A chronicle of Covid Cult defiance, and its cost. Ultimately, though, it matters little. I do not regret taking a stand against these horrible pathologies that society adopted as “normal.”
No matter how much evidence accumulates against their usage and how ludicrously absurd their statements and justifications are, Philadelphia and Los Angeles represent the future of masking; a clearly useless intervention, designed by incompetent and panicked “experts.”
The Coronavirus response has resembled the Vietnam War. To begin with, the justifications for starting the War and the Lockdowns were similarly questionable.
Agile governance may sound innocent—but in practice, it most certainly stands for a world in which transparent citizens live in a proverbial panopticon, monitored by technology—and billionaires enjoy traditional private lives and their large oceanfront properties, and limit their kids’ access to technology so that they grow up sharp.
Ellsberg: The rationale that US and Russian leaders use when sabre-rattling is clear: the threat of nuclear war justifies obscene military spending and lines the pockets of arms dealers in both countries.
This might be news to many members of the public, but it is a long-accepted scientific fact that lipid nanoparticles used to deliver the mRNA in ‘vaccines’ can be toxic.
Chris Hedges speaks with British journalist Peter Oborne about worthy and unworthy victims, those we are allowed to pity, such as Ukrainians, and those, such as Palestinians or Iraqis, we ignore.
How AI software, typically used to develop drugs for treating, say, Pitt-Hopkins syndrome or Chagas disease, might be sidetracked for more nefarious purposes.
The deeper battle over Twitter isn’t about free speech at all. That ship has long since sailed. Rather, it’s a fight for control of a key crucible of political consensus-formation, between those who prefer power to be vested in named individuals, and those who prefer to be ruled by self-organising swarm.
When the U.S. security state announces that Big Tech’s centralized censorship power must be preserved, we should ask what this reveals about whom this regime serves.
Dr. Kheriaty: People need to demand from our government to end the state of emergency. At the Ethics and Public Policy Center where I work, we submitted a letter to Secretary Becerra at HHS and to President Biden demanding that the state of emergency at the federal level be rescinded.
“Data was very easily used by influencers and decision-makers to fit particular narratives,” Norman Fenton, Ph.D., a mathematician at Queen Mary University of London, said in an interview on “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast.”
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