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.
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.
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.
Women readers are invited to the conference Women Questioning The New Normals in central Manchester on 31st July. Concession tickets are from £8. The program of talks, Q&As and workshops with a range of women from education, health/medical, media and activism backgrounds promises to make for a very informative and inspiring day!
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.
Vaccine passports will unleash all of the resentment and rage that has built up over the crisis of the last 18 months onto the unvaccinated.
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.