2023 in the rear view…
Hello to all my new subscribers and to those who’ve been with me since the launch of this newsletter.
This year has been a busy one for me.
I spent much of it sorting through the debris of the pandemic and reporting on some uncomfortable truths.
Our governments have engaged in widespread censorship of free speech, public authorities have lied under oath about covid policies, vaccine manufacturers have obfuscated evidence at Senate hearings, and drug regulators have continued to hide important data.
Much of it has been ignored by mainstream media and deepened people’s mistrust in public health authorities whose job it is to protect us.
A major covid story this year has been the discovery of DNA contamination in Pfizer and Moderna covid-19 vaccines – after scientists testified before a Senate hearing about their findings, the drug regulators did everything in their power to make it go away.
That said, I think more people are awakening to the systemic corruption and invigorated to fight.
Fortunately, brave whistle-blowers like Brook Jackson continue to hold Pfizer’s feet to the fire, and the Texas Attorney General has sued Pfizer for making ‘false and deceptive’ claims about covid-19 vaccines.
It hasn’t been all about covid this year.
I’ve reported on the emergence of blockbuster drugs like Ozempic, ways to fix the corrupted food system, the problems with medical journals, the hidden dangers of antidepressants, and ongoing research into statins and other cholesterol-lowering drugs…. just a bit of light reading over the Christmas break if you haven’t caught up ;-)
Sometimes my stories break into the mainstream. My interviews with Tom Jefferson about face masks were quoted in The Australian, New York Times, and on CNN. I spoke at a conference recently about media censorship, which was picked up by the Daily Mail.
In all, I’ve tried to use this platform to bring you original content, and hope that you’ve enjoyed the interviews I’ve done with experts from around the globe.
This year, I published my stories with free access to allow everyone an opportunity to read them, but after sufficient time, I locked them behind a paywall for the benefit of paying subscribers.
I could not do this without the financial support of the public so, THANK YOU! You are all a critical part of this movement.
A special shout out to the Brownstone Institute for being a huge support. As a scholar, I made a quick trip to Dallas in November to meet other scholars, and to take part in a panel discussion about the pandemic, which I enjoyed immensely.
Now, it’s time for me to take a break over Christmas to refresh in time for a major year in 2024.
Hope you all keep safe and well.
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