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Open Letter To Keir Starmer Why has the opposition failed to address the misuse of Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984?

Eddie Farrell

(Image: MyLondon)

Dear Keir Starmer,

As a resident of Camden I despair at the endless economic and physical ravages inflicted on this borough through government covid policy, followed up with the often heedless measures imposed by Camden council who appear hell-bent on destroying the welfare, livelihood and character of the borough.

Where I realise a similar situation is being played out all over the UK, (and the world) I also hear you, as leader of the UK opposition, often speak of acting in the national interest and holding this government to account. It is in this context that I was re-listening to Lord Jonathan Sumption in a conversation with Telegraph columnists Allison Pearson (from 10th September 2020) that a very important question came to my attention.

In the conversation (which I have linked and partially transcribed below) Lord Sumption explains how the government, since March 2020, have not been using the Coronavirus act to “justify lockdown and the quarantine rules and most of the other regulations”; the actions have been made under the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 ; which was extensively amended in 2008.

In Lord Sumption’s words:

I do not believe that that act [Public Health (Control of Disease) Act of 1984] confers on the government the powers which the government is purported to exercise because it is a basic principle of the British constitutional law that you cannot invade fundamental rights.

He then warns about governments being too general about what they are up to, something that can never happen when it threatens Liberty:

You’ve got to be specific about it and the reason for that is that if you use general words to justify draconian invasions[erosion] of fundamental rights there’s too big a risk that it will pass unnoticed in the course of the parliamentary process.

This warning rings alarms when considering the constant criticism, in the media and in the street of government being too vague, confused, undecided, using mixed messaging, confused and flip-flopping.

One other worrying point from the following section mentions the limited powers of government through the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 and how…

[the] only specific language in the public health act which justifies invasions of liberty relates to people who are believed on reasonable grounds to be infectious.

One’s thoughts are immediately drawn to the mandating of face masks and the recent and frankly sinister government covid campaign compelling the public to “act like you’ve got it”.

The points I’ve brought to your attention above are ones that have passed with little or no opposition from you and your party and if anything you’ve only really emphasised how, if Labour were in power, you would do it all faster and harder.

However, it’s the final comments from Lord Sumption, the mention of the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 that for me broaches the most serious question about tactics used by government opposition.

Having described the government’s choice to use the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984, as “profoundly controversial”, Lord Sumption then introduces the Civil Contingencies Act 2004:

[an act] concerned with emergencies including health-related emergencies and it empowers ministers to do anything that could be done by an act of parliament.

Lord Sumption feels this is the act that was made for what the UK is experiencing through covid right now. He describes it as an “oddity” why such a bill is not being used by the government? He explains how the act works:

Regulation of the act is only provisionally valid for seven days unless it is approved by parliament, thereafter it only has validity for thirty days; it has to be reviewed every thirty days. Moreover, exceptionally there are provisions entitling parliament to amend the regulations which is laid before it or to revoke it at anytime.

So he asks “Why haven’t they used it?” and he continues:

The only reason I can think of why the government did not use the one piece of legislation that is plainly applicant is that it wished to avoid parliamentary scrutiny.

Lord Sumption suggests that the government must have been legally advised “because they have plenty of legal advice” and so have deliberately used the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 instead of using the more applicable Civil Contingencies Act 2004 in order to “avoid parliamentary scrutiny”

If that rightly or wrongly explains the government’s position where does it leave the opposition, if led by a distinguished and highly knowledgable legal brain like yourself, who I assume would know that more government scrutiny and more holding to account could be exercised by parliament through The Civil Contingencies Act 2004?

Then why haven’t you and your party, as the official opposition, not kicked up hell and exposed the government for using the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 instead of the more accountable Civil Contingencies Act 2004?

You are best positioned to answer that question.

I would appreciate if you would.

Sincerely,

Eddie Farrell

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Lord Jonathan Sumption on Planet Normal: How Britain went from Blighty to Frighty, Sept2020
Video Transcript

“…….Coronavirus act, it is not the act that has been used to justify the lockdown or other measures affecting citizens. There are no powers in the coronavirus bill to control movements of healthy people. The government has in fact used the coronavirus act only to justify the financial implications of the lockdown. Most of the act is in fact concerned with authorising, with the minimum of parliamentary scrutiny, additional public expenditure. The lockdown and the quarantine rules and most of the other regulations have been made under the Public health control of disease act of 1984 ; which was extensively amended in 2008.

There is no agreement among lawyers about what I am about to say but I do not myself believe that that act confers on the government the powers which it is purported to exercise because it is a basic principle of British constitutional law that you cannot invade fundamental rights; and there are few more fundamental rights than liberty, by using general terms. You’ve got to be specific about it and the reason for that is that if you use general words to justify draconian invasions of fundamental rights there’s too big a risk that it will pass unnoticed in the course of the parliamentary process.

To invade fundamental rights you have to have absolutely specific language. The only specific language in the public health act which justifies invasions of liberty relates to people who are believed on reasonable grounds to be infectious. Ministers can only do things that magistrates could do and magistrates only have power to control the movements of infected people or to control the opening of infected premises. They don’t have the power to control uncontaminated premises or healthy people.

The government has deliberately, one must assume deliberately because they have plenty of legal advice, they have used an act which to put it at its lowest, its application is profoundly controversial.

In my view an act which doesn’t confirm powers – the oddity is the government does have, to do what it has done under another act which it has declined to use – the Civil Contingencies Act of 2004. The Civil Contingencies Act is concerned with emergencies including health related emergencies and it empowers ministers to do anything that could be done by an act of parliament. Now you cannot get wider words than that.

Why haven’t they used it? Now the only reason I can think of for not using it is that the Civil Contingencies Act has very stringent provisions for parliamentary scrutiny. Regulation under the act is only provisionally valid for seven days unless it is approved by parliament, thereafter it only has validity for thirty days; it has to be renewed every thirty days. Moreover, exceptionally there are provisions entitling parliament to amend the regulations which is laid before it or to revoke it at anytime. Now the only reason I can think of why the government did not use the one piece of legislation that is plainly applicable is that it wished to avoid parliamentary scrutiny.”

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dr death
dr death
Feb 8, 2021 3:07 PM

could it be that the hysterical and pernicious ousting of corbyn, a facade of the highest order engineered by a motley collection of shrieking hypocrites, swarthy mendicants and their lickspittle henchmen, was to remove a man that perhaps, due to his abhorrance of the creatures that lurk in whitehall, classical socialist leanings and some semblance of a social conscience, may have proved to be a bulwark to the nightmare plans now enacted by the grizzly governors that manage this macabre farce disguised as a social system ?

Thom
Thom
Feb 6, 2021 7:41 AM

Timely piece. I suspect the Brexit referendum and Cameron’s sudden resignation was some kind of silent coup. Since then the military and intelligence agencies have controlled the UK government, on behalf of their chiefs in the US. Witness May’s weird contortions on Brexit.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Feb 6, 2021 6:22 AM

Parallels.

The longest-serving woman in Congress told The Hill why she feels alienated from the Democratic Party. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) lives in Toledo, where she grew up the daughter of a union organizer.

Kaptur had been looking for answers to the economic problems afflicting the industrial Midwest. The answer from her fellow Democrats was one word: Leave!

“They just can’t understand. They can’t understand a family that sticks together because that’s what they have. Their loved ones are what they have, their little town, their home, as humble as it is — that’s what they have. Respect it. It was so insensitive.”

While her focus on “bread and butter” issues over identity politics might be thought to put her broadly in the centrist camp, she also endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.

Ohio, having been carried twice by President Obama, went for Trump by significant margins in both 2016 and 2020. Kaptur says she understands Trump’s appeal in regions like hers, even as she dislikes the former president, calling him “dangerous” and “unbalanced.

To explain Trump’s appeal, she cites the example of a constituent who had been a steelworker in the greater Cleveland area, moved to Kansas having been laid off, and later moved back to Lorain, only to be left jobless a third time.

“He was about 48 years old at that point. How do you think he feels? When Trump comes out there and gives these explosive, defiant speeches … that’s how people feel. Not everyone, but enough,” she said.

Andrea Bayer
Andrea Bayer
Feb 6, 2021 1:32 AM

Starmer will ignore this letter. He is more blair than Blair.

Stephen Allen
Stephen Allen
Feb 6, 2021 12:41 AM

UK under Labour destroyed Iraq and now Syria, so why bother the Party about a poor burough?

captain spam
captain spam
Feb 5, 2021 11:40 PM

Sir K. is far too busy grovelling on his knees getting his money and instructions round the Board of deputies like a good little Shabbos Goy to answer any letters, open or otherwise.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Feb 5, 2021 11:25 PM

There seems to be a profound misunderstanding about ‘rights’. I use the word in quotes because a lot of people are aware of the idea through entertainment and othe rmedia with much of this coming from the USA but few seem to have exploired exactly what they mean. In the US everyone has rights, its spelled out in the Constitution and its Amendments (aka “The Bill of Rights”) and has been litigated over 200-something years in the judicial system of that country. Despite them being apparently obvious, settled law, they’re not and there are constant attempts to redraw the boundary between the government’s rights and a citizen’s rights, a process that has led to, among other things, systematic racism in many areas of American society.

I’ve come across numerous examples in the UK of people assuming that what’s good for the US also applies in the UK. This isn’t so. British people aren’t citizens, they’re subjects, and as such what rights they exercise are at the pleasure of the Crown and its representatives. There’s been an attempt to modernize this in recent years, the notion “Human Rights” being used priamrily as a propaganda tool to convince people that’s they’re more free, better, than those societies over there (in the East — you know who). This flies in the face of historical experience — try complaining about being herded out of a defence zone in WW2 and you’ll see just how many rights you (don’t) have. (In short, if you really want rights then you — aka “We, the People” — have to grab them. You’re not going to get anything for free.)

Sir Kieth is a modern ‘safe’ Labour party leader. The history of the Labour party has been a little unfortuante because any attempt to impose even a slightly mild version of watered -down socialism has met with implacable opposition and even planned coups. My first experience of a Labour government was Harold Wilson’s. He wasn’t a radical but its worth learning what happened during his administration to get someperspective (and also learn the whys and wherefores of what happened to Corbyn, also not a radical)(but we can’t take any chances). The best you’ll get from modern Labour is about as radical as we currently get from a Democrat administration — moderately conservative instead of hard right. Don’t expect any fundamental change; you need an opposition that can take over from time to time when the true and natural leadership screws up too obviously.

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image
Feb 5, 2021 4:05 PM

It is just as difficult and dangerous to try to free people that want to remain servile , as it is to enslave people that want to remain free ” – Niccolo Machiavelli 

Bojo said he was Turkish that was lies he is a Jew and this is important comment image

When others pointed out bojo father Stanley was MI6 it got lost on you tube

Boris Johnson, when he was UK Foreign Secretary, was in charge of MI6.

i am baffled how people cant see this just like when there was riots in London when he was Mayor

He went to Eton and was friendly and close with Rothschild family just like Nigel fraud was London city banker and was friends and very close to the Rothschild family.

YOU dont become establishment without being establishment your groomed selected from a young age or your family like Tucker Carson is CIA

Here is a video from 2012 where good old Stanley explains why Britannia needs to be reduced by 50 million

They dont hide it, the problem is people who vote dont look at there side until it to late.

Stanley Johnson video starts at approx 7 minutes in

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/you-can-039-t-trust-boris-johnson_lJ2Dqu824TGSSek.html

Geoff
Geoff
Feb 5, 2021 5:51 PM
Reply to  image

BOJO ? more like the overfed fat slob

Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones
Feb 5, 2021 8:04 PM
Reply to  Geoff

bozo. lol.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Feb 6, 2021 9:45 PM
Reply to  Geoff

Overfed and fat, maybe. Also likely very intelligent and cunning. Do not underestiamte.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 8:43 PM
Reply to  image

Old Bojo the moron there, after a few too many, thinking it’s an open air urinal

tish
tish
Feb 5, 2021 9:50 PM
Reply to  JuraCalling

Certainly looks right

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Feb 6, 2021 12:57 AM
Reply to  JuraCalling

The pissing wall for the pissed !!

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Feb 6, 2021 1:01 AM
Reply to  image

Great post.

martin
martin
Feb 6, 2021 4:52 AM
Reply to  image

“It’s an ideology not a race” but not sure the refined Anglo / Scottish upper class tribe are quite on the same page as the low class Eastern European branch. Jane Austen and buggery don’t seem quite to go together but I suppose Johnson pater would know better, just prefers a creamy white arse. That seems awful to say but I feel the upper class badly let the country down. I actually believed in the honour and patriotism of these people.

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 3:30 PM

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I’m too frightened to read the details of this tweet. Labour doesn’t care about human rights anymore. Is Britain about to become a Chilean style dictatorship?

A new proposed coronavirus law:

https://twitter.com/IVOTEDLEAVE3/status/1356645016614162437?s=20

Dave Lawton
Dave Lawton
Feb 5, 2021 5:02 PM
Reply to  Ben

Labour never cared about human rights.The socialist Labour party facilitated genocides in Africa and Indonesia resulting in the killings of millions.They also had the Chagos islanders forcibly removed from their island home.fuckers.They committed many more crimes as long as a Elephants trunk.The phony lefty Marxist`s I knew in Bristol use to take bags of marbles up to London to throw them under the hooves of police horses when ever there was a demonstration.What had the horses done to them? The Liberals have always been manipulated by cults like Exegesis which used the brainwashing method such as EST and keep talking about creating spaces all over the place

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Feb 6, 2021 12:59 AM
Reply to  Dave Lawton

Marbles under police horses hooves ? Isn’t that what is needed today ?

Geoff
Geoff
Feb 5, 2021 5:54 PM
Reply to  Ben

I’m surprised the way people look to Labour as our saviour, I’m 75 and seen Labour governments come and go. nothing changes ever, I’m through with the charade, Starmer has no right whatever in the Labour party but I’m sure he will kid a lot of people like Bliar did

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image
Feb 5, 2021 10:03 PM
Reply to  Geoff

Well said i recall maggie whore thatcher times and people used to fight the police the miners strike era and the labour working men club said it dead then!!! the ones before said it dead before that and people on this site say it labour dead now ay!
they aint got a fucking clue

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Feb 5, 2021 3:20 PM

The civilian public just isn’t getting the picture of how political leadership is supposed to work… That is: Any time a “leader” looks over their shoulder, they should notice there are hoards of regular people chasing them with clubs, pitch forks, shovels, and frying pans…

Edwige
Edwige
Feb 5, 2021 12:40 PM

Just about the only pleasure from glancing occasionally at The Fraudian is seeing their columnists on Starmer. Dumping Corbyn and launching Blair 2.0 was supposed to launch a Labour stroll back into power – but it isn’t happening.

It can’t be that enough of the public have seen through Blairism that they’ll never swallow it again so they’re dealing with it in other ways. Most of the time they just pretend it isn’t happening. Occasionally one of them will notice and set forth the same explanation – Starmer isn’t bold enough. This could be genuine disappointment but it’s more probably a longer-term game. When Starmer embraces a large chunk of the Great Reset agenda – some sort of green new deal mixed with UBI – it will be proclaimed the new boldness we’ve all been waiting for. Another possibility is that by disavowing Labour of the idea they can win power alone the party might be more amenable to a coalition when the merde really hits the fan (which will most likely come when people wake up to the financial reckoning of what lockdown is going to cost).

gordan
gordan
Feb 5, 2021 2:26 PM
Reply to  Edwige

they are all corporate actors
city of london men

all of the witches

keir played a part once his greatest
john warboys taxi man
just role play that is all

2 uptics
1 down today please
thank you

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image
Feb 5, 2021 10:10 PM
Reply to  Edwige

I got a theory he will be dropped as he hasnt done much appealing
if they dont gain anything in May local selection if it happens then he will be dropped and someone else will come in and try and hook the persuadable in
maybe a lady figure

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 11:44 AM

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Zero covid = zero freedom
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CryptoKazar
CryptoKazar
Feb 5, 2021 11:24 AM

Its funny because whenever some situation pushed by the media and politicians arises which puts businesses out of business, a certain victim group (victimhood pushed by the media owned extensively by the victim group) moves in and buys up everything, didn’t the newspapers of the day (owned extensively by the victim group) tell everyone Napoleon had won the battle of waterloo scaring markets into selling everything to the Rothschilds at rock bottom prices ???? It seems they’ve been up to this trick for quite some time !

Mr Y
Mr Y
Feb 5, 2021 10:51 AM

What kind of party elects a figure like Starmer as leader? The mind boggles …

wardropper
wardropper
Feb 5, 2021 1:41 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

My mind ceased to boggle when Bush Jr became President.
It boggles no longer, and has learned from experience.

What kind of party elects a figure like Starmer?

A party that has been infiltrated over such a long period that an actual spawning ground of ‘the right kind of people’ has been established, where ONLY people of the right kind even bother applying for influential positions.
I plead guilty to subscribing to the tendency to dismiss most of my fellow countrymen as ‘stupid’ for electing such people, but I am also well aware that they probably didn’t elect them at all.
Election fixing (or, call it good ol’-fashioned corruption, if you prefer) is by now such an old game that the experts at it are VERY expert indeed.

I wish the whole nation would focus on exactly which specimens of pseudo-humanity are currently pioneering the latest undermining of civilized society as we speak, but I accept that this will undoubtedly be undertaken only by the few.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 6:42 PM
Reply to  wardropper

I label those speciments ‘gangsters’.

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 6:47 PM
Reply to  wardropper

You have probably noticed that the Labour party is pushing hard for people to register for postal votes.

I suspect that by the time the May local elections happen (apparently, the government has today deigned to announce that they will actually take place – that should have been automatic since they were only “postponed” for a year ) we will find that the only way to vote is by postal vote, and if you haven’t registered for one – tough!

We’ll also probably find that in order to vote, you have to have an “immunity passport” – even when voting by post.

dr death
dr death
Feb 8, 2021 4:11 PM
Reply to  wardropper

your blue team red team fake dichotomy was always a scam,the only ‘politics’ that frightens them is the so called ‘populist’ flavours particularly armed ones….

it isn’t so much the revolting proles (the primary stock what ever hue they come in) but the proles revolting in an organised, planned manner that gives the old buggerers the collywobbles.

fortunately for the governors, who themselves border on lunacy most proles are barely sentient.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Feb 5, 2021 6:31 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Face it Labour-Conservative, one big corporate fascist political racket (so corrupt it needs two aliases). Not unlike the Republic-rats in SHAM DEMOCRACY USA.
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JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 8:44 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

”What kind of party elects a figure like Starmer as leader?”

The Tory party.

Labour were happy with Corbyn. But the Tories need another Blair now that olde worlde eugenics is on the table.

tish
tish
Feb 5, 2021 10:00 PM
Reply to  JuraCalling

sounds about right….Only the wealthy can come to the table for they are well-born

Ken Garoo
Ken Garoo
Feb 5, 2021 9:37 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

Starmer wasn’t elected, he was selected. Labour and Conservatives are both bankrolled by billionaires.

tish
tish
Feb 5, 2021 9:53 PM
Reply to  Mr Y

He is like a male version of Margaret Thatcher…..well more male. I abhor that sickly, sweet, insincserity

exiled off mainstreet
exiled off mainstreet
Feb 5, 2021 10:13 AM

Starmer’s long term role in the persecution of Julian Assange in aid of yankee, British and five eyes spymasters reveals that he is unfit to rule anywhere. His spearheading of medicofascism exemplifies his role neutering opposition and furthering dictatorial extra-legal methods. He is an obvious enemy of the people.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 6:45 PM

Technocracy will eliminate electoral politics, political parties and politicians and most politicians may understand that. It’s interesting, and horrifying, to watch them go out with a bang. They are like terrorists being driven out of Syria or someplace and destroying absolutely everything that they can destroy on the way out, because that’s their character.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 8:48 PM
Reply to  Arby

Technocracy did that 2 years ago. That’s how the last couple of ‘leaders’ of the US and UK have been like satirical figures in a Monty Python sketch.

They were organised via social networks and the hijacking of online votes.

Opinion polls used to be a decent guide, but only up to a point. They could be wrong but only just.

Since technocracy all polls have been a mile away from reliable when conducted out on the streets. Ask yourself how there can be such a disparity between members of the public on the floor and members of the public nobody can see.

Harold
Harold
Feb 5, 2021 6:08 AM

Same here in Australia, states are rolling over ‘State of Emergency’ declarations allowing them unlimited powers and impeaching on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Just look at what’s happening in Western Australia this week, one person working at a quarantine centre tested positive for covid, so the entire south west of the state, with an area much larger than Great Britain, with a population of 2,000,000 are forced into hard lockdown, (house arrest) with only four reasons to leave the house, shopping for essentials (only large chain stores allowed to open), medical appointments, 1 hour of exercise in you immediate area only, providing care for a disabled/elderly relative. Masks are mandatory every where outside your front door, with very few exemptions, (under 12 yo, or swimming, the government want the privilege of water boarding us), non compliance is $1,000 fine. Temperatures are around 37C that’s around 100F, so you can imagine how comfy that is walking around the streets with a mask on. All pubs, cafe’s and small shops closed, everyone is working from home that can. All kids playgrounds have been sealed off and closed, at this time of year with the intense sunlight every day the temperature of most play equipment can leave you with first degree burns, I doubt there are many viruses that would last more than a few seconds in that environment. In four days and tens of thousands of tests not a single extra case. On top of that, mandatory registration (track and trace) was introduced this week, applying to all shops, venues, churches, brothels, etc, actually everywhere outside of a private house. With a $50,000 /12 months jail for non compliance. This tyrannical masterpiece doesn’t even mention covid in its name it’s just the SafeWA app, so it’s obviously intended to be a permanent way of life now for West Aussies, and don’t think the excuse of not having a smart phone will get you out of it, there is a pen and log book at every entrance.

martin
martin
Feb 5, 2021 9:47 AM
Reply to  Harold

Once a penal colony, always a penal colony. What scares me are the Police Emergency Powers to force entry and inject you. That’s the bottom line to registration, they can sweep thru suburb by suburb forcibly testing and maybe forced injecting (once it is rolled out). Makes the UK look like a human rights haven. But the convicts are all for it you have to admit.

exiled off mainstreet
exiled off mainstreet
Feb 5, 2021 10:16 AM
Reply to  martin

It brings to mind the old story/joke about being quizzed on entry into Australia regarding whether or not you have any criminal “form”. The punchline, of course is “I didn’t know that was still a requirement for entry.” Penal colony attitudes seem prevalent in all anglophone countries these days, as well as many other continental ones. I wonder if significant resistance will be required to bring back normal conditions.

wardropper
wardropper
Feb 5, 2021 1:49 PM

I believe only unheard-of resistance will make a dent in this abnormal agenda.
A whole generation of specially-bred zombies has now occupied all significant positions of public office.
They won’t go quietly.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Feb 5, 2021 7:04 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Sometimes even Hollywood lets the inevitable consequence formulate in our mind. Charlton Heston in The Omega Man. Zombies were his politicians.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Feb 5, 2021 3:57 PM
Reply to  martin

And don’t forget Marshall here in SA inventing the ”pizza box big scarey new genome”, the thing is that the goosestepping little premiers are enjoying themselves and the power.

Post Hoc
Post Hoc
Feb 5, 2021 10:15 AM
Reply to  Harold

I just wonder what the agenda is here.
Is Australia just trying to appease the other countries by staying in with the bullies?
What’s the purpose of the persistent insanity among all these governments?

i_left_the_left
i_left_the_left
Feb 5, 2021 7:45 PM
Reply to  Post Hoc

Globalists know, and call their agenda the great reset. Compliant governments and politicians promise to ‘build back better’. They no longer even pretend to represent the voters or want they voted for.

dr death
dr death
Feb 8, 2021 5:34 PM
Reply to  Post Hoc

they are using you as a test-bed, all the data collected is then crunched and outcomes formulated.

one could view it as a large scale psychometric audit…
what works is then rolled out on larger populations elsewhere.

we are all lab rats now, that should be obvious, even to the feeble minded. technocracy is just the governors giving the odious egg heads and their computer models free range on the farm…

to them you are merely nutrient agar.

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 11:46 AM
Reply to  Harold

This is a war

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 12:16 PM
Reply to  Harold

This is a fucking nightmare

Judith
Judith
Feb 5, 2021 12:41 PM
Reply to  Harold

That’s astounding Harold. I thought it was bad here in the states. That’s just unbelievable.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
Feb 5, 2021 3:55 PM
Reply to  Harold

I even heard ABC people babbling about people being confused in lockdown if they could leave houses about to be burnt to the ground, the derangement makes me fell like I walked into this song Jefferson Airplane -White Rabbit- – YouTube I used to trip to this song back in 1972, feels like deja vu

Peter
Peter
Feb 5, 2021 5:06 AM

Spam Trap

The spam trap has blocked a post I made.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 4:28 AM

Sorry to steal the spotlight, Keir, but this is important. You’re not.

It’s over 12 months now. Covid has had hold of our lives through the iron grip of docile, paid for politicians and corrupt scientists.

The arguments and debates have raged all over the internet. Social networks have turned a million shelf-stackers and cab drivers into part time virologists and epidemiologist who are copying and pasting every buzz phrase and mem that has a Koch’s postulate in it or anything with ’84’.

Dr Google has an army of student doctors now and poor old Bill gates is down to his last 97 billion because his fact checkers cant keep up with the alternatives to his lies.

So- is it a virus ? OK..if it has left any anti bodies anywhere maybe. If we can actually isolate it- maybe. If we can’t do either it isn’t.

Is it something that is an imitation virus ? A synthetic one ?

Questions :

When i mention Monsanto- what comes to mind apart from Genetically Modified anything and everything ?

When I ask you who we could call Mister Monsanto- who comes to mind ?

When I ask you who is obsessed with vaccines but not educated in medicine- who comes to mind ?

When I ask you to consider what’s been happening in Africa to innocent babies for two generations- what do you imagine ?

So- here’s 25 seconds ( recorded in 2015) to explain the last 12 months that suggests answers to all of the above. This is how to connect the most important dots without getting bogged down in a forest of bullshit :

https://corona-propaganda.de/wp-content/uploads/g2.mp4

Jos
Jos
Feb 5, 2021 6:03 AM
Reply to  JuraCalling

Gates is insane and is not hiding it so why would we accept a vaccine when the motive behind giving it is so clear – we would have to be insane too, wouldn’t we?

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 6:49 AM
Reply to  Jos

The reason this is going on so long is so it becomes a war of attrition. They can’t lose that. If it keeps going we’ll have less and less by way of food, money and meds. We’ll have less and less contact with friends and loved ones. Sheer exhaustion will kick in and when that kicks in we’re ripe for control. We’ll have a mentality of ‘screw it just do it’ at least I’ll have some kind of normal before go’

Ask yourself why so much( most in fact) of the work that goes into this is by behavioural scientists( psychologists in other words).Their findings have had a major impact on the whole game. Scientists, virologists and epidemiologists have delivered nothing but numbers. A psy op is all about the psy.

Gates is classic, text book psychopath. Him, Fauci, and the state leaders all ooze Ponerology from every pore. We are being crushed by an army of political ponerologists and scientific ones. When a scientific ponerology tales power, it’s more than merely a technocracy, it’s a demented Divine Dystopia flying the flag of Science.

I have a video to post within the next two days. If you think this psyop is evil wait til you see the next.

tish
tish
Feb 5, 2021 10:11 PM
Reply to  Jos

oh Gates is sane that is the scary bit

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Feb 6, 2021 11:16 PM
Reply to  tish

Psychopaths are expert at appearing sane. If they weren’t they would not be in power. Besides, isn’t sanity rather subjective? What appears fully sane to Gates and his idiotic followers sure looks like blatant insane to me. Then again, maybe Gates is sane and his worshippers are the insane? At this point it should be obvious though, the insane outnumber the sane, IMHO.

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 10:28 AM
Reply to  JuraCalling

If Keir were in charge, the totalitarianism would be even worse, I suspect. We’d be like Australia.

crank
crank
Feb 5, 2021 4:22 AM

What is the point of this? It is a kind of absurd epitome of British politeness. Even when faced with the most obvious, manipulative and downright evil political manifestation known to world history, we get to read a genteel appeal for correct observance of legal procedure.
I even wonder if Sumption is a put up: there in the public conversation as an escape valve for those few amongst the middle classes who ‘might have some concerns about the over reach of the state’. Why is he given a platform when so many others are silenced ?

Starmer is effectively just another agent, funded by, and employing spies from, the same foreign power that seems to run just about everything. Labour is a zionist party through and through, and its strategists looking at rebranding the party in the guise of nationalist symbols tells you how the establishment now regard the concept of ‘opposition’ (if you hadn’t worked it out yet).

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 12:19 PM
Reply to  crank

Someone posted this on Twitter. Apparently it’s a deleted tweet.. But it means there are people within Government who know that ‘Covid’ is a scam, along with everyone else, but they’re too afraid to speak out
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crank
crank
Feb 5, 2021 2:47 PM
Reply to  Ben

I don’t know anyone within government circles, but I know two people (closely) who work in the NHS and pretty much know what the score is, and as you say, are scared, outnumbered, threatened.
Carl Heneghan spoke about the same phenonenon in academic circles. We all saw it in the 911 debates fifteen years ago.
Spiral of silence.
It’s how the West was won.

Ken Garoo
Ken Garoo
Feb 5, 2021 9:40 PM
Reply to  Ben

The SAGE minutes ceased referring to a pandemic ages ago, probably around the time the March/April event burnt out. They now refer to it as an epidemic. Any legal beagles care to comment on the implications for the continued use of the 1984 Health (aka Enabling) Act?

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 6:48 PM
Reply to  crank

Alex Thomson referred to British politeness (by nasty people) as lying.

Ken Garoo
Ken Garoo
Feb 5, 2021 9:42 PM
Reply to  Arby

“Being economical with the actualité” is the preferred phraseology, if you don’t mind.

image
image
Feb 5, 2021 10:30 PM
Reply to  Arby

can you trust a s special branch operative shill still on duty 

ALEX THOMSON GCHQ officer. UK Column and the British Constitution Group
Brian Gerish Ex Naval intelligence officer 

he endorsed bojo knowing full well his history and bojio is a jew never ever mention by them 
they pushed brexit knowing fully well Nigel past and links to Rothschild he pushed the moslems terrorist knowing for well they was state sponsored that soon dropped for the china psyop at the exact same time the yanks started regurgitating it
he endorses Tommy 10 names he tempted seduce and radicalize the viewers in to thinking conservative where now anti establishment WTF
they got the pedo thing really wrong in the end it was hoax Richie Allen called them out on it he was the only one

what have they got right in they last 4 years nothing but they pushed the Establishment agenda making out there alternative news which they aint

remind us have they ever had s strike on there you tube channel

i repeat ti as it needs repeating
why are people watching military personnel as some form of authority of truth when they got it SO wrong and endorsed the people who are doing what is happening now.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 3:23 AM
  • Behavioural Conditioning. The real normal.
  • Mad scientists- untouched. The same old normal.
  • Genocide and invisible terrorists. Business as usual.
  • People considered cattle or weeds and even maggots. No change.
  • People treated like cattle, weeds and even maggots without hitting back. 



  • MSM labelling the public as imbeciles. The public failing to prove them wrong.

No ‘new normal‘ needed really. 

The elite are happy enough being unhindered in their bulldozing of the human race.

Lets us bow in reverence of the most intimidating ( apparently ) worm that ever evolved

Peter
Peter
Feb 5, 2021 2:18 AM

Jacob Rothschild

I once wrote an open letter to Starmer’s boss Jacob Rothschild. Equally futile, I agree but I at least had the satisfaction of being far less polite. Sadly the forum on which I posted has since shut down.

Ken Garoo
Ken Garoo
Feb 5, 2021 9:46 PM
Reply to  Peter

If you want to put the wind up the Rothschilds, write declaring the loans made by the private, for-profit Bank of England to the UK government, bankrolled by the UK taxpayer, in response to the covid ’emergency’ are now considered odious loans, and subject to repudiation.

ZigZagWanderer
ZigZagWanderer
Feb 5, 2021 1:09 AM

Good letter Eddie … I admire your dedication to Camden Borough and to the idea that we still have some kind of functioning parliament that respects liberty and the rule of law.

Mr. Starmer doesn’t consider either as particularly important and under the new normal has no need for your vote.

Mask up .. shut up .. save the political class.

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Feb 5, 2021 12:55 AM

Starmer has criticized Johnson only for not going far enough with the lockdown. Why are people still conferring legitimacy on folks like him by appealing to them on some legalistic grounds? You really think you can sway them to do the right thing? 🙂

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Feb 5, 2021 12:38 AM

I guess I wouldn’t be as polite. >

Dear Keir Starmer:

I’m just wondering what sort of plans you and your balling buddies have for all the EMPTY buildings, harbor docks, deserted streets, and other vacated premises? I would guess the tax base has somewhat eroded, what with all the people being out of work. I know this is a difficult set of questions. Perhaps your handlers could provide you with an answer soon.

Your’s,
Locked – Loaded, and pissed off.

keith
keith
Feb 5, 2021 12:35 AM

i’m sorry but a year into a genocidal coup means that the article posted here is irrelevant – about as irrelevant to the notion of political left/right divides – ive no more to say on the subject

wardropper
wardropper
Feb 5, 2021 1:57 PM
Reply to  keith

One can see that action, instead of words, is now required.
That said, an open letter is certainly action of a sort, and it’s a good start when the individual writing it has no other effective weapons at his disposal..
People are curious about open letters, and I believe they read them.
I doubt Starmer will read this one, however.
I’m sure he enjoys having subordinate staff who screen him effectively from anything that might upset his mental equilibrium – just like a true Labour man…

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 6:53 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Very well said. As for a barrier between themselves and the people, that’s one of the roles of appointed and self-appointed gatekeepers. There was one UKC show where they looked at that specifically in relation to Boris Johnson. They concluded that he is both kept from the people and vice versa. That tracks. Sure he’s a gangster. But who knows. He just might be influenced, in a good way, a tiny, wee bit by hearing from some member of the public on some covid-related police State measure, especially if that member of the public happened to be a good doctor or a good professional with special knowledge.

wardropper
wardropper
Feb 5, 2021 9:16 PM
Reply to  Arby

Indeed, who knows, Arby?
My fear is that Eton has bred out of him any natural inclination to listen to a member of the public – even a good professional with special knowledge.
From what I have seen, you leave Eton 100% certain that you know everything, and that the world’s good professionals with special knowledge would benefit only from hearing your views on any subject they care to name…

One might think this would create a problem when two or more Etonites meet at a party, both 100% certain that they know everything, but it is actually no problem at all.
They sit down with a nice cocktail and chortle the Eton chortle together as they joke about trivial matters where knowledge and education are entirely irrelevant.

The fate of the human race might even be one of those trivial matters…

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 9:19 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Acknowledged.

dr death
dr death
Feb 8, 2021 5:52 PM
Reply to  wardropper

actually they go on wrecking sprees in fine eateries and burn fifty pound notes in front of tramps whilst chortling about exterminating the poor…

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 12:09 AM

.

Zero covid is the biggest danger to civil liberties and the economy because zero covid is impossible to achieve

Zero covid = zero human rights
Zero covid = zero life
Zero covid = zero future
Zero covid = zero hope

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https://twitter.com/MichaelYeadon3/status/1357473759729512450?s=20

Bored now
Bored now
Feb 5, 2021 6:49 AM
Reply to  Ben

And for those who think Corbyn would’ve reacted any differently to Sir Kier, the above article shared by Ben above states;

“There’s a UK ZeroCovid chapter, which last month hosted its own well-attended online conference; the Scottish government is committed to their campaign, alongside Independent SAGE, British trade unions and Labour MPs such as Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott. Meanwhile, influential Tory MPs like Jeremy Hunt advocate a strategy of “zero infections and elimination of the disease” and routinely refer to the Asian model.”

Sorry to burst your bubble.

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 12:06 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Anyone siding with the zero covid cult is a fascist in my opinion – including St Jeremy Corbyn

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 6:54 PM
Reply to  Ben

I was very sorry to see Richard Burgon falling in with it.

dr death
dr death
Feb 8, 2021 6:48 PM

they will all fall in with it, otherwise they would be falling in with you..

and the prognosis for you isn’t very good ..

long term, it isn’t very good for them either.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:05 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Interesting. I’ve been contacting authors, bloggers and other figures to simply enquire what their position on covid 19 is (and will continue with this, but at my own pace). We should all do that and then tell each other about what we learn, and by extension report to those listening (reading, watching) in, what those influencers (some whom we may have thought of as being productive) are thinking and what we think of what they’re thinking. For example, I think of Peter Phillips as being productive (having written “Giants – The Global Power Elite,” which I quote from all the time). Then I had a disappointing exchange with him which ended with him telling me – out of some kind of spite, it felt like, as I did not ask him about it directly – that he was going to get vaccinated. I passed quite a bit of info to him. He’s a smart guy. Alas, Smart people can be taken along with dumb people. Good (relatively speaking) people can be taken along with bad people. ‘Most’ of the world is being taken right now – by moral, intellectual and spiritual suicide.

fame
fame
Feb 5, 2021 7:13 AM
Reply to  Ben

This was down a bit on the post.
If masks worked you wouldn’t be able to breathe.
https://twitter.com/LozzaFox/status/1357271011692052480?s=20

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 6:59 PM
Reply to  fame

Did you see this in the replies to that tweet?

Masks don’t work. Cloth or branded, there’s 40 years of sci. Viral particles are smaller than lightwave nm, so a perforation is like the grand canyon to them. That’s before we get to vapour. I wear mine to show solidarity. It may remind me to distance. But I know it doesnt work.”

So that idiot, knowing masks don’t work, wears one anyway to show solidarity.

This is the sort of thinking we are up against.

image
image
Feb 4, 2021 11:17 PM
Edith
Edith
Feb 5, 2021 12:10 AM
Reply to  image

Which drug do you think he was on when he made that little speech. Very little reality there

Saint Jimmy
Saint Jimmy
Feb 5, 2021 12:47 AM
Reply to  Edith

I’ll go with cocaine.

Maggie
Maggie
Feb 5, 2021 3:25 PM
Reply to  Saint Jimmy

So do the MP’s:
“One of the areas that displayed the highest levels of residue was in the toilets outside of the Strangers Bar, which is only accessible to members of parliament and high ranking public officials.
(…) Michael Gove admitted to snorting cocaine ‘on several occasions’ during his time as a ‘young journalist’… while Rory Stewart said he had smoked opium at a wedding in Iran. Jeremy Hunt, Dominic Raab and Andrea Leadsom all confirmed they had previously used cannabis, and Sajid Javid denied ever taking any Class A or Class B substances. Front runner Boris Johnson confirmed he had enjoyed several joints, but gave conflicting statements about his cocaine use. He previously admitted to having a ‘solitary line’, although in 2005 during an appearance on BBC’s Have I Got News For You, he joked that he had not actually taken it.
(Except his nasal speech would indicate different)

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/26/traces-of-cocaine-found-throughout-houses-of-parliament-10075256/?ito=cbshare

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 7:03 PM
Reply to  Maggie

MPs and ministers (including the Prime Minister) should undergo random drink and drugs tests.

For alcohol, there should be similar criteria as for driving: if they are too drunk to drive, they are too drunk to pass leglislation.

In any case, quite a few employers impose this sort of thing on their staff nowadays. Why should our “rulers” not get the same treatment?

image
image
Feb 5, 2021 11:01 AM
Reply to  Edith

PM speech to the UN General Assembly: 24 September (equinox) 2019 Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to the 47 UN General Assembly in New York. for 20 minutes
this was 3 minutes snippet of the talk

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:10 PM
Reply to  image

Oh my gosh! I may have seen this. I don’t remember. But I just bookmarked it. It’s excellent. And horrifying. Boris, the gangster, is crazy. He’s evil and loving it. He’s in paradise in this emerging blobal biosecurity police State, along with lesser and greater lights – too many – but their joy will be turned into sorrow soon enough. That’s my belief.

I left the following comment on that BNT channel:

== =
Awful! I’ve bookmarked this. This is a great example of what it means to be a gangster and a powertripper. Boris is among those playing God even though he answers to more powerful false Gods like Bill Gates and Klaus Scwab. They claim to be wise enough to know what our problems are (but they’re not just wrong there; They’re lying) and wise enough to know what the solutions (profitable and designed to enslave the majority) are. In a nutshell, they offer those who they lord it over fake salvation in the form of technology and for-profit Rockefeller health care science (and the most fraudulent part of that system, namely virology). The members of the predator/parasite class are playing God but not imitating him. They are playing God because they like power and because they do ‘not’ like the true God. And by their incredible perversity and cruelty (and attack on God’s standards of justice, mercy, compassion and truth and those who uphold those), they call to God (whose name is Jehovah, however that’s pronounced) to “Bring it!” He will, because he’s a God of love and that’s his plan.
= ==

image
image
Feb 6, 2021 6:50 PM
Reply to  Arby

your a talented writer brilliant comment

Arby
Arby
Feb 6, 2021 9:19 PM
Reply to  image

Thanks! I’m actually a crappy writer outside of what I focus on. But people will never notice. 😉

Schmitz Katze
Schmitz Katze
Feb 4, 2021 10:17 PM

corona-transition.org,

February 4, 2021
Excerpt:

“Querdenkers must die” („Querdenker müssen sterben“) : Posters of a German advertising agency call for violence

In the German town of Göppingen, inflammatory posters are causing a stir. The weekly newspaper Demokratischer Widerstand (Democratic Resistance) announced legal action.

The message could hardly be clearer: “Querdenkers must die” is the slogan of posters currently on display in the German town of Göppingen. Further down, in somewhat smaller print, it then reads, “But not of Corona.” The posters, which implicitly call for violence up to and including murder, have been pasted on advertising pillars, Liftfass columns. You can also see slogans like: “AFD voters must die” or “Tattooed people must die”.

Demokratischer Widerstand announced that it would take legal action against the advertising agency’s highly questionable posters. Anselm Lenz, co-publisher of the newspaper, commented on the posters as follows:

“The game with fear of death and the desire to kill is thus taken to the extreme. Indirectly, there is a call for the murder of opposition members. (It`s) Fascism in its most disgusting pure culture.”

Translated with http://www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

https://corona-transition.org/querdenker-mussen-sterben-plakate-einer-deutschen-werbeagentur-rufen-zu-gewalt

S Cooper
S Cooper
Feb 4, 2021 11:01 PM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

“Isn’t that sweet. The little dweebs want to rumble. They will be at a definite disadvantage with their little tin foil face diapers covering their snouts.”

Maggie
Maggie
Feb 5, 2021 3:29 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

But it’s over now…
“Government figures suggest it is now 0.7 to 1, meaning that, on average, every 10 people infected will pass the virus to between seven and 10 people. Last week’s estimate put the R-number at a range of 0.7 and 1.1, down from 0.8 to 1 the week before, suggesting lockdown measures have been making a difference.

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2021/02/05/uks-r-number-is-now-between-0-7-and-1-14029475/?ico=related-posts?ito=cbshare
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:37 PM
Reply to  Maggie

The R number is rubbish. For it to be useful, you need to create ideal circumstances in which you employ it. In which case, it’s not useful because only a real (evil) God can play with people and people’s lives like chess pieces.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Feb 5, 2021 12:16 AM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

Hello Schmitz Katze: As is the historic case in America, Venezuela, the Ukraine, and other former Nations, no one knows who these “opposition members” are.

The posters could very well be counterintelligence operatives hoping to sucker civilians into civil war. It’s the same formula over and over, thus inspiring governments to turn their treasuries over to surveillance operations and quasi military establishments.

It’s the New World Odor, and it stinks to the high heavens…

Schmitz Katze
Schmitz Katze
Feb 5, 2021 5:00 AM

Hello Paul, you´re right „it“ smells like sulphur.–the control of a small globalist elite will be close to total.

I´ve come across a recently published article on Paul Craig Roberts.orgThe Digital Police State Is Being Institutionalized Throughout the Western World
Implanted “Vaccine Package” ID: Germany’s Parliament Has Ratified GAVI’s Digital “Agenda ID2020”

Similarly, in Switzerland, Agenda ID2020 – an all-electronic ID – linking everything to everything of each individual citizen will come to a popular vote on 7 March 2021. -“
https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2021/02/04/the-digital-police-state-is-being-institutionalized-throughout-the-western-world/

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 5, 2021 7:06 PM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

hmm…doesn’t this sound rather like Blair’s ID card?

And he is now pushing for digital immunity certificates.

Sofia
Sofia
Feb 4, 2021 9:04 PM

There’s more opposition in the Tory party than Labour! They are a lost cause I’m afraid!

Schmitz Katze
Schmitz Katze
Feb 4, 2021 9:00 PM

Meanwhile in in Switzerland

The willingness to get the jab is particularly low among healthcare workers and medical staff.
O.k. this is not only the case in Switzerland. It is interesting however, that contrary to other countries, this meets with the approval of the population
Inserted is a vid. The nurse radiates self-confidence with her well reasoned reservations regarding the jab. „vacination“ and the managing director Patric Bhend of the retirement home also openly shares the skepticism of his employees, saying he is unwilling to pressure them to take the jab.
„it is not even known whether this vaccination will achieve any immunity at all and you can no longer be contagious for others“
and scrolling down the article it´s refreshing to read comments which are largely approving.

SRF news, February 4, 2021

Excerpt
Fear of long-term consequences – many healthcare workers do not want to be vaccinated against Corona“

Only between 40 and 60 percent of healthcare workers in nursing homes want to be vaccinated. One reason: the uncertainty of the long-term consequences. Many employees in retirement and nursing homes do not want to be vaccinated against Corona. Although the vaccination would protect them, many are hesitant.

According to a survey by “10vor10”, the willingness of nursing staff in retirement and nursing homes to be vaccinated varies between 40 and 60 percent nationwide, in some homes it is only 10 percent.

Stephanie Wiederkehr, head of nursing at the Solina retirement and nursing home in Steffisburg (BE), was also very reluctant about the Corona vaccination for a long time: “I was skeptical about the vaccine, because you always talk about long-term consequences that you don’t know yet..“

Translated with http://www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

https://www.srf.ch/news/schweiz/angst-vor-langzeitfolgen-viele-pflegende-wollen-sich-nicht-gegen-corona-impfen-lassen

Brianborou
Brianborou
Feb 4, 2021 9:28 PM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

Ausgezeichnet

Jan J
Jan J
Feb 4, 2021 10:03 PM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

Refreshing to hear normal people make rational choices. Taking a an experimental jab that you do not know the long term effects of, is not a rational thing to do – it’s recklessness with your own body.

Schmitz Katze
Schmitz Katze
Feb 4, 2021 10:25 PM
Reply to  Jan J

I know some doctors and pharmacists in Germany and the NL who see it the same way, but they would never appear on national tv with the self-confidence of their Swiss colleagues

mgeo
mgeo
Feb 5, 2021 5:18 AM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

It makes sense, as they see many old folks dropping dead. More worrying is the much younger people geetting severe reactions, especially after the 2nd. jab.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:44 PM
Reply to  mgeo

I don’t know what the updated numbers are, but they really climbed high fast. The Defender (Children’s Health Defense) a few days ago put the injuries at almost 10,000 (globally?) and deaths at well over 300. I tend to think that whatever numbers they are able to cite, the real figures will be higher. It just makes sense.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:42 PM
Reply to  Schmitz Katze

Get the jab. Immunize the scammers from honest work. You’re obligated! Get with the new biosecurity police State! You no longer have rights (to free speech, your own thoughts and feelings, freedom of association and movement, bodily autonomy) but only obligations. And you’re obliged to get vaccinated (and experimented on with other tech) in the name of national security which also means national health (which means darkness).

Bored now
Bored now
Feb 4, 2021 8:24 PM

Whilst I wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment of this article and I’m aware that Lord Sumption knows the law better than most, I feel you’re wasting your time addressing this letter to SIR Kier Starmer. He’s a shill of the highest order. I believe he was put in place to replace the previous leader of the opposition who may well have kicked up a fuss about the current lawless behaviour of the current government of occupation but I doubt it. One thing is for sure Sir Kier isn’t going to do anything to support the traditional Labour membership. You might as well have addressed your letter to Santa Claus!

Cascadian
Cascadian
Feb 4, 2021 9:27 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Spot on!

Tom
Tom
Feb 4, 2021 10:40 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Jeremy has joined the ‘zero covid‘ cult.

Ben
Ben
Feb 5, 2021 12:11 PM
Reply to  Tom

Shocked and disappointed.. and actually disgusted, if he agrees with a fanatical policy that shuts down millions of healthy people’s human rights based on a fraudulently used test result that declares a single healthy individual to be unwell (Perth, Australia)

David Bishop
David Bishop
Feb 5, 2021 2:17 AM
Reply to  Bored now

I’ll take it a step further.
There is no Labour Party any longer.
British Labour, dead,buried,cremated.

i_left_the_left
i_left_the_left
Feb 5, 2021 8:19 PM
Reply to  David Bishop

Similarly, the Tories no longer represent British voters’ interests, only those of the globalist elite and big pharma. Vote Conservative, get radical green political agenda, build back better ideology, and the most outrageously intrusive state oppression in British history. Forgetting left vs right is now imperative; leftists and populists outside defunct Uk party politics must unite to oppose the Globalist state fascism now destroying the freedom and livelihoods of all British people not on state salaries.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:45 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Gosh! Corbyn was a master of looking like he kicked up fusses! How could he be Piers’s brother?

i_left_the_left
i_left_the_left
Feb 5, 2021 8:10 PM
Reply to  Bored now

Is there any leadership candidate or figure who would again support the traditional Labour membership? I think not, despite the urgency of the problem. Note the irony that, in terms of votes at the last election, the Tories are now the party of the working class. To win them back, Labour will also need a leader who exposes and opposes the huge failure and tyranny of the Johnson administration, and how it has ruined the economy while emerging as the world’s worst performing government against Covid. Talk about sitting duck. Yet Kneel Starmer bravely attacks the government by demanding more restrictions only faster. It’s pretty obvious that the British political class as a whole is endangering the lives and livelihoods of the British people.

Peeweewee
Peeweewee
Feb 4, 2021 8:23 PM

Please don’t beg. Just demand his resignation.

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 4, 2021 8:04 PM

‘Why has the opposition failed to address the misuse of Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984?”

Because it’s 2021 and there isn’t an ‘opposition’. There hasn’t been since Labour allowed Tony Blair to lead them on behalf of the then opposition , the Tory party.

  • * Why was the prospective PM, Johnson, on the run – up to the election he’d had fixed by Cummings, reluctant to capitalise on an opportunity to shine on the series of TV debates. he refused to even show up for one. That’s the alarm bell there. Given his lack of credibility as anything at all, he must have been told the job was already done.
  • * Why, when continually badgered by Corbyn about what his intentions were regarding the NHS did Johnson dodge and misdirect ? 
  • * Why, when asked to share with the public of our great and open democracy, what he had organised in secret( behind locked doors) with Trump and the US, did he try to misdirect, finally caving in and calling the questions ‘lies‘ . How can a question be a lie ? And why did every single MSM journalist fail to pick up on it. Well, we all know now don’t we. It was known in certain Tory quarters that the NHS was going to be very, very different soon after he was snuck into power. There wasn’t going to be one- as Corbyn had hinted time and time again if the Tories got in. Johnson’s ‘friend and scientific adviser’, Vallance, invested £600,000 into Glaxo, Smith, Kline just before that ‘shock election win’ that preceded a ‘shock pandemic’ as promised by Gates ( Glaxo, Smith, Kline’s major funder) 2 years before 
  • * Why, once Corbyn had exposed Johnson and his party for being dishonest, and failing to answer to the electorate, was Corbyn then suddenly faced with a ‘revolt’ within his own party; the largest political party in Europe at that time.
  • * Why wasn’t the fact that Margaret Hodge led the revolt picked up on, given her decades long personal friendship with Tony Blair, who constantly champions all things Bill Gates, all things Israel. Margaret Hodge, who, in the 1980s/90s helped to cover up child abuse in Islington, carried out by politicians and high ranking police officials, who was spared her job and prosecution thanks to Tony Blair. He ‘promoted’ her by creating the position of ‘Minister for Children’. Hodge,( formerly Oppenheimer) is Jewish; Blair is crypto Jewish and pro Tory.The ‘sponatenous’ revolt was due to Corbyn- who had Johnson the ropes, being ‘anti semitic’. ( yawn)
  • * Why , to this day, has no evidence of his anti-semitism emerged ? Why did it clear the way for a a pro- Jewish leader who claims to be an atheist , but is married to a Jew, and only ever gets heated over Jewish issues ?Why, since Starmer, has Labour pre-occupied itself with policing on behalf of Jews and Israel when he was voted in as British politician in the UK ?
  • * Keir Starmer is a globalist; a money man. he cares about human beings as much as Gates and the other billionaire democidal dickheads.

He’s NWO through and through and, as such, has no reason to oppose a Tory policy
Ask Kissinger; ask a Rockerfeller. Don’t ask us.

https://dorseteye.com/what-mystery-organisation-do-sir-keir-starmer-henry-kissinger-and-jeffrey-epstein-have-in-common/

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Feb 4, 2021 9:43 PM
Reply to  JuraCalling

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Peter
Peter
Feb 4, 2021 9:52 PM
Reply to  JuraCalling

Great post.

Edwige
Edwige
Feb 4, 2021 7:13 PM

DM headline: “Britain could vaccinate its way out of lockdown by April 7th”.

7/4/21 = (7+4) x (2+1) = 33.

AngryAngry
AngryAngry
Feb 4, 2021 7:52 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Freemason central the DM. I can’t count how many fake/ occult references, at least 33👌👌👌

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Feb 4, 2021 8:15 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Numerology is FUNNY!

3 – 4 – 7 – 17 – 33

Always being used to signal the SRF & Billionaires entertainment…

Cascadian
Cascadian
Feb 4, 2021 8:17 PM
Reply to  Edwige

And I could win the lottery (another scam).

Cascadian
Cascadian
Feb 4, 2021 9:29 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Wrong – when will you ever understand that 2 + 2 = 5

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Feb 4, 2021 9:48 PM
Reply to  Edwige

last week it was 8 march they are fucking with sheeple

April 7 fools on 4/7

4/7: World Health Day–Day to pray for healing of all those chronically and seriously ill; day to advocate for adequate health care for all. [Day the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) was founded in 1948.]

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Feb 5, 2021 7:06 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Carrot and stick.

Soon as they announce they’re mixing and matching vaccines to see if its any good they give us a light at the end of the tunnel.

It’s meant to stop you asking things like ‘‘how come they said the vaccines were working if they aren’t ”.

Instead the mass will scoot to the streets in search of vaccine stations because the end is in sight if ‘‘we try to vaccine our way out”.

It’s cynical and it smells of operant conditioning. That’s because it is.

ssa7
ssa7
Feb 4, 2021 6:52 PM

Keir “Zombie” Starmer is a weapon in the hands of the Globalist Cabal – just as Barking Boris is. Appealing to Zombie Starmer makes no sense. He is dutifully obeying the instructions of his masters.

i_left_the_left
i_left_the_left
Feb 5, 2021 8:31 PM
Reply to  ssa7

If our crisis is due to British politicians vs British people, then anyone on the left should give up hating Farage and other populist critics of the corrupt establishment and ruling classes. They are vital allies against tyranny and corrupt establishment power, and must be respected, not feared. Whenever leftist Brits attack or insult their own compatriots and patriots as ignorant racists, xenophobes and little Englanders, globalists cheer them on. Divided we fall.

Cascadian
Cascadian
Feb 4, 2021 6:43 PM

Good luck with that one. Don’t hold your breath, it could be life threatening.

IMHO Starmer bears the greatest resemblence to a Mole, at least that is how I viewed his presence in the Labour Party during Corbyn’s time of leadership. When Starmer was voted into party leadership I resigned from the party on the basis that it now no longer supports my social demoncratic beliefs.

Jacques
Jacques
Feb 4, 2021 6:35 PM

I like the picture, no idea where it is, but it reminds me of this bridge in my old Gypsy neighborhood in Prague where I grew up. I used to like walking or jogging through cities, like the brownfields along Canal Lachine in Montreal. These places have amazing genius loci.

I’ve been a city boy par excellence most of my life. I wouldn’t be caught dead in a city now. What a depressing sight. During the day, masked zombies left and right. In the evening, as the time nears the 9 p.m. curfew, life disappears as everybody fucks off home. Depressing.

I won’t be writing to my MP, senator, whatever. If they had the balls to do something, they would have by now. Who knows what makes them toe the line, whether they’re own stupidity, fear of being unpersonned, or complicity. I don’t give a flying monkey.

Cities are prisons, hostile places for the freedom-loving mind. Before, one could fly under the radar in the anonymity of the masses. Now, that’s only possible with the mask on. Too high a price to pay … !

Jos
Jos
Feb 4, 2021 6:53 PM
Reply to  Jacques

It’s Camden Town which was once a vibrant place for young people and a hub of live music and creativity- Amy Winehouse / Madness- I love cities and when they’re buzzing they’re great places to be. Just a few minutes walk from where the picture was taken is Regents Park / Primrose Hill / Hampstead Heath – beautiful green spaces with a long cultural history. This city is being destroyed by the government and the opposition alike. Keir Starmer is a member of the trilateral commission and as such wants the end of our democracy and to destroy our messy, vibrant, anarchic culture and replace it with some kind of serfdom in which we will all ‘own nothing and be happy’ while the billionaires will own what we all had. Look into this billionaires’ boys club and get a sense of what will happen when the psychopaths take over this country and this world because, if they aren’t stopped, this is exactly what will happen.

Jacques
Jacques
Feb 4, 2021 7:23 PM
Reply to  Jos

I guess London must, commensurately more than Prague, suffer from the onslaught of all sorts of dickless gnomes who flock to the city from the world over to use it as a vehicle for their unfulfilled ambitions, to cure their hangups.

Vibrant culture …

I wonder what the likes of Klaus Schwab or Bill Gates or that android Zuckerberg do after a long day of fucking up the world in the office. What sort of things they like. What sort of entertainment they like. Don’t people work to be able to afford fun staff afterwards? Or do they go home to fuck up the world some more? What I mean is that these people are NOT stupid. If they do enjoy some entertainment, arts, they have to understand that if they destroy the scene, if they enslave or kill off people, arts will be gone? Obviously, these bozos think in terms of long period, generations, not just a single lifespan. Don’t they understand that technocratic dystopia would be unlivable for them too? Maybe, I give them too much credit, maybe they don’t.

Jos
Jos
Feb 4, 2021 11:42 PM
Reply to  Jacques

They’re doing a very good job of destroying the arts – no money for music / no live music venues likely for the foreseeable future and ads telling prospective ballet dancers to give it up and get a job in IT. These people screwing over our country are robotic and brain-dead. Watch the Delingpole interview with Patrick Wood for a terrifying view of the day the psychopaths take over the asylum..

Jacques
Jacques
Feb 5, 2021 6:31 AM
Reply to  Jos

I know. I’m a musician. The scene is being destroyed, or has been already.

Sadly, it’s the artists’ fault to some extent too. During the past decades, art has become too much of a commodity, an empty shell. I guess, new art and new artists will have to rise from the ashes of this wholesale destruction – hopefully – and lead the way to modern renaissance …

If not, humankind, or whatever is left of it, will suffocate in the technocratic dullness. Without art, there is no progress, and without progress, there is stagnation, regression, decay, and ultimately extinction. It might seem that enough art has been created in the past to keep the world going, but that’s not true. Art per se is what spearheads progress; it’s not pretty pictures or pleasing music. And we’ve already been recycling art from the past for eons now – that’s actually a big part of today’s problems.

If the worst-case scenario materializes and the technocrats take over the world and ultimately suffocate it with technologies, the one hope true humans have is that the Truth or Greater Good is on our side. Them motherfuckers are darkness, death, destruction, whereas we are light, life, and creativity. When I was a kid, I read an article in a music magazine. It was at a time when synthesizers were taking over instruments and replacing musicians. The writer was predicting a world of monstrous music productions with unreal synthetic sounds and images – the kind of plastic shit world you see today I guess. Meanwhile, he wrote, a little girl in the attic of an old house is playing the piano and singing Yesterday …

Life will prevail, man. I originally come from a country that was subjected to foreign rule for centuries. Culture destroyed, language nearly disappeared. The Age of Darkness, les Tenebres. Yet, people prevailed, rebuilt, and ultimately chased the pricks away. It will happen with this shite sooner or later too.

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 4, 2021 10:10 PM
Reply to  Jacques

Found the same bridge from the other direction:
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: – )

Jacques
Jacques
Feb 5, 2021 6:10 AM

Nice. This was originally a working class neighborhood, later pretty much taken over by Gypsies. But they’ve been crowded out in the last decades. A drummer I used to play with, a gypsy, used to live right next to the bridge. I’d stop by every time I was passing and we’d hang out in one of the bars there. The Gypsy spirit is still in there!

Karry
Karry
Feb 4, 2021 6:26 PM

There’s nothing like banging your head off a brick wall to alter the pain of the migraine.

Keir Starmer has recently hired an Israeli ex-intelligence officer to manage his (Labour?) social media accounts. Obviously nothing to see there.

He also attended a Trilateral Commission meeting in 2017…along with Nicola Sturgeon.

Keir Starmer is Britain’s Joe Biden….

And as for Nicola Sturgeon…well, take a look at what’s happening in Scotland for a masterclass in complete and utter deception…and for how to take over a party. Scotland must be the only country in the world to have been sold to the same bastards twice.

None of them are working for us and the sooner more of us realise it, the better.

kevin
kevin
Feb 4, 2021 6:42 PM
Reply to  Karry

He is a current member of the Trilateral Commission’s European Group.

https://trilateral.org/download/files/TC%20MEMBERSHIP%20LIST%20(MASTER%2016%20JULY%202020).pdf

Karry
Karry
Feb 4, 2021 7:01 PM
Reply to  kevin

That tells you everything you need to know about the ‘Opposition’.

Kamayok
Kamayok
Feb 5, 2021 2:14 AM
Reply to  kevin

Gotta wonder about the membership list. Says it’s current as of May 2020. The only person listed from New Zealand is Mike Moore who was Prime Minister for 59 days (!) in 1990. Mike Moore died in February 2020.

EarlofSuave
EarlofSuave
Feb 5, 2021 9:15 AM
Reply to  Karry

Such a parcel of rogues in a nation!

Plus ça change…

janmarsh
janmarsh
Feb 4, 2021 6:08 PM

Through a freedom of Information request, NHS England tell me they have “NO RECORD OF DEATHS” directly attributed exclusively to Covid-19 for the last year. NHS North Wales more forthcoming 23 deaths, March, 2020 to November, 2020.
I can give you a breakdown of North Wales NHS reply : Region has 3 Acute Hospitals …. Ysbyty Gwynedd 3 deaths, Ysbyty Glan Clwyd 7 deaths, Wrexham Maelor Hospital 13 deaths …. All serving approx. 400,000 population.
All replies to FOI requests are blocked from being copied …. Cannot be pasted. Try it yourself. :
https://www.gov.uk/make-a-freedom-of-information-request

John Milton
John Milton
Feb 4, 2021 8:33 PM
Reply to  janmarsh

Could you copy the FOI question amd response here?

Also, what do you mean foi replies can’t be copied? Copied from where? Your email client?

janmarsh
janmarsh
Feb 4, 2021 10:41 PM
Reply to  John Milton

Dated 23rd December 2020, Unable to forward. I will repeat email reply here:

Dear **** * *****,

Further to your request for information dated 6th December 2020, I am pleased to provide the following response :

Your request and our response :

Please confirm how many deaths, as a direct result of COVID-19, have occurred from 1st March 2020 to 1st December 2020.

Provided in the table below are the number of deaths which occurred in our three main acute hospital sites between 1st March and 30th November 2020, where COVID-19 was given as the only cause of death i.e. with no contributing factors.

( A small table then shows each hospital with it’s own deaths.)

Seems like information came from Chairman and Chief Executive: Swyddfa’r Gweithredwyr / Executives’ Office Ysbyty Gwynedd, Penrhosgarnedd Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2PW Gwefan:

Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Mike Ellwood (Oxon UK)
Feb 4, 2021 9:04 PM
Reply to  janmarsh

Why does that link go via Youtube?

janmarsh
janmarsh
Feb 4, 2021 9:48 PM

I’m posting it everywhere I can.

janmarsh
janmarsh
Feb 4, 2021 11:49 PM

You should notice YouTube comments are also from janmarsh.

Jos
Jos
Feb 4, 2021 11:43 PM
Reply to  janmarsh

No screenshot possible?

janmarsh
janmarsh
Feb 5, 2021 7:22 AM
Reply to  Jos

I have found no restrictions in copying NHS England reply. I’m wondering where I came across being unable to forward. It’s as crude as hell …. No official heading, just ref. number.
I have been told it should be possible to show a copy of more official looking NHS North Wales reply. I will post both later for comparison, if possible.

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Feb 4, 2021 5:53 PM

Rodney The PlonkerRodney you plonker

Peter Jennings
Peter Jennings
Feb 4, 2021 5:48 PM

Don’t hold your breath.
Present day Labour is too busy dealing with genders and social inclusion, to bother with such trifles as fundamental human rights.

Where is the opposition from this new Labour? Did toady blaaar destroy all its credibility and self worth? It seems quite plain to many of us that it is the people who are now deemed by both parties to be the opposition.

These drunken sailors will continue on until they hit a reef, or there’s a mutiny.

Ooink
Ooink
Feb 4, 2021 6:38 PM
Reply to  Peter Jennings

That’s right. It was only a couple of years ago that western Govs around the world were discussing, with a straight face, the rights of 55yo men to use the girls toilets in shopping malls. Most recently it’s been a totally inorganic hysterical frothing at the mouth about evil white patriarchy complete with a policy of eggshell tip toeing lest black people weep uncontrollably because a black man isn’t president of the private corporation of America. Is it any wonder that “covid” policy had been so emphatically and completely…bat shit crazy?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Feb 4, 2021 5:33 PM

Starmer is a lame form of duplicity. How to describe it? A man for his mediocre time.

Imagine a genuine Cold War spy and defector… someone who acted from conviction. A Gordievsky or Bezmenov.

Contrary to what you’ve been told, the West did not have many traitors because it no longer produces men of conviction. Hasn’t done since the time of Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593), 425 years ago. Accommodating reality, facing the facts, pragmatism old boy, has done for conscience.

Bring me my bow was written by William Blake (1757-1827) with tears of longing for a time that did not exist when he lived.

For example, the Cambridge set were built around Victor Rothschild, a man whose family acquired Caspian oil fields under the Tsar and had a vested interest in the Bolshevik era. Soviet spy? Gimme a break.

Philby likewise. The British are lavishly duped. One can only imagine Kim Philby to be a Soviet spy if one ignores that his father was a double agent for the Sauds and his grandfather an ally of what would become the Bolsheviks. Philby was compromised going back two generations. Triple as double could be.

Double cross is the British system going back to WW2 if not earlier, as the researcher David Hawkins explains on CrowdSourceTheTruth.

Here you can see that all the history you have been asked to imbibe is a version of events

“Asked if Hermann Abs’ honorary status in the new group would inspire those developing nations seeking economic guidance, officials of the Center indicated it would be best if his record before 1945 were ignored and emphasis placed on his more recent activities in Asia. It was also pointed out that Robert R. Nathan, a liberal economist who aided Israeli development, and Charles Malik, an Arab statesman, would serve on the same council with Mr. Abs and that their political views might not be shared by all participating nations.”

https://www.jta.org/1961/06/21/archive/hermann-abs-leading-nazi-banker-honored-by-world-exhibit-group

The plain truth is that the West was no more against the Bolsheviks than the Nazis were against the Zionists. They worked together and still do.

This crucial character Abs, head of Deutsche Bank, ally of Hitler’s banker Hjalmar Schacht, was the founder of what would become the World Economic Forum. See my earlier post.

If you can acknowledge and absorb that reality, then you have a chance to see where The Great Reset is coming from and resist it.

On the other hand, if you feel obliged not to question what your teacher taught you at 12 years old, and you cannot conceive of duplicity at any level… ride on, my friend, into the heat.

Philippe
Philippe
Feb 4, 2021 8:25 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I don’t know if you’ve listened to this:https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-j7s3c-f9508d

If not, it is worth the time.

“James talks again to Patrick Wood (author of Technocracy Rising) about the Great Reset: why it’s happening, how dangerous is it, who are the key players, how close is it to fruition, how scared should we be…”

I’ve heard lots of stuff re how covid is a scam. I’ve also heard some stuff regarding where we are heading (Catherine Austin Fitts et al), but this interview (between James Delingpole and Patrick Wood) provides a lot of detail on how we got here. I found it really interesting.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:53 PM
Reply to  Philippe

The UKC presenters talk about that. I may have forgot to look it up. Thanks!

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Feb 6, 2021 5:49 AM
Reply to  Philippe

Thanks, Philippe. So good I took notes!

There’s also a three-part interview Patrick M Wood did with Richard Grove of Tragedy & Hope back in 2015. More relevant than ever.

https://off-guardian.org/2021/02/05/you-never-know/#comment-316619

Bored Now
Bored Now
Feb 4, 2021 8:32 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Great point Moneycircus! And who was chief prosecutor for the British at the Nuremberg trials? None other than Hartley Shawcross, childhood friend of Herman Abs who sat on the board of the only 2 French banks that we’re allowed to continue trading as normal during the Nazi occupation of France. It’s a small world eh?

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Feb 4, 2021 9:01 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Twelve years old, or maybe younger. The people in British politics remind me of characters from the Beano and Dandy comics. Thinking about it, the only interesting thing I’ve ever found in newspapers was the cartoons: the nearest thing to real life in them. I’ve just seen Biden’s 300 Americans video ?!*¶ What do his supporters see and hear there? How can anyone anywhere vote for that? It’s beyond insane. “Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall”

Seamus Padraig
Seamus Padraig
Feb 5, 2021 6:11 AM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

We didn’t vote for Biden. It was a selection, not an election. 🙁

Edwige
Edwige
Feb 4, 2021 5:01 PM

Dear Eddie,
Are you some sort of Trump-supporting insurrectionist or something?

Insincerely, Keir Starmer (but you can call me Your Lordship)

fame
fame
Feb 4, 2021 4:56 PM

NOBODY IS SAFE until Gates, Schwab and Co. are terminally vaccinated.

Cascadian
Cascadian
Feb 4, 2021 8:15 PM
Reply to  fame

With an 8mm hollow point full metal jacketed lead needle?

fame
fame
Feb 5, 2021 8:29 AM
Reply to  Cascadian

Micro-needle poison pies in the faces.
But lets not limit ourselves by the method only the results

George Mc
George Mc
Feb 4, 2021 4:44 PM

An open letter to Keir Starmer? You may as well write an open letter to Postman Pat.

Annette
Annette
Feb 4, 2021 5:28 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Yes indeed! Anyhow they are just puppets. But it has happened that puppets have tried to regain some autonomy and tried to go against orders. Some lurking humanity, some feeling for their fellow countrymen or their land… But these are petty politicians, not dictators or tyrants, who you might say have some personality, some courage. Petty people are the worst, what in French are called “minables”. They have risen simply by obeying and being puppets. Usually they’re not children who shine, who attract your attention, either by their intelligence, or their leadership, or even their naughtiness, and evidently not by their kindness or charm, and so on. In fact as children they’re not great successes. They may get good results, but with real effort, not because of brains. They may even not be liked by fellow children, belittled by them… Resentment grows. A feeling of “Ill show them”. They evidently never consider that the issue lies in them, and if they changed their own selves, they’d have a different perspective on life, and automatically the love and respect of their peers.
So then the compromises begin… They spot the teacher who is a mediocrity but powerful. Try to become their favourite, possibly tell on other children, spy on them…

Now Im not saying I know that such and such politician was like that as a child (though someone who knows the family of a head of State of Europe and details of their childhood, during a party a party couple of years ago, was implying all this. She gave great details. Unfortunately I wasnt then interested, so didnt pay attention. Just a general feeling that remained from her ramblings). Just imagining! Or I have some vague feeling that Ive read this in a novel describing the “minable” who went on to gain power and mistreat the people.

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Feb 4, 2021 4:31 PM

Impuerile Collage

I would rather go to bed
With the Manson family
Than have Kill Bill Bates
As a benefactor
Impuerile Collage
You are psychotic
With your black-box stats
That kowtow to an
Ancient millennial death-cult
No ethical empathy
Just cull cull cull
Vax vax vax
Vaccination to be another killing moon
Of psychosoft giftig
I am told ‘to get real’
Or ‘they have done a good job on you’
Fuck far out
How short-sighted
And arrogant your friendship appears to be
Blinded by the light
Pixelated crenulated
Perception is everything
And ours is well and falsely forged
Up is down and black is white
Ignorance is strength
War is peace
All scientifically proven
Manipulated and gagged
Into a ridiculous house-arrest
Who cares?
I have a beautiful pixel prison
The colours are so very bright

The powers that be
The puppets that usurp
Tweedledum and
Tweedledee
What an Impuerile Collage

Patrick
Patrick
Feb 4, 2021 5:23 PM

Good poem!

DomoebaMalingera
DomoebaMalingera
Feb 4, 2021 8:26 PM
Reply to  Patrick

Thank you!

Peter
Peter
Feb 4, 2021 10:06 PM

Poor Charles Manson was innocent. It is most likely that Polanski organised the murders. Remember it was the convid peddling press that convicted that unfortunate patsy.

Peter Abraham
Peter Abraham
Feb 7, 2021 1:29 AM
Reply to  Peter

Downvoted

As I write this post has been downvoted 3:1.
I’d like to ask those who voted against what hard forensic evidence they have against Manson. Merely regurgitating media lies is insufficient.

Maxwell
Maxwell
Feb 4, 2021 4:31 PM

NHS whistleblower on vaccine adverse reactions in care homes. This was originally from UK Column- does someone have that link:

https://twitter.com/PaulusWyns/status/1357176025252171777

Sid
Sid
Feb 5, 2021 9:19 AM
Reply to  Maxwell

There wasn’t an article, as far as I know. It was featured in their news programme dated 1st Feb.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Feb 4, 2021 3:54 PM

“A productive course of action might be for the public to disable and make inoperable as many intrusive street spy cams and gestapo vehicles (start with the tires, the tires) as they can. An oppressor that is blind and unable to move, is less an oppressor. Mr/Ms Gestapo is not ones friend.”

“This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.”

~ Frederick Douglas, 1857.

Davem
Davem
Feb 4, 2021 3:42 PM

Starmer is a sick joke.

He wanted Assange done as bad as the Yanks.
He’s the elite’s shoe-in to delete any ‘leftist’ tendency in the party. He offers nothing to the ‘red wallers’…
And the dumb unions go along with this covid crap.

Sunface
Sunface
Feb 4, 2021 4:23 PM
Reply to  Davem

As do the dumb religious instituions

Shardlake
Shardlake
Feb 4, 2021 4:34 PM
Reply to  Davem

If Keir Starmer is a joke then I’m not laughing and I very much doubt Julian Assange is either. I wrote the transcript below to him eleven months ago to which I am still awaiting a courteous response :

Dear Sir Keir :

I would like to bring to your attention my concern at the plight of Julian Assange who is currently being unnecessarily held in maximum security conditions at HMP Belmarsh and resisting extradition to the United States of America. Mr Assange has served a full term of imprisonment in HMP Belmarsh for not answering his bail conditions and taking asylum in the Ecuadorean Embassy in his distressed attempt to avoid an envisaged extradition from Sweden to the USA. Swedish authorities have since dropped all charges and enquiries giving weight to speculation it was an American ruse to have him delivered into US custody.

I have to say to you that Mr Assange has committed no crime in the United States of America that would warrant his extradition and the current treaty between London and Washington is being abused by President Trump as nothing more than an act of revenge for Mr Assange publishing war crimes committed by US armed forces during the war in Iraq. Mr Assange published a video, among other publications, of a US helicopter gunship shooting and killing innocent civilians including children and two Reuters correspondents while the accompanying audio recording heard the helicopter crew and its command centre treating the incident with mirth and like a video game. No US serviceman has been held to account for this war crime.

You are on record as having stated to the Huffington Post that the extradition system was ‘very good’ and that judges in no-jury courts should be left alone to do their job. I earnestly urge you to review the assessment you expressed that was reported on February 25th, 2020, because at that time you would not have had the benefit of enlightenment that followed in the four days of court hearing procedures that took place at Woolwich Crown Court.

If you are unaware I want you to know of the privations Mr Assange is experiencing. On February 25th, he was strip searched twice, handcuffed eleven times, moved between five different cells and had his legal papers removed from him by the prison authorities.

Mr Assange’s appearance before Judge Baraitser is from a bullet-proof glass booth at the back of the courtroom where he unable to properly hear the proceedings against him. He has been prevented  to pass notes or instructions to his legal team. There is no reason for Mr Assange to be in that glass box, but Judge Baraitser has resisted all attempts by his legal team to have him sit in the body of the court with his attorneys. This is an abuse of Mr Assange’s human rights and the hearings in this British court are unfair to a presumed innocent man, therefore natural justice is being corrupted

During the four days of the hearing Mr Assange and his legal team have been subjected to the most biased responses from the appointed magistrate, Vanessa Baraitser, that leaving this particular judge to conduct the hearing without the checks and balances in place is a travesty of natural justice and as a senior lawyer yourself, I know you would not be seen to countenance.

Jeremy Corbyn brought the issue of the current extradition treaty to the attention of the Prime Minister whose response was an admittance that the current treaty was unbalanced. I want you in your pursuance of the leadership bid to raise Mr Assange’s case in any hustings speech or appropriate opportunity and be the first of the three candidates so to do. My understanding is that Conservative David Davis MP has pointed out that the current treaty has resulted in some 200 people being extradited from the UK to the USA, yet only 11 individuals from the USA to Britain. By no stretch of any imagination can that be considered equitable. 

In this regard I want you to raise the issue with the appropriate minister in the House of Commons and publicly ask what the 200 extraditions to the USA represented as a total of the applications made and conversely the same question for the number of the 11 extraditions from the USA to the UK.

I should not have to remind you that the Dunne/Sacoolas case supports my contention that the extradition treaty between our nations is not as you contend, a good one. Your sentiments regarding those who support Mr Assange’s resistance to extradition give succour to President Trump’s position and do not bode well for the British electorate, many of whom will soon be voting to choose the next Leader of the Opposition and potential Prime Minister.

Your expressed view that Mr Assange’s supporters are saying it’s a conspiracy are either missing the point because it is an independent judge-made decision or they are implying that our High Court judiciary is corrupt is plainly wrong. None of Mr Assange’s supporters contend it’s a conspiracy. The plain facts are that the evidence on which the Trump administration seeks to extradite Mr Assange is for publishing anti war material,  it formed a fulcrum of the case declared by the US prosecution every day during the extradition hearings. Mr Assange’s incarceration and treatment in court is serving as warning to other journalists that similar publications will receive similar abuse.

In your personal quest to become Leader of the Opposition you will be seeking the support of those on the left of the Labour Party while at the same time adopting a most right wing and conservative position possible. How do you suppose Labour Party members and supporters will view a prospective leader of a seemingly compliant right leaning, Conservative government supporting, Labour Party Leader should your election come to fruition ?

I ask you to please review the accounts Craig Murray has published through his daily attendance of the hearings on his blog/website (craigmurray.org.uk) and seriously reconsider your view that the extradition treaty the UK has with the USA is a good one. I have always believed you to be sincere in your views, but in respect of what I have written to you above you are clearly misguided. In the event of any extradition of Mr Assange to the USA by this Trump administration compliant Conservative government you will be seen as being complicit in that injustice and will certainly bury the reputation you have crafted throughout your professional career as a lawyer and statesman.

Needless to say again my correspondence went ignored – not even an acknowledgement of receipt. I wanted OG readers to really understand that Sir Keir appears not to respect the opinions and wishes of his potential supporters and voters. I tried to lay out a case for him to support Mr Assange or, at least, raise his case in the Commons as is expected by an Opposition Leader. I wrote a similar plea to the current shadow Home Secretary for him to take Ms Patel to account – again, with no response. We simply have no effective Opposition in Parliament.

I reproduced my letter to him to again remind people of Mr Assange’s continuing plight.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Feb 4, 2021 6:28 PM
Reply to  Shardlake

Indeed we have no effective opposition in Paedominster. Just the tories and the tory-lites of ex-Labour. Something approaching half the British electorate is disenfranchised in the Paedominster parliament. All the more reason for the other national parliaments in Britain to press steadily towards independence, and the FOSCOE – the foreign-occupied six counties of Eire – to move towards re-union with their proper state.Roll on the death of the ukstate!

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Feb 4, 2021 6:32 PM

PS: That sentiment would have been seen as simply the dotty ramblings of a loony geriatric ten years ago, wouldn’t it? But still, now…? Or more realistically prophetic…?

Ooink
Ooink
Feb 4, 2021 6:52 PM
Reply to  Shardlake

Assange committed subversive international espionage crimes working for foreign departments regardless of how ‘feel good’ his motives are made to appear. The private corporation of America are trying to run a business. And they’d like to see him locked up, at the very least. Not so much for the embarrassment and leaking of material…but for working for foreign subversion groups whose aim it is to destroy and weaken America. Let’s see the dirt under the fingernails of EVERY world State and every intelligence agency. And let’s stop treating Assange, the dupe, like some kind of towering moral champion. He got used. Probably ‘compromised’ He was dumb.

Shardlake
Shardlake
Feb 5, 2021 10:14 AM
Reply to  Ooink

Thank you for taking the time to respond, it is more than I received from Sir Keir and his shadow Home Secretary although I couldn’t detect any evidenced-based material from your response that Mr Assange was employed by any foreign department or group. How do you think the private corporation of America would react to you setting up business as a competitor to their own police forces in the USA as a hired killer to murder innocents on their streets ?

I would have preferred, as I suppose other Off-Guardian readers might, that you would have taken me to task on the individual aspects of my letter to Sir Keir to show me where I was in error. I’m grateful to the OG for kindly permitting me to reproduce it here on its website and to show how much Sir Keir (as a lawyer and politician) is concerned about Mr Assange’s continued predicament.

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 8:02 PM
Reply to  Ooink

You have to make your case. No one’s perfect. (Where’s Wikileaks on the covid 19 pandemic hoax while I’m at it?) Subversive international espionage crimes (Did you leave out a dozen adjectives?)? Against police State governments? Against blood-spilling, terrorist, utterly destructive police State governments?

Arby
Arby
Feb 5, 2021 7:59 PM
Reply to  Shardlake

You get an A for effort. As for Craig Murray, I have lost all respect for him. I wish he’d go self-isolate until Armageddon takes him.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Feb 4, 2021 4:40 PM
Reply to  Davem

“Oh Joy, the Labour Party now has Dudley Do Wrong as its head.”
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gordan
gordan
Feb 4, 2021 7:54 PM
Reply to  Davem

why the dumb
why not just call them
all scripted corporate
agents

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Feb 4, 2021 3:36 PM

Simple… Scoundrels and Fraudsters in office MUST OBEY the orders of the SRF & Billionaires.

We just enjoy to keep pretending that we live in a “democracy”!

Keep up… It’s working wonderfully.

image
image
Feb 4, 2021 5:58 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

what happen to that mag you used to flog ?didn’t it used to sell the other party as heroes and the ones to vote for  sponsored by the SRF & Billionaires.
did the on;line mag stop since trump enchantment wore of.?

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Feb 4, 2021 6:12 PM
Reply to  image

C’mon moron slave… Try again!

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image
Feb 4, 2021 6:51 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

my bag it was a poster called Voxi Pop

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Feb 4, 2021 8:16 PM
Reply to  image

good for you!