Covid-19 – an historical review from this blogger’s perspective
Since entering the blogosphere in 2014, a wide range of subjects have captured my attention and have been the subject of my blogging interests (nearing 1900 posts as I write this).
Two that stick out and have been ongoing are Brexit (gone a bit quiet) and Trump (hotting up again) and both have proved controversial. Possibly, even more controversial, and like the previous two, I didn’t see coming in the way they have when first blogging, is Covid-19 and all sorts of issues arising out of the pandemic (some see as scamdemic). But I have blogged a lot on all three subjects and in every case have encountered and tried to address a wide spectrum of views. The purpose of this e-book is to collect and collate my Covid-19 posts and to add to it, knowing the saga is far from ended. It is a huge subject and, I for one, would love to see in the proverbial crystal view as to how the story ends and how historians will report what had happened in years to come. I offer a personal perspective, recognising it far from conveys the full story, coming from one who disagrees with the official narrative.
Last updated 03/09/21
30/08/21 Romans 13, 1 Peter 2 and Covid-19
08/08/21 The Jab, the Mask and the Mark
22/07/21 Freedom Day and GB News
07/06/21 Church of the unmasked
03/04/21 Easter in the season of Corona
25/03/21 A Corona walk in Old Leigh-on-Sea
18/02/21 Christian unity in an age of Corona
23/09/20 Covid-19 – where to we go from here?
13/03/20 The Coronavirus and the end is near