Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Tag Archives: Lockdowns

National News

More Fear Porn – Why a “super-cold” is spreading, C I A Continues Gaslighting America.

Months of mask wearing and social distancing have triggered a mass outbreak of what sufferers say is “the worst cold ever”, experts are warning. Latest data from the UK Health Security Agency show that calls to the NHS 111 phone service about cases of cold and flu are above usual levels and increasing rapidly. And the number of people going to the GP “seeking help with lower and upper respiratory tract infections” rose to 3.1 per 100,000 in the week ending 3 October, compared with 2.1 in the same period last year, The Times reported.

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The People vs. Critical Race Theory – The American Mind

With a speed that has astonished ordinary Americans, a vocal minority of “critical race theorists” has blitzed K-12 education with sweeping changes of law and policy. The New York Times’ 1619 Project has been the tip of the spear of their movement to put anti-American narratives of race and power at the heart of American curricula. Even at the very highest levels of prestige, the examples now are legion. At the Dalton School in New York City, faculty signed a letter with a long list of recommendations, including: yearly anti-racist training for employees, an expanded diversity bureaucracy with at least 12 positions, and employee anti-racism statements. Prestigious exam schools predicated upon admitting excellent students and outstanding staff have been pushed to abandon entrance tests in the name of equity (not to be confused with equality).

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After The Lockdowns, The Religion Of Science Only Gets Darker

Scientism is steadily replacing traditional religion as the basis for understanding the world and our place in it. A recent essay by Noelle Garnier at The National Pulse entitled “A New American Divinity” argues persuasively that the global pandemic catalyzed a mass conversion to that secular faith. Over a single year, millions came to “believe the Science” without question. Garnier writes: “The COVID-19 outbreak raised the authority of medical scientists … to quasi-religious dimensions.” She concludes with three critical questions: “Who is doing the science? What are their aims for the future of mankind? And what expression will scientism find when COVID-19 recedes into the past?”