- “Detection of Messenger RNA COVID-19 Vaccines in Human Breast Milk” – A study in JAMA finds traces of vaccine mRNA in breastmilk for up to two days following injection. Igor Chudov writes about it here.
- “New Zealand Prime Minister calls for global censorship of misinformation at UN speech” – Steve Kirsch reports on Jacinda Ardern’s comments about globally controlling misinformation and disinformation (though notes she didn’t specifically mention Covid or vaccines).
- “The tide’s turning against U.S. vaccine mandates” – Kathy Gyngell in TCW Defending Freedom with an update on the fightback against medical coercion stateside.
- “A Critique of The Lancet COVID-19 Commission” – Dr. David Bell in Brownstone gives the Lancet‘s ‘commission’ report a thorough fisking.
- “Spanish health authorities refuse court order to hand over secret pharma contracts: now what?” – The Liberum association suggests a police raid may be necessary to protect civil rights, according to Ciarán McCollum in Scaled.
- “Hosepipe ban expected to last into 2023, admits Thames Water” – The company says there has not yet been enough rainfall to fully replenish reservoirs following the (two day) summer heatwave and the driest July for 50 years, reports the Telegraph.
- “U.S. Blew Up Russian Gas Pipelines Nord Stream 1 & 2, Says Former Polish Defense Minister” – Michael Shellenberger writes it’s “not out of the realm of the possible” that the U.S. is behind the attack, noting that Der Spiegel says the CIA warned the German Government of potential sabotage weeks ago.
- “Does the EU respect the Italian people?” – Brendan O’Neill in the Spectator says that Ursula von der Leyen’s latest threats suggest not.
- “Sussex Police issue humiliating apology after Home Secretary blasted them for ‘policing pronouns’ when they warned it was ‘hateful’ to say trans paedophile was a man when they [sic] sexually abused seven children” – Sussex Police released an apology for defending the gender of a legally male paedophile online, after the Home Secretary said the force should be focusing on “catching criminals”, according to the Mail – which nonetheless confusingly used the pronoun ‘they’ for the offender.
- “Time to check the police’s thinking” – Richard Norrie in the Critic asks if police have they forgotten what they are for.
- “Sorry Sussex Police, but sex is relevant to sex crimes” – We have lost another institution to transgender ideology, writes Julie Bindel in UnHerd, as the force misleadingly headlines a story: “Woman convicted of historic offences against children in Sussex.”
- “Labour MP Rupa Huq suspended after calling Kwasi Kwarteng ‘superficially black’” – The backbencher says she has contacted the Chancellor to apologise
that he found out aboutfor remarks made at a conference fringe event, the Telegraph reports.
- “Rupa Huq and the grim rise of woke racism” – Tom Slater in Spiked says the MP’s moronic comments reveal the ugly end point of identity politics.
- “Financial censorship ” – Freddie Attenborough in the Critic on the new front in the war on free speech.
- “PayPal reinstates Free Speech Union accounts after being accused of ‘politically motivated’ ban” – The company has issued a statement voicing support for freedom of expression following criticism by MPs, reports the Telegraph. PayPal supporting freedom of expression? Don’t make me laugh.
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