Two Plus Two

Life since 2020 is portrayed in this genius six minute film, nominated for Best Short Film at the BAFTA Awards in 2013. Doctors and scientists are experiencing unprecedented assaults on free and open scientific discourse. In response, new institutions and organisations are emerging. Hillsdale College Academy for Science and Freedom is one of many examples. … More Two Plus Two

Science on the Sofa

Collateral Global are a UK-based public health organisation analysing and publishing data on the impacts of the pandemic response globally. They offer a range of excellent resources on multiple topics. Yesterday they published a video, Two Years On: a Q&A session between Professors Jay Bhattacharya and John Ioannidis, both Infectious Disease Epidemiologists at the Stanford … More Science on the Sofa

Central Controllers

Update from Wellington, New Zealand as at 11 February 2022: A number of police have downed-tools and joined protestors in response to what happened on the Beehive grounds yesterday. Some firemen have also reportedly joined. Protesters report that the Law Society of NZ donated their car park at no charge. It has been raining in … More Central Controllers

Eyes on the Ball

This amazing group of clinicians, leaders in their fields, converged in Washington a few days ago. They discuss their experiences working in an environment of horrific, and deadly, corrupted power. Many of them have been persecuted for the crime of saving lives with cheap, repurposed, effective medications which afford no profits to the pharmaceutical industry. … More Eyes on the Ball

An Intelligent Discussion

Professor Jay Bhattacharya is a Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, and a Physician, Epidemiologist, Health Economist and Public Health Policy expert focusing on infectious diseases in vulnerable populations. He is also co-author and lead signatory of the Great Barrington Declaration with Professor Martin Kulldorff and Professor Sunetra Gupta. He testified to the Corona Ausschuss … More An Intelligent Discussion

Fool Me Once, Shame On You

How Fauci Fooled America : Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya When the pandemic hit, America needed someone to turn to for advice. The media and public naturally looked to Dr. Anthony Fauciā€”the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, an esteemed laboratory immunologist and one of President Donald Trump‘s chosen COVID advisers. … More Fool Me Once, Shame On You

Thoughts On Democracy

Lord Sumption, a retired British Supreme Court Judge, spoke with Professor Jay Bhattacharya in June 2021 at Collateral Global for 55 minutes. A very intelligent, thought provoking and sensible discussion on humanity and life. If what you are doing is virtuous, does it therefore have no limits? All despotisms believe that it is for the … More Thoughts On Democracy

Ministry of Truth

Jacinda Ardern’s Ministry of Truth is a 12 minute video by Kate Wand, based on an essay by Adam Creighton. Featuring Jacinda Ardern, Joe Biden, scenes of pandemic protest in Australia, evidence from researcher Michael P. Senger, historic footage of the Chinese Communist Party, scenes from Nazi Germany and the Spanish Influenza pandemic, and interviews … More Ministry of Truth

Mrs Doubt Pfizer

Imposing singular ideas without exploring or allowing consideration of other possibilities causes harm beyond anything I could ever have imagined. In my public health studies 20 years ago I learned about Dr Andrew Wakefield who was sold to us as a corrupt fraud. Through this year’s crisis I’ve heard him speak of his experiences and … More Mrs Doubt Pfizer

Modern Day Conspiracists

Today’s “new world order conspiracists” have impressive backgrounds which seem a little confusing when they don’t subscribe to the exciting campaign of lockdown methods and case counting. Their expertise includes areas such as virology, epidemiology, pathology, toxicology, statistics and microbiology. Few of the many thousands speaking out are employed by government or connected to the … More Modern Day Conspiracists