“It’s getting bad again” – S.D. Wickett, Michael Curzon and Luke Perry discuss the enforcement of mandatory vaccination measures in both the U.K. and mainland Europe in Bournbrook Magazine’s regular podcast.
“Tesco’s Christmas advert features double-vaccinated Santa” – “At one point, the music stops for a breaking news announcement that Father Christmas could have to quarantine after travelling. Thankfully, Santa arrives at the airport with his Covid vaccination pass and all is well,” reports the Independent.
“AstraZeneca could go from hero to villain” – “AstraZeneca’s decision to start building in a profit margin on future sales of its world-saving Covid vaccine is understandable, but will inevitably bring criticism,” writes Patrick Hosking in the Times.
“What it means to experience ‘social death’” – Government is inflicting social death on any who continue to believe their bodies and lives belong to themselves and not the Government, argues Thomas Harrington for the Brownstone Institute.
“There’s no hiding from lockdown damage now” – A raft of dire new data suggesting the cure was worse than the disease is a looming political problem for the Prime Minister, writes Camilla Tominey in the Telegraph.
“YouTube suspends senator over Covid vaccine video” – “Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson was temporarily suspended from YouTube for allegedly spreading ‘harmful misinformation’ after he published a video discussing injuries related to Covid vaccination,” reports RT.
“Designated Criminal” – Reason has been superseded by the need to obey, argues David Mamet in UnHerd.
“Letter to British Society of Immunology” – PANDA requested that the British Society of Immunology amend public messaging as it grossly misrepresents the data available on Covid and immunology in general, writes PANDA in a letter to the British Society of Immunology.
“Scottish Government puts tampons in men’s toilets” – “Period products are now being supplied to men’s restrooms visited by Scotland’s transgender civil servants, British media has revealed. The move has apparently been introduced by the cabinet to top up its equality index,” reports RT.
“Lockdowns don’t work” – Toby speaks to Talkradio about the ineffectiveness of lockdowns and why another one should not be imposed on England.
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