A couple of days ago I watched “The Magnificent Seven” again and it struck me how it contains a parable of freedom and security. How do we trade one for the other? Do we need to do so?
One of the strange things about the last 18 months is how safety has become the clinching argument for just about any course of action relating to covid. It’s all in the name of safety… but is there something deeper going on?
A few days ago Tim Farron wrote an article arguing that the Christ-like thing to do is to continue wearing a mask after July 19th. Here I explain why I disagree. Tim Farron’s article is here.
We’re starting to hear more about “Covid Anxiety Syndrome”. I believe unless we can stop worrying about covid, we could be anxious forever. The Daily Mail article I mentioned is here. The QCovid risk calculator is here.
Recently someone told me that my videos were “dangerous” because they could encourage people to break the restrictions. But could it be more dangerous to not ask questions? Links Lockdown killed my mother article Five year olds having panic attacks Leicester Mum who died Open Letter about Vaccines
Over the last 15 months we’ve got used to the sight of social media fact-checkers. But are they impartial and unbiased? And is there a deeper problem going on in the field of science? Articles I mentioned The Scandal of the Suppressed Case for Ivermectin (The Conservative Woman) COVID-19: The final nail in the coffin […]
In this video I look at the evidence surrounding face masks and some of the complexities involved. At the end of the day, I believe it doesn’t come down to a question of evidence but how we want to be as a society.
Over the last 15 months I think the government have not led us with courage. Unfortunately this has led to just about every institution adopting the same approach.
Over the last 15 months, we haven’t talked enough about government by consent. In a democracy, the government derives its legitimacy from the will of the people. But has that really happened during the pandemic? In this video I compare seat belts with masks to show how government by consent has changed. As I mentioned […]
We are often told that restrictions are necessary in order due to worrying variants etc. But is that really “following the science”? I think the lockdowns have rather turned us back towards a dark age of superstition. Links Telegraph article about lockdowns in Germany InProportion2 list of studies on lockdowns Spiked article about Peru My […]