Reader’s Links for September 24, 2022

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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.

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48 Replies to “Reader’s Links for September 24, 2022”

  1. Senate committee on Covid

    Attorney Thomas Reno’s Covid testimony:
    “I submit to you that Anthony Fauci is a fraud, a liar and corrupt, or the most negligent, ignorant man on the planet”.

  2. Texas Red Heifers’ Arrival Stirs Prophetic Excitement

    JERUSALEM, Israel —It is quite a sight to see a group of cattle arriving at Israel’s busy Ben Gurion Airport.

    A recent delivery of five red heifers from Texas to Israel is causing quite a stir. Talk is growing that their arrival is prophetic, and a prerequisite to the return of the Messiah.

    Some rabbis believe the ashes of a red heifer are necessary for purifying priests to serve in a future Temple.

    The heifers were discovered and brought to Israel with the help of the Boneh Israel – “Building Israel” – organization and its team leader, Byron Stinson.

  3. Rep. Byron Donalds may not get as much press as some other Republican politicians, but he’s an impressive figure who deserves to be heard. That was on display on Thursday during a House hearing centering on the country’s economic woes.

    Donalds pressed witnesses on what has caused the current inflation crisis and labor shortage, and in doing so, he absolutely demolished Democrat economic policy. It’s a must-see for people who value solid arguments over shallow gotchas.

    The clip is a little over two minutes long, and it’s worth every second.

    Note: a US politician worth keeping an eye on for the future

  4. Insidious voter fraud
    By Steve Feinstein
    There are two kinds of voter fraud. One is obvious voter fraud. That’s the kind we know about and hear about every day:

    These are the most widely known forms of voter fraud. But there is a more insidious form of voter fraud. Evil, deceptive, subtle, and cunning. This kind of fraud is practiced — or even attempted — only at the very highest levels, by real political pros, people who have immersed themselves in a lifetime’s dedication to undetectable, completely inconspicuous election-fixing. This is done where one side would never even consider that the other side warrants a fair shot at election victory. The thinking goes, “We’ve always won, we’ll always win, it’s our birthright.”

    Welcome to Massachusetts, World Headquarters for Insidious Voter Fraud. The Democrats are the perpetrators; the Republicans are their victims. Republicans in Mass. are not unlike the hapless Washington Generals to the Democrats’ always victorious Harlem Globetrotters.

  5. Boris Johnson could be in line for top Nato job, say Conservative allies

    Alliance members report a British candidate could be a good choice of leader

    Boris Johnson could be set for another high profile political position, with senior Conservatives backing him to be the next secretary general of Nato.

    Incumbent Jens Stoltenberg is widely expected to stand down in September next year – about 12 months after the prime minister leaves his role.

    The Nato job, which is appointed unanimously by member countries, has also seen former prime ministers David Cameron and Theresa May linked to it as well as defence secretary Ben Wallace.

    Mr Johnson would need to step down as an MP from his Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat if he was to take the position. He has not yet made an announcement as to what he will do after leaving office, although insiders have said a return to writing a column for the Telegraph is unlikely.

    Nato secretary genera’s typically take the role on a four year term, although former Norwegian prime minister Mr Stoltenberg has seen his time extended due to the war in Ukraine. He has been serving in the role since 2014.

  6. the guardian – Syrian refugees mass in convoy on Turkish border to walk into Greece

    Tens of thousands of people are planning to enter EU country together, after alleged racist attacks and rising tensions

    Thousands of Syrian refugees are assembling in Turkey in a convoy, which organisers have dubbed the Caravan of Light, in an audacious and desperate attempt to enter the EU en masse.

    Since early September, Syrians have been drawing up plans for the journey via a Telegram channel, which now has more than 85,000 members.

    The organisers, who are believed to be Syrian refugees themselves, have told people to bring sleeping bags, tents, lifejackets, water, canned food and first aid kits. The actual number of people in the caravan is unclear, but organisers say about 100,000 people are expected.

    There are more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, where there have been recent reports of rising tensions and violence against Syrians in parts of the country.

    As dawn broke on Monday, members of the caravan began their journey to the designated meeting point of Edirne, a city in the north-west of Turkey near the border with Greece, which was announced on the Telegram channel the day before. Their plan is to walk across the Greek border to make their way into the EU.

    The group includes doctors, engineers, and lawyers, who have come from all over Syria after fleeing the civil war, which began in 2011.

    In a statement, the organisers explained that the caravan, which “came out of the womb of the revolution”, was sparked by the “abhorrent racism” they have been exposed to from “some parties in the Turkish republic”, which they say has led to Syrians being killed.

    The organisers also referred to the “pressure on us to return to the areas of the Syrian regime, and this means endangering our lives once again”.

    On Monday evening, members of the caravan were attacked on the Greek border by people smugglers, according to one of the organisers. As of Tuesday morning, the caravan had decided to regroup in Istanbul before heading to the border together in one group.

    Khairu, a 22-year-old engineer, came to Turkey in 2018 from Homs, and is planning to join the caravan. He left his home in Mersin, a city in the south, on Monday to go to Istanbul where he is meeting friends travelling from Hayat, near the Syrian-Turkish border. Once there, they will wait for further instructions.

    “There is no future for me and every Syrian here,” said Khairu, adding that he fears, “a sudden killing or barbaric deportation”. He said he had experienced racism while living in Turkey, and wanted to “live without the fear of tomorrow, because fear of tomorrow is a very slow death”.

    Some members of the Telegram group voiced their concerns over whether they would be deported back to Syria if they were caught. Khairu said deportation was “most likely” if they were arrested, but he was “fully prepared for that”.

    The caravan is calling on the UN to protect Syrian refugees from “all forms of physical, psychological and political abuse”. They also call on the Syrian interim government to communicate with the EU “to open their doors to this convoy or find immediate solutions”.

    Yuko Narushima, a spokesperson for the the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) told the Guardian the agency was aware of social media announcements aimed at organising large movements of people from Turkey towards the EU, but it was not involved and did not encourage this.

    “We are concerned for the safety and wellbeing of those who decide to take part in this movement, which – based on previous experiences with similar organised movements around the world – would probably be risky and dangerous,” she said.

    Already, about 400 people have been forced to return to their homes in Idlib, Syria, after they tried to cross the Syrian border into Turkey to join the caravan but were attacked by hardline Islamist militants.

    Taha Elghazi, a prominent Syrian refugee rights activist in Turkey, who is not part of the caravan, said he understood why many Syrians want to leave Turkey because of the “rise in racism”, as well as financial difficulties caused by “economic inflation”.

    However, he warned that the Turkish government would not allow groups to gather at the border with Greece, while EU countries were also tightening security on their borders. “All of these factors mean that there will be brutal treatment of refugees when they are on this trip, and the caravan’s approach is not clear and it may endanger them,” he said.

    Refugee rights groups have warned that anti-Syrian racism is becoming an alarming trend across Turkey.

    Faris Mohammed al-Ali, an 18-year-old Syrian, was killed in an alleged racist attack in Antakya at the beginning of September, while 70-year-old Leyla Mohammed was kicked in the face by a Turkish man in May. Those two incidents sparked an international outcry, but many more go unreported out of fear that victims will be forcibly returned to Syria, said Sara Hashash, at the Syria Campaign, a human rights advocacy group.

    “Syrian refugees have fled a bloody conflict, torture, enforced disappearance and other abhorrent abuses to seek safety in Turkey. It is appalling that they now find themselves facing further attacks,” she said.

    Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has previously pledged to protect the people who fled the war and not expel them, but up to 150 Syrians were forcibly deported earlier this year, despite some of them having official identification documents.

    A plan to forcibly relocate one million Syrians to north-east Syria has also been gaining momentum.

  7. the gateway pundit – Woman Dies Suddenly Inside the Pharmacy 15 Minutes After Getting a Booster Shot

    A woman in Canada passed away while she was at the pharmacy within fifteen minutes of obtaining a booster shot.

    Carol Pearce died suddenly at Shoppers Drug Mart (SDM) in Saskatoon right after receiving her COVID-19 booster shot on September 14, Western Standard reported.

    Stephanie Foster, Pearce’s daughter, said that she believes her mom’s sudden death was caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.

    MORE :

  8. Forty-seven individuals, primarily in Minneapolis, Minnesota’s large Somali community, have been charged for their roles in allegedly stealing $250 million in COVID-19 federal funds meant for a child nutrition program.

    According to federal prosecutors, the 47 individuals charged across six indictments and three criminal informations committed conspiracy, wire fraud, bribery, and money laundering when they defrauded millions from the Federal Child Nutrition Program during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

    Specifically, the 47 individuals allegedly used COVID-19 changes to the Federal Child Nutrition Program to oversee the massive fraud scheme via the Minneapolis-based Feeding Our Future and the for-profit restaurants as well as the food distribution services sponsored by the nonprofit.

    In 2019, Feeding Our Future received and disbursed about $3.4 million in federal funds to feed underprivileged children in the Minneapolis area. By 2021, the nonprofit had received almost $200 million in federal funds.

  9. Rep. James Comer has obtained new documents that show Hunter & Joe Biden were working to sell American natural gas & drilling assets to the Chinese, so China could take control of our natural gas industry through the drillers. Outrageous!

    The docs show that Hunter was working with the Chinese to get keys to an office in DC for himself, Jim Biden, Joe Biden & Jill Biden. I thought Joe didn’t know anything about Hunter’s business dealings?

    That’s not all: Comer has two new whistleblowers that worked with Hunter and they are ready to expose it all when the Republicans take control of Congress.

    Note: Jon Solomon interview

  10. ” Reiner Fuellmich Stole €1.35 Million From the Corona Committee -Viviane Fischer” Bright Light News – Published September 23, 3033

    “Reiner Fuellmich Responds to €1.35 Million Theft Allegation From Corona Committee” Bright Light News – Published September 23, 2022

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