Exploring the workings of the pandemic industry and juxtaposing the 2009 Swine flu pandemic with the current carnage of covid vaccination, Rusere Shoniwa offers some explanations for why a covid ‘vaccine’ pandemic should, but won’t be declared.
Synopsis of the chequered history of pharma and vaccine Colonialism in India from British Colonial times to the current ‘war on Covid.’
Phil Shannon continues his review of Mattias Desmet’s ‘The Psychology of Totalitarianism.’
Virus hysteria, mass formation psychosis & whether conspirators engineered the panic are discussed in this book review of ‘The Psychology of Totalitarianism.’
Rusere Shoniwa takes a probing look into SADS – Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, and the establishment’s relationship with it.
Dr. Maya Valecha details the need for nationalisation of the Indian healthcare system in light of the failures of the current part-privatised system that the coronavirus situation highlighted.
The vaccine injured must be compensated. But who should pay?
A selection of transcripts from the April Left Lockdown Sceptics meeting in Manchester, ‘Building Momentum in the Freedom Movement: Activism, Outreach & Strategy.’
Rusere Shoniwa draws on a famous Father Ted episode to ask why we remain stunned in the face of global capital’s phantasmagorical car pile-up.
Phil Shannon casts a critical eye on the interplay between the engines of the COVID crisis: Illness, capital, class oppression and state overreach. In doing so, he raises questions that those on the left would do well to consider.