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Canadian high school DEFENDS transgender teacher who wears enormous prosthetic breasts underneath tight T-shirt to class

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Kayla Lemieux is a Manufacturing Technology teacher at Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario.
A Canadian high school teacher has sparked controversy after pictures emerged of her wearing large breast prosthetics while teaching students.

Kayla Lemieux, a Manufacturing Technology teacher at Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario, has been pictured online teaching classes while wearing the huge prosthetics, which stretch her clothing and stick out prominently.

Ms Lemieux, who began transitioning from being male to a female a year ago, has gone viral online after students took photos and videos of the teacher, seemingly without her knowledge.

Comment: See also: Canadian biologically male teacher wears massive prosthetic breasts to school, apparently everyone is fine with it


People power! Virginia overhauls transgender student policies on pronouns, bathrooms and sports

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Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin at a "Back to School" rally in Annandale, Va., on Aug. 31, 2022
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — Virginia took a sharp turn on transgender student policies with new guidelines released on Sept. 16.

According to the new guidelines, public schools cannot affirm a student's gender without parents' written requests. In addition, bathroom and locker room use is to be based on students' sex, defined as the biological sex at birth. Student sports participation should be sex-based as well unless federal laws require otherwise.

The new policies are is a complete reversal of the previous guidelines, which define transgender as a student's "self-identifying term." Those rules, which took effect in March 2021 under former Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam, ask schools to consider not disclosing a student's gender identity to the parents "if a student is not ready or able to safely share" it with their family.

Comment: Its great to see parents finally fighting back against these insane policies. The school boards are riddled with individuals who want to indoctrinate kids with radical ideological beliefs on race and gender. These people should NOT be in charge of children's education:


Iranian police claim woman arrested over hijab died of heart attack in custody - incident sparked protests

Mahsa Amini

The 22-year-old’s death after arrest for wearing an “inappropriate” hijab was an “unfortunate incident,” says Tehran police chief
The commander of Greater Tehran Police Hossein Rahimi has denied what he called "coward accusations" that a young woman who died in custody last week had been beaten up or otherwise tortured by officers. The Iranian Kurdish woman's death was an "unfortunate incident," the police chief insisted on Monday.

Mahsa Amini was detained by the so-called "morality police" last Tuesday after walking in a park in Tehran wearing a hijab that was deemed "inappropriate." The headscarf has been compulsory for women in the country since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Comment: The following footage claims to be of Mahsa in police custody and then suddenly collapsing:

It remains to be seen just what exactly led to Mahsa's death, but there has been a spike in cardiac related deaths across the planet since the experimental jab roll out, and being in high stress situation seems to be a compounding factor, and so, bearing the above alleged footage in mind, and until more data becomes available, the possibility is notable:

Footage of the protests:

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20,000 protest in Moldova demanding resignation of pro-West gov't, soaring inflation & energy prices

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Protesters in Chisinau, Moldova, set up a camp outside the government headquarters, aiming to remain there until the government of pro-West President Maia Sandu resigns.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Moldovan capital Chisinau on Sunday, demanding the resignation of the pro-Western government over soaring inflation and skyrocketing energy prices.

Around 20,000 angry demonstrators rallied in the main square of the capital city, calling on President Maia Sandu and her government to resign, according to reports.

It was the largest anti-government demonstration in the small former Soviet state since Sandu was elected to office in 2020 on promises of rooting out corruption.

Comment: More footage:


Cool observation of mass hysteria

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Crowd Hysterics
When the so-called "Leader of the opposition" opposes protest against a new unelected head of state, out of respect for the previous unelected head of state, you know you live under totalitarianism.

Except almost all dictatorships do at least have the form of an election.
Indeed, some of the worst dictators in modern history have been genuinely elected, an unfortunate fact we generally prefer to elide.

Over a week of mob hysteria in the UK helps us to understand how.

The psychological phenomenon of societal emotional spasm is fairly well studied but still not necessarily fully explained. How we get to a stage where, in 2022, newspapers are seriously promoting as miraculous clouds that "look like the Queen", double rainbows or meteors, is a difficult question.

What is not in the doubt is the tendency of deluded mobs to turn on those who do not join in - and the capacity of the unscrupulous to exploit that power.

Attempts to intimidate people out of protesting against the monarchy appear broadly to have succeeded. We saw some hideous attacks on free speech over the last week, including people arrested for holding up placards, for peacefully expressing vocal dissent, or even for carrying eggs or blank pieces of paper.

Comment: See also:
Rest in peace: British monarch Queen Elizabeth II dies aged 96 after 7-decade reign


Australian undertakers kept busy with abnormally high numbers of deaths - and it's not just from Covid

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Melbourne undertaker Martin Masson sees an increase in 40-60 aged deaths

Undertakers are experiencing a rush of business with Australians dying in abnormally high numbers in a 'worrying' trend doctors can't explain.

Martin Masson, who is managing director of Tribute Funeral Services in the western Melbourne suburb of Ravenhall, said there is no shortage of work for him and others in the industry as official figures confirm Aussies are dying at a higher rate in 2022.

'We've been consistently busy now since the first of this year,' Mr Masson told Daily Mail Australia.

'We have certainly seen an increase in the need for our services as have done a lot of other directors.'

Comment: Steve Kirsch provides a more plausible explanation:

Terrifying: Vaccines are taking an average of 5 months to kill people


Terrifying: Vaccines are taking an average of 5 months to kill people

The CDC has been hiding the Social Security Administration death master file. I got it from a whistleblower. This shows deaths are taking 5 months from the jab to happen. This is why it's hard to see.

The key point is this:
The UK data shows statistical proof of causality of deaths (p<.001): the vaccine doses track with the excess deaths 23 weeks later. Dose dependency is key to showing causality. If no one can explain this, the precautionary principle of medicine requires any ethical society to halt the vaccines now.
Many people assumed the vaccine kills you quickly (in the first two weeks) because that's when people notice the association and report it to VAERS. This is still true; it does kill some people quickly: half of the deaths reported in VAERS are in the first few weeks.

But the key words are "reported in VAERS." It turns out that if we don't have that restriction but are just wondering when most of the deaths after COVID vaccination happen, the answer is different.

Thanks to a helper who works at HHS, we can now clearly see that most of the deaths from the vaccine are happening an average of 5 months from the last dose. That is for the second dose; it may be getting shorter the more shots you get but there are arguments both ways (since there can be survivor bias). Using data from the UK, we can see more clearly that the delay time is around 23 weeks (so a bit more than 5 weeks). We'll dive into that shortly.


The net zero policies that should be torn up to save your wealth

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Britain's ambition to reach net zero by 2050 has drawn much criticism since the target was first announced in 2019 - not least because of its potential impact on household finances.

Plans to phase out the nation's gas boilers as well as petrol and diesel cars may help to reduce the national carbon footprint, but critics have warned the move could be too expensive for many families to bear, as inflation remains at multi-decade highs and the risk of recession grows.

It is not clear yet whether the Net Zero 2050 policy will survive the new Prime Minister Liz Truss's government in its current form. Ms Truss has already launched a review into Boris Johnson's emissions target, chaired by the MP Chris Skidmore.

Comment: These pointless green policies are placing a significant burden on businesses and consumers, how long can they can they put up with it?


UK pubs and brewers risk closure due to tenfold price increase of CO2

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UK brewers are facing tenfold price increases for the CO2 they use to carbonate and package beers, the Financial Times reported on Friday, also citing supply disruptions that could threaten brewing ahead of the Christmas season.

According to the report, the market disruption follows a warning from US fertilizer group CF Industries last month that it would shut down a major UK ammonia plant that makes CO2 as a byproduct. The company said its decision was due to soaring natural gas prices, which have made production unviable.

"Brewers have been approached with little or no notice by their suppliers to accept huge surcharges for the continued supply of CO2, or issued with 'force majeure' letters to say 'we can't guarantee that your supply will continue,'" policy director at the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) Andy Tighe told the media outlet. "This risks an awful lot of production coming to a standstill just at the wrong time," he warned.

The report also pointed out that gas suppliers have been struggling to source CO2 from international markets because of ammonia plant closures in Europe.


Eurozone recession warning raised

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Euro area countries face an 80% chance of a recession in the next 12 months due to soaring energy prices along with a severe power-supply crunch, according to economists polled by Bloomberg.

The projection, which is up from 60% in a previous survey, puts the risk of recession in the single-currency zone at the highest level since July 2020, the agency reported on Monday.

Germany, the bloc's biggest economy, is reportedly among the most exposed to gas supply reductions, and is forecast to begin shrinking as soon as this quarter.