“What did they know and when did they know it?” – When the public awakens to the great betrayal of both health and science surrounding the handling of Covid, it will be important not to let anger run riot, writes Neville Hodgkinson in TCW.
“How Confident is the Government in its ‘Evidence’ on Masks” – It would seem that Nadhim Zahawi’s most recent promised ‘material evidence’ for his recommendations for face coverings in secondary classrooms is as flimsy as some of the cloth masks our teenagers will need to resort to using, write HART in their latest bulletin.
“The Artless Partisans of Lockdowns and Mandates” – In fact, the great intellectual thought emerging from our times is coming from those opposing vaccine mandates and Covid fearmongering. These names run across the political spectrum, but those from the left are universally categorised by liberals as being “alt-right” or “fringe libertarian,” ensuring that they remain marginalised and carry whatever stigma goes along with being relegated to the internet, writes Michael Riches on the Brownstone Institute.
“Deprogramming Mass Psychosis” – Watch part three of Alexander Adams’ piece in Bournbrook which looks at some practical steps to help detach others from the mass psychosis propagated by authorities and mass media.
“Moderna no longer used to vaccinate under-31s” – A rare side effect detected in young men means that as a precaution, the Moderna vaccine will no longer be used for the first two doses for younger people in Belgium, reports the Brussels Times.
“University of Edinburgh’s slavery row response shameful, says Sir Tom Devine” – The Emeritus Professor of History lambasted his former employer for failing to provide even “a hint of support” to either himself or Jonathan Hearn, a Professor of Historical Sociology, after both were branded racists by Sir Geoff Palmer, the human rights campaigner and chancellor of Heriot-Watt University, reports the Times.