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Government Abuse
Fascist Scottish Government wants to make emergency ‘Covid’ powers permanent (That has been the plan from the start and the same everywhere). As I’ve said since all this began: It doesn’t end until WE end it

Nicola Sturgeon’s ministers have been accused of being unwilling to give up their control over Scots’ lives after unveiling “dangerous” plans to make their emergency Covid powers permanent and more wide-ranging.
John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister, unveiled a public consultation on removing the March 2022 expiry date for a host of extraordinary powers, including the ability to impose lockdowns, close schools and require people to wear face coverings.
Controversial rules allowing more prisoners to be released early could also be extended, along with the wider use of fines as an alternative to prosecution.
Mr Swinney insisted measures that were no longer needed would be removed, but argued those with “demonstrable benefit to the people of Scotland” should be retained for use against Covid or anything else deemed a public health threat.
He argued the consultation was “an opportunity to maintain changes that have been welcomed by people who now don’t want to lose transformations that have been innovative” during the pandemic.
Unease over ‘sweeping powers’
However, the Scottish Tories questioned why the SNP government needed to retain the unprecedented powers when restrictions had been eased following the success of the UK’s vaccination programme.
Murdo Fraser, their shadow Covid recovery secretary, said the move would allow SNP ministers to impose “sweeping powers upon society on a whim” and accused them of sneaking out the consultation while Holyrood was in recess.

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Midazolam was used to prematurely end the lives of thousands who you were told had died of Covid-19 and we can prove it; here’s the evidence…

In March 2020 the British people were told that they must “stay at home” in order to “protect the NHS” and “save lives”. They were also told that the authorities needed just “three weeks to flatten the curve”.

Why were the British people instructed to stay at home? Because of the threat of a new and emerging virus which we’re told originated in the city of Wuhan, China. A virus which has claimed the lives of 128,000 to date in the United Kingdom, or so we’re told.

But what if we could prove to you that you’ve given up fifteen months and counting of your life due to a lie? But not just any lie, a lie that has involved prematurely ending the lives of thousands upon thousands of people, who you were told died of Covid-19. A lie that has involved committing one of the greatest crimes against humanity in living memory. A lie that has required three things – fear, your compliance, and a drug known as Midazolam.

Psychopath Midazolam killer Matt Hancock to have personal WhatsApp and emails searched in court battle over ‘Covid’ test contracts he awarded as Health Secretary

Matt Hancock is to have his personal emails and WhatsApp messages searched as part of a legal battle over millions of pounds’ worth of antibody test contracts handed out during the coronavirus pandemic.
A High Court judge ordered that both the former health secretary’s government and non-government communications used for Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) business should be searched for relevant material.
The proceedings were brought against the DHSC by the Good Law Project, who claim that more than £80m in contracts were awarded unlawfully. The legal campaign group say that Abingdon Health received three contracts in April, June and August 2020 that were not published until October.
The Good Law Project also claim that the contracts were awarded secretly and directly to Abingdon Health without advertisement or competition and that they “comprise very substantial unlawful public subsidies”.
Mr Hancock has denied any wrongdoing, insisting that he was not involved in the awarding of the contracts and that they were approved through formal processes.
Petitioning the High Court to order a search of the former health secretary’s “non-government communication systems” — which is believed to include WhatsApps — Good Law Project barrister Joseph Barrett said that Mr Hancock was the “ultimate decision-maker” in awarding the contracts and that he had used multiple personal email accounts for government business.

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Overwhelming Evidence of Midazolam Murders By Government Policy -

When the British people know the truth about the Midazolam murders and that those crimes were the result of government policy that is tantamount to targeted euthanasia, which is still a crime in this country, there will be nowhere for the Four Horsemen of COVID-1984 and their army of accomplices in white coats to hide from justice.

In relation to which I will elaborate by way of this PCP update, in an attempt to convey in words the indescribable, gut-wrenching horrors of the prima facie evidence we have now assimilated into PUB’s Private Criminal Prosecution against everybody in the murderous Midazolam supply chain, which we will lay in a Magistrates Court at the earliest opportunity.

For the purposes of which, please watch the short video below, whether you’ve already seen it or not, so that you can fully appreciate the deservedly precarious positions which each of the defendants now finds themselves in…

Systematically kill thousands of old people to manufacture the ‘Covid first wave’ and shag your aide and this is the reward you get: Hancock named a United Nations special envoy (with special responsibility for killing old people)

Former health secretary Matt Hancock has been named as a United Nations special envoy.
The ex-minister said the job would focus on helping Africa’s economy recover from Covid.
It comes four months after Mr Hancock resigned from his cabinet post for breaking social distancing guidelines by kissing a colleague.
“Honoured to be appointed United Nations Special Representative,” he tweeted.
“I’ll be working with the UN and UN Economic Commission for Africa to help African economic recovery from the pandemic and promote sustainable development.”
The MP, who resigned from government in July, posted a letter online in which Under Secretary General of the UN, Vera Songwe, praised his “success” in tackling the UK’s pandemic response. [size=12]Ms Songwe said the “acceleration of vaccines that has led the UK move faster towards economic recovery is one testament to the strengths that you will bring to this role, together with your fiscal and monetary experience”.

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Heat pumps are one of the biggest cons I have seen and Johnson’s £5k grants to householders to install them is doomed to fail, writes construction expert Roger Bisby – Ah, but it’s not about whether they work. It’s about whether Gates and the Cult want them

Having started my working life as an apprentice plumber aged 16, run my own building company for almost 30 years and then appeared as an expert on TV shows from the BBC’s Rogue Traders to House Of Horrors on ITV, I thought I’d seen it all when it came to the building trade.
But even I have been unprepared by the scale of opposition to the heat pumps that the Government is so keen to make us all fit in our homes, having ripped out our gas boilers first.
On the building advice website that I now run, I have been deluged by unhappy customers who were persuaded to install heat pumps (which are either ground source or air source, depending on design) but who bitterly regretted their decision.
One told me that he bought a new-build house which had an air source heat pump installed.
The customer’s bills were similar to those from the gas boilers they had before: But now they pay an extra £450 a year for service and maintenance if something goes wrong – as it frequently does.
Read More: Heat pumps are one of the biggest cons I have seen and Boris’s £5k grants to householders to install heat them is doomed to fail
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