Monthly Archives: June 2021

Youtube demonetizes Bret Weinstein

For discussing Corona vaccine & treatments

China applauds Canadian senators who voted against genocide motion as ‘people of vision’

China’s foreign ministry is praising Canadian senators who voted down a motion to label the Chinese government’s treatment of Uyghurs as genocide — calling them “people of vision” who see through “the despicable schemes of a few anti-China forces.”

A spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry said Wednesday that the defeat of Motion 79 — which called on the Senate to recognize that China’s government is perpetrating a genocide against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims — shows that the “the hype of ‘genocide’ in Xinjiang is unpopular and doomed to fail.”

“We urge some Canadian politicians to respect facts, stop the clumsy trick of attacking China for their selfish political gains, and stop interfering in China’s internal affairs under the pretext of human rights,” said ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin.

“The rejection of the wrong motion on Xinjiang by the Canadian Senate once again shows that the despicable schemes of a few anti-China forces have been seen through by more and more people of vision.”

Twenty-nine senators voted in favour of the motion, 33 senators voted against and 13 abstained.

Microsoft exec: Targeting of Americans’ records ‘routine’

Federal law enforcement agencies secretly seek the data of Microsoft customers thousands of times a year, according to congressional testimony Wednesday by a senior executive at the technology company.

Tom Burt, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for customer security and trust, told members of the House Judiciary Committee that federal law enforcement in recent years has been presenting the company with between 2,400 to 3,500 secrecy orders a year, or about seven to 10 a day.

“Most shocking is just how routine secrecy orders have become when law enforcement targets an American’s email, text messages or other sensitive data stored in the cloud,” said Burt, describing the widespread clandestine surveillance as a major shift from historical norms.

Be Safe: Don’t Visit Your Dying Parent. Don’t Leave Your House. Don’t Get Married. Don’t Have Children. Don’t…

As many observers have noted, staying safe has become a religion. “Safetyism,” as it is sometimes called, like all religions, places what it values — in this case, being safe — above other values. Safetyism explains the willingness of Americans to give up their most cherished values — including liberty — in the name of safety for the last year and a half.

Millions of Americans not only gave up their right to go to work, earn a living, attend church or synagogue, and visit friends and relatives, but they even gave up their right to visit dying relatives and friends. One can assume that nearly every person recorded as having died of COVID-19 died without having a single loved one at their bedside from the moment they entered a hospital until their death. The acceptance of such cruelty — irrational and unscientific cruelty, one might add — can only be explained by the failure of generations of schools and parents to teach liberty, while successfully teaching the worship of safety. If your father had to die alone, it was worth it for the sake of safety; if your mother had to be in what amounted to solitary confinement in a nursing home for more than a year, that, too, was worth it for the sake of safety. And, of course, if political leaders and leaders in science and medicine have to lie for the sake of safety, so be it; truth, too, is less important than safety.

VIDEO: Britney Spears Conservatorship Explained, and It’s ATROCIOUS

Dan Bongino creates new anti-‘cancel culture’ payment platform

Conservative commentator and entrepreneur Dan Bongino launched a new anti-cancel culture payment processing platform Tuesday, AlignPay, to ensure no political campaign, business, or nonprofit organization can have its financial access cut off over political beliefs and opinions.

CNN Loses More Than Half Its Audience in Just Three Months

Between the first and second quarter of 2021, far-left CNN, a hate outlet that spreads conspiracy theories and champions political violence against conservatives, lost more than half of its already minuscule audience.

Follow the science: ‘Deadly’ Delta variant registers a 99.9+% recovery rate

You wouldn’t know it by following the corporate press and the usual suspects who traffic in endless amounts of COVID Mania fear mongering, but the actual data on the much hyped Delta variant (sometimes referred to as the Indian variant) that you keep hearing about doesn’t fit the “deadly” virus narrative that is being advertised to the public.

Trudeau-appointed senator says Canada should not criticize China or its lack of democracy

Woo also said that China’s treatment of Muslims is similar to that of Canada’s treatment of its Indigenous population.

How Communist China drives drugs, violence and inflated housing prices in Canada

It’s a story so shocking it’s hard to believe. A Canadian politician laundering Asian drug money. A crime boss running Chinese gang wars from his Vancouver home. A local fentanyl super-factory capable of killing scores of Canadians. What they all have in common is their link back to Communist Chinese agents, who use criminal syndicates to corrupt Canadian officials, flood Canada’s streets with dangerous drugs, intimidate local Chinese communities, and buy up vast swaths of Canadian real estate. Anthony talks to veteran journalist Sam Cooper, whose bombshell new book, Wilful Blindness: How a Network of Narcos, Tycoons and CCP Agents Infiltrated the West, lays out in gory detail the horrifying story of how Canada is letting this happen.

Huawei device cyberattacks increased in Canada after CFO Meng Wanzhou’s arrest: report

The Public Safety Canada report found that Huawei devices in Canada were targeted using “sophisticated, likely state-sponsored hacks” that enable access to systems like government email servers.

Carolyn Bennett hangs on to her pension and privilege

Even in a government as imperious as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s, Carolyn Bennett’s cheap-shot attack on former colleague Jody Wilson-Raybould stands out as something special.

There’s such economy to it. So much said with so little. A single word — “pension?” — sent in response to Wilson-Raybould’s reaction to the latest residential schools horror, in seeming mockery of her culture and personal credibility.

There’s the timing: A privileged Torontonian attacking an Indigenous woman from British Columbia on a day hundreds of bodies of native children had been found in unmarked graves.

There’s the arrogance: The idea that Wilson-Raybould might be more interested in cementing a fat Parliamentary pension, when Bennett — safely ensconced on the public payroll since 1997 — had long since stopped having to worry about hers.

And the cluelessness: If a padded retirement was Wilson-Raybould’s main concern in life she’d hardly have risked it all by standing up to Trudeau during the SNC-Lavalin scandal, when his bullying treatment earned him his second citation for unethical conduct while she ended up out on her ear. Bennett, the see-no-evil, unquestioning loyalist soldier — reluctant to utter a peep of protest through years of Liberal scandals — questioning the integrity of a woman who put her principles and integrity ahead of the posh cabinet office and ministerial limo she stood to lose (and did).

In a single word, Bennett managed to encapsulate so much of what makes the Trudeau regime so obnoxious to non-believers. The conceit, the sense of privilege and entitlement, the disdain for those who challenge or disagree with it, the apparent belief — so deep in this government’s bones — that it can act however it wants and get away with it thanks to a distracted and disconnected public. The evidently impenetrable belief in its own superiority.

VIDEO: Cram!

Diplomats say China puts squeeze on Ukraine

China pressured Ukraine into withdrawing its support for a call for more scrutiny of human rights in China’s western region of Xinjiang by threatening to withhold Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccines destined for Ukraine unless it did so, diplomats told The Associated Press on Friday.


Pure evil

WATCH: Canadian doctor says banning gatherings prevents spread of ‘misinformation’

“The other purpose of the injunction is to prevent groups that are spreading, deliberately spreading false information that can actually create risk; the information itself, if listened to, creates risks to the public as well. [There’s] a need to manage that misinformation”

Rochester Antifa member pleads guilty for posting IED recipe and inciting riots

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The Death of Gratitude

Gratitude is a conservative value. It allows us to appreciate how things are, what has already been given, and how blessed human life is because of people and actions of the past. The grateful believe that such blessings should be “conserved” for the future, and they do not yearn for utopian, worldly perfection. But to practice gratitude is not to reject progress, for we build civilization on the past—our cultural memory, our political history, and accumulated technical knowledge. To erase these would be a tremendous loss.

Encouraging people to be gracious, and to recognize what others have provided them through no merit of their own, is not about “guilt-tripping” them. It is to encourage a particular way of existing in the world. Gratitude acknowledges the plenitude of goodness that surrounds us every moment of every day in millions of small acts of people we do not know: the mailman, the electrical worker climbing poles in a storm to keep our lights on, and the countless dead Americans who founded the commercial and political institutions that still serve and protect us.

Even in the midst of this annus horribilis, of Zoom classes and quarantines without end, there is a world of people and things for which to be grateful: the scientists who developed new vaccines in record time; the millions of healthcare workers who labored to save others’ lives; the billions of dollars allocated for young people to have computers, wifi, lunches, and other social services; the millions of teachers who devoted long hours to relearning how to teach, online. Now is an ideal time to teach our young people that gratitude is always appropriate, no matter how flawed the world may be, and that gratitude makes human beings more joyful and optimistic about the future, no matter how much misfortune they may have suffered.

NBA, Nike, Apple, Google Silent on China’s Crackdown on Journalists in Hong Kong

The Chinese government’s recent crackdown on journalists in Hong Kong has been met with silence from major U.S. corporations with extensive ties to the Communist regime.

Chinese Media Says Maryland ‘#1 Suspect’ for COVID Origin

China’s state-run Global Times newspaper published an alleged “investigation” on Monday into a U.S. Army laboratory at Fort Detrick, Maryland, which it dubbed the “#1 suspect” in the search for the origin of the Chinese coronavirus.

VIDEO: Leftists Outraged After Popular British Influencer Comes Out As ‘Transracial’ Korean

A British-born influencer announced this week that he is coming out as “transracial” and is now Korean.

In a series of videos he began sharing on June 26, Oli London, who boasts more than 300,000 followers on Instagram, revealed that he has had more than 18 plastic surgeries in order to become Korean and look like BTS singer, Park Ji-min. “Hey guys! I’m finally Korean. I’ve transitioned,” London said in a video posted Monday to Twitter. “I identify as Korean — that’s just my culture, that’s my home country, that’s exactly how I look now,” he added. London also claimed he’s been “trapped in the wrong body for eight years.”

Good news: ISIS skank back in Canada

We look after our Muslim terrorists!


The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) is a filthy organization

Section 13 Rises from the Dead

The “free world” barely pretends to favor free speech these days.

Ban Zionism from Western U campus: Muslim Students Association

Islamonazi infestation in London, Ontario

VIDEO: This Industry has Tripled in 5 Years

VIDEO: Turning the Tables on Turkey in UN’s Anti-Israel Debate

Hamas continues recruiting child soldiers

The terrorist group says the youth need to be ready to make “sacrifices”

B’Tselem activists arrested for torching land in Judea and Samaria


CRTC chairman under fire over one-on-one meetings with big telecom lobbyists

‘Mr. Scott held at least 11 reported solo meetings with Bell, Rogers or Shaw during the course of the CRTC’s open and active file’

HuffPo writer, prominent progressive activist sentenced to 13 years for child sex crimes

Audrey Strauss, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that JOEL DAVIS was sentenced to 156 months in prison for enticing a child to engage in illegal sexual activity, 60 months for possession of child pornography, and 60 months for distribution and receipt of child pornography, all to be served concurrently. DAVIS previously pled guilty on January 16, 2020, before United States District Judge George B. Daniels, who also imposed the sentence.

U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said: “As he previously admitted, Joel Davis, founder of a non-profit called ‘Youth to End Sexual Violence,’ admitted to engaging in the very abhorrent behavior he had publicly pledged to fight. Davis, who also claims to be a Nobel Prize nominee for his work with his organization, engaged in sex acts with a minor, recording them, and distributing that recording to others – including an undercover FBI agent. Sex with minors is obviously never permissible, acceptable, or justifiable, and by virtue of his non-profit work, Joel Davis was acutely aware of the irreparable harm these crimes inflict on victims. Davis will now serve a lengthy time in federal prison, where he can no longer victimize minors.”

According to the Information and other documents filed in the case to which DAVIS pled, as well as statements made during the plea proceeding:

In or about June 2018, DAVIS used a dating application on his iPhone to entice a fifteen-year-old boy (the “Victim”) to engage in sexual activity with him. On June 13, 2018, DAVIS invited the Victim to his apartment building in Manhattan and engaged in sexual activity with the Victim, despite knowing that the Victim was a minor. DAVIS used his smartphone to film a portion of that conduct and sent the video to at least two others, including an undercover FBI agent.

In addition, between at least in or about May 2018 and June 2018, DAVIS possessed more than 3,700 images and more than 330 videos of child pornography, including numerous images of prepubescent minors who had not attained 12 years of age, and received and distributed material containing child pornography using a cellphone. DAVIS was arrested on June 26, 2018.

In addition to today’s prison sentence, DAVIS, 25, of New York, New York, was sentenced to five years of supervised release.

Ms. Strauss praised the outstanding investigative work of the FBI in this investigation.

Any individuals who believe they have information concerning the exploitation of children may contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation at 1-212-384-1000 or

This case is being handled by the Office’s General Crimes Unit. Assistant United States Attorneys Matthew J.C. Hellman and Juliana N. Murray are in charge of the prosecution.


VIDEO: Lib writes a song about privileged police horses



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Leftists Aghast at Rumors First Openly Gay NFL Player Is a Republican

He was a hero yesterday

Social Media Success Is Driven by Hate

Expressing animosity towards outgroups drives engagement, new research finds.

Critics Warned the Largest Tax Increase in San Francisco History Would Be Ill-Spent. It’s Now Funding $60,000 Tents for the Homeless

When San Francisco voters were considering a 2018 ballot measure that would impose the largest tax increase in city history to fund homelessness services, critics warned that the initiative’s spending plan was vague and unaccountable. Now, a chunk of that money is going to fund some very expensive tents.

On Wednesday, staff for the city’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing went before the Board of Supervisors’ Budget and Appropriations Committee to request $20 million over the next two fiscal years to continue operating six “safe sleeping” tent encampments.

This safe sleeping program was launched early in the pandemic as a way of getting people out of crowded shelters, and into open-air, socially distanced camping sites where the homeless had access to showers, meals, and around-the-clock security.

The total cost of the program in its first year was roughly $18.2 million for around 260 tents, which the San Francisco Chronicle notes is about $61,000 per tent per year or twice the median cost of an apartment in the city.

YouTube takes down Xinjiang videos, forces rights group to seek alternative

A human rights group that attracted millions of views on YouTube to testimonies from people who say their families have disappeared in China’s Xinjiang region is moving its videos to little-known service Odysee after some were taken down by the Google-owned streaming giant

‘Nike Is A Brand That Is Of China And For China’: Nike Chief Executive Reassures China

 “We’ve always taken a long term view. We’ve been in China for over 40 years,” then adding of Nike co-founder Phil Knight, “Phil invested significant time and energy in China in the early days and today we’re the largest sport brand there.”

Portland Police Reassure Concerned Public That Man They Shot Was White

Okay then

Trudeau defends dirtbag, Carolyn Bennett

Birds of a feather

Muslim World ‘Actively Collaborating’ with China Against Uyghurs

Dozens of Muslim-majority countries worldwide have cooperated with Chinese government authorities in recent years to deport ethnic Uyghurs back to China, thereby demonstrating their complicity in China’s “use of transnational repression” against the mainly Muslim group

Worst people in the world launch new campaign against cryptocurrencies

For the good of the public

City of Vancouver endorses lowering voting age to 16 in municipal elections

I can’t even

VIDEO: “That is the easiest question I’ve been asked in Parliament”

Latest report proves again that @Amnesty International is antisemitic

Filthy, Jew hating, terrorist supporting liars

DeSantis Signs Legislation Supporting Intellectual Diversity in Higher Ed With Consequences for ‘Indoctrination’

The bill also allows students to record professors in class

The “Conspiracy Theory” Charade

How government and media use the phrase to suppress opposition

VIDEO: Glenn Greenwald Blasts Media For Rehabilitating Bush Officials and Neocons, From Nicolle Wallace to ‘Lincoln Project Scumbags’

“You know, these news outlets started hiring one after the next of John Brennan and James Clapper and Michael Hayden, who was George Bush’s NSA and CIA chief in the wake of 9/11,” said Greenwald. “And these are the ones who now are being presented as the experts, the oracles of truth, to whom liberals should listen and get their news from.”

VIDEO: Biden’s Aggressive Whispering at Media During Press Conference Raises Eyebrows

He’s fine

RCMP charge 2 Ottawa police officers after ‘months-long’ anti-corruption investigation

The RCMP charged the following individuals:

Haidar El Badry (29) of Ottawa, Ontario (Constable, Ottawa Police Service):

Breach of trust by public officer, contrary to the Criminal Code;
Obstructing justice, contrary to the Criminal Code; and
Causing a person to deal with a forged document, contrary to the Criminal Code.

Mohamed Mohamed (45) of Ottawa, Ontario (Constable, Ottawa Police Service):

Obstructing justice, contrary to the Criminal Code.

Ashley El Badry (29) of Ottawa, Ontario:

Forgery, contrary to the Criminal Code; and
Causing a person to deal with a forged document, contrary to the Criminal Code.

Mohamed Salameh (29) of Gatineau, Quebec:

Dealing with a forged document, contrary to the Criminal Code.