Italy Arrests 18 People for Allegedly Brainwashing and Selling Children
Reggio Emilia, Italy: Police have arrested 18 people including a mayor, doctors and social workers for allegedly brainwashing vulnerable children into thinking their parents had sexually abused them so they could then be sold to foster parents. Some of the foster parents who paid for the targeted children have been accused of sexually abusing them.
Italian police have arrested 18 people including a mayor, doctors and
social workers for allegedly brainwashing vulnerable children into
thinking their parents had abused them so they could then be sold to
Police in the northern city of Reggio Emilia made the arrests after
an investigation started in 2018 revealed an alleged network of carers
who used methods including electroshock to make the children believe
they had been sexually abused.
The network then allegedly gave the
children to foster families in exchange for cash, while keeping gifts
and letters sent to the children by their real parents hidden in a
warehouse that was discovered by police.
Portland Antifa Assaulted Two Men with Metal Pipes and then Sprayed Them with Mace at Weekend Protest
A brawl broke out, reportedly instigated by the blonde shirtless man, and Antifa members used pepper spray and blunt objects to attack conservative protesters. An elderly man carrying a baton was punched and sprayed with mace, he retaliated, and was beaten to the ground. Antifa claims that the elderly man was the aggressor. Adam Kelly, the man with the red beard, tried to help the older man and was smashed over the head with ‘metal pipes’ and was then sprayed with mace. Kelly received over 25 stitches/staples. Joseph Christian Evans, 34, was identified as one of the Antifa members who allegedly struck Kelly, and he was arrested.
videos out of Portland reportedly show antifa rioters smashed two men
over the head with “metal pipes” before shooting them repeatedly with
The video shows multiple antifa terrorists ganging up on a man with a red beard, later identified as Adam Kelly, by smashing him over the head with “metal pipes” before shooting him twice with mace and kicking him repeatedly.
Here’s a second angle with the beginning also capturing the attack on silver-haired John Blum:
Michelle Malkin shared details of the assaults on Twitter:
thread: Sharing information from my phone interviews tonight with 2
other victims of Antifa assaults: Oregonians Adam Kelly and John Blum,
seen in this video posted by @Lucet_Veritashttps://t.co/ZBWTKMfDwT /a— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) July 1, 2019
John was being pummeled by the mob in the center, Adam was struck in
the head with nunchucks, metal water bottles, some sort of metal rod,
and fists. /c pic.twitter.com/F61rE8tVMh— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) July 1, 2019
cops did come to hospital, took a statement from Adam & opened a
case. He doesn’t blame cops, but “feckless Ted Wheeler,” who also serves
as the city police commissioner, which is a “big conflict of interest.”
Adam’s FB: https://t.co/XHWzKtB2AY /g— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) July 1, 2019
a donation fund for Adam. Just contributed to support those who refuse
to sit on the sidelines while their city is hijacked by anarchists,
domestic terrorists, and SJW enablers ==> https://t.co/XzkQtbPnPO /i— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) July 1, 2019
City Antifa, the group of anarchist militants responsible for
organizing Saturday’s protest in Portland where Andy Ngo was assaulted,
has posts celebrating his attack, and another begging for cash to pay
the bail money for members who were arrested for violence. pic.twitter.com/8nsxzeDI5t— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) June 30, 2019
Here’s a picture allegedly of one of the assailants:
Portland #Antifa Riot: Does anybody know the suspect in this photo?
Charles Koch and George Soros to Team Up and Form Foreign Policy Think Tank
George Soros and Charles Koch are uniting to finance a new foreign-policy think tank, the Quincy Institute for Statecraft (Qi), in Washington, DC, claiming that it will promote an approach to the world based on diplomacy and restraint rather than threats, sanctions, and bombing. However, Soros is known for initiating numerous wars through color revolutions. Critics are concerned that Qi will be used as a position against Trump or to hijack the anti-globalism movement.
George Soros and Charles Koch are joining to finance a new foreign-policy think tank in Washington D.C., reports the Boston Globe. The claim is that it will promote an approach to the world based on diplomacy and restraint rather than threats, sanctions, and bombing.
It will be called the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, an homage to John Quincy Adams, who in a seminal speech on Independence Day in 1821 declared that the United States “goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own.” The Quincy Institute will promote a foreign policy based on this live-and-let-live principle, says The Globe.
The Globe adds:
This is a radical notion in Washington, where every major think tank
promotes some variant of neocon militarism or liberal interventionism.
Soros and Koch are uniting to revive the fading vision of a peaceable
United States…In concrete terms, this means the Quincy Institute will
likely advocate a withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan and
Syria; a return to the nuclear deal with Iran; less confrontational
approaches to Russia and China; an end to regime-change campaigns
against Venezuela and Cuba; and sharp reductions in the defense budget.
Of course, we will have to see if the Institute sticks to the principle
of advocating for a foreign policy of live-and-let-live. If it does, it
will be one of the most important institutes created in at least the
first quarter of the 21st century and be an important part of the
Charles Koch legacy. But you have to wonder. Doesn’t his partner in this
venture, Soros, finance a lot of revolutions and take sides all over
the damn planet? He is almost the anti-Quincy.
One wonders how Justin Raimondo, who passed just four days ago, would have reacted. In one of his last pieces, he wrote:
Charles Koch wants to be liked. Denounced by Senator Harry Reid as the
reincarnation of the 19th century robber barons, demonised by the left
as a symbol of heartless greed, a despoiler of the environment, and the
financier of all things reactionary, the Kansas billionaire has embarked
on a campaign to remake his image and redeem the family name. While the
well-financed network of political action groups and thinktanks he
generously supports are still working on behalf of his libertarian
beliefs, Charles is determined to prove that he’s a Good Samaritan as
well as a political ideologue: the list of good works stretches from
agitating for criminal justice reform to giving generously to the arts
and sciences, ramping up his contributions by many millions of dollars.
Now, we can add co-live and let live advocate with a funder of decidedly
non-live and let live color revolutions. Justin probably hasn’t even
had time to settle in his grave and Charles must have him spinning
Up to this point, the message of a live-and-let-live foreign policy has
been delivered heroically by Justin’s (with Eric Garris) antiwar.com and by a second lone voice The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity,
with no backing from Charles at either organization. Both are dependent
on the support of individual donors who want to hear Antiwar.com and
Ron Paul and his staff deliver into a fierce warmongering wind the
message of the beauty of peace and prosperity.
Video of Danish School Children Chanting Allahu Akbar Triggers Debate. Integration Or Indoctrination?
A video of third-grade Danish students being instructed to recite Islamic prayers prompted harsh criticism. The school cited a 1993 law that requires schools to teach about various world religions and philosophies, saying that the prayer was used for creating understanding. A critic concerned with European identity says that teaching about other religions should not include requiring children to participate in the prayers of those religions. -GEG
The methods of integrating Muslim refugee children into
Denmark’s society is at the center of a fierce debate, after a video of
Danish pupils being trained to recite Islamic prayers prompted harsh
criticism from conservatives.
Defenders of European
identity quickly rushed to condemn ‘Koran indoctrination’ in schools
after a two-minute video surfaced online showing a boy of African
descent teaching his third-grade classmates his daily prayer ritual, all
under the careful guidance of their teacher. The entire exercise ends
with the class kneeling and chanting ‘Allahu Akbar’ (God is great).
The principal of Thyregod school in Vejle municipality defended the teaching methods used during the “getting to know each other” week, where pupils of different backgrounds had a chance to share their culture.
at the legislation, it says that we must spread the knowledge of
different religions, including also the practical understanding, so yes,
I think it was a good way to teach children about religion.
school’s explanation, however, failed to quell critical voices
defending European identity and values, with Stephen Morris, chairman of
the English Democrats North West, having a heated dispute with the
chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, Mohamed Shafiq, on RT.
is the school’s fault in trying to teach people about different
religions. It is one thing teaching them what goes on but getting them
to actively pray, that is the violation of their European rights, their
human rights. It should not be done,” Morris said.