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The future is China

From predatory boardroom practices to draconian public health measures, Orwellian technologies, state-corporate partnerships on censorship and surveillance, Digital ID’s to social credit scores, China’s ways are quietly going global. PHOTO: Qilai Shen We may prefer to forget that China operated … Continue reading

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Nothing going on here – episode 5 – Satire

CLICK ABOVE IMAGE TO LISTEN TO PODCAST OR HERE: Art by Emad Hajjaj politicalcartoons.com The British Medical Journal has been doing some of the best, well, some of the only investigative medical journalism around the Covid 19 story. A November 2nd … Continue reading

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Nothing going on here – episode 4 – Grief

Click above image or listen to the podcast HERE. Art by Svetlin Velinov Peter Doshi, Associate Editor of the British Medical Journal and Associate Professor of pharmaceutical health services research at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, speaking at … Continue reading

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Letter from an unvaccinated doctor to his patients

Dr Grégory Pamart was the only doctor in Jenlain, a village of 1000 inhabitants in the North of France close to the Belgian border. On September 15, this 33 year old father of four was forced to resign over the … Continue reading

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Waning vaccine immunity: the unprintable lead

The politics of immunity: part 2The politics of immunity: part 1 The biggest story of the past six months in the world of CV-19 science is the declining protective properties of the vaccine, but you wouldn’t know it from watching … Continue reading

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The politics of immunity: Part 1

THE POLITICS OF IMMUNITYPART ONE: THE SCIENCE THAT PASSES US BY If you research naturally acquired immunity to SARS-CoV-2 you can’t help but be struck by a conspicuous disparity in how the subject is approached depending on who is talking … Continue reading

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The horse de-wormer meme

The fact that I can write an article with a title this obscure and remain confident that most people will get the context, just goes to show the extent of meme warfare in the manipulation and management of public opinion. … Continue reading

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Think the vaccinated are less selfish than the unvaccinated? Think again.

Faces in a Mirror by R.S. Connett “The surest way to work up a crusade in favor of some good cause is to promise people they will have a chance of maltreating someone….to be able to behave badly and call … Continue reading

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The blind men and Ivermectin: medical politics in the time of Covid

“When you mix politics and science, you get politics.” John M. Barry When stories become deeply divisive it is a good time to ask some deeper questions. So here’s one: what is up with Ivermectin? Why has a decades old … Continue reading

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Welcome to the disconnect

Welcome to the disconnect word by word and step by step, You think you’re free But you’re just not one of us — Yet. Eyes downcast or staring bare Into a world Beyond all care. Forgotten how to say “hello” … Continue reading

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