The Covid lies are breaking down under their own weight. A Lisbon court rules only 0.9% of state claimed ‘verified cases’ died of COVID, numbering 152, not 17,000 claimed. Following a citizen’s petition, a Lisbon court was forced to provide verified COVID-19 mortality data, reports AndreDias.net.
The BBC has announced that it is banning White people from applying for its latest fully paid trainee internship. The £18,000 trainee job in Glasgow will only be given to a non-White candidate. Young White people applying will be denied the opportunity on the grounds of race and the colour of their skin.
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David James Bellamy OBE (1933-2019) was an English botanist, television presenter, author, and environmental campaigner. In the early 1970s, Bellamy helped to establish Durham Wildlife Trust, and remained a key player in the conservation movement for a number of decades.
An exhibition has opened in Berlin dedicated to the 14 million ethnic-German refugees who were expelled from their former homelands at the end of World War II.
Dolores O’ Riordan died January 15, at the age of 46. The singer of the Cranberries, with an angry, fragile, or angelic voice has passed away in the afterlife and in London where she had come to record one last time.
August 1, 2021, marks the 85thanniversary of the opening day of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The Berlin event was unique in that it boasted the largest number of foreign athletes in the history of the Olympics. The Berlin Olympic Village was so beautifully designed that every Olympic village since has been modelled on it. The Berlin stadium boasted seating for 100,000 spectators. Attending were four million fans and journalists from 41 nations. The Berlin Olympics was the first to be televised. Competing in the 1936 Games were a record number of participants: 4066 athletes including 331 women from 49 countries.
Poland’s ambassador to Germany, Andrzej Przyłębski, has spoken out against players of the Polish national team kneeling before the start of the match in support of the much-derided and deeply controversial anti-White movement.
As a child, Yeonmi Park fled North Korea with her mother when she was 13-years-of-age in 2007. The pair of genuine refugees fell into the hands of Chinese traffickers and later escaped to Mongolia. Park said that she had to walk across the Gobi Desert before reaching South Korea.
BBC Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt faced intense hostility at an anti-lockdown rally on Downing Street. Such was the fury of the BBC-hating mob the anchorman newscaster had to flee behind the police barrier from jeerers chasing him and calling him a traitor.