Reader’s Links for February 20, 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

54 Replies to “Reader’s Links for February 20, 2022”


    “Time for the protesters to hear our jackboots on the ground.”

    Cst. Andrew Nixon, recent recipient of a $22000.00 cdn raise.
    – fun factoid: al sturmtruppen just received a $22000 raise.
    Base salary right out of depot is now about $150K.
    Yup. Bet that’s some tasty OT.
    Totally worth it.

    Keep tweeting boys. The ISAR lads are having an intel smorgasbord board. Into the file.
    There will be tribunals, and simple punishment is not going to be enough for people come next year this time.

  2. CBC News – Sell vehicles towed during protest to cover city’s costs, says Watson

    Emergencies Act gives city that power, mayor says

    Ottawa’s mayor says any vehicles seized during the police crackdown on the occupation of the downtown should be sold to cover costs incurred by the city.

    “We actually have the ability to confiscate those vehicles and sell them,” Mayor Jim Watson said Saturday.

    “And I want to see them sold. I don’t want the return to these people who’ve been causing such frustration and angst in our community.”

    The mayor told CBC News that Ottawa has that power due to the Emergencies Act, which was invoked by the federal government last week.

    Watson said he’s been pleased by the level of professionalism shown by law enforcement since officers began stepping up their efforts Friday to clear the protest. But he also said he worries about demonstrators who have been “taunting police, being completely irresponsible, and don’t want to seem to leave.”

    Police officers from several forces across the country retook Wellington Street from protesters Saturday, clearing the crowd around the National War Memorial, herding them away from the parliamentary precinct and then down O’Connor Street.

    As of Saturday afternoon, 47 more people had been arrested, bringing the overall total to 170. Dozens of vehicles have also been towed.

    On Saturday evening, hundreds of protesters pooled at the corner of Bank and Sparks streets, with a line of officers standing firm.

    They were eventually moved south, closer to Queen Street. By 10 p.m., the crowd had significantly thinned out, with fencing installed in the area.

    “As night falls, it is unsafe to stay,” Ottawa police tweeted on Saturday. “Get out of the cold and cease further unlawful activity.”

    East of downtown, protesters could be seen taking down part of the supply camp they’d set up in a Coventry Road parking lot next to the city-run baseball stadium.

    By evening, much of the camp was gone, although some protesters told CBC they planned to regroup elsewhere.

    Suffering ‘absolutely unacceptable’

    Meanwhile, police said emergency phone lines had been flooded by calls with complaints about the operations underway downtown.

    Zexi Li, an Ottawa resident who helped launch a class-action lawsuit against the convoy organizers, said the weekend’s action has been sorely needed as many residents have been distressed for weeks.

    “While I think the response is long overdue, it’s definitely a relief either way,” she said.

    The suffering that Ottawa residents have endured has been “absolutely unacceptable,” Li said, adding it was downplayed by law enforcement and various levels of government for far too long.

    Watson also said Saturday that independent reviews, already planned on both the federal and municipal levels, are needed to see how the protest spiralled out of control and how to stop similar occupations from happening again.

    “You can’t come to Ottawa anymore and shut down our city for four weeks,” he said.


    The NIH continues to withhold critical documents that could shed light on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic.

    WITH THE GLOBAL death toll from Covid-19 approaching 6 million, the need to understand the origins of the pandemic is both pressing and grave. But the National Institutes of Health continues to withhold critical documents that could shed light on this question.

    This week, in response to ongoing litigation over public records related to coronavirus research funded by the federal agency, the NIH sent The Intercept 292 fully redacted pages rather than substantive material that could help us understand how the virus first came to infect humans.

    more :

  4. Freedom Convoy: Call to those who work in Law – Joshua – Feb 16, 2022 | InieracingNews
    Marcel Irnie – Premieres in 17 minutes – 3:00 PM ET

  5. Trudeau Persecutes Truckers but Ignores Left-wing Ecoterrorists Who Just Caused MILLIONS in Damage
    by Selwyn Duke – February 19, 2022

    “Coastal GasLink site in northern B.C. ‘attacked,’ causing significant damage” City News – February 18, 2022

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