“Is long Covid being overblown?” – Some experts say it’s a major issue for sufferers while others say that it has been confused with other conditions – so what’s the truth, asks John Naish in the Telegraph.
“Unlearned AIDS Lessons for Covid” – In the 1980s, Fauci and Redfield sowed fear about a heterosexual epidemic that never happened. We seem to be repeating the same mistakes, writes John Tierney in the Wall Street Journal.
“Save Christmas, save Easter, save Ibiza: panem et circenses” – “As the long as the dopamine river keeps flowing, the regime can rule the water. The regime’s control is omnipotent and menacing; with the flick of a finger, it can relax, restrict, tighten, and enhance the supply of bread and circuses to the population,” writes Luke Perry in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Insulate Britain founder would have refused to move for crying woman” – A climate zealot who founded the Extinction Rebellion splinter group which brought parts of London to a standstill for more than four hours during this morning’s rush hour has revealed that he would block an ambulance which contained a dying person, reports MailOnline.
“St Andrews reverts to 16th Century Calvinism” – The University of St Andrews is reverting to something akin to 16th Century Calvinism: except that this time it is preaching the doctrine of ‘personal guilt’ rather than ‘original sin’, writes Kristina Murkett in UnHerd.
“The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” – Polish diplomats and politicos appear to raise the alarm at their embassy in Australia about Australia’s drift to authoritarianism, comparing its behaviour to North Korea.