Rusere Shoniwa continues his application of Robert Lifton’s study of Maoist brainwashing to the manipulation of science and language in the Covid era.
Rusere Shoniwa discusses the Government’s deployment of psychological warfare techniques to induce compliance with Covid containment policies.
Rusere calls for action against coming regulations which ‘explicitly target lawful speech’, including private messages, to ‘protect’ adults from ‘misinformation’ on vaccines and Covid-19.
Bruce Wallace skewers a review of 2021 and look-ahead to 2022 by Hannah Sell, general secretary of the Socialist Party, which manages to totally ignore lockdowns, mass vaccination or big pharma.
Calling for African resistance to Western Covid diktats, Rusere Shoniwa pulls apart the ‘agitprop for Big Pharma’ of a BBC interview with Dr. Ayoade Alakija, Co-Chair of the African Union’s Vaccine Delivery Alliance.
A trade union activist explains the health and safety grounds for unions and Left media outlets to oppose vaccine mandates and the capture of medical regulation by big pharma.
The final contribution we are publishing from the event last month is a set of critical observations by Simon Elmer, who was unable to attend.
If there is any consistency on the activist revolutionary left in the UK about coronavirus it is in their massive overestimation of the risk posed by it, in tandem with a universal acceptance that the Tories were initially hell bent on a ‘herd immunity’ strategy.
There is a nationwide stampede to get the covid jag. Critical voices are routinely blocked by fact checkers on the net. Any criticism is denounced as being from anti-vax conspiracy theorists. Those who opposing mass vaccination or show vaccine hesitancy are abused for being selfish or dangerous. The government are pushing forward with the idea of a vaccination passport, after months of denying they intended to introduce one. The pro-vaccine propaganda is reaching a crescendo.
As a lockdown sceptic, over the last few months I have experienced the kind of treatment at the hands of my lockdown lefty ‘friends’ they previously reserved for online rants at the alt-right Twitterati. As I shared these upsetting experiences it became clear that others had suffered the same kind of abuse from people they had previously considered ‘comrades’. This led to my interest in the psychology driving the left lockdowners’ bullying of socialist lockdown sceptics and widespread denial of debate.