The Covid-19 crisis and the privatization of many healthcare systems are by no means separated entities – the one speeds up the other. While health
One of the puzzles, at first, of the covid pandemic was the inability and reluctance of politicians to evade genocidal action. The eugenics question enters as a wild card…
Although Malthus wrote this genocidal recommendation to Britain’s royals and ruling class over 200 years ago, this idea always seems to surface whenever
Oxfam International’s latest report on global inequality finds that while the 10 richest individuals in the world more than doubled their collective wealth since Covid-19 hit in 2020, the related result of this billionaire surge has been a deadlier and more prolonged pandemic for the rest of the world in which the incomes of 99 percent of humanity fell, over 160 million people were forced into poverty, and billions of the poorest were denied access to life-saving vaccines.
The Australian government had two years to build hospitals, train health care workers, strengthen social services, and manufacture COVID tests and vaccines. They didn’t, because it would have gone against the neoliberal consensus that unites both major parties.
Gone are the days when Democrats pushed for policies that would help people stay home during the pandemic.
Are anti-vaccine propagandists really being censored? That’s the claim RFK Jr. and his raucous admirers make as they point out the lawyer-turned anti-vaccine crusader was kicked off of Instagram and has yet to appear on MSNBC or snag a seat on a late night show. But last I checked his latest anti-Fauci book has thus far sold over 500,000 copies. Censorship sells, I guess.
New polling shows a bipartisan majority of voters support the Biden administration’s plan to ship tests to anyone who requests one.