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An investigation into the people who fund the riots. They started with the woman who rented the uhaul carrying the riot supplies. Turns out she works for an organization supposedly formed to bail out rioters but does much more. The head is a new York jew but some very rich and powerful people like Richard Branson and Jack dorsey are heads of it. Gates and Soros are involved in funding it

 
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https://summit.news/2020/09/29/new-...y-corona-vaccination-to-be-allowed-to-travel/

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A Conservative MP has called for mandatory coronavirus vaccination certificates distributed by the Army that will determine whether people will be allowed to travel internationally.
During a debate in the British Parliament last night, MP Tobias Ellwood urged the Prime Minister to have the British Armed Forces oversee that COVID-19 vaccination roll out process.
Noting that a coronavirus vaccine was potentially six months away, Ellwood said, “Mass vaccine roll out is an enormous responsibility and we need to get it right.”
Ellwood said he had written to Boris Johnson urging him to give the power to a Ministry of Defence task force to ship the vaccines across the country and set up regional distribution hubs as well as developing a “national database to track progress and issue the vaccination certificates.”


The MP said the vaccination certificates “will probably have to be internationally recognized in order to allow travel, international travel.”
Ellwood went on to make it clear that people who take the vaccine will see their lives return to normality while those who don’t will still be “subject to social distancing rules.”
The prospect of denying basic rights of mobility and travel to people who refuse to take a vaccine for personal, religious or medical reasons is shaping up to be a human rights minefield.

A poll conducted by King’s College London (KCL) and Ipsos Mori last month found that only 53% of Brits would be “certain” or “likely” to get vaccinated for COVID-19.

One in six said they would definitely not get a vaccine or that it would be very unlikely. When extrapolated out to the population, this equates to 11 million people who, if Ellwood’s advice is taken, will be denied travel and treated like second class citizens.
 

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More talking points for Mike Pence debate please:
1. Hi Ms. Harris, you were raised Hindu, correct? The Hindu religion says that abortion is like killing one's own parents: please comment.

I mean, I think a lot of people are taught by the media that all other religions are tolerant and only christianity has staid outdated values.

I think Hindus just ignore gays, like we used to do
 

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Here is another article highlights the "Dune" movie, how they are pushing it back until October of 2021 now. Along with several other movies.
'Dune' ditches 2020, while AMC commits to staying open
The 2020 theatrical release calendar is getting even slimmer in the wake of the announcement that Regal cinemas are temporarily closing, although AMC, North America's largest theater chain, says it will remain open.
Warner Bros. said late Monday that its sci-fi pic "Dune" will now open in October 2021, instead of this December. The studio also pushed back "The Batman" to March 2022 and moved up its "Matrix" sequel to Dec. 2021.
AMC Entertainment reiterated its commitment to stay open and cited a slew of upcoming new releases that it will be playing, including this weekend's new films "The War With Grandpa," with Robert De Niro, and "Yellow Rose." Roughly 80% of its U.S. locations are currently open.
With the recent exit of the next James Bond film, that leaves a mere handful of big films set to still open in 2020: Pixar's "Soul," on Nov. 20, Universal's "The Croods: A New Age," on Nov. 25, Disney's "Death on the Nile," on Dec. 18 and Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman 1984," at Christmas. It's an extra hit to the ailing theatrical industry, which endured six months of closures and has had a difficult time restarting business during the pandemic with key markets like New York still closed and an ever-changing release calendar.
Business has been so shaky that on Monday Cineworld Group Plc said it would temporarily close its 536 Regal cinema locations in the U.S. and 127 Cineworld and Picturehouse venues in the U.K. on Thursday. And last week leading groups representing movie theaters, movie studios and directors issued a dire plea to Congress for financial help for cinemas. They said nearly 70% of small and mid-size theaters could face bankruptcy or closure without assistance.
AMC CEO Adam Aron said in a statement that the company's agreement with Universal Pictures to shorten the theatrical window, "puts AMC in a position where we can open our theatres when others may feel the need to close."
AMC, Aron said, will share in home video on demand revenues with Universal.
But even with new releases on the calendar for the remainder of the year, including high-profile independent and awards contenders like " Nomadland " and Regina King's "One Night in Miami," studios have made it clear that they are skittish about releasing their most expensive properties in such a muted North American box office landscape.
Warner Bros. helped provide an early test case with Christopher Nolan's "Tenet." The film has grossed over $307 million globally, but only $45 million of that has come from North America, which is the world's biggest box office market.
And although there are new films every weekend, back catalog films are regularly claiming spots in the top 10. Just this weekend the 27-year-old "Hocus Pocus" claimed the No. 2 spot and the 40-year-old Star Wars film "The Empire Strikes Back" landed at No. 6.
Since "Tenet," many studios have pushed at least one big film out of 2020, including "Black Widow," "No Time to Die" and "West Side Story." Other films vacated earlier, like "Top Gun: Maverick" and "F9." And some studios have experimented by pivoting to video-on-demand releases, like Disney did with its live-action "Mulan."
The shifting calendar has a domino effect on future releases too. When Warner Bros. moved "Dune" to Oct. 1, 2021, it took "The Batman" release date, pushing that film to March 2022.
Also it was mentioned recently that Regal cinemas will close for the time being, but it appears AMC will remain open on a limited basis.
 

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Data on how the states have been performing so far this year. Democrat versus Republican states:
Red states are outperforming blue states economically
States run by Republican governors on average have economically outperformed states run by Democratic governors in recent months.


The difference in economic growth is likely due to the pathway of the coronavirus pandemic in the first few months and the economic restrictions imposed by Democratic governors.

Overall, Democratic-run states, particularly those in the Northeast and Midwest, had larger contractions in gross domestic product than Republican-run states in the Plains and the South, according to the latest state GDP data for the second quarter of 2020, released by the Commerce Department on Friday. Of the 20 states with the smallest decrease in state GDP, 13 were run by Republican governors, while the bottom 25 states with the highest decrease in state GDP were predominantly Democratic-run states.

Furthermore, the average unemployment rate across Republican states was 6.5% in August, compared to an average of 9% in Democrat states, according to an analysis of unemployment data by the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.

Republican-controlled Utah had the second-lowest unemployment rate in the country in August at 4.1%, and the second-lowest GDP drop, at just over 18% in the second quarter. Nevada, run by Democrats, had the highest unemployment rate, at 13.2%. It was closely followed by Democratic-run Rhode Island, 12.8%, and New York, 12.5%. New York also had a GDP loss of 30%, putting it at 44th in the nation.

“The GDP data confirms that blue states are severely underperforming red states, even if there are some outliers for sure,” said Stephen Moore, one of President Trump’s top economic advisers.

“It’s pretty clear blue states with the most severe lockdown had the most damage done to their economies,” said Moore, who is also a contributor to the Washington Examiner.

He added that the Democratic strategy for containing the virus and keeping the economy afloat did not appear to be working, based on the latest economic data.

There are multiple factors that lead to the split between the outcomes in Democratic and Republican states.

“The different economic shutdown policies and restrictions plays a big role,” said a senior economist in the Trump administration.

“But you also have to remember that in the second quarter, many Republican states hadn’t really been hit by the virus yet, like Texas, Arizona, and parts of Florida,” the official said. He said that Republican states were hit worse by the virus in the third quarter than the second, as the pandemic spread west and south.

“Also, the mix of industries in each state could also affect the economic growth, like Nevada, which is hugely dependent on travel and tourism,” the official added.

Some conservatives say that Democratic governors have not taken responsibility for their actions and have unfairly blamed the Trump administration.

“The Democratic governors have gotten a free pass, and the White House has gotten too much scrutiny and blowback,” said Joe Grogan, the former head of Trump’s Domestic Policy Council until May of this year.

“I think it’s important to remember the primary public authority when it comes to the virus is the state governments, and blue states have done pretty poorly when it comes to the economic and health challenges,” said Grogan. He admitted, however, that the cause for some Democratic states faring worse than Republican ones is because of the path the virus took in the spring and summer of this year.

Some economists say that Republican governors have struck a better balance between the economic and health priorities in response to the pandemic.

“Republican governors have arguably placed more balance on the need to save both lives and livelihoods,” said Rachel Greszler, an economist for the Heritage Foundation.


“While we’ve seen blue states using a pandemic as an opportunity to expand government control, impose excessive lockdowns not rooted in data, favor politically connected groups and allies, and demand federal bailouts for decades of poor budgeting instead of taking responsibility and confronting their problems head-on,” Greszler said.


 

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The 2022 elections should be the main political focal point of this site after November 3rd, no matter what the outcome of the presidential election is. Very few people are holding Republicans accountable, and instead are whining about Democrats.

We need to spread awareness of who should be primaried, how we go about doing it, who’s most likely to suffer, how to contact them via Twitter, how to organize behind a pro-American candidate, and so on. This is baby time at the fun park. We’re not going to “own the libs” by making for of Nancy Pelosi.
 

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@Andrew Anglin More political fodder against Democrats in a very vital swing state:
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/senator-tillis-election-cunningham-scandal-sexting
He is already asking for "privacy for his family" and pulling out of events. Looks like Mrs. Cunningham is not pleased hubby was caught sexting. Sexting has actually ruined many politicians careers.
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/arlene-guzman-todd-cal-cunningham-north-carolina-election
Even more stuff is trickling in about this guy. This could be a big deal regarding that Senate seat. North Carolina is a very vital swing state.
 

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As a human interest or humor story a description of the Jewish Revolt in Brooklyn, New York could be both enlightening and funny. They are lighting up bonfires, beating snitches, and burning masks in an orgy of righteous anger over Cuomo and deBlasio's Covid-19 rules and regs. I believe these riots (which Nadler calls 'terrifying news') can be humorously contrasted with Masada, the destruction of the temple, and the Poisoned Martyrs of Krakow.
cnn.com/2020/10/7/us/new-york-protest-orthodox-jews/index.html
nypost.com/2020/10/07/jewish-man-blasted-as-snitch-beaten-during-nyc-protests/
 

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Shock, surprise as plot against government was egged on by FBI informer:


"There was no real plan to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, but only "military wannabes" who engaged in "big talk" and played with guns in the woods, defense lawyers argued in court Tuesday.

As one defense lawyer suggested, the case appears to be one of "big talk between crackpots," or "people who talk a lot ... but are never going to do anything."

"Have you ever dealt with big talkers?" defense attorney Scott Graham asked an FBI agent on cross examination, adding: "There's kind of a military-wanna-be theme that runs between the militias."

Graham was grilling FBI special agent Richard Trask about his testimony that at least 13 militia members plotted to kidnap Whitmer from her vacation home and do one of two things: either take her on a boat in the middle of Lake Michigan and leave her there, or, take her to Wisconsin and try her for treason.

Graham asked the FBI agent how the suspects planned to get Whitmer to Wisconsin.

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"One of the most active leaders was your informant," Graham said.

On the positive side, the informant was too incompetent to make them say obvious right wing things. Did they even say any Qanon-tier conspiracy stuff?
 

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As a human interest or humor story a description of the Jewish Revolt in Brooklyn, New York could be both enlightening and funny. They are lighting up bonfires, beating snitches, and burning masks in an orgy of righteous anger over Cuomo and deBlasio's Covid-19 rules and regs. I believe these riots (which Nadler calls 'terrifying news') can be humorously contrasted with Masada, the destruction of the temple, and the Poisoned Martyrs of Krakow.
cnn.com/2020/10/7/us/new-york-protest-orthodox-jews/index.html
nypost.com/2020/10/07/jewish-man-blasted-as-snitch-beaten-during-nyc-protests/
Oh nadler can see the jew riots but not his proxy warrior nigger rioters?
 

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This is what the title says. I want it to be a permanent thing. Obviously, I read the forum a lot, but I'd like to have the things people think I should write about all posted in one thread for my convenience.

Please post the title and the link to at least one source. Also, include any videos, tweets, memes or further information you think should be included.

Do not post crosstalk or a comment on a story someone else posted, unless it is to add an extra source you think will be useful. Discussion is what news forum threads are for. want this to be as quick and easy for me to browse as possible. You can post the article here and in its own thread, and if it's a good story, you probably should (unless you want to wait for me to write about it). If you see a story in this thread that that someone else posted that you want to talk about, you can go ahead and make a thread.

If you want to write some comments, or jokes you've thought of, please do. I may use some of your content. If I copy text directly, I will remove my name from the article and you will see it credited as "Daily Stormer." I won't credit you directly, but everyone on the forum will know.

Thanks to everyone. I think this will help me a lot. As you know, I had to fire most of the staff due to financial problems, and have been writing up to 15 articles a day myself, and I think it could cut out a lot of the reading aspect of my job if people find the interesting stuff for me.
 

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How about a list of things that are deadlier than the right wing? Similar to those articles from the past 10 years that talk about how "safe" marijuana and Moslem immigrants are...

Something like this:

Things that are Objectively More Dangerous than Supposed "Right Wing Terrorism"


The “danger” of right wing supREEEEmist terrorism has recently become a favorite talking point among America's histrionic media hegemony of metropolitan Communists. Ever since Saint Kyle Rittenhouse’s triumph over those Antifa pedophiles stalking the streets of Kenosha, leftists have been shrieking at the top of their lungs in order to portray their political opponents as terrorists. These accusations are clearly meant to legitimize the series of coordinated murders perpetrated against white Trump supporters that has been taking place in Democrat-run cities since August.

“White Supremacist terrorism is among the biggest threats to the United States!” leftists claim, without either a clarification as to what they feel white supremacy truly means, or a shred of evidence that any form of terrorism is truly as significant of a threat to the US as is it made out to be.

This was a major talking point of the left wing until 2015- see the Washington Post article titled “You’re More Likely to be Fatally Crushed by Furniture than Killed in a Terrorist Attack.”

Apparently, Jeff Bezos still doesn’t have enough money because that article is hiding behind a paywall- sorry not sorry. Here’s an excerpt from a similarly titled Atlantic article from 2012 that the Washington Post obviously stole these talking points from:

From The Atlantic:
According to the report, the number of U.S. citizens who died in terrorist attacks increased by two between 2010 and 2011; overall, a comparable number of Americans are crushed to death by their televisions or furniture each year. This is not to diminish the real--albeit shrinking--threat of terrorism, or to minimize the loss and suffering of the 13,000 killed and over 45,000 injured around the world. For Americans, however, it should emphasize that an irrational fear of terrorism is both unwarranted and a poor basis for public policy decisions.
You hear that you dumb goyim? Terrorism isn’t that big of a deal after all!

Yes... the article is from 2012, but why should that matter in this context? There’s no data to show that terrorism of any kind has increased in frequency since the article was written. Even the article claims that year-over-year, the volume of terrorists attacks in the US is consistently shrinking!

Out of pure coincidence, around the same time that Donald Trump rose to prominence as a Republican candidate, the left wing forfeited their level-headed argument. Instead they chose to build a straw army of “right wing” bugaboos, boogeymen, boogaloos, hooligans, and boogie-boarders.
By the leftist's own admission here- even if many of them lack the sentience to realize it- the "right wing" is extremely benign in terms of the average amount of deaths it causes per year.

From Business Insider
President Donald Trump has accused far-left groups of inciting riots and violence, but in the last 25 years, no murders in the US have been linked to anti-fascists, while 329 murders have been linked to the far-right, according to new research. Researchers at a think tank called the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) assembled a database of almost 900 politically motivated plots and attacks in the US since 1994, ending in May 2020, which was reviewed by The Guardian. The review found that only one person's death in that period was linked to "antifa," a leaderless movement dedicated to combatting right-wing and white supremacist groups, and the person who died was the attacker.
So according to the left wing’s cited research, the vague specter of the “far right” has killed 329 people in the last 25 years. Note these aren’t even all considered “white supremacist” terrorist events either- just far right. If you divide 329 by 25, you can clearly see that this “threat” causes a staggering average of 13 deaths per year. Since 2010, that has fallen to around 11:

When the review widened its category from antifa to "left-wing violence," it found 21 victims had been killed since 2010, compared to 117 people killed in right-wing violence, in the same time period. Jihadist groups were responsible for 95 people's deaths since 2010.
The US population is numbered at approximately 330 million people in 2020. I compared the yearly average number of deaths caused by right-wing terrorism to the approximate number of people in the US via Google’s calculator real quick and- no kidding- the chance is so minuscule that the product (.000000039%) only shows in scientific notation. Seriously- try it!

Here is a short list of things that have proven deadlier to US citizens than “right wing terrorism”
Suffice to say, there's a lot- how many more examples can you find?
 

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Recommendation for a short article:

The Danes did 9 days of protesting and got their government to cancel a law that would allow the state to kidnap anyone who refused a coronavirus "vaccine" (aids poison injection)

Major development in totalitarian NWO laws, as well as public resistance

Details in this short twitter thread
and this article https://www.thelocal.dk/20201113/ex...d-epidemic-law-and-why-is-it-being-criticised

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Some areas in the proposed law that have raised eyebrows include:


  • People infected with dangerous diseases can be forcibly given medical examination, hospitalised, treated and placed in isolation.
  • The Danish Health Authority would be able to define groups of people who must be vaccinated in order to contain and eliminate a dangerous disease.
  • People who refuse the above can – in some situations – be coerced through physical detainment, with police allowed to assist.
 

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Another recommendation: creating a dedicated virus hoax section for covid news updates, like anti vax protests
 

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Do an article on my hometown, Huntington Beach. Mention how slut fucker Tito Ortiz was elected to the city council. Its one of the last working class cities in SoCal filled with bad goys, surrounded on all sides by Mexicans just like the Alamo.Screenshot_20201201-154023_Bing.jpg

If you decide to do it. Make sure to include the naked surfer statue.
 
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I came across a city council meeting for Rapid City, SD. I was in a YT rabbit hole.

I was blown away by the fervor of the residents of this city in opposition to a mask mandate. The public comment portion of this video is great and is an excellent example of what normal, healthy community relationships can garner. If the majority of cities residents stood up to this like these people do, we’d all be better off.

There was also a meeting for the original mask proposition that had great public output, including some fun stuff like an autistic guy. But I am linking the most recent one, it was better overall.

I think that this is an awesome example of normal, Christian, sane people standing up to the insanity of COVID. There is a lot to unpack in an article with their comments and a great example to young people the importance of not torpedoing your reputation, being supportive of one another, and that this is a great example of Christian comraderie.

Comments start at 19:00. First guy is a sperg, I’d ignore him - there’s some kind of local beef he has with the Mayor or something.

 
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