“The vaccine’s toll on men’s sexual health” – “Men’s sexual and reproductive data is particularly under-reported, even by the alternative media,” Sally Beck sheds light on what the Yellow Card reporting system has picked up relating to men’s sexual and reproductive health in TCW.
“The jab makes it easier for the virus to spread – who will stop this madness?” – “This is despite a growing body of evidence that the vaccine impedes the development of natural immunity, and may make those who receive it more vulnerable to virus variants than the unvaccinated,” Neville Hodgkinson argues that, in fighting Covid, vaccines are counterproductive and putting the vulnerable at even more risk in TCW.
“The vaccines cannot do what is asked of them” – A universalising pandemic ideology blinds our leaders to the strategic possibilities open to them, and compels one policy failure after the other, Eugyppius argues that political leaders and experts place too much faith on the vaccines in his latest Substack update.
“Paramedics join us on the march for freedom” – “Recently formed through a private exchange of messages, a group of paramedics from around the country were finally ‘coming out’ to express their horror at what is happening in the health service,” Richard Ings comments on the recent March for Medical Freedom protest in London and the allies picked up along the way in TCW.
“How Britain betrayed the elderly” – The quality of life for elderly people experienced a dramatic decline over repeated lockdowns, a demographic the measures sought to protect, argues Dr. Tessa Dunlop in UnHerd.
“How Fauci fooled America” – “Unfortunately, Dr. Fauci got major epidemiology and public health questions wrong. Reality and scientific studies have now caught up with him,” Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya list the numerous blunders Fauci has made when advising the American Government in Newsweek.
“Media Ignore Florida Covid Recovery” – Journalists credited Gavin Newsom for a similar turnaround but won’t stop vilifying Ron DeSantis, Dave Seminara comments on the heavy partisanship displayed by the media in the WSJ.
“Serfing the planet” – Green policies will accelerate the immiseration of the global working and middle class, argues Joel Kotkin in Spiked.
“A dystopian Orwellian Nightmare” – Daniel Pryor, from the Adam Smith Institute, speaks to TalkRadio about the proposed Online Safety Bill: “The bill opens up a host of different things which could be used to silence other people.”