“The Bog Roll Bandits are back… don’t panic! ” – Supermarket shelves are being stripped bare again, because of a combination of supply shortages and the return of panic buying, writes Richard Littlejohn in his Daily Mail column.
“Birmingham restaurant issues furious rant against customers” – Alex Claridge, chef-owner of The Wildnerness, a modern British fine dining restaurant in Birmingham, told the Daily Mail he was “flabbergasted” by customers who are cancelling reservations because he’s insisting that customers wear masks.
“Do these vaccines even work?” – Professor Roger Watson has written a fairly measured piece about the fact that the Covid vaccines appear to be less effective than billed.
“Suppression Plans Straight From CCP Play Book” – “Perhaps we have advanced as a society since those pandemic plans of 2019?” writes Adam Creighton for AIER. “If so, it’s towards a more authoritarian, controlling future. As part of its 100th anniversary celebrations this year, the Chinese Communist Party might count the successful export of disease management.”
“In defence of footballers taking the knee” – In his latest Spectator column, Toby says he now accepts that footballers taking the knee are not rabid neo-Marxists, but calls for the same understanding to be extended to the fans who are bound to boo the gesture when the football season resumes next month.
“Wokeness as a bootlegger-baptist coalition” – Lockdown Sceptics contributor Noah Carl compares the unholy alliance between the self-righteous and the self-interested in support of woke nonsense to the coalition between bootleggers and baptists during Prohibition.
“‘We’re not woke’, says Unilever boss” – Unilever CEO Alan Jope seeks to distance the consumer goods giant from Ben & Jerry’s decision to stop selling ice cream in “occupied Palestinian territories”.