Pro-Refugee French Activist Murdered By Migrant He Was Sleeping With

Pro-Refugee French Activist Murdered By Migrant He Was Sleeping With Tyler Durden Fri, 05/15/2020 – 03:30 Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A pro-refugee activist in France was found dead at his home after being murdered by the same 20-year-old Afghan migrant he had been sleeping with. 63-year-old Jean Dussine was head of a group called Itinérance that helps vulnerable migrants. The activist also personally allowed some of the migrants to stay at his home. According to Ouest France, Dussine was found dead at his home having been viciously beaten with an iron rod as he slept. Dussine[…]

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The History Of Vaccinations

The History Of Vaccinations Tyler Durden Fri, 05/15/2020 – 02:45 More than two centuries ago, on May 14, 1796, the English doctor Edward Jenner carried out what was later proven to have been the first modern-day vaccination, when he injected a young boy with pus from cow pox (or vaccinia virus) blisters on a milkmaid’s hands. This immunized him against smallpox and the virus’ name coined the term “vaccine.” Jenner was the first doctor to introduce and scientifically study the smallpox vaccine. But the concept of giving yourself a mild form of the disease to immunize against a harsher form[…]

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COVID-Kowtowing & How The EU Is Betraying Europe

COVID-Kowtowing & How The EU Is Betraying Europe Tyler Durden Fri, 05/15/2020 – 02:00 Authored by Con Coughlin via The Gatestone Institute, The latest capitulation by the European Union in the face of Chinese intimidation demonstrates that, when it comes to protecting the interests of member states, the Brussels bureaucracy is no match for Beijing’s new breed of warrior diplomats. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the more notable features of China’s response has been the willingness of senior Chinese diplomats to intervene forcibly in defence of China’s interests. The interventions of these “Wolf Warrior” diplomats, so-called after[…]

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E-Democracy: The 2020 Presidential Election Gets More Bizarre

E-Democracy: The 2020 Presidential Election Gets More Bizarre Tyler Durden Fri, 05/15/2020 – 00:05 Authored by Tim Kirby via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The Covid-19 pandemic continues to dominate the news and life of the American Republic. With currently no end in sight it is not paranoid to wonder if and how the pandemic will affect the presidential elections coming up in November. Two World Wars, The Civil War, The Great Depression and the Spanish Flu were not enough to stop voting for some congressmen and the top executive of the United States as planned. Now for the first time[…]

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‘Robot Bows, Customer Bows’ – Sushi Bar Deploys Robotic Arm For Contactless Pickup Orders 

‘Robot Bows, Customer Bows’ – Sushi Bar Deploys Robotic Arm For Contactless Pickup Orders  Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 23:45 OpenTable restaurant data continues to show most foot traffic at eateries across America at near zero. There are some signs of life in Naples, Tampa, Houston, and Dallas. But for most of the country, pickup or curbside delivery has been the norm for the last several months.  At Bleu Sushi in Philadelphia, those who are picking up delivery are now greeted with a robot arm that will hand them their order. This allows owner Hendra Yong and his staff to practice strict “safety[…]

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New Facial Recognition Software Predicts You’re A Criminal Based On Your Looks

New Facial Recognition Software Predicts You’re A Criminal Based On Your Looks Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 23:25 Authored by Alan Macleod via MintPressNews.com, A team from the University of Harrisburg, PA, has developed automated computer facial recognition software that they claim can predict with 80 percent accuracy and “no racial bias” whether a person is likely going to be a criminal, purely by looking at a picture of them. “By automating the identification of potential threats without bias, our aim is to produce tools for crime prevention, law enforcement, and military applications,” they said, declaring that they were looking[…]

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Restaurants Betting On Vaccine To Reopen Will Be Disappointed  

Restaurants Betting On Vaccine To Reopen Will Be Disappointed   Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 23:05 Some restaurateurs, those who are surviving the severe economic downturn, because as we’ve noted, restaurants are getting fried during lockdowns, have said they will reopen dining halls when a proven vaccine is mass-produced for the general population. Now the issue, there is no clear timetable on when a treatment or vaccine will be ready — an uncertainty that could prove disastrous industrywide.  Danny Meyer, a restaurateur in New York City with 19 eateries, said his dining halls would remain closed until a COVID-19 vaccine is seen.  Of the 19 restaurants, he owns Gramercy Tavern[…]

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How New York Turned Nursing Homes Into ‘Slaughter Houses’

How New York Turned Nursing Homes Into ‘Slaughter Houses’ Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 22:45 Authored by Jon Miltimore via The Libertarian Institute/FEE, At an April 23 press conference, Gov. Andrew Cuomo sounded indignant when a reporter asked if anyone had objected to New York’s policy of forcing nursing homes to admit recently discharged COVID-19 patients. “They don’t have the right to object,” Cuomo answered before the reporter finished his question. “That is the rule, and that is the regulation, and they have to comply with it.” New York isn’t the only state to adopt a policy ordering long-term care facilities to admit COVID-19-infected[…]

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Lockdown-Defying Speakeasies Cropping Up Across Manhattan

Lockdown-Defying Speakeasies Cropping Up Across Manhattan Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 21:45 As New Yorkers grow weary of the ongoing lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, speakeasies have been cropping up in Manhattan according to Page Six. Discreet patrons are filling the backs of bars, pizza parlors and even pet stores in order to enjoy libations and delicacies with like-minded people flouting quarantine. Page Six is told that a famous Upper East Side bar and lounge as well as a trendy downtown hotel have been opening up in spite of the coronavirus lockdown — but strictly for discreet friends of[…]

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Cop Who Hid While Parkland Students Were Slaughtered Wins Job Back, Plus Back Pay And Overtime

Cop Who Hid While Parkland Students Were Slaughtered Wins Job Back, Plus Back Pay And Overtime Tyler Durden Thu, 05/14/2020 – 21:25 Authored by Daniel Payne via Just the News The Parkland, Florida, police officer who sheltered behind his car while nearly 20 students were shot and killed will be re-instated to his job, his union announced on Thursday.  An arbitration process found that Brian Miller, at the time of the massacre a sergeant in the Broward County Sheriff’s Department, was “improperly terminated” by the department more than a year after the shooting.  An internal investigation last year determined that Miller had “neglected[…]

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