IT DISMAYS me when intelligent commentators on TCW Defending Freedom and other sites, which I generally enjoy reading and contributing to, condemn Boris Johnson.
I’m undoubtedly politically naive, so perhaps I’m misreading the situation and the man and giving praise where it isn’t deserved, yet I somehow believe or at least hope that he hasn’t quite sold his soul to Big Pharma, the Gates foundation, the WEF or any of the other suspects.
I dare say I’m not the first to say that we ought to encourage our prime minister as long as he remains sitting on the fence. I believe that the longer he does so, the more chance there is that when he tires of his comfortless resting place he will at last jump or lumber on to the Right Side – in every meaning. There is still time for him to reverse mandatory vaccinations for NHS and care home workers without losing face. In these terrifying times, almost every Western leader is asserting the need for vaccine passports or even downright compelling their populations to receive the poison. Repeated doses forever afterwards are to be the lot of the compliant, while social ostracism, huge fines and imprisonment await the non-compliant. Against all this, England still has the opportunity to stand alone.
At present, unless Mr Johnson is merely biding his time before implementing in his own country Europe’s master-strategy of annihilating all remaining democracy, he could go either way. In an evil world he remains a wild card.
This could be a very good thing. Despite the three-week (?) mask mandate, I’d even go as far as to say that we might thank him for refusing to pronounce the second death of Christmas or to join the siren voices of Euro-sycophants and the primal Australian howls declaring that everyone must be injected. Perhaps he knows that the ‘vaccines’ are bad medicine. Perhaps he is taking notice of all the medical catastrophes that are not happening in South Dakota, Florida, Sweden and those few other places with heroic leaders who have refused to coerce their human subjects to obey the will of Pfizer and Moderna.
Perhaps our few still-courageous backbenchers are getting through to him that these experimental shots have been proven over and again not to stop the spread of the virus. Perhaps he has read some of the statistics, reports and heartrending accounts about the victims of the vaccines. Perhaps he understands how many of his own countrymen have already been maimed or killed by these ‘medicines’.
If he hopes to come out of all this with a Churchillian reputation, Mr Johnson has to remember that Churchill gained it by standing up against Germany’s Third Reich and by helping the Resistance against the Vichy government of France.
The Prime Minister is possessed of immense power over our lives. As such, he could be our last hope for the restoration of common sense not only here but in the rest of the world. One domino that doesn’t budge can exert a huge corrective.
There does remain a fair chance that since Mr Johnson has apparently not yet fully committed himself to helping the Pfizer and Moderna billionaires and their parasites scoop up even more billions of dollars – which seems the only possible reason for these toxic injections – he might at least see the political value of standing firm instead of yielding to the thugs. His reputation can only increase if he resists the undertow of socialism instead of trying to appease it.
Instead of cursing him, maybe those who are still resisting the Covid hypnosis could send messages of support to Mr Johnson. At present we can at least hope and even pray that he will reverse the mask mandate on or before the day he promised. Maybe he will actually remember why Britain elected him and his once-conservative party.