Early in my working career I learned the importance of questioning assumptions - arguably one of the most important skills one can have for solving problems. At the heart of public policy on Covid-19 and everything that flows from it via the media seems to be a massive failure to question assumptions. The New Zealand … Continue reading Public policy on Covid-19: A failure to question assumptions
This morning on my early morning walk it was crisp but calm. I could almost forget the Covid crazy-train which so many people have been convinced (or I should say misled) into boarding. Of course they would - who wouldn't want to SAVE LIVES? There were already many reasons to avoid Facebook, and Covid has … Continue reading Covid-19: Propaganda, Peer pressure, and Fear
According to some sources 75 million people died in World War Two - either at the hands of tyranny or giving their lives to defeat tyranny. I was born into a generation who swore that the sacrifices made by so many in our parent's generation would not be wasted. I was born into a generation … Continue reading Neil Oliver’s plea for freedom – a passionate and powerful warning about what is at stake
When I first saw the Quillette article about Ivermectin by Claire Berlinski and Yuri Deigin , I quickly spotted what to me were red flags and faulty reasoning, and so I wasn't surprised to hear Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying heavily criticizing the article on scientific grounds . As usual this episode of their Darkhorse … Continue reading Weinstein and Heying discuss serious flaws in recent Quillette article on Ivermectin
In the UK in a recent GB News interview with Laurence Fox , interviewer Tom Harwood exhibits a stunning ignorance when he denies that influenza kills people. This is a vivid example of one way that the mainstream media is fueling the ongoing covid-19 hysteria and vaccine authoritarianism. It is disappointing to see this on … Continue reading UK interviewer denies that influenza kills people – scientific illiteracy in the media is helping to fuel covid-19 hysteria and vaccine authoritarianism
I once read a comment on ResearchGate (which I wasn't able to later locate to reference) which said something like "You don't need an RCT (randomized control trial) to know that if you jump out of a plane a parachute will probably save your life.". All things considered, the extraordinary standard of proof that the … Continue reading Dr. Pierre Kory debates Ivermectin critic – how many trials are enough?
Bret Weinstein has a hypothesis which he has talked about a number of times. He is careful to point out that this is only a hypothesis - but given what we are seeing it is a compelling idea. Big pharma received emergency use authorization (EUA) for the vaccines (which includes immunity from responsibility for adverse … Continue reading Weinstein: Covid-19 vaccines may be in breach of EUA conditions – is this why Ivermectin is being suppressed?
I have run out of hyperbole on this topic. The insanity of what is happening is difficult to comprehend. Dr. Bret Weinstein and Dr. Pierre Kory recently sat with Joe Rogan  to discuss the overwhelming evidence for the safety and effectiveness of Ivermectin - and the stubborn denial of governments, medical authorities, media and … Continue reading The shocking suppression of Ivermectin as a prevention and treatment for Covid-19 – corruption or stupidity?
In spite of growing concerns about both the safety and effectiveness of the covid-19 vaccines, the New Zealand government rolls on with a relentless campaign to pressure people to vaccinate - seemingly oblivious to the many highly credible voices of concern about it's safety and effectiveness - not to mention the availability of very promising … Continue reading Dr. Sam Bailey on the New Zealand government covid-19 vaccine propaganda machine
It feels like western civilization is at a watershed moment - although I am mindful that most likely it has always felt like that to those most troubled by the events of the day. Yet there does seem to be something particularly important going on - in my life I cannot recall so many wise … Continue reading America, we who understand how much is at stake stand with you