Reader’s Links for September 13, 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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73 Replies to “Reader’s Links for September 13, 2021”

  1. Police bodycam proves the mainstream media was HIDING the truth

    Rebel News
    1.48M subscribers

    The MSM cameras waited for the perfect shot of Nick Patterson throwing a punch and refused to share what happened prior. It turns out the police struck first. Full report by @Avi Yemini:

    • Two Mennonites are talking, the one asked the other , “Why are we not hearing about Covid” and the other one says because we don’t have TV.

  2. Docs show Fauci-funded Wuhan lab work enhanced viral load more than 10,000 times natural strain – Liberty Unyielding

    U.S. and Chinese researchers funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) created viruses in a Wuhan lab that exhibited over 10,000 times higher viral load in humanized mice than the natural virus they were based on, according to an infectious disease professor citing documents recently released by the agency.

    The U.S. nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance notified the NIAID in two reports that between June 2017 and May 2018 it had created three lab-generated chimeric SARS-related coronaviruses in China that exhibited “significantly higher” viral loads, documents first reported by The Intercept show, but the agency continued to fund the project with taxpayer dollars without flagging it for review by an independent federal committee created in late 2017 to oversee gain-of-function research.

    • That’s it.

      • KSA will buy Russia’s S-400. MASSIVE gift to Uncle Vlad, big blow to us.

      • The USD about to lose status as reserve currency.
      …….Forget the use of sanctions as an alternative to kinetic measures. Fat Boy, Twisted-Ragheads, et al. will thumb their noses.
      …….Our debt burden is about to weigh MUCH more heavily on us than anyone can imagine.

      We’ve fallen into the hands of the ENEMY.

    • the times of israel –Health minister on hot mic: Some COVID restrictions are to incentivize vaccines

      Intelligence Minister Elazar Stern laments that the unvaccinated are taking up beds in coronavirus wards: ‘It’s irritating’

      Several ministers were overheard prior to a cabinet meeting on Sunday saying that some coronavirus-related restrictions are only aimed at incentivizing vaccination, rather than driving down morbidity, while lamenting that the unvaccinated are taking up hospital beds.

      “I also think you can remove the Green Pass for outdoor restaurants,” Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked told Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz, in footage broadcast by Channel 12 news on Sunday evening.

      The “Green Pass” is a document held by those who are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID, and is required to access most indoor public places, as well as crowded outdoor attractions.

      “In pools, too, not just in restaurants. Epidemiologically it’s correct,” Horowitz responded to Shaked, noting that the Green Pass is not particularly needed at outdoor gatherings.

      “The thing is, I’m telling you this, our problem is people who don’t get vaccinated. We need that they… otherwise… we will not get out of this,” the health minister added.

      Horowitz pointed out that the Green Pass currently applies to most public attractions, except malls, and he doesn’t want to make exceptions, “because then they will say — if not pools, then why water parks?

      “Still, we don’t want to do things that don’t have medical justification.”

      But, the health minister added, “we have a problem. The Green Pass is not enforced, especially in the Arab sector… it does not exist, and I see it in hospitals. It’s overloading the hospitals,” Horowitz lamented.

      “You can really see now,” Horowitz said. “Let’s say a person under 60-65 in critical condition arrives at a hospital, without a doubt, he’s unvaccinated. Above 60-65 it is two-thirds unvaccinated and one-third vaccinated, more or less. [COVID] is [now] an event of the unvaccinated,” he explained to Shaked.

      Intelligence Minister Elazar Stern joined the pair’s conversation at that point: “It’s irritating,” he said, “that [the unvaccinated] are taking up beds” in hospital’s coronavirus wards.

      “In intensive care, yes,” replied Horowitz.

      Numbers released by the Health Ministry on Friday showed that among people under 60, those without a third dose of the vaccine were nearly three times as likely to wind up seriously ill, and those without any vaccination were around 10 times as likely. For those over 60, having a booster made you 10 times less likely than a vaccinated person to be in serious condition, and 40 times less likely than an unvaccinated person.

      A senior health official said Friday that the vast majority of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in serious condition were unvaccinated.

      Sharon Alroy-Preis, head of public health at the Health Ministry, said Friday that almost every COVID-19 patient on a ventilator is not vaccinated. Additionally, of the 27 patients connected to extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines, most of whom are under the age of 60, 90 percent were unvaccinated, according to Alroy-Preis.

      Ahead of Sunday’s cabinet meeting, Horowitz and Shaked also discussed the high positivity rate among those who returned last week from Uman after spending Rosh Hashanah in the Ukrainian city — amid reports of widespread faked COVID tests allowing them to board planes returning home.

      “There’s all sorts of local organizations, and they come and they do the test and they sort of just touch the tongue,” said Horowitz, instead of inserting the testing swab deep into the mouth and nose. “And then it comes out negative. Magen David Adom knows how to do the test as necessary.”

      Caught on hot mic, Israeli health minister says ‘green pass’ not based on epidemiology

      Imposing “green pass” rules on certain venues is needed only to pressure members of the public to get vaccinated, and not for medical reasons, Israeli Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz said on Sunday, ahead of the weekly Cabinet meeting.

      Horowitz was caught on a hot mic telling this to Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked, who was also unaware that the conversation was being taped and would be broadcast on Channel 12 News.

      In response to Shaked’s suggestion that the “green pass” could be removed as a requirement for outdoor seating at restaurants, Horowitz said: “For swimming pools, too, not just in restaurants.”

      “Epidemiologically, it’s true,” said Horowitz, adding, “The thing is, I’m telling you, our problem is people who don’t get vaccinated. We need [to influence] them a bit; otherwise, we won’t get out of this [pandemic situation].”

      Currently, he said, “there is a kind of universality to the ‘green pass’ system, other than at malls, where I think it should be imposed, [because] now it’s clear that it applies nowhere.”

      Horowitz went on to explain that the only way for there to be no exceptions—since people wonder why if it’s ok not to have a pass for pools “then why for water parks, outdoor facilities and sports?”—is to have the regulations be uniformly enforced.

      On the one hand, he added, “we don’t want to do things that have no medical justification. But I’m telling you that we have a problem. The ‘green pass’ isn’t even being enforced; certainly not in the Arab sector, where it doesn’t exist at all. And I’m seeing the effect on the hospitals.”

      Horowitz and Shaked were joined by Intelligence Minister Elazar Stern, who—also unaware that the conversation was on tape—expressed disgust with the unvaccinated.

      “It’s annoying that they’re taking up the [hospital] beds,” he said, to which Horowitz replied, “Those in intensive care, yes.”

      Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett subsequently told the Cabinet that tolerance towards those who choose not to get vaccinated has ended, according to Channel 12.

      The post Caught on hot mic, Israeli health minister says ‘green pass’ not based on epidemiology appeared first on

    • Pfizer’s Vice President-CSO: “We established a relationship with the Israeli MoH… a laboratory…”

      Pfizer’s Vice President and Chief Scientist, Dr. Philip Dormitzer:

      “Early in the pandemic, we established a relationship with the Israeli Ministry of Health, where they use exclusively the Pfizer vaccine, and then monitor very closely… A laboratory, where we can see the effect”

  3. city news – Trudeau doesn’t rule out federal intervention on Quebec’s Bill 21

    he’s not closing the door on future federal intervention on Quebec’s secularism bill.

  4. Erin O’Toole questioned on his vaccination policy

    Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole refused to say whether all his candidates were vaccinated when questioned.

    • Political leaders condemn planned hospital protests

      Political leaders are condemning planned anti-vaccine protests at hospitals on Monday

      • Thousands rally in Calgary against mandatory vaccination

        Thousands of people jammed Calgary’s Olympic Plaza on Sunday in support of workers who don’t want forced vaccinations.

        “We’re going to take (Alberta Health Services) to court,” says John Carpay, a lawyer and president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), as he addressed the throng gathered outside City Hall and Olympic Plaza at the Freedom of Choice.

        More than two thousand stood in solidarity with Calgary firefighters, police, EMS, nurses, doctors, AHS and City of Calgary workers, who are opposed to mandated vaccines as a requirement of their employment.

      • CBC – Doctor fears for his safety amid ‘infuriating’ protests targeting hospitals

        Shajan Ahmed, an emergency department physician at a Toronto hospital being targeted by protesters against COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates, says the ‘reprehensible’ protests outside hospitals are -another added blow to a difficult situation.’

    • Planned protests to happen outside Canadian hospitals

      As vaccination policies begin to take into effect across the province, Canadian hospitals prepare for planned protests to happen outside them.

    • Blue Jays new COVID rules come into effect Monday

      Jays fans will now have to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter Rogers Centre.

    • Millions Of Kids Return To Classrooms With Covid Threat Looming

      With the pandemic still raging along with the battle over masks and vaccines

    • global pravda – Canadians growing more worried about 4th COVID-19 wave, poll finds

      Canadians are growing increasingly worried about the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and potential lockdowns to limit its spread….

      Even more Canadians are worried about new variants of the virus threatening a return to normal

    • CNN poll: More than half of Americans support vaccine mandates for workplaces

      Americans have grown more supportive of coronavirus vaccine mandates for workers, students, and in everyday public life, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.

      The shift comes amid renewed worries about the pandemic and a continued partisan divide over the efforts to combat it.

    • UK – Covid vaccines approved for 12 -15 year olds as Prime Minister sets out his winter plan

      Previous advice from the government’s vaccine committee said there wasn’t enough benefit to warrant it on health grounds alone – but it’s thought the virus is going to keep spreading over winter – and this is one way of containing it.

    • UK – Professor Whitty says the jab benefits outweigh the risks of vaccines for children aged 12-15

      The UK’s four chief medical officers (CMOs) led a press conference setting out the reasons behind their decision to recommend one Covid vaccine dose for children aged 12-to 15 .

      …Whitty said the decision to recommend a first dose of vaccine for 12-15 year olds was based on the benefits to children of that age, rather than wider society.

      …rolling out the vaccine to children would not affect the roll out of the booster jab.

      Meanwhile, Vaccine passports could still be brought in this winter, a minister had said, just hours after the health secretary announced a U-turn on their introduction.

    • UK – Covid Vaccine Damage Scheme Bill. Chris Chope highlights some worrying statistics.

      Christopher Chope Christchurch MP asks the Government why they have no statistics directly relating to Covid Vaccinations.

      Talks about the vaccine damage payment scheme and all the “reported” blood clots ,rise in heart inflammation cases, the 1000s of reports of Women’s cycles being messed around with, it’s quite an eye opener.

      He also asked when people have taken a vaccine , is it recorded whether they have died within a 1 month, 2 month or a 3 month period and was told they do not hold such data.

    • CBC – COVID-19 outbreaks mar 1st week of in-person classes across Canada

      Classes were cancelled at some schools in Charlottetown, P.E.I., after six COVID-19 cases were found among students.

      Meanwhile, some parents in Alberta say they’re frustrated over the decision to end contact tracing in schools.

    • global news – “Completely unacceptable”: O’Toole, Singh condemn planned anti-vax demonstrations outside hospitals

      O’Toole reiterated that harassing and blocking people from accessing health care in a pandemic is “completely unacceptable,” but said he has “great faith” in law enforcement and municipal officials dealing with these demonstrations.

      Jagmeet Singh says anyone planning to take part in those events shouldn’t do it as it blocks access to health care and is warning of criminal sanctions in the future if his party forms government.

  5. Afghanistan crisis: UN provides update on funding, humanitarian aid

    …. Guterres was leading the world body’s call for more than $600 million for the rest of this year in a “flash appeal” for Afghans

    ….an ongoing drought, could further endanger lives and plunge Afghanistan toward famine.

    • First foreign commercial flight since Taliban takeover leaves Kabul

      A Pakistan International Airlines jet touches down in Kabul, before making a return flight to Islamabad.

      This is the first international commercial flight to leave Kabul since the Taliban retook power last month

    • Warlord chic: Taliban make themselves at home in Dostum’s mansion

      Taliban fighters have taken over the glitzy Kabul mansion belonging to the warlord and fugitive ex-vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum.

    • reuters – Donors pledge $1.1 billion for ‘collapsing’ Afghanistan

      -United Nations tries to galvanise world to help Afghanistan
      -Food shortages exacerbated after Taliban takeover
      -Exit of Western donors complicates aid situation
      -World Food Programme says 14 million “on brink of starvation”
      U.S. pledges $64 mln, China and Pakistan already sending aid

      Sept 13 (Reuters) – Donors have pledged more than $1.1 billion to help Afghanistan, where poverty and hunger have spiralled since the Islamist Taliban took power, and foreign aid has dried up, raising the spectre of a mass exodus.

      U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, speaking halfway through a U.N. conference seeking $606 million to meet Afghanistan’s most pressing needs, said it was too early to say how much had been promised in response to the appeal.

      After decades of war and suffering, Afghans are facing “perhaps their most perilous hour”, he said.

      “The people of Afghanistan are facing the collapse of an entire country — all at once.”

      He said food could run out by the end of this month, and the World Food Programme said 14 million people were on the brink of starvation.

      The Taliban ruled Afghanistan according to their strict interpretation of Islamic law from 1996-2001 and were toppled in an invasion led by the United States, which accused them of sheltering militants behind the Sept. 11 attacks.

      They swept back to power last month in a lightning advance as the last U.S.-led NATO troops pulled out and the forces of the Western-backed government melted away.

      With billions of dollars of aid flows abruptly ending due to Western antipathy and distrust towards the Taliban, donors had a “moral obligation” to keep helping Afghans after a 20-year engagement, several speakers in Geneva said.

      Turkish Radio & Television – Global community pledges $1B in aid for Afghans

      More than one billion dollars in aid has been pledged for Afghanistan as the United Nations warns the country is facing a “looming catastrophe”.

    • europravda – ‘People of Afghanistan need a lifeline’, says UN chief as donor countries pledge millions

      Antonio Guterres told a donor conference in Geneva the poverty rate is “spiraling”, basic public services are nearing collapse, and a severe drought is jeopardising the upcoming harvest.

    • Deutsche Pravda – Afghanistan faces major humanitarian crisis says UN

      To feed hungry mouths, people are reliant on handouts.

      While others continue to flee, many of the people left behind are facing a desperate situation.

      The UN says more than half a million have been internally displaced this year – forced from their homes as the Taliban swept across the country.

      Some were fleeing another menace: drought.

      In the northwest province of Badghis, the animals are sick and the crops have dried out.

      Across the country, the drought has exacerbated existing food shortages.

      Millions are now at risk of starvation, prompting the UN to issue a stark warning.

  6. “Rose McGowan Makes Allegations Against Gavin Newsom’s Wife, Endorses Elder In California Recall”
    Forbes Breaking News – September 13, 2021

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