In Colorado, you can be denid transplantation because of your vaccine status – where will this end?
Monthly Archives: October 2021
Don’t you dare challenge the government’s view
Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right underpinning all civil liberties. But in reality, we seem to have lost it in many parts of the world. Ban Ki-moon writes:
Some journalists risk intimidation, detention and even their lives, simply for exercising their right to seek, receive and impart information and ideas
This goes not only for journalists, apparently. Even expressions of art are affected. Recently, cartoonist Michael Leunig in Australia lost his job because he published a cartoon on Instagram. The cartoon was critical against mandatory vaccination. Now the cartoon seems to have been removed from Instagram too, but you can still see it elsewhere.
Ola Bini’s trial postponed again
Watch a clip from TV4 (in Swedish). Some say that the only “proof” against him is that he was a friend of Julian Assange (link to article in Swedish, where the main part is behind paywall).
The Belmarsh Tribunal
The Belmarsh Tribunal in London is a people’s trial on the “War On Terror”. Read about it on Assange Defense. Julian Assange is still in the maximum security prison Belmarsh, also called “Britain’s Guantanamo Bay”, and and will face another extradition hearing on 27-28 October.
About vaccine passports
New law against espionage
Or perhaps “New law against journalism” is a more correct description? The Swedish government is apparently ashamed of it already. Read Oisín Cantwell’s article in Swedish.