“Orwell was right: control the language, control the world” – Many words and phrases, such as ‘harm’, ‘disinformation’, and of course ‘anti-vaxxer’, have been linguistically mutilated over the course of the pandemic, and no longer resemble their original meaning, writes Bill Rice Jr. in American Thinker.
“Johnson’s Endgame” – S.D. Wickett, Michael Curzon, and Luke Perry discuss threats to the Boris Johnson premiership, the Downing Street Christmas party scandal, and the collateral damage of lockdowns in Bournbrook Magazine’s regular podcast.
“Pubs and restaurants are being decimated by Covid uncertainty” – “Ever since people in Britain have been told to work from home… corporate parties have been completely cancelled, restaurant reservations have fallen off a cliff, and after work drinks in the pubs have dried up,” writes Adam Hyman in the Spectator.
“Court reinstates Biden vaccine mandate” – “A U.S. federal appeals court has reinstated the Biden administration’s Covid vaccination mandate for large private businesses, reversing an injunction by another court last month to pause the vaccine and testing requirement,” reports RT.
“She who shall not be named” – J.K. Rowling is being erased from her own creations. All because she spoke up for women’s sex-based rights, writes Raquel Rosario Sanchez in Spiked.
“University could hire professors on ‘woke score’” – “Oxford University’s race equality task force has reportedly published recommendations that could see academics judged and hired based on what’s been described by one professor as a ‘woke score’,” reports RT.
“End Covid restrictions now” – Now for a spot of news you won’t hear onthe BBC: scores of protesters took to the streets of London today to call for an end to Covid restrictions.