Lawyer and researcher Michael Senger, author of Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World, was interviewed by Kara McKinney, on One America News yesterday. He talks about Xi from his childhood to the Fangkong philosophy he used to convince the West that “lockdown” is a public health intervention. Fangkong combines public health and security, an overlap which doesn’t have to distinguish between infection and dissent within minority groups. It is the inspiration for concentration camps in which minorities such as the Uighur people are confined and “re-educated”. Fangkong language is centred around disease and infection, such as minorities being said to have a “virus” in their thinking, that needs to be “quarantined”.
This is the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory in Australia. I find it hard to believe that anyone could watch him speaking and consider anything he says, or his body language, “normal”. Children in classrooms are now at risk? Of a disease with an average mortality age over the average age of life expectancy in every nation? Just what our indigenous communities need, another illogical despot.
Liberty is the only real safety a citizen has. Alexandra Marshall discusses the way that oppressive regimes inevitably fall, once the will of the people becomes strong enough. She argues that Australians slumbered in their comfort zone far longer than Europe, but they are awakening now.
Laura Dodsworth, English author of A State of Fear: How the UK government weaponised fear during the Covid-19 pandemic, shared this piece today, by an anonymous care home worker. I Love My Job, But I Won’t Be Jabbed