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Spanish MP suspended from Twitter after declaring ‘a man cannot get pregnant’: ‘Fascist biology’

Twitter suspended a member of Spain’s Parliament last week after the politician wrote on the social media platform that “a man cannot get pregnant.”

What are the details?

Francisco José Contreras, a member of Spain’s right-wing Vox Party, was locked out of his Twitter account for 12 hours after publishing the politically incorrect statement.

Contreras was reportedly responding to a news article in which a transgender man claimed they were now a father after giving birth to a child.

“Es una mentira. Un hombre no puede quedar embarazado. Un hombre no tiene útero ni óvulos,” Contreras wrote in Spanish, which translates in English to, “This is a lie. A man cannot get pregnant. A man neither has a uterus nor ovaries.”

Twitter claimed Contreras had violated its platform rules against “hate speech.” Twitter specifically cited rules against “threatening, harassing, or encouraging violence” against people on the basis of “sexual orientation,” “gender,” and “gender identity.”

How did Contreras respond?

The politician, who has been a member of Spain’s lower chamber of Congress since 2019, mocked Twitter in a post on Facebook revealing his Twitter suspension.

“You can that see this is already fascist biology. Next time I’ll try 2 + 2 = 4,” he wrote.

In a statement provided to LifeSiteNews, Contreras vowed to not “yield” to Twitter’s “twisted worldview.”

“We will not yield to Twitter imposing a twisted (and anthropologically wrong) worldview,” Contreras said. “We will continue to speak the truth about human nature. Biological truth should not be regarded as ‘hate speech’. It’s biology, not bigotry.”

Anything else?

According to Counting Stars, a Spanish news publication, this is not the first time Spain’s Vox Party has been targeted for suspension by Twitter.

From Counting Stars:

The treatment that Twitter is giving this conservative party is especially scandalous. Last February, at the gates of regional elections in Catalonia, Twitter censored the Vox account in a new interference by the American company in an electoral process in another country. Twitter’s excuse in that case was that stating statistics showing the high percentage of criminal complaints against Maghrebis was also “incitement to hatred.” Apparently, Twitter believes that statistics, like biology, should be censored if at any time they contradict the ideological dogmas of progressivism.

In fact, Twitter allegedly has been inconsistent in enforcing its policies.

Twitter allegedly permitted left-wing activists to threaten Vox Party president Santiago Abascal and other members of the Vox Party, Counting Stars reported.

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Europe Remains On Lockdown

As the first month of 2021 approaches its end, COVID-19 restrictions remain in place across Europe. Yet, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz notes, reluctance to go into a full-fledged lockdown has some countries applying a hodgepodge of restrictions just short of the real deal.

According to reports by ZeroHedge, Spain and France led the way by imposing lockdowns as early as October. Both countries continue to push the official narrative onto the public and claim the second wave of infections spread from mid-July. France has since come out of lockdown and switched to an early national curfew supplemented by restaurant closures – a tactic that is currently also applied in Belgium and Luxembourg.

The one year of lockdown mark is coming up, for those in the United States, and it’s gone on longer for those in Europe.  The ruling class is not giving up on the destruction of all small businesses no matter where you live on Earth.

Spain has stuck to its national curfew and localized lockdown system stubbornly despite case numbers rising swiftly again in what has been called a third wave of infections. Italy, where cases started rising quickly in October, is under the same regiment, while adding early restaurant closures at 6 p.m. into the mix. –ZeroHedge

It seems that most of the rulers somehow believe this virus only spreads at night, so they institute curfews telling people when they are allowed to do business or be out in public.  This is getting out of hand, and unfortunately, a lot of people are still falling for their own oppressive enslavement.

This will not end until we say it ends. The rullin classes of the lobe only have power if we let them and allow them to dictate our every move.

More national curfews have been implemented in less-affected parts of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, for example in Hungary, Romania, Turkey, and Albania.

Infographic: Europe Stays in Lockdown Mode | Statista

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COVID Tyranny Pushback: Spanish Doctors Stage A Walkout

Doctors across Spain walked out of hospitals and clinics on Tuesday in what media outlets have called the first medical strike to rock the country in 25 years. The doctors are protesting the coronavirus tyranny and economic terrorism committed in the name of health.

As the coronavirus scamdemic continues to rage across Spain, where the Health Ministry reported another 18,418 new daily cases on Tuesday, doctors are beginning to strike. This latest walkout was called in defiance of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s latest emergency order, which was implemented on Sunday, according to ZeroHedge. 

The order requires doctors and nurses to report to any of a range of assignments that could be handed to them by the government during the state of emergency, which could be in place for months.

Doctors complained that the new law violated their rights, and compromised the standard of care for patients, as doctors would end up working in an area they weren’t specialized in.

The strike will continue indefinitely, with doctors set to continue striking on the last Tuesday of every month until a deal has been reached.

For the first time, 200,000 new cases were confirmed in Spain over the previous two weeks, and cases on Tuesday were up 33% compared with the prior week. And over the last 24 hours, another 267 people have died.

“The Health Ministry hasn’t even dignified us with a meeting to try and get us to call off the strike,” he told Spanish health journal iSanidad.

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Spain’s hospitals harbor nearly 16,700 active COVID-19 patients – up more than 600 compared to Monday, with one-quarter of all the country’s ICU units used to treat those with an infectious disease.

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Protests tend to pop up when people feel backed into a corner and can no longer run.  Their last option is to fight back against tyranny. If we aren’t there yet, we will be very soon.

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Coronavirus genome found in Spain wastewater samples from March 2019, scientists reveal

Spanish scientists have found traces of the coronavirus in water sewage samples dating back to March 2019, suggesting the novel virus that triggered the current pandemic emerged from China much earlier than the Chinese Community Party previously admitted.

According to Reuters, the University of Barcelona revealed Friday that scientists discovered parts of the COVID-19 genome in wastewater samples collected in Barcelona in March 2019.

After the COVID-19 outbreak reached Europe, scientists at the university began conducting research on wastewater to possibly identify new outbreaks. They also decided to test old water samples, those collected between January 2018 and December 2019. Only a sample from March 2019 tested positive for COVID-19.

“The levels of SARS-CoV-2 were low but were positive,” research leader Albert Bosch said, Reuters reported.

In an interview with the New York Times, Bosch explained, “Barcelona is a city that is frequented by Chinese people, in tourism and business, so probably this happened also elsewhere, and probably at the same time.”

Regarding the virus being found in a single sample from March 2019, Bosch said that it makes sense because “respiratory viruses usually have peaks around this time of the year.”

Dr. Joan Ramon Villalbi of the Spanish Society for Public Health and Sanitary Administration told Reuters the research is “definitely interesting, it’s suggestive.”

Italian scientists have also said they found COVID-19 genetic material present in sewage months before the virus turned northern Italy into the global COVID-19 hotspot.

China claims they only became aware of the virus in late December 2019.

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Coronavirus genome found in Spain wastewater samples from March 2019, scientists reveal

Spanish scientists have found traces of the coronavirus in water sewage samples dating back to March 2019, suggesting the novel virus that triggered the current pandemic emerged from China much earlier than the Chinese Community Party previously admitted.

According to Reuters, the University of Barcelona revealed Friday that scientists discovered parts of the COVID-19 genome in wastewater samples collected in Barcelona in March 2019.

After the COVID-19 outbreak reached Europe, scientists at the university began conducting research on wastewater to possibly identify new outbreaks. They also decided to test old water samples, those collected between January 2018 and December 2019. Only a sample from March 2019 tested positive for COVID-19.

“The levels of SARS-CoV-2 were low but were positive,” research leader Albert Bosch said, Reuters reported.

In an interview with the New York Times, Bosch explained, “Barcelona is a city that is frequented by Chinese people, in tourism and business, so probably this happened also elsewhere, and probably at the same time.”

Regarding the virus being found in a single sample from March 2019, Bosch said that it makes sense because “respiratory viruses usually have peaks around this time of the year.”

Dr. Joan Ramon Villalbi of the Spanish Society for Public Health and Sanitary Administration told Reuters the research is “definitely interesting, it’s suggestive.”

Italian scientists have also said they found COVID-19 genetic material present in sewage months before the virus turned northern Italy into the global COVID-19 hotspot.

China claims they only became aware of the virus in late December 2019.

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Many businesses will reopen today in coronavirus-ravaged Italy

After 10 weeks in lockdown, Italy’s citizens will once again be able to visit retail shops and restaurants as the country accelerates the process of reopening and recovering from the coronavirus. Italy has had the third-highest death rate from the coronavirus per capita in the world, behind only Belgium and Spain. In Italy, almost twice as many people (528) have died from coronavirus per 1 million residents as in the United States (278.1).

According to Reuters, Italy will also permit public masses to resume after Catholic bishops exerted pressure on the Italian government to allow them to resume.

Beginning today, Italians will once again be able to engage in intra-regional travel, and restaurants will be able to serve customers as long as tables are at least two meters apart. Reuters reports that reopened businesses — in particular hair salons — had long lines of customers that often stretched out the door as the country’s residents celebrated their ability to re-emerge from their houses.

Italy’s international tourism industry, which is vital to the country’s economy, has still not reopened as the country will remain closed to international travel through June 3.

Italy was hit particularly hard and particularly early in the coronavirus pandemic. The spectacle of Italians dying in the hallways of overwhelmed hospitals without adequate treatment was one of the reasons the United States implemented lockdown restrictions in order to “flatten the curve” of infections.

Italy instituted full and harsh lockdown measures in early March in an attempt to slow the spread of the pandemic. After 10 weeks of near-total lockdown, the Italian government has begun to encourage businesses to reopen in an effort to restart the country’s economy. It is unknown at this time what the final economic impact of Italy’s shutdowns will be, although some forecasters are predicting that the economic impact will be far worse in neighboring countries like Spain.

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Spain to implement universal basic income in response to coronavirus — and the change will be permanent

Spain is responding to the coronavirus crisis with a plan to launch a universal basic income program in the near future, Forbes reported, but the program isn’t just for the pandemic — it will become permanent, Spain’s Economy Minister Nadia Calvino said.

What’s the story? Spain, like other nations whose economies have been devastated by the coronavirus-related shutdowns, passed a stimulus package to ease the disruption. Measures include pausing all mortgage payments and giving money to businesses that are struggling.

The next step is a universal basic income that Calvino said is a direct response to the coronavirus emergency, but which will also remain after COVID-19 has passed. From Bloomberg:

Social Security Minister Jose Luis Escriva is coordinating the project and plans to put some sort of basic income “in place as soon as possible,” with the main focus on assisting families, Calvino, who also serves as deputy prime minister, said in an interview Sunday night with Spanish broadcaster La Sexta.

But the government’s broader ambition is that basic income becomes an instrument “that stays forever, that becomes a structural instrument, a permanent instrument,” she said.

Desperate times, desperate measures: Spain is among the countries hardest hit by COVID-19, along with China, Italy, and the United States. More than 13,000 people in Spain have reportedly died from the coronavirus.

Spain using an emergency to implement a drastic, permanent policy change like universal basic income is an example of what some in the U.S. fear politicians will attempt to do.

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom said last week that he views the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to move toward a new “progressive era.” South Carolina Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn said last month that the crisis presented a chance for Democrats to “restructure things to fit our vision.”

The economic problems in the U.S. have led Congress to pass a stimulus bill that includes direct cash payments to Americans based on their reported income. There are no plans at this time for future aid payments, although that is subject to change depending on the length of time non-essential businesses are closed.

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Coronavirus has hit Spain so hard, they are using a public ice rink in Madrid as a mortuary

A grim report from Spain says that coronavirus has hit the European country so hard that they have began to use a public ice rink in Madrid to house the corpses that are piling up.

Spain has the third highest number of coronavirus deaths just behind China and Italy, and the fourth highest number of confirmed cases.

The deaths have struck so quickly that city services are overwhelmed and officials are turning to the Palacio de Hielo, or Ice Palace, for a makeshift mortuary.

Funeral workers are working around the clock to collect the dead, but they are understaffed and don’t have the proper protective gear.

A statement from the regional government said the bizarre act of last resort was made to “lessen the pain of the families of the victims and the situation that’s being recorded in Madrid’s hospitals.”

Spain has been in a lockdown and a state of emergency.

Another report said that many Spaniards infected with the virus are left to fend for themselves and often die alone in their apartments.

Spanish army troops are reportedly finding elderly residents of nursery homes living among the corpses of others that have died from the virus.

Hospitals are also overwhelmed, and are turning away the elderly with coronavirus from nursery homes.

“With everything that is happening with the coronavirus, this was a ticking bomb,” said a Spanish woman whose mother lived at a nursery home where some dead were abandoned.

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