From 18 September: Robin Monotti discusses capitalism’s need for ever-expanding markets, the turn to the human body as a new market and the militarization of supply chains which may be coming.
From 18 September: Dr Jenny Goodman explains why the vaccine is a socialist issue and how our health has been under attack by capitalism for many decades.
From 18 September: Emily Garcia explains how she joined Left Lockdown Sceptics and the radical feminist perspective on lockdown and the new normal.
First presented on 18 September: Victor Conti’s analysis of the lockdown and the Covid regime in the context of capitalism’s historical development and the 2019 crisis.
We’re pleased to republish a transcript of Frieda Vizel’s podcast featuring Simon Elmer from Architects for Social Housing. Simon is a key critic of the biosecurity state from a left perspective.
The situation is bleak but resistance is growing. The growth in the violence, irrationality and desperation of governments’ attempts to enforce tyranny are the result of growing resistance to tyranny.
Cloaking censorship in a defence of the truth is a form of absurdism that only very powerful psychopaths could engage in, writes Rusere Shoniwa. It’s Big Tech’s way of laughing at us.
The left may think the ‘old normal’ is not worth saving, writes Emily Garcia, but the ‘courage to know’ is the only way to create a future free from total psychological manipulation by the elites.
The presence of the unvaccinated threatens the coherence of the new moral code. And they threaten the psychological coherence of those who have faith in project lockdown.
The ‘pandemic’ existed as a dashboard of figures and graphs, as press briefings, as carefully crafted scare stories, dancing nurses, as catastrophe ever looming on the horizon and even when it (allegedly) comes, no breakdown, nothing but a strange, quiet and dull terror. This is because none of it is real – not in the sense that we think it is.