• WHO warns of “concerning trends” for COVID-19 in winter
• WHO scientist fired for sexual misconduct
• Ulez charges added to bills without leaving house
• No evidence for taking new Covid shot every winter
• Climate scientist admits overhyping global warming impacts
• Modi warns against Western climate policies on developing nations
• China building new coal power so fast West’s energy transition meaningless
• Ideologues behind RAAC crisis
• Birmingham council slammed for £10 million cycle lane
• Free speech tsar on exploring views others find offensive
• Civil servants shunning office in favour of WFH
• Government backs down on Online Safety Bill
• Political elite given up on Britain
• Tories must clear up transgender confusion
• Apologies due to Graham Linehan and others
• James Bond on seventh booster, gone woke
• Bill Gates making nearly $100 million bet on Bud Light
• Donald Trump challenges Meghan Markle to debate
• Governments using psychological warfare to push climate change narrative
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has sounded a major alarm over a “concerning” Covid wave coming this winter with a dangerous new strain running rampant across the Northern Hemisphere. This warning comes after a senior WHO scientist was fired following an investigation into sexual misconduct.
Sweden, on the other hand, has avoided lockdowns and mask mandates and as a result, has seen fewer excess deaths and much less social damage. Professor Eyal Shahar has pointed out that there is no empirical basis or evidence for taking a new Covid shot every winter to avoid Covid, the same applies to the flu shot.
Anthony Fauci, the head of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, had a “very bad week” after a car crash interview on CNN and leaked emails. Homeowners are being hit with Ulez charges without leaving the house as tradesmen include Ulez charges in bills. Despite the Government’s increasingly desperate efforts, most people simply refuse to make the switch to electric vehicles.
Eco-zealots have been targeting Michael O’Leary, the motormouth boss of budget airline Ryanair, who had a cream pie smashed in his face while in Brussels. Climate scientist Dr. Patrick Brown has admitted to overhyping the impact of global warming on wildfires to get published.
Narendra Modi has warned Western nations against forcing strict climate policies on developing countries, while China is building new coal power so fast that it renders the “energy transition” by the West meaningless. Some post-war architects have been criticised for designing death-trap buildings using reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete. Birmingham Council has also been slammed for spending £10 million on a 2.5-mile cycle lane.
Prof. Arif Ahmed, the new free speech tsar, has said it is important for students to explore a range of views that others might find offensive. Data shows that the majority of Whitehall staff are working from home and ministers appear to have defused a row over the scanning of apps for harmful content in the Online Safety Bill.
Allister Heath has lamented that Labour and the Tories have joined forces to condemn Britain to national failure, while Lord Frost warns that the BBC can’t be trusted with culture. Rishi Sunak has promised guidance on transgender pupils, but we’re still waiting. Ella Whelan has praised John Boyne for his ‘cancellation apology’ to Graham Linehan, and has called for more apologies.
Gareth Roberts has argued that there is nothing “homophobic” about the word “homosexual”, while Tom Slater has commented on the ideologues behind the RAAC crisis. West Yorkshire Police have been criticised for grilling a 73-year-old retired social worker over snapping a photo of a sticker at a local Pride event. Róisín Murphy has broken her silence to promote her album after her record label declined to support the release due to her sensible comments about puberty blockers.
Donald Trump has expressed his eagerness to debate Meghan Markle over her treatment of the Queen, while the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust has recently purchased 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch despite the beer company experiencing a steep sales slump attributed to its Bud Light partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
Finally, Larry Sand has remarked that the destructive transgender fad shows no sign of abating in California, while The Naked Emperor has commented that Bond has swapped his Martini (shaken, not stirred) for a Bud Light and turned well and truly woke.
- “WHO sounds major alarm over ‘concerning’ Covid wave coming this winter” – The World Health Organisation has warned of “concerning trends” for COVID-19 ahead of winter as a dangerous new strain runs rampant across the Northern Hemisphere, reports the Express.
- “Top WHO scientist fired after allegations of sexual misconduct” – A senior World Health Organisation scientist has been fired following an investigation into sexual misconduct, including an allegation that he removed his trousers in the presence of a female colleague, according to the Telegraph.
- “Only Sweden had the right COVID-19 response” – Sweden, Scandinavia’s largest country, avoided lockdowns and mask mandates. The result: fewer excess deaths and much less social damage, writes Jeff Jacoby in the Boston Globe.
- “Get a new Covid shot? The evidence suggests otherwise” – Taking a new Covid shot every winter to avoid Covid has no empirical basis or evidence; the same applies to the flu shot, says Prof. Eyal Shahar on Medium.
- “Anthony Fauci’s very bad week” – Brownstone Institute’s Jeffrey A. Tucker evaluates Anthony Fauci’s week in the wake of a car crash interview on CNN and some leaked emails.
- “Homeowners hit with Ulez charges without leaving the house” – Homeowners are being hit with Ulez charges without leaving the house as tradesmen include Ulez charges in bills, says the Express.
- “Nobody wants an electric car” – Despite the Government’s increasingly desperate efforts, the awkward truth is that most people simply refuse to make the switch to electric vehicles, writes Matthew Lynn in the Telegraph.
- “Why eco zealots love to hate Ryanair” – Spiked’s Tom Slater comments on Michael O’Leary, the motormouth boss of budget airline Ryanair, having a cream pie smashed in his face on a trip to Brussels.
- “Climate scientist admits overhyping impact of global warming on wildfires to get published” – Dr. Patrick Brown claims research that cuts against the “mainstream narrative” on climate change is “taboo” in certain journals, reports the Telegraph. (You read it here first.)
- “Narendra Modi: Don’t lecture us on climate change” – Narendra Modi warns Western nations against forcing strict climate policies on developing countries, ahead of hosting a key G20 summit in Delhi, according to the Times.
- “China is building new coal power so fast that ‘energy transition’ by the West is meaningless” – Even if the U.S. went completely off coal tomorrow, its coal-fired power stations would be more than replaced by China’s, writes David Blackmon in the Telegraph.
- “The ideologues behind the RAAC crisis” – Writing in UnHerd, Nicholas Boys Smith slams reckless post-war architects, their minds twisted by progressive gobbledegook, for designing death-trap buildings using reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete.
- “Birmingham council slammed for £10 million spend on 2.5-mile cycle lane” – Furious families in Birmingham are asking why their bankrupt council spent £10 million on a ‘cycle highway’ that is wider than a bus lane and causes traffic chaos, reports the Mail.
- “Students must be able to explore views which others find offensive” – Prof. Arif Ahmed, the new free speech tsar, has said it is important for students to be able to “explore a range of views that perhaps others might find difficult to cope with or might find offensive”, according to an interview with Louisa Clarence-Smith in the Telegraph.
- “Majority of civil servants found to ‘shun the office in favour of WFH’” – According to data, the majority of Whitehall staff are working from home, reports the Mail.
- “U.K. backs down over scanning of apps for harmful content under Online Safety Bill” – Ministers appear to have defused a row with tech companies over fears that the Government would give Ofcom the power to break into encrypted apps to search for child abuse material, reports the Times.
- “The political elite has given up on Britain” – Labour and the Tories have joined forces to condemn Britain to national failure. Their views are virtually indistinguishable, laments Allister Heath in the Telegraph.
- “If the Last Night of the Proms goes, nothing else is safe” – The BBC can’t be trusted with culture. It’ll scrap The Last Night of the Proms when it thinks it can get away with it, writes Lord Frost in the Telegraph.
- “When will the Tories clear up the transgender confusion?” – Rishi Sunak promised that guidance on transgender pupils would be in teachers’ hands “for the summer term”, but we’re still waiting, says Debbie Hayton in the Spectator.
- “Graham Linehan isn’t alone in deserving an apology” – In the Telegraph, Ella Whelan tips her hat to author John Boyne for his ‘cancellation apology’ to Graham Linehan. Now, while we’re at it, we could do with a few more apologies.
- “There’s nothing ‘homophobic’ about the word ‘homosexual’” – Owen Jones and his fellow gender cultists forget that biological sex is fundamental to sexuality, remarks Gareth Roberts in Spiked.
- “Wild West Yorkshire policing” – West Yorkshire Police have outdone themselves by grilling a 73 year-old retired social worker over snapping a photo of a sticker at a local Pride event, writes Prof. Roger Watson in the New Conservative.
- “Róisín Murphy breaks silence to promote album after trans pile-on” – According to the Mail, Róisín Murphy is self-promoting her new album after her record label declined to support the release due to her sensible comments about puberty blockers.
- “The new James Bond would be on his seventh booster” – It was always on the cards, but Bond has swapped his Martini (shaken, not stirred) for a Bud Light and turned well and truly woke, says the Naked Emperor on Substack.
- “Bad trans-actions” – The destructive transgender fad shows no sign of abating in California, but as school resumes, resistance is mounting, writes Larry Sand in City Journal.
- “Bill Gates’ foundation made a nearly $100 million bet on Bud Light” – The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust has recently purchased 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch, despite the beer company experiencing a steep sales slump attributed to its Bud Light partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, according to CNN Business.
- “Donald Trump says he ‘would love’ to debate Meghan Markle” – Donald Trump is eager to square off in a debate with the Duchess of Sussex over her treatment of the Queen, reports the NY Post.
- “Laura Dodsworth: What they’re trying to do constantly is link heat with danger” – Journalist and author Laura Dodsworth joins Dan Wootton on GB News to discuss how the chilling forms of propaganda utilised during Covid are now being used to push an extreme climate change narrative.
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