Reader’s Links for October 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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69 Replies to “Reader’s Links for October 7, 2021”

  1. Overcoming the Barriers to Access Ivermectin Prescriptions
    FLCCC – pdf

    Dr. Pierre Kory presents the evidence base supporting the efficacy of Ivermectin in prevention and treatment of COVID-19 to an audience of medical and other leaders in Sri Lanka
    October 5, 2021

    • I was talked into getting the swine flu shot, within a half hour I started shaking, I have never been sick but I was terribly sick for two weeks. My neighbour, a nurse, was told she had to get the shot, she became violently ill over night and was hospitalized, she died of Gillian Barre Syndrome. The cure was fatal, the swine flu never happened.

  2. “The communist connections behind what’s happening at the U.S. border | Counter Punch” Counterpunch With Trevor Loudon – October 6, 2021

  3. Will,

    Michelle has always been a strong voice here. She takes no prisoners. Please wish her well for me.

    Also MIA, maybe, is Chris Smith unless I’ve missed his comments. You out there Chris?

  4. Our current energy crisis is man made. There would be no shortages but for central planning incompetence or deliberate supply-chain mismanagement.,vid:V8I2cF51Npc,st:0

  5. ‘Where Would A Person Even Come Up With These Ideas?’ Toomey Points To Soviet Upbringing Of Nominee

    Please watch: this nominee wants to nationalize (in effect) banks and have an unelected government board decide who gets credit based on their social behaviour, she wants to set wages, prices of fuel, food and other things….truly horrific

    • Indeed, important.

      1. No coincidences. Her nomination comes at a strategic moment, one which her nominators (who should be named for they are even more salient) have chosen because they believe they can succeed at this time.

      2. Simultaneously behind and ahead of the curve. The bypassing, hence elimination, of commercial banks is a balloon that has been flown with the theoretical proposition that a new, national cryptocurrency replacing the dollar renders banks superfluous. Complete central control of every citizen’s personal banking can be run through the Federal Reserve or some other central bank entity. Maybe better to say it is complementary to the existing curve.

      3. Let the prospect of personal banking done through a central authority married to a social credit scoring schema sink in.

  6. An obituary that said a Washington state woman died after she was forced to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in August apparently has been confirmed, as state health officials finally acknowledged on Tuesday that the shot killed a woman in the Seattle area.

    The Washington State Department of Health admitted in a news release that a young woman from King County had received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in August and died in September after suffering from complications.

    “This is the first such death in Washington State. We send our deepest condolences to her family and loved ones,” Umair Shah, the state’s secretary of health, said in a statement. “Losing a loved one at any time is a tragic and difficult … pain that’s become all too familiar in the last year and a half of this pandemic.”

    The news release said the woman, whom it did not name, died from a blood clot. The state health agency assured those reading that the vaccine is safe, with its benefits outweighing its risks.

    An obituary posted in The Oregonian last week said 37-year-old mother Jessica Berg Wilson, who was originally from Portland, Oregon, died Sept. 7 after receiving the COVID vaccine.

    Note: the interesting thing is not that it happened, but that the authorities admitted it.

  7. The Sussmann indictment and the Alfa Bank saga: A focused timeline
    44-56 minutes

    The most tangled web.

    At Just the News, John Solomon reported a few days ago that according to the Justice Department’s IG, the FBI is still ignoring its own procedures in handling FISA surveillance applications.

    Some of Solomon’s opening points:

    “The FBI’s Woods Procedures are designed to ensure FISA applications are ‘scrupulously accurate’ and require agents to document support for all factual assertions contained in them,” Horowitz reported. “However, our audit found numerous instances where this did not occur.”

    Horowitz first flagged 29 applications in March 2020 that had problems including 209 errors.

    Twenty-nine applications in one month is not a small or inconsequential number of applications. Keep in mind, this was still in Donald Trump’s presidency. What readers think they may have done to clean out the Augean stable of D.C. bureaucracy, even Trump was not able to achieve, more than three years into his term. It’s always useful to remember how much of the D.C. “establishment” was pulling against him the entire time he was in office. FBI officials who ignored or gun-decked the Woods Procedures, as a slew of them did in 2016 under Obama, were likely to be prominent among them.

    • Maybe he has caught up and caught on and I haven’t seen it, but Brad made a huge miss on the weaponization of C19 and mRNA against all peoples.

      • His primary focus is geostrategy, where his operational expertise is especially useful.

        C-19 is one vector of attack, a noisy one that’s distracting us – as intended. Brad’s wide-angle view is grounding.

  8. Communist China’s Aggression in the South China Sea
    Judith Bergman
    10-13 minutes

    In March, a huge Chinese fishing fleet descended on Whitsun Reef, which lies within the exclusive economic zone of the Philippines. The Philippine government called on China to cease “militarizing the area”. Almost eight months later, however, more than 150 Chinese vessels reportedly remain in Philippine waters. Pictured: Whitsun Reef, as seen from space. (Image Source: United States Geological Survey/NASA/Wikimedia Commons)

    Tensions continue to rise in the South China Sea, as China, or, rightly, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), ramps up its military activities in the region. Within only the first four days of October, China conducted a record-breaking 150 incursions into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) — after China’s People Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) had already, in September, set another monthly record with 117 incursions, some with nuclear-capable bombers, fighter jets and reconnaissance planes. The incursions were reportedly the highest monthly number on record since Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense began reporting Chinese aerial incursions 13 months ago. In addition, in August, the first-ever incursion of Chinese military helicopters into Taiwan’s ADIZ took place, with experts suggesting that the PLA was probing Taiwanese defense capabilities by using different aircraft.

    Whitmer Vetoes MI Election Integrity Bills: They ‘Perpetuate the Big Lie’
    Ashley Oliver
    4-5 minutes

    Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) used her veto powers to quash four bipartisan election integrity bills over the weekend, claiming the bills “suppress the vote” or “perpetuate the ‘Big Lie.’”

    Whitmer vetoed House Bills 4837, 4838, 4492, and 4528, ceremoniously announcing her decision during the annual Detroit NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner.

    Whitmer claimed during the dinner that a “coordinated attack on voting rights” exists that “is designed to systematically disenfranchise black voters, communities of colors, older voters, college kids,” per local outlet Fox 2’s video of the event.

    The four bills passed the state’s Republican-controlled House and Senate with substantial support from House Democrats and support from one Senate Democrat. The two bills with the most Democrat support received yes votes from roughly half of the 52-member House Democrat caucus.

    Whitmer stated in her veto letter, “Enrolled House Bills 4837, 4838, and 4492 attempt to suppress the vote or perpetuate the ‘Big Lie’: the calculated disinformation campaign to discredit the 2020 election. I will have no part in any effort that grants an ounce of credence to this deception, so injurious to our democracy.”

  10. FBI Raids Headquarters Of NYPD Sergeants’ Union – The Police Tribune
    Sandy Malone
    5-6 minutes

    New York, NY – Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents raided the Manhattan headquarters of the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) on Tuesday morning.

    An FBI spokeswoman confirmed to the New York Daily News that agents were “carrying out a law enforcement action in connection with an ongoing investigation” into the SBA.

    However, she refused to provide any additional details about what investigators were looking for at the union offices on Worth Street, or who was the target of the investigation.

  11. Festnahmen bei Razzia gegen Terrorismus und Geldwäsche: Viele Beschuldigte kamen als Flüchtlinge

    Mit einer Großrazzia von mehr als 1400 Beamte, ist die Polizei in drei Bundesländern gegen ein international agierendes Netzwerk vorgegangen, das 140 Millionen Euro ins Ausland verschoben haben soll. Die Ermittler stufen das sogenannte Hawala-Banking-Netzwerk als kriminelle Vereinigung ein und ermitteln gegen 67 Verdächtige. Elf von ihnen wurden am Mittwoch verhaftet.

    • SOUTH AFRICA -Anti-vaccine protester: Don’t be scared, God is with us

      The group dispersed after a dispersal warning was issued by police.

      A number of those protesting have been active in spreading fake news and conspiracy theories on social media.

    • CBC – COVID-19 booster shots not needed for most people YET, says specialist

      Canadians who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 might see longer immunity if their shots were spaced further apart than recommended by the vaccine makers, says Dr. Matthew Oughton, an infectious diseases specialist in Montreal who said most people don’t need booster shots at this time.

    • CBC – How COVID-19 misinformation spread worldwide from a B.C. small-town meeting

      The city of Dawson Creek, B.C., has removed a previously published portion of a recent city council meeting video after it began circulating in COVID-19 misinformation groups worldwide.

      One expert warns the incident illustrates why everyone needs to think more deeply about who they give a platform to.

    • United Narions – Global COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy – Press Conference | World Health Organization

      Speaking at the launch of the World Health Organization’ (WHO) Strategy to Achieve Global Covid-19 Vaccination by mid-2022, Secretary-General António Guterres today (7 Oct) said, “not to have equitable distribution of vaccines is not only a question of being immoral, it is also a question of being stupid.”

      The Head of the WHO, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said, “we stand on the precipice of failure, if we don’t make the benefits of science available to all people in all countries, right now.”

      The Strategy to help bring an end to “a horrifying inequity” aims to achieve the target of vaccinating 40 percent of the population of every country by the end of 2021, and 70 percent by the middle 2022.

      Achieving these targets, Tedros noted, “will require at least 11 billion vaccine doses. He said, “this is not a supply problem; it’s an allocation problem.”

      WHO had set a target to vaccinate 10 percent of every country, economy, and territory by the end of September but by that date 56 countries had not been able to do so, the vast majority of these are countries in Africa and the Middle East.

      The WHO Director General said, “we call on countries with high vaccine coverage to swap delivery schedules with COVAX and AVAT, and to fulfil their dose-sharing pledges immediately. We call on vaccine-producing countries to allow free cross-border flow of finished vaccines and raw materials, and to enable sharing of know-how, technology, and licenses. We call on vaccine manufacturers to prioritize and fulfil contracts with COVAX and AVAT as a matter of urgency, to be more transparent on what is going where, and to share know-how and non-exclusive licenses to enable all regions to increase manufacturing capacity.”

      Guterres, speaking via video teleconference from New York said, “with vaccine production now at nearly 1.5 billion doses per month, we can reach 40 percent of people in all countries by year’s end – if we can mobilize some $8 billion to ensure that distribution is equitable. Because crucially, the success of this plan requires equitable distribution. Without a coordinated, equitable approach, a reduction of cases in any one country will not be sustained over time. For everyone’s sake, we must urgently bring all countries to a high level of vaccination coverage. G20 countries have frequently spoken of their desire to get the world vaccinated. Their meeting later this month will be an opportunity to deliver.”

      For hr part, Dr Kate O’Brien, WHO’s Director at the Department of Immunizations, Vaccines and Biologicals said, “when we look at what it will take, first of all for those 56 countries to get to 10 percent, that’s 200 million doses just to get the lagging countries that have not had adequate access to that supply. That’s a week’s worth of the global supply of the WHO EUL vaccines. If that can’t be achieved, I think that there really needs to be a fine point put on that. The next is, looking at getting to the 40 percent and there are already a substantial number of countries that are well over the 40 percent target. This is not about whether the world is making enough vaccine that is adequate to achieve that 40 percent target, it is about whether doses are going to the places that most need those doses in order to achieve the target. So, this is really a problem of distribution of the doses.”

      The Strategy outlines the priority actions needed from the different actors to achieve the targets.

  12. Greece: Refugees seek to cross Europe at Greek Idomeni border crossing

    Hundreds of asylum seekers have been spotted in recent weeks near the Greek border village of Idomeni, the famous pass-through of 2015-2016 to North Macedonia and the Balkan Route for refugees.

    Refugees and migrants arrive mostly by cargo train, as they reportedly jump on the carriages when the trains slow down in junctions, trying to cross the Greek-Macedonian border. Groups were seen coming and going on Wednesday as many claim to have experienced police violence along the route.

    “Taliban has attacked to Afghanistan and the Afghan people have problem and the Turkey police and the Greece police are so bad behave to our country people, and I want to request in all of the countries, they will save Afghan people and let me go to Europe,” said one asylum seeker from Afghanistan.

    Most of those crossing through Idomeni are from Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan.?

    SOT, Migrant from Afghanistan: “I come from Afghanistan, and I want to go to Europe, and I don’t decide [on] the country name because I want to the safe country for me, because the Afghanistan situation is so bad situation, Taliban has attacked to Afghanistan, and the Afghan people have problem, and the Turkey police and the Greece police are so bad behave to our country people, and I want to request in all of the countries, they will save Afghan people and let me go to Europe.”

    SOT, Migrant from Afghanistan: “All of them, the Afghan won’t come to Europe and all of police so bad behave … because we are so problem in Afghanistan we want to go to Europe.”

    SOT, Migrant from Afghanistan: “The police has hit me [at] the Greece border.”

  13. White House: Yes, we may still fire some feds even if they have valid exemptions
    Jazz Shaw
    4-6 minutes

    The goalposts continue to move when it comes to Joe Biden’s executive order declaring that all federal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19. And while the rule has never actually applied to all federal workers, the initial orders have continued to morph on a weekly basis. The latest example shows up in the “guidance” from the White House Safer Federal Workforce Task Force. The rule originally indicated that some religious and medical exemptions would be available for qualifying workers. But the workers are now being informed that agencies may require “additional measures” beyond the usual protocols that exempted, unvaccinated workers will need to submit to. And one of those additional measures can involve firing them anyway. (Government Executive)

  14. No religious exemptions for Quebec health-care workers’ mandatory vaccination

    MONTREAL — There will be no exemptions for religious reasons for health-care workers in Quebec mandated to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 15.

    Health Minister Christian Dube made the statement in a news conference Thursday that Quebec would not be following the federal government’s exemption on religious reasons for public servants.

    “It’s a question of health not a question of religion,” he said. “I don’t understand the federal position. That’s their choice. For us, there won’t be an exception.”

    In total, the health ministry said 27,051 workers are not adequately vaccinated against COVID-19, and 15,607 have not received one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

    Dube said about half of those who have received one dose are in direct contact with patients..

    Dube also said over 1,000 nurses have been hired with almost 2,000 potential candidates still being interviewed.

    “Reinforcements are coming,” Dube said in a news conference Thursday. He saying there were 1,007 hired, and 1,900 in negotiations.

    “I’m taking this as very good news,” he said. “You can see in the eyes of the nurses that now they have help.”

    The goal is to hire 4,000 nurse to fill the shortage.

    Quebec is offering bonuses of $12,000 to $18,000, for a total of up to $1 billion, to bring at least 4,000 nurses back into the public health network in the coming months.

  15. twitter @RanIsraeli

    ISRAEL – After coercing 1/2/3 doses without providing any precautionary guidelines,
    the MoH Committee might now recommend young men (<30) not to exercise a week after the injections.

    Follow the new motto:
    First – harm.
    After the damage was done – regret.
    Sweden suspends Moderna vaccine for those under 30

  16. twitter @disclosetv

    JUST IN – Google and YouTube prohibit “climate deniers” from being able to monetize their content on their platforms from now on.

    It’s always the same process for unwanted content: First ad demonetization, then account suspensions.

    Expect an announcement from Facebook on the same topic soon. Questioning the “climate crisis” will be prohibited on US social media platforms, probably sooner than later.

  17. RT – Ex-Trump speechwriter warns Xi that US will shed blood to ‘ensure Rainbow Flag of Diversity’ flies over Taiwan

    Darren Beattie, a former White House speechwriter for 45th President Donald Trump, warned China on Thursday that the US would be prepared to shed blood to ensure that the “Rainbow Flag of Diversity” flies over Taiwan.

    Beattie – a prominent critic of US foreign policy since his departure from the White House – posted the warning to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Twitter.

    “Make no mistake Xi, Americans are prepared to spend whatever blood and treasure it takes to ensure that the Rainbow Flag of Diversity, and not the Chinese flag, will fly over Taiwan,” Beattie declared, adding that the “Globalist American Empire” would do so under the guise of “freedom.”

    In a separate tweet, Beattie mocked self-proclaimed American patriots “who happen to sit on the board of a company that does a lot of defense contracts,” but portray their anti-Chinese rhetoric as a selfless act of patriotism.

    Beattie worked as a speechwriter for the White House between 2017 and 2018. In 2020, he was nominated by Trump to serve as a board member of the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.

    Meanwhile, it was revealed by The Wall Street Journal on Thursday that US troops had been deployed in Taiwan for at least a year, where they had been training Taiwanese military forces – seemingly in preparation for a conflict with mainland China.


  18. Herzog at Babi Yar: Let us make no mistake, Holocaust denial still alive and kicking

    Speaking alongside Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and other leaders, President Isaac Herzog inaugurates the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center in Kyiv, Ukraine.
    Israeli President Herzog in Ukraine Marking 80th Anniversary of the Babi Yar Massacre

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