Full translation of the programmatic declarations of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni requesting the vote of confidence in the Chamber of Deputies on October 26, 2022.
With "But I'm Not Sleeping Tonight" Angela Camuso writes a vibrant pamphlet on the political-health management of the pandemic crisis in Italy, calling out the responsibilities of the political class, of health authorities and professionals, and of the intellectuals and media.
Extremely interesting a study published by "Scientific Reports": a survey aimed at identifying possible statistical correlations between vaccinations against covid and increased cardiac arrest in the age group between 16 and 39 years.
We need a strong and cohesive stance by all those who refer to libertarian ideas: it is time to affirm that life should be lived to the full, even if it involves risks. That, more than death, we must fear the non-life that we have experienced in these two years.
The Scholz government is creaking, and creaking on restrictions. FDP group leader in the Bundestag Christian Dürr has made it known that his party has no intention of voting for the extension of anticovid measures.
What if you were told that the various restrictions - from school and store closures to travel restrictions and mandatory masks - did nothing on the health front?
For a convergence of historical and political reasons, Germany is the weakest link in the neo-authoritarian European triad that it makes up with France and Italy. Between polls, inflation and international tensions, it does not seem that the government will be able to insist on a hard line for long.
Why have so few scientists come forward to criticize such an absurd strategy as the lockdown? The reason is that Fauci and Collins, sponsors of the lockdown, control much of the research funding.
Once citizens become accustomed to scanning a Qr Code every time they enter a building, there will be no limits to the surveillance system that can be mounted on that habit.