Rusere Shoniwa analyses PayPal’s cancellation of service for Left Lockdown Sceptics and many others. He critiques Toby Young’s defence of his site, The Daily Sceptic (which has since been reinstated).
There are many ways to respond to an emergency, or crisis. when it comes to COVID, the UK government responded terribly. Mark Shaw offers an innovative approach to stop such responses being repeated.
In this article Rusere argues that a long-drawn-out Ukraine conflict is baked into the NATO military plan and that the attendant widespread consumer suffering is not a consequence of miscalculation. Rather, the energy crisis and its severe impact on ordinary consumers’ lives are, in the estimation of NATO’s chief, worth the goals of the war. A comparison of proposed solutions offered by two sources at opposite ends of the political spectrum are surprisingly similar in their unstated outcomes. Who are the winners and losers in this whole sordid affair?
Unlike in the UK, the Malaysian government is recognising a few of those affected by Covid-19 vaccine injuries with pay-outs but still using careful language to obscure the truth.
Bert Olivier highlights the importance of consulting alternative media sources in coming to an understanding of current events.
Rusere Shoniwa argues that it isn’t cognitive dissonance preventing our leaders from acknowledging the calamity of lockdown. Only justice will hold these criminals accountable.
A BBC hit-piece insists 8% are unvaccinated when its own survey suggests the figure is 26%. Perhaps making the troublesome group seem smaller makes it easier to dispense with.
In this dispatch from Malaysia, the freelance journalist Jay Ihsan asks why is it businesses and homes will not fly the national flag for independence day. Perhaps, Jay suggests, the population’s indifference to nationalism has something to with the prime minister’s racism and his disastrous Covid lockdown.
In part 2 of this two-part essay, Rusere Shoniwa looks at the implications for central bank monetary policy on the debt bubble and how the inevitable economic implosion might be used as a pretext for accelerating the totalitarian agenda to its endgame.
In this two-part essay Rusere Shoniwa speculates on how a worst case scenario might unfold in the ‘New Normal’ lurch towards global totalitarianism. Part 1 sets the scene by examining: the implications of the Tory government leadership change; covid containment as a tool of oppression, and; evolving virus mania.