UK: The end of civil liberty as we know it

9 April 2021 — True Publica

The end of civil liberty as we know it

By Mark Johnson: Mission creep is defined as ‘the tendency for a task… to become unintentionally wider in scope than its initial objectives’. The government’s initial mission, when introducing Covid-19 restrictions across the UK, was to save lives and to ensure that the NHS was not overwhelmed, not destroy our civil liberty. Now, it is considering introducing a new system of control which would entirely reprogramme our society – requiring us to show a health ID just to order a pint, despite the ever-decreasing risk that Covid poses. How did this idea, which could come straight out of an episode of Black Mirror, progress this far?

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We Cannot Afford to Censor Dissenting Voices During a Pandemic – Prof Martin Kulldorff

31 March 2021 — Lockdown Sceptics

by Oliver May

Professor Martin Kulldorff

Now that we are allowed to meet up in groups of six outside their homes, Matt Hancock is warning us not to do anything foolish, like hug one another or breach the two metre rule. “Do it safely,” he tweeted. “Don’t blow it now”.

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The cruelties we have inflicted on children under Covid-19 are unethical and immoral, we’re devastating a whole generation

1 April 2021 — In Gaza (and beyond)

by Eva Bartlett

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A year of lockdowns, mask-wearing, isolation and depriving youngsters from seeing friends and grandparents has caused a surge in kids committing suicide, self-harming and suffering other mental health issues. It needs to end.

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Dr. Mike Yeadon: The Devastating Impacts of the Covid Vaccine

March 30, 2021 — Global Research

Interview with America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS)

By Dr. Mike Yeadon and Mordechai Sones

America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) spoke to former Pfizer Vice President and Chief Science Officer Dr. Mike Yeadon about his views on the COVID-19 vaccine, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, the regulatory authorities, and more.

At the outset, Dr. Yeadon said “I’m well aware of the global crimes against humanity being perpetrated against a large proportion of the worlds population.
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Former Supreme Court Judge Lord Sumption Expects People Will be Forced to Wear Masks, Stay Home for Ten Years

26 March, 2021 — Summit News

“It’s politically unrealistic to expect the Government to backtrack now”

Steve Watson

British former Supreme Court judge Lord Sumption has warned that “social controls” brought about by the coronavirus pandemic may be kept in place by governments for up to a decade.
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Lockdown One Year On – It doesn’t work, it never worked & it wasn’t supposed to work

24 March 2021 — Off Guardian

Light up the lone candle on the saddest birthday cake in the world! The most destructive public policy of the century is growing up and doesn’t look like slowing down

Kit Knightly

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And so we come to March 23rd, and lockdown’s first birthday. Or, as we call it here, the longest two weeks in history.

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The New Normal (Phase 2)

9 March 2021 — CJ Hopkins

CJ Hopkins

So, we’re almost a year into the “New Normal” (a/k/a “pathologized totalitarianism”) and things are still looking … well, pretty totalitarian.

Most of Western Europe is still in “lockdown,” or “under curfew,” or in some other state of “health emergency.” Police are fining and arresting people for “being outdoors without a valid reason.” Protest is still bannedDissent is still censored. The official propaganda is relentless. Governments are ruling by edict, subjecting people to an ever-changing series of increasingly absurd restrictions of the most fundamental aspects of everyday life.

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Lockdowns have killed millions

1 March 2021 — Sebastian Rushworth M.D.

By Sebastian Rushworth

Over the course of this pandemic I have often wished that Hans Rosling was still alive. For those who are unaware, he was a medical doctor and a professor at Karolinska Institutet who had a particular interest in global health and development. In 2012, Time magazine declared him one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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