Reader’s Links for April 5th 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

43 Replies to “Reader’s Links for April 5th 2022”

  1. I gambled on having a rational conversation yesterday between a friend and money. I lost. She couldn’t see past her Putin hatred to think clearly. Money just sat there across the room listening, stone faced. Occasionally a cartoon bubble popped up over its head with a few thoughts, but money is apolitical and immune to anyone’s feelings. It either comes to you or walks out the door. This is as dramatic as money gets. It is neither friend nor enemy. If you treat it well it hangs around.

    Pandemic mass-line hysteria slowly morphs into anti-Russian hatred. Climate-change hand wringing may displace this collective mania, if state narrators succeed. The West slow suicides by virtue-signaling. Western corporations sanction Russia at the expense of shareholders. Woke shareholders cheer as they march to their own poverty. Yuri Bezmenov nods from his grave. Money looks at Mickey Mouse’s hard-on and heads East. Corporate sanctions are self-sanctions. Shell Oil sells its stake in Russia to China at 10-cents on the dollar. Yay say the woke.

    Frozen trucker capital accounts begot (?) frozen Russian capital accounts accounts beget frozen dollar-denominated ruble and yuan accounts like a monetary ice age. This is the real climate change phenomenon. This results in the U.S. Fed buying more of its own treasury bills (which are basically elongated dollars). Wealth inequality becomes commodity inequality. This emerging global bifurcation is, essentially, a tax on fake emotional outrage paid at the pump and at the grocery store. But we feel good. Take that Putin.

    This is a very truncated translation of a translation of Zoltan Poszar’s recent comments on Bretton Woods 3. Poszar speaks English but in financial tongues. (It would make no difference if he spoke his native Hungarian. No wonder the Magyars stand alone. Their language is historically a high fence.)

    China absorbs Russian commodities then resells at a hefty mark-up with full control over Western capital accounts. G7 inside debt (money) competes with outside real (pm) money. This is like Mike Tyson climbing into the boxing ring with Don Knotts. Bretton Woods 3 will be a hybridization of commodity-anchored currencies in which capital can safely accumulate. Enjoy your bugs.

    Translated from:

    • In the second video at around 31 minutes comes a big tell. Pozsar says no one designing Russian sanctions (WEF) incorporated commodity dynamics. So, the next time anyone tries to dive you down another WEF rabbit hole that says Davos is omniscient, think again. “…The sanctions by design exclude commodity trade…”.

      Seems Schwab and Soros are not yet infallibly transhuman.

  2. In the second video at around 31 minutes comes a big tell. Pozsar says no one designing Russian sanctions (WEF) incorporated commodity dynamics. So, the next time anyone tries to dive you down another WEF rabbit hole that says Davos is omniscient, think again. “…The sanctions by design exclude commodity trade…”.

    Seems Schwab and Soros are not yet infallibly transhuman.

  3. the gateway pundit – “It’s Beyond ANY Shadow of a Doubt That the Vaccines Are Causing LARGE NUMBERS of Deaths”: Dr. Peter McCullough (VIDEO)

    […]Well, according to Dr. Peter McCullough, the most published Cardiologist in history, the answer is unequivocally clear: the spike in death, which perfectly coincides with the rollout of the experimental jab, is the obvious culprit.

    “It’s beyond any shadow of a doubt that the vaccines are causing a large number of deaths,” McCullough proclaimed in a recent interview with the ‘On a Mission Podcast.’

    Can’t put it any clearer than that.

    McCullough, who’s also an epidemiologist, isn’t just spouting off wild baseless claims. He explained his reasoning behind his shocking conclusion by walking through the “Bradford Hill Tenets of Causality,” in order to demonstrate the link between the vaccines and the current wave of excess deaths.

    The Bradford Hill Tenets are widely considered to be the standard when evaluating cause and effect. It is regularly used in public health research and is defined as “a group of nine principles that can be useful in establishing epidemiologic evidence of a causal relationship between a presumed cause and an observed effect, according to Wikipedia.

    VIDEO :

  4. WVW Exclusive: Col. John Mills Gives Eyewitness Testimony on CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James Comey Attempting to Impede President-Elect Trump From Being Sworn In. Plus Todd Bensman on Collapse of the U.S. Border
    by Brannon Howse – April 4, 2022

    John Jay Was Right

  5. ctv – How to prevent spread of COVID-19 within your household

    Health experts have several suggestions to limit the spread of COVID-19 after someone in a household tests positive.

    + comments on the YT page

  6. ctv – ‘I’d keep the masks on’: Dr. Bogoch on rising COVID-19 cases

    Dr. Isaac Bogoch says masking is a measure that works ‘reasonably well,’ helps save lives and protect the most vulnerable.

    + comments on the YT page

    • ctv – Are Ontarians considering wearing masks again?

      Evidence of rising COVID-19 cases in Ontario has prompted several of Ontario’s top doctors to urge residents to resume mask wearing indoors.

    • ctv – Epidemiologist on the possibility of ‘regular’ booster shots

      Epidemiologist Dr. Christopher Labos discusses getting a fourth COVID-19 vaccine and the possibility of regular booster shots.

    • city news – B.C. seniors relieved at second COVID booster roll out

      A second round of COVID-19 booster shots is on the way for B.C.’s most vulnerable. Those who will soon be eligible for the jab say they are keen to roll up their sleeves.

      + comments on the YT page


    twitter @50uRf74JQLdDxNf

    Is it true that US General ROGER ( CLOUTIER ) was captured by the Russians in Mariupol

    twitter @elisabethbraw

    LTG Roger Cloutier, Commander NATO Land Command, just posted this photo with Colonel General Oleksandr Sirsky, Commander Ukrainian Land Forces, saying “the world is with with you my brother. Keep up the fight.”

    Yes, the world is with you, General.

    twitter @Miguel18011505

    Unconfirmed sources from Russia Military:

    The Russian army captured the U.S Major General Roger L. Cloutier Jr.

    Maj. Gen. Roger L. Cloutier, the U.S. Africa Command HQ Chief of Staff in the besieged Ukrainian Azov camp in Mariupol

    The Pentagon wanted to contact Putin,


  8. Well well, four years later, Doug Ford’s government has announced today to lower prices at the pumps. Gas taxes will be going down on July 1 by 5.7 cents per litre and tax relief will run through the end of the year.

    As of now the tax cut will only be temporary. During the 2018 election campaign Ford “promised” this cut would be permanent.

    • Trudeau’s Environment Minister blasts Premiers for lowering gas prices, says Climate change is KILLING Canadians.

      Man I know, who has always been healthy, got the booster and is not feeling well. The doctor told him he has a blood and bone infection, apparently this happens to older men. Other friends all have the same diagnosis hmmmm OMG maybe something is in the water.

      Me thinks it is not the climate that is killing people.

  9. europravda – Commission triggers rule of law mechanism against Hungary

    The European Commission has notified Hungary that it is triggering the conditionality mechanism over rule of law breaches, opening the door to financial sanctions.

    “The Commission has today spoken to the Hungarian authorities that we will now send a formal letter to start the conditionality mechanism,” Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs on Tuesday afternoon.

    Earlier in her address, Von der Leyen had said that the Commission required Budapest to implement reforms to tackle corruption. However, she noted that the two sides have “not been able to find common ground”.

    She added that the Commission has followed the procedure as laid out by treaties by addressing a letter of formal notice and later referring the case to the European Court of Justice and that upon receiving Hungary’s answers, they drew the “conclusion we have to move on to the next step.”

    Lawmakers in Strasbourg, who have long demanded the EU’s executive proceed with the new mechanism, cheered the announcement with a round of applause.

    Daniel Freund, an MEP for the Greens/EFA group, welcomed it by writing on Twitter: “It’s happening. FINALLY!”

    But German Green MEP, Rasmus Andresen, told Euronews that the rule of law mechanism should have been triggered sooner.

    “One of the reasons why Orbán is as strong as he is, is because many in Brussels had not learnt lessons in the past and actually supported him in the past and now we really need to speed up on issues like the rule of law mechanism, but also when it comes to other sanctions we can do against Hungary and Viktor Orbán,” Andresen said.

    MEPs first approved the rule of law mechanism regulation in December 2020, followed by intense haggling at the Council level, with Hungary and Poland both demanding it to be watered down and threatening to veto the bloc’s budget over it.

    The two countries then referred the mechanism to the ECJ, which ruled in February that EU institutions could tie funding to member states to respect for the rule of law.

    The announcement comes just two days after Viktor Orban, Hungary’s nationalist-populist leader, won a fourth consecutive term as prime minister. His Fidesz party secured 53% of the vote and a two-thirds “supermajority” in parliament.

    Orban, who has built his career on EU-bashing, had described his victory on Sunday evening as ” so big that you can see it from the moon, and you can certainly see it from Brussels.”

    Asked about whether the Commission will also trigger the mechanism against Poland over its clampdown on judicial independence, von der Leyen said Brussels has outlined “three reform requirements”, which were also demanded from Warsaw by the ECJ.

    These are the dismantling of the disciplinary chamber for judges, a reform of the disciplinary regime, and a process to “reinform the unlawfully dismissed judges”.

    She said Warsaw has to bring a law to parliament that will fulfil the three criteria but did not provide a deadline for the Polish government — by which time the Commission’s patience would run out and the conditionality mechanism would be triggered.

    The ECJ ordered Warsaw to pay a record fine of €1 million a day in an October ruling over its refusal to suspend the controversial disciplinary chamber of judges of its Supreme Court.

    Dutch MEP Sophie in ‘t Veld says action should be taken against Warsaw too.

    “We are worried that the Commission is negotiating with the Polish government whereas the rule of law should not be negotiable. The independence of the judiciary is not negotiable,” in ‘t Veld told Euronews.

    The Commission chief was in parliament to recap her action since the beginning of her term and outline her priorities.

    The EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell was meanwhile scheduled to update MEPs on the bloc’s security plans and discuss the Strategic Compass approved by leaders at a summit 10 days ago.

    The document aims to outline a common defense and security strategy to respond to outside threats and plans the creation of a joint rapid intervention of up to 5,000 troops.
    europravda – Commission triggers rule of law mechanism against Hungary

    Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs that Brussels and Budapest have been unable to find common ground over corruption issues in Hungary.

  10. THE SUN – UK – EXTRA HELP Major energy firm is giving away FREE electric blankets to customers

    A MAJOR energy supplier is giving away free electric blankets to customers as gas and electricity bills soar.

    The energy price cap increased on Friday, adding almost £700 to the average annual household bill.

    Octopus Energy is handing out heated blankets to help customers keep warm while costs are high.

    Bills have rocketed due to high wholesale gas prices, with the energy price cap jumping £693 to £1,971 last week.

    Millions of households on standard variable tariffs have been affected by the hike.

    Campaigners have warned it – and other

    Electricity blankets can be a cheaper way of keeping warm instead of using the central heating.

    According to Uswitch, it would cost 28p to use an electric blanket for an hour a night – over a week that would cost you £1.96.

    The actual amount will vary depending on your tariff, which blanket you use and how long you use it for.

    Customers took to social media to praise Octopus’ decision, sharing photos of the Bauer heated throw.


    channel 4 – Energy price: Millions hit by record energy bill rises amid cost of living crisis

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