Islamic terror back in the news, treating the problem of childhood heart attacks: Links 2, January 25, 2023

1. German officials say knifeman who stabbed two people to death and wounded seven others in brutal train rampage is a stateless Palestinian

(The Islamic terror line of effort has not stopped. It just hasn’t been in the news much cause Covid/vaxx etc.)

At least two people have been killed and seven more injured in a stabbing rampage on a train in Germany today.

The attacker sparked chaos as he lunged at horrified passengers on board the train from Kiel to Hamburg shortly before 3pm, sending commuters screaming down the carriages as they tried to escape his onslaught.

The bloodbath came to an end when the suspect, a 33-year-old stateless Palestinian man according to officials, was tackled by cops and arrested on a station platform in the town of Brokstedt. 

(Good thing Germans have given up their guns. No danger of stopping a terror attack till police get there and decide which side they are on)

2. 20,000 Defibrillators going into British grade schools.

(Remember when we were kids and classmates would drop dead of a cardiac event and everyone said, “If only we had a defibrillator in every hallway!” Neither do I.

3. Ex-FBI Official Who Helped Launch Crossfire Hurricane Charged With Laundry List Of Crimes

Monday’s news is a body blow to the FBI, which already has two black eyes from the last seven years of scandals.

The Department of Justice unsealed twin indictments on Monday against Charles McGonigal, a former FBI section chief involved in the decision to launch the Crossfire Hurricane investigation against then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Here are six takeaways from yesterday’s news.

(Click through for the story. I know I reference this a lot. But i can’t help it. There was a Babylon Bee headline last year I think of every day: “The FBI discoverers that its harder to solve crimes they don’t actually commit”. The only error with it is they don’t solve those either.)

4. Alex Berenson: British government data reveal very similar Covid hospitalization rates in vaccinated and unvaccinated people in many age groups

(A couple of choice paragraphs)

[…] In some age and risk groups, vaccinated people had higher rates of hospitalization than the unjabbed. For example, healthy 40 to 49-year-olds were more likely to be hospitalized with severe Covid if they had received one or two jabs than none.

[…] The data also show that mRNA boosters are now among the most expensive and useless public health interventions ever tried on healthy adults under 50. That calculation applies even the $30 a jab price paid by governments and even without accounting for any side effects.

[…] Almost one million mRNA boosters to stop one hospitalization requiring oxygen or intensive care in healthy people under 50, using optimisticassumptions about vaccine efficacy.

(He of course is not factoring in the cost of 20,000 defibrillators in UK public schools.)

5. Foreign National Pleads Guilty to Mailing Ricin to President of the United States in 2020

Defendant Also Mailed Threatening Ricin Letters to Texas Law Enforcement Officials

A dual citizen of Canada and France pleaded guilty today to sending a threatening letter containing homemade ricin to then-President Donald J. Trump at the White House in September 2020, and eight similar letters, each containing ricin, to Texas State law enforcement officials.

According to court documents, Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, 55, admitted in the plea agreements that she made ricin at her residence in Quebec, Canada, in September 2020. Ricin is a deadly poison made from castor beans. Ferrier placed the ricin in envelopes containing letters she wrote to then-President Trump at the White House and to eight Texas State law enforcement officials.

Ferrier was detained in the State of Texas for around 10 weeks in the spring of 2019, and she believed that the law enforcement officials were connected to her period of detention. In early September 2020, Ferrier used the Twitter social media service to propose that someone should “please shoot [T]rump in the face.” The letters in the envelopes contained threatening language, and the letter addressed to then-President Trump instructed him to “[g]ive up and remove [his] application for this election.” Ferrier mailed each of the threatening ricin letters from Canada to the United States. Ferrier then drove a car from Canada to the Peace Bridge Border Crossing in Buffalo, New York, on Sept. 20, 2020, where border patrol officials found her in possession of a loaded firearm, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and other weapons.

Thank you all for following these issues with a critical eye on them.

This should give us all cold chills. Notice the only regime that seems to concern her is Russia.

And a Requiem for Comedy


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

One Reply to “Islamic terror back in the news, treating the problem of childhood heart attacks: Links 2, January 25, 2023”

  1. Canadian Transit Union calls for national task force as violent attacks reach ‘crisis level’. Woman stabbed to death on Toronto subway —4 attacks in 5 days.

    Will Justine call for knife control?

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