The EU Has Failed Europe over Coronavirus
All the evidence suggests that the majority of European governments are ignoring the EU’s advice, and acting unilaterally to tackle the impact of the pandemic on their citizens. That means the EUSSR is over.
Zuckerbugger: Truth is What I Say it is
Facebook says they are REMOVING any misinformation about coronavirus posted on their platform. Their new guidelines say if you post something in contradiction to the @WHO, their fact-checkers will ban it. Too bad the @WHO are the main source of misinformation.
Domestic Violence Caused by Coronavirus!
Domestic Violence activism is driven by a bunch of b*tches who hate men. Thanks to gov’t grants, they keep beating their drum whether the problem is real or not. Just don’t ever stop the gravy train!
Queensland is governed by a little dictator who rules by decrees & whims.
- France’s mainstream media would do well to fight harder for physicians to be able supply hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin and zinc sulfate. The French media would also do well to be more aware of the dirty game China is playing.
Caterina Ciufegni is ready to give her life for
globalism Islamisation, and there are many others like her:
A doctor working onboard a migrant transport NGO ship has claimed that picking up migrants in the Mediterranean matters more than worries over the Wuhan coronavirus.
Italian doctor Caterina Ciufegni, who works for the German migrant transport NGO Sea-Eye, played down coronavirus infection concerns. She said: “Facing people who run away from torture, coronavirus takes second place. I think we all accepted the risk.”
Little does she about about what motivates Mohammedans.
Student who criticised China faces expulsion from University of Queensland
Wakademia is despicable. This craven act also confirms that they are omplicit with China’s communists.
A student activist who has loudly campaigned against the University of Queensland’s ties with Chinese organisations faces expulsion from the university within weeks.
Drew Pavlou, a student-elected member of UQ’s senate, has revealed that he faces disciplinary action by the university.
In a post on social media, he wrote: “Hey everyone, it is with a heavy heart that I inform you that the University of Queensland will be considering my expulsion on April 27th before a secret hearing due to my posts criticising the university’s links to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) and support for Hong Kong”.
UQ confirmed on Wednesday that Mr Pavlou faced disciplinary proceedings but refused to divulge their nature other than to say they related to rules covering student conduct.
Mr Pavlou has been a political thorn in the side of UQ over the past year, leading noisy protests about the university’s support of joint research with Chinese-backed organisations and alleging he was assaulted by Chinese government supporters at a rally last year in support of Hong Kong protesters.
A UQ spokesman said it was inappropriate to comment on the specifics of the move against Mr Pavlou. “However, the university rejects Mr Pavlou’s statement that the university’s process is an attempt to penalise him for airing his political beliefs,” the spokesman said.
“Universities reasonably expect that students comply with conduct policies and charters that reflect both the organisation’s values and community expectations.
“UQ’s disciplinary processes seek to address alleged contraventions of university policy — they do not seek to prevent students from expressing their views or to limit their right to freedom of speech.”
Mr Pavlou, a philosophy student, has also attracted criticism from Chinese government-owned media over his vocal hardline stances against Beijing.
News of the university’s move sparked criticism on social media.
Mr Pavlou’s supporters have begun an online petition against his possible expulsion, and this had attracted more than 4700 signatures by late Wednesday.
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