Who What Why Interview: Rethinking COVID-19 Narratives

In this 45-minute interview, Jeff Schechtman of Who What Why? and Laurie Calhoun discuss many aspects and implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, including prospects for the future, drawing on observations and arguments made in Questioning the COVID Company Line: Critical Thinking in Hysterical Times. A complete transcript of the interview is provided. https://whowhatwhy.org/podcast/its-back-rethinking-covid-19-narratives-the-media-fauci-and-the-fear-factor/

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TOP NEW RELEASE in Philosophy Criticism: Questioning the COVID Company Line!

Read Questioning the COVID Company Line: Critical Thinking in Hysterical Times to find out a bunch of stuff which you may not have known, including:   "Listen to The Science!" embodies a logical fallacy. Vaccine technology depends upon the ability of the natural immune system to work. Professions of ignorance as to whether people who already recovered from the virus needed the shots revealed the true agenda of the spokespersons for companies which persuaded many governments to impose universal mandates. The WHO (World Health Organization) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and...

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Cluster Bomb Catastrophe

Cluster Bomb Catastrophe

The U.S. government’s disdain for international law as expressed in the United Nations Charter, the Geneva Conventions, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was made plain during the Global War on Terror, through its offensive military invasions and its programmatic torture and summary execution of suspects. The willingness to defy global opinion on these conventions has come to the forefront again with the announcement that cluster bomb munitions, the use of which by Russia was denounced by the Biden administration as criminal in 2022, are now being sent to Ukraine in 2023. The...

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New Review Essay on Questioning the COVID Company Line

Brad Pearce (@thewaywardrabbler at Substack) has written a substantial (~4K word) and pensive essay on Questioning the COVID Company Line: Critical Thinking in Hysterical Times. Opening Excerpt: Questioning the COVID Company Line: Critical Thinking in Hysterical Times. Published by The Libertarian Institute. 2023. 279 Pages. “Trust the science!” they said. “Listen to the experts!” During the “Coronapocalypse” we heard the same tired refrains until we wanted to gouge out our eardrums. In reality, the “experts” were incredibly wrong about their own narrow specialties, and even had they been...

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Implausible Deniability: The US Government Approach to Ukraine

Implausible Deniability: The US Government Approach to Ukraine

“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” said U.S. president Joe Biden of Russian President Vladimir Putin on March 26, 2022, during a speech in Warsaw, Poland. On December 5, 2022, multiple unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs, or lethal drones) were used in Russian airspace to attack military installations near Kursk. This incursion on Russia’s territory, which reportedly killed three people, was alarming in that it represented an escalation in the conflict over eastern Ukraine which could easily spin out of control, at least judging by the annals of history. If the war raging...

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Lethal Drones at the U.S.-Mexico Border?

Lethal Drones at the U.S.-Mexico Border?

Fentanyl has caused many overdose deaths in recent years, and much of it has entered the United States through Mexico. A number of politicians have thrown their support behind a proposal to officially label narcotics traffickers based in Mexico as “terrorists." Not all of the Republican lawmakers who support this idea have openly embraced the use of lethal drones to eliminate such persons, but that would be the inevitable policy implication of such labeling, given the wording of anti-terrorist legislation. At least one presidential candidate, Vivek Ramaswamy, has said the quiet part out...

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