Margaret Anna Alice writes about media narratives, politics, propaganda, mass control, psychology, history, philosophy, language, film, art, music, literature, culture, and health with a focus on COVID at Margaret Anna Alice Through the Looking Glass.

She is the author of the fairy tale The Vapor, the Hot Hat, & the Witches’ Potion, which she published as a children’s book for adults and children alike.

Her essays and poems have been published in the anthologies Canary in a Covid World, How Propaganda & Censorship Changed Our (My) World, A Doctor’s Despair, and Yankee Doodle Soup for the Fringy, Tin Foil Hat–Wearing Conspiracy Theorist’s Soul.

In July 2022, Margaret Anna was invited to present her research on the depopulation agenda and philanthropaths to the Corona Investigative Committee.

She was interviewed on the World Council for Health’s General Assembly #82 about her poem Mistakes Were NOT Made: An Anthem for Justice going internationally viral following the release of her video featuring Dr. Tess Lawrie reading it. Inspired by a conversation with Dr. Mike Yeadon—who called Margaret Anna “my favourite writer anywhere”—the poem has resonated deeply with millions who are thirsting for justice and accountability for crimes against humanity. It was first published on New Year’s Day 2023 and shared by countless others, including by Dr. Meryl Nass, who described Margaret Anna as “COVID’s Best Chronicler.” For the one-year anniversary of the poem on January 1, 2024, she published Mike Yeadon’s reading.

Margaret Anna’s articles have been published at OffGuardian, ZeroHedge, Lew Rockwell, Nevermore Media, Zero Sum, The Burning Platform, Children’s Health Defense, Global Research, Organic Consumers Association, Straight Line Logic, American Digest, The White Rose UK, World News Network (, Geopolitic News, The Exposé, Principia Scientific International, Natural News, McViewpoint, Citizens Journal, Truth11, The Scotfree, eXtramuros Magazine (Spanish), Antipresse (French), Axel B.C. Krausse (German), Rakkausplaneetta (Finnish), and hundreds of other outlets spanning every shade of the political spectrum in multiple languages around the world.

Inspired by contrarians such as George Orwell, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Albert Camus, Étienne de La Boétie, Jonathan Swift, Marcus Aurelius, Joost Meerloo, Gustave Le Bon, Voltaire, John Stuart Mill, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Stephen Crane, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Helen Keller, Victor Frankl, Hannah Arendt, Czesław Miłosz, Alan Watts, Oliver Sacks, Brian Friel, Flann O’Brien, Franz Kafka, Aldous Huxley, Anthony Burgess, Ray Bradbury, Rod Serling, William Golding, Joseph Heller, J.D. Salinger, Ralph Ellison, Kurt Vonnegut, John Kennedy Toole, Gabriel García Márquez, Vincent van Gogh, Jan Tschichold, Hans Haacke, Sylvia Plath, Eavan Boland, Mary Oliver, U.A. Fanthorpe, Barbara Pescan, Annie Dillard, Wendell Berry, Derrick Jensen, May Sarton, Barbara Kingsolver, Alice Walker, Marilynne Robinson, Sol Stein, Jacques Tati, François Truffaut, Yasujirō Ozu, Masaki Kobayashi, Federico Fellini, John Cassavetes, William Greaves, André Gregory, Michael Apted, Errol Morris, Mike Leigh, Philip Ridley, Vincent Gallo, Chloé Zhao, Lee Chang-dong, Chung Seo-kyung, Paddy Chayefsky, Jimmy McGovern, Thomas Sowell, James Herriot, Jean Shepherd, David Sedaris, George Carlin, Bill Hicks, Graham Linehan, CJ Hopkins, the Brothers Grimm, A.A. Milne, C.S. Lewis, Roald Dahl, Jean Craighead George, Scott O’Dell, Astrid Lindgren, Lemony Snicket, and Lewis Carroll, Margaret Anna aims to unmask totalitarianism and awaken the sleeping before tyranny triumphs.

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