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Just following orders

Dear Editor

‘We didn’t know what we were dealing with . . .’ Delusion has set in. In the wake of the Telegraph revealing the Lockdown Files, the corridors of power are busy trying to justify the unwarranted and draconian attack on the British people by claiming that they didn’t know what they were dealing with when the Covid virus struck. Oh really? Seriously? Who exactly didn’t know?

Are we to believe that the British Government had no knowledge of what was going on in biosafety level 4 labs around the world? That they didn’t know about the US moving its ‘gain of function’ research to Wuhan in 2014? That Dr Fauci was funnelling US dollars into Wuhan via Dr Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance? And that this research had been going on for at least 20 years beforehand in the US?

If it was possible for the public to find out that the virus was man-made as early as January 2000, then it was known behind closed doors. There was an Indian research paper (later retracted) published then, in January 2020, which exposed the man-made nature of the virus. Several leading scientists around the world continued over time to confirm its findings, including Nobel prize winner Professor Luc Montagnier. For all the attempts to cover up and claim ‘zoonotic’, the virus’s unnatural ‘furin cleavage’ could never be explained away. Professor Sachs has admitted that he disbanded his Lancet commission because its members were lying. Now even the FBI is admitting the virus came from a lab. If we could find out what little we did three years ago, then surely Government, with all its intelligence sources, knew much more? 

And what about the unholy alliance between Big Pharma, government health officials and intelligence services? And their transatlantic connections? Should we not be a little suspicious of a former director general of MI5 here in the UK becoming chair of the Wellcome Trust (the UK’s equivalent of the USA’s ‘Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’)? Meanwhile Sir Jeremy Farrar, also of the Wellcome Trust, has been one of Dr Anthony Fauci’s close collaborators. He was in on the Fauci conference call on February 1 2020: in fact, he organised it. All these connections are referenced in Robert F Kennedy Jr’s book ‘The Real Anthony Fauci‘. It is no coincidence that Farrar was one of the lead voices in trying to crush the lab leak story from the beginning.

Given this background, ‘we didn’t know what we were dealing with’ is no better an excuse than ‘just following orders’. Someone in a position of authority knew what had happened in January 2020 and what led up to it. Either the information wasn’t passed on and the Government was genuinely kept in the dark, along with the majority of the public. In which case, what exactly is the role of the British intelligence services? Aren’t they supposed to keep the Government informed of what is going on in secret labs around the world? Or they are all just lying, because they don’t want to have to admit the awful truth: that it is governments who fund harmful research? 

In any case, we shouldn’t forget that the Covid crisis was just too useful as the means for creating the opportunity for the Great Reset. So we are right to be very suspicious of what did happen and why. We should expect answers from the Government and for Parliament to ask why ‘none’ of them knew.

Lucy Wyatt

The MP for GB News

Dear Editor

How annoyed must the people of North East Somerset be now that their MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has committed to life in the GB News studio for the foreseeable?

He seems to want to have it all.

Edward Blake


Change of scene

Dear Editor 

It would seem, according to the authorities, that places formerly part of Northern England have now been re-allocated to South Asia. When did this happen? Have the UN been informed, and can we see the new maps so we know where to avoid in future?

Kathleen Carr



Underhand agreement

Dear Editor

If the Stormont ‘Brake’ is only for use in extremis, then presumably ECJ jurisdiction over Northern Ireland plus new EU regulations apply by default.

So is it not disingenuous of ministers to dub it the ‘Windsor Agreement’, implying royal approval, while perpetuating foreign jurisdiction over UK territory?

The Northern Ireland Protocol conflicts directly with Article 36 of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), which underpins UK Sovereignty, and with the 1800 Act of Union.

It is an unconstitutional flawed, contract and the House of Windsor should never have been associated with it in this dubious way.

We have yet to get Brexit done.

Roger J Arthur


The lesson of the masks

Dear Editor 

I am writing this from Vienna on March 1. Today the requirement to wear a face mask on public transport has finally been lifted. Vienna’s mayor insisted on maintaining the policy even after the rest of the country dropped it months ago.

From my observations this last week, about 70 per cent of passengers wore masks. Compliance was higher in wealthy districts, lower in poorer ones (roughly +/- 20 per cent). I didn’t comply, but kept a mask in my pocket to avoid a fine.

This morning I’m travelling through a wealthy district. No one on the subway or bus is wearing a mask. Zero. None. I can only report what I see on my commute, so elsewhere there may be some mask-wearers.

This means people don’t think masks are effective (or they’d rather risk Covid than wear one). It also means most people will do whatever they are told.

I don’t know what conclusions to draw. Is Vienna’s mayor now electoral toast, because people resented being forced to wear masks they did not believe in? Or is he now emboldened to think that he can force people to do pretty much anything, even when they are aware it is pointless and maybe even deleterious to their wellbeing?

Presumably politicians and governments around the word will be mulling over these possibilities in relation to their Covid, climate and other policies.

I’d like to see the mayor booted out, but who knows what comes next, for all of us here and elsewhere?



Just a coincidence?

Dear Editor

I note that recently the NHS have been spending an enormous amount of our money on advertising for the warning signs of a stroke. I find it a strange coincidence that they find the need to bring these symptoms to our attention like never before post the Covid jabs. I also wonder why they don’t spend our money advertising the benefits of vegetables and apples to those liable to having a stroke. 

Oliver Wells


The climate gravy train

Dear Editor

There are tens of thousands of non-jobs in the UK. We all know of the waste in the public sector with highly paid diversity, equality and inclusion staff and that failing managers in the NHS are paid more than most NHS staff. However these are now well outnumbered by those on the climate gravy train. Every council in the land, and there are 365, has a climate officer and their staff sucking up council taxpayers’ money with their salaries, expenses and gold-plated pension contributions. Unfortunately this green virus has spread into the private sector adding costs which are then passed on by way of price increases. However the rest of the world seems to have a cure for this serious malaise, and there have been no recorded cases of climate officers appointments breaking out. In fact there is no evidence of climate awareness whatsoever as they burn fossil fuels and use coal to generate their electricity.

Clark Cross



Conditional confidentiality

Dear Editor

I didn’t notice until today this comment on a government consultation form: ‘If you want information that you provide to be treated as confidential, please explain to us why you regard the information you have provided as confidential. We will take full account of your explanation, but we cannot give an assurance that confidentiality can be maintained in all circumstances. An automatic confidentiality disclaimer generated by your IT system will not, of itself, be regarded as binding on the Cabinet Office.’

How trust-inspiring!


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