Reader’s Links for January 2, 2022

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

41 Replies to “Reader’s Links for January 2, 2022”

  1. Intellect’s heel.

    The smug hubris of the retired intellectual, whether he works or not, holding his own hand while waltzing himself joyfully down his own garden path. Singing a little ditty, safely self-hidden in the forest of his own clever growth, yet unaware of the Trojan trees already standing in his midst. He the doctor, the lawyer, the man of substance and accomplishment. Confident in his view of every tree that matters while oblivious to the forest before his lying eyes. And finally, like a child with his hands over his eyes saying, “You can’t see me because I can’t see you.”

    So opens every Stalin’s gate.

  2. At the World Economic Forum, a participant asked the Pfizer CEO, madman Albert Bourla, about the new pill. Bourla spoke about the “electronic pill” approved by the FDA, containing a microchip that transmits a signal when it is swallowed, proving compliance!

    Speaking of compliance when will the CBC and other news organizations, newspapers etc. Spewing the lies and fear be defunded?

  3. Germany: Over 6,000 COVID-vax sceptics march in Dusseldorf

    Some 6,500 protesters marched in Dusseldorf on Saturday, to decry COVID restrictions and mandatory vaccination.

    The demonstrators marched through the centre of the city carrying posters and signs denouncing the federal government’s COVID-19 restrictions and the possibility of vaccination becoming compulsory in the country.

    In his New Year’s address on Friday, Chancellor Olaf Scholz pleaded with the public to take restrictions seriously as the country battles the more transmissible Omicron variant and a record-breaking number of infections.

    One of the groups involved in the organisation of the protest, APO Dusseldorf stated on Twitter they intended to hold weekly demonstrations against the measures.

    Germany has 71.2 percent of its population fully vaccinated, the lowest rate in western Europe after Switzerland and the UK.

  4. France says children must wear masks on transport from age six

    Children on French public transport will soon have to wear a face mask from the age of six upwards, the government decreed Saturday, as part of its latest measures against coronavirus.

    Masks had previously been compulsory from the age of 11, but Paris is tightening regulations given the rapid spread of the Omicron variant.

    Children aged six and older will have to don a mask on all means of public transport within national borders from Monday, while carriers will not serve any food or drink for three weeks from the same date.

    Prime Minister Jean Castex had flagged up the drinks and food ban on transport last Monday.

    A spokesperson for the SNCF national railway operator indicated the latest restrictions mean passengers will not be permitted to remove their face masks even to eat or drink, save for cross-border services including Thalys and Eurostar.

    Restaurant services will be suspended on high-speed TGV and inter-city services as from Monday until January 23, SNCF said in response to the decree.

    Daily COVID-19 cases in France have been hitting one record high after another in recent days, with the authorities announcing 232,200 new infections on Friday, the most since the start of the pandemic.

    But the government has so far tried to avoid measures like closing down restaurants and bars, instead encouraging all to become fully vaccinated with booster shots.


    France shortens booster shot delay to 4 Months

    The deadline for the COVID-19 vaccine booster dose will be reduced in France, starting February 15, to a maximum of four months instead of seven in order to keep a valid health pass, Health Minister Olivier Véran announced.

    The current rule is that from January 15, the health pass becomes inactive after seven months in the absence of a booster dose.

    “From February 15, it will be necessary to carry out four months and no longer seven after its second dose to have a complete vaccination scheme,” said Olivier Véran in an interview with the weekly newspaper Le Journal de Dimanche.

    He recalled that “an infection will always be equivalent to an injection.” This means that a person who has had two doses, has not yet received a booster shot, but has recently been contaminated by the virus, meets the conditions set.

    France has been hit hard by a 5th wave of the Covid-19 epidemic, marked by a surge of cases of the Omicron variant. The country is recording record after record of contaminations due to the Omicron “tidal wave”, with more than 200,000 new cases recorded in the last few days.


    Covid-19 : voici la liste des lieux où le masque sera obligatoire dès 6 ans à partir de lundi

    Jusque-là, seuls les personnes de onze ans et plus devaient porter le masque dans certains endroits. Les enfants dès six ans sont concernés dès ce lundi.

    La mesure, qui n’avait pas été annoncée par le gouvernement, figure dans un décret paru ce samedi 1er janvier au Journal officiel. Le masque qui était jusqu’à présent obligatoire dans certains lieux pour toute personne de onze ans ou plus va désormais concerner, à partir du lundi 3 janvier, les enfants dès six ans. “L’âge : ‘onze ans’ est remplacé par l’âge : ‘six ans'”, peut-on lire à plusieurs reprises dans le nouveau décret, qui modifie donc celui du 1er juin 2021.

    Voici ci-dessous les endroits où le masque est obligatoire à partir de six ans :

    -à bord d’un navire ou d’un bateau à passagers

    -à bord d’un avion

    -dans les véhicules ou dans les espaces accessibles au public et affectés au transport public de voyageurs

    -dans les transports publics particuliers de personnes

    -dans les établissements recevant du public (salles d’auditions, de conférences, de réunions, de spectacles, chapiteaux, tentes et structures, musées, bibliothèques, centres de documentation, magasins de vente, centres commerciaux, salles d’expositions…)

    -dans les marchés couverts

    -dans les restaurants et débits de boisson

    -dans les hôtels “lors de leurs déplacements”

    -dans les enceintes sportives, “sauf pour la pratique d’activités sportives”

    dans les parcs, jardins et autres espaces verts aménagés dans les zones urbaines, “en fonction des circonstances locales” et sur décision du “préfet de département, de sa propre initiative ou sur proposition du maire”

    sur les plages, plans d’eau et lacs

    – dans les établissements de culte

    Pass sanitaire : le délai de la dose de rappel réduit à 4 mois le 15 février

  5. zero hedge – CNN Story Perfectly Captures The Mass Covid Neuroticism Of 2021

    twitter @KimIversenShow

    This story should be in The Onion.

    This woman, triple vaxxed, wears masks and shields, tests obsessively.

    Tested positive while mid-air (she’s hoarding tests) and locks herself in an airplane bathroom for hours fearing she’s killing everyone and herself.

    And here’s the kicker: the woman who gave herself seven Covid tests but learned on the 8th that she had the virus was fully vaccinated and had received the booster.

    But CNN still reminds the reader that it’s the “unvaccinated population” that we have to worry about here:


    CNN – Chicago woman quarantined in airplane bathroom for 3 hours after testing positive for Covid-19 mid-flight


  6. CNN – ‘Stop the nonsense’: See doctor’s message to DeSantis

    Dr. Jonathan Reiner discusses Gov. Ron DeSantis’ (R) promotion of “natural immunity” as a new study finds that immunity wanes more for people who are naturally infected than vaccinated.

    + comments on the YT page

  7. twitter @disclosetv

    Hardly any confidence left in Germany:

    Only 32% believe that the Covid figures provided by the government are correct.

    Majority in Germany (57%) no longer trust the Covid figures provided by the government, according to a new INSA survey (BILD)

    BILD – Kaum noch Vertrauen in Corona-Zahlen

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