Some questions about the PCR test and the freedom to question it: Links 1, October 3, 2020

1. The inventor of the PCR test used to identify Covid in people

2. Interview with this year’s winner of the Sappho award for freedom of speech, especially in journalism. A MUCH more meaningful award than a Pulitzer as a Pulitzer is awarded for not saying anything threatening to the powerful. This year it was awarded to Gunnar Sandelin.

Below, Lara Logan offers a few words on the nature of the Pullitzer in more modern times. Although it does seem that giving it to Walter Durante was typical.

3. A “Conservative” MP in the UK calls on the military to enforce lock down regulations and quell dissent. Much like the Canadian government tried to do until a General blew the whistle and refused and was subsequently fired.

Thank you Johnny U., ET., MissPiggy and all who sent in materials so far last night and today. There is a great deal to come and some questions to be asked. But I have to add this James Woods Tweet.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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