“The true cause of the public’s anger” – How much of the fury is occasioned by the fact that Boris went to a drinks party in his garden and how much is down to the retrospective suspicion that the public were taken for mugs in 2020 – and that we were mad to have gone along with it all, asks Rod Liddle in the Spectator.
“Lead Stories: Facebook’s Censorial Partner” – TrialSite News digs into the people behind Lead Stories, a Facebook fact-check partner that censored an investigative report by the BMJ which revealed shoddy clinical trial practices for Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine.
“Why it’s time to end Covid self-isolation” – By interfering with the maintenance of herd immunity, measures such as self-isolation actually increase the risk to the vulnerable, writes Professor Sunetra Gupta in the Telegraph.
“Federal Court reveals why it upheld decision to send Novak Djokovic home” – The full reasons behind the Federal Court’s dismissal of Novak Djokovic’s legal challenge to the cancellation of his visa have been published, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. Basically, the law gives the Minister wide discretion in cases where someone “may” be a threat to public health.
“We’ve had our Peter Pandemic adventure. Now let’s grow up” – We sacrificed children’s education and wellbeing and now we complain that Boris had a party; we wanted to be children for a while and now we find out that our leaders are human after all, writes Gail MacDonald on TCW Defending Freedom.
“Testimonial: A mother’s account” – Story from HART: “My last 12 months has been spent arguing with various doctors that my perfectly healthy 22 year old adult son Charlie, who does not have mental capacity, does not need a vaccination.”
“Jordan Peterson: Why I am no longer a tenured professor at the University of Toronto” – The famed psychologist, who has left his university position over its capture by wokery, issues a stark warning to those who keep their heads down: “All of you going along with the [Diversity, Inclusion, Equity] activists, whatever your reasons: this is on you. Professors. Cowering cravenly in pretence and silence. Teaching your students to dissimulate and lie. To get along. As the walls crumble. For shame.”