Blockbuster Report Reveals How Biden Family Was Compromised By China

In a day when half the US population remained transfixed by the ongoing revelations about the contents of Hunter Biden's "laptop from hell" and the other half was doing everything in its power to ignore the news which the socials have conveniently been desperate to censor, a far less noticed but perhaps just as important investigative report authored by the unknown Typhoon Investigations, was released by Christopher Balding, Associate Professor at Peking University HSBC School of Business Shenzhen, China and also Bloomberg contributor  (which is odd considering the clear anti-Trump bias of the Bloomberg media empire) exposing Biden activities in China which "the press has simply refused to cover", and which reveals "how Biden was compromised by the Communist Party of China."

In a series of tweets around noon on Thursday, Balding said that he had really "not wanted to do this but roughly 2 months ago I was handed a report about Biden activities in China the press has simply refused to cover. I want to strongly emphasize I did not write the report but I know who did."

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The death of the "Oxford vaccine": The death of a Brazilian in the third phase of a clinical trial of a COVID-19 vaccine brought uncertainty to those who were waiting for this particular vaccine

The vaccine was developed by Astro Zeneca and the University of Oxford, and the news of the volunteer's death could ignite a geopolitical war over it - which vaccine will dominate on the global market, Sputnik reports.

As soon as work began on a vaccine against the virus that changed the lives of everyone in the world, the public split into those who would never receive "Western" or "Eastern" vaccines.

The University of Oxford announced that the volunteer who received their coronavirus vaccine, actually received a placebo, i.e. a vaccine against meningitis, and that he did not die from the consequences of the corona vaccine.

Epidemiologist Dr Radmilo Petrović does not want to comment for Sputnik whether the explanation for this death is just an alibi due to the failure during the research. He says that the event certainly partially ruined this vaccine, but also that in the explanation why the volunteer died after the vaccination, there will be, as he says, "pads" from all sides.

"Those side effects are always used with certain vaccines, so that companies smears each another constantly. We should not forget that all this is done because of the market, so there will not be much truth," says Petrovic.

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Czechia enters lockdown amid surge in COVID-19 cases

From Thursday until the end of the state of emergency on Nov. 3, most stores will be closed and the movement of people restricted.

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the Czech government decided to add to restrictions from the past weeks and reimpose a lockdown. The new restrictive measures essentially copy the first lockdown in spring.

After Wednesday's special meeting of the government, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš explained that the measures against the spread of COVID-19 implemented in past weeks have not been working, and the cabinet had to proceed with further restrictions.

At the same time, he apologized to citizens, entrepreneurs, and affected employees for making their lives more complicated. However, the government believes the lockdown is necessary as the government wants to prevent the health care system from collapsing, which, according to current predictions, could happen between Nov. 7 and Nov. 11.

From 6 a.m. on Thursday until the end of the state of emergency on Nov. 3, retail stores will be closed. There will be exceptions for shops offering essentials.


Shocking new details emerge in brutally murdered French teacher's case

The assailant's family members say he was in contact with a jihadi.

The two minor students detained in the case have been released but placed under criminal supervision, and an Islamist man arrested and released last week has been taken into custody again. All of France paid tribute to the beheaded teacher. Demonstrations were held in several cities, with a heavy police presence.

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FBI says IRAN is responsible for fake ‘Proud Boys’ emails threatening Democrat voters to vote Trump ‘in an effort to hurt the president’

DNI John Ratcliffe says IRAN is responsible for fake 'Proud Boys' emails threatening Democrats in an effort to 'damage Trump' - and the FBI says Russia is interfering in voter registration, Daily Mail reports.

US intelligence officials have confirmed Iran is responsible for a series of threatening emails targeting Democratic voters this week, as they revealed Russia is also playing its part to meddle in the presidential election. 

Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe on Wednesday identified the two countries as foreign actors that 'have taken specific actions to influence public opinion' relating to the presidential race. 

Ratcliffe said both countries separately managed to obtain voter registration information - most of which is easily accessible - to target Americans in an attempt to sway the outcome of the election.

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President Trump holds an edge over Joe Biden (D) in battleground Michigan, a Restoration PAC/Trafalgar Group survey released Wednesday found

President Trump holds an edge over Joe Biden (D) in battleground Michigan, a Restoration PAC/Trafalgar Group survey released Wednesday found, Breitbart reports.

With the presidential election less than two weeks away, Trump has taken the lead in Michigan, leading by nearly two percentage points, garnering 46.7 percent to the former vice president’s 44.9 percent.

According to the press release, the survey, taken October 15-18 among 1,037 likely voters, marks the “first Restoration PAC poll showing Trump ahead in either Michigan, Wisconsin, or Pennsylvania since the spring.” The margin of error is +/- 2.97 percent.

The survey also showed GOP Senate candidate John James maintaining a lead over Democrat Sen. Gary Peters, leading by 2.2 percent.

Restoration PAC Founder and President Doug Truax said in a statement that “all the momentum appears to be with Donald Trump and John James” in the Great Lakes State.

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The European Union is in bad shape: SD President Tanja Fajon is taking over the management of the Asylum and Migration Fund 2021-2027 in the European Parliament!

After Tanja Fajon, MEP and new SD president, was reappointed in January 2020 as the European Parliament's rapporteur on the functioning of the Schengen area and called for the abolition of "illegal border controls" as soon as possible, she has now taken over the 2021-2027 Asylum and Migration Fund.

'Islamism is at war with us. We have to evict it from our country by force,' says Marine Le Pen following beheading terror attack

National Rally Marine Le Pen comes down hard on President Emmanuel Macron for his lax immigration and anti-terror policies

Friday's brutal murder of high school teacher Samuel Paty in France has once again sparked a debate on extremism and sent the country into crisis, with National Rally leader Marine Le Pen slamming French President Emmanuel Macron's failure to control terrorism in the country.

"Islamism is at war with us. We have to evict it from our country by force," said Marine Le Pen in response to Paty's death.

President Emmanuel Macron has long been under pressure to take a tougher stance on Islamic extremism and separatism. Among other things, speculation about the expulsion of more than two hundred radicals in response to the attack started to circulate in the media. France is also expected to tighten up the screening of asylum applications and increase control over the funding of Islamic organizations.

However, Macron has made sweeping promises to combat Islamic extremism in the past that never came to fruition. In fact, a similar Islamic extremist beheading occurred in France just in 2015, and little progress has been made since then. 


Slovenia sees agreement on CAP as exceptional achievement

EU agriculture ministers reached agreement on the new common agricultural policy (CAP) for 2021-2017 after lengthy negotiations. Slovenia's Jože Podgoršek labelled the deal as an exceptional achievement for the entire agricultural sector.

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Logar discusses Covid-19 measures with Latvian counterpart

Foreign Minister Anže Logar continued his three-day tour of the Baltics by meeting his Latvian counterpart Edgars Rinkevičs for talks that focused on the importance of coordinating measures to battle the Covid-19 pandemic. They called for a joint EU approach in coordinating these measures but noted that this was largely within the purview of national governments.

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Poland braces for hard months

On Wednesday PM Mateusz Morawiecki spoke in the lower house of the Polish parliament. He outlined the country's status in terms its pandemic response and warned of some tough months to come, stressing however, that Poland could emerge as a winner in the end.
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A Christian missionary from Switzerland who has been held hostage in the West African country of Mali since the start of 2016 has apparently been executed by Islamist radicals

A Christian missionary from Switzerland who has been held hostage in the West African country of Mali since the start of 2016 has apparently been executed by her Muslim captors. In announcing the death of Beatrice Stockli, 59, Swiss Federal Councillor Ignazio Cassis expressed "great sadness." DISRN reports.

Stockli was apparently shot dead by the Islamists a month ago upon her refusal to cooperate with the jihadists' latest attempt to move their captives. This information came from a fellow prisoner, 75-year-old French hostage Sophie Pétronin, who said that moving prisoners was a common tactic intended to prevent authorities from determining their whereabouts.

Pétronin said that Stockli's protest led to her being drug outside one night and shot to death.

A missionary since 2000, Stockli was kidnapped by Muslim extremists once in 2012, and then again in 2016 when she was drug from her home by armed Islamists in pickup trucks. Following her abduction, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb took responsibility for the crime.

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'Demonstration of Power': Criminal Gangs Impose 'Curfew' on Inhabitants of Swedish No-Go Zone

Swedish Interior Minister Mikael Damberg condemned the gangs for acting with impunity and stressed that no criminals should be allowed to decide what others should and shouldn't do, Sputnik reports.

Inhabitants in the Stockholm suburb of Tensta have been told to stay indoors after 6 pm – not by the police or the authorities, but by criminal gangs who call the shots in the area.

The police initially noticed that there were unusually few people in Tensta in the evenings in late August. Later, they received tips that gangsters had threatened people with weapons and violence to force them indoors.

“There were people, gang members, who were out telling people that they shouldn't be going out after 6 pm, and it spread quickly to all inhabitants,” police chief in Rinkeby Therese Rosengren told TV4. According to her, potential “lawbreakers” were threatened with serious violence.

The news quickly reached the upper echelons of power. Swedish Interior Minister Mikael Damberg condemned the gangs for acting with impunity.

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The Dar al-Fatwa (house of Fatwa) of Egypt called for a young comedian who has released a video insulting the country’s Quran Radio and Qaris to be put on trial

In the video, the man, named Mohammad Ashraf, mocks the radio station and Quran recitations by a number of prominent Qaris of the country and the Islamic world, IQNA reports.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Dar al-Fatwa condemned the move, saying beautiful Quran recitations by eminent Qaris are aired on the Quran Radio to help listeners purify their soul.

The Quran Radio has spared no efforts to promote the Quran and its teachings, the Dar al-Fatwa said.

It added that the radio station has been very successful in creating a strong bond between people and Quran masters.

It went on to call for the comedian to be put on trial for his offensive move.

Ashraf’s move has drawn criticism from many social media users who have called for his trial.

Swedish teachers also fear beheadings

Many mourn the death of a teacher, who was beheaded on the street in France for showing caricatures of Prophet Muhammad to his students. Teachers in Sweden are also afraid, with one of them pointing out that it is not a question of if, but when similar attacks will take place.

The brutal slaughter and beheading of French teacher Samuel Paty last week has sent shockwaves through Europe, including Sweden's teaching community, who voiced their concern that they could also fall victim to a similar attack.

Olof Linton told Sweden's public broadcaster (SVT) that the killing, considered an attack against freedom of expression, could have happened anywhere in Europe, including Sweden. The secondary school teacher from Stockholm said "we must be prepared for attacks to happen. It is not a question of if, but when". Linton stressed that it was important for teachers to keep children in the learning process and colleagues must not bow to extremist ideologies.

A teacher from a secondary school in Enkoping also stressed that it was key to have "free speech" discussions during class. Charlotta Hemlin said it was crucial to touch on sensitive issues in class, as the Swedish society is becoming increasingly polarised. Mattias Axelsson, a secondary school teacher in Gothenburg, told SVT that he was saddened and outraged by the murder of his French colleague.

The fears of Swedish teachers seem to be rooted in reality. According to the president of the Gothenburg teachers' cooperative, intimidation and violence against teachers are common problems in their schools. In groups of special-need students, for example, teachers get bit, beaten and clawed on a daily basis.

In the town of Boras, violence and threats by students against teachers are also characteristic elements of school life. According to Karl Hallerup, a teacher there, students often hurl stones at the teachers who have - on some occasions - ended up in extremely difficult and perilous situations that could have spiralled out of control.

The phenomenon, according to the schoolteacher, takes a heavy toll on teachers' work environment who often shy away from reporting the incidents, either because they fear that the situation will only get worse, or simply because they don't believe that reporting the cases would lead to a tangible solution. In Boras the situation is so bad that several principals carry personal alarm devices for fear of an attack.

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Emmanuel Macron in futile struggle against Islamists

The French president has announced a large-scale campaign against Islamism and the deportation of more than 200 radicalised Islamists from the country. However, the opposition argues that this number is far too low because, in actual fact, authorities have 20 times as many individuals registered as particularly dangerous to society. The brother of a businessman beheaded in 2015 said the French government had failed to do anything to curb Islamism. In a recent TV show a student from the school of the teacher murdered on Friday has revealed that he is constantly bullied by Muslim students because of his faith.

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