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The Painless Extinction of Formerly Free Australia 

By David Bell: Brownstone Institute If you place a frog in cool water and slowly raise the temperature, it’s said that you can boil it without it noticing and fighting to free itself. I never tested this, as I liked… Continue Reading →

Four Myths about Pandemic Preparedness 

By David Bell: Brownstone Institute. We are assured by the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank, the G20, and their friends that pandemics pose an existential threat to our survival and well-being. Pandemics are becoming more common, and if we don’t move urgently we will… Continue Reading →

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