Monthly Archives: September 2020

British zoo separates parrots who won’t stop swearing at visitors

“When a parrot tells tells you to `f– off’ it amuses people very highly” 

Adidas Touts Donations To Minnesota Freedom Fund, Which Bailed Out Convicted Domestic Abusers, Man Accused Of Sexually Penetrating Child


Quebec network of romance fraudsters dismantled

The Sûreté du Quebec announced this week that they dismantled a vast network of romance fraudsters. On September 15, the Quebec provincial police made a dozen arrests in the regions Quebec City, Montreal, and the Outaouais in connection with the alleged romance scams. The police said the fraudsters allegedly targeted mostly elderly people using phishing methods. The romance scams had been going on for years and allegedly defrauded at least 50 victims out of about $2.3 million in total. The fraudsters are accused of having international ties. In Côte d’Ivoire, the local police also announced arrests relating to the Quebec romance scam network.

65 Israeli wines win medals in Decanter World Wine Awards

The Oscars of wine awards recognizes products of 18 Israeli wineries, bestowing six gold medals, 31 silvers and 28 bronzes.

New device predicts epileptic seizures one hour ahead

Israeli researchers have developed a prototype of a wearable device that predicts epileptic seizures based on machine-learning algorithms, and generates an advance warning of an upcoming seizure an hour before onset.

Ontario Legislature cancels Chinese flag-raising event following outcry

The Ontario Legislature cancelled an event that would have flown the flag of the People’s Republic of China on Wednesday to commemorate China’s National Day, a gesture that drew heavy criticism given the two Canadians who remain locked up by Beijing on what Ottawa calls unlawful grounds.

Old punks never die – they just become conservative

I interviewed John Lydon once, years ago. The interview lasted about a minute and a half, after which he called me a “f***-arse liar” and hung up the phone. Funnily enough, we didn’t run it in the magazine.

The London-born Sex Pistols and PiL singer-songwriter was never going to be fast-tracked into the diplomatic corps, so it’s not hugely surprising that he’s now at it again, offending people by wearing a Donald Trump T-shirt.

The Sex Pistols first gained notoriety to many people by swearing on British television, something shocking and obscene in 1976, and the whole MO of the band was to cause as much outrage as possible.

So it’s not entirely surprising that someone who tends to be very disagreeable and averse to authority and prevailing opinion is showing support for Trump, which is pretty much the 2020 equivalent of swearing at Bill Grundy.

If you’re averse to authority in 1970s England, you’re going to mock the Queen, call Britain fascist and use lots of words that offend old people. If you’re averse to authority in 2020s England, you’re going to say the things that offend people on Radio 4, because it’s those voices that have power.

You might not agree with what Lydon says, but it is authentically rebellious in the way that countless musicians and artists solemnly showing their support for BLM — the approved, high-status, corporate-backed ideology of the day — is not.

Lydon has previously backed Brexit — “the working class has spoken” as he said — which, again, might be wrong or bad or misguided in people’s view, but it is what you’d expect of someone averse to the respectable ruling ideas of the time. In that he is similar to his contemporary and fellow second-generation Irish musician, Morrissey, who has upset many former fans with his opposition to immigration.

Both Morrissey and Lydon have also commented on the destructive impact of modernist architecture on their communities. The former Smiths singer recalled: 

In a way it was like having one’s childhood wiped away. In Queen’s Square, my grandmother occupied the fourth house. We occupied the fifth house. And the sixth house was occupied by my mother’s sister and her family. So it was a very strong community and it was very tight. Very solid. And it was also quite happy. – MORRISSEY

Lydon meanwhile features in a video where he goes around the capital on a bus complaining — totally correctly — about the architectural horrors inflicted on our city, all of which is “destroying our history”.

I would never say something as cringey as “conservatism is the new punk” — and if I ever did, it’s a signal that I’ve been kidnapped — but if you do have a certain personality type, and can’t stand the sort of narcissistic, sanctimonious sermonising associated with respectable political opinion, then you will at least do your best to try to upset them.


IDF tweet Hezbollah missile stockpile coordinates

“Here are the coordinates to put in your Waze,” the tweet said. “Let’s hope the journalists get there before Nasrallah’s moving trucks do.”

Chinese dairy investor pressed Canada to ‘mitigate the risk’ of new NAFTA

Chinese asked Canada to limit competition

George Soros Intervenes Again, This Time Pumping $1.5 Million Into Los Angeles County D.A. Race

A campaign report reveals philanthropist George Soros is funding efforts to replace Los Angeles County’s district attorney with a more progressive alternative in November. The New York billionaire recently made a $1.5 million contribution to a political action committee backing the reform-minded challenger, according to the Friday filing.

Project Veritas Releases Another Ilhan Omar Video Showing Cash for Votes Harvesting Scheme

“We don’t care illegal.”…”We are taking the money and we’ll vote for you” “@IlhanMN is the one who came up with all this”

Biden Camp Refuses Pre-Debate ‘Inspection’ For Earpieces, Requests Breaks Every 30 Minutes

He’s fine:

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has requested two breaks during Tuesday’s 90-minute debate — and said he will not submit to a pre-debate inspection for electronics.

We also know, of course, the Trump campaign has been asking and been denied a performance enhancing drug test, as the Biden campaign now says they won’t provide a sample,”

This Guy Wonders Why He Can’t Teach Kindergarteners Anymore

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VIDEO: Armed Louisville KY Business Owner stood up to BLM punks, business later fire bombed

Joe Biden has ‘never met or seen a photo of his granddaughter, 2, while her dad Hunter is worth $156m and unemployed’

PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Joe Biden has a two-year-old granddaughter who he has never met or even seen a photo of, according to court documents.

Joe’s wayward son Hunter, the father of the toddler, is also said to be worth $156million – bombshell paperwork filed in a paternity claim alleges – but despite the millions it is claimed he “dragged out” reaching a settlement for child support over several months.

California will house transgender inmates by gender identity

What could go wrong?

VIDEO: Alleged BBLM Terrorist Drives Through Counter-protesters; Arrested for Attempted Murder

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Tatiana Turner 

‘Shocking’: How phoney Sikh temples are taking advantage of religious immigrants

Sikh representatives say the federal government has long ignored their warnings about the unique form of immigration fraud

Project Veritas Exposes Ilhan Omar Allies in Alleged Ballot Harvesting Operation in Minnesota

Project Veritas has released the results of an investigation into alleged ballot harvesting by supporters of Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar in Minnesota, a key swing state in the 2020 presidential election.

Video footage captured by Project Veritas shows an operative, Liban Mohamed, bragging about collecting hundreds of ballots.

“Numbers do not lie. Numbers do not lie. … You can see my car is full. All these here are absentee ballots. Can’t you see? Look at all these; my car is full,” Mohamed can be heard saying in the video.

VIDEO: How to shut up a Marxist

VIDEO: View from the left: What Obama got away with

Atlanta BLM founder arrested for fraud and money laundering

Sir Maejor Page, 32, was accused Friday of misappropriating $200,000 in donations he solicited through Facebook on behalf of Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta

University student sues after suspension for a year for sexual assault allegation against him that was contradicted by witnesses

A black male student at Long Island University was suspended for a year after a white female student kissed him at a party and later claimed he sexually assaulted her. She told three different versions of the story, all of which were either contradicted by witnesses – including her own friends – or not corroborated.

The male student, referred to as John Doe in his lawsuit against LIU, said that the female student, referred to as Jane Roe, kissed him without affirmative consent (as New York requires) “in front of many witnesses” in a dorm room, The College Fix reported.

After kissing John, Jane later allegedly panicked because she had kissed him in such a public way and that it would get back to her boyfriend, so the next day she filed a Title IX complaint accusing John of forcing her to perform oral sex on him. She then claimed he “pulled” her into a room and held her down to continue kissing her, adding that her roommate had to pull John off of her. In her third version, she claimed John assaulted her behind a “wall” of dressers in a dorm room.

Witnesses told LIU that John and Jane were never alone at the party. Jane’s roommate said she never had to pull John off Jane and in fact saw them walking “one-behind-the-other.” Her other claims suggested witnesses observed the sexual assaults as they were in crowded rooms, yet no one confirmed Jane’s claims. The claim about the dressers should have been easily disproved, as no such “wall” existed in any dorm room since they were furnished by the university.

The investigation consisted of the Title IX coordinator, Jean Anne Smith, acting as the alleged advocate for both John and Jane, investigator, judge, and the person who chose John’s sanctions. Smith worked with another investigator, Nicole Thomas, who according to John withheld information from him and didn’t explain what rights he had in the investigation, such as his right to present witnesses. He said their interviews of witnesses were “cursory and brief” and ignored “key inconsistencies and contradictions.”

John argues in his lawsuit that the investigators didn’t explain why they found Jane credible. He says he wasn’t allowed to hear her testimony or cross-examine any witnesses.


Hilarious: Someone Swiped the BLM Snack Van and People Have Thoughts

Don’t you know? private ownership is a capitalist concept and must be abolished. Apparently starting with your van.

Iran in turmoil as rial goes into free fall

New reports suggest that Iran’s rial has lost at least 49% of its value so far in 2020, a devastating collapse of the local unit. As such, the rial is now effectively one of the most worthless currencies in the world, inferior even to the Iraqi dinar and Pakistani rupee.

Trump approves $22-billion railway between Alaska and Alberta

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued an executive permit allowing a $22-billion international railway to be built between Alaska and Alberta.

“Based on the strong recommendation of @SenDanSullivan and @repdonyoung of the Great State of Alaska, it is my honor to inform you that I will be issuing a Presidential Permit for the A2A Cross-Border Rail between Alaska & Canada. Congratulations to the people of Alaska & Canada!” the president tweeted Friday.

A2A Rail vice chair Mead Treadwell said the so-called A2A Railway will succeed where others have failed, because markets are hungry for resources that Canada produces, but can’t export quickly enough to meet demand.

Syrian minister accuses Turkey of being one of region’s ‘main sponsors of terror’

Syria’s foreign minister accused Turkey on Saturday of being “one of the main sponsors of terror” in his country and the region, and said it is guilty of “a war crime and a crime against humanity” for cutting water to more than a dozen towns that resisted Turkish occupation.

University of Toronto receives single largest gift in Canadian history from James and Louise Temerty to support advances in human health and health care

The transformational gift from the Temerty Foundation, established by James and Louise Temerty, will support advances in machine learning in medicine; biomedical research and collaboration across Toronto’s health-science network; innovation, commercialization and entrepreneurship; equity and accessibility in medical education; and the creation of a new state-of-the-art Faculty of Medicine building for education and research.

Hamas denies agreement with Fatah on elections

Hamas denied on Saturday that it has reached agreement with its rivals in Fatah to hold new elections for the Palestinian Authority presidency and parliament, the Palestine Legislative Council.

The denial came two days after Jibril Rajoub, Secretary-General of the Fatah Central Committee, announced that his faction and Hamas reached agreement on holding the long overdue elections based on the system of proportional representation.

David Horowitz: The Civil War Started When Democrats Seceded From the Union in 2016

Five days after the 2016 election there was a meeting at the Mandarin Oriental, which is a very posh hotel in Washington, D.C. It was organized by George Soros and there were something like 400 people there including Nancy Pelosi, Elizabeth Warren, Soros, Bernie Sanders, the Occupy Wall Street communists, the whole range of the left. What they did is form what they called a “resistance” to Trump—you remember, 70 Democrats boycotted the inauguration. This is sedition.

Ron Howard Says Oscar-Winning ‘A Beautiful Mind’ ‘Probably Wouldn’t Have Qualified’ Under New Academy Diversity Quotas

Controlling artists — how liberal

Trump rips Gov. Cuomo over plan to slow-walk a COVID-19 vaccine in New York

“Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York wants to put New York at the END of the Vaccine List in that he doesn’t trust the FDA or Federal Government, even though the Vaccines are being developed by the finest Labs in the World” 

VIDEOS: ‘We Are Going to War:’ Some Armed Protesters Gather in Louisville Days After Officers Shot

If it’s war they want…..

Democrats Launch Smear Attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s Adopted Children

Democrats began smearing Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Friday night before President Donald Trump even nominated her to become the next Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, which he is expected to do on Saturday afternoon.

Dana Houle, a Democrat activist who was once a chief of staff on Capitol Hill to a Democrat lawmaker, tweeted Friday night that he hopes Barrett is investigated over the children she and her husband adopted from Haiti. “I would love to know which adoption agency Amy Coney Barrett & her husband used to adopt the two children they brought here from Haiti,” Houle wrote.

“So here’s a Q: Does the press even investigate details of Barrett’s adoptions from Haiti?” Houle wrote in a follow-up tweet. “Some adoptions from Haiti were legit. Many were sketchy as hell. And if the press learned they were unethical & maybe illegal adoptions, would they report it? Or not bc it involves her children”

In a third follow-up tweet, Houle added: “Would it matter if her kids were scooped up by ultra-religious Americans, or Americans weren’t scrupulous intermediaries & the kids were taken when there was family in Haiti? I dunno. I think it does, but maybe it doesn’t, or shouldn’t.”


Spotify really does employ some gutless hacks.

Judge denies motion to dismiss defamation lawsuit over HuffPost story involving Brett Kavanaugh

A federal judge has refused to dismiss a Mississippi man’s defamation lawsuit against the news website HuffPost over a 2018 story on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s days at Georgetown Prep school.

Gulfport professor and advocate Derrick Evans’ lawsuit was filed in August 2019 in U.S. District Court in Gulfport against and its former journalist, Ashley Feinberg.

The lawsuit said HuffPost and Feinberg repeatedly defamed Evans and friend Douglas Kennedy to a nationwide audience in September 2018 by falsely asserting they helped arrange the purchase and delivery of cocaine at Georgetown Prep that resulted in the April 1984 death of David Kennedy, Douglas’ brother and the son of the late U.S. attorney general and senator, Robert F. Kennedy.

ashley feinberg – Puff HO

Whatever happened to Kamala Harris?

“A reminder that it has been 42 days since Harris was tapped as the VP pick. There are 42 days until election day. The senator has not once formally taken questions from the press”

Lebanon’s PM designate resigns amid impasse with Hezbollah, Amal

In case you’re compelled to sympathize with Lebanon’s struggles, remember, these idiots have allowed their country to be taken over by Iran’s shiite terrorists

Switzerland gets ready to vote on ending free movement with EU

Switzerland decided long ago not to join the EU, but it does want access to Europe’s free-trade area, and it wants to co-operate with Brussels in areas like transport, the environment, and research and education. The price for this is to sign up to the EU’s major policy “pillars” including free movement, and Schengen open borders.The EU has consistently told the Swiss there will be no cherry-picking: leaving free movement would mean leaving those lucrative trade arrangements too.

The Democrats Have ALWAYS Been The Racist Party, They Were The Party Of Slavery

Marxists: Why is Unifor hiding details of the Ford Canada “pattern” contract?

Speaking like a representative of corporate management, Unifor President Jerry Dias claimed Tuesday that the tentative agreement reached with Ford Canada was “historic.” He bragged about the “home run” hit by his negotiating team in securing $1.8 billion Canadian dollars in corporate investment and government handouts to retool the threatened Oakville Assembly Plant for eventual electric car production—even though there is as of yet no final deal between Ford and the provincial and federal governments.

Behind all the hype, the most striking thing about Tuesday’s press conference was Unifor’s failure to provide even the most basic information about the tentative agreement.

All the ducks, dives and pirouettes performed by Dias during his announcement were a desperate effort to conceal the fact that Unifor negotiators have agreed to wage restraint, concessions on benefits and work rules, the continuation of the hated two-tier system (with at best a few tweaks) and the proliferation of temporary part-time employees combined with continuing permanent job losses at the cornerstone Oakville operation.

If Unifor and Dias get their way, the 6,300 Ford Canada workers will not be allowed to even lay eyes on a copy of the contract before being herded onto the electronic voting page at this Sunday’s online ratification meeting. Instead, in line with the union’s long-standing anti-democratic procedures, workers will be provided a presentation of contract “highlights” by way of a self-serving slide show. Workers, watching at home on their smart phones and laptops, will not have any opportunity to reflect on the deal and discuss it with workmates, let alone see the hundreds of pages of fine print.

Autoworkers must act now to ensure that such a travesty does not occur! They should oppose Unifor’s sham ratification process, demand that the contract be released in full, and insist workers be accorded a period of at least one week to study and discuss the contract before any vote is held. To fight for these demands, workers in every plant should establish a rank-and-file committee independently of and in opposition to the pro-corporate Unifor to advance their own demands and unify their struggle with their class brothers and sisters in the United States and Mexico.

Such a struggle would find broad support among autoworkers across the Detroit Three’s operations in Canada and beyond. In the United States, autoworkers have already begun establishing such committees to combat the corrupt UAW’s connivance with corporate management to return the auto plants to “normal” production amid a raging pandemic. Mexican workers, meanwhile, played a major role in the rank-and-file protests that swept North America in the early stages of the pandemic and forced a temporary shutdown of production.

About 1,800 autoworkers have already signed a petition demanding Unifor release the tentative contract in full and provide workers ample time to study it before voting. Dias, in a recent interview with Automotive News, arrogantly dismissed both this legitimate demand and his own membership. “I don’t chase mice when I’m hunting elephants,” he said when asked for his view of the petition.

If Unifor persists with its plans to ram through its Ford Canada deal this weekend, workers should massively vote “No.” Unifor’s refusal to allow workers to even see the proposed contract—denying them the democratic right to know what they are voting on—is itself reason enough to vote the agreement down.

SICKENING: SJW asks for help days after animal cruelty arrest: ‘Lori come help me. I can’t do it alone’

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Tweet of the day

Missing Boy Found Dead After Family, Friends Barred From Searching Due to COVID Lockdown

A teenage boy with autism was found deceased near Melbourne, Australia, over 32 hours after he had gone missing — and after his family and local residents were ordered to call off searching due to draconian coronavirus rules.

William Wall, 14, embarked on his daily run at approximately 6:45 am on Tuesday morning but never came home, his family said.

A massive search effort was launched, with family and friends joining authorities to look for William.

Victoria Police eventually told civilians they could no longer participate and must return home, or risk violating current rules barring state residents from traveling more than five kilometers from their homes.

VIDEO: Perfectly stable domestic terrorist of the day

Think of the self-restraint necessary not to bash this guy’s face in

Soccer mom turns to Satanism because of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death

A “40-something attorney and mother who lives in a quiet neighborhood with a yard and a garage full of scooters and soccer balls” claims that she has “turned to Satanism” because of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

“I am not the type of person who would normally consider becoming a Satanist,” Smith wrote, “but these are not normal times.”

Published in the Huffington Post, the op-ed talks about how the Smith is afraid of political changes in the USA, and how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death and her possible replacement are a source of anxiety for her.

The Left’s New Radicals And The Big Money Behind Them

A former Clinton flunkie may not be what springs to mind when one thinks of the radical Left, but it’s time to correct that.

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Twitter allowing Chinese media to threaten Taiwan’s leader

Twitter appears to have allowed a state-affiliated media outlet in China to make violent threats against Taiwan and its leader, and critics say the tech platform’s inaction on the matter is part of a wider pattern of double standards with its policies.

Last Friday, The Global Times, which Twitter has labeled as “China state-affiliated media” appeared to be threatening war against Taiwan after President Tsai Ing-wen pledged deeper ties with the United States after visiting with U.S. Under Secretary of State, Keith Krach.

“Voice:Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen, who pledged deeper ties with the US at a dinner for a visiting senior State Department official,is clearly playing with fire,” tweeted The Global Times. “If any act of her provacation violates the Anti-Secession Law of China, a war will be set off and Tsai will be wiped out.”

Feel-good video of the day: Seattle cop rolls bike over terrorist’s head during Breonna Taylor demonstration

So good

Brown University Researcher Demands Airbnb Refund Over Trump Signs

A Brown University researcher demanded a refund from Airbnb over “Trump yard signs and other white nationalist symbols” she and her husband saw when they reached their rented house in Maine, according to Twitter posts.

Carycruz M. Bueno, a research associate at Brown University’s Annenberg Institute, said she was “scared for my life and family safety” after she and her husband saw the signs supporting President Donald Trump when they reached their Airbnb, according to her Twitter posts

Bueno said in her Twitter posts: “I shouldnt have to pay to stay at a place i dont feel safe and @AirbnbHelp at minimum should give me a full refund/voucher for all the trauma this experience has caused.”

Carycruz M. Bueno