religious freedom
    3-4 minutes

    The Salem-based Satanic Temple is the newest group to battle the Texas abortion law, as they cite religious freedom to help women skirt the most restrictive abortion law in the nation.

    The Satanic Temple is arguing that women should be able to take an abortion-inducing drug as an expression of religious freedom within the first 24 weeks of pregnancy. The new Texas law bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

    In the wake of the new law last week, a lawyer for the Massachusetts-based Satanic Temple sent a letter to the FDA to request that the church be allowed access without prescription to the abortion-inducing drugs mifepristone and misoprostol as part of its “sacramental” abortion ritual.

    “I am sure Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton — who famously spends a good deal of his time composing press releases about Religious Liberty issues in other states — will be proud to see that Texas’s robust Religious Liberty laws, which he so vociferously champions, will prevent future Abortion Rituals from being interrupted by superfluous government restrictions meant only to shame and harass those seeking an abortion,” Lucien Greaves, co-founder of the temple, said in a statement.

    Congressman Who Served In Afghanistan: Biden’s Actions Meet ‘Constitutional Definition Of Treason’
    Daily Wire News
    3-4 minutes

    Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL), a U.S. veteran who fought in Afghanistan and who now serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told Fox News on Sunday that President Joe Biden should be removed from office for “treason.”

    Mast said that Biden’s claim that no one saw the Taliban taking over the country as fast as they did was not believable and he accused Biden of primarily being concerned with the optics of the situation.

    Mast also criticized Biden over Biden’s July phone call with the president of Afghanistan where Biden reportedly encouraged Afghanistan’s president to change the perception of what was happening on the ground regarding the Taliban, whether it was true or not.

    “Impeachment is absolutely something that should be considered. I would say no less than 10,000 counts of reckless endangerment, all of the American lives over there that’s the minimum, which is actually a real crime,” Mast said. “Beyond that, as I’ve said already, I think we absolutely need to look at what is the truth about this phone call with the former Afghan president.

    Biden State Dept Says It Has No Resources To Rescue Trapped Flights In Afghanistan, No ‘Reliable Means’ To Confirm Details: Report
    Emily Zanotti
    4 minutes

    Responding to claims that it is blocking flights carrying Americans and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) from leaving Mazar-i-Sharif (MAZ) airport in Afghanistan, the Biden administration’s State Department reportedly admitted that it has few resources available to facilitate the evacuation and that they have no “reliable” information about the trapped flights.

    As The Daily Wire noted Sunday, there are conflicting reports as to who is preventing planes carrying individuals rescued by a non-governmental organization (NGO) from taking off from MAZ.

    Individuals associated with an organization handling the flights said that the State Department is the only obstacle to the chartered planes leaving the airport, but sources close to the situation told The Daily Wire Sunday that while the State Department is not negotiating landing zones, the Taliban is also making significant demands, effectively creating a “hostage situation” on the ground in Afghanistan.

    A State Department official, however, told the Washington Free Beacon that the State Department’s hands are tied and that they have no resources on the ground to assist or even to provide reliable information on the passengers.

    Afghan Fallout: Biden Ruins America’s Most Important Relationship — India
    Gordon G. Chang
    7-8 minutes

    If Washington is going to deter a militant China, it needs the support of democratic India. Unfortunately, India looks like the country most immediately — and perhaps most adversely — affected by the Biden-created debacle in Afghanistan. As a result, New Delhi could decide to side not with America but with a Chinese ally, Moscow. Pictured: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (center) addresses a joint meeting of the US Congress on June 8, 2016, as then Vice President Joe Biden (left) and then Speaker of the House Paul Ryan look on. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

    President Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan has ruined, perhaps for decades, America’s most important bilateral relationship of this era.

    If Washington is going to deter a militant China, it needs the support of democratic India. Unfortunately, India looks like the country most immediately — and perhaps most adversely — affected by the Biden-created debacle. As a result, New Delhi could decide to side not with America but with a Chinese ally, Moscow.

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