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YouTuber uses George Floyd tragedy to play pranks on white women

YouTuber Smooth Sanchez, claiming to be from Black Lives Matter (BLM) has been filming white women and demanding they get on their knees, apologize for their white privilege and hand out their phone numbers to pay reparations. Full marks to the woman at the 21-minute mark who calls this loser out.

Sanchez tried to punk his victims by referring to George Floyd as either George Foreman or Floyd Mayweather to see whether he could catch them out for their ignorance. None did.

Apart from turning a grave crisis into a sick prank, non-compliant women were called “Nazis“, “racists” and “bigots.” He even threw anti-Semitic jibes at a Hasidic Jewish couple. He even accuses a man walking his dog of looting. What on earth would possess anyone to do something this sick?

This is the social media generation. Use whatever means to boost followers and collect donations while streaming.

Speechless.

 

Just WOW!

 

Washington DC resident Nestride Yumga lets rip at BLM protestors for hypocrisy. Be prepared to be blown away. Presented without comment.

 

Mirror, mirror on the wall who has the fairest tweets of all

No sooner had the threats from Trump to change the legislation around social media platforms, Twitter doubled down on its fact checking.

In what looked far more like a quest to show it was impartial, Twitter decided to treat its users as idiots.

It fact checked a photo of Derek Chauvin, a now former Minneapolis police officer involved in the inexcusable death of George Floyd, for a doctored photo showing him wearing a red MAGA baseball cap. Does Twitter think people can’t work out a tasteless photoshop?

The other notable fact check was a tweet from Zhao Lijian, a spokesman for China’s foreign ministry who made the audacious claim that the coronavirus outbreak may have begun in the US and planted in China by the U.S. military.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey took exception to comments made by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who realized what may be coming. Facebook’s chief said,

I just believe strongly that Facebook shouldn’t be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online.

Dorsey rebuffed these statements with,

[fact-checking] does not make us an ‘arbiter of truth’…Our intention is to connect the dots of conflicting statements and show the information in dispute so people can judge for themselves.”

Was Twitter to fairly dispense consistency and fact check the unverified rubbish inserted into many of the 500 million tweets made every day it couldn’t afford the hall monitoring costs.

The truth is simpler. If Twitter was forced by an independent ‘arbiter of truth’ to examine its own political bias in the mirror it would never seek to go down the path of fact-checking period.

Dopey, Doc, Bashful, Happy, Grumpy, Sleepy, Sneezy and Snow White should be free to exercise their own intellectual curiosity instead of letting the Wicked Witch of the Left try to influence their thought.

As we pointed out yesterday, when the head of Twitter’s integrity department has such glaringly questionable ethics is it any wonder that the rest of us don’t need to take a “byte” of his poisoned apples sold as Twitter magic.

Doubling down against Trump won’t make Twitter the fairest of them all. Not by half. Unless you believe in fairytales.

NB. Fact Not Fiction Media apologises for any harm caused to vertically challenged cartoon characters.

You’ll never guess WHO supports the letter urging a green recovery

Criony

Thomas Sowell once said, Those who cry out that the government should ‘do something’ never even ask for data on what has actually happened when the government did something, compared to what actually happened when the government did nothing.

According to an open letter signed by 200 bodies representing 40,000,000 health workers The Guardian penned,

Chief medical officers and chief scientific advisers must be directly involved in designing the stimulus packages now underway, the letter urges, in order to ensure they include considerations of public health and environmental concerns. They say public health systems should be strengthened, and they warn of how environmental degradation could help to unleash future diseases.

Who knew?

What better way to cash in on a pandemic by claiming outrageously false representation of members in an attempt to secure funding grants. The irony of this pandemic is that it has exposed the very authorities – who we dare not question – as amateurs in the very fields they claim expertise.

Perhaps we should ask ourselves why the revenue growth of the RACGP far outstrips that of the AMA? Should the AMA question why its membership has fallen from 95% of doctors to around 26% as it has taken on the role of a climate and social justice activist rather than the RACGP’s approach to be an advocate for better health?

How many of the 40 million health professionals described above believe the orthodoxy? It is bogus to say all followers willingly endorse what these membership bodies make blanket claims about.

Perhaps we should indulge the medical and scientific communities’ request by benchmarking their supposedly superior predictive powers against their howlingly inaccurate models produced during the coronavirus which have undoubtedly done more harm to the economy than good. Take Australia. We were told 15 million may be infected and 150,000 could die. The result to date. Less than 7,200 and 100 deaths. So much for listening to the professionals.

If we are to listen to intellectually superior academia in these fields, should we just accept the Australian National University’s latest plan to have climate change listed on death certificates?

Taken to its logical conclusion, this is an ideology speaking, not science.

We have already had decades of research to support just how flawed climate science models have proven. None of the catastrophic claims of being engulfed by rising sea levels or having to tell our kids they’d never see the snow has happened. Even hardened environmental activist Michael Moore concedes the ridiculous extent to crony socialism behind the green movement.

In February we documented the story of the National Climate Emergency Summit held in Melbourne. The mainstream media led us to believe that the best of the best scientific minds congregated. We pointed out that the list of speakers was largely devoid of scientific experts. 40% were activists, 16% were from the media, 12% were politicians, 11% were academics, 4% high school students and 3% doctors. Biased much?

Yet we have seen this type of shallow content activism before, especially with respect to open letters.

We reported that 268 Australian academics cosigned an open letter supporting the climate activist group, Extinction Rebellion.

While the content was predictable, the statistics were anything but convincing. We noted,

Perhaps the most hilarious signatory to the letter was Matthew Flinders of Flinders University. Unless the university website has another Matthew Flinders listed as an active member, our esteemed explorer seems to have navigated his way back to life…simply adding to the total lack of credibility of the cabal of 268 academics who believe they have some sort of intellectual superiority over us. If one ever wanted proof of our judiciary leaning hard left, 12% of the people that signed this document were in law-related fields.

“…Many of the woke academia come from fields such as stand up comedy, poetry, arts/education, sports management, archaeology, LatAm studies, sex, health and society, social services, veterinary biology, culture, gender, racism…are you catching the drift of those supporting XR? Even Monash University’s Campus Operations Manager and Telephony Application Administrator signed it! Wonderful individuals but should we hold our educators to such high standards when anyone’s opinion will do?”

“…Eerily, over 90% of the signatories do not appear to be renowned experts in teaching science, much less climate science. Which means, why weren’t the scientists in these universities willing to commit their names to a cause that fits their ideology? Who needs them when one faculty member from Monash University deals with ‘Imaginative Education‘?…”

What has been happening in practice? Mexico has already announced that renewables subsidies are out. It has recognized that intermittent energy has no place in rebuilding the economy in a post-pandemic world. Alberta’s energy minister Sonya Savage said with respect to the Trans Mountain expansion project, “Now is a great time to be building a pipeline because you can’t have protests of more than 15 people…” Actions, not words. 

Which brings us back to the point of blindly submitting to expert opinion which is little more than brazen activism.

The World Medical Association (WMA), the International Council of Nurses (ICN), the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation, the World Organization of Family Doctors and the World Federation of Public Health Associations, as well as thousands of individual health professionals, have signed this letter. 40 million others have not.

The proof is in the pudding. If the WMA  believes what it signed so strongly, why isn’t it included in its press releases as we publish? Admittedly it has upped the statement on its Twitter page to the 12,900 followers, a microbe in comparison to its supposed flock of 10 million physicians it represents. The ICN – which claims to represent 20 million nurses made it all too clear as to why we should dismiss it entirely – the WHO supports and promotes the letter. One wonders whether experts from the Chinese Ministry of Propaganda helped in its drafting. Afterall, China would be the biggest beneficiary were governments to fall into line.

Bes sure to read the quotes from the experts here.

Trump “has a point” on WHO – German Health Minister

It seems even Germany can see that WHO is in desperate need of reform. Jens Spahn, Germany’s health minister, told the FT that WHO was susceptible to “influence by individual members” and that Trump “had a point.

He added, “WHO needs to reform its governance and accountability…We need to figure out exactly where the money goes.

As we wrote several months ago, WHO spent $192 million on travel alone! For those who like financial forensics, please see the latest set of audited accounts (Dec 2018).

We would merely hold Dr Tedros to words from his maiden WHO speech,

A key priority for me is to enhance our approach to resource mobilization among donors, old and new. And that has to start by building confidence among partners, that WHO will deliver results and impact. I want WHO to be synonymous with results.

Trump is only acting in accordance with his wishes.

#YouAintBlack backlash

Videos are already circling social media slamming the ignorant, condescending and insulting remarks made by Joe Biden. Black conservatives Allen B. West, John James and Sen. Tim Scott, as well as others like Y.G. Nyghtstorm, took Biden to task on his record.

There are many ways to connect with the black voter. Biden will no doubt have reached all of them with this viral comment. Perhaps not in a way that will lock in the black vote for the Democrats.

Note Candace Owens has been actively pushing the #Blexit movement in America which she calls the awakening of black people who leave the Democratic “plantation.” Watch how she slams the Democrat narrative in a hearing on hate crime. Or the time she tore strips off three liberal academics debating her on white supremacy as the root cause of problems in the black community.

Not to miss out on the gaffe, the Trump campaign has capitalized on Joe Biden’s remarks selling #YouAintBlack t-shirts for $30.

Shameless

A worthwhile 20-minute video which discusses the petty harassment by local law enforcement of a veteran,  Nick Koumalatsos, who owns and operates a gym in Holly Ridge, North Carolina. Mayor Jeff Wenzel (Democrat) sad he stands by Governor Roy Cooper’s (Democrat) orders “regardless of how many rights it violates.

Note that 99.994% of people in North Carolina haven’t died from COVID-19, one of the lowest rates in the country.

While Koumalatsos complied with the initial stay-at-home on March 17th, following the CDC guidelines of sanitization, social distance and temperature checks for patrons he opened his gym on May 1st because his rent was due and his workers needed to survive.

On May 17 his gym was raided by the Holly Ridge Police with hands-on guns yelling and screaming at the manager and members to get out.

The Police Chief of Holly Ridge, Greg Anderson came to apologize for the overzealous nature of his officer and rescinded the citation saying he believed in the constitution only to be put on administrative leave.

The acting chief Captain Richards took number plate numbers of patrons and illegally entered the gym without a warrant. When Koumalatsos questioned the officer on what law was broken he was ignored.

He has temporarily closed the gym again and set up a GoFundMe to cover legal costs

Then Onslow County tax collectors were strong-arming Koumalatsos for prompt payment of his 2020 property taxes and said that his current predicament was nothing to do with her and he needs to take it up with the local council.

Koumalatsos said all he wanted to enjoy the freedom and liberties he fought for.

This is the biggest risk facing the Democrats come November. These incidents are far too common and committed mostly by Democrats as we noted in a piece earlier this week. Petty officials loving the ability to exercise their newfound powers. It is sick.