In this September 8, 2023 article for The Federalist, Helen Raleigh argues the need for a commission to hold individuals and organizations accountable for their actions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Raleigh suggests that renewed COVID-19 hysteria, fueled by changing narratives and policies, highlights the importance of understanding what went wrong and who is responsible. She goes on to advocate for a transparent investigation into pandemic response and decision-making processes to prevent future crises and ensure accountability.
Editor’s Note: Writer and philosopher George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. The COVID scam has massively damaged our societies, but it is becoming clear that countries have forgotten that it was their draconian policies that exacerbated suffering, not COVID.
Our excitement for the removal of COVID restrictions has given perpetrators a pass for doing it again. Only when we push for a thorough review of our pandemic responses can we assure that our government will be able to respond appropriately without curtailing our inherent freedoms and civil liberties [read Alex Jones: Biden Admin Preparing To Bring Back Full COVID Restrictions, Rollout to Begin By September, Masks and Lockdowns: A Test Case For A New Social System].
This is the reason why our fight against SB1869 is not over. As long as the Philippine government refuses to conduct a review of our pandemic response, then there is no sense in implementing new policies that are only bound to benefit corporations [Watch Nicanor Perlas Explains the Dangers of SB1869. Also read BRIEFING PAPER ON SB1869: Why SB1869 APPROVAL NEEDS TO BE STOPPED NOW AND THE BILL RADICALLY REVISED].
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