9 min read It is arguable that the world has yet to feel the full effects of the lockdowns that were imposed on us. Should lockdowns be a pandemic policy instrument? Our excess death inquiry continues.
< 1 min read By reviewing public health’s role in the Covid hysteria, and delving into little mentioned records and analysis of past quarantines/lockdowns, Sanjeev Sabhlok argues not only for the abolition of lockdowns, but also for the abolition and restructuring of most public health functions in their entirety.
5 min read by Russell Lamberti | A real-world economic and financial disaster is unfolding in Sri Lanka. Like countless crises before, this one is man-made. Lockdowns inflicted direct harm on almost the entire planet, but Sri Lanka is perhaps the first to feel so painfully the inevitable aftershocks of one of history’s greatest follies.