Grave Warnings

 

Mark Mallett is a former television reporter with CTV Edmonton and award-winning documentarian and the author of The Final Confrontation and The Now Word.


 

IT is increasingly the mantra of our generation — the “go to” phrase to seemingly end all discussions, resolve all problems, and calm all troubled waters: “Follow the science.” During this pandemic, you hear politicians breathlessly evoke it, bishops repeating it, laity wielding it and social media proclaiming it. The problem is that some of the most credible voices in the fields of virology, immunology, microbiology, etc. today are being silenced, suppressed, censored or ignored at this hour. Hence, “follow the science” de facto means “follow the narrative.”

And that is potentially catastrophic if the narrative is not ethically grounded.Continue reading

Unmasking the Facts

 

Mark Mallett is a former award-winning journalist with CTV News Edmonton (CFRN TV) and resides in Canada. The following article is regularly updated to reflect new science.


 

THERE perhaps is no issue more contentious than the mandatory mask laws spreading across the world. Aside from sharp disagreements on their effectiveness, the issue is dividing not only the general public but churches. Some priests have forbidden parishioners to enter the sanctuary without masks while others have even called the police on their flock.[1]October 27th, 2020; lifesitenews.com Some regions have required that face coverings be enforced in one’s own home [2]lifesitenews.com while some countries have mandated that individuals wear masks while driving alone in your car.[3]Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, looptt.com Dr. Anthony Fauci, heading up the U.S. COVID-19 response, goes even further saying that, aside from a facial mask, “If you have goggles or an eye shield, you should use it”[4]abcnews.go.com or even wear two.[5]webmd.com, January 26th, 2021 And Democrat Joe Biden stated, “masks save lives — period,”[6]usnews.com and that when he becomes President, his first action will be to force mask wearing across the board claiming, “These masks make a gigantic difference.”[7]brietbart.com And that he did. Some Brazilian scientists alleged that actually refusing to wear a facial covering is a sign of a “serious personality disorder.”[8]the-sun.com And Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, flatly stated that mask wearing and social distancing will be with us for “several years”[9]cnet.com as did a Spanish virologist.[10]marketwatch.comContinue reading

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