“Lockdown wasn’t worth it” – “Aside from its effects on health, education and the economy, lockdown represents the greatest infringement on civil liberties in modern history,” writes Noah Carl in his latest Substack update.
“We are all suffering from the Xi variant” – “This inability to contend with the most serious of issues facing us is one of the fundamental problems in Western society. We shy away from anything of substance, instead forever indulging in trivialities,” writes Frederick Edward in Bournbrook Magazine.
“The Based Draft” – In Bournbrook Magazine’s second video essay, S.D. Wickett narates an article by Alexander Adams, arguing that “the organised minority is always more effective than the unorganised majority, frequently managing to dominate (or rule) societies“.
“Coronavirus, Propaganda and the Coming Genocide?” – Dr. Colin Alexander, a Senior Lecturer in Political Communications at Nottingham Trent University, will deliver a talk exploring the extent to which the draconian actions of governments during the pandemic are similar to early stages of genocide.
“Inside Australia’s Covid internment camp” – Hayley Hodgson, 26, moved to Darwin from Melbourne to escape the never-ending lockdowns – only to find herself locked up in a Covid Internment Camp without even having the virus. Here, she talks to UnHerd about her experience.
“Vaccines and Power” – “Given Germany’s notorious history of brutally stigmatising various minority populations, it is shocking and outrageous that a German ‘research institute’ and the Hamburg-based weekly news magazine would sink to such sleazy malice,” writes Chris Farrell in the Gladstone Institute.