- “Jacinda Ardern has turned New Zealand and its economy into a basket case” – The outgoing PM’s Zero-Covid policies have left New Zealand facing a difficult recovery, writes Kate Andrews in the Telegraph.
- “Japan downgrades Covid amid vaccine safety concerns” – If the official pro-vax, pro-lockdown narrative is going to collapse anywhere, there is reason to believe it could happen in Japan, says Philip Patrick in UnHerd – as the Japanese Government announces plans to downgrade the status of COVID-19 to the level of seasonal flu and vaccine safety concerns grow in prominence.
- “Join Forces and Fight for Freedom” – “We must all join forces in the fight for the right to express ourselves, to think, to doubt, to come together in the public square to discuss, reason and shape society,” writes Thorsteinn Siglaugsson for the Brownstone Institute.
- “Evidence of vaccine deaths is ever stronger yet officials look the other way” – Dr. Rafael Bornstein in TCW looks at the growing evidence of vaccine-induced deaths.
- “Starmer posing as U.K.’s Greta Thunberg can’t obscure the fact we’ll need oil and gas for 50 years” – Andrew Neil in the Mail notes that Labour is not saying Britain won’t need or use any more oil and gas, just that it won’t come from our own resources when the current fields run out. “It is a bizarre position to take.”
- “The green revolution is fuelling environmental destruction” – According to the International Energy Agency and the World Bank, the switch to “cleaner” renewable energy sources is going to require an unprecedented surge in the extraction of precious minerals from the earth, the Telegraph reports.
- “World Athletics set to allow transgender athletes to compete against women under new rules” – Transgender women (i.e., males) could continue to be allowed to compete in the female category in international track and field, with the testosterone limit reduced and treatment time lengthened, under controversial plans drawn up by World Athletics, the Telegraph reports.
- “More than 5,000 sign petition urging ITV not to sack Jeremy Clarkson” – The Mail reports on the Free Speech Union’s petition, signatures for which are now approaching 7,000. Sign here.
- “The quality of data linking harm from sugar to the body is inferior to the evidence of harm of mRNA jab to the heart” –”It’s overwhelming,” Dr. Aseem Malhotra tells Neil Oliver on GB News.
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