In this piece Phil Shannon excoriates Covid obsessed and establishment narrative adhering ‘progressives’ for divorcing themselves from the interests of working class labour, and offers advice on how best to deal with such ‘new normal’ nominal leftists.
Part 2 of Phil Shannon’s comparison of the Covid hysteria and the current situation in Ukraine.
Phil Shannon compares the Covid hysteria with the current Ukraine situation.
In part two, Phil Shannon calls for a new Left which capitalises on the lessons of Covid, particularly the centrality of freedom from state tyranny.
In part one Phil Shannon explores the first two stages of the formation of a left-wing Covid dissident.
Covid policymakers have so much invested in masks and vaxxes they cannot admit responsibility for the harm caused, writes Phil Shannon. Get rid of the crazy policies and watch skills shortages shrink to normal levels.
With Covid tyranny currently winding down in Australia Phil Shannon reflects on the long shadow of ‘Covid culture’ & the way forward for pro freedom citizens.
Phil Shannon continues his review of Mattias Desmet’s ‘The Psychology of Totalitarianism.’
Virus hysteria, mass formation psychosis & whether conspirators engineered the panic are discussed in this book review of ‘The Psychology of Totalitarianism.’
Phil Shannon casts a critical eye on the interplay between the engines of the COVID crisis: Illness, capital, class oppression and state overreach. In doing so, he raises questions that those on the left would do well to consider.