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How to fight the government’s malicious ‘protection’


MANY people I talk to are now uttering various versions of ‘If we’re not to be overwhelmed by evil, we’re going to have to fight these monsters’. This is extraordinary language from ordinary folk, who would never have used such vocabulary before 2020. But the pervasive feeling is that things are coming to a head, that an ultimate confrontation of some sort is inevitable.

Most of us are not fighters. We might like to imagine we are, from the comfort of an armchair, or even collectively at a peaceful protest. But most of us don’t fight for a living – we’re not soldiers. Demonstrating isn’t fighting. Nor is writing letters or blogs. ‘Putting up a fight’ is normally a euphemism, or a metaphor.

Yet we have been the victims of one-sided violence for a couple of years. Jabbing arms, often mandatorily and definitely coercively, is a physical assault. So are lockdowns, and most emphatically their enforcement. Understandably, it’s difficult for people to accept the idea that the ‘authorities’ might be the conduit for malicious intent. Which is why we write letters, using reason to persuade. But can you reason with a psychopath? If the syringe were a knife or a gun, would you write a letter?

Does an elected government have our permission to use force?  Most of us would probably say ‘Yes, to protect its citizens from an existential threat.’ That would be our military‘And from each other on occasion.’ That would be our police and our judiciary. This is the extent of its democratic mandate, and the Government knows it.  Which is why ‘our protection’ has been the justification behind their emergency policies and the Coronavirus Act (it is also why the Act hasn’t been repealed but remains on the statute book, presumably ‘for our future protection, should that become necessary’ – a patent example of how undemocratic power is permanently retained, once purloined).

If you come to the conclusion that violence is being committed against you, to fight or not to fight isn’t the question (unless you decide simply to lie down in front of the steamroller). There are surely two questions which matter: ‘How?’ and ‘With whom?’

The first question raises its own question: Do you fight fire with fire or with water? Expressed in more direct terms, do you meet violence with violence or do you find the means to dilute it, neutralise it, and flush it down the sewer?

Fighting fire with fire is not an option for rational people. All our instincts tell us it wouldn’t end well, and in this part of the world at least we’re not used to it. Nor are most of us trained for it (though we are historically rather good at it when the chips are down, as last witnessed some eighty years ago). Government will continuously calculate the likelihood, and instigate minimum actions to prevent it (unless it’s what they want as the endgame).

So, armed with a hose rather than pitchforks and torches, how do we use it?

Never forgive them: For those who think that too un-Christian a sentiment, I’d be prepared, somewhat reluctantly, to ameliorate it to ‘Never forgive what they’ve done.’ There are 650 MPs who have committed or permitted unspeakable crimes against humanity. I know they’re all guilty because anyone against the policies of the past couple of years would have resigned, whatever their political affiliations. Consequently, at the next General Election, any incumbents re-standing should be roundly rejected by the electorate. They need to be thrown out. The lot of them. This is a campaign worth fighting. Collectively, we have the power to do it.

Laugh at them: Older readers may recall that a strike of electricity workers in the 1970s ended rather abruptly when the strikers were ostracised and refused service by local retailers. Your enemies today can be easily identified by picking out anyone you would personally like to ridicule, be they politicians, doctors, police officers, media folk or vaccine zealots. Then do it, as publicly and as loudly as possible. Never underestimate the power of humour and mockery as a weapon and a breaker of spells. Psychopaths, megalomaniacs and fanatics hate being laughed at. Warning: In mediaeval times, humourless bishop’s men would arrest you and put you on a bonfire for taking the mickey. Don’t make the mistake of believing we’re too civilised these days for that. But laughter binds us disparate lot into a convivial and highly effective army. 

Become part of the alternative society: People alienated or fired by their employers for refusing Covid vaccination or speaking out against it are potential creators of a new society. It’s coming. Look out for alternative educational, medical, agricultural, media and other initiatives as they emerge in defiance of the corruption all around us. They will need our support. 

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John Drewry
John Drewry
John Drewry has a background in marketing, owning and chairing an advertising agency for many years. He also holds an Equity card as a stage director and actor, and is Patron & Presenter for the Nursing Memorial Appeal.

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