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|Posted: Sun Oct 04, 2020 9:23 am Post subject: FORSYTH SAYS BORIS A SERVANT OF INCOMPETENT SCIENTISTS
|Boris Johnson has become the servant of incompetent scientists, says FREDERICK FORSYTH (link).
‘At the optimum end is the elective parliamentary democracy, which Britain once was. At the worst end is the ruthless dictatorship into which we are slowly converting, weirdly, with the shivering consent of an apparent majority of our people. In this transformation there are always five steps’.
The community taking over all the arms of government is always numerically tiny. Stage two is the creation of a nationwide campaign of fear or terror. This pan-national fear was gifted to those now ruling us in the arrival from the Orient of a disease called Covid-19’.
‘Though little understood at first, it has now become plain that Covid, though of blisteringly fast contagion, has a very low lethality rate, but too late’.
‘Stage Three. When people are badly frightened they’re extremely gullible. They will believe whatever they are told. We have all lived through seven months of unrelenting propaganda on radio, TV, speeches from on high and placards and the press to convince us that death stalks at our side. Figures are cooked, statistics cobbled, research stultified, to endorse the death-is-everywhere message’.
‘Out of this comes Four – the assurance from the tiny group that they and only they can save us from a horrible fate, but only if we all abide by and obey a tidal wave of rules and regulations – no matter if these destroy the nation we once knew and loved. Fear, deliberately inspired fear, rules supreme’.
‘There will always be dissenters, who must be dealt with, as I witnessed years ago in my year in East Berlin. We have just witnessed the imposition of Stage Five – creation of a sort of secret police to spy, pounce and punish. Back then it was estimated a full third of East Germans spied on and informed on neighbours for the Stasi. This Boris Johnson has now encouraged us to adopt as a lifestyle’.
‘He has created the untrained army of Covid marshals and threatened that he will use the police and the army, created and sworn to protect us, to persecute us. That is why I can now no longer, ever again, under any circumstances, vote for him’.
‘He has become, by his own volition, the obedient servant of a blitheringly incompetent corps of pseudo-scientists whose only record is of having got everything wrong and equally useless bureaucrats who have spent many billions of our money failing to set up even a moderately usable test-and-trace regime’.
‘Thousands of offers of help from some of the most successful private-sector sources in Europe have been contemptuously rebuffed, often with their calls not even given the courtesy of an answer’.
‘Of this be certain: unless our elected parliamentarians, who listen to their constituents, act and act fast the tyranny of our new and useless masters will never be broken. But broken it must be if we are ever to be a free people again’.
Masks, false safety and real dangers, Part 1: Friable mask particulate and lung vulnerability (not yet peer reviewed, link).
‘There is no biological history of mass masking until the current era. It is important to consider possible outcomes of this society-wide experiment. The consequences to the health of individuals is as yet unknown. Masked individuals have measurably higher inspiratory flow than non-masked individuals. This study is of new masks removed from manufacturer packaging, as well as a laundered cloth mask, examined microscopically. Loose particulate was seen on each type of mask. Also, tight and loose fibers were seen on each type of mask. If every foreign particle and every fiber in every facemask is always secure and not detachable by airflow, then there should be no risk of inhalation of such particles and fibers. However, if even a small portion of mask fibers is detachable by inspiratory airflow, or if there is debris in mask manufacture or packaging or handling, then there is the possibility of not only entry of foreign material to the airways, but also entry to deep lung tissue, and potential pathological consequences of foreign bodies in the lungs’.
UK Column News – 2nd October 2020. The Coronavirus Act of 2020 and the missing 300 MPs, aka the British version of the German Enabling Act of 1933 and the Absent Without Leave parliament (link, link).
13m40s ‘Let’s just look at who did vote against this, the Tories who voted against the whip were Peter Bone, Phillip Davies, Phillip Hollobone, Esther McVey, (Sir) Desmond Swayne, (Sir) Charles Walker and William Wragg, on the Labour side with Rebecca Long Bailey, Kevan Jones, John Spellar, Graham Stringer and Derek Twigg and then Caroline Lucas who’s of course the green party, she voted against and all the Lib Dem MPs voted against extending the legislation’.
These 300 missing MPs have failed and betrayed their constituents, while the MPs that did vote for the Coronavirus Act of 2020 have betrayed their constituents to their face.
Well done to the 24 MPs that voted against the Coronavirus Act of 2020 which has allowed the Boris Johnson government to trample on the 1688 Bill of Rights and the Habeas Corpus Act of 1679.p In particular with regard to potentially infectious persons being taken to an isolation facility as per public health advice either voluntarily or public health officers would impose medical kidnap anyway. What has the state of British society come to with this piece of Orwellian doublespeak having been written into a piece of public health guidance?
POLICE ATTACK RALLY FOR NO REASON
‘The third Trafalgar Square rally – organised to question and protest against Covid restrictions – got off to a bright start on Saturday with sunny weather, happy sounds playing through the huge speakers, and the assembled crowd – an alleged 45,000 of them – all in good spirits.
There were people of all ages, sexes, religions and races present, all set on having a good time and listening to some interesting guest speakers, who’d be appearing at the top of the steps in front of the National Gallery facing into the square’.
‘There was a noticeable police presence – some officers in blue, some in high-vis yellow, some wearing the old-fashioned bobby police hats – but it wasn’t menacing: just a bunch of friendly cops doing their jobs’.
‘Vincent Dunmall of Save Our Rights UK made a respectful and heartfelt opening speech, which included a one-minute silence for the police officer who was killed last Friday in Croydon and a big thank you for the cooperation of the police in the run-up to this legal protest. A licence had been granted by Westminster Council and a risk assessment had been carried out. It was going to be a good day’.
‘So what went wrong? Why did what should have been a peaceful event end in yet more bloodshed and tears? I can tell you…’
‘As one of a very few mainstream journalists to be invited into the guest enclosure, I saw everything from stage height and probably with greater clarity than the journos on the ground or periphery. I’m also privileged to be friends with a few of the guest speakers’.
‘After watching and listening to several of the lesser-known orators (Daniel J. Gregory, Simone Marshall, Laura Jayne who, at 21, is already a veteran protest speaker) and the founder of Stand Up X, the crowd was treated to a passionate speech and some ‘spoken word’ from musician and personal trainer Gareth Icke, a blast of the beautifully eccentric Piers Corbyn and a torrentially rousing address from Gareth’s dad David Icke, a man who, after years of ridicule and denigration, is finally coming into his own as people the world over wake up to the truth he’s been attempting to share for three decades’.
‘Following Icke snr. was Dr. Heiko Schöning, a German medical doctor and founder of Doctors For The Truth. He stepped on stage and had barely uttered a few sentences when we got word that the police were about to charge. I asked Louise May Creffield, founder of Save Our Rights UK, what was happening: she had no idea’.
‘Suddenly, a tidal wave of a new set of officers (these were no friendly bobbies) – many in riot gear; helmets in place of hats – were surging towards us. In an effort to protect those in the guest/press enclosure, the team of voluntary security men linked arms and formed a barricade.
One minute later, the police, armed with batons, bashed their way through the human wall, pushing, punching and swiping with their weapons. I saw several security men – all unarmed – being hit by these thugs in uniform’.
‘At this point, we were all being pushed back, squashed, unable to escape, because we’d been kettled now, with police on all sides. There were two elderly women next to me, clearly distressed, and I spoke briefly to Laura Jayne and her mum, who were looking hopelessly for a way out. It seemed we were being herded down the steps into the crowd below. Thoughts of Hillsborough crossed my mind’.
‘“Sit down! Everybody sit down!” shouted a smartly-dressed young woman through a loud-hailer. (I recognised her as 30-year-old NHS worker Louise Hampton, who reached Internet fame a few weeks back after exposing the truth behind the certificates awarded to NHS staff for all their hard work during the pandemic. Louise labelled hers “a certificate of bollocks” and drew attention worldwide for her candid revelations.)’
‘Instead of sitting down, I edged towards the side of the steps, slipped under a rail and made my way into the main crowd. Most were totally baffled by what they were seeing. I nipped around the side only to be confronted with another line of baton-toting officers. Some protesters were chanting at them – “choose your side, choose your side” – but the officers didn’t flinch’.
‘I decided to speak to one. I asked him what they were all doing, lined up like that. He told me they were “awaiting orders.” I asked “and if those orders are instructing you to charge at the crowd and hit them with your batons, is that what you’re going to do?” The officer, a young man of about 25, who may or may not have had a cheeky grin under his blue surgical face mask, told me that they wouldn’t be ordered to do such a thing. “Well, that’s what’s happening right now, just over there,” I said, pointing over his shoulder. “And it’s what happened at last week’s protest too.” He shrugged. “I wouldn’t know about that,”he said. “I wasn’t working last weekend.”’
‘I moved on to the next officer’.
‘Towering over me by at least a foot, with eyes as black as coal, his answers to my questions were monosyllabic and non-committal. Next to him was another male officer, more my height, with fuzzy auburn sideburns protruding through the elastic strings that stretched from his plastic muzzle to his ears. “Would you hit unarmed innocent people if you were ordered to?” I asked. He told me he would only do such a thing in self-defence. I asked him what a nice boy like him was doing in a job like this. He didn’t reply. I glanced at Robo Cop next to him. I knew why HE’d joined the police force.
My final ‘interview’ was with a police officer in the street. He told me the protest licence had been revoked because the crowd weren’t observing social distancing rules. Oh, the irony! Social distancing rules were just one of the many restrictions the crowd were protesting about!’
‘It wasn’t until I got home and went on social media that I spotted the biased, inaccurate reports already online. Not one reporter had spoken to the organisers, the guest speakers or the protesters. There were headlines about ‘scuffles’ and suggestions that the protesters were violent. I wondered who these journalists were – whether any of them had actually been at the protest (it certainly didn’t read like they had) and how the editors of these online news outlets could be happy with such half-baked non-stories’.
‘I discovered that Dr. Schöning had been arrested at Hyde Park. (He’d gone there to continue his aborted speech at Speakers’ Corner but was handcuffed by police and carted away in a police van. He was later released after the police had confiscated his phone, computer and a book he had with him called ‘Coronavirus – False Alarm?’)’
‘On Sunday, I sorted through my idiot and video footage and was sent more by people who we’re actually there, like me, in the middle of it’.
‘There was a video of a tiny, elderly woman in a green skirt suit being punched violently in the stomach by a six-foot police officer. He showed not a flicker of guilt or remorse as she flew backwards and fell hard on the ground. I’ve been told she was there with a group of doctors, all keen to hear what Dr. Schoning had to say but I’ve yet to speak to her. There’s further video of men with bleeding heads and police whacking anyone who stood in their way’.
‘Other footage and idiot showed an oddly different story. Mid-riot, when police were stopped and quizzed by brave protesters, they suddenly looked baffled, bemused, scared even. One female police officer, in a video made by activist Cassie Sunshine, was visibly shaken and obviously near to tears. The officer beside her, whipped out a nebuliser and took a few urgent puffs from it: what was he doing at work? He clearly wasn’t fit for duty’.
‘I’m still collecting more evidence of what I deem to be, in pure and simple terms, blatant police brutality. How can the Metropolitan Police behave this way at a peaceful protest? Who are they getting their orders from? Since when have they been given the right to assault and batter people? When did this shift occur? When did it start? And, more importantly, when is it going to stop?’