Submission for Online Censorship plans close Monday 31 July.
The Disinformation Project is not a random, benign creation that just ‘happened’. It is a tool of the Censorship Industrial Complex, and it’s recruiting strategic allies.
Jodie Bruning provides some thoughts on why New Zealand is uniquely vulnerable to abuse of power.
The WHO is drawing up the legal framework to grease the wheels of the pandemic industry. Once the paperwork has been signed by governments on this public/private partnership behemoth, people are not going to have much of a say in getting a clot shot or whatever other medical countermeasures are ‘on offer’ during pandemic season. We can stop this by starting a grass roots movement to force parliament to exit the WHO, writes UK based Rusere Shoniwa in this guest post.
The reality is that most people condemning Posie Parker right now have no idea what she’s actually about. Just say the word ‘Nazi’ and people’s brains turn to mush.
‘It was a ritualistic shaming of a witch, a violent purging of a heretic.’ – The Spectator.
I republish the media release from Speak up for Women in full, sent out after the Let Women Speak event was sabotaged by an angry, violent, self-righteous mob this afternoon, who claimed to be about tolerance, inclusion and diversity – just not when it comes to women, apparently.
This is the second part of an analysis provided by British writer Chris R on the failure of the Left to stand up to covid authoritarianism. In this part he examines some of the fundamentals of contemporary Left thinking that might explain why and how it failed to respond correctly to the covid challenge, including a horror of ‘conspiracy theories’, a pernicious anti-industrial mentality, and, amongst the intelligentsia, alienation from productive economic work.
New Zealand orders fluoridation of water supplies while many developed nations, including Israel, Finland, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, and Sweden have abandoned or banned water fluoridation, writes Keri Molloy in this guest post.
In this two-part guest post, British writer Chris R gives a visceral account of the Left’s failure to stand with working people in the covid era, instead siding with the oppressor.