A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ‘climate emergency’ and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
In the latest Weekly Sceptic podcast the talking points are the 'far Right' unrest in Dublin, Geert Wilders winning in the Netherlands and Tommy Robinson getting arrested at the march against antisemitism.
Michael Gove has told the Covid Inquiry he became convinced lockdown was needed to counter the "man-made" coronavirus due to material from "friends outside Government", adding to the picture of why the world locked down.
In 2008, insolvent banks persuaded the Government they were too big to be allowed to go under. Are the same institutions now trying the same trick with Net Zero – positioning themselves as 'too green to fail'?
Despite admitting that nine witnesses say they heard the Crépol knife attackers being anti-white, the French public prosecutor maintains there is no evidence the attack was racially motivated.
One of the UK's most insignificant institutions of public learning, North Herts Museum, has provoked ridicule by relabelling the Roman Emperor Elagabalus with female pronouns, as he was supposedly a "trans woman".
Politics Professor James Alexander identifies a single line in Patrick Vallance's diaries that reveals the twisted logic behind the lockdown policy.
Sadly the coming climate apocalypse will have to take place without any specialist commentary from CNBC as the American cable channel's climate desk has been quietly disbanded.