CLG Needs Your Help - December 14, 2022

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FDA Announces Recall of COVID-19 Tests Due to False Results

FDA Announces Recall of COVID-19 Tests Due to False Results | 13 Dec 2022 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday announced a COVID-19 test manufacturer is issuing a recall due to false test results. The COVID-19 tests were made by Detect Inc. and were sent to customers between July 26 and Aug. 26 of this year, according to the recall notice. It impacts about 11,000 tests, which were given an FDA emergency use authorization, made by the firm. "There is an increased chance that the tests from the lot numbers listed below may give false negative results," the announcement said. "Detect has conducted a thorough investigation to identify this issue and has made the decision to conduct a voluntary recall for these lots."

Gov. Ron DeSantis asks grand jury to investigate whether Floridians were misled by COVID shot firms - as he compares vaccine makers to opioid companies

Gov. Ron DeSantis asks grand jury to investigate whether Floridians were misled by COVID shot firms - as he compares vaccine makers to opioid companies --The firebrand Florida governor is asking for a probe into leading vaccine makers --He is asking the state's Supreme Court to gather a grand jury for the probe Florida is also launching its own public health committee to rival the CDC | 13 Dec 2022 | Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced his plans to probe "any and all wrongdoing" with respect to the Covid vaccines. The Republican - who has long been a critic of lockdowns, masks and vaccine mandates - plans to petition the state's Supreme Court to convene a grand jury to investigate how the shots were rolled out and marketed. He made the announcement following a roundtable with Florida's controversial Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo and a panel of scientists and physicians, in which they criticized Covid vaccine makers for not sharing data with independent experts. "We'll be able to get the data whether they want to give it or not," DeSantis said. "In Florida, it is illegal to mislead and misrepresent, especially when you are talking about the efficacy of a drug." Pfizer is charging $130 for its COVID-19 vaccine - a 10,000% mark-up from the estimated $1.18 it costs them to develop a single dose of the vaccine. The firm was charging the US government around $20 per shot but rose prices in an effort to make up for poor demand for the jabs. It is forecasted to rake in over $100billion in revenue this year, and brought in $81.2billion last year.

Connecticut won't require COVID vaccines for children

Connecticut won't require COVID vaccines for children | 13 Dec 2022 | Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says he will not mandate that children be vaccinated against COVID-19. He made the comment during an interview on the FOX 5 morning show Good Day New York. "Obviously, it's never something that we're going to require," Lamont said. "You can't push people too hard."

Judge Orders Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs to Appear at Emergency Court Hearing Over Election Lawsuit

Judge Orders Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs to Appear at Emergency Court Hearing Over Election Lawsuit | 13 Dec 2022 | A judge overseeing Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake's electoral lawsuit ordered Lake, Secretary of State and Arizona Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs, Maricopa County Board of Supervisors officials, and others to appear at a court hearing on Tuesday. Judge Peter Thompson, in issuing the order, wrote that the court has "reviewed" Lake's "verified statement of election contest" and said the "matter will be set on an accelerated basis." Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer and Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates were also ordered to attend the hearing, which will start at 2 p.m. ET. It comes as Lake stated Monday that her lawsuit is, in part, fueled by alleged whistleblower claims who have come forward. "We've had three whistleblowers from Maricopa County reach out and say the system is seriously flawed," Lake told Just the News on Monday, days after the suit was filed with a Maricopa County court.

Biden official hid info about meetings with George Soros, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi from public

Biden official hid info about meetings with George Soros, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi from public | 12 Dec 2022 | Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler scrubbed mention of a meeting with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and key details of a meeting with billionaire Democratic donor George Soros from the public version of his calendar. Gensler's public calendar showed that he only had a staff meeting on Aug. 7, 2021, while his private calendar lists a meeting with Clinton, according to a Fox News Digital review. And on Aug. 20, 2021, his public calendar lists a meeting with Soros but hid the meeting's agenda, which his private calendar shows was to discuss a forthcoming Wall Street Journal op-ed the business magnate was planning to write. Gensler's private calendar revealing the discrepancies was obtained by the watchdog group Energy Policy Advocates and shared with Fox News Digital. The group was only able to obtain the internal records after filing a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the SEC.

Non-binary Biden nuclear official Sam Brinton fired after multiple luggage theft charges - reports

Non-binary Biden nuclear official Sam Brinton fired after multiple luggage theft charges - reports | 12 Dec 2022 | The Department of Energy has fired a top nuclear waste official who happens to be non-binary and has been accused in a string of luggage thefts, according to reports. "Sam Brinton is no longer a DOE employee. By law, the Department of Energy cannot comment further on personnel matters," a spokesperson for the DOE told the Daily Beast on Monday. The 35-year-old Biden administration deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition at the DOE's Office of Nuclear Energy was reportedly canned after being charged with stealing a woman's suitcase from a Minneapolis airport in September and another woman's bag from a Las Vegas airport in July. Brinton, who was appointed to his former position in June, was caught on surveillance cameras making off with a $320 bag from Las Vegas's Harry Reid International Airport's baggage claim area that contained more than $3,500 worth of jewelry, clothing, and makeup, according to police.

Kevin McCarthy: GOP Will Subpoena 51 Intel Officials Who Claimed Hunter's Laptop Was 'Russian Disinformation'

Kevin McCarthy: GOP Will Subpoena 51 Intel Officials Who Claimed Hunter's Laptop Was 'Russian Disinformation' | 12 Dec 2022 | House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy has vowed to subpoena 51 senior intel officials who signed a letter prior to the 2020 election suggesting the Hunter Biden laptop story was "Russian disinformation." McCarthy's pronouncement comes as the "Twitter Files" dropped by Elon Musk have proven the social media platform deliberately censored the laptop story as directed by the DNC and Joe Biden's campaign. With the GOP set to assume the majority in the House come January, the California Republican is promising to hold the intel officials who helped cast doubt on the story accountable. McCarthy said of those who signed the letter that he'll "bring them and subpoena them before a committee" when Republicans take control.

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in Bahamas, prosecutor says

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in Bahamas, prosecutor says | 12 Dec 2022 | Sam Bankman-Fried, the embattled former CEO of cryptocurrency giant FTX and trading firm Alameda Research, has been arrested in the Bahamas, the Bahamas Attorney General's Office announced. The arrest "followed receipt of formal notification from the United States that it has filed criminal charges against SBF and is likely to request his extradition," the office said. "Earlier this evening, Bahamian authorities arrested Samuel Bankman-Fried at the request of the U.S. Government, based on a sealed indictment filed by the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York," United States Attorney Damian Williams said Monday. Since the collapse of FTX, federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have been looking at Bankman-Fried, sources have told ABC News.

WHO, Johns Hopkins, and Gates Foundation Conduct Another Pandemic Simulation. This Time the Virus Is Deadlier and Targets Children

WHO, Johns Hopkins, and Gates Foundation Conduct Another Pandemic Simulation. This Time the Virus Is Deadlier and Targets Children | 11 Dec 2022 | The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security partnered with the World Health Organization and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to conduct "Catastrophic Contagion," an exercise to simulate a global pandemic that is deadlier than the coronavirus and especially dangerous for children. Bill Gates was in attendance. The group conducted Catastrophic Contagion in Brussels, Belgium, on October 23, 2022. During the simulation, the World Health Organization's health advisory board addressed a fictional "Severe Epidemic Enterovirus Respiratory Syndrome" pandemic that originates in Brazil and disseminates across the globe. The exercise simulated a series of WHO emergency health advisory board meetings addressing a fictional pandemic set in the near future.

Hospital condemns girl to death over COVID jab: Mother of adopted 14-year-old pleads for help after Duke hospital refused to perform life-saving kidney transplant because she is not vaccinated

Hospital condemns girl to death over COVID jab: Mother of adopted 14-year-old pleads for help after Duke hospital refused to perform life-saving kidney transplant because she is not vaccinated --The Hickses argued with the medical team, pointing out that Yulia has already had COVID so has a level of immunity, but the doctors still refused | 10 Dec 2022 | A North Carolina family is appealing for help after their adopted 14-year-old daughter was refused a kidney transplant by Duke University hospital because she was not vaccinated against COVID-19. Yulia Hicks was taken in by Lee and Chrissy Hicks in January 2021 from Ukraine. They knew she had a rare genetic kidney condition, Senior Loken Syndrome, which would eventually mean she required a transplant. On November 11, however, they were told she was not eligible for Duke's waiting list because she was not vaccinated against COVID. "There's no sympathy whatsoever from any of them," said Chrissy Hicks. "It's just strong arming us: give her the vaccine, and you'll get the transplant." She said they had contacted a lawyer, but "can't have her life hanging in the balance with litigation" - and were seeking an alternative medical center.

Dow tumbles 300 points Friday, posts worst week since September

Dow tumbles 300 points Friday, posts worst week since September | 9 Dec 2022 | Stocks finished lower Friday, with all the major averages posting losses for the week as worries persisted over continued rate hikes. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 305.02 points, or 0.9%, to close at 33,476.46. The S&P 500 tumbled 0.73% to end at 3,934.38, while the Nasdaq Composite fell 0.7% to finish at 11,004.62. On a weekly basis, the Dow fell 2.77% to post its worst week since September. The S&P tumbled 3.37%, while the Nasdaq dropped 3.99%. Friday's moves came after November's producer price index showed higher-than-expected wholesale prices, which rose 0.3% last month and 7.4% over the previous year. Core PPI, which excludes food and energy, also topped expectations.

'Twitter Files, Part 4' details how platform changed policy specifically to ban 'Trump alone'

'Twitter Files, Part 4' details how platform changed policy specifically to ban 'Trump alone' --Thread details process Twitter execs took to make "case for a permanent ban" with "no concern for the free speech or democracy implications." | 9 Dec 2022 | The fourth entry in the ongoing "Twitter Files" series of explosive revelations dropped on Saturday night, with part four in the series focusing on the removal of Donald Trump from the popular social media platform in early 2021. The latest thread, published by writer Michael Shellenberger, details the process "Twitter executives" took as they were "build[ing] the case for a permanent ban" against the former Republican president. "On Jan 7 [2021]," Shellenberger wrote, Twitter executives "create[d] justifications to ban Trump ... [sought] a change of policy for Trump alone, distinct from other political leaders" and "...express[ed] no concern for the free speech or democracy implications of a ban."

Brace for a recession in 2023 as job losses top 2 million, Citi says

Brace for a recession in 2023 as job losses top 2 million, Citi says --Fed likely to trigger a recession with its interest rate hikes, Citi economists say | 9 Dec 2022 | The U.S. will likely tumble into a "mild" recession next year that sees unemployment top 5%, according to a new report from Citi Global Wealth Investments. The group said in its latest outlook report published this week that the economy could lose an estimated 2 million jobs in 2023 as the jobless rate climbs to 5.25%. "We believe that the Fed's rate hikes and shrinking bond portfolio have been stringent enough to cause an economic contraction within 2023," the economists said in the report. "And if the Fed does not pause rate hikes until it sees the contraction, a deeper recession may ensue."

'Miscalculation' causes ICE to underreport illegal immigrants released without tracking technology by over 18,000%

'Miscalculation' causes ICE to underreport illegal immigrants released without tracking technology by over 18,000% | 9 Dec 2022 | Immigration and Customs Enforcement claimed that a "data miscalculation" caused the agency to underreport the number of illegal immigrants released into the United States without tracking technology by over 18,000%, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported. During a private event hosted by ICE last week, the agency distributed documents to attendees about the 2004 "Alternatives to Detention" program. The initiative was launched as a "flight-mitigation tool" to track illegal immigrants using ankle bracelets and cell phones while they await scheduled court proceedings. According to the internal document obtained by the DCNF, as of November 14, ICE had released 49,459 illegal immigrants without any tracking technology. The reported figure on the document vastly differed from the stats on ICE's website, which stated that only 266 immigrants were released without ankle monitors or cell phones as of November 19.

Watchdog Seeks Records on Biden Administration's Inconsistent COVID-19 Vaccine Recommendations

Watchdog Seeks Records on Biden Administration's Inconsistent COVID-19 Vaccine Recommendations | 9 Dec 2022 | A watchdog is seeking records from the government on its inconsistent COVID-19 vaccine recommendation. Biden administration officials have for months claimed that a COVID-19 vaccine [aka clot shot] has become a once-a-year routine. "For a large majority of people, an annual COVID shot should be all they need," White House COVID-19 response coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha said in September. That same month, White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci compared the cadence to the flu vaccine, which is administered once per year. But Health Secretary Xavier Becerra, in multiple posts on Twitter, said that people should get a shot "if it's been over 2 months since your last dose." 

Kari Lake Files 70 Page Lawsuit to Throw Out Fraudulent Arizona Midterm Election Results - Claims Hundreds of Thousands of Illegal Ballots, 59% of ED Precinct Machine Failures, Tens of Thousands of Illicit Mail-in Ballots

Kari Lake Files 70 Page Lawsuit to Throw Out Fraudulent Arizona Midterm Election Results - Claims Hundreds of Thousands of Illegal Ballots, 59% of ED Precinct Machine Failures, Tens of Thousands of Illicit Mail-in Ballots | 9 Oct 2022 | Republican Kari Lake on Friday filed a lawsuit to nullify the 2022 midterm election results for the [rigged] governor's race in the state of Arizona. On Thursday, Trump Attorney Christina Bobb previewed this historic filing. Attorney Kurt Olsen told The Gateway Pundit, "We have put forward evidence that unquestionably shows that this election was stolen with illegal votes and likely fraudulent votes." In the filing this afternoon, the Kari Lake campaign claims hundreds of thousands of illegal votes were counted in the election, 59% of Maricopa County precincts had broken tabulators or printers on election day disenfranchising voters, and tens of thousands of illegal mail-in ballots were counted that did not pass signature verification requirements.

Twitter's Chief Censor Met Weekly With U.S. Intelligence Officials While Trump Was in Office, Internal Comms Reveal

Twitter's Chief Censor Met Weekly With U.S. Intelligence Officials While Trump Was in Office, Internal Comms Reveal | 9 Dec 2022 | Twitter's former Head of Trust and Safety, Yoel Roth, had weekly meetings with the FBI, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) at least as far back as 2020, when former President Donald Trump was still in office, internal communications between Twitter staff obtained by journalist Matt Taibbi Friday reveal. Yoel participated in one such weekly meeting shortly after the company's moderation team was thrown into a crisis following its decision to suppress an October 2020 New York Post story concerning a laptop owned by Hunter Biden, according to Taibbi. Roth appeared to explicitly ask the government officials in the meeting to "share anything useful" concerning the laptop story, but they apparently declined to do so... "Weekly sync with FBI/DHS/DNI re: election security. The meeting happened about 15 minutes after the aforementioned Hacked Materials implosion; the government declined to share anything useful when asked," Roth apparently wrote in an internal message, Taibbi reported.

Philadelphia Man Charged With Postal Crimes Was Also Found With Stolen Mail-in Ballots

Philadelphia Man Charged With Postal Crimes Was Also Found With Stolen Mail-in Ballots | 9 Dec 2022 | Authorities say a Philadelphia man found with about 15 mail-in ballots that had been stolen from U.S. Postal Service collection boxes faces numerous postal-related charges. Zachkey James, 27, was charged with impersonation of a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Mail Carrier, unlawful possession of three USPS arrow keys, mail theft, and possession of stolen mail, U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero said in a statement. The arrow key is a universal master key that opens USPS mail boxes and the master door panel for clusters of mail boxes such as those found in apartments. A July 2022 indictment alleges that while pretending to be a USPS mail carrier, James stole undelivered mail from a collection box near the Kingsessing Post Office in Philadelphia.

Twitter's 'secret blacklists' exposed

Twitter's 'secret blacklists' exposed --A new investigation details the practice of "shadow bans," known internally as "visibility filtering" | 9 Dec 2022 | Twitter has created a series of barriers and tools for moderators to prevent specific tweets and topics from trending, or limit the visibility of entire accounts without users' knowledge, according to internal correspondence and interviews with multiple high-level sources within the company. Despite repeated public assurances by top Twitter officials that the company does not "shadow ban" users, especially not "based on political viewpoints or ideology [LOL!]," the practice actually existed under the euphemism of "visibility filtering," according to journalist Bari Weiss, who published the second installment of the so-called "Twitter Files" in a lengthy thread on Thursday night.

New Autopsy Report Reveals Those Who Died Suddenly Were Likely Killed by the COVID Vaccine

New Autopsy Report Reveals Those Who Died Suddenly Were Likely Killed by the COVID Vaccine | 7 Dec 2022 | A major new autopsy report has found that three people who died unexpectedly at home with no pre-existing disease shortly after Covid vaccination were likely killed by the vaccine. A further two deaths were found to be possibly due to the vaccine. The report, published in Clinical Research in Cardiology, the official journal of the German Cardiac Society, detailed autopsies carried out at Heidelberg University Hospital in 2021. Led by Thomas Longerich and Peter Schirmacher, it found that in five deaths that occurred within a week of the first or second dose of vaccination with Pfizer or Moderna, inflammation of the heart tissue due to an autoimmune response triggered by the vaccine had likely or possibly caused the death.

Lawmakers reject bid to audit US aid for Ukraine

Lawmakers reject bid to audit US aid for Ukraine --House Republicans vowed to try again later after their resolution was narrowly defeated | 7 Dec 2022 | A resolution calling for an audit of US military and economic aid to Ukraine has been narrowly defeated in the House of Representatives. The measure, spearheaded by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and backed by multiple fellow legislators, was rejected by 26 votes to 22 before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Tuesday. The proposed audit had been strongly opposed by House Democrats... Greene vowed to continue her efforts to push through the audit motion, promising to try again when the Republicans gain a slim majority in the House. "It's official the Democrats have voted NO to transparency for the American people for an Audit for Ukraine. But we take over in January! This audit will happen!" Greene wrote on Twitter. [Right, the Nazis in Ukraine can waste billions while U.S. citizens are audited for not declaring a $600. couch sale made through Zelle. That's what the 87,000 new IRS agents are for.]

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern's popularity as preferred Prime Minister drops as Nationals surge ahead in polls

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern's popularity as preferred Prime Minister drops as Nationals surge ahead in polls | 6 Dec 2022 | New Zealand's Prime Minister [WEF dirt-bag] Jacinda Ardern and her Labour government are ending the year on a bad note as their popularity drops to record lows, according to a recent poll. Support for Ms Ardern is down to 29 per cent, marking her worst approval rating since coming into office in 2017, and slowly bridging the gap for Nationals leader Christopher Luxon as preferred prime minister. The latest 1News/Kantar poll also revealed the Labour Party has dropped one per cent to a 33 per cent primary vote, behind the National Party -- Labour's main opposition -- which now leads on 38 per cent... The results put Ms Ardern's government at risk of losing majority at next year’s election with the Nationals and ACT now projected to secure 64 MPs, more than the 61 required.

Vanguard, second-largest fund firm, quits net zero climate alliance

Vanguard, second-largest fund firm, quits net zero climate alliance | 7 Dec 2022 | Vanguard, the world's second-largest mutual and exchange-traded fund manager, is pulling out of a major financial-sector alliance intended to help tackle climate change, the firm announced Wednesday. Vanguard, in a statement, said it will track its progress independent of the alliance, as an effort to provide "clarity" to its investors. Some environmental groups... argued that such a move is kowtowing to "anti-woke" sentiment that claims investments focused on the impending clean-energy transition and other pro-climate actions only come at the expense of investment returns. The alliance, called the Net Zero Asset Managers (NZAM), was launched in late 2020 to encourage asset managers to hit a net-zero emission target by 2050 and help keep a rise in global temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Elon Musk Fires Twitter's General Counsel and Ex-FBI Official James Baker

Elon Musk Fires Twitter's General Counsel and Ex-FBI Official James Baker | 7 Dec 2022 | Twitter owner Elon Musk confirmed that one of its top officials, James Baker--a former FBI general counsel--was “exited” from the company on Tuesday amid concerns that were raised about his "possible role in suppression of information." "In light of concerns about Baker's possible role in suppression of information important to the public dialogue, he was exited from Twitter today," wrote Musk on Twitter. Musk did not offer any more details on Baker's exit or what role he played at the firm... It came days after Musk provided internal Twitter information to journalist Matt Taibbi, who had published details about the social media platform's decision to essentially censor the New York Post's report about Hunter Biden's laptop in October 2020.

Top FBI Official Steps Down as Republicans Prepare to Probe Into Bureau

Top FBI Official Steps Down as Republicans Prepare to Probe Into Bureau | 6 Dec 2022 | A top FBI official has stepped down just as House Republicans have announced plans to investigate recent operations and actions at the bureau. In a Dec. 2 post to his LinkedIn profile, Steven D'Antuono, assistant director in charge of the FBI Washington Field Office, announced his retirement. "After a 26-year, 10-month career with the FBI, I chose to retire," D'Antuono wrote. "Yesterday was my last day." He attributed the decision to wanting to spend more time with his family... News of D'Antuono's retirement comes just weeks after Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee named him as one of nine FBI employees they would "require prompt testimony" from as they seek to investigate potential political bias at the bureau.

Ukrainian court rules SS division's symbols are not Nazi

Ukrainian court rules SS division's symbols are not Nazi --The symbols of the SS Galicia Division, a notorious Ukrainian Nazi collaborator unit, are legal to use in the country | 6 Dec 2022 | Ukraine's supreme court has ruled that the symbols of the infamous 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, also known as the 1st Galician Division, are not Nazi and therefore not banned in the country. The top court upheld an earlier ruling on the matter, ending a years-long legal battle over the controversial legacy of the notorious formation, comprised primarily of ethnic Ukrainians. The ruling has been praised by the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory, which operates under Ukraine's cabinet of ministers, and has long claimed the unit's fighters were not actual Nazi collaborators, but merely "freedom fighters."

Ukrainian attack leaves six dead in Donetsk - Mayor

Ukrainian attack leaves six dead in Donetsk - Mayor --The latest round of rocket and artillery strikes reportedly targeted civilian infrastructure including a market | 6 Dec 2022 | At least six people were killed after the city of Donetsk came under fire from Ukrainian forces on Tuesday, its mayor has claimed. The total number of those injured is still being determined. Missiles struck several civilian buildings, causing fires and thick smoke to stretch out across the city. According to Donetsk Mayor Aleksey Kulemzin, Kiev's forces hit a business center, a market, the Donbass Arena, a sports palace, several shopping centers, a bus station, residential buildings, a cathedral, and the local prosecutor's office.

Group of 10 GOP Senators Push Back on McConnell, Democrat Push to Include JCPA in NDAA

Group of 10 GOP Senators Push Back on McConnell, Democrat Push to Include JCPA in NDAA | 6 Dec 2022 | Amid a last-ditch effort by media lobbyists to insert the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a bailout for the mainstream media derided across the partisan spectrum, into the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), ten Republican senators are heroically stalling the push. GOP senate leader [traitor] Mitch McConnell is the primary antagonist, using two routes to help the Democrats ram through the bailout for their cronies in the media, something even their own supporters on the left oppose... McConnell and the Democrats are also attempting a process known as a "hotwire," which would pass the JCPA without any debate if no Senator objects to it. But they have a problem -- the number of Senators opposing it has only grown since the push began, with sources on the hill telling Breitbart News that the number of opposing Senators is now up to ten.

The madness of the '15-minute city'

The madness of the '15-minute city' --The green agenda is taking inspiration from the illiberal days of lockdown. | 25 Oct 2022 | Today, planners are gripped by an anti-car ideology. Their focus is less on helping people get around than in reducing our use of cars by any means necessary. To this end, Oxfordshire County Council, which is run by Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party, wants to divide the city of Oxford into six "15-minute" districts. In these districts, it is said, most household essentials will be accessible by a quarter-of-an-hour walk or bike ride, and so residents will have no need for a car. On the surface, these 15-minute neigbourhoods might sound pleasant and convenient. But there is a coercive edge... Under the new proposals, if any of Oxford's 150,000 residents drives outside of their designated district more than 100 days a year, he or she could be fined £70. Run by a Labour administration, Oxford City Council takes a similar line. Its Local Plan 2040 "places a strong emphasis upon the concept of the 15-minute city."

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