As the global censors circle, it’s worth remembering that life is for living. Screw their fake ‘safety’.
An ominous change from advisory to mandatory recommendations at the WHO is afoot – but the public are getting wise, reports Keri Molloy.
Consortium News’ offer shows up RNZs blatant political censorship, while all may not be as it seems with the apparent rebellion against Russia.
Bloomfield denied injection exemptions to countless people who were at known risk from the jab. Now he’s heading up a global decision making body that is attempting to take control of national public health responses to future pandemics. What could go wrong?
Two documents released under OIA lay out the mindset and the cross-agency apparatus the government set up to monitor and record so-called ‘mis-and-disinformation’. They raise serious questions about whether or not the state is respecting citizens’ privacy and right to free speech and whether it’s treating political dissent as ‘disinformation’.
Labeling some speech as ‘mis-and-disinformation’ has become a convenient way for governments to justify tracking and attempting to control the expression of dissenting views, including those of journalists and MPs, as a new report from the UK shows.
Jodie Bruning exposes the millions of dollars the Government is spending on consultants, which she argues, are effectively delivering pre-packaged, locked and loaded policy that is oblivious to the concerns and interests of the public.
Stronger evidence should have underpinned the booster rollout than for the original Pfizer doses, given a clear shift in the risk-benefit ratio, yet the opposite holds, says economics professor John Gibson.
The Looking Glass reviews a selection of news highlighting local and international technocratic developments, narrative twists and turns, and the people power pushing back.
A legal update from The ‘Hood about the judicial review scheduled to begin tomorrow at the High Court in Wellington.