“Cinema & Co” – Raise funds for Cinema and Co (whose owners refused to comply with the Welsh Parliament’s vaccine passport scheme) due to loss of business for 28 days after being closed by trading standards.
“Devi Sridhar: gets it wrong. Again!” – Devi Sridhar, member of the Scottish Government’s Covid advisory group, has repeatedly made false and misleading claims about Germany’s handling of the pandemic to argue for vaccine passports, says Citizen Journalist, who fact-check some of her statements.
“Austria will come to regret mandatory vaccinations” – “So, Austria’s experiment to persuade more people to get vaccinated by placing the unvaccinated in lockdown didn’t last long. A week, to be precise. From Monday, the entire country will be placed under stay at home orders and other restrictions,” writes Ross Clark in the Spectator.
“Just how rare are ‘rare’ vaccine injuries?” – “If health professionals are going above and beyond to not link the vaccine with adverse events, how can we be expected to believe that serious adverse reactions are as ‘extremely rare’ as is claimed?” asks Harry Dougherty in TCW.
“The Covid cash cow!” –”There is probably much that we will never get to the bottom of related to the pandemic. But one thing is clear, we now know why so many people simply do not want it to end,” writes Roger Watson, who argues that Covid has enabled bad-faith actors to profit from other people’s misery in Unity News Network.
“Labour demands to know why Covid procurement rules still in place” – “Labour has written to the Government to query why emergency Covid procurement rules, under which companies were given contracts worth tens or hundreds of millions of pounds without the usual scrutiny or competition, have still not been reversed,” reports the Guardian.
“Punishments set for U.S. troops who refuse vaccination” – “The U.S. Army has threatened repercussions for soldiers who decline to receive Covid vaccinations, saying that insubordinate troops will be barred from promotions, reenlistment, and a number of special military services,” reports RT.
“In defence of defending empire” – “Debate, often heated, has for centuries been the way we have advanced knowledge and reached agreed position: thesis, antithesis, synthesis,” writes Robert Tombs in UnHerd.
“Why the double standards?” – A caller speaks to talkRadio about the mainstream media ignoring cricketer Azeem Rafiq’s past anti-Semitic comments: “You won’t hear that story on the BBC. The mainstream media are so biased and don’t pick up on all sides of racism.”