A few days ago the government officially and unsurprisingly extended the Coronavirus Act 2020 for another six months.
Extending the powers to bring in lockdowns and shut down society whenever they decide. 484 voted in favour and 76 voted against. With Health Secretary Matt Hancock admitting that they may be renewed again if needs be.
This was all in spite of a roadmap out of lockdown that finishes in June in England, a furlough scheme that curiously finishes in September, and the so-called boasting success of the jab rollout to all the people that are really affected by coronaviruses in any significant way. Oh, and despite mass protests which THERE WERE MANY all over the world on March 21st. To mark a year of having our lives and freedoms all but taken away.
There was some opposition on the day. Mark Harper, leader of the CRG (Coronavirus Recovery Group) led the so-called ‘Rebellion’ against the act as he said, “These are extraordinary provisions, not for normal times, and they should be expired at the earliest opportunity.” He does, of course, back the government adding, “My own quarrel is the pace, not the direction of travel.”
He mentions job losses, failing businesses, and personal burdens, but as usual, no real mention of the real tragedies these ‘measures’ are causing.
The measures were put in place at the start of the alleged pandemic, despite deaths dropping dramatically since the initial peak, even based on grossly inflated and manipulated figures. We still…still are in lockdown, and I feel we may be feeling the brunt of this act’s allowances a bit more this year. They include giving the police and others powers to use against ‘potentially infectious’ people.
This is a seriously dangerous concept. We have all seen the videos of people being wrongfully arrested and police barging into homes because someone has been accused of….well being in the presence of another person. Due to the jab rollout, we have another evil to deal with. Is an unvaccinated individual a potentially infectious person? If so, who makes that decision?
There is no and never has been any scientifically-backed results that these lockdowns have ever worked to stop coronavirus or are saving lives.
Seeing as we have been in and out and shaking it all about, especially during the last two lockdowns where the fear seemed to diminish. There is not really anything to stop us even claiming a bit of herd immunity.
Lockdowns just slow down the spread and make it worse in the long run. The virus can’t spread through the young to diminish the impact to the old. Despite the WHO re-writing medical history to suit their funders, this is how and we will always deal with viruses. Viruses will always come, spread, and sadly take a few people in the process.
Let’s bear that in mind when making decisions about experimental vaccines and the like.
However, thousands in the UK and millions globally have already died and will continue to die because of the impact of lockdowns in the last year alone. I said from the start that society is so fragile that any of these restrictions would have huge collateral that would cost lives for many years to come. We know that and so do the people enforcing them. They know better than anyone hence why it’s not spoken about.
This, for me, is one of the biggest red flags. Where-are-the-lockdown stats???
We are a year down the line of 3 weeks to flatten the curve. We have all the data we need to give a full breakdown on everything that has happened in the last year due to lockdowns. This is the worst thing that has ever happened to our generation bar war and our own personal grievances, and it’s almost completely unreported.
Where are the big red stats for all the suicides? The missed cancers? The people who didn’t get chemotherapy? How many treatments and operations were pushed back or cancelled that have led to death?
People that were too scared to go to the hospital or didn’t want to bother the NHS have died as well. The first lockdowns A&E admission was down by 53%. What was the impact? The increase in depression, addiction, obesity, anorexia, abuse, poverty and pretty much every aspect of health is on a sharp decline and there is no data or answers to justify it or the act’s extension? Is Neil Ferguson and co going to give us that data? If not, then why?
At least 60,000 brave doctors and scientists have signed the Barrington Declaration to warn us about the dangers of this strategy from the start, and many more have sacrificed their careers to condemn the idea.
Some of the outspoken experts took part in a conference recently where the governor of Florida Ron De Santis further justified his position on not locking down the state as he had 50% fewer Covid deaths than California, who had one of the strictest lockdowns in the US and shares their hot weather. As well as fewer Covid associated deaths than 70% of all of the US states. Not bad seeing as Florida is seen as the retirement state for many older Americans.
All of the African and Asian nations who have not locked down past maybe the original kneejerk shutting in Spring 2020 have had a fraction of the Covid deaths per person as the UK. Even with varying climates, cultures and economic power. Sweden in Europe has never properly locked down and has had no more deaths than the average of any other countries. In fact, there have been no significant excess deaths in any country despite claims of a pandemic.
Jay Battacharya, professor of medicine at Stamford, referred to the lockdowns are the single “biggest public health mistake in history”. Professor Sunetra Gupta, professor of epidemiology at Oxford, says the costs of lockdowns should be “visible and on the table”.
This extension of the Coronavirus Act 2020 is dangerous for these reasons but we must also ask ourselves a very scary question. Why are we still doing this?
You don’t have to believe in Agenda 2030, or a want of a cashless state-run society. To think that there is an agenda that is trying to depopulate the world or enslave you is too much for most people to admit and I get that. Many of you have been well versed to define people that don’t go along with the only Covid matters approach to life ‘conspiracy theorists’.
However, you don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to see what’s happening in this country right now.
Lockdowns that kill. Vaccines that kill. Censoring information that can save lives. Every day more and more laws that take away our freedoms are getting passed behind doors. More and more division and coercions arise. The world seems to be moving in lockstep towards a very dangerous place.
Yet we still say not here. Not in this country. Not in my lifetime. I was in the pub a year ago. I want to know, though, who are we actually kidding?
You don’t have to go down the rabbit hole to appreciate that what is going on just now is completely wrong and utterly unjustifiable. I am not a martyr myself. I work, play and do other things to enhance my future despite worrying that I even have one. I spent months ignoring it and my life was a lot easier. It is now been too long to ignore and things WILL get worse if we don’t at least acknowledge and accept what’s happening.
If we waited for governments and paid for mainstream media to start reporting the other side of the coin and give us back our freedoms, we will be waiting forever. I mean, why would they? A journalist giving up his job in times like these? A politician giving up much enjoyed power or a billionaire giving up his Amazon or his vaccine profits? Never going to happen.
I do some things that if we all done collectively the compound effect would be enough to halt this oppression before it goes any further. You can start by switching off the mainstream and take your head out of the sand. Instead of giving advocators of lockdowns and paid liars the air time, give it to yourself and get informed. I keep up to date by listening to the Richie Allen Show, the biggest independent radio show in Europe with millions of followers who interview scientists, doctors, nurses, politicians and covers all the main headlines from MSM with a critical point of view. It’s on Monday to Thursday and can be found on podcast providers.
There are countless groups on social media to join and this paper gets updated regularly with new stories from people hell-bent on getting the truth out with nothing to gain except more opened eyes. You can write to your local MP demanding answers. Donate to good causes like the freedom alliance. You can forward information, share posts, sign petitions, write articles, whatever suits you. You don’t have to take to the streets but you have to do something.
Your truth is strong. It’s like a vote in a democratic society. It matters just as much as the next person’s. Talk to people, reach out to people. Share your truth and grow your circle of influence.
Don’t be overwhelmed by thinking you are taking on the government or the police force or even the majority of people. You are the majority by a thousand to one. That’s where the strength lies. The decision-makers that are pushing this agenda are a bit ahead of us and they have been working on it a lot more than we are against.
That’s the bad news. The good news is there is a lot more of us than there is of them and there still time but you need to start doing something and you need to start now.
As Martin Luther King said: “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.”