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.
Roberto Strongman from the Department of Black Studies at the University of California retells the story of Escrava Anastácia to explore the links between masks, muzzles, slavery and resistance.
Bert Olivier exposes the changing narrative of the virus’s origins, explains PCR testing’s ineffectiveness and cites the doctors and scientists calling for bravery in refusing the Covid vaccine.
Addison Reeves argues that progressivist ideology, a direct descendant of imperialism, explains why much of the left has dumped freedom of speech and movement, bodily autonomy and economic justice.
We need a serious socialist analysis of what is going on. Yet the left has all but collapsed. Mike Haynes takes us on his journey in 14 basic points.
Broach the forbidden topic of lockdowns and up comes the impenetrable wall of silence – to protect against the Palestine of a harmless, amiable confab on the demerits of our own degradation, and help crush the virus of self-determination.
Will enthusiastic compliance with what has come before lead us into a biosecurity-obsessed hellscape? Or will the drive of people to realise their own humanity lead to a new age of enlightenment in which we honour and recognise all that makes us who we are, even if some of those things are chaotic and risky?
The second part of a two part update from Australia by our correspondent, Phil Shannon.
A case study of the Zero Covid policy of the Australian government (and its Kiwi neighbour) will show the damaging fantasy that is Zero Covid, for any country foolish enough to attempt it.