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The Lesson of Covid: When People Are Anxious, Isolated and Hopeless, They’re Less Ready To Think Critically
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The Lesson of Covid: When People Are Anxious, Isolated and Hopeless, They’re Less Ready To Think Critically
January 7, 2022

The corporate media is not our friend. Its coverage of the pandemic is not there to promote the public good. It is there to feed our anxieties, keep us coming back for more, and monetize that distress. The only cure for this sickness? A lot more critical thinking.

American Civil War: Of Roman Plagues, Handmaid’s Tales & the Real Geopolitics of Fiction
December 23, 2021

Biden’s foreign policy and his attitude to the EU seems to be a clone of Trump’s. Which oddly and incredibly, lends more to the Handmaid scenario than it does Black Mirror.

American Civil War: Of Roman Plagues, Handmaid’s Tales & the Real Geopolitics of Fiction
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Austria Vaccine Tyranny: Strategy Session #39 With Robert Bridge
Austria Vaccine Tyranny: Strategy Session #39 With Robert Bridge
December 16, 2021

Internationally published journalist Robert Bridge explains some of the big problems he sees in the break-down of civil society in Austria. New mandates pose a big problem, and threaten to entirely eliminate important lessons learned in the 20th century about coercion and freedom.

The Strategy Session, Episode 39
December 16, 2021

Internationally published journalist Robert Bridge explains some of the big problems he sees in the break-down of civil society in Austria. New mandates pose a big problem, and threaten to entirely eliminate important lessons learned in the 20th century about coercion and freedom.

The Strategy Session, Episode 39
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Have Professional Athletes Become the Canary in the Covid Coalmine?
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Have Professional Athletes Become the Canary in the Covid Coalmine?
December 10, 2021

The sudden spate of on-field emergencies has raised questions among several seasoned veterans of the game, Robert Bridge writes.

Flattening the Curve or Flattening the Global Poor? How Covid lockdowns Obliterate Human Rights and Crush the Most Vulnerable
December 3, 2021

Marketed as life-saving public health measures, lockdowns triggered death and economic devastation on a global scale while doing little to slow the spread of Covid-19. Now, they’re back with a vengeance.

Flattening the Curve or Flattening the Global Poor? How Covid lockdowns Obliterate Human Rights and Crush the Most Vulnerable
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Austria Imposing Mandatory Vaccination Regime Violates International Law
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Austria Imposing Mandatory Vaccination Regime Violates International Law
November 25, 2021

While vaccines can play a major role in fighting against the current pandemic, to enforce this medical intervention on anyone violates every aspect of human liberty and freedom, which many generations of men and women have fought to ensure.

COVID-19 vs. America’s Deadliest Wars and Pandemics
November 23, 2021

In September 2021, COVID-19 deaths topped those of the 1918 flu in the United States, officially becoming the deadliest pandemic in American history. Earlier, the COVID-19 toll surpassed that of each of America’s wars.

COVID-19 vs. America’s Deadliest Wars and Pandemics
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