1. European Parliament discusses the irregularities in the Berlin State elections
2. There are much more disturbing photos than this one of the designer at Balenciaga, the clothing store that runs adds with pedophilic imagery
This photo goes part way to explaining this story. The other photos at GateWay Pundit and I think Tucker Carlson showed some last week, go the rest of the way to explaining this story.
Now, a member of a worldwide street art crew, which has hundreds of artists as members, has sorted Balenciaga’s shop windows in New Bond Street in Central London.
This art protest campaign is called ‘Luxury Vandalism,’ (LV).
According to the artist, Joe Bloggs, more stores will be visited in due course.
“I took this action because I was so disgusted by their photo shoot, which clearly was exploiting children, exposing them to extreme adult sexual practices (BDSM), and had hidden references to child porn and even BAAL, who was a child sacrifice god,” Bloggs told The Gateway Pundit.
Google provided investigators with location data for more than 5,000 devices as part of the federal investigation into the attack on the US Capitol.
The FBI’s biggest-ever investigation included the biggest-ever haul of phones from controversial geofence warrants, court records show. A filing in the case of one of the January 6 suspects, David Rhine, shows that Google initially identified 5,723 devices as being in or near the US Capitol during the riot. Only around 900 people have so far been charged with offenses relating to the siege.
The filing suggests that dozens of phones that were in airplane mode during the riot, or otherwise out of cell service, were caught up in the trawl. Nor could users erase their digital trails later. In fact, 37 people who attempted to delete their location data following the attacks were singled out by the FBI for greater scrutiny.
Geofence search warrants are intended to locate anyone in a given area using digital services. Because Google’s Location History system is both powerful and widely used, the company is served about 10,000 geofence warrants in the US each year. Location History leverages GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth signals to pinpoint a phone within a few yards. Although the final location is still subject to some uncertainty, it is usually much more precise than triangulating signals from cell towers. Location History is turned off by default, but around a third of Google users switch it on, enabling services like real-time traffic prediction.
Advice to anyone planning to attend a legal peaceful protest, or just a peaceful protest, click here. Anyone planning an illegal event, don’t.
4. The following video is very harsh. It APPEARS to be a woman forced to give birth on her feet outsdie a “People’s Hospital” in China because she didn’t have a Covid test report. There is no reason to think this isn’t true given what they do over there to their own people as a matter of course. But it could just be a woman giving birth.
Graphic warning! I cried when watching this. Woman forced to labor standing in front of Gulan People's Hospital in Gulan County, Luzhou City, #Sichuan Province, #CCPChina as she didn't have a #COVID test report!
This is a shame to entire humankind!#ChinaUprising #chinaprotest pic.twitter.com/cwN6ndaiDM
— Jennifer Zeng ?? (@jenniferzeng97) November 29, 2022
5. Chinese protestors hold up white paper as protest signs. My guess would be to protest censorship and lack of freedom. Anything else is speculation. Even my guess is, but it fits better than anything unrelated to censorship.
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