HAVE we comprehended yet the full implications of the reasons behind lockdown? I fear not. The government will never tell us, but there are underlying factors that need to be achieved. Some of these are pretty obvious, others less so:
1 Primarily we are being taught obedience. No matter how irrational the commands from the authorities, we have to be ever more exact in responding, quicker and more consistent in doing as we are told. Lockdowns and masks are part of this learning exercise, along with BBC explanations on what we should think.
2 During lockdown we are not using cash as we once did. This aligns with the aims of the establishment to get us used to going cashless, and use cards to spend our money. This has few extra benefits for us, but without cash in our pockets, the authorities would be able to freeze our bank accounts, steal from it as required, and make us destitute in seconds if we were to offend them. No longer would we be able to borrow fifty quid from a friend to see us over a period where a bank claims you do not exist as a customer.*
3 The United Nations has told us many times that there are far too many humans on the planet and desires fewer of us. The virus infections are expected to help with this matter, but it is the uncalculated deaths that will help most. Those who terminate their own lives through boredom and desperation for extended company, who feel they have nothing to live for, will assist the UN achieve one of its goals.
4 National debt is a huge burden that affects all developed countries. It has grown substantially over the last few decades. This was deliberate. A nation heavily in debt is more limited in what it can achieve, as well as being more susceptible to direction by a higher authority, while it is apparently trying to pay off that debt. With lockdowns, governments are spending billions just keeping those unable to work alive, just, but not generating income for the country.
5 To get us used to living with little in the way of enjoyment, through not having nice places to eat or drink, or not going to places of entertainment such as theatres and stadiums, lockdowns lower our expectation of our quality of life. It will be hard for us to take exciting foreign holidays when the UN’s agendas are fully in place, so we might as well get used to that now.
6 Reducing our freedom to do nothing but work, shop for food and stay at home, lockdowns provide an excellent training mechanism for when are reduced to living in the equivalent of the Dark Ages.
7 Lockdowns are about proving the strength of propaganda. The ability of mass media, especially TV, to indoctrinate us with the required messages has clearly been a resounding success, with most of us brainwashed daily.
8 More people than ever before are dependent upon the state. A socialist state requires plenty of people who will do its bidding and be compliant. Lockdowns have demonstrated to many how a socialist state operates, and not enough are objecting to that.
9 It has become most apparent that the economy was a target, as was the inherent wealth of people, otherwise there would have been a different plan. Only those who were well off will remain so. The average person living month to month will see savings dry up as opportunities to earn money fade away. As the economy shrinks to net zero.
10 Those retired, those coming up to retirement, those trapped in a job they cannot move away from, those unable to get a job are just a few of the classes of people whose lives are being ruined. The retirees who had hoped for a few final years to get in some travel and leisurely enjoyment will end their days depressed and feeling hopeless. Those due to retire who lost their livelihood will not have a viable pension to look forward to. Even those with a job will be likely trapped where they are. No chance of promotion or a role change in a stagnant economy. They will wither and die mentally. Those who managed to get an education will be unable to get any sort of job or career, yet even worse will be the youngsters denied a full education whose future looks the worst, for even if the economy improves there will be far too many of them losing out on life’s opportunities. This is about reducing capability within the country as well as reducing quality of life for as many as possible.
In conclusion, when we look at the effectiveness of lockdowns, it should be evident that they achieve nothing as far as the virus is concerned. Cases go up during cool/cold weather despite what category of lockdown the country is in, and go down in warmer weather. Repeating something that doesn’t work simply shows what an insane situation we are being forced into, and for what?
*EU legislation was passed while the UK was a member to allow banks to take money from personal savings accounts in the event of banking problems. It would not take much effort to extend this law.