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The Real Reason Behind China’s “Zero-COVID” Policy

The Real Reason Behind China’s “Zero-COVID” Policy Authored by Kit Knightly via Off-Guardian.org, Most of the Western world is no longer in lockdown, some vaccine mandates are being loosened, mask wearers are distinctly the minority everywhere you look. For now at least, and for want of a better phrase, we have largely “gone back to normal”…except, you know, now with a totally broken economy, more centralised financial power, dozens of alarming precedents set up for future deployment and millions upon millions of people injected with poison under false pretences. But on the lockdown front at least, we’re normal…mostly. Lockdowns are quickly becoming one of those embarrassing things that were only ever supported by other people, like wearing flares or voting for Thatcher. Politicians are feverishly passing the buck back and forth, claiming to have never wanted lockdowns in the firstplace. …but not in China. As the rest of the world “lives with Covid”, people in Chinese cities are still subject to dystopian levels of control and surveillance. Up to and including being welded inside their own homes. Why? Well, we can certainly rule out a few mainstream “explanations”: We know it’s not because Covid is a real disease or uniquely dangerous in any way whatsoever. The data has spoken on that. We know it’s not because lockdowns work to protect the health of the public or prevent disease outbreaks. The data has spoken on that too. We know it’s not because the Chinese government holds the lives of their citizens as more precious than their Western counterparts. And we know it’s not because they were the victim of some bio-engineered viral attack by the West. That idea was always absurd. …so what’s the real explanation? Well, there are really several answers to that, all of which come back to our old

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House Unveils Military Defense Funding Bill That Would End COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

The U.S. House of Representatives on Dec. 6 included a provision that terminates the military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate in its defense funding bill. The new National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) (pdf) states that “Not later than 30 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall rescind the mandate that members of the Armed Forces be vaccinated against COVID-19 pursuant to the memorandum dated August 24, 2021, regarding ‘Mandatory Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination of Department of Defense Service Members.’” The House Rules Committee released the text of the bill days after Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, revealed that lawmakers were discussing an end to the vaccine mandate….

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Saudi Prince Over Khashoggi Killing Citing Biden Immunity

A federal judge in Washington dismissed a lawsuit against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday for the 2018 murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, citing President Joe Biden’s grant of immunity. U.S. District Judge John Bates decided to defer to the Biden administration’s mid-November decision to grant immunity to the Saudi crown prince, despite his hesitation. According to Bates, any other option would “unduly interfere” with the executive branch’s power to make foreign policy. “Despite the Court’s uneasiness, then, with both the circumstances of bin Salman’s appointment and the credible allegations of his involvement in Khashoggi’s murder, the United States has informed the Court that he is immune, and bin Salman is therefore ‘entitled to head of state immunity … while he remains in office,’” Bates wrote in his 25-page ruling (pdf)….

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