Erin O’Toole calls out Netflix over disturbing ‘Cuties’ movie

CPC Leader Erin O’Toole says he is “disturbed” by the recent Netflix release, “Cuties”. There has been widespread controversy surrounding Netflix’s new debut as the French coming-of-age film has been criticized for depicting hyper-sexualized imagery of eleven-year-old girls. Following the release of the movie poster, Netflix was subject to a massive #CancelNetflix campaign.

Greece bolstering its military amid Turkey’s ‘provocative statements’ and ‘near-daily’ threats of war

Turkey continues to up the ante and behave in the Mediterranean as a regional Islamic supremacist bully. As a result, Greece is now building up its military, developing its defense industry as Turkish President Erdogan warns that “Turkey will continue to follow a determined and active policy in the eastern Mediterranean.” Erdogan issued a thinly-veiled threat to Greece: “I advise those who, instead of sitting around the table with us, show defiance with their dilapidated military forces, to carefully inspect our diplomatic efforts and military operations of the past four years.”

Erdogan has also continued to threaten to open the gates  and allow hundreds of thousands of Muslim migrants to flood into Greece and the EU in general. Meanwhile, Turkey has been busy shooting down Syrian migrants — women and children included — as they attempted to cross into Turkey.


“Greece to Boost Military Amidst Tensions with Turkey,” Associated Press, September 8, 2020:

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece will bolster its military with new arms, more personnel and by developing the country’s defence industry, the government said Monday, as a tense standoff with neighbouring Turkey has led to concerns of open conflict between the two NATO allies.

Ankara is facing off against Greece and Cyprus over oil and gas exploration rights in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Greece and Turkey have deployed naval and air forces to assert their competing claims.

“The Turkish leadership is unleashing, on a near-daily basis, threats of war and makes provocative statements against Greece,” Greek government spokesman Stelios Petsas said. “We respond with political, diplomatic and operational readiness, determined to do whatever is necessary to protect our sovereign rights.”

Petsas said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis would be announcing details of plans to upgrade the country’s military during his annual state of the economy speech on Saturday….

On Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan characterized Greece’s armed forces as “dilapidated” and called on Athens to seek a dialogue with Turkey. He also criticized the EU, which has backed EU member Greece in the dispute.

“I advise those who, instead of sitting around the table with us, show defiance with their dilapidated military forces, to carefully inspect our diplomatic efforts and military operations of the past four years,” Erdogan said following a Cabinet meeting.

“Turkey will continue to follow a determined and active policy in the eastern Mediterranean,″ Erdogan said.

Last Saturday, Erdogan warned Greece to enter talks over conflicting eastern Mediterranean territorial claims or face the consequences.

“They’re either going to understand the language of politics and diplomacy, or in the field with painful experiences,” he said….

In Athens, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said Turkey was the only regional country “that threatens its neighbours with war when they want to exercise their legal rights — in blatant violation of the U.N. Charter.”….


Greece bolstering its military amid Turkey’s ‘provocative statements’ and ‘near-daily’ threats of war

B’nai Brith: Newspaper blamed the COVID-19 pandemic on a sinister Jewish plot

Aug. 6, 2020
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TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada has filed a criminal complaint with Toronto Police after a local Polish-language newspaper twice blamed the COVID-19 pandemic on a sinister Jewish plot.

The hateful article, entitled “Coronavirus, or the Fake Pandemic,” was the front page story in the March 25 edition of Głos Polski, and was published again in the April 22 edition. Głos Polski is edited by Wiesław Magiera and affiliated with the Polish National Union of Canada, according to the latter’s website.

Aside from blaming COVID-19 on the Jewish community, the article also asserts that “ISIS/ISIL terrorists [were] brought into evil existence by organized Jewry and completely controlled by it,” and proclaims that Soviet dictator Vladimir Lenin, Nazi fanatic Joseph Goebbels and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan were/are all secretly Jewish.

The piece also describes Israel as “the cause of all the world’s woes” and “an emanation of the Devil himself,” while simultaneously alleging that Jews intend to take over Poland and create “Judeo-Polonia.”

“Propagating the lie that Jews are responsible for COVID-19 must be met with criminal charges, especially when someone does so repeatedly,” said Michael Mostyn, Chief Executive Officer of B’nai Brith Canada. “This horrifying pandemic has killed thousands of Canadians, ravaged our economy and turned our lives upside-down. Blaming it all on an already disproportionately targeted minority group is loathsome, not to mention a recipe for disaster.”

In June, Andrzej Kumor, the publisher of a different Polish-language outlet based in the Greater Toronto Area, was arrested, warned and released without charge after publishing a string of antisemitic articles.

Magiera, Głos Polski’s editor-in-chief, joined Kumor as an unsuccessful candidate for the far-right Konfederacja party in Poland’s October 2019 parliamentary elections.

UPDATE (08/10/20): The Polish National Union claims that the current name of the above publication is Głos. The Polish National Union claims that it severed all ties with the former Głos Polski in 2015. It further claims that Głos is an independent publication with no links to the Polish National Union. The Polish National Union removed all references to Głos Polski from its website following Thursday’s B’nai Brith press release exposing the Głos newspaper for its antisemitic content, which received widespread media coverage.

ANALYSIS: Trump’s “military” deployment of vaccines on Nov. 1 is a clever cover story to prepare for Insurrection Act invocation, mass arrests using military police

EXCLUSIVE ANALYSIS: Trump’s plan to defend America and take down her domestic enemies is now becoming increasingly clear, and one new bombshell conclusion in all this concerns Trump’s vow to use the US military to deploy vaccines nationwide before the election on Nov. 3rd.

We now believe, for reasons outlined here, that the “military deployment” of vaccines is a cover story. Trump is using the vaccine issue to place military units in position all across the nation to prepare for a post-election invocation of the Insurrection Act which would activate the military to confront and arrest or eliminate domestic terrorists across the country.

In other words, Trump isn’t really leaping in with the vaccine industry as much as we once feared. “Operation Warp Speed” isn’t really a vaccine operation but rather a national security operation that will put US troops on the streets of every American city in an effort to restore the rule of law, arrest treasonous actors (including mayors and governors) and put down left-wing terrorists.


Trump invokes “insurrection” language to put down riots after the election

All this became abundantly clear yesterday, when Trump invoked “insurrection” language when asked how he would put down the post-election riots that are anticipated to occur.

He spoke of this in an interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro. (Transcript below.)

Watch starting at 8:45:


Judge Jeanine Pirro: We’ve got this anarchy going on in the streets, we’ve got towns run by Democrat governors and mayors who are refusing to allow the National Guard to come in. There are people in those cities and states who want order to come in, but you can’t go in unless they request your help. What are you going to do? Let’s say there are threats, they say they’re going to threaten riots if they lose on election night… what are you going to do?

President Trump: We’ll put them down very quickly. We have the right to do that, we have the power to do that if we want. Look, it’s called insurrection. We just send in, and we do it very easy. It’s very easy. I mean, I’d rather not do that because there’s no reason for it, but if we had to, we’d do that and put it down within minutes.

A week ago, I published this story on that reveals how Trump could use the Fourteenth Amendment — combined with military action — to take down left-wing treasonous actors, including mayors, governors and court justices who have aided left-wing terrorists in their rebellion against the United States.

I also published a video with a detailed analysis of Trump’s strategic advantage in all this, predicting that Trump would declare an insurrection immediately after the election:


It’s now clear that this is Trump’s plan. Invoke the Insurrection Act and deploy the US military to put down the attempted uprising / coup against America.

It’s also clear that the radical Left is playing right into Trump’s hands by preparing for a nationwide uprising immediately after the election, in order to cause mass confusion and chaos in order to interfere with ballot counting and Electoral College votes. I’ve covered this in detail at this Natural News article.

Now it’s obvious why Trump is aggressively pushing vaccine distribution by the military on Nov. 1st

Over the last few weeks, the Trump administration has been aggressively pushing for a Nov. 1 vaccine release across America. The CDC has even tried to strong-arm states into skipping their usual vaccine licensing requirements so that the vaccine could be widely distributed in record time.

This never made sense to me. Why the mad rush for Nov. 1st? What difference does a vaccine make just a few days before the election? There’s no medical benefit to vaccines — even if they work — that would be apparent before the election. So why was Trump pushing this so hard?

The answer is now obvious: Operation Warp Speed isn’t about the vaccine… it’s about positioning military troops across America to prepare for the invocation of the Insurrection Act. The vaccine story is just a cover story. The Nov. 1 date is only important because it’s two days before the election.

I’ll remind you that just a few months ago, President Trump signed an execute order to activate one million military medics and support personnel, bringing them back to active duty under the cover of the pandemic. See my story: PREPARE FOR WAR: Trump activates one million military reservists as nation prepares for mass combat casualties, which states:

On Friday, with little fanfare, President Trump signed a new executive order that activates one million military reservists, bringing them back to active duty. This “national security & defense” executive order is entitled, “EO to Order the Selected Reserve and Certain Members of the Individual Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty.”

It begins by citing the coronavirus pandemic and the state of emergency which has already been declared:

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.),  and in furtherance of Proclamation 9994 of March 13, 2020 (Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak), which declared a national emergency by reason of the threat that the novel (new) coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2 poses to our Nation’s healthcare systems, I hereby order as follows:

It goes on to describe how the, “Army, Navy, and Air Force, at the direction of the Secretary of Defense, and the Secretary of Homeland Security with respect to the Coast Guard” are authorized to activate one million reservists, calling them back to active duty.

These reserve military personnel will of course be deployed as part of the national defense against treason and terrorism, once the Insurrection Act is invoked.

Left-wing terrorists are literally trying to burn down Western states by setting fires

Meanwhile, the radical Left has embraced a “scorched Earth” policy that involves literally attempting to burn down the nation by setting fires across Western states. Already, Black Lives Matter terrorists are being arrested and charged after being caught setting fires.

The wildfires in Oregon have now displaced half a million residents there, and federal officials are investigating “mass arson” as the real cause behind these fires.

One map of real-time fires shows that all the fires magically stop at the U.S. / Canada border, revealing how these aren’t natural fires but rather acts of arson being waged as wartime sabotage against the United States of America:

Hiding in Plain Sight: Black Women, the Law, and the Making of a White Argentine Republic


Details how African-descended women’s societal, marital, and sexual decisions forever reshaped the racial makeup of Argentina

Argentina promotes itself as a country of European immigrants. This makes it an exception to other Latin American countries, which embrace a more mixed—African, Indian, European—heritage. Hiding in Plain Sight: Black Women, the Law, and the Making of a White Argentine Republic traces the origins of what some white Argentines mischaracterize as a “black disappearance” by delving into the intimate lives of black women and explaining how they contributed to the making of a “white” Argentina. Erika Denise Edwards has produced the first comprehensive study in English of the history of African descendants outside of Buenos Aires in the late colonial and early republican periods, with a focus on how these women sought whiteness to better their lives and that of their children.

Edwards argues that attempts by black women to escape the stigma of blackness by recategorizing themselves and their descendants as white began as early as the late eighteenth century, challenging scholars who assert that the black population drastically declined at the end of the nineteenth century because of the whitening or modernization process. She further contends that in Córdoba, Argentina, women of African descent (such as wives, mothers, daughters, and concubines) were instrumental in shaping their own racial reclassifications and destinies.

This volume makes use of a wealth of sources to relate these women’s choices. The sources consulted include city censuses and notarial and probate records that deal with free and enslaved African descendants; criminal, ecclesiastical, and civil court cases; marriages and baptisms records and newsletters. These varied sources provide information about the day-to-day activities of cordobés society and how women of African descent lived, formed relationships, thrived, and partook in the transformation of racial identities in Argentina.

Trump Puts Interracial Couple On Potential Supreme Court List

Trump Puts Interracial Couple On Potential Supreme Court List

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President Donald Trump has announced 20 people he’d consider to be on the U.S Supreme Court if he has to fill another vacancy, and among them is first-term Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

Cameron is 34 years old and the first Black person to independently hold statewide office in Kentucky. He is a protégé of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and worked as general counsel in his Senate office.

Trump’s announcement reprises a tactic from his 2016 campaign when he provided a list of potential justices amid controversy over a Supreme Court vacancy.

“Should there be another vacancy on the Supreme Court during my presidency, my nominee will come from the names I have shared with the American public, including the original list and these 20 additions,” Trump said on Wednesday.

Cameron has rocketed to public prominence over the last year — becoming the first Republican Kentucky attorney general since…

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SPECIAL REPORT: How Boko Haram insurgency worsened malnutrition, immunisation in Nigeria’s northeast

Over the past 10 years, humanitarian crises in Northeast Nigerian states of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe has caused hostilities between non-state armed insurgency groups and government security forces.

The crisis, which has affected men and women alike, has resulted in widespread displacement, infrastructure destruction, and the collapse of basic social services, including nutrition and immunisation.

With an estimated population of about 13 million, the ongoing conflict and displacements have resulted in disrupted livelihoods, food insecurity and overcrowding, which increase the risks for malnutrition, related comorbidities and mortality within the vulnerable affected populations.

Data gathered by reputable organisations since the crisis started shows that the two key areas of nutrition and immunisation have been extremely affected by activities of insurgents in the region.

This data story reviews available statistics on nutrition and immunisation and then presents the current reality of residents, to show the trend the two have taken since 2009.

Four Arrested for Arson on the West Coast, One a ‘Regular Attendee’ of Anti-Cop Rallies in Seattle

Four individuals — two in Washington, one in Oregon, and another in California — have been arrested for arson as firefighters battle dozens of blazes across the West Coast. One of the arrestees is reportedly a “regular attendee” of anti-police rallies in Seattle.

Michael Jarrod Bakkela, 41, has been accused of arson, partially sparking the massive Almeda fire, according to the Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office. Oregon Live reported that he has been arrested on “two counts of arson, 15 counts of criminal mischief and 14 counts of reckless endangerment”:

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release Friday afternoon that on Tuesday evening, a resident of Phoenix saw a person, later identified as Bakkela, lighting a fire behind their house on Quail Lane. Because there was an impending blaze, the residents who saw him set the fire had to flee their home.

Bakkela was arrested and initially lodged in the Jackson County Jail on Tuesday on a charge of possession of methamphetamine. He remains in jail on the arson and criminal mischief charges.

The Almeda fire has destroyed at least 700 homes and resulted in at least two fatalities.

Elsewhere, authorities arrested two individuals in connection with the fires in Washington. One of the suspects, Jeffrey Alan Acord, has been accused of setting a fire along Highway 167. He live-streamed himself on the scene of the fire and reported it to police, claiming that he “literally pulled over to call it in.”

“Other drivers, however, told police they watched the 36-year-old Puyallup man walk into a field carrying a lighter and cardboard,” KIRO 7 reported.

The outlet added that Acord is a “regular attendee at Seattle ‘defund police’ rallies.” He is also facing charges for allegedly breaking into a gas station.

Jacob Altona, 28, has also been arrested in connection to arson.

Additionally, Anita Esquivel, 37, has been arrested for deliberately setting fires in California, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The news comes as Democrat politicians continue to blame the fires across the region on climate change. Politicians, such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), are largely using the devastation to push for a Green New Deal but continue to ignore the reality of poor forest management and environmentalist policies that contribute to the massive wildfires, such as putting an emphasis on “fire suppression” rather than prescribed burning.

Despite that, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has used the tragedy to declare the debate around climate change over for good.

“The debate is over around climate change. Just come to the state of California, observe it with your own eyes,” Newsom said with a grin. “It’s not an intellectual debate, it’s not even debatable”:

On Saturday, the National Interagency Fire Center reported that 97 fires have burned 4.7 million acres across the west.

“More than 29,000 firefighters and support personnel are assigned to wildfires. Evacuation orders are in place for 40 large fires in California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Idaho, and Utah,” the agency reported.