The debate over the folly of climate alarmism vs climate change denial rages on, as Rusere Shoniwa counters Cook’s response to his previous criticism of Cook’s promotion of the anthropogenic climate catastrophe narrative.
Rusere Shoniwa takes journalist Jonathan Cook to task over his establishment aligned stance in pushing climate alarmism. Shoniwa argues that, as with Covid-19, the science on climate change is not settled, but censored.
In this 3rd and final article in his series dissecting the right leaning media’s takes on the role of immigrants in the recent French riots, Rusere Shoniwa takes a swipe at the fighting talk from alt media’s Christian soldiers, and examine how their typical analysis of Islamic extremism misses the glaringly obvious big picture.
In Part 2 of his 3 part series, Rusere Shoniwa takes issue with commentary by the Right-leaning independent media who seized on the French riots as the perfect vehicle to illustrate the evils of immigration.
Part 1/3 of Rusere Shoniwa’s take on the French riots and the commentary they attracted from the Right-leaning freedom movement.
Rusere Shoniwa discusses the importance of digital privacy with the founder of The Institute for Digital Privacy, John Nugent.
Rusere Shoniwa examines the trappings of the forthcoming Bank of England CBDC plans and explains how you can respond to their latest consultation on the issue.
Rusere pulls apart the claims of those promising justice for the Covid ‘vaccine’ roll-out. Hope springs eternal – but let’s be honest about the kind of system we face.
Rusere Shoniwa discusses the mechanism of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, the secondary effects of such a banking collapse and what it means for the future.
Amendments to the WHO’s existing regulations and its new global treaty end sovereignty, shred inalienable rights and place the WHO at the top of a regime to enrich Big Pharma, writes Rusere Shoniwa.