Together declaration, Jews for Justice and Silkie Carlo from Big Brother Watch share tips on how to campaign effectively, recounting how they were applied in the fight against vaccine apartheid and COVID coercion.
Dr Sunetra Gupta, Dr Jay Bhattacharya & Dr Martin Kuldorff discuss The Great Barrington Declaration in the context of lockdowns and their societal costs. Drs. Gupta, Kulldorf and Bhattacharaya also took questions from the audience.
A new study led by Dr. Raminder Mulla, ‘Looking Into Their Eyes’ asks dissidents of lockdown, mask, and vaccine mandate narratives to express their motivations, feelings, and thoughts in their own words. A co-author, Rusere Shoniwa, gives a run-down of the key points.
This first set of transcripts from the “Take Back our Lives” day of talks and discussion captures the talks and Q+A from the first panel of the event, titled “The Selling of Health and Immunity.” The panel featured medical specialists and activists discussing the impact of lockdowns on healthcare, political activism and organising.
Chris R summarises the main sessions from our breakthrough event, Take Back Our Lives, which featured the Great Barrington Declaration three, NHS specialists and campaign groups like Together and Big Brother Watch.
We reflect on the truths exposed by 2021, including the true meaning of popular resistance, and look towards our big task for 2022: advancing the cause of the anti-medical-apartheid Left.
Although it his now rumoured that nurses will get 2%, the pay offer proves once and for all that the government isn’t locking us down to protect the NHS – it is using support for the NHS to justify an assault on workers’ rights. In reply, NHS workers should join the public in mass civil disobedience.