TWO weeks’ media coverage of matters of zero importance have nonetheless yielded one significant insight. If reports are accurate, Boris Johnson cannot be correctly understood as the leader of Great Britain, but an actor playing the Prime Minister not unlike the person who currently occupies the White House.
Johnson’s hysterical ‘bodies piled high’ quote is said to have been yelled in impotent rage, at no one in particular, following a psychological attack by Michael Gove, the death dwarf of British politics.
According to the Daily Mail:
‘The tipping point reportedly came [at the end of October 2020] after a passionate speech by Mr Gove at a meeting with Mr Johnson and senior ministers. “Michael said that if he didn’t impose a second lockdown there would be a catastrophe,” a source close to Mr Gove said. “Hospitals would be overrun, people would be turned away from A&E and people would be dying in hospital corridors and hospital car parks. He told the PM he would have to send soldiers into hospitals to keep people out. TV film of that would be beamed around the globe. Was that the image of his post-Brexit Britain he wanted the world to see? It was devastating. The PM had no answer”.’
Insiders say that from that point Mr Johnson ‘gave in to the inevitable’ and agreed to a second lockdown. But he also made it clear that it was to be the last, and that under no circumstances would he agree to a third.
The idea of Netanyahu or Putin being addressed in this way by a minister, and receiving this kind of reaction, is unthinkable.
Gove appears to have Johnson surrounded. As Katy Balls reported in the Spectator: ‘Johnson’s new circle is largely made up of friends of Michael Gove. The Prime Minister’s “three musketeers” – Henry Newman, Henry Cook and Meg Powell-Chandler – are Goveites. Newman is also a close friend of Carrie Symonds, Johnson’s fiancée, and a long-standing ally of Simone Finn, who dated Gove after university, and who in February was parachuted in to be deputy chief of staff.’
Gove also has control over the Behavioural Insights Team, or the ‘Nudge Unit’, one of dozens of psychological warfare units operating across the world, as well as the key strategic brief of implementing the vaccine passport: phase one of the social control matrix being brought online as the new paradigm of global government.
Gove’s eagerness to prostrate himself before global power was made clear by his 2013 declaration that he saw himself as the heir to Anthony Blair. His 2019 genuflection before Davos puppet Greta Thunberg appears to have sealed the deal and earned him the position of regional manager of Airstrip One.
Blair’s own role is to liaise between Gove and global manager Bill Gates; for this purpose Blair has received millions in grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation over the last few years for ‘Global Health and Development Public Awareness and Analysis’. In line with his master’s political and corporate requests, Blair has demanded vaccine passports from the beginning, and is now arguing that the slow-walked reopening should be pushed back for another month to increase the rate of vaccination, despite data showing the clear absence of any medical necessity.
But genuine concern for public health was never a real factor in anything the government has done. The point was to create a situation of political and psychological repression in order to stimulate demand for medically unnecessary vaccinations, and consequently engineer consent for vaccine passports.
Thus the push to vaccinate children, who are at zero risk from SARS‑CoV‑2. Children must be put in the matrix too.
Once the vaccine passport is adopted, liberty will be not be restored: it will continue to be liquidated. The purpose of the new system is not simply to augment state corporate and power generally, but permanently to entrench the power of the global oligarchy.
Once the system is established, further possibilities become available, including population control plans, which Gates explicitly stated as a goal in February 2010.
Johnson’s recent declaration that lockdowns represent the primary weapon against the engineered pandemic throws into sharper focus the next stage in the plan.
Evidently lockdowns and related interventions of social distancing and mask mandates were never necessary or justified and have been completely ineffective medically. Where they are useful is as a weapon of political and economic war. The aim is to destroy specific parts of the economy, especially hospitality, for the benefit of the global corporations whom Johnson and his Cabinet serve, and to neutralise independent economic and political activity.
When restaurants turn into kitchens linked to delivery services, profit and power flow to the global delivery companies, which is then shared with governments. Under the pretext of hitting emission reduction targets, further attacks can be launched in the future.
In the meantime the government bets the sector will beg for the boot of the state to be removed from its throat by agreeing to impose a vaccine passport on customers as a condition of reopening, or staying open in the autumn, when (supposing they remain in power) the government is likely to impose a lockdown once again.
If hospitality concedes, the government effectively takes control over the entire sector. In surrendering to vaccine passports they will be permanently surrounding the power to control who enters their business, to determine their hours, and they will be giving the government the ability to monitor everything that happens in their space.
Henceforth ultimate control over their businesses and therefore their lives will rest with a new global government modelled on Communist China, which over the last twelve months has demonstrated a clear capacity and willingness to terrorise, repress, deceive and kill.
Johnson has sociopathic tendencies. He is unkempt and disorderly. He is amongst the least suitable individuals ever to occupy his office. But he is not deciding policy, or even managing its execution: he is managing only ‘Boris’, who is not a coherent personality, but the construct of the darker ‘Johnson’ personality directing it.
Johnson’s gluttony and amorality make him easy to control, while his capacity to lie, and his strange ability to monopolise attention offer strategic possibilities to anyone who wants to rent ‘Boris’ out.
In the meantime, with the partial easing of restrictions and the sunny weather, the British people are being lulled into a false sense of security, and encouraged to believe that things are getting back to normal. But we have not been released from prison. The torturer has only exited the cell.