1. Disappointing information about Maxime Bernier. This doesn’t mean he still believes these things, but we need to know how he acted if indeed he did.
“Coercing the entire population is morally and constitutionally indefensible in a country which is not yet a totalitarian state, like China”
A British Supreme Court judge has slammed the UK government as ‘control freaks’ for attempting to control people’s lives under the guise of COVID, and labeled it “morally and constitutionally indefensible” to define what freedoms the public should and shouldn’t have.
In an op-ed published Sunday, Lord Sumption noted that the “debate about whether to let us have a family Christmas perfectly sums up what is wrong with this Government’s handling” of the crisis.
Sumption wrote that there are “many different answers to the dilemmas of a Covid Christmas”, yet the crux of the matter is “whether we should be allowed to make the choice for ourselves, instead of having it imposed on us by law.”
“But for the Jacobins of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) and the control freaks in the Department of Health, theirs is the only answer,” Sumption urged.
(This is quite an interesting document. It seems to confirm our hypothesis that the reason they won’t let us have it, is it works.)
The video below shows the depth of thought, or perhaps worse, the attempt to flummox the population with this ludicrously bad logic of the Governor of Maryland.
Gov. Hogan (R-MD) on resistance to mask requirement: “It’s sort of like saying, ‘I have a constitutional right to drive drunk’ … There is no constitutional right to walk around without a mask.” pic.twitter.com/TiONn5BG8c
— The Recount (@therecount) November 23, 2020
4. Dr. Fuellmich On the law suit filed in Germany against the use of PCR tests for the purpose for which the German government is using it.
5. Media now trying to make us frightened of the healthy. Check out the propaganda below. If they said your children had grown overnight in pods in the basement it would be no more alarming. (Although that actually is a decent example of how school turns your children into communists.)
Can viruses such as the one that causes Covid-19 attack our brains and change our behaviour — thereby prolonging an outbreak?
That’s the suggestion from U.S. researchers who say that the coronavirus may be manipulating the behaviour of infected people, sometimes even before they show symptoms, so they become more sociable.
The theory is that pathogens do this to maximise their reproduction rate (known as R0) and in turn, their spread and survival.
Now researchers from the State University of New York at Albany, have explained how the Covid-19 virus could be changing the behaviour of those it infects to make them more likely to pass it on to others.
One idea is that it may do this in the incubation period, when people are infected but show no symptoms, so they are more likely to socialise.
The researchers suggest the virus may act on an area of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), which is involved in social behaviour and emotional regulation.
In fact, such behaviour-changing effects of viruses — so-called behavioural host manipulation — are not new, and have previously been reported for the flu and rabies viruses, among others.
(This article now claims that people who want to be with friends and family are actually sick. That sociability is now a symptom of Covid 19. I cannot think of a more communist type reasoning and justification for illegal measures to follow)
Thank you M., ML., KF., C., EB., Johnny U., Wrath of Khan, and all the wonderful people who continue to try and restore reason and diversity of thought to civilization.