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It’s now or never to stand up against child jabs

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THE monstrous brothers in arms, Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi and Health Secretary Sajid Javid, have written a joint letter to parents of secondary-school and college-age children expressing gratitude for their Covid-19 vigilance. Of course, it is born of anger at the relatively slow vaccination uptake in under-16s, and designed to threaten their stubborn, vaccine-resisting parents.

Let us remind ourselves that we live in post-‘Freedom Day’ Great Britain: a kingdom approaching a double-jabbed vaccination rate of 80 per cent of its population at the time of writing, and whose public health bodies have unilaterally agreed that children do not require vaccination against Covid-19 as they are neither at risk nor drivers of transmission, yet are to be subjected to the very real health damaging risks associated with vaccination.

Nothing deterred, in their letter Javid and Zahawi continued to promulgate the false idea that young people contribute gravely to the spread of the virus with their maddening ‘stop the spread’ newspeak.  The duo then declare that ‘there is no substitute for face-to-face learning’: odd, as their government appears to enjoy scuppering at every opportunity what is fast becoming an antediluvian teaching method.

This comes before their threat, loud and clear, that for all children, vaccinated or unvaccinated (the letter makes no distinction between the two: vaccinated children having to abide by the testing regime would, after all, be an admission of vaccine inefficacy) to remain in such face-to-face learning they should – even as we enter the twentieth month of this hijack of liberty – ‘test themselves twice a week, and more frequently if they are specifically asked to do so’, and report the tests online even if they are negative or void. In addition, those who test positive with a lateral flow test, this abusive pair adjure, should not only isolate but confirm the result with a PCR test. On top of this, those children identified as close contacts by NHS Test and Trace should also take a PCR test and then take daily lateral flow tests until they receive the PCR result: crisis engineering par excellence. 

As expected, parents are also advised to encourage their children to come forward for vaccination – ‘our best defence against Covid-19’ – in yet another total refusal to acknowledge that this supposedly impenetrable megastructure of an immunisation programme is proving itself time and again to be nothing but an experimental dam springing fresh leaks every day and which will soon explode; allowing the patented virus to flood our lives once more with the justification for enhanced restrictions on behaviour, speech and movement.

We are told that the rollout to teenagers is too slow, not because of the parents and children who are refusing, but because of logistical delays. (I am meeting families daily who say they refuse to risk their child; some schools will be reluctant now legal notices are being served on them.) My fear is that once these delays are sorted, under such blackmail – the threat of unvaccinated children’s exclusion from face-to-face learning – parents will be beaten into exhaustion and anxiety by educating their children at home, and the rollout will pick up again with grim predictability. 

Except, while Javid and Zahawi resolve their programme’s inefficiencies, parents have a critical window of opportunity to mount one final attempt at a collective push-back against the state’s needle. It is literally now or never, and if they choose never, they are not just playing Russian roulette with their own children’s health and futures, they are assuring the fall of the even younger age group, the five- to 11-year-olds.

So, parents, your decisions affect not only your children but every person in the UK regardless of age or health status, and quite frankly you’re beginning to seriously annoy me with your insensitivity, blindness, or indifference toward them, your faith in the narrative or even your cowardice – whichever form of ethical inertia you have chosen.

I appreciate that it is challenging to bring up children at the best of times, let alone during a protracted and fake national emergency, but if you cannot muster the energy to put their protection first, by this time next year children of all ages will inevitably have been vaccinated and, with no generation left un-jabbed, health passports will become not only universal in application but irreversible, and alongside their normalisation the pleasures of our former lives will decompose. We will all be slaves of the State.

At present the old normal is lying in the government’s Covid coffin, breathing desperately through a tiny crack. There are but four nails left to smash into the lid before it asphyxiates and is buried, never to be resurrected: the successful vaccination of 12- to 15-year-olds, five- to 11-year-olds, under-fives, and the acceptance of annual or biannual booster shots by all and sundry. YOU are holding the hammer.

If you permit your children to be injected with an experimental substance on the ludicrous pretext of salvaging their needlessly disrupted education, there will be no limit to that which government can coerce us into doing on their behalf.

In your slothful belief that you are helping create a safer society, or your fear of social reprisals should you withdraw consent, your children will, paradoxically, grow up in a dangerously prohibitive world unrecognisable from the one you enjoyed in your own adolescence. Ask yourself, who ultimately presents the gravest danger to them: the virus, the state, or you?

I have no taste for a life in the rotten world the spiritless among you wish to usher in with your timidity. Having played Wendy house medics to your impressionable progeny you will have helped transform Britain into a re-education centre for all, and I shall lay the blame only partially at the feet of propaganda: the rest I shall lay firmly on your feeble, shrugging shoulders.

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