Monthly Archives: November 2020

NYT Gaslights, Denies the Facts About The Great Reset

The New York Times are gas-lighting: The baseless ‘Great Reset’ conspiracy theory rises again. The Great Reset is no conspiracy theory. The World Economic Forum, the UN, and many world leaders are pushing “build back better”, the message that the … Continue reading

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Patenting and Profiting from the Corona Virus Vaccine

Labour fanboy Owen Jones, writing in the Guardian, opines that The Covid vaccine will benefit humanity – we should all own the patent. I agree, but disagree with much of his reasoning as to why. The Pfizer/BioNTech experimental vaccine itself … Continue reading

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Is Freedom of Association Dangerous?

I’m going to comment on the article The Dangerous Rise Of Men Who Won’t Date “Woke” Women, published in January on REFINERY29 by Vicky Spratt. I’d say refusing to date woke woman was is entirely appropriate, if you don’t want … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Perspective on Covid-19

There is a vast spectrum of opinion on Covid-19 and the SARS2 corona virus. One end believes that governments should declare martial law and forcefully lock down their people, in the extreme, extending such lock-downs indefinitely to prevent climate change. … Continue reading

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