France has been in a second lockdown since the end of October. As the end of November looms the streets of Paris are deserted of the Christmas shoppers. Flagship stores are boarded up.
“It’s sad. We are outside Galeries Lafayette and everything is closed,” said one would-be shopper, Emmanuelle Tiger. “They’ve put up (shop window) lights. That’s great, but we don’t feel the Christmas spirit at all.”
In a keynote speech to the conservative Federalist Society Justice Alito has warned that religious liberty and free speech are no longer as valued as they once were. He said that, “Tolerance for opposing views is now in short supply,” and warned that people in the country face retaliation, and harassment if they do not conform to the popular ideologies.
“In certain quarters religious liberty has fast become a disfavored right,” he said. “For many today, religious liberty is not a cherished freedom. It’s often just an excuse for bigotry and it can’t be tolerated even when there’s no evidence that anybody has been harmed.”
In the address he warned that religious liberty was in danger of becoming a “second-class” right.
The World Economic Forum will be hosting their Pioneers of Change Summit, November 16th-20th. The Summit will address the challenges and look to the opportunities created by the Covid 19 pandemic.
The World Economic Forum as been looking at this moment in history to bring about the Great Reset. This will look to build a more environmentally sustainable future, enhance digital enterprise and consider how to reimagine our world moving forward.
Dr Ezekiel J. Emanuel was appointed, along with 10 other physicians, to Biden’s Coronavirus task force. But who is he?
Dr. Emanuel is an oncologist who wrote an essay entitled: “Why I Hope to Die at 75“. He was also an architect of OmabaCare.
His thoughts on how to manage a potential flu pandemic were:
At 65, Emanuel promises to stop attempting to actively prolong his life. No more colonoscopies and no more flu shots, he assures us. “And if there were to be a flu pandemic,” he writes, “a younger person who has yet to live a complete life ought to get the vaccine or any antiviral drugs.”
He also wrote in the Lancet:
In the Lancet, Jan. 31, 2009, Dr. Emanuel and coauthors presented a “complete lives system” for the allocation of very scarce resources, such as kidneys, vaccines, dialysis machines, intensive care beds, and others.
“One maximizing strategy involves saving the most individual lives, and it has motivated policies on allocation of influenza vaccines and responses to bioterrorism. . . . Other things being equal, we should always save five lives rather than one.”
“However, other things are rarely equal — whether to save one 20-year-old, who might live another 60 years, if saved, or three 70-year-olds, who could only live for another 10 years each — is unclear…When implemented, the complete lives system produces a priority curve on which individuals aged roughly 15 and 40 years get the most substantial chance, whereas the youngest and oldest people get chances that are attenuated…”
Oregon has voted to decriminalize hard drugs like Heroin and Cocaine. People will no longer face trial or get a criminal record if found with small amounts of these drugs. Furthermore, five other states legalized marijuana for adults.
People now found in possession of these drugs will receive a fine, and be placed on a drug rehabilitation program, funded by the legal sales of marijuana.
The night before America takes to the pools Twitter hides a tweet from the President.
In the tweet the President said that the Supreme Court decision to allow more time for postal ballots to arrive in Pennsylvania as “very dangerous.”
Facebook did not hide the post, but added a warning message: “Both voting by mail and voting in person have a long history of trustworthiness in the US. Voter fraud is extremely rare across voting methods.”
A group of witches has come together to try to stop the re-election of President Trump.
A super PAC of witches and lay practitioners have joined forces with IXNAY PAC, an anti-Trump political action group.
IXNAY PAC was founded two years ago by former Vice correspondent Trace Crutchfield, promising to “raise hell from sea to shining sea” to get Trump and his allies out of office.
“Since IXNAY was founded in 2018, we have utilized the bag of tricks more commonly associated with super PACs,” says Crutchfield. “We’ve run TV ads and targeted Facebook campaigns, organized people to send thousands of handwritten postcards to voters in swing states, run a phone bank operation, and have put no shortage of printed propaganda out into the streets of America. Hell, we even wrote a pop song! Magic was just about the only thing we hadn’t tried, so when faced with another four years of Trump, we thought it would be foolish not to utilize every legal and ethical means at our disposal.”
IXNAY has joined forces with Shane Bugbee , Bugbee is a reverened of the Church of Satan by church founder Anton LaVey and helped found the Satanic Temple. Bugbee says he’s been practising witchcraft for 40 years, after he sold his soul to the devil as a teenager in exchange for a new bike and the latest Ozzy Osborne record.
For TikTok users, WitchTok is probably nothing new. TikTok has an algorithm which adapts users content around their interests, and if your interest is witchcraft the WitchTok is the place for you.
Witchcraft has seen as massive resurgence in recent years; largely due to the internet and social media. Modern witches now take to TikTok, or WitchTok, to evangelize the masses and promote their beliefs.
Some use the platform to teach spells, do tarot readings, or potion making. The social media platform is particularly helpful this year as Halloween approaches, and they cannot meet in person. They are taking to WitchTok and other platforms for a socially distanced Halloween. And the fact that Halloween falls on a Full Moon makes it especially poignant for them.
A church in Nice, France was the scene of a terror attack which left three dead. The suspect was shot and detained by police. One elderly woman was virtually beheaded. The other victims were a man who had his throat cut, and a 44-year-old woman.
The attacked has been named as Brahim Aioussaoi, 21-year-old, Tunisian. It is believed he arrived by boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The island is on one of the main routes illegal immigrants used to access Europe from Africa. He was placed in Coronavirus quarantine, before being released and told to leave Italy.
The mayor of Nice spoke of “Islamo-fascism” and said the suspect had “repeated endlessly ‘Allahu Akbar’ (God is greatest)”.