Reader’s Links for November 4th, 2022

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    • Thank you Tamara Lich.

      Hitler said “What good fortune for governments that the people do not think”.

      “The greatest masses of the people will more easily fall victim to a big lie than a small one”.

      “The victor will never be asked if he told he truth”.

      “Our strategy is to destroy the enemy from within, to conquer him through himself”.

      * * *“To be a leader means to be able to move masses”.

      You, my dear, have shown the global clowns, that you moved the masses. Far, far more Canadians stand with you, than the liars, the ignorant ones and the absolute cowards in the Canadian government can imagine. Stay strong.

  1. Am Not Suicidal” – Kari Lake Responds Hillary Clinton’s Criticism Over Comments About Nancy And Paul Pelosi (VIDEO)
    By Jordan Conradson
    Published November 4, 2022 at 7:45am

    Trump-Endorsed Arizona Gubernatorial Nominee Kari Lake responded to Hillary Clinton accusing her of laughing at Paul Pelosi on Thursday, telling the world, “I’m in perfect health. My brakes on my car are in good shape, and I am not suicidal.”

    Many who have been close to the Clinton family have allegedly died mysteriously or “committed suicide” over the years

  2. Op-Ed: Is The Biden Administration Targeting Elon Musk? (VIDEO)
    By Jordan Conradson
    Published November 4, 2022 at 7:00am
    The last several weeks have been turbulent for the world’s most famous self-described “free speech absolutist.”

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    In an astounding coincidence, just days after he publicly pushed for peace between Russia and Ukraine, the Biden Department of Justice announced its investigation into Musk’s acquisition of Twitter and his satellite-powered internet provider SpaceX. While the court filing never specified what Musk was under investigation for, it did (however predictably) cite “national security” concerns.

  3. paul j watson – Conspiracy Author David Icke Banned From EU, Labeled a “Terrorist”

    Was set to speak at event in Amsterdam this weekend.

    Conspiracy author David Icke has been banned from entering the EU and designated as a “level three terrorist,” according to his son Gareth Icke.

    The public speaker and former BBC television host was due to attend an event in Amsterdam this weekend, but will now reportedly be prevented from entering any country in the European Union for a period of two years.

    “Received an email from the Dutch. My dad, David Icke, has been banned from entering the EU for two years,” tweeted Gareth Icke. “They claim he is a “level three terrorist,” he added.

    “The old man is banned from entering the Netherlands,” wrote Icke in another tweet. “Zero convictions, zero crimes committed. Banned by the government. Wow.”

    Icke had been set to feature at an event called Together for the Netherlands, but far-left activist groups complained to the government and demanded he be barred from entering the country.

    The municipality of Amsterdam also asked the Dutch IND (Immigration and Naturalisation Service) “to investigate whether Icke can be refused entry to the country,” an appeal that was apparently successful.

    The municipality complained that Icke had made “anti-Semitic statements in the past that are unacceptable and deeply hurtful,” although it didn’t cite any specific examples.

    The same authority even asked that if Icke had been allowed into the country, his speech at the event “be closely monitored by the Public Prosecutor to assess whether criminal statements are being made.”

    Questions about the event were also asked in the Dutch parliament.

    It remains to be seen what justification Dutch authorities actually used to ban Icke from speaking in the country, and why the ban also reportedly applies across the entire European Union.

    Icke was previously deplatformed by multiple Big Tech platforms for opposing lockdown and vaccine mandates.

    Some respodents to the news asserted that Icke had been banned for being outspoken against former Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his role within the World Economic Forum.

    twitter @Resist_05

    This is why the Netherlands has banned David Icke from entering the country…

    deeming him a level 3 terrorist…

    because he exposed Mark Rutte and the WEF plans…

    + 1 min 15 video


    David Icke Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory | The Danger of Covid 19 Misinformation

  4. CITY IN CRISIS: LAWLESS SAINT LOUIS, PART ONE: St. Louis Police Operating at Less than Half Strength – Not Enough Cops to Respond to 911 Calls as Crime Skyrockets
    By Jim Hoft
    Published November 4, 2022 at 8:30am

    Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) insider agreed to speak with Gateway Pundit confidentially. According to this Source, the public are being placed in danger because of STL Circuit Attorney (prosecutor) Kim Gardner’s ideological insanity and Mayor Tishaura Jones’ failure to take law enforcement seriously.

    Gardner, one of the George Soros-funded zealot prosecutors across the nation who are ideologically dedicated to NOT prosecuting crime, was originally elected in 2017. Since then, most attorneys in her office quit in protest.

    Gardner is infamous not only for her participation in the nakedly corrupt 2018 coup d’etat against then Governor Eric Greitens (among the worst stains on Missouri politics in its history) but also for maintaining a blacklist of an estimated 300 police officers.


  5. WATCH: “I Wasn’t Anywhere Near The Capitol On January 6” – Kari Lake Smacks Fake News CBS Hack When Asked About Vicious Attack Ad Blaming Her For The Death Of A Capitol Police Officer Who Died AFTER J6
    By Jordan Conradson
    Published November 4, 2022 at 9:30am

    CBS hack reporter tried to corner Trump-Endorsed Arizona Gubernatorial Nominee Kari Lake yesterday by asking her about a new attack ad featuring the mother of former capitol police officer Brian Sicknick.

    Officer Brian Sicknick died following the riot at the US Capitol on January 6th from a stroke.

    The Gateway Pundit reported that the demonic left brought out Brian Sicknick’s mother to lie about Kari Lake and blame her for his death.

    Kari Lake was a news reporter at the time in Arizona.

  6. WaPo -Pfizer says new booster shot increases omicron-fighting antibodies

    Pfizer announced Friday that its updated coronavirus booster shot targeting the omicron variant succeeded in strengthening the body’s army of disease-fighting antibodies, even as questions persist about the vaccine’s continued effectiveness against a swarm of later-generation versions of omicron.

    The findings reinforce the public health message that the new bivalent boosters, which were rebooted in September to match newer omicron subvariants, could help protect people this fall and winter.

    “Based on all the data we now have in hand, we have confidence in the bivalent covid-19 vaccines and their ability to create better protection against covid-19, including these currently circulating variants, than the original vaccine would have,” Peter Marks, director of the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said. He urged the public to consider getting the updated booster ahead of Thanksgiving.

    Pfizer presented the data in a news release, and it has not been peer reviewed or published.

    The news release does not directly address a concern raised by small studies over the last week that immune-evading variants that have recently emerged and are quickly taking over appear to be far better at eluding the virus-fighting antibodies generated by the booster.

    One of the most threatening new variants gaining ground in the United States, BQ.1.1, is related to BA.5, a component of the new booster, so Marks said he was hopeful the bivalent vaccine would hold up, particularly against severe illness and hospitalization.

    The new data also adds to, but does not resolve, an ongoing scientific debate about the extent to which the new boosters are better than the old boosters. This remains a critical issue for scientists to sort out as they design a long-term vaccine strategy against the virus. But this technical debate is largely separate from the public health issue of whether to get a booster. The old boosters have been replaced by the bivalent shots, with the exception of the Novavax vaccine, and the Pfizer data shows the new shots provide a meaningful boost to antibodies, a key line of immune defense.

    The new vaccine strengthened omicron-blocking antibody levels over baseline in adults of all ages — a 9.5-fold increase in adults younger than 55 and a 13.2-fold increase in older adults.

    In adults older than 55, the new booster provoked a stronger immune response against BA.4 and BA.5 than the original booster, although it was unclear whether the difference, measured in laboratory tests, would provide a meaningful difference in how well people were protected.

    It was unclear if the new shot also provoked a stronger response in younger adults than the old booster, because there was no comparison group of younger adults that received the original shot.

    A month after vaccination, the new booster triggered a fourfold increase in omicron-blocking antibody levels against the BA.4/BA.5 version of omicron compared with the old booster in older adults. That is an advantage, but scientists have varying opinions on whether it will make a difference in whether people are likely to fall ill.

    Some scientists have argued that a 10-fold difference would probably be clinically meaningful. Marks said a fourfold increase in antibodies over the original vaccine may protect people better against symptomatic infection and increase the durability of protection because antibodies, which decay over time, would be receding from a higher initial level.

    The bivalent boosters clearly strengthen immunity and are a critical tool going into a possible winter surge, but they have also raised questions about how to design the best vaccine strategy for a population that has a varied history of infection and vaccination going forward.

    “There needs now to be a serious rethink about national covid vaccine policy. Chasing variants with booster redesigns clearly isn’t a sustainable solution,” said John P. Moore, a professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine who has been critical of the formulation chosen for the omicron-specific booster.

    Adoption of the updated boosters has been disappointing so far. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 10 percent of people 18 and older have received a new booster. Low booster coverage is especially worrisome among adults 65 and older, who are at increased risk of coronavirus complications because of age. About 23 percent of people in that age group have received the new boosters.


    Updated Pfizer booster is 3 to 4 times more effective against COVID-19 than original shot

    • NOVEMBER 01 2022 – 2022 CED Distinguished Leadership Awards: Albert Bourla

      Albert Bourla, the Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc., accepts the CED Distinguished Leadership Award.

      The CED Annual Distinguished Leadership Awards Celebration pays special tribute to business leaders and their companies who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in very challenging times and have helped our nation and the communities where they operate navigate the many challenges before us, including: defeating the pandemic, ensuring an economic recovery that provides equal opportunity for all Americans building a more civil and just society and upholding a rules-based international order.

    • twitter @disclosetv

      NEW – TSA has extended the rule that the unvaccinated cannot enter the U.S. until at least January 8 next year for all travelers.

      It directly contradicts CDC’s guidance in treating unvaccinated and vaccinated the same.


      DAILY MAIL – America WILL still demand proof of Covid vaccination to enter the country in 2023 – making it the only country in the West

      The TSA has extended the rule until at least January 8 2023 for all travelers

      The US is one of the last countries to hold on to the rule, alongside China

      It directly contradicts CDC docs treating unvaccinated and vaccinated the same

      CDC’s Dr Rochelle Walensky has admitted that vaccines can’t prevent spread

      Danielle Smith Considering Back Pay For Alberta’s Unvaccinated Workers

    • europravda – Interview: COVID-19 and flu cases surge in Europe as restriction ease

      Euronews spoke to an expert at WHO Europe as COVID-19 and flu cases increase throughout the continent.

    • REBEL NEWS – Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Censorship & Anthony Fauci’s Legacy

      Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discussed Anthony Fauci’s legacy and what the acceleration of the censorship regime means for democracy.

      ( 11 min 42 )

  7. Should Terrorists Who Damage Great Works of Art Face the Death Penalty?
    Or just life in prison without parole?
    By John Zmirak

    November 3, 2022
    The Associated Press reports: “Climate activists targeted Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ with glue and liquid on Thursday.” This isn’t the first such attack. “Earlier this month, climate protesters threw mashed potatoes at a Claude Monet painting in a German museum and a similar protest happened in London, where protesters threw soup over Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ in the National Gallery.” And, of course, for different motives, historic churches are burning all across Europe, by the hundreds. France

  8. Bombshell: NBC Report Contradicts Federal Charging Statement in Paul Pelosi Attack – And Paul Pelosi’s Actions
    By Kristinn Taylor
    Published November 4, 2022 at 9:52am

    An NBC News report Friday morning contradicts details in the federal charging papers against David DePape, 42, about the attack one week ago on Paul Pelosi, the 82-year-old husband of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), at the couple’s San Francisco home. Pelosi was released from the hospital Thursday and returned home where he faces a long recovery from injuries from the hammer attack that required skull surgery and also seriously injured his right arm and hands.

    DePape, an illegal alien from Canada, faces state and federal charges and is being held without bail and has an ICE detainer. DePape reportedly confessed to breaking into the Pelosi home with plans to hold Nancy Pelosi hostage and break her kneecaps. He allegedly tried to take Paul Pelosi hostage instead when told she was not home. Police report DePape had two hammers, zip ties and tape.

    • zero hedge – Pelosi ‘Did Not Declare An Emergency’ – NBC Raises Questions About ‘Unexplained 30 Minutes’ During Attack

      […]”After a ‘knock and announce,’ the front door was opened by Mr. Pelosi. The 82-year-old did not immediately declare an emergency or try to leave his home,” reports NBC. Instead, Pelosi “began walking several feet back into the foyer toward the assailant and away from police.”

      What’s more, Pelosi and attacker David DePape were reportedly alone for 30 minutes.

      […]Of note, NBC News has deleted the clip from their Twitter feed and scrubbed it from their website.

      […]Meanwhile, a neighbor living across from the Pelosis who was awake when the assault took place didn’t hear an alarm or anything unusual.

      “No, not a thing, and you know we were awake at that hour in the morning; my husband was awake. We didn’t even hear sirens,” neighbor Sally McNulty told The Epoch Times.

      […]Pelosi’s failure to call out for help or flee his home was a detail in the court filing that previously raised a red flag to me, and it seems that even NBC News finds it odd. “Why Pelosi didn’t try to flee or tell responding officers he was in distress is unclear,” NBC News’s Miguel Almaguer noted.

      Nevertheless, the report suggested it was unknown whether Pelosi was already injured or what mental state he was in.

  9. bloomberg – US Announces $400 Million in Tanks and Missiles for Ukraine

    The Biden administration announced $400 million in new security assistance for Ukraine, including refurbished Soviet-era T-72 tanks, HAWK air defense missiles and more of the “Phoenix Ghost” drones that have been effective against Russian forces in the east.

    The US and the Netherlands will split the cost of refurbishing 90 T-72 tanks, a job that will be done in the Czech Republic, Defense Department deputy spokeswoman Sabrina Singh told reporters. She said some tanks will arrive before the end of the year.

    While Ukraine has received tanks from Poland and the Czech Republic before, Friday’s announcement marks the first time the US has paid for them since the start of Russia’s invasion in February. That suggests the Biden administration is again easing limits it’s put on the supply of more powerful weapons, something President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has repeatedly pressed for.

    The aid falls under the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, meaning the weapons will be made by defense contractors rather than coming from current US stocks. Friday’s announcement brings the total amount of US security assistance to Ukraine since the start of the invasion to more than $18 billion.

    Ukraine will get 1,100 of the Phoneix Ghost drones and 40 armored river boats. It will also get more of the MIM-23 HAWK missile, a surface-to-air system that Ukraine has been seeking as it has a longer range than the US provided Stingers, Singh said.

    Zelenskiy has been clamoring for more heavy weapons and air-defense systems for Ukrainian forces. In announcing the T-72 deal Thursday, Dutch Defense Minister Kajsa Ollongren said allies “continue to join hands to support Ukrainian forces in the fight against the Russian war of aggression.”


    WaPo – US to send $400 million more to Ukraine in military aid

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. is sending Ukraine $400 million more in military aid and establishing a security assistance headquarters in Germany that will oversee all weapons transfers and military training for Ukraine, the Pentagon announced Friday.

    The new command post, called the Security Assistance Group Ukraine, signals a more permanent, long-term program to continue to aid Kyiv in its fight against Russia, Pentagon spokeswoman Sabrina Singh told reporters at the Pentagon. It will be led by a three-star-level senior officer and have about 300 personnel who will monitor the weapons assistance and training programs, said U.S. Army Europe spokesman Col. Martin O’Donnell.

    The $400 million includes contracts for 1,100 Phoenix Ghost drones, funding to refurbish 45 tanks and an additional 40 riverine boats, among other systems, the Pentagon said.

    The Phoenix Ghost drone is an armed “kamikaze drone” that explodes on contact with its target.

    The T-72 tanks are being pulled from existing defense industry inventory in the Czech Republic — paid for by The Netherlands — and will have advanced optics, communications and armor packages. They are part of a total package of 90 of the T-72 tanks that will be sent to Ukraine through 2023, the Pentagon said.

    This package also includes funds to refurbish Hawk surface-to-air anti-aircraft missiles so they can be provided to Ukraine to assist in its defense against Iranian drones.

    The missile system is no longer in use by the U.S. but the missiles, once refurbished, will give Ukraine another medium-range air defense option, Singh said. Hawk missiles have a longer range than the Stinger anti-aircraft missiles the U.S. has previously provided.

    Because the weapons are being procured through the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative they will not be ready for immediate transfer to Kyiv. Weapons provided through USAI funding are obtained through longer-term industry contracts instead of being drawn from U.S. weapons stockpiles.

    The U.S. has committed more than $18.2 billion in weapons and other equipment to Ukraine since the war began on Feb. 24.

    The new command post is being established as the U.S. is focusing on longer-term efforts to improve accountability for the billions of dollars in U.S. weaponry that has flowed into Ukraine and to ensure it does not fall into the wrong hands.

    Last week the State Department outlined how it is trying to keep some of those more advanced weapons from being pilfered or falling into Russian hands but admitted that ensuring weapons accountability is particularly difficult during an active war and when there is no major U.S. presence on the ground.

    The plan includes limited on-the-ground monitoring by U.S. military personnel, Pentagon spokesman Air Force Gen. Pat Ryder said this week.

    “When and where security conditions permit, a small team comprised of U.S. Embassy Kyiv – Office of the Defense Attaché personnel have conducted multiple inspections of U.S. security assistance deliveries within the last couple months at locations in Ukraine,” Ryder said. “These locations are not near the frontlines of Russia’s war against Ukraine.”

    DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – Preparing Ukraine for winter: Interview with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell

    During a meeting in the German city of Münster, G7 foreign ministers vowed to help Ukraine through the coming winter.

  10. Breaking: NBC Pulls Bombshell Paul Pelosi Report Across Platforms After TGP Report on Contradicting Federal Charging Papers
    By Kristinn Taylor
    Published November 4, 2022 at 12:30pm
    NBC News has pulled their bombshell report Friday morning by Miguel Almaguer on the attack on Paul Pelosi that included details that contradicted the narrative in the federal charging papers against accused attacker David DePape. The video of a report that aired on the Today Show was pulled across several platforms after The Gateway Pundit reported the contradictions-which was not noted by NBC in their report.

    Last weekend a report by NBC a third person wan in the Pelosi home at the time of the attack was walked back.

    The YouTube video originally posted to the Today Show page was made private.

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    • reuters- White House’s Sullivan visits Kyiv, says ‘unwavering’ support to continue

      U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said during a visit to Kyiv on Friday that U.S. support to Ukraine would remain “unwavering and unflinching” following Tuesday’s midterm congressional elections.

      “We fully intend to ensure that the resources are there as necessary and that we’ll get votes from both sides of the aisle to make that happen,” he told reporters during a briefing at the Ukrainian presidential administration.


      US National Security Adviser arrives in Kyiv with an unannounced visit

      According to the message, Ukrainian officials briefed Sullivan on the impact of persistent Russian air strikes at Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, the situation on the battlefield, and military needs of the country’s armed forces.

      In a comment to journalists, Sullivan said that Washington will remain “unwavering and unflinching” in supporting Ukraine after the upcoming midterm elections to the U.S. Congress.

      “We fully intend to ensure that the resources are there as necessary and that we’ll get votes from both sides of the isle to make that happen,” Sullivan said.

      Bloomberg earlier reported that during his first visit to Ukraine since Feb. 24, Sullivan met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his Chief-of-Staff, Andriy Yermak.

      Yermak noted the meeting was “crucial” and productive, adding that Ukraine’s partners “understand the situation completely.”

      On Nov. 4, the United States announced a $400 million security assistance package to Ukraine, which will include 45 refurbished T-72 main battle tanks – in addition to armored personnel carriers, drones, and air defense systems.

  11. DEUTSCHE PRAVDA – Europe’s shifting immigration policy

    Europe was built on the principle of freedom of movement.

    But security politics, xenophobia, unemployment, the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing war in Ukraine are continuously re-defining migration movements, along with the rules that govern them.

    The humanitarian catastrophe caused by the war in Ukraine has resulted in the development of many different reception strategies across the EU. The complexity of this response demonstrates how inconsistent Europe’s answer to immigration and human suffering is.

    While some refugees are welcomed with open arms, others are are turned away.

    Krakow’s population has increased by 50% since Russia attacked Ukraine in February 2022. Meanwhile, Europe has been busying itself with drawing up real and virtual borders that are patrolled by militia.

    But migration is an entirely normal phenomenon. People who leave their home country in search of a better life have shaped the face of the continent for centuries.

    From England to Bulgaria, expats are a core part of Europe’s identity.

    In spite of this, foreign workers frequently face rejection. They are often blamed for national economic decline. Nonetheless, they are a vital element of modern-day Europe:

    In an aging society that depends on migrants to survive, they are the backbone of the labor market.

    But as right-wing and eurosceptic voices rise, these basic facts tend to get lost.

    Now, the war in Ukraine is causing Europe to re-think its position – both ethically and practically. Once again, Europe’s migration policies are facing historical challenges.

  12. Russell Brand & Jordan Peterson Have Heated Gender Debate

    I spoke to Professor Jordan Peterson about the reasons for his Twitter ban and his thoughts around the gender debate.

  13. World Government Summit – Prof. Klaus Schwab – History is at a turning point

    Why Governments Must Act Now?’ Prof. Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum highlighted the importance of constructive, collaborative systems through collaboration and shared cooperation.

    + comments on the YT page

  14. Here We Go: Hillary Clinton Claims States with Highest Crime Levels are Run by Republicans (VIDEO)
    By Jim Hoft
    Published November 4, 2022 at 3:44pm
    Clinton made the statement during their discussion that Republican-run states have the highest crime rates.

    “I want people to be safe. That’s not the Republicans argument, because, of course, if you look at real crime statistics, which they’re not interested in examining, the states with the highest crime levels are states run by Republicans, that’s just a fact,” said Hillary.

  15. Germany’s Foreign Office Ordered Removal of 482-Year-Old Cross in Münster Before Godless G7 Meetings
    By Jim Hoft
    Published November 4, 2022 at 4:15pm

    482-year-old Münster Cross was removed for G7 meetings.

    The Foreign Ministry of Germany removed the ancient cross in Münster Hall for the recent G7 meetings. The Peace of Westphalia was signed in Munster in 1648.

    The Western elites no longer wish to be reminded of their Christian faith or history

    The cross was removed by Annalena Baerbock, a radical member of the Greens.

  16. Biden Announces He’s Going to Shut Coal Plants Down Across America During Major Energy Crisis, Says General Motors Committed to Going “All Electric by 3035” (VIDEO)
    By Cristina Laila
    Published November 4, 2022 at 4:35pm

    Joe Biden on Friday delivered remarks on his CHPIS and Science Act at the Viasat headquarters in Carlsbad, California.

    Desperate Democrats dragged Joe Biden down to San Diego with less than a week to go until Election Day.

    Biden celebrated coal plant workers losing their jobs.

    Attention voters in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado and others: Joe Biden said he’s going to shut down all coal plants.

  17. Attorney Ty Clevenger Proposes Remedy for Congress to Prevent Future Politically Motivated Cases to be Used to Punish Innocent Americans
    By Joe Hoft
    Published November 4, 2022 at 5:02pm

    Attorney Ty Clevenger sent a letter to GOP House member Jim Jordan and GOP Senate member, Charles Grassley. In the letter, Clevenger requests that Congress address the political and corrupt cases being run through corrupt courts across the country.

    The corrupt and now fascist far-left is using the courts to punish their political enemies. Just this week, a corrupt judge in New York agreed with the motion by the corrupt New York AG to put in place a monitor of President Trump’s company.

    The We Build the Wall group was charged with BS crimes in New York and all were harassed and forced into bogus plea deals with one individual facing a corrupt court with a corrupt jury and a corrupt judge.

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