Why People Don’t Trust Pfizer’s Covid Vaccine.

Why People Don’t Trust Pfizer’s Covid Vaccine.

Why do people believe in conspiracy theories?

Michael Shermer, a famous skeptic, was forced to admit that one of the reasons is that some of them are true. In his research he found that the fact that some conspiracy theories are real feeds people’s suspicion and makes them susceptible to the belief in others that are far less credible.

We are increasingly herded into taking a hard line on issues which are nuanced. One example of this is an apparent increase in two camps: some people are entirely …

Read More »

God Bless You Please, Ms Sturgeon?

God Bless You Please, Ms Sturgeon?

With every farther step, like announcing the Sober October, as well as facing Margaret Ferrier’s affair, Nicola Sturgeon proves once again that she is an extremely pragmatic politician – at the same time pretending to be an extremely principled person.

That was the same trick when Ms. First Minister ordered the unequivocal commitment of the SNP against BREXIT, and so is the case with COVID, when all government and propaganda forces are thrown into the stage of creating the image of the ruthless and uncompromising Holly …

Read More »

Something Worse Than Covid This Way Comes

Something Worse Than Covid This Way Comes

 

According to Dr. Sunita Gupta of Oxford University, 130 million people are at risk of starvation due to lockdowns.

The UN states that between 42 and 66 million children around the world will be reduced to “extreme poverty”. UNICEF predicts the death of 1.2 million children due to lockdowns. Other sources have observed that an unprecedented number of “deaths of despair” from alcoholism, drug abuse and suicide are resulting from the lockdown. Fear is not a just arbitrator of data, and it …

Read More »

Hey! Creature! Leave them Kids Alone!

Hey! Creature! Leave them Kids Alone!

It would seem that the spirit of John Knox is alive and well in modern Scotland. Though in fairness to our arguably most famous hirsute killjoy, when he wrote his First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment  of Women he had not envisaged anything like Nicola Sturgeon.

I think if he had he might have reconsidered, after all the two of them have so much in common. I’m sure he may have warmed to her puritanical priggishness, her war against alcohol, her complete confidence …

Read More »