“How lockdowns for the unvaccinated swept across central Europe” – Locking down the unvaccinated may be seen as a necessary public health measure by political leaders in central Europe, but it creates a two-tier society that will only increase the level of resentment and division, argues William Nattrass in the Spectator.
“Covid: the surprising fourth wave” – Why some countries are being hit by fourth waves of Covid despite high vaccination rates, and why other countries aren’t, writes Sebastian Rushworth in his latest blog post.
“Covid, propaganda and the coming genocide?” – This talk by Dr. Colin Alexander will explore the extent to which the draconian actions of governments during the pandemic are similar to early stages of genocide.
“Factchecking BBC’s ‘reality check‘” – “The BBC has published a supposed reality check on what ‘climate deniers’ say. Unsurprisingly it is full of strawmen, omissions, half truths and disinformation,” says Paul Homewood in Not A Lot Of People Know That.
“Stop treating children as would-be racists” – “Clearly, there is no epidemic of racism in schools. And there is certainly no need to push teachers to record every mundane playground spat as a ‘racist incident‘,” argues Adrian Hart in Spiked.
“Why I sued PinkNews” – “The last thing I would want to do, as a journalist, is to sue a publication for libel. But after enduring years of distress and provocation from PinkNews, I finally changed my mind,” writes Julie Bindel in Spiked.
“Reminder of what they said and the lies they told” – Do the vaccines prevent transmission, or do they not? This video showcases the statements made by high-profile figures who, at first, heralded the effectiveness of the vaccines, only to back-track on what they said at a later date.
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