IN CASE you missed any of our ten most read blogs of last week, here they are for you again – and well worth the read. Resoundingly at number one, given its retweet by the President of the United States . . .
Joseph Berry: Malaria drug and zinc, the missing link
Michael St George: How much more will Johnson take from the out-of-control BBC?
Michael Fahey: George Floyd, the BBC and the death of balanced reporting
Donald S Siegal and Robert M Sauer: The real enemy? Infectious disease ‘experts’
Will Jones: Why social distancing is worse than useless
Richard North: NHS has become the cause, not the cure
Peter Day-Mine: Our new state religion
Cresta Norris: Are US cops racist? The evidence suggests not
Kathy Gyngell: The lies costing black lives – and killing policemen
My special pick of the week not in the top ten again is a writer rather than an individual post. Throughout this last week Belinda Brown has written a series of critical and courageous posts investigating the Government’s perverse Relationships and Sex education programme due to start in school this September. She asks why and how such an extreme LGBT lobby has come to influence and virtually take over this area of our children’s education which many families still believe is a matter for them, not for the state to decree or otherwise indoctrinate in such a partial way.
The links to them are in order here:
Margaret’s choice is Nick Booth’s ‘So long, succour: Bill Gates is taking out a copyright on kindness’, firstly as a brilliant satire on a philanthropist who cannot be accused of hiding his light under a bushel and secondly because it contains the line ‘Where’s the harm in a geek bearing gifts?’ Genius.