These hearings include the PA State legislature receiving expert testimony on mathematical voter modelling as evidence of irregular voting spikes (alleged electronic stuffing of the ballot), such as the below:
Britain has been under Emergency Law since Mar 2020
The last time I lived under an Emergency Law was 2001 in Egypt under Hosni Mubarak
He introduced it in 1981 & then renewed it every 2 years for an entire 30 years
In 2011 he was overthrown in a revolution
It never ends well.
If now under Emergency Law lockdown is not a good time to probe the limits of state power, then there never is. Having lived under a surveillance state, in its jails & through the War on Terror, I’m rather sensitised to maintaining a healthy boundary between citizens & the state
And please do not impose your own insecurities onto my tweets above. I am not making the point you wish I was making, just so that you can refute it.
I am merely asking whether it’s time for more public debate around the boundaries of state power & our social contract
“the government's stark 'Protect the NHS' warning may have actually cost lives..many with life-threatening conditions & cancers didn't seek help..the messaging, which was later withdrawn, saw hospital admissions plummet by 90%”
“PPE supplies, £18b of public money was awarded, £10.5b of it without any competition, in more than 8600 contracts by the end of July, with 86% awarded by..health department & its..bodies. To suck up these contracts, shell companies appeared from nowhere”
“a Spanish businessman called Gabriel González Andersson was paid £21m for assisting an American jewellery designer with no experience of supplying PPE..won contracts..worth about £250m, enough for 8 months of supply but at almost double the market rate per item”
“My advice? (The PM) should read this report several times, hopefully flushed red with shame & reflect on the Tory tradition of caring about fostering healthy institutions, including the civil service”
Brexit wars came, then Trump wars followed. They won both.
Brexit wars II was to “get Brexit done”. They won.
Trump wars II just started.
I would think at least we in the UK learnt the lesson of hubristic dismissal & thoughtless wanton denial by now. Apparently not.
Again, whoever wins (it isn’t over yet, by a long way) what admittedly concerns me is just how quickly mainstream pundits - almost with unanimity - are prepared to repeat the same mistakes, over & again.
This incurious dismissal of Trump voter concerns is very bad for *everyone*
Even a *very* brief internet search reveals Trump voter concerns that are at the very least worth pondering.
And yes, I’ve also looked at the “disinformation” rebuttals.
“Gerhard Schindler, who led the Federal Intelligence Service (BND) from 2011 to 2016, said Germany needed to curb its “strategic dependence” on Beijing and ban Huawei from its 5G mobile phone network.”
“He also warned that Angela Merkel’s liberal approach to the 2015 migrant crisis had left Germany with a “large reservoir” of young Muslim men susceptible to violence and jihadist ideology, and that the true scale of the danger was only now becoming clear.”
“Some argue that Imperial’s modelling may have come true had it not been for lockdown. But this does not explain Sweden. Academics there said its assumptions would mean 85,000 deaths if Sweden did not lock down. It did not – and deaths are just under 6,000”
It gets better
“..original system..run over by a bus would be counted as a ‘Covid death’ if..tested positive..but later recovered. When this..was pointed out..it turned out even the Health Secretary was unaware what..Covid death data referred to. He ordered an immediate inquiry”
asking “how did Giuliani get these emails” rather than: “are they genuine” points to a willingness in media to ignore evidence of (and a witness to) biden’s *alleged treason with genocidal china, over a procedural point
Ancient Arabic books on the principles of jurisprudence are some of most powerful displays of legal logic and linguistic philosophy you can find. So many of them are preserved.
Unbeknownst to many, they are replete with reverence for the commentary & thinking of Plato & Aristotle
It is worth noting the role Arab Jews also played in this ‘golden era’ for medieval Muslim thought.
Here’s to a similar, new era of reenlightenment for our times 🙏🏽🧿
Prince Bandar is Saudi Arabia’s former ambassador to the US and served as director general of the Saudi Intelligence Agency from 2012 to 2014 and the head of the National Security Council from 2005 to 2015
“Who are the allies of the Palestinians now?.. Iran..using the Palestinian cause as a pretext at the expense of..Palestinian people?.. Iran..who want to liberate Jerusalem through Yemen, Lebanon, & Syria? The path to Jerusalem is known.. if they truly wish to take it”
Biden was weak on that Proud Boys vs Antifa exchange #Debate2020
Trump’s base doesn’t care he refused to condemn Proud Boys. But Biden’s base *see* violent Antifa Black Bloc rioting in the streets. Now we see Biden refuse to condemn by name, or even acknowledge they exist
So Biden inadvertently revealed Trump’s allegation is correct, Democrats are covering for Antifa (no one sane believes it’s “just an idea”). And Antifa does not sit comfortably with the base Biden’s *needs* to win over (even me)
Perhaps the real reason why “this won’t end well”
And despite everything we *see with our own eyes* in Portland etc, still you repeat this myth that Antifa “is just an idea”
Seriously, you think us stupid? 🤦🏽♂️
We know what we see: a loosely affiliated violent network of blackshirts
any privileged white lefty “liberal” trying to excuse hunter biden’s business behaviour in china (while they genocide Uyghur Muslims) by claiming “it’s the son not the father” (as if the son would be *anything* without his father’s work) is advised by me to go and f*^% themselves
and don’t you even dare “whatabout” me you ^#*}#^ spineless lefty hypocrites
Sunetra Gupta is an Indian infectious disease epidemiologist and a professor of theoretical epidemiology at the University of Oxford, England. She has performed research on the transmission dynamics of various infectious diseases, including malaria, influenza & COVID-19
“Lockdown doesn’t solve the problem, it defers it”
Mark Woolhouse, professor of infectious disease epidemiology at Edinburgh University, member of a UK the government SAGE subcommittee on “scientific pandemic influenza group on modelling”
Professor Woolhouse said that although a vaccine could be available in six months it was unlikely that it could be distributed en masse in the same period. He said: “I don’t see a way through this in the coming months and even years where we don’t have some restrictions.”