“The courts are backing the Covid vaccine madness” – “It seems that the vaccine juggernaut is unstoppable, despite growing evidence of irreparable harms and even death,” says Sally Beck, who reports on the judicial system siding with the Government on mandatory vaccination in TCW.
“Resisting tyranny depends on the courage to not conform” – “The price of abdicating our responsibility is high. As Browning puts it, Germans paid a high price for ‘placing uncritical trust in the ‘firm leadership’ of seemingly well-intentioned political authority between 1933 and 1945′,” writes Barry Brownstein for the American Institute for Economic Research.
“Not hypocrites, elites” – “It is a demonstration to their subjects, to fellow oligarchs and to would-be opponents, that they have enough power and control to spurn every rule they set out,” argues Alexanders Adams, who hypothesises the true symbolism of COP26 in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Therapists must be allowed to question gender identity” – “If children and young people are not ‘affirmed’ as being ‘born in the wrong body’, and given drugs that stop puberty and change their secondary sex characteristics, they are supposedly being put at risk of suicide,” writes Maya Forstater in UnHerd.
“Up to the oche: an introduction to Bullseyes and Booze” – “We are dismayed by some of the recent (and some of the not-so recent) dress-room alterations imposed from above by faceless businessmen and bureaucratic desk personnel,” writes Bullseyes and Booze in an introduction to the new publication partly dedicated to challenging the woke changes made to the sport of darts.
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