Tag: lockdown scepticism

Chatter #161 – Laura Dodsworth on Covid, SAGE, and A State Of Fear

Laura Dodsworth is the author of A State of Fear, Bare Reality, Manhood and Womanhood, and she has also written for The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, The Guardian and Spiked. You can find her on Twitter at @BareReality. This is a book about fear. Fear of a virus. Fear…

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Chatter #137 – Jeffrey Peel on Vaccine Passports and The Balance Of Freedom And Safety

Express VPN 12 Months 35% off!! Jeffrey Peel is a former Conservative politician who worked to try to bring the Tories to Northern Ireland. He has worked for the UK Dept for International Trade, in market research and consulting, and consulted for a number of free market think tanks. He was also a…

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Chatter #125 – Jenin Younes on The Left Wing Case Against Lockdowns

Express VPN 12 Months 35% off!! Jenin Younes was my guest on this episode of Chatter. Jenin is a contributor at AIER and a New York City Defender. She is also one of the few left wing lockdown sceptics that I have encountered over the past year and believes that lockdowns constitute a…

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The Left Forgot To Care

Without a doubt, of the strangest occurrences of the past year has been the left’s failure to care about the damages of the lockdowns. I had always believed that whilst occasionally misguided or over-zealous, most people believed in the ideas of the left because they genuinely cared about people. Yet, throughout 2020 I…

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Chatter #93 – Jeffrey A. Tucker on Covid, Lockdowns, and Herd Immunity

Jeffrey A. Tucker, the Editorial Director at the American Institute for Economic Research was my guest on today’s show. They have been publishing a lot of material that has been highlighting the lack of evidence being produced to support the idea that lockdowns are effective at preventing the spread of covid-19. These are…

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