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The challenges of our time are completely different from the past. We must counter ruling-class opinion on empirical, legal, and practical grounds. We need all hands on deck to make it clear: we will not relent, no matter how many strange edicts are issued from above, no matter how many big shots tell us otherwise, no matter how many tricks and ploys come our way. 

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Conflicts of Interest in Science: History of Influence, Scandal, and Denial

Conflicts of Interest in Science: History of Influence, Scandal, and Denial

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As far back as 2000, experts questioned the ability of academic institutions to regulate financial conflicts of interests when they were so reliant on billions of dollars annually from industry. University leaders avoid discussing the imperative to regulate financial conflicts because they fear losing revenue. 

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WHO’s Edict Caused the Lockdown Disaster

WHO’s Edict Caused the Lockdown Disaster

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The W.H.O’s rousing endorsement of the “China model” of lockdowns should have been considered “junk science” before the governments of the world pulled the trigger on these “virus-mitigation” mandates, civil-liberty-eviscerating dictates which also caused a public health disaster for the people of the world.

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The New York Times Finally Admits to the Harm Done to Children

The New York Times Finally Admits to the Harm Done to Children

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If a normie like me could read and interpret the data available since March 2020 and know that not only would closed schools be incredibly harmful to the most vulnerable children, but that their risk from Covid was thousands of times less than an elderly person, then certainly the science desk at the New York Times should have been able to do so.

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Why So Many Countries Followed China’s Lockdown Example

Why So Many Countries Followed China’s Lockdown Example

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If the novel coronavirus isn’t really so novel, this would explain why the lockdowns didn’t work. We had already known that lockdowns don’t work in other viral pandemics. Even China eventually gave up its Zero Covid Policy after it was obvious that lockdowns weren’t working. My friends owe me some explanations to justify their lockdown views. Maybe Fauci isn’t off the hook after all.

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Europe's New Digital Identity Wallet: Security or Tyranny?

Europe’s New Digital Identity Wallet: Security or Tyranny?

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Obviously, advocates of a European digital ID will publicly claim they are only interested in promoting the security of our transactions and protecting our privacy. But since these are the very same people who dare to claim that medical segregation and coercion via vaccine passports “reassures us of (the) spirit of an open Europe, a Europe without barriers,” their assurances regarding citizens’ privacy and liberties have no credibility whatsoever.

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Great Barrington Declaration

The Declaration That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen

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The problem with the Great Barrington Declaration was not that it was not true. It’s that – unbeknownst to its authors – it flew in the face of one of the most funded and elaborate industrial plots in the history of governance. Just a few sentences sneaking through the wall of censorship they were carefully constructing was enough to threaten and eventually dismantle the best laid plans. 

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