Reader’s Links for May 21, 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.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. REBEL NEWS – Introducing The Reset: The Great Reset Docuseries

    In episode one of The Great Reset Docuseries, we introduce The Great Reset.

    We provide the background of the World Economic Forum and its chairman, Klaus Schwab, along with the other global elites who assisted in the birth of the organization.

    We explore the organizations that compliment each other, working alongside the WEF to plan and enact a new form of global governance through The Great Reset.

  2. REBEL NEWS – INTERVIEW: Quebec freedom activist Amalega François speaks out after nearly four months in jail

    Amalega François was finally released after having spent nearly four months in jail.

    Here is what he had to say about his legal journey.



    Amalega François is a math teacher in the Montreal area. Of Cameroonian origin, Mr. François has always been of the quiet and orderly kind.

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began in Canada in March of 2020, Mr. François recognized that the extreme health measures imposed by the government violated the rights and freedoms of Canadian citizens.

    From that moment, he started taking to the streets to fight against this oppression with hopes of raising others’ awareness about the situation.

    Mr. François received many fines related to the health measures over the last two years. In January 2022, during a conference in Shawinigan, where Premier François Legault was to speak about economic recovery, Mr. François wanted to question the premier on the concerns the people had regarding vaccine passports, which led to his arrest that day, as well as his imprisonment at the Bordeaux Prison a few months later.

    He was finally released after having spent nearly four months in jail. Here is what he had to say about his legal journey.

  3. “Dutch” man goes on stabbing / slashing / murder spree in Denmark. Police drops usual restraint wrt spreading photo and name. The “dutch” man turns out to be one Yahye Mohamed Omar, 24. Sounds somali, maybe eritrean?

    Danish police search for Dutch suspect in murder and stabbing case
    Danish police are looking for a 24-year-old Dutch man on suspicion of involvement in a murder and stabbing incident in Copenhagen earlier this month. The victim of the stabbing was seriously injured, but his life is not in danger.
    Both crimes took place on May 15. The 28-year-old victim of the murder was taken to hospital, where he died despite medical attention. That same day, another man (25) in an apartment in the Old Town was stabbed several times. His cheek was also cut open and his left ear was cut off.
    The Dutch suspect may have traveled via Sweden, Norway and Germany or may still be residing in one of those countries. Because of his ties to the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, he is also sought after in these countries. “Many countries are trying to find him,” said the spokesperson. “You don’t see this kind of violence a lot here.” The abuse was described as “particularly brutal.”

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  4. DAILY MAIL – Pride festival in Gran Canaria – which was attended by 80,000 people – is linked to Spanish monkeypox outbreak as well as two cases in Italy while European total reaches 100

    Maspalomas Pride has become the second focus of the outbreak in Spain

    More than 100 cases of monkeypox have now been reported across Europe

    The UK Health Security Agency has said a notable proportion of recent cases in Britain and Europe have been found in gay and bisexual men

    There are 20 confirmed cases in the UK, and more cases in nine other countries


    Held between May 5 and May 15, Maspalomas Pride attracts visitors from across the continent.

    It was attended by people who have tested positive for the monekypox virus afterwards, with public health services from the Canary Islands now investigating the any links between the cases and the LGBT+ celebrations.

    ‘Among the 30 or so diagnosed in Madrid, there are several who attended the event, although it is not yet possible to know if one of them is patient zero of this outbreak or if they all got infected there,’ a health source told El País.
    video ( 2 min 06 )- MASPALOMAS GAY PARTY

    How do you catch monkeypox?

    Until this worldwide outbreak, monkeypox was usually caught from infected animals in west and central Africa.

    The tropical virus is thought to be spread by rodents, including rats, mice and even squirrels.

    Humans can catch the illness — which comes from the same family as smallpox — if they’re bitten by infected animals, or touch their blood, bodily fluids, or scabs.

    Consuming contaminated wild game or bush meat can also spread the virus.

    The orthopoxvirus can enter the body through broken skin — even if it’s not visible, as well as the eyes, nose and mouth.

    Despite being mainly spread by wild animals, it was known that monkeypox could be passed on between people.

    However, health chiefs insist it is very rare.

    Human-to-human spread can occur if someone touches clothing or bedding used by an infected person, or through direct contact with the virus’ tell-tale scabs.

    The virus can also spread through coughs and sneezes.

    In the ongoing surge in cases, experts think the virus is passing through skin-to-skin contact during sex — even though this exact mechanism has never been seen until now.

    How is it tested for?

    It can be difficult to diagnose monkeypox as it is often confused with other infections such as chickenpox.

    Monkeypox is confirmed by a clinical assessment by a health professional and a test in a specialist lab.

    The test involves taking samples from skin lesions, such as part of the scab, fluid from the lesions or pieces of dry crusts.

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