I AM reading increasingly that ‘it’s all over’, the Covid ‘narrative’ is running out of road and life is ‘returning to normal’. Two years into a highly organised global panic, increasing numbers of people are claiming the end is in sight. I don’t see it; I don’t feel it. Here’s why.
England has certainly made progress relative to its fascistic domestic and European neighbours, but unfortunately there are still great numbers of Covid disciples reluctant to let go of their creed.
Unable or unwilling to come to terms with the futility of mask wearing, ‘social distancing’ and the rush to ‘vaccination’, these groups remain contemptuous of their non-compliant unvaccinated fellow citizens. They still believe that the capricious, illiberal measures imposed on us and the harms which resulted were worth it, despite evidence to the contrary.
I see too many born-again ‘pragmatists’ – erstwhile members of the ‘lock ’em down sooner and harder’ MSM coven – and ‘celebrity’ pundits blooming like algae on fetid water, declaring their new-found allegiance to Freedom and tailoring their uniforms to suit altered circumstances.
Unencumbered by memories of their complicity and devoid of any embarrassment at dancing to the mad Davos jig played by Schwab, Gates, Fauci et al, these amoral chameleons seek to have us forget their collaboration.
Refuseniks are now being given tacit permission to do what we have been doing all along – live our lives with SARS-CoV-2, but on condition that no one questions what has gone on or seeks accountability. We are to be grateful for the partial restoration of our liberties and must acknowledge the ‘brave decisions’ of our leaders whose tyrannies sought only to save our little lives.
We watch a Prime Minister dissemble and obfuscate with the deftness of a fairground cardsharp. Pick a card, any card: ‘Deadly Virus’, ‘Two weeks to flatten the curve’, ‘Mask up – protect yourself and others’, ‘Stay at home’, ‘Don’t kill Granny’ – obscene propaganda to terrify citizens into compliance.
Few independent thinkers were ever taken in by this governmental psychological manipulation and even fewer now buy the current faux outrage that is ‘Partygate’. It is all fluff – distraction. The appalling reality is that we are still in play: the dark forces which orchestrated the Covid putsch have not gone away but are simply massing high on a hill over Davos before making their next tactical move.
In this present battle, some counsel not getting rid of Boris Johnson for fear of something worse – ‘Better the devil you know, eh?’ But is a Prime Minister who has led a homicidal government and a supine parliament in breach of our settled laws to be absolved on grounds that he/someone else might have done worse? Are we to tolerate moral turpitude – a little, some, or a lot?
Boris Johnson has squandered the goodwill invested in him (including mine) and there is demonstrably no statistic he will not abuse, no truth he will not bend and no one he would not betray to hold on to his baubles.
The threat of future vaccine mandates and ‘health passports’ has not gone away; the systems that underpin them are already bought and paid for. They are the Davos group’s tool of choice for world government and for the introduction of a CCP-style surveillance society. They will provide the platform for digital currencies and a divisive social credit system. Unless they are stopped.
Equally, there is no let-up in the ‘vaccine’ push. More jab versions are on the way – a dream income stream for Big Pharma and its protectors. The drug barons and their jabbers continue to enjoy indemnity and debate is silenced by Big Tech.
Without doubt, their experimental products are doing catastrophic damage yet governments, ‘public health experts’, the legacy media and, saddest of all, compliant clinicians continue to promote the falsehood that they are ‘safe and effective’. ‘No causal link has been established,’ they mutter, while hospitals fill with the ‘vaccine’ injured.
We are denied access to the data required to investigate or validate the testing regimes for these publicly financed poisons, and their long-term effects are unknown. We are reliant on insurance actuaries to reveal the truth about the number of unusual deaths and damage done.
As I write, people are still without electricity after a couple of winter storms in the UK: our power infrastructure is poor and the much-trailed hike in energy prices has yet to hit consumers. ‘Out of our control,’ say the energy bosses. ‘Difficult,’ adds the Chancellor, as he throws crumbs to the ‘useless eaters’.
Britain has an abundance of natural resources: coal, gas, oil, wood, water, and yet we have some of the highest power prices in the world, and some of the worst fuel poverty. What is it that prevents this government from crafting an effective strategy to meet our power needs? Let us stop chasing the unicorn that is Net Zero, abolish the Carbon Levy and use our resources.
It will cost money, but it’s not as though we can’t print more – that’s the game, isn’t it? No financial prudence for this government which has frittered away billions on Covid: £37billion on Test and Trace; £4.3billion of fraudulent furlough claims and bounce-back loans written off; billions in questionable contracts for PPE; billions more for useless fake tests to stoke the flames of the Fear Fest.
The shadow of inflation hangs over an economy built on sand with forecasts of a 30-year high. Johnson and his ‘lean and hungry’ looking Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, persist in increasing National Insurance by 1.25 per cent from April to ‘pay for health and social care’. Council tax is to rise by an average of 2 per cent – what are we getting for our money?
I urge you to consider that we have been the subject of the greatest betrayal by government and institutions in living memory. We have witnessed mass hysteria, induced psychosis, cruelty and corporate killing. Our society is blighted by the shock of what Victor E Frankl describes in Man’s Search for Meaning as ‘barbed-wire sickness’.
Family, friends and colleagues brainwashed by the MSM will be slow to come out of their state of learned helplessness. They remain ignorant of the facts and wilfully blind to what is going on around them.
The propaganda persists, globalist tyrants still control politics, the media, big tech, public health, academia and much else. The immiseration of the people continues, while Davos Man fills his coffers ready for the next conflagration.
For the awake, the mavericks, the independent thinkers and the weary dissenters, it’s not over by a long shot – the struggle goes on.