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Lock Downs and Shut Downs
Ireland To Impose 6-Week National Lockdown, Estimates 150,000 Job Losses

As Famine Conditions Spread, American Farmers Must Be Unleashed -

During the lock-downs is an ideal opportunity for people to get the things done that they could not get around to when they were supposedly working normally, so many have been sitting back and watching net-fliks and standing still it seems.

As we all know the furlow is or has already come to an end, yet the lockdowns continue, this is pure Pavlovian in nature which is using the furlow/hand outs in the name of the king governance, this reminds me of the scene from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, where the child catcher is ticing the children out of hiding with free lollypops and ice cream, see the new street warden dressed in black with his long brown nose seeking out those who break the governments rules, reverse the scene and you have what we many are calling the new normal.


And the lock-downs and the ten o clock kerfew is akin treating us like children, AKA, the childs nursery rhym, We Willy Winky, where all the drinkers have to be out of the pubs and back in their homes by 10.01 otherwise corony will get you.

We are being pulled apart from every direction and so many simply cannot see how its being done, through fear and going without that which they think they will die without it, loolpops/Ferlow and Kerfew/Corony.
‘Syndemic’ COVID-20 Needs ‘Social Vaccine’ As Global Food Shortage Begins -

Lockdown Skeptic Richard Madeley does not trust the BBC’s Coverage of the Pandemic -

Scousers will lead the new peasants’ revolt against the lockdown scam
By Sean Walsh

It is not controversial, I hope, to point out that this Government has exploited epidemiological uncertainty in service of the usual thing governments want: more power. The tedious description of the current power grab is to claim that the state has “distilled power from fear”.  It is difficult to disagree with that. But it is only half the story.
We need to point out the corollary: that the public has allowed itself to become fearful. We have become like the victim of Stockholm Syndrome who colluded in her original abduction. This Government scared us into these dystopian restrictions because we allowed it to: we need to take responsibility for that. If you live in fear, then you are morally culpable.
I am sorry if that seems harsh.
Actually: I am not sorry at all.
The distortions of this Government are there in plain sight: from the obvious, and deliberate,  generation of “false positives” when it comes to testing; to the insistence that Covid-19 is the only logically available cause of death when it comes to relevant certification; from the assumption that when you contract C-19 in hospital you count as a Covid “admission”; to the absurd protocol that when you give up the queue in a testing centre you are recorded as a positive “case”.
Aristotle pointed out that we have obligations of feeling as well as of action. To be a virtuous person requires an unrelenting and systematic interrogation of how we “feel” when we are confronted with a rubbish situation. There is nothing, necessarily, wrong with being scared – provided you can justify the fear. And there is an obligation on you to develop habits of response which sacrifice vice at the altar of virtue.
This is not what is happening in the UK at the moment. People are not questioning their fear – they are indulging it. We are not pointing at the statistics that are scaring us and pointing out that they are rubbish.
The public is not discharging its “obligation of feeling”.
Nor are we recognising our obligations of benign disobedience.
It is not axiomatically true that we must obey what governments tell us to do. In fact, there are situations in which it becomes morally obligatory to push back. Normally, in a democracy, these situations do not arise. Exceptionally, however, some form of “push back” becomes obligatory. If a law is unjust then to follow it – simply because it is the law – is morally offensive.
What makes a law unjust? Here is one way: when people have not consented to it. The Government since March has used the “sock puppet” Corona Act to disguise the fact that its egregious intrusions into our lives have been constructed behind the veil of the Public Health Act of 1984 (yes, really).  We currently have rule by statutory instrument, where we should have government by consent.
The Government has forgotten that it is not elected but that it is formed: from people who are elected. It has exploited the constitutional eccentricities of the UK system – the strange co-mingling of the executive with the legislature – and has thereby distorted the chain of consent that normally would lead from voter to Minister.
In these circumstances, it is perfectly defensible to withhold consent to the Pavlovian authoritarianism of the current Covid Secretary. In fact, it is probably obligatory.
My native city is Liverpool. I do not get back there as often as I would like. But I am in touch. The Government justification for placing my relatives into Tier 3 is, shall we say, “inconclusive”. I expect and hope that they will channel the impeccable creative spirit of that city to come up with benign and humorous forms of disobedience. And that Liverpool will lead a good-humoured and condign path out of the current nonsense.
I am more than confident. We Scousers are not easily scammed. And the Government is attempting to scam the nation.
Interview with an NHS Nurse: “Where’s the challenge? Where’s the crisis? Where’s this Covid?”

Today’s newsletter is a special edition featuring an exclusive interview with a nurse who worked in an NHS hospital throughout the pandemic and says she has never had so little to do. Now she feels compelled to speak out against the “most wilful of lies” she has witnessed, in the hope that “such a grave miscarriage of justice for health can never be allowed to happen again”.

Church service getting bust....

Gates script-reader Vallance calls for second lockdown – ‘second wave could be deadlier than the first’. So what’s in the script that you’re not telling us Vallance? These (calculated) incompetents Whitty, Ferguson and Vallance have destroyed the country and millions of lives and they’re still quoted as ‘experts’?

The government’s scientific advisers are urging the Prime Minister to prepare for a second wave of coronavirus that has a lower daily death toll but which lasts for a longer period of time – making it more deadly overall, it has been claimed.
Now SAGE scientists including chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance are pushing for stricter lockdown rules that apply nationwide and argue that the whole country will have to be put under the strictest restrictions by mid-December.
The forecast being circulated through Whitehall predicts deaths will hit 500 a day and 25,000 people could be in hospital with the virus by the end of November, causing Britain’s Covid curve to look like a ‘lampshade’. It comes after the UK’s death toll passed 60,000 yesterday and the country recorded 357 more deaths. 
A source told the Telegraph: ‘It’s going to be worse this time, more deaths. That is the projection that has been put in front of the Prime Minister, and he is now being put under a lot of pressure to lock down again.’ While another told the Sun: ‘The latest Sage numbers are utterly bleak.’

Read More: SAGE scientists predict coronavirus second wave ‘could be deadlier than the first’ with a ‘lower but longer’ peak

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