“Why vaccines are medical apartheid” – The Reclaim Party has posted a video on its Facebook account showing that vaccine passports don’t work, cause division, and are a coercive tool for the state to exploit.
“Moderna: a company ‘in need of a hail mary”” – Before Covid, Moderna was in danger of hemorrhaging investors, as persistent safety concerns and other doubts about its mRNA delivery system threatened its entire product pipeline. Fear caused by the pandemic crisis made those concerns largely evaporate, even though there is no proof that they were ever resolved, writes Whiteny Webb in Unlimited Hangout.
“Please listen before it is too late” – “This is the letter I would write to a relative who believes what he or she reads or hears on the mainstream media about Covid and vaccination,” Rosie Langridge tries to unpick the propaganda echoed by the media and political leaders in TCW.
“What would Suffragettes make of M&S chasing woke wonga” – To be on the ‘right side of history’, the corporate world has pandered to woke ideology with ridiculous marketing campaigns and new politically correct products without a thought for the ideas they are actually promoting, writes Julie Burchill in the Mail on Sunday.
“What if wokeness really is the new Christianity?” – Woke politics is quickly becoming a new-age religion, complete with its sacred texts, self-righteous clerics, original sins and martyrs, and it shows no sign of slowing down, argues Sean Thomas in the Spectator.
“The battle for the soul of the National Trust” – The organisation Restore Trust wishes to turn the tide against the heavy politicisation of the National Trust but has not had much success in doing so, argues Harry Mount in the Spectator.