Programming note: On Tuesday Mark will be back with his old EIB comrade Bo Snerdley (aka James Golden) on New York's radio powerhouse 77 WABC live at 4pm Eastern. That's immediately after The Mark Steyn Show live on GB News, at 8pm BST/3pm North American Eastern.
Monday's Steyn Show started where we left off on Thursday - with the rather disturbing plan of Joe Biden and other western leaders to transfer significant amounts of power to "Dr Tedros", China's shill at the World Health Organisation. Eva Vlaardingerbroek joined Mark to discuss.
Also returning to the show were Vikki Spit and Charlotte Wright, two young ladies widowed by the Covid vaccines. Theirs has been a lonely campaign for truth and justice but it is forcing the hand of the powerful. Baroness Hallett, head of the UK's official inquiry into the last two years, has now asked the Prime Minister for the dead and injured from the vaccines to be added to her remit. I do not know Lady Hallett, so this may be a principled stand, or an example of the wrong people being forced to do the right thing, or a cunning move to get the victims tied up in an official investigation long enough to ensure they're forgotten.
We rounded out the hour with Mike Batt on a rather weird night at Eurovision.
All that, plus your comments and questions in real time.
UPDATE! The show has been taken down from YouTube. We will try to get it back up ASAP.
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A pity, because we had a very good night ratings-wise - and Charlotte was very moving when she declared she'd refuse to pay (per the suggestion of Oxford University) a higher tax rate for declining to take the vaccine that killed her husband. We can understand why the commissars of Social Media don't want such powerful personal testimony reaching a wide audience.
In the meantime, here's Mark's monologue:
And here's Eva Vlaardingerbroek:
And here are Vikki and Charlotte, widowed by the vaccines and sorely traduced by social media:
And a little more from the ladies:
We're marking the fifth birthday of The Mark Steyn Club, and we thank those First Week Founding Members from May 2017 who've enthusiastically re-upped for a sixth year. We hope our First Fortnight Founding Members will want to do the same in the days ahead. But we welcome new members, too - such as Rush fan Daniel McLellan:
I never even signed up for the Maha. But now I miss him so bad that I am signing up for yours. You were always my favorite guest host. You are one of the few alive today that I am aware of that could even attempt to fill those shoes. Keep up the great work.
Thank you, Daniel. We all miss Rush, but the best way we can honor his legacy is to stagger on.