“The war on breathing” – We should be wary of a morality forged by fear, says Laura Dodsworth in the Spectator.
“Tale of two nations is lesson on lockdowns” – While Australia slides into its own Covid crisis caused by the new, more transmissible Delta, Sweden has shown that there is another way, says Professor Angus Dalgleish in the Daily Mail.
“China’s worst Covid outbreak in a year is escalating” – China recorded 71 new infections on Wednesday, the highest daily figure since January, reports MailOnline. And with local transmission and 500 new cases since July, its zero Covid strategy is on the brink.
“Turn back, I beg you, from Project Fear – my letter to the PM” – “I genuinely believe that when you entered politics you had every intention to uphold and preserve democracy,” writes Gavin Singfield in a letter adressed to Boris Johson, published in TCW Defending Freedom. “It is now abhorrently apparent that you and your Government are its greatest-ever threat in the U.K.”
“Covid origins and the consipracy of silence” – “The mainstream media has fallen in line with a ‘consensus’ it now appears was manufactured and ruthlessly enforced by agents who were far from impartial,” writes Collingwood in Bournbrook Magazine.
“No sex, please, you’re unvaccinated” – “For those who weren’t in a relationship when the pandemic broke, the last 16 months have morphed into an enormous Covid chastity belt that keeps acquiring additional layers of armour plating,” writes James Jeffrey in the Critic.
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