September 07, 2018

Top 10: Spate of international flights quarantined at Western airports

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Swedish Doctor Fired After Posting Anti-Migrant Comments on Social Media

A doctor in the Swedish county of Västernorrland has been fired after being accused of spreading “Nazi” messages on his social media accounts by his employers.

The doctor, who worked as a surgeon and has denied that he is a Nazi, has not been identified but was said to have been terminated from his position after the anti-migrant social media posts came to light, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.

Only two examples of “Nazi” posts were presented by the Swedish state broadcaster including one which refers to a story from the Swedish alternative news website Friatider that reported on a Swedish politician calling for the European Union to “drive over” the objections of countries who refused to take in migrants.

In the post, the doctor wrote, “What should we do with all of these crazy feminist women? Send them to Saudi!”

2. “I’m not bothered by dirty looks. What bothers me more are murders, rapes, sexual assaults, manslaughter and robberies.”

“Dark skinned” man walking amongst Chemnitz demonstrators is asked about his experience.

3. Twitter: Algorithms were not always impartial

Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has told US lawmakers the company's algorithms have not always been "impartial.”

He said the platform "unfairly" reduced the visibility of 600,000 accounts, including some members of Congress.

But he was unable to immediately say whether a majority of them were Republican, Democratic or otherwise.

Mr Dorsey is being questioned by senators over allegations that Twitter censors conservative voices.

Several Republicans, including US President Donald Trump, have accused Twitter of bias, which the company denies.

4. Reactions to “Israel is a racist endeavour” signs in Khan's London



5. Sweden Election: Police Investigate After Islamist Threat to Execute Populist Leader’s Family

A part-Arabic language threat to behead the leader of a Swedish anti-mass migration party leader has triggered a police investigation, just days before the nation goes to the polls in a general election.

The threat, which was reproduced in Swedish newspapers Friday, had a letterhead with the flag of the Islamic State group, and made a threat to Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Åkesson, and his four-year-old son.

Clearly working to influence the outcome of the forthcoming Swedish national election, which will see voters going to the polls Sunday, the letter said: “We will behead you if you do not withdraw from the election by the end of this week.”

6. French police clear 500 migrants from northern camp

Police move in to clear 500 migrants from a camp near the French port city of Dunkirk, along the English Channel where many gather hoping to stow away on trucks or ferries heading to Britain.

7. Ex-Muslim Christian Pastor, Refugee From Iran, Arrested for Sharing His Testimony — in Minnesota

Parsa, a pastor at Redemptive Love Ministries International in Los Angeles, Calif., traveled to Minnesota for two days to visit two different churches. He went to the Mall of America (MOA) on Saturday, August 25, with an elder from one of the churches, and with the elder's 14-year-old son. Shortly after entering the mall, he struck up a conversation with two Somali-American women.

“Our conversation was casual. At first, we were not talking about the gospel,” Parsa recalled. “They asked me, 'Are you a Muslim?' I said, 'No, I used to be a Muslim and I'm a Christian now.' I was telling them the story of how I converted.”

A passerby could not stand the discussion, however. “Another lady told the guard, 'This guy is harassing us!’” MOA security came and told Parsa to stop soliciting. “I said, 'We're not soliciting.' But we just left,” the pastor explained.

The pastor and his friends went into a coffee shop, bought a latte, and came out. Parsa told PJ Media he thought that would be the end of it. He was sorely mistaken.

8. A recent spate of international flights arriving at Western airports quarantined with sick passengers

Ten passengers removed from a quarantined Emirates flight with Vanilla Ice onboard at New York's JFK after reports that a HUNDRED fell ill

FRANCE: Passengers Set Free Following Quarantine at French Airport

CDC Investigating After Multiple Passengers Fall Ill On Separate International Flights Coming Into Philadelphia International Airport

Southwest passengers in Texas possibly exposed to measles


9. Filing: Mohamed Noor raised red flags among psychiatrists, training officers

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor concerned psychiatrists and training officers about his fitness for duty long before he fatally shot Justine Ruszczyk Damond, new court records show.

Revelations about Noor's past were introduced by Hennepin County prosecutors on Wednesday in response to a motion by defense attorneys to dismiss the third-degree murder and manslaughter charges filed against him in Damond's death.

Noor was flagged by two psychiatrists during the pre-hiring evaluation in early 2015 after he exhibited an inability to handle the stress of regular police work and unwillingness to deal with people, according to the records.

The report went on to say that Noor was more likely than other police candidates to become impatient with others over minor infractions, have trouble getting along with others, to be more demanding and have a limited social support network. They showed he “reported disliking people and being around them.”

10. EBOLA CRISIS: “NO ONE should sleep well around WORLD” warns official after city outbreak

THE DEADLY Ebola outbreak could escalate after the first case of a patient dying in the city of Butembo in the Democratic Republic of Congo, experts have warned.

Conga has confirmed its first Ebola death in the eastern city of Butembo in the first urban outbreak of the virus.

The current outbreak has already killed 87 people and it is close to becoming the eighth largest Ebola outbreak in history.

World Health Organisation’s (WHO) emergency response chief, Peter Salama, said the urban outbreak is worrying. He added: “When you have an Ebola case confirmed in a city with one million people, no one should be sleeping well tonight around the world.”

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commented 2018-09-09 02:46:31 -0400
Number 10-makes me glad that Toronto is Canada’s main hub.
commented 2018-09-09 02:46:31 -0400
Number 10-makes me glad that Toronto is Canada’s main hub.
commented 2018-09-07 21:50:50 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,965 Attacks, 232,988 Killed, 312,821 Injured that we know of
commented 2018-09-07 16:09:05 -0400
Seeding Westbound flights with sick people is one way ensure the spread of illness…is a designed pandemic on the horizon?!