Rusere calls for action against coming regulations which ‘explicitly target lawful speech’, including private messages, to ‘protect’ adults from ‘misinformation’ on vaccines and Covid-19.
Our correspondent, who is retired and living in Greece, reflects on the new system of vaccine passports and fines for over 60s who refuse the booster.
As we endure a Christmas panto of Omicron fear porn, the SAGE equivalent in South Africa – Omicron’s original so-called epicentre – is recommending the end of all contract tracing and self-isolation.
Bruce Wallace skewers a review of 2021 and look-ahead to 2022 by Hannah Sell, general secretary of the Socialist Party, which manages to totally ignore lockdowns, mass vaccination or big pharma.
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.
Dr Sam White and two medical students, Andrew Doyle and Debbie Webb, are bringing court proceedings against the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MRHA) for their authorisation of the Covid mRNA injections and the MHRA has until 24 December to respond.
Calling for African resistance to Western Covid diktats, Rusere Shoniwa pulls apart the ‘agitprop for Big Pharma’ of a BBC interview with Dr. Ayoade Alakija, Co-Chair of the African Union’s Vaccine Delivery Alliance.
A trade union activist explains the health and safety grounds for unions and Left media outlets to oppose vaccine mandates and the capture of medical regulation by big pharma.
The non-existent threat of Omicron has been modelled into a tenuous justification for Covid passes that were always part of the plan, writes Emily Garcia. This is the main event.
A theory of conformity and Covid jabs from Amy Willows: the ‘liveliness’ of the unvaccinated provokes envy in the ‘unobtrusives’ who get jabbed not as a personal choice but to do the ‘right thing’.