Reader’s Links for October 19, 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.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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    • Tucker speaks of the divided America. Well, just how many times can a nation be divided?

      I met myself today
      So we lunched at Greasy’s Spoon
      The line-up caused delay
      So I wasn’t in the mood
      Finally once inside I ordered ham and cheese on rye
      He said he wasn’t hungry and just sat there like a joke
      “What’s your problem?” then I asked, his face was turned away
      He was looking at the waitress pretty in her pretty way
      “I think we should stop meeting. It doesn’t really work,” he said, “Our sense of humour differs and you strike me as a jerk.”

      For the record, running into oneself is, at first, a mind-blowing experience. You are strangers in each other’s strange land. But it grows old fast.

      The waitress brought my sandwich and him a diet Coke
      His nose looked bigger than the can
      He tried to chat her up:
      “It’s busy here,” he said to her, “Don’t I know you from O’Hare’s? You waitressed a few months ago, you served me a donair.”
      “I don’t think so,” she replied, harried and short-fused, “You’re mistaking me for someone else. –I’m sorry, you’re confused.”

      Then everything changed.
      Suddenly he stood
      Shooting one last look to me
      I know I said we’re different but there’s volumes in a glance
      He headed for the kitchen
      I sat and just relaxed
      The cops were fanning in, now, checking each one’s pass
      He swung out through the swinging door
      I thought he had escaped
      But they had the alley covered
      So there was his mistake.

      Strangers are as strangers will
      Divie and divide
      Bones and hearts all atomized
      Nowhere will they hide.

      • “No political system or material power should put hindrances in the way of preaching Islam. It should leave every individual “free” to accept or reject it, and if someone wants to accept it, it should not prevent him or fight him against him.If someone does this it is the DUTY of Islam to fight him until he is killed or until he declares his submission.” Said revered, Islamic scholar Sayyid Qutb

  1. CBC – Pfizer asks Health Canada to approve COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5 to 11

    As soon as Health Canada approves Pfizer’s request, health-care providers will be able to start offering the COVID-19 shot to kids.

    The doses are about one-third the size given to adults and teens age 12 and up, so new child-sized doses might need to be procured.

    • city news – One parent says he will not vaccinate little ones when it’s time

      A survey says over half of Canadian parents will vaccinate kids aged 5-11 as soon as it’s possible.

      But one Oakville dad says he will not.

      Maleeha Sheikh hears his concerns and speaks to a doctor who says it’s important to vaccinate this group ASAP.

    • ctv news – ‘Unofficial triage’ already underway in Sask., warns doctor

      Infectious disease expert Dr. Alexander Wong breaks down the situation in Saskatchewan, where ICUs across the province are at capacity.

    • city news – Are landlords in B.C. allowed to ask tenants for COVID-19 health information?

      After a Vancouver-area renter was asked to fill out a COVID-19 check by their landlord, we’re learning more about just how much information do you have to give about your health.

    • twitter @disclosetv

      NEW – The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will not enforce 29 CFR 1904’s recording requirements to require employers to record worker side effects from COVID19 vaccination.

      It’s unclear if the recording requirements are subject to change once OSHA will implement the emergency regulation on COVID19 vaccines as proposed by the Biden administration.

      PIC :

    • ctv – Why so many ICU patients are fully vaccinated

      Experts say the growing percentage of ICU patients who are fully vaccinated is because more and more of the general population is fully vaccinated.

    • CBS – Unvaccinated People Could Create Dangerous Fifth Wave Of COVID-19 Cases

      Millions of unvaccinated Americans could lead to another wave of a surge in cases.

    • ‘I Can’t Believe You Didn’t Look At That Guidance’: Blackburn Rips Biden Nominee On Vaccine Mandate

      At today’s Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) grilled John Coffey, nominee to be General Counsel of the Department of the Navy, on military discharges over vaccine mandates.

    • zero hedge- Dozens Of Top Nuclear Scientists With “Highest Security Clearances” Being Fired From Los Alamos Lab After Vax Mandate

      […]Importantly, it appears the bulk of those who face termination are not low-level staffers or new hires, but in many cases scientists and nuclear engineers who have worked at one of America’s most sensitive and advanced defense facilities for decades.

      […]The Associated Press had detailed that “The plaintiffs include scientists, nuclear engineers, project managers, research technicians and others who have some of the highest security clearances in the nation for the work they do.”

      Further the report underscored they would be “difficult to replace” in the short term.


      Hospital allows employees with natural immunity to defer COVID vaccine

      • What, they won’t be allowed in the people’s house? Not Trudeau’s house, not Ford’s house, the people ‘s house.

        Yucki is horsepucky acceptable?

        • Yes, E T.
          We’re ladies and that still means something to me – and probably you. I think I know you well enough by now to tease you for being enough like me!

          I appreciate gentlemen who hold the door open for me. I’m not offended when a guy uses a pungent epithet in front of me, but I’m charmed when he turns to me and says, “Excuse me, ma’am.”

          Flowers and candy and aren’t you looking pretty today!

          I enjoy being a girl.

          Let the 4th or 10th wave of feminism drown all harpies.

  2. “Lori Lightfoot Accuses Police Union of Attempting to “Induce an Insurrection” by Not Gettting Experimental Vaccine (VIDEO)”
    by Jim Hoft – October 19, 2021

    “Chicago Threatens to Withhold Retirement Benefits From Cops Who Retire Rather than Submit to Mayor Lightfoot’s COVID Vaccine Mandate”
    by Kristinn Taylor – October 18, 2021

  3. INDIA – Mohammed’s birthay celebration

    wikipedia – Hazratbal Shrine – Srinagar India

    The shrine contains strands of what is believed by many Muslims to be the hair of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

    […]1963 relic disappearance episode

    The Moi-e-Muqqadas, a relic widely believed by Muslims to be the hair of Muhammad, was reported to have gone missing from the shrine on 27 December 1963. Following its disappearance, mass demonstrations were held all over the state, with hundreds of thousands of protesters out in the streets

    […]The incident led to communal tensions and riots in the Indian state of West Bengal and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), due to which India saw a refugee influx of around 200,000 people between December 1963 and February 1964.

    The relic was recovered by Indian authorities on 4 January 1964

    MILAD un Nabi

    Muslim faithful pray before Prophet Muhammad’s beard hair

  4. Mutant p53 Gain-of-Function: Role in Cancer Development, Progression, and Therapeutic Approaches

    Frequent p53 mutations (mutp53) not only abolish tumor suppressor capacities but confer various gain-of-function (GOF) activities that impacts molecules and pathways now regarded as central for tumor development and progression. Although the complete impact of GOF is still far from being fully understood, the effects on proliferation, migration, metabolic reprogramming, and immune evasion, among others, certainly constitute major driving forces for human tumors harboring them. In this review we discuss major molecular mechanisms driven by mutp53 GOF

    The product of the TP53 gene was first observed in the 1970’s by several groups when studying cellular transformation of rodent cells induced by a simian virus called SV40. Transformation was observed when … rodents were injected with SV40, leading to tumor development and a strong host immune response against a viral protein called T antigen (TAg)…

    Furthermore, key functions of p53 include regulation of immune system interactions

    In other word in the 1970’s mutations in P53 were induced by injecting rodents with Simian virus ,resulting in proliferation of tumours and disabling/ derangement of the immune system.

    The coronavirus protein has artificially inserted of segments of Simian virus and also artificially inserted of segments of HIV (according to both professor Doctor Luc Montagnier and Dr Richard Fleming).In other word the segments of Both Simian virus and the segments of HIV virus were inserted in the lab.

    Join the dots and it becomes clear why pathologists are sounding the alarm over the rapid proliferation of tumours in doubly vaccinated patients.

  5. Twenty five year old Jennifer Gates, marries 30 year old Niall Nasser, Egyptian American in an Muslim ceremony on Friday and then an “I do” wedding costing 2 million on Saturday. Ain’t love Grand.

  6. global news – Queen Elizabeth holds reception for business leaders at Windsor Castle

    Queen Elizabeth II hosted a reception at Windsor Castle on Tuesday for international business and investment leaders to mark the Global Investment Summit.

    […]Earlier in the day, Johnson announced nearly 10 billion pounds of private investment in green projects

    […]The Global Investment Summit in London (—)seeks cash and partners to get ahead in the international race for green technology.

  7. Bari Weiss: NYT Passed on Column About 2019 Antisemitic Killings Because Attackers ‘Weren’t White Supremacists Carrying Tiki Torches’

    In an interview Sunday, journalist and former New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss charged the paper with having once turned down a column about a series of antisemitic attacks because the perpetrators “weren’t white supremacists.”

    Weiss, who resigned from the Times in July 2020, told conservative commentator Ben Shapiro that she had drafted a column in the wake of two deadly attacks on Jews in late 2019, including a mass shooting at a Jersey City, NJ kosher grocery store and a stabbing at the home of a Monsey, NY rabbi during Hanukkah.

    “I wrote a piece at the time … called ‘America’s Bloody Hanukkah,’ or ‘America’s Bloody Pogrom,’” she told Shapiro. “I thought it was really good column, it was really my subject. I’d written a book called “How to Fight Antisemitism;” I was Bat Mitzvah’d at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, Tree of Life, where the most lethal attack against American Jews in all of American history was carried out. I have some skin in the game, and I know a lot about this subject.”

    “And I was basically called into my editor’s office and was told, ‘we can’t really run this.’ And the reason, at the end of the day why we couldn’t really run it, is that the people that were carrying out the attacks weren’t white supremacists carrying tiki torches,” Weiss continued, referring to the notorious 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville…

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