“Lockdown, schools and children” – “This bottomless catalogue of damage done is nothing short of horrendous, the effects of which will stretch far out into the future of the lives of these people,” writes Jamie Walden in Bournbrook Magazine.
“The merchants of moral panic” – “The main driver of their actions is always the spirit of defeat, that is, the consciousness of having lost the level of social control that they thought was their perpetual inheritance,” writes Thomas Harrington for the Brownstone Institute.
“Is the WHO inventing diseases?” – “But it is far from clear that ‘gaming disorder’ or gaming addiction exists, at least as a well-defined condition separate from any other compulsive behaviour; and there is a hint that the WHO has made the decision under political pressure from China and other countries,” writes Tom Chivers in UnHerd.
“Torch-lit march against Covid health passes” – “Hundreds of people with torches and Swiss flags filed through a town in Switzerland’s Zurich region, decrying the possible introduction of Covid health passes,” reports RT.
“There’s only one right way to get people vaccinated” – “With protests rising over the prospect of more Covid lockdowns, it is clear European countries face some tough decisions. But using a carrot rather than a stick to get people double jabbed has to be a priority,” writes Paul Nuttall in RT.
“How having babies fell out of fashion” – “With all of our institutions now firmly under the iron fist of progressivism it was only a matter of time before social justice mission creep slipped under the doormat and into the home,” writes James Innes-Smith in the Spectator.