Reader’s Links for March 28, 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

34 Replies to “Reader’s Links for March 28, 2022”

        • Gerald Celeste
          “A warning about so,e sort of an event or false flag giving the banking power a reason th shut down money. I am saying to everyone listening we are at a crucial point where one day, they are going to say a bomb, hacking or whatever, and to save your lives and to save your money we are closing down the banking system. You won’t be able to get your money out, maybe when you do they will devalue it. They did it before and they will do it again. This time, it will be much worse. my plan centre’s around the 3 G’s: guns, gold a getaway plan. He lives in New York State near the Canadian border.

          Go to the bank and try to take out fifty thousand, see what happens.

          • I live in an enclave of Soviet emigres. Most sojourned in more than one country before they got here. Like the generation of the Holocaust who were the heart of my neighborhood, they tend to have a bugout bag somewhere handy.

            A dear friend was a Romanian dental surgeon. trapped in Nazi Europe. He knew he’d be deported – they didn’t know where, didn’t know Final Solution. He wanted to be prepared for after-

            So he had his back teeth pulled, then set with perfect diamonds. He survived Transnistria, relocation somewhere in Hungary, then Siberian gulag for five years. Somehow he escaped to Paris with his wife.

            The diamonds – bought them a new life.

  1. europravda – The era of Victor Orban

    Hungarian Pm Victor Orban is to seek a fourth term in office on Sunday 3rd April.

    We look back on his 12 continuous years in power so far

  2. AUSTRALIA – DOHERTY INSTITUTE – Setting it Straight: How does the COVID-19 vaccine work?

    Listen to Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty explain how the COVID-19 vaccine works and what is happening in our body after we’re injected as the body begins to mimic the natural immune response.

    • RECORDED MAY 4 2020 – Peter Doherty: Lockdown Can Buy Time

      How is the World Health Organization responding to the pandemic?

      How can individuals help their government contain COVID-19?

      Nobel Laureate in Medicine Peter Doherty underlines his views on nations’ COVID-19 response, and vaccination development.

    • REBEL NEWS – Trudeau’s Health Minister: govt to hold vaccines to protect against “new variants and new waves”

      Trudeau’s Health Minister says the govt is holding onto vaccines because they say the pandemic is not over and it’ll protect us by:

      “enlarging the set of tools that we’ll be able to draw on, when these new variants and new waves will come”

    • ‘Asymptomatic Spread’ Was One of the Most Damaging Covid Claims — A Doctor Dismantles the ‘Myth’ in One Epic Thread

      […]“In January 2020, at the very start of the pandemic, the New England Journal of Medicine published a letter that suggesting the possibility that covid could be spread by people who did not show any symptoms of the illness,” Kheriaty writes. “This article was based on a single case report. Germany’s public health agency, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI),

      […]“On June 8, 2020, WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced that asymptomatic people could transmit covid,” he continued. “That same day, Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO technical lead for the covid pandemic, clarified that people who have covid without any symptoms ‘very rarely’ transmit the disease to others.

      […]“The media ran with the asymptomatic threat story. The specter of people with no symptoms being potentially dangerous—which never had any scientific basis—turned every fellow citizen into a possible threat to one’s existence.”

      https://beckernews.com/asymptomatic-spread-was-one-of-the-most-damaging-covid-claims-a-doctor-dismantles-the-myth-in-one-epic-thread-44506/

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      The Specter of Asymptomatic Spread

      Or how to destroy the social fabric in two simple steps.

      […]

      https://aaronkheriaty.substack.com/p/the-specter-of-asymptomatic-spread

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      twitter thread @akheriaty

      1/ In January 2020, at the very start of the pandemic, the New England Journal of Medicine published a letter that suggesting the possibility that covid could be spread by people who did not show any symptoms of the illness. This article was based on a single case report.

      https://twitter.com/akheriaty/status/1508186180973576192

    • CBC – MPP Randy Hillier facing 9 more charges after Ottawa convoy protest

      Charges include assaulting and obstructing officers, 4 mischief counts

      An eastern Ontario provincial politician has surrendered to police and is facing more charges, this time related to the convoy protest and occupation in downtown Ottawa this winter.

      Ottawa police announced nine charges against Independent Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston MPP Randy Hillier in a Monday morning news release, saying they had complaints “about social media posts and other activities of an individual” during the so-called Freedom Convoy.

      The charges are:

      One count of assaulting a peace or public officer.
      Two counts of obstructing or resisting a public officer.
      One count of obstructing or resisting someone aiding a public or peace officer.
      Three counts of counselling an uncommitted indictable offence, two of them considered mischief.
      Two counts of mischief or obstructing property exceeding $5,000.
      Hillier surrendered at Ottawa police headquarters Monday morning. He told reporters he was doing so after getting a call from police on Sunday.

      He denied assaulting an officer, saying he only greeted people “with love and affection and embrace and handshakes.

      “So unless handshakes or warm embraces are now considered assault, I have no idea,” he said.

      Lawyer David Anber said he’d like a Monday bail hearing. Ottawa police said Hillier is expected in court Monday.

      There were calls for Hillier’s arrest in February when he tweeted people should “keep calling” after Ottawa police tweeted that people had to stop calling “critical emergency and operational phone lines” to express displeasure over police actions to clear streets.

      Hillier is facing other charges for breaking COVID-19 pandemic rules, and he said Monday he’s facing about 25 charges for various COVID protests.

      Earlier this month, Hillier said he’s not running for re-election in June in the seat he’s held since 2007.

      https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/randy-hillier-arrest-protest-convoy-ottawa-mpp-1.6399669

  3. Jordan Peterson interviews Andy Ngo – long, but worth the watch if you have the time. At first, Andy is a bit on edge by Jordan’s questions, but it becomes obvious as the interview goes on that the questions are not predatory, just the means Peterson is using to uncover the underlying issues.

    As such, it is interesting in multiple ways: yes, of course, it examines the issues. But, it also reveals a lot about the psychology of interviewing, about Peterson and about Andy Ngo himself – in the best possible ways.

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