Trump’s victory

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Europe has always had trouble understanding the United States. Ronald Reagan resurrected his country, was re-elected president by an overwhelming majority (winning in 49 states out of 50 and getting 525 out of 538 Electoral College votes as compared to 24 states and 332 electoral votes in Obama’s reelection), and went down in history for …

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Don’t blame the Covid: blame the government

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Under the oppressive Soviet communist dictatorship, Russians could not move freely from one place to another in their own country and remained chained to their place of residence by the propiska, a police visa that restricted their freedom of movement. In the same way, with the excuse of fighting Covid, Spain’s despotic Social-Communist government forces …

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Why they are attacking the Monarchy

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“Lies are a constituent part of our government; they are its essential framework”. These words of Solzhenitsyn referring to the Soviet communist dictatorship are perfectly applicable to Spain’s social-communist government that is eating away at the constitutional order in an unprecedented attack on the institutions. I will repeat until I’m hoarse that we are faced …

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Caution with the Covid vaccine

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Throughout these confusing months, the surprising doubts created about natural immunization by those who had passed the Covid have contrasted with a paradoxical and excessive hope in the arrival of an artificial immunization resulting from a vaccine that, as we will see, we must contemplate with enormous doses of prudence. Since the end of the …

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A country ruined by its political class

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Many years ago, the health minister of an African country argued that garlic and lemon intake was effective in fighting AIDS[1]. With similar scientific rigor, almost all Spanish regional governments now demand the use of masks outdoors even if you are completely alone in the street or in the middle of nowhere. The gold medal …

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The mistake of lockdowns: never again

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In 1968, the third flu pandemic of the 20th century killed at least one million people worldwide (100,000 just in the US), half of them under 65. However, it is seldom remembered, because, although sensible measures were taken such as wearing masks on public transport, ensuring better hand hygiene and avoiding gatherings, no government locked …

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Fear as an instrument of power

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The terrible drip of death and suffering we have experienced with the pandemic has created a collective trauma aggravated by the cruel lockdown and depressing hammering of media sensationalism, which has created a distorted image of SARS-CoV-2. Likewise, some specialists’ opinions have translated into unnecessary levels of uncertainty by discrediting, with excessive empiricism, that which …

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Lockdowns as totalitarian experiments

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In countries freer than ours, criticism is growing of this shortsighted and panicked reaction called lockdown, with its brutal social and economic consequences and whose long-term health effectiveness is beginning to be called into question. In the words of Stanford biology professor and Nobel laureate Michael Levitt, “there is no doubt in my mind what …

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