Reader’s Links for November 29, 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.

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    A lil weird how they do a ‘quick facts’ to repeat info on the same page

    The Government of Canada is providing a total of approximately $100 million in funding to municipalities and health regions to establish safe voluntary isolation sites across the country. This funding is part of Canada’s rapid response to the spread of COVID-19.”

  2. Cliff High mentioned and showed a screen shot of this article on his Bitchute Channel.

    Yesterday he briefly talked about Chaga and left product links.
    I was not crazy about the links that he posted.

    Focusing only on Chaga, on his twitter post Clif tells us how he prepares his Chaga drink.

    More to follow…

    video – 27 mins 46 secs
    VAERS database provided the batches in time sequence, and has records of all the adverse reactions associated with each batch.
    So it was a simple task to create a graph showing how toxicity of the batches varied with time over the entire year of 2021.
    From the graph we can see when toxic batches were deployed, and how toxic they were.
    We can also see WHO deployed them, and how the pharma companies acted in relay, so as to not intrude on each other’s time slot.
    Finally, we can discern the purpose and reason for these toxic deployments – dosage testing etc Craig Paardekooper
    [Who is Craig Paardekooper:
    To print/read – 2 pages
    If the separate companies were deploying high toxicity batches systematically, then the patterns of deployment could be confused and clouded by mixing data for all of the companies. – So, instead of combining all of the VAERS data for Moderna, and for Pfizer, I decided to separate them out. – Here is the complete output for Pfizer only – showing adverse reactions for each sequential batch. Craig Paardekooper

    The extract from the Bill due to be rushed through the Dáil was emailed to me in the last hour [Noon Monday] by a very concerned TD. PLEASE SHARE
    ‘”The government is attempting to rush through legislation without scrutiny before December 15 that will give “powers for certain medical officers of health to order, in certain circumstances, the detention of persons who are SUSPECTED to be potential sources of infection with COVID-19 and to provide for enforcement measures in this regard; and to confer on the Minister for Health the power to designate areas as areas of infection of COVID-19 and to provide for related matters.”
    In simple English this will give powers for people suspected of having the virus to be arrested and detained at a centre. What is there to stop a regulation being brought in mandating that people will not be allowed to leave until they are vaccinated?’
    This is unverified. Personal message. No link.

    video – 1:41:05 hrs
    3:25>54:20: TY BOLLINGER, Creators of The Truth about Cancer docuseries: Colossal Coverup & Censorship of Countless COVID Coincidences & Conspiracies
    56:20>1:40:00: JERRY DAY, film producer and commentator, EMF expert, and Coordinator of Red Pill University Campuses: Psyop, The Ultimate Weapon in a Silent War

    video – 2:16:55 hrs
    1:23>27:24: JOHN TITUS is a federal litigator and an analyst of money and banking trends: ‘‘Going Direct’: A Huge Change in Banking is About to Happen – and you Won’t Like it.*
    28>12>1:16:00: CHRISTIE HUTCHERSON is the Joan of Arc in the fight against illegal immigration at the US/Mexico Border: Murder & Sex Trafficking – The Illusion of Humanitarian Immigration

    video – 2 mins 44 secs
    Explained here in a couple minutes, easy peasy

    video – 15 mins
    What more can I say – Donal our filmmaker has lived in South Africa for 10 years, and he’s there right through this! He gives us the low down here.

    video – 1 min 20 secs
    It‘s nothing new, nothing strange and nothing dangerous! Everybody who tells about emergency is simply lying! There is no need either for a new booster nor for vaccines.

    • Israel: Protesters march against COVID-19 restrix in Tel Aviv

      Hundreds of anti-restriction protesters gathered in Tel Aviv on Saturday, to denounce measures put in place to curb the spread of coronavirus.

      Many alleged that democracy is being degraded by stringent rules, although Israel has managed to keep COVID cases low amid lockdowns and an early adoption of measures.

      According to data compiled by Johns Hopkins, 62 percent of the Israeli population has been vaccinated. There have been 8,000 COVID-related deaths since the start of the pandemic.

      From midnight on Sunday (local time; 22:00 GMT), all non-Israelis will be banned from entering the country, with vaccinated citizens required to quarantine for three days and non-vaccinated for seven.

      Israel’s Shin Bet security agency has now been authorised to monitor COVID patients, with phone-tracking technology also permitted for use.

    • global news – Researchers investigate link between COVID-19 and diabetes

      As new variants of concern emerge, there is growing evidence supporting another troubling COVID-19 trend.

      Two studies involving the National Institute of Health in the U.S. suggest the virus can limit how much insulin is created by the human body, potentially leading to diabetes.

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    • DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – Omicron: How best to stop the spread of the new COVID variant

      Countries around the world are closing their borders in an effort to stop the spread of the omicron coronavirus variant.

      That’s despite World Health Organization advice to keep borders open and focus on testing and tracing.

      Japan is the latest country to bring in new restrictions – banning all foreign arrivals starting Tuesday.

      Morocco has stopped all inbound flights, and Israel has closed its borders for two weeks.

      Other countries, including the US, Brazil, Australia, Indonesia and the European Union have barred entry from southern African countries – or imposed strict quarantine measures and partial lockdowns.

      The Netherlands has recorded cases of the Omicron variant.

      All while the world is still battling the Delta variant.

      For example in Germany: With some hospitals at capacity, the German army is transferring COVID-19 patients around the country – to any hospital with a free bed.

      Now Germany also has confirmed cases of Omicron.

      To slow the variant, the world is going back to familiar measures like curfews, travel restrictions – testing and tracing.

      But one important tool has not been fully utilized: Vaccination.

      On the other side of the equator, a similar message: South Africa is calling on its people to get vaccinated.

      Omicron was first detected in the southern countries of Africa.

      Little to nothing is known about the new variant, how infectious or dangerous it is.

      But since its discovery, flights from that part of the world have been cancelled or delayed.

      Travel bans have been imposed on several southern African countries. And tourists are struggling to get home.

      Those bans are unjustified, say South African leaders.

      Manufacturers say they have plans in place to adapt their vaccines, if necessary, but first they need to learn more about the Omicron variant.

    • WHO warns over ‘severe’ Omicron variant – ‘vaccine rollout must be accelerated’

      THE WORLD Health Organisation has urged all it’s members to ‘accelerate’ vaccine rollouts across the world to combat the new Omicron variant of Coronavirus.

      Director-General of the World Health. Organisation (WHO) Tedros Adhanom said the new COVID-19 variant could have ‘severe consequences’ in different parts of the world, including Africa, where vaccine uptake is low.

    • Nicola Sturgeon: ‘This winter might be toughest yet’ as Omicron variant detected in Scotland

      Ms Sturgeon warned that the current winter might be the toughest yet.

    • bloomberg- What We Know About the Omicron Coronavirus Variant Now Spreading

      The doctor who alerted government scientists to the possibility of a new variant said people infected with omicron are showing milder symptoms than those suffering the delta strain.

      South African researchers said omicron appears to be more transmissible than its predecessors but that existing vaccines are still likely to offer good protection against severe illness and death.

      Governments across the globe stepped up restrictions on travel, as the World Health Organization warned that the new variant of the virus could fuel a fresh surge in infections with severe consequences.

      Cases of omicron have cropped up in locations from Australia to the U.K. and Canada, leading economists to reassess their outlooks for the global recovery.

    • FRANCE PR4VD4 – WHO flags global risk from Omicron, countries tighten curbs

      The Omicron variant of coronavirus carries a very high global risk of surges, the WHO warned on Monday, as more countries reported cases, prompting border closures and reviving worries about the economic recovery from a two-year pandemic.

    • Moderna’s chief medical officer talks omicron variant

      Dr. Paul Burton discusses the transmissibility of the omicron variant, the symptoms and whether it’s more likely to cause serious illness, and how vaccines might respond to the COVID variant.

    • QUEBEC – La Presse – L’Université Laval se « dissocie entièrement » des propos d’un professeur

      […]l’Université « se dissocie entièrement des propos tenus par le professeur Nicolas Derome dans les médias sociaux ».

      Elle fait ainsi référence à une vidéo diffusée par un groupe opposé aux mesures sanitaires en place, jeudi dernier, avec en vedette le professeur au Département de biologie de l’Université Laval, Nicolas Derome. « Jusqu’à présent, les enfants n’ont pas été inclus dans des essais cliniques probants », lance à un moment l’enseignant dans la vidéo en question, qui aborde surtout la campagne de vaccination chez les 5-11 ans qui vient d’être lancée au Québec et au Canada. Pfizer a toutefois mené un essai sur quelque 3100 enfants, desquels aucun n’aurait eu d’effet secondaire grave.

      Au passage, l’enseignant soutient également que « ces vaccins ne sont pas efficaces pour réduire la transmission et la contamination chez les adolescents et les adultes », qualifiant les vaccins « d’expérimentaux » à plusieurs reprises.


    • Portugal finds 13 cases of Omicron variant at Lisbon soccer club

      nearly all Belenenses players had been vaccinated

      LISBON, Nov 29 (Reuters) – Portugal detected 13 cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant on Monday, all involving players and staff of top division soccer club Belenenses SAD, one of whose players recently returned from South Africa, health authority DGS said.

      The diagnoses were made after the Lisbon club played a Primeira Liga match against Benfica on Saturday that started with only nine Belenenses players on the pitch because of a COVID-19 outbreak.

      Only seven players returned to the field after halftime, and the match was abandoned two minutes into the second half with Benfica leading 7-0. read more

      Belenenses defender Cafu Phete tested positive for COVID-19 after returning from international duty in South Africa on Nov. 17, and he and 12 others at the club were confirmed on Monday to be infected with the Omicron variant, which was first detected last week in southern Africa.

      By Monday, more than a dozen countries had reported cases of the variant, which the World Health Organization said carried a very high global risk of surges. read more

      DGS chief Graça Freitas told broadcaster SIC that nearly all Belenenses players had been vaccinated against COVID-19, adding that all their high- and low-risk contacts would get tested.

      A club spokesman said most of those infected were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms, and that 44 players and staff were self-isolating and waiting to repeat tests.

      The Benfica and Belenenses presidents said that, had they not played the match, they risked being penalised for an “unjustified absence”. They blamed the league and DGS for not postponing the game.

      Belenenses on Monday asked the league to annul Saturday’s game and arrange a rematch.

      The league, which earlier said it did not receive a formal request to postpone the match, was on Monday investigating if the match had complied with health rules. read more DGS said it was not up to the health authority to postpone the game.

      Portugal, which has one of the world’s highest COVID-19 vaccination rates, last week announced the return of curbs to slow the epidemic’s spread. read more

      Belenenses played against third-division club Caldas on Nov. 21. A Caldas spokesman said they would test their players.

      A Benfica spokesman said none of their players were in isolation as the Belenenses players they faced on Saturday were not considered high-risk contacts. Benfica’s next match is scheduled for Friday.

    • UK – Omicron COVID-19: JVT on boosters for all adults and jabs for under-15s

      DEPUTY Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam reveals plans to provide ALL UK adults with booster jabs and provide second vaccine doses to young people aged 12-15 years.

      The measures, provided in the latest JCVI update today, outlined the government’s plan to tackle the growing concern over the new Omicron variantin the United Kingdom.

    • WHO: Omicron should be ‘dress rehearsal’ for urgent vaccine equity

      Margaret Harris, spokesperson for the World Health Organization, discusses the rising concern over the new omicron variant and the need for countries to increase their scientific surveillance across populations.

    • NBC News Moderna Prepared To Reformulate Vaccine For Omicron, If Needed

      Moderna’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Paul Burton tells Hallie Jackson the company is prepared to update its Covid-19 vaccine to protect against the omicron variant, if needed.

      Burton maintains that while information on the new variant is limited, Moderna’s vaccine is still highly effective.

    • COVID-19 booster shots will be needed every year

      Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director for the CDC says everyone 18 and older can get a COVID-19 booster shot.

      They can do this as long as it has been six months since their last shot.

      Dr. Arnold Monto is an Epidemiologist at the University of Michigan, he says he recommends the booster shot and says it will add more protection to someone who has received the vaccine already.

      “The booster shots are to make what is a good vaccine even better. Because we know that there is waning reduction in immunity over time,” said Dr. Monto.

      The doctor says with COVID-19 cases surging in the state of Michigan he believes it is the people who are unvaccinated causing this surge.

      Doctor says COVID-19 booster shots will likely be needed once a year

    • FDA advisory committee member: All adults should get boosters amid news of omicron variant

      Dr. Ofer Levy, a member of the FDA vaccine advisory committee, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to talk about how all adults should get boosters, especially with the potential threat of the omicron variant.

    • city news More cases of Omicron variant expected in Ontario

      Two Omicron cases have been discovered in Ottawa, four more are under investigation but there are way more questions than answers so far about this new variant

    • global news – Omicron: What we know about the heavily-mutated COVID-19 variant so far

      Infectious diseases expert Dr. Isaac Bogoch answers the top questions about the heavily-mutated COVID-19 variant called Omicron and its potential threat to the pandemic.

      Is it more transmissible than the Delta variant?

      To what extent are the symptoms different or similar to other variants of concern?

      Does it erode the immunity of COVID-19 vaccines?

      How does this relate to the issue of global vaccine inequity?

      As Bogoch explains, this new variant won’t set us back to square one.

      “People are treating this like it’s a brand new pandemic. It’s not. Let’s just approach this with a healthy respect by being humble and with an empiric approach. We’ll get through this.”

    • ctv news – Do you need a COVID-19 booster shot? Expert on their role against Delta, Omicron variants

      Omar Khan, assistant professor at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, explains how boosters work and how they help fight against the newer COVID-19 variants.

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    • ctv news – What caused the Omicron variant? Some blame inequality in COVID-19 vaccine access

      Infectious diseases doctor Dale Kalina says first and second doses in sub-Saharan Africa would benefit Canada more than third doses here.

    • Pfizer could have a new vaccine against omicron Covid variant in less than 100 days: CEO Bourla

      …how the pharma giant is responding to the worrisome omicron Covid variant.

    • Pfizer Vaccine Can Work Against Omicron Variant, CEO Says

      Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla says its vaccine is very likely to work against the new omicron Covid-19 variant.

  7. RT – How Taliban deals with Afghanistan drug addicts

    Taliban promised a ‘narcotics-free’ Afghanistan, but still has to deal with at least 11% of its population being addicted to drugs.

  8. BBC – Kirklees child sexual exploitation: 42 charged by police

    Forty-two people have been charged during a police investigation into non-recent child sexual exploitation (CSE) in West Yorkshire.

    The 39 men and three women, most from Kirklees, have been charged with a variety of offences.

    The alleged offences are said to have been committed against six girls between 1995 and 2015, mostly at addresses in Dewsbury and Batley.

    The men and women are due to appear at Leeds Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

    West Yorkshire Police said those charged were:

    Donna Lynn, 41, from Heckmondwike, charged with causing the prostitution of a girl under 16, allowing a premises to be used for unlawful sexual intercourse, procuring a female under 21, and controlling prostitution.

    Mohammed Yakub, 64, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Nasir Billimoria, 68, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape, and procuring a female under 21.

    Yousuf Motala, 69, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Ebrahim Mamaniatt, 52, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Liaquat Ali, 65, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Hashim Sacha, 53, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Nobhar Shah, 69, from Batley, charged with two offences of rape and living on the earnings of prostitution.

    Ibrahim Khalifa, 83, from Bradford, charged with an offence of rape.

    Manaf Hussain, 47, from Heckmondwike, charged with an offence of rape.

    Maria O’Rouke, 42, from Batley, charged with causing the prostitution of a girl under 16, allowing a premises to be used for unlawful sexual intercourse and controlling prostitution.

    Riaz Shaikh, 57, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of indecent assault.

    Amjid Rangzeb, 43, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of false imprisonment.

    Liaquat Hussain Hanif, 45, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Shakeel Haq, 44, from Birmingham, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of false imprisonment.

    Rafiq Patel, 69, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Abbas, 60, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Shafaquat Afzal Hussain, 45, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Tariq Azam, 52, from Dewsbury, charged with three offences of rape and three offences of indecent assault.

    Aurrangzeb Azam, 50, from Dewsbury, charged with three offences of rape, two offences of indecent assault and an offence of false imprisonment.

    Israr Hussain, 46, from Dewsbury, charged with three offences of rape, two offences of indecent assault and an offence of false imprisonment.

    Mohammed Sheikh, 48, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of indecent assault.

    Mohammed Tariq, 62, from Bradford, charged with two offences of rape.

    Sajid Majid, 48, from Mirfield, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of indecent assault.

    Zulfiquar Ali, 42, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Ansar Mahmood Qayum, 44, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of indecent assault.

    Mohammed Jabbar Qayum, 40, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Shafiq Siddique, 52, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape and an offence of false imprisonment.

    Mohammed Ishtiaq Hussain, 47, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Abbas Kaji, 52, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Farooq, 52, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Tasawar Hussain, 42, from Heckmondwike, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Munir Shaffi, 43, from Dewsbury, charged with two offences of rape.

    Zaheed Ali Novsarka, 53, from Batley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Nassar Liaquat Khan, 42, from Keighley, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Riaz Khan, 47, from Heckmondwike, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Luqman Daji, 44, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Mohammed Ramzan, 64, from Dewsbury, charged with an offence of rape.

    Janine Green, 44, from Batley, charged with encouraging prostitution, allowing premises to be used for unlawful sexual intercourse and controlling prostitution.

    Ali Shan Waheed, 41, from Dewsbury, charged with rape.

    Ismail Seedat, 51, from Batley, charged with indecent assault.

    Mohammed Yasin, 48, from Batley, charged with rape.

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