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(1) Re: Ex-Freemason reveals the secret religion inside Freemasonry. Video removed by Youtube(2) Bill Gates with two Rabbis, Gates wearing yarmulke(3) The same photo of Bill Gates with the two rabbis is also at(4) Jordan Peterson challenges Justin Trudeau: "Just try and regulate my YouTube channel"(5) Parents' fury at NYC's woke Dalton School after first-graders shown sex-education videos featuring masturbation(6) Parents rebel against Woke Indoctrination of their Children in private schools(7) US Army recruitment advert features female corporal raised by two lesbian mothers(8) Google Docs autocorrects your words to gender neutral and politically correct language(9) Bettina Arndt - Free Speech does not include bullying and harassing audiences and preventing them from accessing the venue(10) Jacinta Price, Conservative Aboriginal, to Run for Australian Senate to Push Back on Left Wing ‘Ideology’(1) Re: Ex-Freemason reveals the secret religion inside Freemasonry. Video removed by YoutubeYoutube (owned by Google) removed the videobut it's at at Incorrect material can disappear at any time. Best save it, then watch it as time allows.(2) Bill Gates with two Rabbis, Gates wearing yarmulke Energy: The Rebbe's energyTwenty years ago this week, this leading light of the Jewish people ascended to Heaven and left extraordinary instructions to the Jewish people on how to nurture the next generation of Jews.By YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZJULY 1, 2014 13:55The author with the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1992.(photo credit: REUTERS)Upon the birth of Menachem Mendel Schneerson in 1902, a telegram was sent to his home by the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Sholom Dovber Schneersohn, with extraordinary instructions to his parents on raising him, including for his mother to wash her hands ritually before nursing the future leader. Twenty years ago this week, this leading light of the Jewish people ascended to Heaven and left extraordinary instructions to the Jewish people on how to nurture the next generation of Jews.I was a young reporter in 1992, dispatched to 770 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights in Brooklyn, New York, the headquarters of the Chabad movement (known among Chabad hassidim simply as '770'), to report on the growing messianism sweeping Chabad, and was granted extraordinary access to the Rebbe in what turned out to be his final days and hours before a stroke debilitated him at the graveside of his predecessor. His last fully conscious act involved reading the written supplications of Jews, including those of this writer, when the Angel of Death suddenly yet mercifully began a two-year ordeal to ease the Lubavitch movement into the idea that their beloved leader was not going to live forever.Chabad messianism at the time, while widely ridiculed was also largely misunderstood. 'In every generation there is a potential moshiach [messiah],' Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, the Rebbe's closest aide, told me at the time. 'In our generation, the best candidate is the Rebbe.' While there were more messianic voices, the truth is that the Jewish people had witnessed a series of miracles in the rebirth of the Jewish people and the Jewish state after the Shoah and this was mirrored in the miraculous growth of Chabad worldwide during that same time.What Lubavitchers knew but refused to acknowledge for two generations was that they were serving what would be the seventh and final Lubavitcher Rebbe; he ascended to the role at 51 and had no children. Most of the messianism was just the expression of Lubavitchers' deepest wish that they would not be left without their Moses. If the Shoah was their – and our – Egypt, then the Rebbe was the beloved shepherd who would bring them – and all of us – to the Holy Land and redemption.The massive exodus from the Soviet Union that immediately preceded the Rebbe's stroke, which left him speechless, spoke clearer than any teaching that redemption might indeed be possible, which many felt might also mean that their aging leader might not leave them after all. Lubavitch had to 'bring moshiach now' because they loved the Rebbe so deeply and couldn't imagine their lives and the world without him. It was their only hope.While childless, the Rebbe was a remarkable parent, and believed in the resiliency of his children, the Jewish people. He taught about love for the Jewish people regardless of practice and affiliation. He believed that education is the key to the survival of the Jewish people. And he showed by example how a small yet dedicated group can be transformative for the whole Jewish people. These lessons transcend Chabad and are there for the whole Jewish world to emulate and adapt.I am not a Lubavitcher, but all of us who were fortunate to be touched by the Rebbe are his hassidim in one way or another. The day before his stroke and after five hours of the Rebbe standing at 770, to receive Jews and distribute blessings and dollars, I was invited to be perhaps the last person to receive a blessing from the Rebbe and to ask him a question. He received me with no fatigue, his blue eyes ablaze and his voice clear.I did not ask him about solar energy, even though a decade earlier, during birkat hachama (a special blessing on the sun that is said every 28 years) he advocated solar power as the solution to the energy crisis. Nor did I challenge him on pluralism in Jewish life. And I did not think it would be polite to ask him if he thought he was going to be the last Rebbe or what he thought of the wave of messianism.My question, the final question he ever answered, was simple: 'Why do you think our generation merits redemption?' I asked, I think, in Hebrew.And ever since, I have tried to be a worthy recipient of his final blessing and answer.The Rebbe stood firmly and by example as a symbol of hope for Jews and for humanity. Twenty years after his passing, we must nurture sources of hope for Israel, the Jewish people and the world. And no matter how much we accomplish, the Rebbe peers down from Heaven and numerous billboards and pictures to ask us to redouble our efforts because Redemption is ever so close and dependent upon perhaps the next positive action we may take.The writer serves as CEO of Energiya Global Capital, a Jerusalem-based solar developer, and was the first private-sector candidate for Israel's presidency. He was recently named for the fourth consecutive year to The Jerusalem Post's list of 'Most Influential Jews' and can be followed on Twitter @kaptainsunshine. ==(3) The same photo of Bill Gates with the two rabbis is also at A Shattered WorldBreathing new life into a shattered people: the three components that set the Lubavithcer Rebbe's leadership apart, in the aftermath of the holocaust ...(4) Jordan Peterson challenges Justin Trudeau: "Just try and regulate my YouTube channel" Peterson challenges Justin Trudeau over social media censorship billDr. Peterson to Trudeau: "Just try and regulate my YouTube channel and see what happens."Angelo IsidorouThe Post MillennialMay 13, 2021 2:01 PMDr. Jordan B. Peterson took to Twitter on Wednesday to critique the controversial Canadian censorship Bill. Bill C-10 is currently being pushed forward by the Liberal government and is being spearheaded by Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault. If passed, the Bill would regulate all Canadian social media users and impose CRTC restrictions on content."How about we don't do this, Canada. I'd hate to move," Said Peterson in a tweet.The celebrated Canadian Psychologist also took aim at the CBC:"I have a million more YouTube subscribers than our national broadcaster CBC. So does that make me a broadcaster to be regulated by Trudeau's pathetic minions? Or does it just indicate that CBC is a failure, despite the fortune it takes in in public subsidy?"CBC, your heavily subsidized but once admired and credible state broadcaster is now ideologically addled, propagandistic, outdated and increasingly despised or ignored. And now you dare to extend your incompetent governance to other media forms?"Bill C-10 initially exempted user-generated content from being subject to regulation, but this clause was recently and abruptly removed. Following the alteration of this Bill, multiple experts voiced serious concerns over the new effects, including the former commissioner for the CRTC itself.In an interview with The National Post, Former CRTC commissioner Peter Menzies said that Bill C-10 "doesn’t just infringe on free expression, it constitutes a full-blown assault upon it and, through it, the foundations of democracy."Dr. Peterson also directly addressed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau saying, "Just try and regulate my YouTube channel and see what happens @JustinTrudeau."Dr. Peterson concluded his criticism with by correlating this Bill to Bill C-16, the controversial pronoun Bill that played a role in his rise to fame. The Psychologist also tagged Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre in one of his Tweets and made the announcement that he will soon be appearing on the Jordan Peterson Podcast.(5) Parents' fury at NYC's woke Dalton School after first-graders shown sex-education videos featuring masturbation' fury at NYC's woke Dalton School after first-graders are taught about masturbation during Sex-Ed classes that also instruct kids they can't be hugged 'without consent'Justine Ang Fonte, the health and wellness teacher at the Dalton School, allegedly showed students a video last fall from the sex education series AMAZEFonte's classes also reportedly included lessons on gender identity and consentLessons allegedly instructed children that their parents and grandparents should not touch them without asking permissionFonte reportedly told parents that she does not use the word 'masturbation' in class after they complained to school administratorsBy ADAM SCHRADER and MELISSA KOENIG FOR DAILYMAIL.COMPUBLISHED: 08:46 AEST, 30 May 2021 | UPDATED: 22:14 AEST, 30 May 2021Parents at an elite private school in New York City are furious that first-graders have been shown sex education videos that appear to include information about masturbation.Justine Ang Fonte, a health and wellness teacher at the Dalton School, allegedly showed students a video last fall from the free sex education series for children called AMAZE, in which a cartoon boy asks about erections.Fonte's classes also reportedly included lessons on gender identity and consent, instructing children that their parents and grandparents should not touch them without asking permission.Fonte has told parents that she does not use the word 'masturbation' in class after they complained to school administrators but were told they had misinterpreted the lessons, the New York Post reported.In the video, a cartoon little boy asks: 'Hey, how come sometimes my penis gets big sometimes and points in the air?''That's called an erection,' the cartoon adult woman responds.'Sometimes I touch my penis because it feels good,' the boy adds.Then a cartoon little girl says: 'Sometimes, when I'm in my bath or when Mom puts me to bed, I like to touch my vulva too.''You have a clitoris there, Kayla, that probably feels good to touch the same way Keith's penis feels good when he touches it,' the adult character tells the little girl.The adult woman adds: 'Have you ever noticed that older kids and grown-ups don't touch their private parts in public? It's okay to touch yourself and see how different body parts feel - but it's best to only do it in private.'Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Foundation provided the school, where his ex-wife Karen is on the board of trustees, with a $450,000 grant which reportedly funds Fonte's work.The series in which the controversial video appears is created through a partnership between the Washington D.C. based nonprofit Advocates for Youth and the organizations Answer and Youth Tech Health.YouTube statistics show the channel's videos have been viewed 619,938 times.Dalton School parents who wanted to remain anonymous told the New York Post the video was 'quietly removed from the curriculum.''I'm paying $50,000 to these a**holes to tell my kid not to let her grandfather hug her when he sees her?' an anonymous parent said another parent told her.Another mother said: 'Kids have no less than five classes on gender identity – this is pure indoctrination. This person should absolutely not be teaching children.''Ironically, she teaches kids about 'consent' yet she has never gotten consent from parents about the sexually explicit, and age inappropriate material about transgender to first graders,' that mom said.She then slammed the school administrators who she said 'gaslit' parents into thinking they were 'confused' about the lessons, the New York Post reported.'We are in fact just seeing very clearly for the first time what a 'progressive' education really means at Dalton,' the mother said.The outlet recently revealed that Fonte led 'Porn Literacy' workshops on May 5 at a $47,000-a-year private school once attended by Barron Trump.The school allegedly forced juniors to attend a compulsory workshop on porn which included lessons on incest roleplay and OnlyFans.The students at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on Manhattan's Upper West Side were told to watch a slideshow entitled, 'Pornography Literacy: An intersectional focus on mainstream porn.'Most of the 120 students, between the ages of 16 and 17, who attended the lecture watched it on Zoom from home.The teens were also shown statistics on the 'orgasm gap' showing straight women have fewer orgasms with their partners than gay men or lesbians.Students were also shown photos of partially-nude women, some of whom were in bondage, to analyze 'What is porn and what is art?'Another slide cited various genres of porn, such as 'incest-themed,' consensual or 'vanilla,' 'barely legal,' 'kink' and BDSM.Additionally, the slideshow included a list of the most-searched pornographic terms in 2019, including 'anal,' 'gangbang' and even 'stepmom,' and discussed OnlyFans, where 'content creators' share photos and videos of themselves naked or having sex with subscribers for a monthly fee.School officials later apologized to parents for the lecture, with headmaster Dr. William Donohue saying they were not aware of what the lesson would entail.(6) Parents rebel against Woke Indoctrination of their Children in private schools who wrote scathing letter to Brearley about race focus: ‘Someone had to’By Dana KennedyApril 17, 2021 | 6:02pm | UpdatedHow parents are fighting critical race theory in NYC schoolsA father fed up with an elite Manhattan prep school’s heavy-handed focus on race won’t re-enroll his daughter in the fall, accusing the school of trying to "brainwash" kids with woke philosophies rather than teaching them how to think on their own.In a scathing 1,700-word letter Andrew Gutmann mailed to 650 families — a screed since gone viral —  he blasted the posh, all-girls Brearley School’s "cowardly and appalling lack of leadership [for] appeasing an anti-intellectual, illiberal mob."The April 13 missive  —  published this week on journalist  Bari Weiss’   blog —  became public the same day the headmaster of the famed Dalton School resigned over controversial "anti-racism"  curriculum and policies that had outraged many parents.Chelsea Clinton, Tina Fey, Drew Barrymore and Steve Martin are among those with daughters enrolled at Brearley. Tuition is $54,000 per year. Famous alumnae of the 761-student, K-12 school include Caroline Kennedy, Jill Clayburgh, Téa Leoni and Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney.Gutmann’s treatise listed 10 "objections" and generally decried the Upper East Side institution’s obsession with race."By viewing every element of education, every aspect of history, and every facet of society through the lens of skin color and race, we are desecrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.," he wrote, saying the policies encourage kids to judge, and be judged, by the color of their skin.He’s now waiting to see if the school will allow his 12-year-old daughter to finish out the year. She’s been there since kindergarten and hopes to stay until June to complete the sixth grade. Gutmann asked that the Post not identify his daughter."She hasn’t been brainwashed yet by the school — but she’s had me at home," Gutmann said Saturday. "I’m not so sure that’s true of the other kids."Gutmann, a wealthy former investment banker who now heads his family’s chemical business, does not regret writing the letter.He said he grew increasingly concerned and frustrated by what he saw happening at the school. Last year he refused to sign the school’s anti-racism pledge. "I thought they were going to kick my daughter out then," Gutmann said. "They didn’t but next year they have the pledge built into the yearly school contract."The pledge asks that parents of prospective students explain how their family’s values align with the school’s "commitment to creating an anti-racist and inclusive school community." The application also states that the school "requires all members, including at least one parent/guardian, to participate in required anti-racist training and ongoing reflection."Gutmann said it was all too much for him and he finally put his pen to paper."Someone had to do it," he said. "Someone had to light the match. Everyone’s so afraid of cancel culture. We’re going to destroy the city, we’re going to destroy the country."Gutmann said the school managed to sneak in the increased emphasis on race during the pandemic when everyone was distracted. He said the once-rigorous curriculum completely changed over the summer."I don’t know who’s really driving this and nobody does," he said.His letter’s most controversial claim is objecting to the school’s belief in "systemic racism" and how "any educational, professional, or societal outcome where Blacks are underrepresented is prima facie evidence of the aforementioned systemic racism, or of white supremacy and oppression."Brearley’s head of school fired back Friday with her own message to the school’s families, calling Gutmann’s letter "deeply offensive and harmful.""This afternoon, I and others who work closely with Upper School students met with more than one hundred of them, many of whom told us that they felt frightened and intimidated by the letter and the fact that it was sent directly to our homes," Jane Fried wrote. "Our students noted that as this letter, which denies the presence of systemic racism, crossed their doorways, the evidence of ongoing racism – systemic or otherwise – is daily present in our headlines."Gutmann, 45, dismissed the notion that Brearley students would be "frightened" by a letter."The upper schoolers are afraid of getting a letter at their home?" Gutmann said Saturday. "They’re frightened and intimidated? The school has said it’s number one priority is to teach the girls intellectual bravery and courageousness. Either they are lying or else they have done an atrocious job."In the letter, Gutmann decried the school’s "vacuous, inappropriate, and fanatical use of words such as equity, diversity and inclusiveness."If Brearley’s administration was truly concerned about so-called ‘equity,’ it would be discussing the cessation of admissions preferences for legacies, siblings, and those families with especially deep pockets," Gutmann wrote."If the administration was genuinely serious about ‘diversity,’ it would not insist on the indoctrination of its students, and their families, to a single mindset, most reminiscent of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Instead, the school would foster an environment of intellectual openness and freedom of thought."He criticized the school for gutting the traditional curriculum and censoring books while repeatedly telling parents that its first priority is the "safety" of the children."For goodness sake, Brearley is a school, not a hospital!" he wrote.Gutmann said he most resented how "Brearley has begun to teach what to think, instead of how to think."Gutmann said he’s received an overwhelming number of supportive emails, from parents at Brearley as well as other private schools in the city."There’s a whole underground-like movement out there," the father of one said.One of the more than 850 people who have so far commented on blog posted: "This is a masterpiece, and I want to buy this man a drink."Others pushed back against Gutmann’s claim that there is no such thing as systemic racism in the country anymore."He is wrong," wrote Matt Mullen. "We need to understand why there are such vast disparities in achievement and wealth between black and white families. And don’t you dare, for one minute, think that there is an easy, simple answer to this question."(7) US Army recruitment advert features female corporal raised by two lesbian mothers Won’t Win WarsBY STAFF WRITERMAY 22, 2021Let's just say, Senator Ted Cruz's description of a "woke, emasculated military" is something of an understatement.The US military has rolled out another woke recruitment advert, this time featuring the story of a young female army corporal who was raised by two lesbian mothers.The advert, which is entirely animated in the style of a children’s cartoon and shows no live-action or real weapons, features the story of how Emma Malonelord came to join the US army.Malonelord explains how with "two moms" she’s always been surrounded by "strong women," adding that from an early age, she’s been defending freedom, like taking part in LGBTQ Pride marches.She also describes joining the army as "a way to prove my inner strength."Soon after its release, the video was compared alongside recruitment adverts from both Russia and China. And let’s just say, Senator Ted Cruz’s description of a "woke, emasculated military" is something of an understatement. Cruz@tedcruz·May 21Holy crap.Perhaps a woke, emasculated military is not the best idea....Pardes Seleh@PardesSeleh · May 20Russian army ad vs US army ad2021 Google Docs autocorrects your words to gender neutral and politically correct language 19, 2021Google Docs gets social justice update, autocorrecting to gender neutral and politically correct language"Correcting" you as you type.By Didi RankovicPosted 11:50 amGoogle announced on Tuesday, during its I/O developer conference, that editing capabilities of Google Docs have been expanded to police text and monitor a writer’s level of inclusivity.Thus an update to the app means that Google Docs will start suggesting changing words like "mailman" to "mail carrier" and "chairman" to "chairperson," it has been revealed.Users will also be prompted to avoid using passive voice or what Google determines to be offensive language. It’s unclear from reports if the new feature will be opt-in or out, or hard-coded in the app, that is, impossible to avoid using.This user-facing change comes after Google’s style guide for developers already seeking to "tidy up" language according to the sensitivities the giant is pandering to. For example, developers are instructed to replace "crazy" with "baffling," "dummy variable" with "placeholder variable," and "final sanity-check" with "final check for completeness and clarity."As early as 2018, Google got rid of gender pronouns from predictive text on Gmail for fear of offending somebody on that front, as well as of racial slurs, expletives, and mentions of business rivals.CEO Sundar Pichai is said to have made implementing social justice tenets a priority for the whole of Google.Google is not alone in promoting what many refer to as woke culture or at least paying lip service to it. Often, restrictions placed on the way users communicate and share content go hand in hand.Twitter will start prompting users to reconsider sending their replies to tweets and think those over as "potentially" harmful or offensive before tapping "send." The social network seems to be using some form of machine learning to achieve this type of content policing.Facebook is similarly trying to make users reconsider what they share by presenting them with pop-ups inquiring if they’d read the article in question.Although these messages can be ignored, depending on who you ask, they are designed to introduce either more "self-awareness" or more "self-censorship."(9) Bettina Arndt - Free Speech does not include bullying and harassing audiences and preventing them from accessing the venueBettina - Maddy Ward - free speech does not include screaming students bullying and harassing audiences for campus events and preventing them from accessing the venue OF MY SYDNEY UNIVERSITY PROTEST SUSPENDEDWe have finally learnt that Maddy Ward, the key organiser of the Sydney University protest against me, has actually been given a one semester suspension from her studies next year for misconduct in relation to the protest. She has written about this for an online "progressive" journal,, where she whines about left-wing students being targeted, having codes of conduct used against them by sinister "external figures and organisations".Back in June we discovered Ward had been charged with misconduct – she posted on Facebook that she was outraged that I had "weaponised" the bullying and harassment laws against her. Pretty funny, really, because it's her tribe, the authoritarian left, which was responsible for persuading universities to regulate this type of behaviour.So now it turns out she's facing a real publishment, not just a slap on the wrist – mainly because she was subject to a previous suspended misconduct charge over her harassment of an anti-abortion group on campus, where she flashed her tits at the Christian protesters. Ward was also in trouble earlier this year for endorsing violence against Israeli soldiers in the form of a "martyred" female suicide bomber on the front page of the student magazine.The Australian wrote about the decision today – reporter, Rebecca Urban, noted that the University has previously declined to provide details of findings against individual students for privacy reasons, but Maddy Ward told The Australian that she had been found guilty of breaching the student code of conduct by "unreasonably impeding access to a lecture theatre" and failing to treat members of the public with "respect, dignity, impartiality courtesy and sensitivity".The paper quotes Associate Professor Peter McCallum commenting on the decision: "Any findings made in this case are not in any way intended to discourage free speech or protest."Yet the fact that the University has imposed a suspension on Ward sends an important signal that expression of free speech does not include screaming students bullying and harassing audiences for campus events and preventing them from accessing the venue.This serious action puts a lie to Vice Chancellor Michael Spence's persistent claim that the protest was no big deal. If, as Spence has claimed many times, the fuss about the protest was simply a circus, why would his University derail the young activist's studies for half a year?(10) Jacinta Price, Conservative Aboriginal, to Run for Australian Senate to Push Back on Left Wing ‘Ideology’ Price to Run for Australian Senate to Push Back on Left Wing ‘Ideology’BY EPOCH TIMES SYDNEY STAFFJune 1, 2021 Updated: June 1, 2021Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, the deputy mayor of Alice Springs, in central Australia, has announced that she will run for one of the Northern Territory’s two Senate seats in federal Parliament.Price will run for the Country Liberal Party (CLP) against Nationals senator Sam McMahon in a bid for the seat, which will pit her against a fellow Coalition member. The Liberal-National coalition form the current Australian government."It is nothing personal at all," Price told The Australian. "I have the respect of many Coalition members, both Nationals and Liberal, and I know I can bring … a wealth of knowledge across many different areas, including the plight of marginalised Indigenous Australians."Media reports have framed Price’s move as setting up a fight within the Coalition, but Price says this was never her intention."Just like two others within my party, we have chosen to nominate for the Senate in a bid to represent the Northern Territory," she said on Facebook."I am driven by the people of the Northern Territory and the only fight I am concerned with is fighting on behalf of the people of the Northern Territory!"Having unsuccessfully stood for the lower house seat of Lingiari at the federal election in 2019, Price said the Senate seat is a better platform to bring forth a real change and would be easier to win.Price, who has been a councillor for the town of Alice Springs since 2015, and is also the Director of the Indigenous Program at the Centre for Independent Studies, indicated that she wants to provide a more alternative voice among Parliament’s three Labor and one Australian Green Party Aboriginal lawmakers in the Senate."Within the Senate, there’s often challenges being brought by individuals like Senator Thorpe," Price said, referring to Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe, an advocate for a Green New Deal and who has pushed for a more radical agenda in the Senate."I feel it’s important on key positions to be able to push back on that level of ideology that I believe is creating division within the parliament that there is no place for," she told The Australian.The preselection contest is scheduled for June 26.