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An Interview with Gigi Foster, Warrior Against Lockdowns. The Best of 2021.

From the Brownstone Institute. Featured Artwork Martin Lewis. Gigi Foster, economic professor at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, is co-author of The Great Covid Panic (Brownstone Institute, 2021) and a fierce opponent of lockdowns and mandates that have caused… Continue Reading →

Cops For Covid Truth: Our Most Popular Stories for 2021.

Alexander Cooney Reveals Shocking Coercion Inside the NSW Police Force. Last year one brave police officer put his name to what many were already feeling, that the authoritarian derangement in the Covid era was going against all that they believed… Continue Reading →

The Last Surviving Small Business in New South Wales: Village Fix. The Best of 2021.

John Stapleton. Originally published 16 September. Shellharbour is a small coastal town two hours south of Sydney. Only a few short years ago a lost in time surfing village, it is now surging ahead as young families flee the nightmare… Continue Reading →

NSW Police Commissioner Admits Increased Enforcement is not Based on Health Orders

By Ethan Nash: TOTTNews. The head of NSW Police has admitted escalated enforcement operations are not directed by any public health order, but rather their own agenda to achieve greater compliance. Mick Fuller recently told NSW Parliament that the force… Continue Reading →

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