The timing of this is most interesting. People who only get their news from the legacy media won’t be able to join the dots, but for those of us with a broader range of knowledge can see (I hope) something else.
Only recently, news has hit the independent media of (alleged) US military medical…Read More
‘This has been compounded by a new YouGov poll of nearly 4,500 Britons that shows three-quarters of people believe the self-isolation requirement after a positive Covid test should remain in place. Half of people…Read More
I have begun to wonder if ‘cancel culture’ is, in part, linked to the American cultural phenomena of ‘where’s there’s blame, there’s claim’. A progression, if you will, of litigation culture.
Take this case. How many…Read More
A veneer of excuses that, while they have substance, are part of the bigger attack on our animal agriculture and meat industries.
Yes, of course we have a shortage of butchers – but to claim that ‘the situation has…Read More
How do illegal drug dealers often gain new customers? They offer the first hits for free. Get them hooked, and then start charging. It’s an effective business model.
The NHS started this way. Free service, free drugs. Getting people hooked to ever increasing prescriptions; then they started charging, albeit at subsidised rates, and we dug i…Read More
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