What we Read & Watch

Toronto Business Journal with Dr. Peter McCullough – The Vaccine as the Manifest Destiny of the Pandemic

Dr. McCullough discusses a multitude of topics highly relevant to the thrusting of the experimental gene therapy injections onto our world’s population: moral authority, political and financial conflicts of interest among those making policy and the need for truly independent committees and assessments, spike protein toxicity, public health’s abject failure to manage early infection with well-known, safe and reliable treatments likely leading to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths.

Dr. McCullough conscientiously and knowledgeably illustrates how “the dream to get a needle in every arm” may not only be highly inadvisable, but actually a nightmare for increasing numbers of us, unless we act now.”

Pandemic Podcast: Who has been pulling the strings of fear? With Laura Dodsworth

“Fear has, as we know, been the key driver underpinning the relentless Covid-19 response and on the Pandemic Podcast we’ve already taken several deep dives into its devastating — and continuing — impact.
Laura Dodsworth, whose new book A State of Fear paints a chilling picture of the strategies and tactics deliberately used to engineer compliance with the raft of draconian measures flowing from Boris Johnson’s first lockdown announcement in March last year. We will be exploring the roles of the multitude of advisors and the Behavioural Insights Team, also known as ‘the nudge unit’.”

The People’s Voice with Dr Peter McCullough

“This is the first South African interview with renowned internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist and professor of medicine, Dr Peter McCullough. It was a challenge for SPM Media to get this video uploaded. Youtube took it down immediately, because we speak about early treatments challenges and success, as well as the censoring of adverse vax/jab reactions.”

The Critic: The metrics of fear – how the UK has been scared into submission

The Critic: The metrics of fear – how the UK has been scared into submission

Fear is the most powerful of emotions and, as emotions are stronger than thoughts, fear can overpower the clearest of minds. We shouldn’t feel bad about being frightened. From an evolutionary perspective, it is key to our survival, it protects us from danger. And that is precisely what makes fear one of the most powerful tools in behavioural psychology.
Britain has been a world leader in behavioural insights since David Cameron set up the “nudge unit”. We now export behavioural psychology to governments and corporations around the world. The Government has used behavioural psychology to influence behaviour and encourage compliance during the Covid-19 epidemic. But has the nudge become a shove?