In a growing number of countries, one can be imprisoned for questioning the alleged holocaust of 6 million Jews under the direction of Adolf Hitler during world war two, often referred to as the “good war“. To be characterised as a “holocaust denier” or, as a result, an anti-Semite, strikes to the heart of the trained human psyche. What other question is an imprisonable offence?
In March 2021, I described the NHS as a gulag. Gulag is the Russian acronym for Chief Administration of Corrective Labour Camps. I referred to Gulag Academia, the paper we produced in November 2019, the year in which the NHS Long Term Plan was published (with very little publicity at the time). Given the ominous … Read more